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For the longest while, I had this thing about my voice. It’s a funny thing, because I’ve worked a few customer service positions and it required me being on the phone. Anywho, I decided months ago that I would try something to help me appreciate my voice and started singing karaoke.
Over the weekend, I challenged myself to sing a few songs from artists that I really admire. Are there any fears you would like to challenge with me for the next 30 days? If so, let’s help each other out.
Below are links to some songs I recorded…tell me what you think…be kind. LOL
Covered by: EmRossi and Onetime4life
Covered by: Onetime4life
Al Jazeera English
Addiction is defined as a harmful relationship with a substance or behaviour.
It is commonly associated with smoking, alcohol and drugs. But as a condition it’s difficult to understand.
Do we treat it as a neurological disorder? Or is it a personality trait? And how can we best overcome it, when current treatments for addiction have a relapse rate of about 70 percent?
Dr Farrah Jarral travels to the University of Massachusetts to meet a psychiatrist who is using the power of the mind to overcome addiction.
Sermon: “A Theology of a Struggle” by Matt Chandler
Music: “Quiet” by This Will Destroy You.
Video typography work is by Refresh Ministries.
The adventure of life is to learn.
The purpose of life is to grow.
The nature of life is to change.
The challenge of life is to overcome.
The essence of life is to care.
The opportunity of life is to serve.
The secret of life is to dare.
The spice of life is to befriend.
The beauty of life is to give.
Elizabeth “Liz” Murray is an American inspirational speaker who is notable for having been accepted by Harvard University despite being homeless in her high school years.
What really causes addiction — to everything from cocaine to smart-phones? And how can we overcome it? Johann Hari has seen our current methods fail firsthand, as he has watched loved ones struggle to manage their addictions. He started to wonder why we treat addicts the way we do — and if there might be a better way. As he shares in this deeply personal talk, his questions took him around the world, and unearthed some surprising and hopeful ways of thinking about an age-old problem.