Sugar is poison according to Don Karl Juravin

Sugar is poison according to Don Karl Juravin

Don Karl Juravin - HOLY LAND MAN

Don Karl Juravin – HOLY LAND MAN

We love #sugar. We are genetically wired to love sugar. Food manufacturers make us addictive to sugar using 56 names, all SUGAR in disguise, states Don Juravin

I call on the FDA not to allow the food manufacturers to deceive us. Any ingredient containing mainly sugar should be considered as sugar. As of now, the FDA is responsible for our sugar addiction.”

— Don Karl Juravin

ORLANDO, FL, UNITED STATES, April 18, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — We love sugar. We are genetically wired to love sugar. Sugar activates a rewarding spot in our brain. The brain uses 25% of our daily energy, more than any other organ and glucose is its source of fuel.

I’m Don Juravin and I LOVE HELPING people getting better HEALTH, love, happiness, and success.

I concluded that the FDA is not PROTECTING our health enough from deception.

The FDA is not explaining the danger of sugar clearly enough. Let’s exposed the food manufacturers tricks since 50% of our daily sugar consumption is from ingredients that are not clearly marked as sugar.


I found out that Food manufacturers are getting us addicted to sugar by using different sugar names to confuse us on the food label. 75% of all foods hide sugar under deceitful names. Why?

The ingredients on a food label must be listed according to their weight. The food manufacturer wants to avoid listing a sugary ingredient at the top 3 of 5. Therefore they will break it into many sugary ingredients to still maintain the high sugar content and list them at the end.

Instead of adding pure sugar, Food manufacturers add few of the 56 sugar like ingredients.  That achieves their deceiving goal: not having to list "added sugar" in the "carbohydrates" section. The result: we're tricked into believing that the rest of the ingredients are natural.

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All of these names are SUGAR in disguise:

Barley malt
Barbados sugar
Beet sugar
Brown sugar
Buttered syrup
Cane juice
Cane sugar
Corn syrup
Corn syrup solids
Confectioner’s sugar
Carob syrup
Castor sugar
Date sugar
Dehydrated cane juice
Demerara sugar
Diastatic malt
Ethyl maltol
Free flowing brown sugars
Fruit juice
Fruit juice concentrate
Glucose solids
Golden sugar
Golden syrup
Granulated sugar
Grape sugar
High fructose corn syrup
Icing sugar
Invert sugar
Malt syrup
Maple syrup
Powdered sugar
Raw sugar
Refiner’s syrup
Rice syrup
Turbinado sugar
Yellow sugar

FDA sugars: https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/interactivenutritionfactslabel/sugars.html



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Winner of Jason Kulpa Wife Scholarship For Military Wives Announced

Jessica Zieran of Yavapai College Arizona has been announced as the winner of the Jason Kulpa Wife Scholarship.

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, USA, April 18, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Jessica Zieran of Yavapai College, Arizona is the winner of the $1000 Jason Kulpa Wife Scholarship–a scholarship designed to help student wives with husbands enlisted in the armed forces. To qualify, students were asked to submit a 500-word essay following the prompt “How has your military connection inspired you in your pursuit of higher education?"

In her story, Zieran establishes herself as a leader, a hard worker, and someone with both an excitement for both life and learning. Her story speaks to a desire for continuous learning to support her family in a future career. Zieran also reflects on the difficulties that can come from a relationship with a serviceman as well as the comfort, stability, and courage that they have found in each other.

The Jason Kulpa Wife Scholarship is offered by Jason Kulpa, founder and CEO of UE.co, and his wife. The scholarship was open until April 15, 2019, and drew many talented and passionate applications in its efforts to help lower the financial burden for military families attaining a college degree. Kulpa and his wife offered the scholarship saying "It is our hope that these scholarships will celebrate students who are leaders both in the classroom and in their communities."

If Zieran's enthusiasm for her education, talent in writing, and dedication to her husband are any indication, the scholarship committee couldn't have found a better fit for Mr. Kulpa's objective.

See more scholarships from Jason Kulpa at jasonkulpascholarship.com.

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Scientology Information Center Delivers Talks on Scientology: From Millennials to Baby Boomers

Scientology Information Center Open to Visitors of All Ages

Ms. Amber Skjelset, Scientology Information Center Manager, answering questions from Miami visitors on April 14th. The Scientology Information Center hosts regular events and receptions for members of the community. The center is open daily from 10am-10pm

The Scientology Information Center in the historic downtown Clearwater Bank Building provides visitors with answers to Scientology and community events.

While the presentations were held on separate days and the guests ages ranged from their 20s to their 80s, the one thing they shared in common was their curiosity about Scientology,”

— Amber Skjelset, Manager of the Scientology Information Center

CLEARWATER, FL, US, April 18, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — On Saturday April 13th and Sunday April 14th Students from St. Pete College Clearwater Campus and a retirement sight-seeing group from Miami visited the Scientology Information Center receiving talks about Scientology.

