theafrosistuh:

sunsetchasingsunsets:

madriche:

wordsaretimeless:

slimmcharles:

It would of been nice if the man who discovered and created the cure would have been credited. Canadian Rick Simpson is responsible for discovering this cure and in this tutorial he shows, step by step, how he makes the above mentioned effective, cancer fighting hemp oil.After trying to bring awareness to the Canadian government about the beneficial properties of the hemp oil, Rick’s home was raided by the RCMP and New Brunswick police seizing all of his plants, materials and existing hemp oil. 


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bruh…

Wow. It’s time to start questioning why we’ve been lead to believe that chemo is the best and only form of treatment for cancer.
There’s a film on Netflix called Burzinsky, which I encourage everyone to watch. I’ll summarize below:
Stanislaw Burzinsky has developed a non-toxic cancer treatment, and has had to fund his own clinical trials because for the last 20 years, he’s had to fight roadblocks and lawsuits from the FDA. They acknowledge that his drugs, at a minimum, do no harm, but claim he’s violating laws against interstate drug trials. Bla bla bla…
The relationships between the drug companies, the FDA, and large fundraising orgs like LiveStrong and Komen are incestuous. Not a cent of those nonprofit dollars goes to treatments like these. Despite all the funding and research that’s been done, cancer treatment hasn’t changed much in the last few decades. Isn’t that odd? We’ve made all of these advances in medicine, and we’ve spent all this money, specifically on cancer. But the treatment has hardly evolved.
Drug companies PAY the FDA to perform clinical trials, which creates an obvious conflict of interest. The FDA determines which drugs are worthy of trials, how long they’ll last, how many people have to participate, etc., etc.
And this is why I, personally choose to no longer contribute to any major cancer org. Because I’m only contributing to a “sickness system,” one that need to keep us ill in order to profit.
Sorry for the rant, but this kind I information needs to be known.

WOW. WOW. WOW. WOW.

theafrosistuh:

sunsetchasingsunsets:

madriche:

wordsaretimeless:

slimmcharles:

It would of been nice if the man who discovered and created the cure would have been credited. Canadian Rick Simpson is responsible for discovering this cure and in this tutorial he shows, step by step, how he makes the above mentioned effective, cancer fighting hemp oil.

After trying to bring awareness to the Canadian government about the beneficial properties of the hemp oil, Rick’s home was raided by the RCMP and New Brunswick police seizing all of his plants, materials and existing hemp oil. 

bruh…

Wow. It’s time to start questioning why we’ve been lead to believe that chemo is the best and only form of treatment for cancer.

There’s a film on Netflix called Burzinsky, which I encourage everyone to watch. I’ll summarize below:

Stanislaw Burzinsky has developed a non-toxic cancer treatment, and has had to fund his own clinical trials because for the last 20 years, he’s had to fight roadblocks and lawsuits from the FDA. They acknowledge that his drugs, at a minimum, do no harm, but claim he’s violating laws against interstate drug trials. Bla bla bla…

The relationships between the drug companies, the FDA, and large fundraising orgs like LiveStrong and Komen are incestuous. Not a cent of those nonprofit dollars goes to treatments like these. Despite all the funding and research that’s been done, cancer treatment hasn’t changed much in the last few decades. Isn’t that odd? We’ve made all of these advances in medicine, and we’ve spent all this money, specifically on cancer. But the treatment has hardly evolved.

Drug companies PAY the FDA to perform clinical trials, which creates an obvious conflict of interest. The FDA determines which drugs are worthy of trials, how long they’ll last, how many people have to participate, etc., etc.

And this is why I, personally choose to no longer contribute to any major cancer org. Because I’m only contributing to a “sickness system,” one that need to keep us ill in order to profit.

Sorry for the rant, but this kind I information needs to be known.

WOW. WOW. WOW. WOW.

(Source: stardustamity)

wattlebirdblog:

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Twenty Five Projects to Help You Survive the Zombie Apocalypse from Babble here. Big roundup of links to DIYs like how to build a compass with a few common items for kids, the everlasting Crisco candle, and paracord jewelry to name a few.

Guys, I think I’ve found my calling…

wattlebirdblog:

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Twenty Five Projects to Help You Survive the Zombie Apocalypse from Babble here. Big roundup of links to DIYs like how to build a compass with a few common items for kids, the everlasting Crisco candle, and paracord jewelry to name a few.

Guys, I think I’ve found my calling…

12 Most Insightful Quotes from Mr. Rogers

teachingliteracy:

amandaonwriting:

1. “Often when you think you’re at the end of something, you’re at the beginning of something else.”

2. “Forgiveness is a strange thing. It can sometimes be easier to forgive our enemies than our friends. It can be hardest of all to forgive people we love. Like all of life’s important coping skills, the ability to forgive and the capacity to let go of resentments most likely take root very early in our lives.”

3. “Love and trust, in the space between what’s said and what’s heard in our life, can make all the difference in the world. ”

4. “The child is in me still and sometimes not so still.”

5. “Discovering the truth about ourselves is a lifetime’s work, but it’s worth the effort.”

6. “Knowing that we can be loved exactly as we are gives us all the best opportunity for growing into the healthiest of people.”

7. “I don’t think anyone can grow unless he’s loved exactly as he is now, appreciated for what he is rather than what he will be.”

8. “There are three ways to ultimate success:

The first way is to be kind.

The second way is to be kind.

The third way is to be kind.”

9. “Feeling good about ourselves is essential in our being able to love others.”

10. “Love isn’t a state of perfect caring. It is an active noun like struggle. To love someone is to strive to accept that person exactly the way he or she is, right here and now.”

11. “Try your best to make goodness attractive. That’s one of the toughest assignments you’ll ever be given.”

12. “The connections we make in the course of a life–maybe that’s what heaven is.”

Riding in the Jeep with my love! (Taken with Instagram)

Riding in the Jeep with my love! (Taken with Instagram)