Im 50, I found I had HIV , 3 years ago. I take my medication , exercise. Etc but my cd4 seems to have stuck at 144 , will the HIV become aids
In my dreams, my lion is white or invisible, and I call him The Professor as he sometimes shape-shifts. He is never scary or threatening, instead, he is my protector and teacher. He often asks me questions, sphinx-like, to guide me in the direction I should go or help me find the answers I!￣m seeking.
I have started Tribus a week ago , I have experienced few minor side effects like tongue numbness, dizzy, vomiting but it only lasted for 2 days now I am feeling much better than before the only thing I am worried about is permarnent side effects like fat distributions etc but so far so good
I dreamed that I was walking next to a beautiful, huge chestnut horse. As we were getting closer to the stables I saw a man hitting a horse, also a chestnut, the horse was on it!￣s hind legs trying to pull free. Then suddenly the horse lay down on it!￣s side. Blood was flowing from it!￣s side. I was shocked at what I saw and started running towards the stables, shouting at the man to stop and saw that there were 3 horse!￣s lying on their sides with blood streaming out the wounds. When I reached the horses I was relieved to see that they were stil alive and that I could still help them. Then I woke up.
Your books have meant a lot to me and I reflexively found myself jumping to your defense on the Sweeping Zen website. As a childhood victim of therapists and their big pharma masters the language of her article really bothered me. I railed against her in the comments section as childishly as any zen teacher. I think the big question for me is, is there any benefit to practicing buddhism? It all seems pretty pointless to me. I!￣ve seen no evidence that long-time practitioners are any happier or wiser than anyone else and they kind of seem ill-suited to help anyone else. Anyone else finished with this sad theater? Who says there has to be answers anyway?
Adentrarse en el magico juego de David Garrett, las emociones surgen , el coraz¨Rn reconoce, sumergidos en un mar tempestuoso, como en aquellas olas que regresan tranquilas , van y vienen despues de la tempesta. He recorrido un largo camino de amor por la Muscia, m¨¢s convencidad, que no existe la musica en si misma, Si bien la musica Cl¨¢sica es y ser¨¢ , la raiz !-. David Garrett, ha tomado esas raices, las ha dejado crecer y su ramas se bifurcan, su frutos son el milagro de poder combinar de una forma causi insondable , la justa envotura que une lo Cl¨¢sico con el resto de todas aquellas composiciones, melodias, que nostalgicamente, nos trasnporta a un nuevo Universo, Una nueva Raiz!- un despertar glorioso, digno y significativo!-. la recreaci¨Rn, el placer que tan s¨Rlo un cora!azon abierto, un alma en pie, un espiitu elvado, nos permite ser parte y artifice de su mundo. Su Musica es para todos , no existe edad, ni fronteras, ni ideologias!-. Un viaje a su universo, no declina, nos lleva a navegar con ¨|l, dejandonos al finalizar en playas tranquilas, con las emociones empapadas de sus notas!-. gracias !!!!
Transit TV generated very little revenue for Metro ¨C maybe the cost of a bus a year. I would rather pay an extra five or ten cents per trip than listen to that annoyance. Good riddance, even if I did enter a contest occasionally.
Wow! What a beautiful performance with Trace Adkins on CMT Country Christmas. And you are GORGEOUS!
I!￣ve started taking Atroiza in March,I always have this burning sensation in my feet every morning. Is this going to pass
I am sorry but we are based in the UK and I don!￣t have knowledge of individual doctors in India.