Praying for the Cure: A Powerful Prayer Guide for Comfort and Healing from Cancer

Praying for the Cure: A Powerful Prayer Guide for Comfort and Healing from Cancer

Praying for the Cure: A Powerful Prayer Guide for Comfort and Healing from Cancer

Prayer opens worlds of possibilities—but many people still struggle to pray. Praying for the Cure will help you pray, by offering solid biblical reasons to talk to God and specific prayer starters to guide you in prayer for healing from cancer.  A brand-new entry in Barbour’s Shiloh Run Press lineup, this comforting and encouraging book includes topics such as: His Will, His Grace, His Mercy, His Voice, His Timing, His Provision, His Presence, and His Glory. Written by Mary J. Nels

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Title: Physiological mysteries and revelations in love, courtship and marriage : an infallible guide-book for married and single persons, in matters of the utmost importance to the human race
Year: 1845 (1840s)
Authors: Becklard, Eugène Howard, Philip M Guierson, James
Subjects: Sex Education Sexual Behavior Masturbation
Publisher: New York : Holland & Glover
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ng theloins with nettles. I have likewise heardhigh praise of electricity. But I have nodoubt that the Lucina cordial is a moreeffective remedy in the premises, than allothers put together. Uterine Septem.—When conception hastaken place, the membranes produced inthe uterus form a bar to the descent of anysubsequent flow of the prolific fluid, so thata female cannot conceive twice, unless, in-deed, the act be consummated twicein the same day, before the membraneHas had time to form. This is anaxiom not to be interfered with, bj thefact that twins are not always born at thesame time 12S BECXLARDS PHYSIOLOGi. Leucorrhaa.—There is nothing so goodfor leucorrhcea in advanced age, say fromforty and upwards, as emetics, sea-sickness,and change of dimate, and afterwards totone the stomach with some nutriticu*stimulant. Seminal Flux.—When produced bylocal causes inherent in the body maybe cured by severe exercise, purgatives,and low diet; but marriage is the onlycertain and lasting remedy

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CHAPTER XI The art of Coutship—Remedy for Love 8fc.Marriage being the natural state of sociallife, and the only one in which human be-ings can be really settled, and content, thescience of obtaining partners should bewell understood, not only as relates to thechoice of form and quality, but also themode of ingratiating ourselves into thefavor of those who take our affections cap-tive, or whom we may think so constitutedas to be capable of making us happy Andyet this science—for it were doing it injus-tice to distinguish it by a less imposing title—is but very imperfectly understood by themass; a fact which occasions millions andmillions of unhappy marriages; for men andwomen, for the most part, not being able toobtain the objects of their desires, and whichthey had set their hearts on, take what theycan get in despair,and are therefore but rarelysuited according to their wants, and I might^most add their necessities.9 130 beckxards physiology Did men know how to go about makingl

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This series of photos shows the Orion Exploration Mission 1 (EM-1) Crew Module (CM) heat shield skin being loaded into the Super Guppy after processing at Lockheed Martin Space Systems in Sunnyvale, California.

After loading, the Super Guppy departs, returning the heat shield skin to Lockheed Martin’s Denver facility for additional work.

The composite skin was laid up at a Lockheed Martin facility in Denver, Colorado, and was transported to Lockheed Martin’s Sunnyvale facility to be cured in its autoclave. Ablative material similar to that used in the Apollo program will be applied to the heat shield skin, and the heat shield will be completed in the Fall of 2016.

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Title: The American flora : or history of plants and wild flowers : containing their scientific and general description, natural history, chemical and medical properties, mode of culture, propagation , &c., designed as a book of reference for botanists, physicians, florists, gardeners, students, etc.
Year: 1855 (1850s)
Authors: Strong, Asa B
Subjects: Plants Plants Wild flowers Medicinal plants
Publisher: New York : Hull & Spencer
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empirics, birt hasnow so far fallen into disrepute as to have been discarded from generalpractice, and no longer holds a place in the officinal catalogues, and iseven suspected to possess dangerous properties, like most other plantsof this order. It has been considered as a diuretic, diaphoretic, andanti-scorbutic, and was formerly in high repute and extensively used inthe cure of jaundice, and was said to have been beneficially employedin small-pox to promote the eruption; it was also used in measles andscurvy, and externally as a vulnerary. Culpepper, in the year IGIO,speaks very highly of the Columbine, and mentions several caseswhere he has applied it with success, prepared as a lotion, in cynanchetonsillaris, and cynanche trachealis; one drachm of the seed, taken inwine, has been found good in hepatitis, icterus, and various chronicbilious affections. In Spain this plant was highly esteemed, and formany years was considered as the great panacea for the ills whichflesh is heir to.

