Janet G. Nestor of Center of Wellbeing to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

HAMPSTEAD, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The ideal way to begin the healing process is to approach the client as a whole person, treating mind, body, spirit, emotions.

Janet G. Nestor is an author and speaker specializing in stress and anxiety management. Janet has written three books on the subject – Nurturing Wellness Through Radical Self Care: A Living in Balance Guide and Workbook; Pathways to Wholeness; and Embracing Your Joy.

Janet is also a diagnostic prescriptive educator and licensed professional counselor and diplomate in comprehensive energy psychology. She is the co-developer of Radiant Energies Balance, a mindfulness-based energy psychology technique that encourages nervous system balance and assists individuals with chronic illness and injuries to regain the ability to move forward in their lives.

Janet has been in private practice since 1999, working with individuals and groups on personal empowerment and positive living.

Janet Nestor is a licensed professional counselor specializing in holistic mental health and founder of the Center of Wellbeing.

“Holistic therapists focus on the whole person, not just their diagnosis,” says Nestor. “Traditional therapy is cognitive in nature or analytic or insightful in nature. It helps people work through their issues, but it never helps them get these issues out of their body for good.”

Holistic mental health accelerates the healing process by helping the individual let go of the trauma that is stored in the physical body. New holistic therapies like energy psychology and the techniques of holistic psychiatry can help the client make those changes in order to heal the root cause of their issues.

A compassionate healer, Nestor says she’s always wanted to practice holistically.

“I entered the field with a holistic perspective and I had really good mentors who made sure I stayed on the holistic track. says Nestor. After I received my license, I began to study energy psychology and other energy medicine modalities so when I worked with clients I would have those extra skills.”

These extra skills allow Nestor to more effectively tune into her clients’ needs.

“I've learned over the years that why my clients say they're meeting me is not always why,” says Nestor. “Once we really find out what's going on and have established a rapport, then I start to introduce the alternative ways to approach it.

One of those alternative ways is energy psychology, but according to Nestor, while the two terms are often used interchangeably, energy psychology is just one small part holistic mental health.

“If someone's experienced a trauma, their whole biochemistry has been altered from their emotional stress,” explains Nestor. “With a holistic therapist the intention is to reduce the stress level before you get to the hard stuff. We work with limiting beliefs, positive thoughts, eliminating objections to healing and self-sabotaging behaviors. This begins the process of creating a good neurochemical balance.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Janet Nestor in an interview with Jim Masters on September 4th at 12pm EDT and with Doug Llewelyn on September 11th at 12pm EDT.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio

If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on Mindful Pathways, visit www.mindfulpathways.com

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The August 2018 Healing Sessions Organized By Pastor Chris Oyakhilome Marked Successful

The August 2018 Healing Sessions, organized by Christ Embassy and its founder, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, have just concluded successfully.

LONDON, LONDON, UK, August 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The August 2018 Healing Sessions, organized by Christ Embassy and its founder, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, have just concluded. The sessions, which lasted throughout the entire month, drove thousands of people to Lagos, Nigeria to “experience divine healing and witness the miracles of God”.
“Indeed, it has been a wonderful season of the supernatural, overflowing with testimonies, miracles, signs, wonders, restoration, salvation and lots more,” says the organization of the event.
The Healing Sessions were created with the goal of taking divine healing to the nations. The event welcomed registered attendees from all over the world, who also expressed their excitement over the successful wrap-up of the Sessions.

Just like in the previous Healing Sessions, this time also the lives of many people have changed. During the 2018 Healing Sessions, testimonials were presented, and people shared how their lives got better after they encountered Pastor Chris Oyakhilome. A childless woman shared how she got her first baby and another woman shared that she has never set foot in a hospital since she left the Healing School.
During the 2018 Healing Sessions Pastor Chris Oyakhilome ministered to the sick. There were loud cheers, dancing, jumping and more as thousands of students “rejoiced for their miracles, doing what they could not do before.”
According to reports, people with diseases such as cancer, heart illness, diabetes, infertility and more were present at the sessions and participated with the hopes that their lives will change thanks to the Man of God himself.

Furthermore, many visiting ministers and partners of the Embassy took part in the miraculous sessions. Pastor Chris welcomed and thanked them for the commitment they have to change the lives of people from all over the world.

