Thanksgiving - A special time, a special story

Posted by Rob Beale on Wed, Nov 25, 2009 @ 04:36 PM

Thanksgiving is a time to be with family and friends and to cherish every moment of it.  This holiday, with all the smells from the kitchen and family coming to visit, embed some incredible memories.

Recently, I was reading about a spiritual warrior named Huston Smith. This man has trained with Zen masters in Japan, camped with aborigines in Australia and dropped peyote with Native American shamans. He didn't just study religions; he lived them.  He was also responsible for introducing the Dali Lama to the west. But this story is not about his great spiritual achievements but rather about the toughest battle of his life, losing his youngest child to cancer. 

We wanted to share this story with you because of the power and the spiritual strength that his daughter possessed in dealing with death.  

The following is an excerpt from the story:

"Nobody wants to learn from a child how to die well, but I learned it from Karen," he said. 

Smith traveled around the world to study under some of the most famous spiritual masters. But it was his daughter who became one of his greatest teachers.

"She taught me nobility of spirit," he said.

He said Karen's courage continues to "console" and "guide" him as he draws closer to his furthest shore.

He can still hear Karen's final words as she slipped away in her bed.

"I hear the ocean," she said. "I can smell the ocean now."

To read this wonderful and heartfelt story please go here

...And from all of us here at Evolution Hair Centers we wish you a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving holiday! 

 

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America's Healthiest and Unhealthiest States

Posted by Rob Beale on Tue, Nov 17, 2009 @ 05:46 PM

It's that time of year of again....The Annual National rankings published by the United Health Foundation lists the healthiest and unhealthiest states.  The foundation looks at 22 indicators of health, including everything from obesity and smoking rates, to cancer deaths.

To see where your state ranks go here

Remember that the condition or your hair can tell a lot about your health, make sure you're eating a well balanced diet and getting plenty of exercise. 

 

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Don't Get Hat Head! Chase Utley's Hair during the 2009 World Series

Posted by Rob Beale on Thu, Oct 29, 2009 @ 07:02 PM

What a night for Chase Utley, who set a major league record and hit a pair of home runs to help the Phillies beat the Yankees 6-1 in Game 1 of the World Series.

Pretty good for a guy supposedly nursing injuries. Utley also had a big opener in the World Series last season, homering against the Rays in Game 1.

But if you haven't seen Utley with his batting helmet off before, you might be wondering: What's up with the greasy kids stuff in his hair?

At first it looks like he has an uncontrollable sweating problem above the neck, but it's not his glands. In case you missed the reports last season, Utley uses something called LA Looks hair gel to ensure he never has "hat hair." This recently was confired by Philly fan @Aprouja, who has heard Utley say as much in a radio interview.

To read the full article by David Brown go here:

http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/blog/big_league_stew/post/Two-homers-for-Chase-Utley-who-looks-slick-mda;_ylt=Aht.mqZdCqhK2yZT0txz_545nYcB?urn=mlb,198886

 

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