PRAYER – I Give Myself Permission!

Thank you for reading this and be blessed.  I know this will change things in your life for the better,  just know how too let go.

“I give myself (say Full Birth Name) “PERMISSION TO HEAL”  totally and unconditionally from –

Examples – 1. Health Problems

2.  Job  Problems

3.   Family Problems

4.  Friend  Problems

5.  Financial  Burdens & Problems

6.  Past, Present Issues  (untold stories)

7.   Spiritual,  Mental,  Physical  problems

As you say this prayer do you own list, but say each one individually.  Begin from your past on up to the present day.  As you close each permission to heal prayer say this –  I AM THAT I AM, SO SHALL IT BE, IT IS DONE, THANK YOU!!!!



I give myself ( Mary Evans Williams) permission to heal from domestic violence, totally and unconditionally  I AM THAT I AM, SO SHALL IT BE, IT IS DONE, THANK YOU!

I give myself (John Evan Williams) permission to heal from
Drugs & Alcohol totally and unconditionally, I AM THAT I AM, SO SHALL IT BE,  IT IS DONE,  THANK YOU!!


Say your prayers for 3, 7, 30 days it’s up to you, how important is it for you let go, and live in Peace & Joy.

I love you more always,  Lennis (Gaia)


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Let’s start the weekend off with a smile and a dance in your skip. You deserve it so, enjoy the music.  The CHAT ROOM is open.

Thank you


Hillary Clinton: running to win – but on her own terms


On Thanksgiving Day in 1996, when Hillary Clinton was in the White House, she had a long conversation with her best friend, soulmate and confidante, Diane Blair. The two women had forged a relationship in the 1970s when they were both teaching in Fayetteville in Arkansas – Bill’s home state – and would remain close until Blair’s death from cancer in 2000.

With the blunt honesty of a trusted friend, Blair raised with Clinton one of the most vexed problems that has bedevilled her years of public service: her toxic dealings with the press. Couldn’t she avoid a lot of grief, Blair suggested, by developing friendlier relations – even fake ones – with media figures? And shouldn’t she stop changing her hair so often?

Blair clearly touched a nerve, provoking a defiant riposte from the first lady. In today’s context, at the end of a week in which Hillary Clinton has yet again found herself face-to-face with a sceptical press demanding answers about her use of a private email address while working as America’s top diplomat, her robust words almost two decades ago sound uncannily prescient.

“I’m a proud woman,” Clinton began. “I’m not stupid; I know I should do more to suck up to the press. I know it confuses people when I change my hairdos. I know I have to compromise.”

But then Clinton’s tone suddenly shifted. “But I’m just not going to,” she said. “I’m a complex person and they’re just going to have to live with that. I’m used to winning, and I intend to win on my own terms.”

“Win on my own terms” – the phrase would make a great title to a chronicle of the battles Clinton has fought under the public spotlight. It runs through her White House struggles to introduce healthcare reform and her war with what she famously dubbed the “vast right-wing conspiracy”. It was evident in her bruising clash with Barack Obama in her first unsuccessful bid for the presidency in 2008. And judging from this week’s events at the UN, where she treated reporters asking about her use of a private email server while secretary of state with a dismissiveness that verged on contempt, it looks like it’s becoming a storyline in the 2016 presidential campaign that she is expected to launch within weeks.

Marshawn Lynch involved in brawl outside bar

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch and a group of his friends were reportedly involved in a fight outside a bar in San Francisco on Friday night.

According to TM, Lynch and his friends were leaving the establishment when a man who appeared intoxicated began taunting Lynch and repeatedly calling him the “Seattle Sea Chicken.” A witness says someone in Lynch’s crew “snapped” on the guy and a brawl broke out.

Lynch allegedly tried to pull one of his friends off of the instigator and got in a few punches while he was at it. From what we gather, no arrests were made.

After supposedly considering retirement, Lynch agreed to a new contract with the Seahawks earlier this month. Aside from a few comments that likely rubbed salt in Pete Carroll’s wounds, Lynch has remained relatively quiet over the past few off-season. We’re sure the Seahawks will be looking into the alleged incident from Friday night.

Meth Lab Discovered In Walmart

Police discovered a methamphetamine lab inside a Walmart restroom in Muncie, Indiana, on Thursday night. Walmart employees contacted the police around 11:30 p.m. after they discovered a suspicious backpack in the men’s bathroom, according to the Indiana State Police.