For additional insights on the just-concluded August Session with Pastor Chris, people are encouraged to follow the Healing School superuser on Kingschat and visit www.enterthehealingschool.org.

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Influencer Platform Octoly Spotlights Impact Fashion Brand INDIGENOUS

INDIGENOUS organic + fair trade fashion brand

INDIGENOUS organic + fair trade fashion

Octoly Influencer Platform


Octoly influencers styling INDIGENOUS sustainable fashion

Octoly influencers styling INDIGENOUS sustainable fashion clothing brand

Social Media Influencers Encouraged to Use Their Platforms to Change the Fashion Industry and Change the World

Advancing the cause of ethical fashion will require collaboration, resources, and passionate new advocates.”

— Scott Leonard

SEBASTOPOL, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Octoly, a unique platform that connects thousands of influencers with great brands to receive free products in exchange for authentic reviews on YouTube and Instagram, is bringing awareness to sustainable fashion by partnering with INDIGENOUS, a 20+ year pioneer in organic and fair trade clothing design.

By spotlighting INDIGENOUS, Octoly is giving social media influencers the opportunity to build a wardrobe that is kind to people and soft on the planet. Each piece of clothing from INDIGENOUS is handcrafted with care from 100% organic cotton and other sustainable fibers, then colored with eco-friendly dyes or no dyes at all. Their regenerative fair trade supply chain model trains and supports women artisans while uplifting whole communities.

Through this partnership, social media influencers have the opportunity to use their platforms to advocate for an alternative to fast fashion—an industry plagued with human rights abuses and ecologically harmful practices. The trendsetting influencers of Octoly are in the perfect position to encourage new generations of consumers to change their clothes, change the fashion industry, and change the world.

"We are thrilled to have the support of such a dynamic and up-and-coming influencer platform like Octoly while being able to highlight that fashion can be a force for good on the planet," said Scott Leonard, Co-founder and CEO of INDIGENOUS. "Advancing the cause of ethical fashion will require collaboration, resources, and passionate new advocates."

Already the leading influencer marketplace worldwide in with more than 345,000 products placed, Octoly launched in the US market in 2015. Having found great success with their business model in France, Octoly is now changing the way influencer marketing works in the US—especially in the fashion and beauty industries. Octoly's unique product-gifting model enables brands to discover and work with a community of verified influencer talent on a singular platform. In return for receiving a product, the influencers share authentic content/posts with their audiences, thus changing the way brands are looking at marketing and consumer engagement.

California-based INDIGENOUS is a 20-year pioneer of Impact Fashion. The company leads sustainable and ethical product sourcing, and industry-wide initiatives designed to impact the way fashion is created, valued, and worn. Employing over 1,000 artisans and offered in 700+ stores nationwide, the brand has grown organically since 1994. Founders Scott Leonard and Matt Reynolds set out to change a broken industry model by cultivating a culture of caring through regenerative farming practices and respect for indigenous cultures and communities, setting industry standards in Fair Trade and organic, healthier products. Privately-held, the company is a founding member of B Corporation, the Sustainable Working Group, Social Labor Convergence, and the Sustainable Apparel Coalition. Read more at INDIGENOUS.com and follow us on Twitter (@IndigenousDesigns), Facebook (Indigenous) and Instagram (IndigenousDesigns).

Emily Roberts
INDIGENOUS organic + fair trade fashion
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Recent Florida Appeals decision is reminder to carefully plan estate, comments Probate Attorney

Website, Richard Ehrlich, Attorney in Florida

Website, Richard Ehrlich, Attorney in Florida

Richard Ehrlich, Estate Planning attorney in Florida

Richard Ehrlich, Estate Planning attorney in Florida

Richard Ehrlich Estate Planning Attorney in Florida Attorney Profile at Eldercounsel

Richard Ehrlich Estate Planning Attorney in Florida Attorney Profile at Eldercounsel

Richard Ehrlich, Estate Planning Attorney in Florida, Blog

Richard Ehrlich, Estate Planning Attorney in Florida, Blog

Richard Ehrlich Estate Planning Attorney in Florida Attorney Profile

Richard Ehrlich Estate Planning Attorney in Florida Attorney Profile

Florida Attorney Richard Ehrlich comments that Court of Appeals decision in will contest shows how careful estate planning can prevent future problems

Ehrlich Law Center, Florida (N/A:N/A)

… this case is a stark reminder to carefully plan one’s estate to prevent, as much as humanly and legally possible, subsequent disputes …”

— Richard Ehrlich, Attorney in Florida

CORAL SPRINGS, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Florida Attorney Richard Ehrlich has commented on the recent decision of the District Court of Appeal of Florida, Fourth District, in a legal dispute over a gentleman’s estate.