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NAT. ORDER MultisUiquce. PJEOmA OFFICINALIS COMMON PEONY. Class XIII. POLYANDRIA. Oldei II. DiGYNIA. * •■ Gen. Char. Calyx five-leaved. Petals five. Styles none. Cap-sules many-seeded. Spe. Char. Leaves double pinnate, sub-lobed. Leaflets oblong, vein-ed underneath. The root is perennial, large, knobby, externally brow^n, internallywhite, and compact; the stalks rise from two to three feet in height,which are thick, smooth, succulent and branched; the leaves are pin-nated, or cut into lobes, which are oblong and few, terminated by anodd one; the flowers terminal, solitary and red; the calyx is com-posed of five unequal, ovate, concave leaves; the corolla generallyconsists of five large petals, which are roundish and concave; the fila-ments are about thirty, which are short, slender, and supporting ob-long quadrangular anthers; germens two, ovate, hairy, and erect;styles none; stigmas hooked; capsules two, which are hairy, oblong,inclining outwardly, single-celled, single-valved, a

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Title: A System of natural history : containing scientifci [sic] and popular descriptions of man, quadrupeds, birds, fishes, reptiles and insects
Year: 1834 (1830s)
Authors: Gould, Augustus A. (Augustus Addison), 1805-1866 Cuvier, Georges, baron, 1769-1832 Stark, J. (John) Wetmore, Alexander, 1886-1978, former owner. DSI Bishop, Louis Bennett, former owner. DSI
Subjects: Zoology Animals
Publisher: Boston : Carter, Hendee, & Co. Brattleboro’ [Vt.] : Published by Peck & Wood
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wohundred yards of it: in her they sometimes find a more formidable enemythan in the male, although much inferior in point of size and strength, butmore subtle and crafty ; their bite is difficult to heal, and the Llanero think. a wound from a jaguar a great disgrace ; so much so, that a young aspirantfor the title of guapo, who had the misfortune of being wounded in a ren- 188 MAMMALIA—TIGER…P ANTHER. contre, was so much ashamed of acknowledging it, that he suffered a morti-fication sooner than expose the wound, although he was well aware thewomen possessed a salve that would cure him. THE BLACK TIGER.i This animal is a native of South America, and is generally considered asa very ferocious and destructive beast. It is about the size of a heifer of ayear old, and is entirely of a deep brownish black color on the upper parts,and of a pale gray, or whitish hue underneath ; the upper lip and paws arealso whitish, but the tail is of the same dusky appearance as the body. THE PANTHERi

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IlESEMBtEs the tiger in its habits, and the leopard in its skin. Like thetiger, it has an insatiable thirst of blood, and an untamable ferocity;like the leopard, its skin is spotted, but is less beautiful than the skin ofthat animal. It seems, in truth, only a large variety of the leopard. Thepanther is usually more than six feet long, independent of the tail, whichis about three feet in length. In Africa, one was killed by Major Denham,Avhich was more than eight feet in length. His hair is short, sleek, andmossy, and his color is, in general, of a bright tawny yellow, elegantlymarked Avith black spots, disposed in circles of four or five each, with asingle spot in the centre : his chest and belly are white. He has short andpointed ears, fierce and restless eyes, a strong, harsh cry, and a savageaspect. So rapid are his movements that few animals can escape him, andsuch is his agility, that he climbs trees in pursuit of his prey, and is sureof seizing his victim. The flesh of animals

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This morning I am writing to breathe. I am in survival mode.

Like too many mornings recently, I feel in the early hours of the day, my heart slowing down. I am not kidding, I feel like it wants to stop. This morning, something kicked me out of bed. I was still sleepy, I didn’t want to go outside but something pulled me by the neck at 6 am and threw me outside. It is our national day today and Geneva was waking up after last night’s summer festivities. While some were looking for their car keys, others were cleaning up the piles of rubbish that the crowd shamelessly left behind. It was a stinky morning and an ugly one too. I went to a jetty on the lake, where I sometimes go to meditate and I waited for the sun to rise. I shot a couple of pathetic photos. I thought that I told myself to stop shooting sunrises. For one reason, some thoughts never leave your head.

My entire life has been falling apart for too long now. I survived cancer in 1999 and ever since have been living half of the meaningless life I had before. It’s like breathing with one lung. Last year, I fell in love, in fact, four years ago I fell in love but I only had the courage to declare my feelings last year. I never thought I could have feelings in that way. I was deeply connected, inspired and felt alive. But eventually that also fell apart for ridiculous reasons. It left me with blame, painful silence and a feeling of guilt. I even lied to help the other person free herself from the situation, I told her that I wasn’t in love anymore and she left without looking back. It’s been forty-three days now and as painful as it is, it shouldn’t be the reason that my heart should slow down. I believe that your mind can kill you if don’t learn how to tame it. Mine is killing me softly, slowly, surely, like it tried to twelve years ago.

I can’t tell the entire story because it is just dead boring and so fucking common. It’s just another love affair that ends badly. But yet, every common story is not so for the person who lives it. With ego, pride and narcissism added, it even becomes the top story of your daily journal. And nobody gives a shit, so you promote it with pain, anger, sorrow and the entire toolkit of human bullshit emotions. I believe this is one reason artistic expression exists, because we have forgotten how to love. We seek for it everywhere in the shiny castles we build while we all host a temple inside us, open to share, closer to us than our own face.

