Cell Phones & Wi-Fi― Are Children and Fertility at Risk?
— not to mention all of us !?
A panel of experts presented a wide range of scientific evidence that electromagnetic radiation from cell phones and other wireless technologies has indisputable biological, health and mental health effects, and are of particular concern for children. Radiation from cell phones and Wi-Fi has already been shown to cause diminished reaction time, decreased brain motor function, social and emotional problems, and inability to focus on complex and long-term tasks in children...
More at : http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/09/21/cell-phone-wifi-radiation.aspx
These are the days of Sukkot-- it is one of the Biblical feasts mentioned in the Torah and one of the most important of the Jewish Holidays. Also known as the Feast of Tabernacles or the Feast of Booths, this appointed Festival is a time to remember when the children of Israel wandered in the wilderness, living in temporary dwellings after they left Egypt. Wherever they are, the faithful may erect tents on the street or countryside and actually live in them for this time. When I was in New York at this time, they were even doing it there, right on the streets of Brooklyn!
Watch what Sukkot is like in Israel today.
On Friday, President Obama signed a law to honor the memories of victims of the 1963 16th street Baptist church bombing, awarding them Congressional Gold Medals. This is Congress’ highest civilian honor , now bestowed posthumously to the four little girls killed in the Alabama church bombing by white supremacists 50 years ago. That moment shocked the nation and became a watershed that spurred on the civil rights movement.
Congressional Gold Medals went to Addie Mae Collins, Carole Robertson and Cynthia Wesley, who were all 14, and Denise McNair, who was 11. The ceremony came five days before the 50th anniversary of their deaths inside the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham.
I'm now watching the 50th Anniversary ceremony at the church in Birmingham on CSPAN.
It is so moving, sweet and sad as well. I wonder what those little girls would be doing now as grown women if they were alive today ... all the missed years for them and their families.
There is so much hate and injustice in the world. And so much bravery, honesty and love too...
May the spiritual virtues prevail and may Spirit's place be reclaimed and restored to its rightful place in human affairs.
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