#RIP Malice : : gear +
: : will be available at the WEB SHOP right here REAL SOON !
and we promise the prices will be real good, too.
THE HOMELESS in many cases became 'social cases' when the month's paycheck doesn't come and they are no longer able to work because, to put it nicely, they have become redundant or a little older than is desirable for the workplace. Who is willing to teach new skills to those in these slippery circumstances? You?
...as in "kick 'em to the curb."
...as in "what do we do with the homeless?"
If one has heard these expressions, come along on the journey to be presented here this week; and experience what the humans called 'homeless' are all about.
: : " Neurodiversity "
As Autism Awareness month comes to a close, if there is one concept which needs more exploration it is neurodiversity.
Highly recommended is John Louden's site, http:///.something/
Mr. Louden is an adult living with autism and has devoted his time to learning the research and educating others on Asperger's spectrum and autism. His excellent book, BEHIND THE LOCKED DOOR: Understanding My Life As An Autistic is readily available and a mind-opening read on yet another aspect of how we, as humans, have many facets yet can learn to be inclusive. Sexual diversity? Why not neurodiversity? http://loudenonautism.com/
Take a short hiatus every so often : it is good for the soul, no?
Things that have been going on behind the scenes -
Stay tuned for more as things develop.
Ice Cube brings awareness to Autism with his charity of choice Autism Speaks. Ice Cube’s nephew is autistic, which inspired him to get involved and donate the proceeds from the limited edition Tee’s to autism speaks. Known as one of the founding fathers of gangster rap, this rapper/actor is stay true to hiphop roots. Giving back.
We simply need more of this. Hiphop stars like J Cole who’ve announced to the public their charitable efforts are the few noble warriors we have to look up to. Vets like Ice Cube, who’ve been giving back since the beginning can teach the newer stars a thing or two. Hiphop started as the voice of the people, holding community gatherings, raising money for communities, and bringing mega attention to urban areas that would’ve gotten it had it not been for hiphop. https://theblackmedia.org/2017/03/10/ice-cube-autism-speaks/
ESP, Autistic Children, Remote Viewing, Telepathy And More with Diane Hennacy Powell, MD.
Dr.Powell's research drove her to focus largely on autism, savant syndrome and abnormal brain function, among other things, to support the existence of extrasensory phenomena such as telepathy, remote viewing and ESP.
As a psychiatrist, she has had the opportunity to work with people with all kinds of experiences of consciousness. She found that autistic children demonstrated telepathy to the greatest extent. Because of the differences in their brain function, “they see things more as they are … it’s like they’re getting information in a pure sensory form.”
She is interested in our innate human potential and believes that these children can teach us about that.
Powell also discusses clairvoyance, intestinal chemistry, out-of-body experiences and holograms. As science attempts to unify these phenomena with physics, one theory is that we live in a holographic universe. “Every single part contains the information of the whole.”
Where any interested party can find:
A missing day.
In the land of peaceful awareness Time does not exist and if a day is "lost" here and there we can only believe that is has been used well.
Don't Worry - Be Happy.