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Who Do You Trust?

By DKIdea, published on May 12, 2014 wrong, I don’t know everything and don’t claim to know any more than the next person, but I believe myself to have a small amount of practical sense that I use to reach good reason.

I suppose the opening paragraph is the answer to the question of this post…for me. Who do you trust? I trust myself. I trust I can figure some things out and that in doing so, my decisions will reflect intelligence. Recently I have come to question this ability in others (well…to be honest, this isn’t the first time) when I see so many people still giving trust to entities that have no... (more)

Tags: health, drugs, trust, politicians, corporations, fda, pharmacy, human interest, sheep, gmo

Four Reasons Why You Should Find the Perfect Doctor

By Jessica Socheski, published on Mar 19, 2014


Having the right doctor will also make you more inclined to attend your routine checkups. This makes a regular doctor’s visit less terrifying and more comfortable. Ultimately, this creates a great environment as well as allows you to be proactive when it comes to your health.

3. Trust

When you have a doctor whose health philosophy lines up with your views, it creates a sense of trust. You have now created a relationship between you and your doctor. Not only do you meet regularly, have a personal health plan, and feel more comfortable within a doctor’s office, you... (more)

Tags: healthcare, relationships, doctors, trust, wellness

Are You a Secret Cynic?

By melanie jean juneau, published on Dec 9, 2013

Advent is a time of waiting, waiting in silence, in the dark.

But how do we wait?

Do we wait stoically or with joy?

Do we wait like a child, a child who trusts that his daddy will keep His promises or have life’s disappointments left us jaded and closed off to any spiritual surprises?

Come to think of it, how many of us actually expect anything to happen to us on Christmas morning?

When we are secretly cynical, we will not receive a thing, not a pinpoint of Light and we will cement our cynicism in place for another year.

As we wait, secretly longing... (more)

Tags: children, trust, open, cynical

Living Like A Ferrari

By Randy Mitchell, published on Oct 15, 2013

... plus, demand for this sexy beast is as strong as ever--in this economy, just imagine that.

If a human being could be a, Ferrari, wouldn’t you love being one?

Ferrari’s wouldn’t struggle getting their points across to others because their words would always carry great weight, trust, depth and influence. People wouldn’t hesitate to believe them because of their competitive winning history, superb quality image and stellar reputation. A Ferrari would never lie or play games. He would have nothing to prove. Any celebrities or politicians out there who can match that?

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Tags: broowaha, respect, trust, life lessons, randy mitchell, inspirational blogs, ferrari, life meanings, sons in the clouds

Give Me Dreams to Live Till I Die

By Uttam Gill, published on Jul 25, 2013

...belief convince you…Keep your mind free and say to hell with those beliefs which have acquired the false sense of authority to impose the gross errors of evolutionary judgment and from generations to generations that had had been going on. Burden of conventions can be looked upon with mistrust and why not. Never let the tragic conditions impose over you the draconian impossibilities of life…Life is too precious…life is too short…Life is too meaningful …Life is wonderful and so as you are and your dreams. Outweigh the impossibilities with reasonable generosity to yourself by... (more)

Tags: life, trust, faith, belief, hope, dream

Still I Hold On To Hope....

By Barbara MacDonald , published on Jul 1, 2013

...bless me

So I dream on...

I am a prayer of endless prayers

Quietly I wait looking for this

Sweet redemption to bless my heart

They go unanswered***

Still many prayers were heard and justified

So I pray on...

Often I have trusted a friend

To be betrayed and left weeping

A betrayal to my heart

Scarred with pain***

Still many friends have been true

So I trust on...

I've planted endless seeds

Never seeing them blossom

Becoming feed for the birds

To... (more)

Tags: life, courage, trust, friends, faith, hope, dreams plants

Create A Haven

By Barbara MacDonald , published on Feb 14, 2013

How many times do we feel all alone in this world? I know I am not the only one to have felt a common human state . We may of felt disappointed by someone we loved and trusted, rightfully or wrongfully. It really does not matter, the feelings are there whether rational or irrational. Perhaps we put all our work and resources , energy into making a dream come true. Only to have it blow up and die before our very eyes. Does this mean we then give up? No, I never will give in to hopelessness...I may stumble, but I also know I will rise again when I am ready. This is the commonality... (more)

Tags: life, humanity, trust, faith, surrender, higher power, trials

The one I hates the MOST

By Rahul, published on Dec 13, 2012 usual was the books. There I met him, he became my best friend and now I hate him the most. He came to me, stood beside me, talked to me a lot and it seemed that we both had the same view towards life. I started talking a lot too, about me, about the world around me and how it’s unfair. I trusted him, he listened to all of it silently but little did I know about what he was doing behind my back. I fell for his act of friendship; he is a good actor or maybe I didn’t take the time to notice. When I started to notice, he had a cunning face and it carried an innocent looking smile which ... (more)

Tags: fiction, trust, hate, friend, enemy


By Barbara MacDonald , published on Jun 15, 2012


As you hold me safely in your arms Sorrows of life are floating away Like a bird in flight Free and blessed with serenity Now and always It feels so perfect The ice in my heart has melted Surrendered to love's longing Surrounded by the madness I return to my nest content, safe Peacefully holding what matters Outside of this earthly realm I have in my vision a portal The entrance to a heavenly Perception of true existence Leaving false illusions Buried in lost time Returning to the core Floating, floating, floating Hovering, flickering, fluttering... (more)

Tags: trust, heaven, clouds, safe, surrender, floating

Walking Away From Unhealthy Love

By Randy Mitchell, published on Mar 7, 2012

...but tattered scars both inside and out.

In my novel, Sons in the Clouds I created two male protagonists. One was very fortunate at an early age to meet the woman of his dreams. They shared a special love and bond which stood the test of time no matter what. They loved, played, respected, trusted, and were completely devoted to each other. They were inseparable from their first moments and the chemistry between them was filled with those rare, indescribable ingredients we all dream of experiencing. The other fell hard for the wrong woman. She secretly lied, and stole a great piece of... (more)

Tags: love, relationships, respect, anger, trust, lust, infidelity, randy mitchell, true love, grudges

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