When state troopers arrived at the scene, they opened the backpack, where they found an active meth lab inside. Local authorities put on protective gear, which included respirators, and took the lab apart and removed the backpack’s contents from Walmart.

The local health department said that both the men’s and women’s restrooms would be decontaminated before anyone could use them again. The owner of the backpack hasn’t been identified.

“With warm weather approaching and outside activities increasing, so does the potential for people to encounter toxic and hazardous meth trash or a working meth lab left unattended,” the Indiana State Police said in a statement, explaining that those attempting to cook methamphetamines will often leave behind the dangerous and explosive chemicals in warm, public places and return later to pick up the finished product. Meth is a highly addictive and dangerous recreational drug that is frequently popular in small towns.

This means that meth cooks also will frequently dump the trash left over from the process, which can include Liquid Fire drain cleaner bottles, Sudafed, battery casings and drink bottles with white residue in the bathrooms.

“The Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Section wants to remind citizens that these labs and meth lab trash contain chemicals that are toxic, flammable, corrosive and acidic,” the state police added. They also warned anyone who came across suspicious products not to touch them, and to alert authorities instead, since the combination of those chemicals could lead to severe burns and damage skin.

Shirley Manson Blasts Kanye West Again: ‘Go F–k Yourself’


Shirley Manson and Kanye West are not on good terms.

After the frontwoman for Garbage slammed West for his post-Grammys rant about Beck, he apparently sent her a less than friendly email. While the 37-year-old rapper has since publicly apologized to Beck on Twitter, it seems that nothing has been settled between Yeezy and Manson.

This past weekend, the 48-year-old Scottish rocker took to Facebook to write a scathing letter addressed to “He who shall remain nameless,” aka Kanye West.

“What alarms me more than anything about your nasty little barbs is that you are in the business of representing artists interests and yet you are clearly unaware that not all musicians are obsessed with the charts or being famous,” she wrote, adding, “That some of us just enjoy making music and having a long lifespan of a career without having to dance as fast as we can, or be the loudest clown in town or be having to hitch ourselves to the latest, greatest, freshest sound in order to remain ‘on top.'”

Later in the lengthy letter, the singer wrote:

“Clearly you are unable to wrap your head around the idea that some musicians actually prefer NOT having to perform on Children’s TV shows. Who do NOT want to be gossiped about in the popularity contest columns. Who most definitively do NOT want to be chased by paparazzi and who do NOT want to put their family name to some shitty, poorly made product in order to build a “brand” and who most definitely do NOT want to go out every night, dressed up to the nines to the opening of an envelope.”

Manson wrapped up her blistering remarks in a way that only further drove home the point that there doesn’t seem to be any hope for a reconciliation between the two in the future. “So now then sir, that all said, Go F#CK yourself,” she wrote.

Police killed more than twice as many people as reported by US government

The uncounted
A recent report estimated that there were 7,427 law enforcement homicides in the US during the eight years spanning 2003-2009 and 2011 — or an average of 928 per year. The number is more than twice as large as the closest previous official tally from the US government. Even the two best tallies — combined — left an estimated 2,103 homicides uncounted during those years.
Bureau of Justice Statistics / arrest-related deaths only
BJS / FBI mutually counted
FBI / supplementary homicide reports only

Academics and specialists have long been aware of flaws in the FBI numbers, which are based on voluntary submissions by local law enforcement agencies of paperwork known as supplementary homicide reports. No law requires local agencies to fill out the reports, and some agencies do not, especially not for officer-involved homicides, according to experts who have studied the issue.

But no accredited source had publicly ventured to claim that the numbers published by the FBI were more than 100% wrong. That’s notwithstanding an unusually public airing of doubts about the numbers by the FBI director, James Comey, in a speech at Georgetown University last month. “It’s ridiculous that I can’t tell you how many people were shot by the police in this country – last week, last year, the last decade – it’s ridiculous,” Comey said.

In an interview with the Guardian following Comey’s remarks, Stephen L Morris, assistant director of the FBI’s criminal justice information services division, acknowledged “holes and gaps” in crime data the bureau publishes.

“We caveat this data – we have been for decades, cautioning individuals and organizations from drawing conclusions from it, because we recognize it is incomplete data, it is disparate data that leaves too many holes and gaps,” Morris said. “That’s been a point of frustration for decades within the FBI.”

But it is unclear whether the public understands the impressionistic nature of the FBI’s crime data. A visitor to the FBI web page presenting the “justifiable homicides” figures, for example, encounters no caveat or disclaimer language of any kind.