“While the presentations were held on separate days and the guests ages ranged from their 20s to their 80s, the one thing they shared in common was their curiosity about Scientology, and their desire to learn about its beliefs and principles for themselves,” said Ms. Amber Skjelset, the Scientology Information Center’s Manager.

During each presentation, Ms. Skjelset welcomed the guests, 45 in all, and provided a description about how the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization located in Downtown Clearwater is the world spiritual headquarters, and that there are Scientology Churches and groups spanning 6 continents and 167 nations.

To give her personal perspective, she shared insight about her upbringing, how using Scientology benefited her in life and how it inspired her to working with the Church for the past 22 years.

Guests watched videos from the new Scientology TV network which provided an overview of the religious services and beliefs of Scientology. Following the videos, guests were able to ask questions, get further information and materials and get any misconceptions cleared up.

One student summed up the talk by saying, “I’ve lived in Largo all my life and I had no idea what Scientology really was. I understand it better now.”

The Scientology Information Center is open daily from 10am-10pm for self-guided tours. Group presentations for the community at the Center which can be scheduled by contacting the Manager, Ms. Amber Skjelset, at 727-467-6966 or e-mail her at amber@cos.flag.org.

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The 100 year-old historic Clearwater Building was purchased by the Church of Scientology in 1975. Built in 1918, the property originally served as the Bank of Clearwater. In 2015, it was re-opened to the public as the Scientology Information Center where the community can learn about Scientology and its beliefs and founder, L. Ron Hubbard, or attend community events. For more information on Scientology, visit www.scientology.org or the Scientology Network on DirecTV channel 320, or streaming at www.scientology.tv or apps at appleTV, fireTV and ROKU

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Park University Spearheads Effort of Congress-Led Systematic Review of Minorities Being Denied Medal of Honor

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House of Representatives and Senate Have Introduced Bipartisan Bills

PARKVILLE, MISSOURI, USA, April 18, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate have introduced separate bills to require the systematic review of minority veterans who served in World War I. Park University has been the driving force behind the bipartisan bills introduced in Congress on April 10 (H.R.2249) and April 11 (S.1218).

The Valor Medals Review is being conducted by the University’s George S. Robb Centre for the Study of the Great War and the Valor Medals Review Task Force which was formed in August 2018 in conjunction with the Foundation for the Commemoration of the World Wars on behalf of the U.S. World War I Centennial Commission.

The legislation, if signed into law, will require the Department of Defense to carry out a systematic review of select members of the U.S. Armed Forces, who, in spite of valorous deeds, may have been denied the Medal of Honor due to race. The bills also waive the statute of limitations associated with any cases identified by the review, authorizing the award of a Medal of Honor to any individuals identified by the DOD in the study.

To be eligible for the review, a veteran must have received a Distinguished Service Cross and/or received/been recommended for a Medal of Honor or the French Croix de Guerre with palm. Additionally, the veteran must be African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic-American, Jewish-American or Native American. With the exception of Native Americans, this criteria is based exactly on existing precedent used by Congress since the beginning of the systematic reviews in the 1990s. Though excluded by the World War II and later reviews, Native Americans are included in this review as their World War I service predates the Indian Citizenship Act of 1924 (also known as the Snyder Act).

The Valor Medals Review Task Force is comprised of volunteer scholars and veterans prepared to complete the records collection phase of the project using private donations, precluding the need for government appropriation to finance the most costly and time-consuming aspects of the effort. In its first eight months of operation, the Task Force has been endorsed by the two largest veteran service organizations in the nation — the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars — as well as by more than a dozen other veteran and military service organizations, the grandson of Alvin Cullum York (known as Sergeant York) and three retired flag officers.

The VMRTF’s research team is chaired by Timothy Westcott, Ph.D., associate professor of history at Park University and director of Park’s George S. Robb Centre for the Study of the Great War, and Jeffrey Sammons, Ph.D., professor of history at New York University. The Centre’s namesake, a 1912 Park University graduate, was a white officer in the “Harlem Hellfighters” (the mostly black 369th Regiment of New York), a World War I hero and a 1919 Medal of Honor recipient.

Despite comprising two combat divisions, including the “Harlem Hellfighters,” which logged more combat days and casualties than any other American regiment, none of the more than 367,000 African-Americans soldiers who served in the World War I received the Medal of Honor.

The House of Representatives bill, which has been referred to the House Committee on Armed Services, is sponsored by J. French Hill, (R-Ark.), and co-sponsored by Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.), Sam Graves, (R-Mo.) and Chrissy Houlahan (D-Pa.). The Senate bill, which has been referred to the Senate Committee on Armed Services, is sponsored by Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.), and co-sponsored by Roy Blunt (R-Mo.), Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) and Tim Scott (R-S.C.).