Says Mr. Ehrlich, “this case is a stark reminder to carefully plan one’s estate to prevent, as much as humanly and legally possible, subsequent disputes.”

In that case, Jack Mulvey ("Decedent") died in 2011 with two surviving children and a spouse (his second wife). He had executed a will in 2005, and a superseding will in 2010 that gave most of the assets to his second wife, Thelma Mulvey (“Widow”). The Decedent's daughter, Sheila Stephens ("Daughter"), sued the Widow. The Daughter claimed the Widow exerted undue influence on the frail Decedent and interfered with her expected inheritance. When the Decedent died, the Daughter petitioned the probate court for administration of the 2005 will, while seeking invalidation of the 2010 will. She argued the 2010 will was the product of the Widow's undue influence on the Decedent, and she alleged that the Decedent lacked testamentary capacity when he executed the 2010 will. The Daughter did not give up and filed a complaint in the circuit court for tortious interference with expectancy. After a trial, the probate court found the 2010 will was valid and not the product of undue influence. The Daughter then filed a complaint in the circuit court for tortious interference with expectancy. The jury found in favor of the Daughter and awarded her $60,000 in damages. The Widow appealed, and the Appeals court reversed. The end result of the case, seven years after the Decedent’s death and after four legal proceedings, is the same as intended by the 2010 will.

Says Mr. Ehrlich, “as this prolonged dispute shows, estate matters can be complicated even when there is a written will. But avoidance of protracted legal proceedings and intra-family strife requires careful planning. In fact, estate planning involves several important considerations, including tax consequences and whether certain assets should be transferred before death.”

Among the important considerations are “protecting beneficiaries” by giving the assets in the form of a trust that cannot be easily depleted, or giving consideration to special beneficiaries. As in this case, “blended families” (one or both spouses have families from prior marriages) pose special challenges.

Estate Planning requires competent legal advice based on the specific circumstances. Such matters should be reviewed with a competent Estate Planning attorney.

The Website of Mr. Ehrlich is http://ehrlichlaw.us

His attorney profile is at http://www.eldercounsel.com/profile/richard-ehrlich-ehrlich-law-center-pa/

The underlying legal case is Mulvey v. Stephens, No. 4D17-1292 (June 27, 2018) (D. Court of Appeal of Florida, 4th District), available at https://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=5189932863824975788&hl=en&as_sdt=20000006

Richard Ehrlich, Attorney in Florida
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Jerry Brown Travels, Retiring on $300 a month

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Stephanie Yelenosky Explains the Importance of the Montessori Teaching Method

Stephanie Yelenosky

Lawyer and teacher, Yelenosky praise the Montessori Teaching Method for setting children up for a lifetime of learning with the best education possible

ORLANDO, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, August 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Stephanie Yelenosky, like many mothers, wants what is best for her child. Therefore, after adopting her daughter, Yelenosky wanted to introduce her to a world where she would never stop learning. To do this, the lawyer quit her job as an attorney and became the lead teacher at the Montessori World School. The Montessori Teaching Method is a method that Yelenosky wholeheartedly believes in.

There are several reasons that Stephanie Yelenosky sought out this method and change in occupation. It was quite a change for her, going from the court to the classroom. Yet, the move was inspired by her dedication to her daughter’s learning. Today, Yelenosky is going to share the most important features of the Montessori Teaching Method.

Teachers Guide Instead of Lecture

The most noticeable difference between traditional teaching methods and the Montessori Teaching Method is the role of the teacher. Instead of lecturing the children for hours on end, the teacher is more of a guide. While the teacher will promote age-appropriate activities, the discovery of learning is left up to the children. This is an important function of the teaching method. This teaches children that while it is okay to ask for help and guidance, ultimately, their learning is their own. Instead of being lectured and told what is important, children are given the freedom to explore and discover the information.

