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Midnight Angel

Midnight Angel, featuring “Madonna” ensemble, House of Dior, 205/06, fashion designed by John Galliano.

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Angels Landing—a challenge I didn’t try

Where to next?

Angels Landing, Zion National Park Angels Landing is at the top of that cliff. Photo by Victoria Herman

Every now and then my common sense kicks in! Recently it was helped along by a hip that was complaining bitterly (recovered now).

This all happened in Zion National Park when I decided NOT to tackle the 2.5-mile, 5-hour hike to Angels Landing. I mean, seriously, what business did I have scaling a ‘mountain’ that rises almost 1500 feet and includes more than 20 steep, treacherous switchbacks?

Angels Landing, Walk, Zion National Park See that narrow ledge (in the shadow) that runs along the cliff? That’s the walk to Angels Landing. Photo by Victoria Herman

Angels Landing hike, Zion National Park It’s that narrow path along the rocks again! Glad I didn’t try. Photo by Fiona Haddy

The trail, cut into solid rock in 1926, has an especially challenging last half mile. According to one website, that section of the trail is ‘strenuous and lined with numerous sharp drop…

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Decoding the Numbers – Angel Messages

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“A Different Kind of Angel” by Paulette Mahurin


I’m delighted to finally prewsent my own review of this marvellous book. I am a big fan of Paulette who has been on my blog plenty of times and yet, not often enough.

A different kind of Angel
by Paulette Mahurin
is particularly powerful as it is based on a true story. When a brave female journalist infiltrates a women’s asylum in 1887 she finds shocking malpractice and saves the lives of endless women who have been wrongfully institutionalized.
On the way Mahurin details the lives of several ‘inmates’, for many of whom the asylum was the culmination of already horrific lives. The main protagonist being a Jewish woman from Russia who was the sole survivor of her family of the Russian pogrom.
Told in dramatic voice and an affecting manner this is a gripping read that teaches much about history, humanity and the strength of the human spirit. Another…

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Entertaining Angels

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Hebrews 13:2 – Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it

Angels among us

Divine guardians

Servants of the Most High

My heart not hardened

My mind not clouded

Kindness in hand

Love for all

I am a stranger and pilgrim

On this Earth


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The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple (佛牙寺龙华院)

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The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is located along South Bridge Road making it one of the four religious buildings along the same stretch of road, defining once again how multicultural Singapore can be. When it was completed in year 2007, it costs more than SGD $62 million mostly by private donations from many sponsors.

The BTRT is one of the most popular attraction within Chinatown largely possibly due to the rich architecture of Tang dynasty style and possibly due to it’s bright (and Gold!) laden designed interior.

Brief History

Now a relic is defined as “a part of a deceased holy person’s body or belongings kept as an object of reverence.” The “specific Buddha tooth relic” that drives the name of this temple was discovered by Venerable Cakkapala from a collapsed stupa in Myanmar back in the 1980s. Before his death, Venerable Cakkapala passed the tooth to a Venerable Shi…

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Book Review: Pride and Prejudice

Mary Shannon

This week’s book isPride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.  Yes, we are looking at a classic today.  At first, I thought I wouldn’t even review this book, I have been on a classic novel reading streak lately but I didn’t know what else I could add to any review that has ever been done on this book.

Then, I realized, I can add the perspective of a psychic.  How about this – what if all the characters in this book could actually read each other’s auras.  What if they could tell what another person’s character was like based on what their aura colors revealed.  Now, that would change the entire social dynamic of this book – and the world as we know it.

Most of the drama that comes from this book is from people not telling the truth or not just stating how they feel.  There is way…

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‘Blind’ homeless cat regains his sight, then surprises rescuers with his beautiful unique eyes — Positive Outlooks

If you are an animal lover, hearing rescue stories about them might be one of your favorite things. Well, this one will surely tug at your heartstrings, as the feline protagonist in this story surprised his rescuers with something they never imagined they would discover. This is Cotton, a stray cat who had been living…

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253+ EXCLUSIVE Alan Watts Quotes To Blow Your Mind — BayArt

With countless essays, over 25 books, and nearly 400 lectures, Alan Watts quotes will make you more aware of yourself and your world. There are a lot of topics such as the meaning of life, love, death, higher consciousness, the true nature of reality and the pursuit of happiness. Who is Alan Watts? Alan Wilson Watts…

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My Trip To Egypt!

Can’t Wait to Go!

Rosie Culture

Egypt is unlike any place I’ve been before. Flying in, you can immediately see how much of a city it really is as it is packed with stone apartment buildings. We had to catch on to the culture pretty quick here because there’s a lot to learn and a lot to be weary of. I think there are a lot of pros and cons to visiting Egypt. The pros mostly surrounding the history and just how amazing to see things built thousands of years ago. Cons are the way tourists are treated in Egypt – they are mostly treated and seen as a way to get money. The city itself could also use a lot of love, buildings were in disrepair and it didn’t seem like there was any sort of garbage pick up.

It was a huge traveling learning experience and I’m so grateful because we got to see…

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Manifest Your BIGGEST Desire… — Manifest Twin Flame UNION

It seems that we make tolerating our circumstances and succumbing, instead of surpassing, a common way of life. Here’s how to overcome that, expand your realm of possibilities and manifest what you want in life. Even if it’s been difficult in the past. >>>WATCH TODAY’S READING- UNION HAS COME

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A real gift to listen?
Can you listen without thinking of a reply?
Will you give the gift of your presence today?

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