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This is a poem about the awe, mystery, hardships, and blessings of life.

I know it’s a fall morning in Cave Junction, Oregon. My wife and I prepare to walk the dogs, Max and Silas. We live in a gated, retirement community. We look forward to this walk again: comfortable, protected, reliable.

Verdant mountains surround our little neighborhood in the distance. Orange-brown berms with splotches of wild vegetation frame the lower and hill-top streets. Fresh, pine-scented, cool…

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Today, I am worrying about getting my retirement pension finalized through the National Guard. Negative thoughts are challenging me. This article is all about the process of gaining freedom from oppressive thoughts and obsessive thinking.



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Want a Healthier, Happier, more Fulfilled Life?

The Eby Way



(This article will demonstrate five steps to letting go of stress, anxiety, and obsessive compulsive thinking. The author will take you on a journey of emotional recovery.)



Today, I am worrying about getting my retirement pension finalized through the National Guard. Negative thoughts are challenging me. This article is all about the process of gaining freedom from oppressive thoughts and obsessive thinking.



Actually, I am also parked in my Hyundai… Continue

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In my opinion, the first step to overcoming any painful human experience is to share it honestly and openly with people you trust. When you turn on the Light, the darkness must go away. Please read this article about my own personal challenge:

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At 1:57pm on November 21, 2009, Mike Cunningham said…
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Hello Gary,

I manage the Twitter for Internet Marketers Group.

C'mon back to the Twitter for Internet Marketers Group & share your Twitter ID

You missed this, I guess.
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Join the New Twitter Group! Twitter For Internet Marketers. Share your tips on how to use Twitter. Tell us how you use Twitter in your Business. What's your favorite Twitter Client? See information about Twitter clients, applications, web pages, statistics and analysis. Point out Blogs about Twitter and the people who use it. Make Money using Twitter.

Notice: If you do not include your Twitter address in post, as Group Owner

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This is being done to cut down on SPAM in this group.

Oh yes!, This is being done retroactively too. I'm going through the posts and deleting the obvious SPAMMERS. Those who were polite and didn't just plug their product, will remain. But if you haven't posted your Twitter ID, Please DO!

I'm sorry I must delete your post as it doesn't meet these guidelines. Do come back and introduce yourself.

Posts on the main page and in the discussions must have Twitter IDs and be relevant to Twitter. Introducing yourself and your business is of course what Sta.rtUp.biz is all about, but this is not the place for the famous "long Sales Letter."

Most of the members will follow you on Twitter if you follow them, this builds a relationship. They will probably go to your page, and you know every time you post there's a link to that. Many will then investigate your web site too. This is an inquisitive and friendly group.

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At 2:46am on November 21, 2009, Claude Edmond said…
Safari to Nairobi Kenya

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They say once you have been there is always a place for it in your heart! Kenya does have everything to offer; from gorgeous beaches, to luxiouriously forested mountains, African bush land and desert.

When going to the coast, most tourists head off to the simple and definite success of Mombasa, all very well; but not the ultimate African beach experiences.

Mombasa hosts some night life; nothing compared to English clubbing, but definite entertainment- washed down by a couple of Tusker's! It is sometimes difficult to find out about the clubs; the most popular is Mamba beach which one our crew will take you to to enjoy your night life in Kenya along the coastal region.

Pirates- everybody has been there. It's very easy to get too and from clubs; just get a taxi, but watch out for the ones smoking ganja at the same time! Check the price before you drive, and always try to argue it down! Malindi has beautiful beaches, but less nightlife, though there is still plenty to be had.

The hotels of Malindi, Hemingway’s in particular have boasted the likes of Naomi Campbell and Bill Gates, and many others. Most hotels have guards on the beach front of the hotels, but venturing far down the beach after dark, is not entirely to be recommended! If you're doing a package deal, Mombasa is in very close vicinity (close in African terms)

On Nairobi, there are many guest houses and hotels; of varying quality, and price; whichever is best for you. The nightlife is typically African, there are many clubs, try the Simba Saloon, and Pavement- that's where we take our customers to enjoy themselves. I hope most of would like to give it a try you will enjoy your stay in Kenya especially once you have done a safari to our great National Parks.

The one thing you must visit is Nairobi National Park, a national park, that survives in the center of an up and coming (or so they say) city. This park is very special, unlike most small parks, it is not fenced off, and therefore, animals are free to come and go, so the park is very seasonal.

National parks; well you will never be stuck for choice. Game parks- the ones where you go to watch the animals are tourist traps. Watch out for Amboseli (on the border with Tanzania approx. 8hrs drive over potholed roads from Nairobi), being very small, you are guaranteed to see animals, if you can see past the hoards of tourist vans watching as well!

Massai Mara,(approx 5hrs on very potholed roads at times! a definite must! This is a very special park; if not shambolic, it is owned by the Maasai themselves, so unlike other parks there are no regulations as to off road driving, and night time driving; though this is not to be recommended since most animals are so much active at night.

Samburu,(approx 6 hrs again surprise - potholed roads at the last bit to the park!) with the beauty of the Samburu people, combined with the beauty of this exceedingly special park you can't go wrong! For the best game parks it would be nice to combine all of them to give you the insight of Kenya. I would recommend in particular Masai Mara, Samburu, Lake Nakuru National Park and lake Naivasha the home of Hippos .These are the only place where I have seen Lions kill, and the three cats all in the same day! The camps are good too, situated on top of a hill, with nothing but a slope separating you from the out stretching park below.

Kenya from an outward bounds perspective also has alot to offer; a few beach hotels offer you the PaDI course for scuba; you can be taught how to windsurf, indeed almost any waterspout.
Mt.Kenya, is a simple walk up, with many beautiful views! 3 different peaks to choose from, Nellion, Batien, and Lenana, each with superb views!

Well worth it! Of course there is always Mt.Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, for those not satisfied with the second high-test peak in Africa! Though I have to say I believe the views from Mt.Kenya are more spectacular than those to be seen in Mt. Kilimanjaro! Then there is the aberdares, a secluded forest! Well worth seeing, the money raised from the annual Rhino Charge off road contest that has graced the likes of Colin McCrae!), goes towards conservation of Elephants in Aberdares! Also worth it is the ranch of Laikipia, for the ultimate colonial experience; not on the general list of tourist must sees, which is why this place is spectacular!

Pick the time of year you are best suited for- December through to March are the hottest- then the short rains come!

If you go, you cant do all of it at once, but remember, there's always another time! Whatever happens Kenya will take a piece of your heart; if the unspeakable happens, a bitter one. You will always have Kenya in the heart, if you visited and had a good time! "

For more information about the safari packages that will make you feel at home and enjoy your stay in Kenya please contact us at:
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At 2:46pm on May 14, 2009, dan cheadle said…
I read thru your profile, and you seem like the kind of person I would like to build a bridge with. If you can connect with me, or invite me that would be great. Look forward to sharing with you. I also have some cool marketing ideas to share with you. I look forward to hearing from you.
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