Making Creative Choices

The guidance from the teacher is intended to help children make more creative choices. This helps with problem-solving, both in the classroom and in the real world. Yelenosky believes if children understand from an early age that they can think for themselves, it helps their self-esteem. Discovering their own creative ways to solve problems helps bolster their confidence. It gives students encouragement by showing them they can accomplish anything they set their mind to.

Yelenosky explains that while telling a child they can do anything is a nice sentiment, there is only so much proof. If children do not learn to make creative choices for themselves, they will always rely on someone else’s’ solution. The Montessori Teaching Method gives students the freedom to discover answers on their own.

Discovering of their Own Volition

Children learn at all different paces and in different ways. Some children learn by doing, while others are content to watch. Some children like to write notes down. The method of successful learning all depends on the student.

The Montessori Teaching Method allows students to learn at their own pace. Children get to discover not only the point of the lesson but how to arrive at that point. Instead of telling kids how they should learn, children are given the freedom to figure this out on their own. This skill will help them later in life when the environment for learning is no longer so obvious.

In summation, Stephanie Yelenosky is a woman who knows what she wants. Yelenosky spent decades finding the truth. Now, she wants to help her daughter and other students begin their lifelong journey of learning and discovery. Therefore, she has put her faith and career behind the promising Montessori Teaching Method.

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Nye & Company's Sept. 12th auction will feature a diverse selection of artworks from the 17th century to the modern day

Oil on canvas Portrait of an Artist from the Circle of Caspar Netscher (1639-1684)

Oil on canvas by Wilson Irvine (Am., 1869-1936), titled Stone Wall Old Lyme.

Color etching and aquatint by Helen Frankenthaler (Am., 1928-2011), titled Page from a Book III.

Oil on board by Edward Lamson Henry (Am., 1841-1919), titled Open Door.

Oil on board by Felix Kelly (U.K., 1916-1997), titled Riverboat and Railroad, Daytime.

Include are a spectacular offering of Self-Taught and Outsider Art from the Namits Collection and an equally exciting group of works from the Westervelt Corp.

Whether you like Dutch Old Masters or contemporary works by artists like Robert Motherwell and Helen Frankenthaler, this sale has something to suit your every taste.”

— Andrew Holter

BLOOMFIELD, NJ, UNITED STATES, August 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — BLOOMFIELD, N.J. – A diverse selection of artworks that span from the 17th century through to the modern day – to include a spectacular offering of Self-Taught and Outsider Art being offered from the Namits Collection and an equally exciting group of works from the Westervelt Corp. – will come up for bid at a Fine Art Auction slated for Sept. 12th by Nye & Company Auctioneers.

Also for sale are a number of fabulous frames supplied by firms such as Eli Wilner & Co., one of the leading antique frame dealers and restorers, based in New York. The mid-week sale will be held in Nye & Company’s gallery, at 20 Beach Street in Bloomfield. The full catalog is available for viewing at www.nyeandcompany.com, as well as LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com.

“Whether you like Dutch Old Masters or contemporary works by artists like Robert Motherwell and Helen Frankenthaler, this sale has something to suit your every taste,” said Andrew Holter of Nye & Company Auctioneers, adding, “The group from the Namits collection, in particular, is wonderfully expressive, visually stimulating and reflective of the talented artists who created it.”

The Namits group includes works by Thornton Dial, Purvis Young, Jimmy Lee Sudduth, Harriet Wiseman and Justin McCarthy. It also features a nice selection of paintings and sculpture by European artists such as Francois Bard, Jean-Pierre Ceytaire and Charlotte Cuolot. “We invite everyone to come view the works in person at the live gallery preview or online,” John Nye said.

The aforementioned work by Helen Frankenthaler (Am., 1928-2011) is certain to attract much bidder interest. It’s a color etching and aquatint from an edition of 60, titled A Page from a Book III. Also, a drypoint figural etching by the renowned American mother-with-child artist Mary Cassatt (1844-1926), titled Gardner Held by Mother, signed in pencil, will also come up for bid.

The oil on plywood by Purvis Young (Am., 1943-2010), titled Freight Train, is from the artist’s Good Bread Alley era (1972-1975). The Harriet Wiseman (Am., 20th century), work, also an oil on plywood, is titled Woman with Red Jacket and is artist signed, dated (“02”) and gilt framed.

