8 Reasons Why You Need to Read

Is your hectic daily life robbing you of a more fulfilling and enriching life?   There’s a simple solution to get on the road to better health and overall improved well-being. It’s simple; just start reading. Reading is essential, and its value can’t be overestimated for both adults and children. It might quickly help you…

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Why you need music in you life

“Everything in the universe has a rhythm, everything dances.”–Maya Angelou Music is almost like breathing to help us stay well, happy, and inspired. You all may have some life experience that gave you a love of music. For me, I’ve always loved music. But one life experience I had was when I worked at a…

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3 GREAT NATIVE AMERICAN LIFETIME STARS IN PROFESSIONAL ATHLETICS

Native Americans spent much of their early history playing games. However, Native games are more than just games. They build body and spirit through exercise, which all age groups play —children, youth, and adults. Many games have roots in ancestral tests of strength and sport that reinforced group cooperation and sharpened skills in often hostile…

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3 Native American arts still inspire and recharge us

If you ever noticed, the countless rock and cave paintings dominate the American Indian culture. You realize that Native Americans have contributed to the arts in many different moods and mediums.            For example, it is the buffalo’s role in the lives of the American Indians, and they depicted the grand…

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How Native Americans Can Help Us Save and Honor the Earth

Ideas for sustainability and creating our best ways to live it helps to look to the Native Americans. They have loved and cherished the earth for centuries. The following Ute Prayer says it best.     Earth, Teach Me…. Native American Quote Earth teaches me quiet ~ as the grasses are still with new light.…

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Why do authors like trains? Here are some exciting discoveries.

“I like trains. I like their rhythm, and I like the freedom of being suspended between two places, all anxieties of purpose taken care of: for this moment, I know where I am going.” Stasiland: Stories from Behind the Berlin Wall by Anna Funder       Jessica Gross delves into why writers like trains…

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