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Financial Literacy Rocks Pontiac All Week Long – Come Rock with Us to Empower Pontiac's Youth Through Music

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Funding the Future's GOODING & The Reminders perform a song composed with Accent Pontiac youth about financial literacy at Rock 'n' Art$ at The Strand on 5/3.

Accent Pontiac provides a vibrant, learning environment that enables us to further open up our programming to younger youth who are ready to start incorporating financial literacy into their lives.”

— Carolyn Powell, Funding the Future CEO

PONTIAC, MI, UNITED STATES, April 18, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Accent Pontiac partners with Funding the Future to facilitate a week-long composing workshop with a financial literacy focus culminating in the Rock ‘n’ Art$ family-friendly concert on Friday, May 3rd at 7:30 p.m. at the Flagstar Strand Theatre. The event provides students and their families critical financial literacy concepts inspiring financial focus and growth through music and the arts.

Funding the Future’s rock band GOODING and hip hop group The Reminders will work under the musical direction of Dan Trahey to write a song with Accent Pontiac students about making smart financial decisions. They are using art created by Pontiac students for the Andy Meisner Financial Literacy Multimedia Art Contest as relatable inspiration.

“Accent Pontiac provides a vibrant, learning environment that enables us to further open up our programming to younger youth who are ready to start incorporating financial literacy concepts into their daily lives,” shared Funding the Future’s CEO Carolyn Powell. “Learning through music is fun and we can make an incredible impact by making music with this original composition!”

Funding the Future is known for its innovative approach of using a live musical concert to get students to pay attention to a straight-from-the-heart personal finance lesson that follows. In addition to the afternoon composing sessions, GOODING and The Reminders will be visiting area middle and high schools throughout the week to share the Funding the Future magic.

“We are proud to partner with FTF to bring their unique, collaborative teaching approach to Accent Pontiac with such an urgent message that is never too early to learn,” said Accent Pontiac’s Executive Director Tina Rowan. “Plus, using artwork created by high school students in our community makes the message relevant to our youth.”

The inspiration art pieces are selected from Oakland County Treasurer Andy Meisner’s annual Financial Literacy Multimedia Art Contest for Oakland County high school students. This is the first year that the winner’s artwork will serve as inspiration for a musical composition.

The inspiring work will be debuted Friday, May 3rd at 7:30 p.m. at Rock ‘n’ Art$ during the Pontiac Arts Crawl at the historic Flagstar Strand Theatre. The artists will perform with the youth musicians and then headline sets of their own. Tickets are only $10, and all proceeds benefit Funding the Future and Accent Pontiac.

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Funding for the Future is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that brings musical artists to different middle and high schools, student groups, and kid-oriented organizations to provide a free, engaging live concert followed by a crucial and impactful lesson in financial literacy. Since FTF launched in 2014 in Wyoming, it has provided nearly 150,000 students in 34 states and 4 Canadian provinces with essential financial literacy tools. FTF believes all youth can learn critical financial skills, define their future, and obtain professional and personal success. Learn more at www.fundingthefuturelive.org.


Accent Pontiac is an El Sistema-inspired music program in Pontiac, MI, and uses music as a vehicle for social change. A partner with the Pontiac School District since 2016, Accent Pontiac currently serves over 250 students each week with free during and after-school music classes. Participating students receive up to four days per week of after-school music classes, including instruction on percussion, brass, and woodwind instruments. Accent Pontiac is dedicated to the belief that all students deserve equitable access to a robust music education. Learn more at www.accentpontiac.org.

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Foundation for a Drug-Free World Shines the Light on 2019 Drug-Free Heroes

2019 Drug-Free Heroes

2019 Drug-Free World Heroes, L-R: Dr. Veronica Walters; Amy Ronshausen; Julio Viera; Robert Dinkel; Julieta Santagostino, President FDFW FL; Harlem Globetrotter ‘Shake-N-Bake’; Stephanie Klimke, ED FDFW FL; Pastor Moses Brown, Daniel Zsido and Michael DeLeon.

While drug-related tragedies get plenty of exposure, drug-free heroes work on challenges unseen to create untold miracles.

Knowledge is power and at the Foundation for a Drug-Free World, we are working hard every day to empower others with knowledge.”

— Julieta Santagostino,President of the FDFW Fl Chapter

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, USA, April 18, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — On Saturday evening 13 April 2019, the Foundation for a Drug-Free World (FDFW) Florida chapter held its 3rd Annual Drug-Free World Heroes Awards Banquet in the auditorium of Clearwater's historic Fort Harrison, shedding light on several unsung heroes and community leaders who battle the effects of drugs everyday. Some 300 people attended from many different organizations all over Tampa Bay and beyond, including law enforcement officers, teachers, pastors, and heads of non-profit organizations.