The oil on panel effort by American folk artist Jimmy Lee Sudduth (1910-2007), titled Bear Bryant, is pencil signed. Not every artist in the sale is American. The oil on canvas painting by Jean-Pierre Ceytaire (French, b. 1946), titled La Plage, is signed, dated (“77”) and framed.

The selection of works from the Westervelt Corporation includes two exceptional pieces by Felix Kelly (U.K., 1916-1997), both of which are superb commentaries on the progression of America. One is an oil on board titled Riverboat and Railroad, Daytime, artist signed lower right, dated (“1976”) and with a label on verso from the Kennedy Galleries, Inc.

The oil on board by Edward Lamson Henry (Am., 1841-1919), titled Open Door, is initialed and dated (“1872”) and bears labels on verso from Christie’s, Kennedy Galleries and The Bernice Gallery. Included is a typed note stating it is a picture of the Henry Ives home in Goshen, Conn.

Other offerings from the Westervelt Corporation include an oil on canvas by Raoul Mallais (U.K., 1901-1999), titled Bringing in the Grey Mare, with an accession label on verso; and an oil on canvas by Frank Wootton (Am., 1911-1998), titled The Last Fence, signed and dated “1969”.

Fans of the Old Masters will be intrigued by the oil on canvas Portrait of an Artist from the Circle of Caspar Netscher (Heidelberg 1639-1684 The Hague, the Netherlands). The half-length portrait is rendered with a palette, marble busts and an orange tree. It’s signed “Netscher f”.

Additional noteworthy artworks in the sale include an oil on canvas by Wilson Irvine (Am., 1869-1936), titled Stone Wall Old Lyme, signed “Irvine”; an oil on panel by Aaron Birnbaum (Am., 1895), titled Yellow Building Farm Landscape, signed lower right; and a colored pencil on paper by John “Jack” Savitsky (Am., 1910-1991), Sun Maids, signed, dated (“65”) and framed.

The auction will begin promptly at 10 am Eastern. Telephone and absentee bids will be accepted. Previews will be held in the Bloomfield gallery Monday-Friday, September 3rd-7th, from 10-4; and Sunday, September 9th, from noon-4 pm. Light refreshments will be served on auction day.
John Nye had a long and fruitful career at Sotheby’s before he and his wife, Kathleen, acquired Dawson’s in 2003 and started Dawson & Nye. With the move to Bloomfield seven years later, they renamed the business to Nye & Company (Auctioneers, Appraisers, Antiques). The firm is nationwide, but the vast bulk of the business comes from trusts and estates in the tri-state area.
For more information about Nye & Company Auctioneers and the upcoming auction slated for September 12th, please visit www.nyeandcompany.com. The full color catalog is available for viewing at www.nyeandcompany.com, www.LiveAuctioneers.com and www.Invaluable.com.

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Johnny ‘Suzuki’ Dangerfield shares details of work with religious organization's sports ministry

Johnny Dangerfield

Non-denominational Seacoast Church, located in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, supports a variety of projects and initiatives.

CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, August 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Among Seacoast Church's initiatives is its own sports ministry, known as Seacoast Sports. Backed by generous individuals and church members, the ministry has gone from strength to strength in recent years. The church exists in the wider sense to, in its own words, help people find God, grow their faith, discover their purpose, and make a difference, while Seacoast Sports is focused on what it calls Christ-centered fitness.

One Seacoast Church member, Johnny ‘Suzuki’ Dangerfield, owner of Automaxx of the Carolinas, is also a keen supporter of Seacoast Sports, having spent more than three years helping the organization's sports ministry to flourish.

Seacoast's gratitude toward Dangerfield for his support is evident. "Johnny Suzuki has been a godsend for the sports ministry here at the church," explains Seacoast director Wes Koch. "When I first met Johnny and mentioned that I was the director for the sports ministry at Seacoast, he was quick to respond," he adds.

"I said to Wes, 'If it has to do with God's kingdom and athletics… I'm in!'" reveals Dangerfield of the pair's first meeting.

