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OnDoc: People Helping People

I recently wrote about OnDoc, a new company founded in 2018. It offers a timely service in a rapidly growing sector of healthcare. It does so through a simple system that will help me or any subscriber create a residual income by sharing OnDoc with others. In other words, I can create a nice, potentially substantial ongoing income for some…

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Can OnDoc Set Healthcare on a Different Course?

I am no fan of the current healthcare system. It has become a major problem, not only to our physical and environmental health, but to our financial health as well. If you didn’t know better, a case could be made that the intention of the healthcare system is to make people dumb (cognitively impaired), sick, if not kill them, as…

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Choosing Our Words Mindfully

In February 2018, Vitalik Buterin, creator of the cryptocurrency Ethereum, gifted ether valued at the time of $2.4 million to SENS Research Foundation, which was founded by Dr. Aubrey de Grey, author of Anti-Aging. Since the price of an ether was around $800 at that time, that donation lost significant value as part of the overall decline in market capitalization…

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Mindful Thoughtz Change the World

A cascade of amazing, wonderful events have unfolded since Della and I migrated, like refugees from the desert, to the Pacific Northwest last October. But while the verdant environment that we came to and have come to love is the most obvious benefit, it’s not nearly the best of what has happened so far. This move represents a new canvas…

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Creation, Nature, God, Life: No Difference

This commentary began its life as a post on Facebook, but in bringing it to this medium much has been added. Working through my first year (two-plus seasons ~ fall, winter, and spring) in the Pacific Northwest, I am literally *awed* by Nature: its beauty, intelligence, power and grace. It is humbling to see how *little* this great Gift is…

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Does the Government ‘Own’ You?

Have you looked at the meaning of the word government lately? Merriam-Webster’s top definition is: the act or process of governing; specifically : authoritative direction or control. While some have danced around the question of whether the meaning, and by inference, purpose of government is authoritative control of the mind, I’d like to call attention to the question of authority itself.…

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Dr. King’s Take Down: The Void is Now 50 Years Running and Growing… For ALL

SOURCE: Commercial Appeal I can’t say that it was like it happened yesterday, but I do remember the day, April 4, 1968, when the announcement was given to the student body at Lindblom Technical High School, on Chicago’s Southwest side, that Martin Luther King Jr. had been killed. Lindblom was itself in racial transition while I was there from 1965…

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Bitcoin, “Money”, Common Sense and Freedom: A Historic Opportunity

Please take a look at this video. When this talk was given by Andreas Antonopoulus in March 2017, bitcoin had never gone through a “fork”. The price of 1 BTC was under $1,100 and the Market Cap, $17 billion (on its way to $20 billion that he mentions in the talk). Five months later, on August 1, when the fork…

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Las Vegas Shooting: Could the Blockchain Turn the ‘False Flag’ Event Business into a “Bubble”?

For the moment I live in Las Vegas, scene of the latest crime against humanity that is alleged to have been the work of a single man. I took the above picture on Thursday evening, September 28, a scant 72 hours prior to the event that turned Mandalay Bay into the flash point of a heinous crime. I’m not calling…

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Blockchain Evangelism at the 2017 TeslaTech Conference

After getting a few hours sleep I’ll make the 560 drive from Las Vegas to Albuquerque, New Mexico, to attend the Extraordinary Technology Conference, which most know as “TeslaTech”. Each year thousands of people converge on the largest city in the Land of Enchantment to see and hear unconventional, and in some circles, impossible products and discourses from some of…

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Tsunami Conditions for Bitcoin: Preparing to Ride the Wave

As we watch the price of bitcoin and the other cryptocurrencies appear to plummet it’s good to appreciate the opportunity for greater growth that is at hand. This could be called a tsunami condition for which, if we are properly prepared, great profits lie ahead. Said profits would be the secondary benefit when large mass quantities of people migrate into…

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Quiet Reflection: ‘In Dependence’ Day

When “holiday” times come like today, I tend to be in a different state of mind. My take on this “life” narrative has changed dramatically in the past few years. Now, days like the 4th of July, dubbed “Independence Day”, rehash and retrace narratives that are intended to build patriotism, but what exactly *is* “patriotism”? Here’s the dictionary definition: “the…

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Bringing ‘The Debt Age’ to an End

I’ve lost more than my proportional share of bitcoin through various accrual platforms. In my first Steemit post I talked about one that I had high hopes of, called WalletPllus. A month after writing that article, WP went away suddenly, which prompted a reader to remark: “Well WalletPllus was a scam and that makes u????” His inference, that WP was…

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Bitcoin and Cryptos as ‘Value Instruments’

This might sound obvious, nit picky or not important, but bitcoin isn’t money. None of the alt-coins are money. They function like money, but they’re not. They are actually better at being what we think of as “money,” than money is. This insight has been percolating in and around my mind for some time. What to do with it, has…

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Discerning Bitcoin’s Value

A recent story published on Cointelegraph reports a “warning” from Goldman Sachs that bitcoin’s price will turn in a bearish direction once it hits $3,100. This amounts to either wishful thinking, or inside information to a planned “event” (that will be temporary, if it happens at all). While I am still a newbie in the cryptosphere, I’ve been around the…

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Way Beyond Money: The Importance of Bitcoin

I have had quite a bit to say about bitcoin lately, but have taken little time to write. My evangelizing about the coin and its implications has been so constant and intense (for me anyway), that one subscriber on my YouTube channel asked if I had turned it into The Bitcoin Channel. It would have been a fair question (and…

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Bitcoin: The Emergence of ‘New’ Money

For all the actions that humankind has taken to create a devolutionary spiral to the lowest depths of a civilizational abyss (although I’m sure we can go lower if we try), a doorway will always appear that will allow the astute and willing to save themselves from a fate that would befall an obedient, distracted, complacent, stubborn, or unthinking herd. The…

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Life Without Food: A Post Mortem

Since coming off a 20-day, water-only fast on Easter Eve, where my body weight plummeted to 160 lbs, my energy, strength, and outlook continues to grow brighter. However, eating once again was not to be rushed into. The bathroom scale indicated 160 lbs only a few days ago (Sunday). My first “food” intake after almost three-weeks was cold-pressed apple juice. I also…

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Life Without Food: When the Body Says ‘No Mas’

Today, on Easter Sunday, would have represented day 21 of a 40-day fast, but yesterday, the half-way point, at 160 lbs, my body said “no mas.” I have yet to “eat” anything solid. A glass of cold-pressed apple juice, followed up by a fresh blend of unpasteurized orange and pineapple juices, and several cups of vegetable-broth miso soup, was a marvelous feast for…

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