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Hello Followers,

Hooray, it’s the weekend again! Have you dreamed about this day coming?? Dreams are those elements of our life which fill it with the pleasant expectation of change. It’s better to live dreaming about something and believing that sooner or later your dreams will come true.


Don’t be afraid of being a dreamer. Be honest with yourself, say “I’m a dreamer” and enjoy chasing you’re the most intimate ambitions!

No matter what others say about your thoughts, you should always believe in your dreams!

Who usually makes different discoveries? Those who do dream about opening new things!

What people are able to change the world? Ordinary people, who have a strong desire to do this! Always remember that the so-called American dream was only a dream for somebody, but the reality for others!


If you believe you can, you will. Stay focused on what you want to happen. And don’t lose sight of the goals ahead. You are never alone when you have others who believe in you. Borrow their faith in you if yours is running low.

When you think you can’t take another step, someone will help you find a way; even if they must carry you for a while. And always remember only by believing in your dreams will you ever know what you are capable of achieving. Only by believing in yourself will your dreams come true.

So, reach down deep inside, bring them out and make them come to life. By Elizabeth Ann Nichols

Yesterday, Dan and I decided to split up the time by part of the time on a treadmill and then walk around our neighborhood. Look what I found💐

Did you do your walking? I know some will say they do not have enough time with work, kids and house hold chores!!! Dan and I have put together videos from WALK AT HOME together on our website, that you can follow in home; when you have short periods of time and unable to go out.

They are from 15 mins up to 30 mins depending on the miles. This is one of the first steps to making your cells happy!!

Also, meditation videos, to lower stress and is also one of the first steps to making your cells happy; click on Again, they are no more than 10 to 20 mins and they are guided meditations.

We are still working on Qigong video’s to be posted on the website for easy access, until now you can go to the blog and on the right-hand side are hash # tag words, just click on the word #walk #Qigong #meditation. The post will pop up and then you can begin. Have fun with it!

Have you been keeping your body cells happy! Each type of cell in the human body is specially equipped for its role. Cells of the digestive system, for instance, are vastly different in structure and function from cells of the skeletal system. Cells of the body depend on each other to keep the body functioning as a unit. There are hundreds of types of cells, but the following are the 11 most common.

This week I have already gone over seven of the most common cells; stem cells, bones cells, blood cells, muscle cells, fat cells, skin cells and nerve cells. Today I will post on the eighth most common cell, which is endothelial cells.

Endothelial cells form the inner lining of the cardiovascular system and lymphatic system structures. They make up the inner layer of blood vessels, lymphatic vessels, and organs including the brain, lungs, skin, and heart. Endothelial cells are responsible for angiogenesis or the creation of new blood vessels. They also regulate the movement of macromolecules, gases, and fluid between the blood and surrounding tissues as well as help manage blood pressure.


Pull on a pair of running shoes and head out for a jog. It doesn’t matter how far you go or if you have to walk for most of it. Take a pair of headphones along if you feel more comfortable listening to music, or just take in the sounds around you. It will feel like an achievement, however; long you run for and by going solo. You can set the pace and choose a distance that suits you.

Alone time is when I distance myself from the voices of the world, so I can hear my own. By Oprah Winfrey

As I continue to be re-reading my book that I wrote four years ago; it’s a personal journey of my everyday experience with treatments that I received in Mexico. In relations to the current series of BELIEVING, entry 1-19-11; «·´¨*·. ¸¸. CANCER, THERE IS HOPE«·´¨*·. ¸¸.

The days are moving fast. Time is not standing still. Yesterday was my birthday and I spent it getting a port placed in my chest. I wanted to say thank you to my family and friends afar for the wonderful wishes; they meant so much to me.

As I lay in bed thinking, with plenty of time, I've been able to express in writing why I decided to do this treatment. I had seen several people in my life die of cancer…my father, aunts, uncles, mother-in-law, other family members and friends. They had surgery and chemo with radiation and I was there to watch the side effects, and it became so overwhelming. As a child, I saw my dad battle this nasty illness and asked myself why?


YOUR DREAMS MAY BE CLOSER THAN YOU THINK. Positive thinking opens the door to miracles. #dreams #closer #think #positive #opens #door #miracle

Now I inherited this disease and knew that I did not want to use traditional methods of treatment, so my husband did research and we found this method. I have a daughter, sisters, and friends and I would like them to realize there are other treatments out there for cancer and that cancer is not a bad word. There is hope. We need to visualize. We can get better without poisons in our bodies.

Today as I start my treatment, I honor two of my inspired loved ones who died: my father and my mother-in-law. I wish to take a moment of silence for your special ones that passed away from cancer; a prayer goes out to them.

Tomorrow I will explain the treatment I was given. Until next time, be safe.

This is the time to get ready for food and remedies that heal; alchemy of herbs. Are you ready for this, HOLY BASIL -GINGER JULEP? This is a recipe by Emily Han, who is the author of Wild Drinks & Cocktails. Here is what Emily says about this recipe, “Holy basil or tulsi has a peppery, spicy taste that brings complexity to a cocktail. She emphasized the herb’s warming qualities by pairing it with ginger to make a honeyed syrup that’s fantastic in a julep. For an even more peppery drink, substitute rye whiskey for the bourbon.

If you have only dried rather than fresh holy basil, you can still make this recipe. Simply substitute the springs of fresh holy basil for fresh mint and proceed to make the Holy Basil – Ginger Syrup with your dried holy basil.


1 sprig fresh mint

1 sprig fresh holy basil

1 ½ tablespoons Holy Basil – Ginger Syrup (tomorrow’s recipe)

½ tablespoons fresh lemon juice

¼ cup bourbon

Sprig of fresh holy basil or mint for garnish


1. Muddle the mint sprig, holy basil sprig, Holy Basil – Ginger Syrup and lemon juice in a julep cup or tall glass

2. Fill the glass with crushed ice and pour the bourbon over the ice.

3. Garnish with the remaining holy basil sprig.

4. Enjoy

Until Saturday, dreams can become a reality when we possess a vision that is characterized by the willingness to work hard, a desire for excellence, and a belief in our right and our responsibility to be equal members of society. Keep on dreaming!!


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