How to Increase Your Energy at a Cellular Level – Nature’s SunshineNature’s Sunshine


Cellular energy is key to health. As we age our physical and cellular energy often declines, which can lead to fatigue, illness, and even weakening of the heart muscle. By increasing your energy at the cellular level, you can help to reduce fatigue, increase stamina, and improve overall health and energy. The mitochondria is the … Continue reading How to Increase Your Energy at a Cellular Level – Nature’s SunshineNature’s Sunshine

Nature and Health


Honey in honeycombs (Photo credit: Wikipedia) I'm a firm believer in natural remedies, I am always looking for natural ways to keep my health, my Doctor posted this on his Facebook page, so I thought I would share it with you all…   Cinnamon and Honey Drug companies won't like this one getting around. Facts … Continue reading Nature and Health

Guest Blogger: Is Having an Ego Good or Bad? By Rolland D Hurley


Is Having an Ego Good or Bad? By Rolley D Hurley As I study the realm of thoughts, beliefs, feelings, and emotions in the psyche of humanity; I have become intrigued by the diverse description and explanation of the human Ego. Although it is found in every one of us, the usual reference has depicted … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Is Having an Ego Good or Bad? By Rolland D Hurley

The Mexico I thought I would never see


href="https://anamericanpointofview.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/20120610-101037.jpg"> My job takes me all over the world, I have the privilege of visiting many countries and making amazing friends everywhere I go. Mexico is no different. Eight months ago I was in Mexico City, not for work, but for a celebration. My good friend was getting married, and I was given the privilege … Continue reading The Mexico I thought I would never see

My Detroit


Augustus Woodward's plan following the 1805 fire for Detroit's baroque styled radial avenues and Grand Circus. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) I’m a Detroiter, I was born in the city, and I love the city. I no longer live in Detroit, I now live about 30 minutes outside of the city, but still consider myself a Detroiter. … Continue reading My Detroit

9 Timeless Leadership Lessons from Cyrus the Great


I found this on the web and thought it would be a good article to share. I hope you enjoy. -------START------ 9 Timeless Leadership Lessons from Cyrus the Great Cyrus The Great (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Forget 1-800-CEO Read. The greatest book on business and leadership was written in the 4th century BC by a Greek … Continue reading 9 Timeless Leadership Lessons from Cyrus the Great

One Good Laugh


  They say that laughter is the best medicine, if that is true, than I should be as healthy as a horse, for I find the funny in the non-funny almost daily. Yet I am not the picture of health, on the outside. I am a tad bit over wright, I wear glasses and take … Continue reading One Good Laugh

The Three Types of Change


All change is not growth, as all movement is not forward. Ellen Glasgow Being interested in and involved in the “Change” industry, I found this quote to be dead on, All too often we tend to think that if we are changing, it must be a positive thing, that we must be growing is some … Continue reading The Three Types of Change

Finding Ourselves in our Past


Albert Einstein Français : portrait d'Albert Einstein (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Every day I remind myself that my inner and outer life are based on the labors of other men, living and dead, and that I must exert myself in order to give in the same measure as I have received and am still receiving. ~Albert … Continue reading Finding Ourselves in our Past

Did Jesus set us up for Failure?


  Jesus H. Christ (Photo credit: angelofsweetbitter2009) "I give you a new commandment: Love one another as I have loved you." (John 13:34) Jesus, after washing the feet of His friends, gave the commandment to love one another as he has loved us, that, my friends, is a hard commandment. The love of Jesus is … Continue reading Did Jesus set us up for Failure?