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H.R. 2036-Protecting Our Undocumented Foster Youth

By Daphne Muñoz and Maria Elias: With the 2014 primary elections nearby, immigration reform is an issue that has been heavily discussed amongst voters. Immigration reform aims to address the various issues that impact our society, including but not limited to poverty, homelessness, and access to education. These are issues that affect our entire immigrant population, including our youth.

I learned the beginning of this process from always believing I needed to hear jazz while studying, in order to help keep my sanity. But when I started doing higher realms of thinking, it became clear that my Attention power was reduced by anything that also demanded some of its energy be shared, even to the tiniest degree

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What most impressed me was listening to their real, plain, and simple Common Sense principles of “Right” living they gained through observation, trial and tribulations, and reflection.

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The mythological gods and goddesses of ancient Greece and Rome came from Ancient Africa. One was the Egyptian Goddess Matet–known in Greece as Leucothea and Hebe while in Rome as Luventas, Eos, Ilithya, Mater Matuta, and Aurora.

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From a human perspective, the Cosmos has an Unseen portion and a Seen Physical World (known by the 12 Senses–color, sound, smell, taste, balance, motion, direction, heat, cold, weight, tactility, and pressure). The Unseen Unknowable Reality subdivision includes the Spiritual and the Subjective Realms

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To ancient Eastern Philosophers, “Vivid” referred to the Cosmic-Spirit—the life-force energy (Universal Energy or Ch’i, Ether, Prana) that penetrates, pervades, and enlivens all things. By being essential to life it conveys the idea of freshness in whatever is full of life inside or outside the mind.

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It snowed in Cairo for the first time in 100 years. The United Kingdom had the strongest tidal surge in 60 years. In January, Alaskans mothballed their jackets, and bears, like little children, refused to go to sleep.

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The expression: “It is darkest before the dawn” characterizes my sense of what is now nationally going on in the Selfhoods of many Black Americans. This sense is drawn out of the atmosphere of something drastic happening, of which most are at a loss to pin-point what it is. Contributing to this sense are rumblings of USA people’s dissatisfaction and from increasing numbers of telephone calls and visits to my home from those I have not heard from in years.

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The American Winter is reshaping America just as the Arab Spring reshaped Egypt and Tunisia. One-by-one corrupt politicians have been driven out of office, just like the Arab Spring, and a populist attitude has taken command with the view that the old way of governing must die.

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Climate Change is not a future problem in California; it is here today. Governor Brown finally declared a water emergency on January 17, 2014, but California’s problems are more systemic than reduced rain.

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