Abraham: A CASE OF COGNITIVE DISSONANCE – Esther & Jerry Hicks

Abraham, speaking through Esther Hicks responds to a question from someone who is having trouble with “Abraham Philosophy”.

Esther & Jerry Hicks are the authors of numerous books based on the Teachings of Abraham and their latest book, “Money and The Law of Attraction”, reached #1 on the New York Times bestseller list.

For over 20 years, Esther has translated blocks of thought from “Non-Physical Source Energy” – which she also identifies as her “Inner Being” or “Soul” – and who refer to themselves in the plural as “Abraham” (no relation to the Biblical figure).

Esther doesn’t use the word “channeling” to describe her process, but understands if others do. For more information, please view our YouTube video entitled “Abraham Explains Who They Are”, or go to http://www.abraham-hicks.com and listen to the audio entitled “Introduction To Abraham”.

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Free Legal Advice For Bands

Interview with Lawyer Sean Simmons @ the Bogo Road Gaol, Brisbane. The interview outlines some of the legal issues connected with band names. Filmed in 2004. Presenter Shifty, Camera Ben Lewis, Editor Simon Tang, Produced and Directed by Steve Sheldon.

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Employment Update for 2009

December 12, 2008 RE: EMPLOYMENT UPDATE FOR 2009 Dear Friends, Clients and Colleagues: Each year brings a new set of laws, regulations and scams. The number of new statutes, ordinances, regulations and case law continue to grow and impose an ever greater burden on businesses, especially small businesses and professional practices. Below is a brief […]

Senators Quiz Kagan on Legal Views, ‘Twilight’

Democrats and Republicans agree that Elena Kagan seems to be on her way to confirmation to the Supreme Court. Republicans have been unable to get her to reveal much about her legal views, or say anything that might threaten her confirmation. (June 30)

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Advice and Answers for Questions. Personal Adviser, Knowledge and Educational Tool

Have Questions? Need Advice? Looking for Assistance with Assignments and Document Editing? Wish to share knowledge, Help People, and earn money? BrainyYack is a Right Place for you… At BrainyYack.com we offer customers a way to have homework questions answered and assignments completed. We offer advice from our advisors all over the world. Our professional […]

The Diverse Food Service Career

The food service industry generally encompasses the places, institutions, and companies responsible for any meal eaten away from home. This industry includes restaurants, school and hospital cafeterias, catering operations, and many other formats. Major foodservice providers include Compass Group, Sodexho, Aramark, and the Crown Group. The companies that supply foodservice operators are called foodservice distributors. […]

Sharia Law Replaces Civil Law in Poor Indonesian Islands – Lewis Simmons

Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/10/24/Lewis_M_Simons_on_Southeast_Asia_The_Next_Front

Lewis M. Simons, journalist and co-author of The Next Front, tells of how Sharia law has supplanted constitutional law in some remote Indonesian islands. The poverty stricken residents have allowed Muslim clerics to collaborate with military and police officials to enforce the Islamic religious law.

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With his co-author, Senator Christopher Bond, Lewis M. Simons, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, argues that Southeast Asia, and especially Indonesia, will be the next hot spot in the war on terror. The authors propose that the U.S., having lost credibility with failed military efforts in the Middle East, deploy “smart power” — civilians — instead of soldiers to defuse anger and create alternatives to violent movements. – Politics and Prose Bookstore

Lewis M. Simons is a freelance writer who won the 1986 Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting. He served as the foreign policy correspondent for Time magazine from 1996 to 1997 and bureau chief in Tokyo for Knight-Ridder Newspapers from 1989 to 1996. He has also been a correspondent for the Associated Press and a reporter for the Washington Post.

Simons is the author of Worth Dying For, published by William Morrow and Company, as well as numerous articles for the Atlantic Monthly, National Geographic, Smithsonian, and the New York Times. He lives in Washington, D.C.

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