John Morgan: Right before my dad passed

John Morgan
John Morgan

I am posting this post verbatim from http://www.unitedforcare.org/right_before_my_dad_passed because it is vital that Florida enact this law, I beg all Floridians to get out and vote for this on November 4, 2014. Although over 80% of Floridians believe Medical Marijuana should be available to people like myself who are suffering the measure requires over 60% of the voters to vote in favor for it to pass and become law. Strangely, many of the opponents to this measure are not residents of Florida and I have read that the largest contributor that funds the opposition movement supports Medical Marijuana in Israel, but opposes it in Florida. Please get out and vote and consider volunteering to knock on doors or contribute to this effort in anyway you can.
Coleman Weeks

Then in June 2013 we found out my Hepatitis "C" was chronic and had a test result that showed I was prime for developing cancer.
Then in June 2013 we found out my Hepatitis “C” was chronic and had a test result that showed I was prime for developing cancer.

 

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John Morgan: Right before my dad passed

Posted by United For Care on August 25, 2014 ·

I watched cancer take my dad, slowly and painfully. I know so many of you have been through similar experiences, watching an illness consume someone close to you, eating away at their quality of life.

That helpless feeling… not being able to make it better, to alleviate their suffering, is one of the worst feelings in the word. In our case, despite my dad’s concerns about the legality, we were able to convince him to try marijuana.

And here’s what happened: his pain eased, his appetite came back, he was able to ease off the narcotics, and for a while, he felt better.

I’m one of thousands of contributors in support of medical marijuana and Amendment 2. Will you join me? Please donate here.

Medical marijuana is legal in nearly half of the states in the country. And where it’s legal – none of the scary, apocalyptic consequences promised by the opposition have come true. Violent crime has gone down, youth consumption has remained flat, and society has not collapsed. I

Here’s what did happen: patients got access to another form of medicine, safer and less addicting than what doctors were legally allowed to recommend before.

We’re going to win this thing – but the No on 2 folks are well funded and pushing a lot of misinformation. We need your help:

Please join me in supporting Amendment 2, compassionate care for patients that need it, and help us to victory. Contribute today.

Thank you,

John Morgan
Chairman
United for Care

http://www.unitedforcare.org/right_before_my_dad_passed

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MARSocial Special Interview: Author #1 Coleman Weeks

International Book Promotion

The MARSocial authors have been a wonderful support to all indie authors and IBP has decided to host a special author group interview for them. We have 11 authors joining us in this exciting interview session and we will be revealing the answers for all 11 questions as soon as we receive the answers from everyone. 

Here is something about author #1: Coleman Weeks

Coleman Weeks is an ardent Indie Author, featuring several genre including Fiction Inspirational, Mystery and soon to be published Fictional children’s “Garden Games” and two fictional Histories, an American History “Crackertails” and an under construction effort in an International history “Jungle Heat”. Coleman also dabbles in Non-Fiction Inspirational in the published novel and guide “How do We Feed the World’s Starving?”.

If being in love means never having to say your sorry, surely Coleman believes being an Indie Author means having no boundaries.
Coleman participated in…

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What in the World is Happening?

What we can do:

The Crazy Lady Speaks

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I try to see the humor in things. I really do.

Alas, some things just aren’t funny—like the occurring genocide of Christians, Kurds, Jews, and other cultures by terrorists groups like the vicious and evil ISIS.

I do not pretend to be a political person. But, I am a caring person—someone who is watching in horror, the happenings around the world.

What can we do? What?

Nothing is guaranteed. Nothing. Life can be snuffed out in a second. I know. I was at death’s door at one time, then brought back. I was given a second chance, if you will. I was given a special insight as to what really matters.

This is what we can do: We can love those around us. Hold them tightly, as if it is your last day on earth, for indeed, it just might be.

What is happening in the world only instills in…

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AURAS, ASTRAL TRAVELS, THE THIRD EYE, IN SEARCH OF THE MIRACULOS, AND MISSCONCEPTIONS OF THE SPIRITUAL LIFE

Kone, Krusos, Kronos

Fortune Teller

“No one in this world, so far as I know—

and I have searched the record for years,

and employed agents to help me—

has ever lost money by underestimating

the intelligence of the great masses

of the plain people.”

H.L. Mencken

Lobsang Rampa

When I was fifteen years of age, I first heard of the Third Eye, reading an infamous book of the same title “The Third Eye”, followed soon by “Doctor From Lasha” and many other titles, by a British author named Cyril Henry Hoskins, otherwise known for his name de plume as Tuesday Lobsang Rampa, it was my introduction to the mysterious secret kingdom of Tibet and the miraculous, all powerful Lamas. I swallowed  hook, line and sinker! Rampa’s two or three first books, even if I got some doubts about his flying in a kite, the opening of his third eye, by the literal perforation of…

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Gravity vs. Supermoon Whoever Wins We Lose

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1moon10Everywhere I turn people are talking about the Supermoon.
Have we run out of superheroes?
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes not as exciting as expected?
Bored with soccer?
The heat finally getting to us?
Is the moon this close to Earth really affecting our brains?
I have no answers; just curious.

Thinking of this Supermoon and all the fuss I thought I’d finally watch Gravity, it seemed somehow fitting.
Someone should have warned me I needed anti-nausea pills.
I felt like I was spinning…and it wasn’t just George Clooney, handsome devil.

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While I enjoyed Gravity, I had a few issues, with the movie, although real gravity and I have had many issues over the years, and now it’s involving my face…

1.Sandra Bullock should not look this good, even with help.

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2. I wanted to hear the end of George Clooney’s story…

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