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Mark Harmons Biography

Mark Harmon was born on September 2, 1951, in Burbank, California. His father, Tom Harmon, was a sports broadcaster and his mother, Elyse Knox was a former actress. Tom Harmon also had been an All-American in the University of Michigan football program, as well as being a Heisman trophy winner. …

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Reflections the Book of Malachi

March 18, 2008 For my daily quiet time this morning, I was meditating on Malachi 3:16: “Then those who revered the LORD spoke with one another. The LORD took note and listened, and a book of remembrance was written before him of those who revered the LORD and thought on …

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Links between Buddhism and Hinduism

Hinduism and Buddhism are two of the most influential religions that exist today. Both religions originated from the south of Asia and have the similar philosophies and culture. They also share the same type of philosophy and culture. Although Hinduism and Buddhism are similar by comparison, both religions share more philosophical …

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Balanced Spiritual Life

Diabetes is one of the toughest diseases to battle. Without treatment, Diabetes can take the best of us by destroying our kidneys, heart, and so forth. It calls for “balance” in our bodies in what we digest: if we digest too much sugar, our blood sugar level would likely be …

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Steven Spielberg King of Filmmaking

The one-night screening of the 140-minute film “Firelight,” telling the story of a team of scientists investigating mysterious lights in the sky, was a family affair. The director’s father rented out the theater, while his mother and sisters sold popcorn and sodas. That 16-year-old director’s name? Steven Spielberg. You could …

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TV Show Reviews Benidorm

‘Benidorm’ is a situation comedy about the Brits abroad. Every single cliche and stereotype is employed – and then some. Creator and script writer Derren Litten has brought a masterpiece of observation to the screen, and, like all the best sitcoms, it’s based on truth, with just a bit – …

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