Over three years later and true to his word, the Automaxx of the Carolinas boss has earned the title of Seacoast Sports' most trusted and active supporter. "Johnny consistently goes further than asked," says Koch, "and delivers more than we deserve."

He continues, "What's more, he does so with a true servant's heart, asking for no personal recognition in return."

Seacoast director Koch also points out John Dangerfield's willingness to offer any assistance which the church requires from his Summerville-based automotive business. "On top of that," he adds, "Johnny Dangerfield also puts in countless hours of his own personal time by making phone calls, arranging meetings, and organizing sponsors for our events and the sports ministry."

Such is the relationship between Johnny 'Suzuki', the church, and his business that several of the sports ministry's athletes have become Automaxx of the Carolinas customers. "So is one of our pastors," points out Koch. "The service which they all receive at Automaxx is second-to-none, and Johnny Cornelius Dangerfield enjoys being personally involved in making sure that everyone is treated fairly and has a fantastic experience."

Seacoast Sports brings what it calls "a message of salvation" to over 600 athletes annually. "There's no way we could do what we do at Seacoast Sports without the help of Johnny Dangerfield. I count him as a blessing from God," reveals Koch.

"Thank you Automaxx, and thank you Johnny," adds the Seacoast director of Suzuki, wrapping up, "for being someone who I can truly rely on for anything."

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Scientology Volunteer Ministers Honor Sacrifice with Patriot Day Banquet

The Scientology Volunteer Ministers are honoring first responders to Ground Zero with their Patriot Day Awards Banquet. Pictured above was their last event for Patriot Day in the Fort Harrison.

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, USA, August 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — On September 8th, the Scientology Volunteer Ministers are holding their Patriot Day Awards Banquet to honor those who worked tirelessly and lost their lives serving at Ground Zero. The event will be held at Downtown Clearwater’s Historic Fort Harrison at 5:30pm. There is no cost to attend.

“The first responders at Ground Zero are a perfect reminder of selfless service to others,” said Ms. Glendy Goodsell, Executive Director for the Scientology Volunteer Ministers (VM) Florida. “VMs are honored to have assisted those heroes during a very dark time in America’s history.”

Ms. Mirit Hendrickson, President of VM Florida, will serve as the MC for the banquet and present awards to several people who were on the front lines during Ground Zero. Those awardees include Judy Fagerman, a Volunteer Minister; the President of the New York Rescue Workers and a retired NYPD Detective and Lieutenant.

Each of the awardees will share their experiences during 9/11. After the awards, guests are invited to stay for a concert performance by the Church of Scientology’s Flag Band.

Taking lessons learned from assisting first responders on 9/11, VMs have since trained and partnered with more than 800 different groups, organizations and agencies including the Red Cross, FEMA, the National Guard as well as police and fire departments around the world.

In Clearwater, VMs are most noted for their work after Hurricane Irma with several hundred volunteers contributing to relief efforts on September 11, 2017. During a weeklong power outage in the Greenwood Neighborhood, the VMs cleaned the debris from every street in the neighborhood and provided food, water and ice for those in need.

The VM’s determination to help is described as L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology Founder, wrote, “A Volunteer Minister does not shut his eyes to the pain, evil and injustice of existence. Rather, he is trained to handle these things and help others achieve relief from them and new personal strength as well.”

To attend the Patriot Day Awards Banquet or for more information about the Scientology Volunteer Ministers, please call (727) 467-6965 or email glendy@volunteerministers.org.

The Fort Harrison Religious Retreat:

Since its construction in 1927, the Fort Harrison in Downtown Clearwater has been the home for many community events and charitable organizations. The Fort Harrison’s current owner, the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization, has hosted over 500 community events there since a top-to-bottom restoration in 2009. The Scientology religion was founded by humanitarian and philosopher, L. Ron Hubbard, and incorporated in 1954. To learn more, visit www.scientology.org.

Pat Harney
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Sanjeev Bansal : Journey Of India's Dynamic Author

Winner of Global Author Of The Year 2018

HIMACHAL PRADESH, HIMACHAL PRADESH, INDIA, August 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Sanjeev Bansal, : Voyage Of India's Famous Author : Selected For 'Author Of The Year 2018 by Indian Awaz'

She roused him like the star does to a visionary and the moon does to the ocean. He chose to keep in touch with her into a story and make her inerasable. Laced in the strings of the world weaved out of his creative ability , Sanjeev penned down the mysteries of his sentimental specialty. Conceived in 1989,he has been hair-raising with the class of works of art in writing. His commitment towards nature significantly identity both as a part of his identity and verses written in her veneration. The virgin offspring of composing grew in him in the real corners of Shimla, where he lived amid his school days. He called this place the "mansion of dreams". This is where he supported the verses which he composed for his uneven love named Maya.

