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On Drinks and Refreshments - The 6 Health Benefits of Pomegranate Juice

17th June 2011
Ever tried a pomegranate fruit before? The sweet natural taste of pomegranate is cherished by millions of people all over the world. It originated from Iran to the Himalayas in Northern India. From there, it was grown and refined throughout the Mediterran... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

Myths And History Of White Roses

15th February 2011
It has been said that in the beginning, the first rose to emerge on Earth what the white rose, developing magically into other colors, hues and tones. Roses boast a deep and long history, throughout the centuries they have been used to convey complex mess... Read >
Author: Search Angel

Nassim Taleb's New Book: The Bed of Procrustes

18th November 2010
Nassim Nicholas Taleb, the author of the best-selling books The Black Swan and Fooled by Randomness, has a new book coming out on November 30th, 2010. The name of his new book is The Bed of Procrustes: Philosophical and Practical Aphorisms. For fans of Ta... Read >
Author: Scott H Thompson

Enlightenment, Romanticism and stuff

22nd September 2010
Franz Schuberts lieder Prometheus was written in October 1819. Composing of primarily, the lyrics of the poem, originally came from the German Romantic, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. A playwright, celebrity poet and contributor to the Sturm und Drang moveme... Read >
Author: pm7284

The Guitar: Its History and Construction

08th July 2010
The guitar is one of the most familiar and common instruments the world over. It is descended from other stringed instruments that were common in Greece, in India, in Mexico and in Africa - in fact, throughout the known world. It's descended from such ins... Read >
Author: Albert Reid

The Six Goddesses of Greek Mythology

17th March 2010
Six goddesses ruled from Mt. Olympus according to the tales of classical-era mythology. Hera is considered the queen of the Greek Gods, both wife and sister to Zeus according to Greek mythology. Greek mythology holds up the goddesses as protectors and ste... Read >
Author: Vance Lassiter

The Self-Destructive Path of Narcissism

18th February 2010
Do you look in the mirror to admire yourself more often that normal people would? Do you believe that you're more important person than everybody else? Do people say that you're self-centered and you believe that it's okay to be like that? Once there ... Read >
Author: Lino Rivas

Why Give Flowers?

22nd October 2009
When can a flower be perfect as a gift? Flowers have long been considered as one of the most desirable and elegant gift that a man could give to a woman. But other than giving it to a woman or a girl, flowers could also be given to others in a certain kin... Read >
Author: Samantha

Charm others with Pandora charms

17th March 2009
Once you have bought your basic bracelet, you can start choosing from a vast range of Pandora charms to add to the bracelet. Since Pandora's foundation, the range of charms available has continuously grown to now incorporate over two hundred different cha... Read >
Author: Mel C

Have a Street Map of Paphos in Cyprus and Discover the Town

11th February 2009
Paphos town has a strong connection with Greek mythology and history, to discover the town pick up a street map of Paphos in Cyprus and take time out to wander around; as there is so much to see. Paphos was the capital of Cyprus under the Ptolemy's, who w... Read >
Author: Kate Smith

Achilles Heel Pain; Don't Let It Slow Your Run

05th November 2008
We all know of Achilles, the Trojan War Hero of Greek Mythology. His mother tried to make him immortal by dipping him the river Styx. Unfortunately she missed a spot on his heel. So the story goes that he was struck by an arrow in that spot and he was kil... Read >
Author: Dr. Christopher Segler

Should Man Live According To The Bible?

18th June 2008
There is a book called the Bible which we have all heard of as the one that is the word of God straight from him concerning all from the world's creation to our own while not excluding how he believes we should behave toward not only him but each other. T... Read >
Author: Gianni Truvianni
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