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  • 3). Expressions of Sympathy  By : Matthew W. Grant
    Even the most talkative and eloquent among us are often at a loss for words when it comes to helping people deal with the death of someone close to them. We want to express our sympathy, our sharing of their feelings, but we don't know how to do it. Words can be comforting, but they're also fleeting. So we turn to more tangible expressions of sympathy.
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  • 5). The Heart of Grief  By : Sammy
    Hospice patients come to our care after being cut, burned, and poisoned. Surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation treatment are the normative methods of care for most of the patients who enter a life-threatening disease. Hospital staff members are trained to be aggressive about curative care. Hospice care is a phase of care whereby aggressive treatment is no longer appropriate.
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  • 11). Should We Fear Death?  By : David Snape
    Death is not something that many people want to think about. However, death is a part of living a human life. At least, our current level of science and technology acknowledges that death is inevitable. Is death something to be afraid of or is death something to look forward to? The answer may depend on who you talk to. Aside from the obvious religious.
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  • 12). The Senses of Soul  By : Sammy
    Have you ever had a sense that there is more to something than what appears on the surface? As a child, you may have walked by a pond and picked up a pebble. Then, energy grew inside you directing your mind to send signals within you and pick up this rock with your hand. As your mind, body, and spirit united, a coordinated effort took place resulting in a thrust of energy tossing this rock into this pond.
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  • 13). History Of The Traditional Funeral Service  By : Chad Wiley
    In Western Europe and most western countries the funeral ritual begins with the washing of the corpse, and the dressing of the body in the clothing suitable for burial. It is far less common now to have the body embalmed, changes in fashion and technical advances in the design and building of coffins as made embalming less popular.
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  • 21). The Day the Music Died – 911  By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
    The rest of the world is puzzled by this sudden “about face” in the care for human rights. The terrorists and our former allies should get a copy of an American history book. We haven’t forgotten 911, and we are not “sheep.” Part of our culture is warm and loving, while another part of our culture is decisive, bold, militaristic, and wants immediate retribution.
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  • 22). Understanding the Risks of Liposuction  By : Ricardo de Silva
    Liposuction is one of the more popular plastic surgeries given the heft of most Americans. As with any surgery, there are risks you should understand Understanding the Risks of Liposuction When you decide on having liposuction, or any plastic surgery, there are many factors that should go into your decision to proceed. What procedure to have done, where to have the surgery performed, which doctor to choose for your surgery and the result you can reasonably expect should come into play.
    Article Related to: plastic surgery, cosmetic surgery, liposuction, lipo, risks, death, complications, side effects

  • 23). The Gladiators – From History To Movies  By : Richard Monk
    The movie Gladiator was very entertaining and certain raised the profile of gladiators. The question, however, is whether the movie accurately portrayed these warriors. The Gladiators – From History To Movies In history, there are few topics that are more interesting than the gladiators of Rome. From the very start, these people who thrust into battle with other men and many different animals have interested historians and the public at large.
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  • 25). This Experience Called Life!  By : Sharon Marquart
    Life is what happens between birth and death. We all have about 80 years to experience this journey called life. This is one of many articles and thought provoking topics explored by Sharon Marquart and the Living at YES program. Sign up for free teleclasses by Sharon at
    Article Related to: life, death, choice, karma, destiny, perception


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