Intuition and Healing: A Transformative Journey | Naomi Horii"

“Empowerment Through Intuition and Healing: A Transformative Journey | Naomi Horii”

The journey towards transformation is marked by moments of introspection, connection, and revelation, where the boundaries between the self and the infinite blur. As we navigate life’s challenges, spirituality can guide us toward inner peace, resilience, and a deeper understanding of our existence. Intuitive reader, healer and teacher Naomi Horii has dedicated her life to helping people uncover their innate strength, heal their deepest wounds, and reach more of their fullest potential.

Conserving Art Is Preserving History | Dr. Jan Cavanaugh

Art is one of the most universally accepted ways of learning about our world’s history. It gives the viewer the unique perspective of what it was like to live through significant periods of time. Dr. Jan Cavanaugh, PhD, MAC, has worn 3 hats: art curator, art history professor, and currently paintings conservator. As a Conservator of Paintings she understands first hand what it truly means to maintain the stories that art has told, and will continue to tell for future generations. In a growing digital age where we all have access to an unlimited amount of information in our pockets, it’s never been more important to preserve the mediums that tell our world’s stories.

Michele Stoudt Wright Author Entrepreneur Life Coach Associate Pastor

The Transformative Power of Faith | Michele Stoudt-Wright

In the dance of life, faith offers a wealth of wisdom, guiding individuals through challenges and transformation. It is a light that shines in moments of doubt, a strength that sustains through trials, and a compass that directs towards a purpose greater than oneself. In this narrative of faith’s power, we encounter Michele Stoudt-Wright. Her journey to becoming an author, entrepreneur, life coach and associate pastor exemplifies the profound influence of devotion in shaping one’s destiny.

Original Mickey Mouse Cartoon Enters Public Domain, Here’s What We Already Have To Look Forward To 

Steamboat Willie, the original Mickey Mouse cartoon, officially lost its US copyright protection on January 1st 2024, making its likeness available to the public, who have already taken advantage of having legal access to the iconic character.

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The New York Times Is Suing Microsoft And OpenAI Over Copyright Infringement 

OpenAI and Microsoft are being sued by the New York Times over copyright infringement, alleging that the two companies’ artificial intelligence technology has illegally copied millions of articles from the Times to train AI services like ChatGPT.

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London Man Runs 365 Marathons In 365 Days For ‘Hope For Justice’ Charity

41-year-old Aaron Robinson has run 365 marathons in 365 days, a major accomplishment for not only himself, but Hope For Justice, the anti-human trafficking charity where he works.

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New York State To Study Potential Reparations For Residents Of African Descent

New York State has created a commission to study potential reparations for state residents of African descent. This would make New York the second state to look into reparations after California.

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‘Move Afrika’ Initiative To Bring More Live Music To Africa Kicks Off With Kendrick Lamar Concert

‘Move Afrika’ was initially launched by the grandson of Nelson Mandela, Kweku, as a means of “promoting health and equity, defending our planet, and creating jobs and economic opportunity” through the power of live music and bringing some of the largest touring artists to Africa.

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Study Finds Earth’s Carbon Dioxide Levels Are Highest In Human History 

A new study has found that the current carbon dioxide levels on Earth are the highest they’ve been in all of human history.

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Scientists Warn Of Multiple Tipping Points In Climate Change

A new scientific report has warned that the continued warming of the planet could trigger not only the collapse of the Greenland ice sheet, the single largest contributor to global sea levels rising, but also multiple environmental “tipping points” that will be irreversible.