Plugging Into My Mind

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not work, not play, not connecting in any way…

The inner voice is key, but not to see or hear or sense,

Learning to let go, calm down or unplug is counter intuitive,

It’s doing a lot of nothing, to get a sense of yourself,

Learn to sit with yourself, then decide

Your best decisions will come by learning to unplug, disconnect and be with yourself,

All of you, we all need help getting there,

Perhaps you can start by sitting with yourself.

Everything you need to know about the 2019 Times Colonist Book Sale | Times Colonist

We’ve got the books, now it’s (almost) time for the sale! The annual Times Colonist Book Sale runs Saturday, May 11, and Sunday, May 12, with hundreds of thousands of books on sale at the . . .
— Read on www.timescolonist.com/life/book-drive/everything-you-need-to-know-about-the-2019-times-colonist-book-sale-1.23794912

Best instructions and information for 2019 book lovers book sale!

Life Signs

The mark or aim have an interesting relationship.

To properly see how a mark is needed or an aim may need to be improved one needs guidance or awareness.

This is not about virtue or vice, it is about having a safety net when the fall becomes dangerous.

To be able to write code you need to understand the language.

Exposure causes sane people to go off track, but learning to recognize these signs can save your life.

Mental and physical health are important, but the proper use of impressions are a kind of healthy belief or road.

Can you read the signs on your road?

Do you want to learn to use the ‘proper use of impressions’ to help guide you to safety and pick a path that leads to the location you need or want to go.

In this way, people use what is proven and workable in their situation.

Practice using life signs to get up and go.

WHO experts recommend ramping up Ebola vaccine after cases surge in Congo – The Globe and Mail

A large share of new cases are now occurring in people who were not known contacts of earlier patients, and the disease is spreading to areas where it is impossible to trace contacts and swiftly vaccinate them
— Read on www.theglobeandmail.com/world/article-who-experts-recommend-ramping-up-ebola-vaccine-after-cases-surge-in/

It is always worth another set of eyes on game changing problems.

The Ebola crisis is a global problem with a continuum of issues.

Why not monitor the progress and changes to become more aware of this important Ebola issue and how it impacts the life of so many people?

Please support the effort.

WHO Adapts Ebola Vaccination Strategy in the Democratic Republic of the Congo to Account for Insecurity and Community Feedback

WHO’s Strategic Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE) today issued new recommendations to address vaccination challenges in the ongoing Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
— Read on www.who.int/news-room/detail/07-05-2019-who-adapts-ebola-vaccination-strategy-in-the-democratic-republic-of-the-congo-to-account-for-insecurity-and-community-feedback

A changing Strategy is reflective of the ongoing persistence of deaths despite all present efforts.

Perhaps, the new way of approaching vaccination will protect more people at risk to Ebola.

The fear that is generated by ongoing violence may be better understood through accepting new vaccinations and these new ways to help more people.

Please support this effort.

Save the date for the 2019 Times Colonist Book Drive and Book Sale | Times Colonist

The 2019 Times Colonist Book Sale will take place May 11 and May 12 at the Victoria Curling Club. We’ll be accepting donations of books on April 27 and April 28, at the same location. The sale . . .
— Read on www.timescolonist.com/life/book-drive/save-the-date-for-the-2019-times-colonist-book-drive-and-book-sale-1.23601093

Book lovers extravaganza!

Geologist who discovered oldest water on Earth wins top science award | CBC News

Barbara Sherwood Lollar has won the prestigious Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal for Science and Engineering for her work on ancient Earth water and for advancing the search for life on other worlds.
— Read on www.cbc.ca/news/technology/herzberg-award-2019-1.5121942

Looking for life on other planets and learning about it here on earth.

Geologist Barbara Sherwood Lollar is studying ancient water.

Of course some may dispute her findings, but it is important to recognize her good work and ongoing investigation into our water and use this discovery to help us continue the search throughout the solar system and beyond.