Monday, February 16, 2009

Good News From Mary Feb. 16, 2009

Silly Prayers

Is there such a thing as a "silly prayer"?

If you want to dialogue on a topic that has dual perspectives from those inside of the church bottle, as well as the culture reading the label on the outside of our bottle, this is it.

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Ideas on Rebuilding Your Nest Egg

I recently heard someone make a wisecrack that the only two good financial positions these days are: Cash and Fetal.

If you are a part of the human race, you are very aware that 2008 was a devastating year for investors. Now, there was a time when that wouldn’t have included most Americans. But that was then, this is now. Today’s investors aren't just the rich, Wall Street types. They are us. Today most Americans are dependent on their own investment prowess to prepare for their futures. That means most retirees don’t have the old fashioned pension plans to fall back on. And those who do are becoming increasingly concerned that those “guaranteed” nets may not be there when they lean back.

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10 Easy Ways to Get Organized

1. Hang up your keys. (Preferably by the door.)

2, Find a place for your purse, coat, gloves and other frequently used items and always keep them there.

3. Make your bed each day as soon as you crawl out of it.

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Rush is on to tailor cancer care

The days of one-size-fits-all cancer treatment are numbered: A rush of new research is pointing the way to tailor chemotherapy and other care to what's written in a tumor's genes.

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Four new pennies chronicle Lincoln's rise from log cabin

The first of four new pennies chronicling Abraham Lincoln's rise from a small Kentucky cabin will be put into circulation Thursday to honor the 16th president's 200th birthday.

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