Celebrating the 12th Full Moon Social Media Event with Pie, Contests, and Moon Pie #FullMoonEngageMe

Celebrating the 12th Full Moon Social Media Event with Pie, Contests, and Moon Pie #FullMoonEngageMe

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The Full Pink Moon

This April full Moon heralded the appearance of the moss pink, or wild ground phlox (one of the first spring flowers). It is also known as the Sprouting Grass Moon, the Seed Moon, the Egg Moon, and the Fish Moon since it is also the time of year when fish would swim upstream to spawn. Historically, Native Americans living in what is now the northern and eastern United States kept track of the seasons by giving a distinctive name to each full Moon. With some variations, the same Moon names were used throughout the Algonquian tribes from New England to Lake Superior.

#FullMoonEngageMe Social Media Event N°12 Schedule

The event will start on Wednesday the 1st of April 2015 at +/- 07:00 UTC and will last until Tuesday the 7th at +/- 24:00 in HERE.

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God’s Design For Our Nutrition?

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I am proud to admit that I’m a man of faith. I do not subscribe to blind religious ritual, but believe that for the spiritual things ‘make sense’, and that spiritual logic tends to unfold as the Creator begins to reveal it to the human mind. That said, I wish to share something I discovered in the Holy Bible.

You see, when I started sharing information with friends about health and nutrition, the fanatical  ones would tell me that they believe only in “divine health” and therefore do not need ‘drugs’ (referring to food supplements). Although I am a committed Christian, I found their stance to be irrational, and decided to look at the Holy Writ for something that could help them.

The Bible says this of itself: All scripture is given by the inspiration of God and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, and for instruction. It…

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