Second-half brawl ends Southern-Texas Southern women’s game

A day after a bench-clearing fight ended the Southwestern Athletic Conference women’s basketball regular-season title game in a double forfeit, the conference was reviewing the incident.

With 12:36 left in the game Saturday, a fight broke out between Southern and Texas Southern. Southern was leading 51-49 at the time. Texas Southern’s Miracle Davis had just drawn a charge underneath the basket.

”I haven’t reviewed the film as much as I’d like, but my initial response is that there was a significant show of and attempt at restraint on the part of our bench as the melee unfolded,” Southern athletic director Dr. William Broussard said in a statement. ”At a certain point it’s difficult to distinguish whether or not we interacted out of aggression or to defend teammates as Texas Southern’s game-day staff and security personnel attempted to respond.”

It was the second incident involving Southern this season. In a game against Alabama A&M on Feb. 21, three players were ejected early in the second half for fighting.

Southern coach Sandy Pugh told The Advocate newspaper in Baton Rouge, where the visiting Jaguars are located, ”I’ve been involved with basketball for 30-plus years and I’ve never seen anything like this. It’s an embarrassment.”

The players throwing punches were TSU’s Alexus Johnson and Diamonisha Sophus, the report said, with security holding Johnson back minutes later from storming into the Southern locker room to resume the brawl.

”I just saw two kids standing up looking at each other and someone else push and yell,” Pugh said. ”My first reaction is to tell everyone to stay. But I look up and they have two kids running in. One of their kids throws the first punch and one of our kids was on the ground and someone was just pounding her. Next thing I know it was a melee.”

Southern (18-10) entered the night a game behind Texas Southern (19-10). The league’s official Twitter feed said the score would stand and the teams would share the regular-season title with 16-2 records. Texas Southern was awarded the top seed in the tournament which begins Wednesday by virtue of outscoring Southern in the two meetings. They won the first game 62-48 on Jan. 5.

The two teams could meet in the final of the conference tournament Saturday

America’s Most Outrageous French Fries


AA9tPEAJust one of many places, city, and states.

Tornado Potato — Tornado Potato, Anaheim, Calif.

This popular South Korean street food dish is about as fun to look at as it is to eat — the potatoes are spiral-cut, skewered, and deep-fried. Tornado Potato’s wacky-looking fries are topped with everything from Cajun seasoning to caramel and chocolate sauces. They’re even available wrapped around a sausage.

AA9tN3FPurple Shoestring Fries with Blueberry Ketchup — Boise Fry Company, Various Locations

In case the name didn’t give it away, this Boise-based company takes their fries very seriously. After studying different preparation methods, they settled on the process of carefully prepping each fresh potato after which they fry their fries in natural peanut oil — which contains little to no saturated or trans fats. You choose the type of potato or similar tuber —purple, gold, sweet, Okinawa, or yam — and can have them cut into five different styles: shoestring, regular, homestyle, curly, or their own “po-balls.” All these choices yield an almost overwhelming number of possible combinations, but we suggest going for the purple shoestring fries with a side of blueberry ketchup for a decidedly unique bite that won’t give you the blues.

Former Jets RB Chris Johnson shot in Florida; one dead

Former Tennessee Titans and New York Jets running back Chris Johnson was shot in the shoulder Sunday morning in Orlando, Fla., according to a release from the Orange County Sheriff’s office.

Deputies responded to the shooting call at 4:09 a.m. Sunday and found the driver of a Jeep, Dreekius Oricko Johnson, dead and two other men with gunshot wounds.

The victims, Chris Johnson and Reggie Johnson told police that an unknown vehicle pulled up at a red light and opened fire into the Jeep, leaving Dreekius Oricko Johnson, 28, dead.

Chris Johnson, an Orlando native, and Reggie Johnson were taken to a hospital and were reported to be in stable condition. There was no listing of the relationship of the victims.

The investigation into the shooting was ongoing and no arrests have been made yet, according to the report.

The Jets released Johnson in mid-February declining to pick up the 29-year-old running back’s $500,000 option bonus as part of the two-year, $8-million contract Johnson signed with the club last April.

Last season was Chris Johnson’s first with the Jets and marked the first time in his seven-season career that Johnson failed to reach 1,000 yards rushing as he finished with a career-low 663 rush yards. In January, Johnson was arrested in Orlando and charged with the open carrying of a firearm, a second-degree misdemeanor.


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