You see, I never had the guts to free the artist in me, I even hate the word artist to begin with. But for some reason lately, photography and writing have relieved my depressive state more than usually. I strongly believe that I have a biological disorder of some sort that sometimes brings me close to insanity, but I refuse medication and have found creation to be the better cure if only I practice every day.

Today would have been a normal shit-day if my ex-love didn’t commit an acte-manqué by SMS. When I saw her message, joyfully positive and intended to someone else, I stumbled. I mean I really did. I felt pain in my bone marrow. I cried. I thought I was stronger but I am not. I’m a human being and I feel naked right now.

I must sound like a pathetic teenage girl weeping after her first love ditched her by SMS, but I’m 42 and for the sake of my mental health, I need to write this down here, now. I feel free to do it because this is a free world and no one will judge me right? One day I will write more seriously about cancer. I will share every detail, every feeling, every pain and every joy, but I can’t yet because twelve years is like yesterday.

I hate the internet. I love the internet. I used to share a lot with a close group of friends who have now turned their backs on me. I still don’t understand why because the chickens never had the guts to tell me. My only explanation is that I don’t fall in to the conventions, I don’t conform to what normal relations are defined to be in this sick world. I feel punished for being honest, for not cheating, for not playing a role and for sharing my opinions even if they are ugly. People always want to put you in a box named "pretty", "envy", "desire", "fame", "comfort", "recognition", "Me likes you"… you name it. The box is paved with mirrors so they can better see how good they feel at first. They put conditions to your relationship with them. If you don’t comply, if their subjective values are not met, you are simply nexted and you are concealed as a virtual zombie. They block you in real life, demote you online, but keep lurking on you, thinking that you can’t see them from where they are hiding. For one thing, I can tell that conformism and nonconformism share the border of intolerance.

So, now, instead of letting my mind and the internet kill me, I must find a way to commit some form of internet-sepuku. The net does not allow you to be real because it is simply not real. It gives you the illusion of sharing and being part of a connected world but it is only a fool’s paradise. I am not denying the net at all, it’s a great tool and I will continue to post on flickr and other sites starting with my own. I am just saying that it is causing me pain right now because I see too many selfish people, fallacious photographers, dumb coders, sick personas, delusive happiness and all this and more is stealing my relationship to the nature of being. Even this stupid message will never tell you who I am, it will only help you build or consolidate your beliefs about me. And where lies belief, you will never be loved. I am not writing this to find any kind of empathy, I am doing this because myself, I haven’t pulled the plug from my illusions yet and need to picture them in one way or another. This is how I breathe for now and at the least I feel better. Thank you for asking.

Today I received a kick in the butt that hurt like a stab in the back. I see it like unexpected help from the person I love and hate the most. Only, my vision is blurred and I don’t know if this person lives in the past, the present or the future. All I know is what I can see with my eyes and touch with my hands; all I know is that I need to take action for my life and for the others in my life, those who care, who share, who are there, may you be more. Today I realize that I misspelled the word you again.

This, for sure, was not meant to make me shoot another boring photo of a Swiss sunrise on national day.

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The stop signs are a part of an art exhibit in False creek.
The cancer part on each sign was added after.
My mother was a breast cancer survivor and the world needs to be more aware of the impact to family and friends of those who suffer or have passed.
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Author: Owen, Charles, d. 1746
Title: An Essay Towards a Natural History of Serpents: in Two Parts. I. The First Exhibits a General View of Serpents, in Their Various Aspects; Such As Their Kinds, Bulk, Food, Motion, Propagation, Coverture, Colours. In Which Is Inserted a Short Account of Vegetable, Mineral, and Animal Poison, Particularly That of the Serpent; and Its Cure in Various Nations; Where Also the Serpent Is Used As Food and Physick. II. The Second Gives a View of Most Serpents That Are Known in the Several Parts of the World; Described by Their Various Names, Different Countries, and Qualities. Illustrated with Copper-Plates, Engraved by the Best Hands. III. To Which Is Added a Third Part; Containing Six Dissertations Upon the Following Articles, As Collateral to the Subject. 1. Upon the Primeval Serpent in Paradise. 2. The Fiery Serpents That Infested the Camp of Israel. 3. The Brazen Serpent Erected by Moses. 4. The Divine Worship Given to Serpents by the Nations. 5. The Origin and Reason of That Monstrous Worship. 6. Upon the Adoration of Different Kinds of Beasts by the Egyptians, with Divers Instances of the Same Stupidity in Other Nations. The Whole Intermix’d with Variety of Entertaining Digressions, Philosophical and Historical. By Charles Owen D.D. London: Printed for the Author. Sold by John Gray, at the Cross-Keys in Poultry, near Cheapside, M.DCC.XLII.
Imprint: London : Printed for the Author, sold by J. Gray, 1742.
Physical Description: 1 print : engraving ; plate mark 230 x 170 mm on leaf 25 x 19 cm.
Page: Plate 4, interleaved p. 86-87.
Call Number: QL666 .O6 O97 1742 Rare Book

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