Sanjeev Bansal , graduated class of Jaypee College of Himachal Pradesh began to look all starry eyed at a delightful young lady on the principal day of his graduation. He couldn't accumulate enough fearlessness to go up and address her about the irreversible and powerful love that roosted at the forefront of his thoughts and heart for her. He began penning down his sentiments that he supported for her in his own diary. Now and again this uneven love had been the reason for his hopelessness and he experienced the immeasurable throb of solitary love . He commended her birthday in the very corners of his room and brought presents for her. He trusted that some time or another he would meet her and offer them to her. He met her – however simply following 7 years. To realize what occurred next we need to dive in to the profundities of novel "Less than ideal Dream :Maya".

The trouble of uneven love brought forth a creator. Sanjeev Bansal , who has been an enthusiastic essayist since youth longed for an unadulterated and serene world . We as a whole are remaining on the entryway of chances that helps us the truth to remember cheat stories such is reality. These stories play essential notes of wants, creative ability and accomplishment with chorale of one's ruin and disappointments. Its disappointment that shows us to rise again . Sanjeev failed in life like some other awesome persona. Rome was not worked in a day and significance can't be accomplished occur incidentally . Its when disappointments and incident came to pass for on him he learnt to yield to the circumstance and concentrate a win – win condition out of it as opposed to surrendering . Each time Sanjeev fizzled he skiped back with more prominent greatness . After each set back Sanjeev takes a shot at remaking his life . A pivotal piece of modifying his life was his interest towards the life of innovativeness which was embellished by a cornucopia of scholarly enjoyments. The writer discovers comfort in work and his holding with nature. In this manner he pens down each shade of life that comes in his direction . It is like Nirvana to him .

As an intense nature darling , its exceptionally troublesome for him to witness the obliteration of nature each conceivable way. He wants to make an effect through his work that would simply check or totally stop the serious annihilatuion of the compelling force of nature in each conceivable way.

At introduce Sanjeev is dealing with a few books. Couple of his works are for the compilation of ballads and he is additionally as of now taking a shot at a full length fiction novel . The verses have shifted classes some are couplets while others are little verses and furthermore some go under the classification – long epitaphs . The novel is spine chiller/puzzle themed. It's a tale about a man who battles with his psyche and heart to substantiate himself unadulterated against his female closest companion's affirmations.

Sanjeev Bansal is a visioner ,A Visioner who has fabricated a kingdom of his creative ability. An individual who has been refracting light of his feelings and uncovering every one of its tints and shades. He crosses through the roads of human feelings and in the meantime amalgamates it with the conundrums of earth. His life is one superb voyage through the ocean of sentimental vibes.

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Franchise Business Review Releases Top 50 Franchises for Women

PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE, UNITED STATES, August 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The 50 Best Franchises for Women

Women are increasingly seeking opportunities for business ownership and the franchise model can provide the financial and personal freedom they’re looking for. While many women are a great fit for franchising, not all franchise opportunities are a good fit for women.

Women owned businesses generate over $1.6 trillion in revenue every year. And 43 percent of franchises have at least one female owner. Franchising is appealing in many ways – it can provide women with work-life balance and flexibility not typically attainable in the corporate world and offers the support and community that many women desire…if you find the right one.

Clearly, not all franchises are created equal. Franchise Business Review surveyed nearly 6,000 female franchisee across 300 franchise brands to identify the 50 brands with the most highly satisfied female franchisees. The brands on Franchise Business Review’s 2018 list of the Top Franchises for Women were all highly rated by the women who own them.

Click here to see the list of the Top Franchises for Women

Franchise Business Review is currently conducting research for the 2019 FBR50 Franchisee Satisfaction Awards, an annual ranking of the top franchises overall. If you are a franchisor, click here to find out how to qualify.

Sarah Brady
Franchise Business Review
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