The event opened with the Boy Scouts of America Troop 313 posting the Colors and the Pinellas Sheriff’s Police Athletic League’s drumline performance.

The President of the FDFW Florida chapter, Julieta Santagostino, was the MC for the evening. She noted that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that in 2017 there were nearly 200 drug overdose deaths a day in the US – that’s about 72,000 a year, which is more than the number of U.S. troops who died in the entire Vietnam War.

Santagostino said, “Drugs don’t discriminate. We’ve seen this clearly in the Opioid epidemic which is destroying lives across all races and socio-economic classes. But the addicts aren’t the only ones suffering. Families are left distraught from the overdose deaths and communities are at the effect of drug crimes, making it a more dangerous environment for everyone.”

The speakers brought this home with their powerful testimonials: Michael DeLeon, founder and CEO of Steered Straight; Dr. Veronica Walters, motivational speaker, author, educator and founder of the Walters Academy for Entrepreneurship in Tampa; and original Harlem “Shake and Bake” Globetrotter, Frank Streety. They spoke of how drugs affected their lives, their decision to do something effective about drugs and how FDFW is helping them with that mission.

Frank Streety was the final speaker and he presented two Harlem Globetrotter basketballs to FDFW for their work in providing true information about drugs.

The first award winner was Pastor Moses Brown, founder of Feeding Our Children Ministries who has included educating children about drugs in his mission for over 30 years. Second was Julio Viera from Puerto Rico who became a police officer in 1996, started delivering drug education and is now a drug education counselor and certified Life Coach. The third winner, Dan Zsido, serves as the Education and Training Director with the National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators. The fourth award winner, Robert Dinkel, a retired major from the Broward Sheriff’s Department, brought The D.A.R.E. drug education program to Broward County. The final award winner was Amy Ronshausen, the Executive Director of Drug Free America Foundation.

Julieta Santagostino wrapped up the evening by reminding the guests about FDFW’s mission: “Knowledge is power and at the Foundation for a Drug-Free World, we are working hard every day to empower others with knowledge. Be it through our educational seminars that are delivered throughout the state or by handing out our Truth About Drugs booklets to thousands at community events, door to door, at parades and even sporting events.” She then invited the audience to volunteer and get the free FDFW materials out into their communities.

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The Foundation for a Drug-Free World is a non-profit organization that educates youth and the community on the truth about illicit drugs so they can make the right decision live drug-free. The Church of Scientology is a sponsor of the program making it possible for the foundation to provide educational materials at no cost to educators, law enforcement and the community. It was the founder of the Scientology religious philosophy who said, “Research has demonstrated that the single most destructive element present in our current culture is drugs."

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Attorney Frank Lauletta comments on whether a real estate acquirer may collect pre-closing rent from an existing tenant

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Frank Lauletta, Partner at the Law Firm Lauletta Birnbaum

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In real estate acquisitions, buyers sometimes buy the property with an existing tenant. Attorney Frank Lauletta discusses a recent appellate case in this regard

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In this case, the buyer failed to include a provision that it was buying the accounts receivable and paying consideration therefor.”

— Frank A. Lauletta, Attorney at Lauletta Birnbaum

SEWELL, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, April 18, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Business Attorney Frank A. Lauletta published a comment of interest to real estate investors acquiring property with existing tenants. While this is an Illinois case, the issue could have implications in other states as well. In 1002 E. 87th Street, LLC v. Midway Broadcasting Corp, a decision from the Appellate Court of Illinois, the Court ruled on whether unpaid rent that accrued prior to the purchase by a new landlord can be collected by the new landlord afterwards. The Midway Court answered in the negative, holding that the new landlord had no standing to sue for rent that accrued before the purchase. The comment will be published in full on the Blog of Mr. Lauletta at https://franklaulettablog.blogspot.com/

As the Court put it, “[t]he facts are relatively simple. Midway operated a radio station at 1002 E. 87th Street, Chicago, leasing the space from Jeff BV Commercial, LLC (Jeff BV). Melody Spann Cooper and Pierre Cooper signed the lease as guarantors. Jeff BV sold the property to Glass Management Services, Inc., which then sold it to 1002 E. 87th Street, LLC. The lease provides that Midway will pay rent ‘without abatement, demand, deduction or offset whatsoever.’ The lease also indicates that the landlord ‘shall include the party named as such in the first paragraph thereof, its representatives, assigns and successors in title to the Premises.’ When an original owner conveys the property, the ‘[t]enant agrees to attorn to such new owner.’ This section further specifies that, when the original landlord conveys the property, all liabilities and obligations ‘accrued thereafter are terminated’ and all liabilities and obligations of the original landlord ‘shall be binding upon the new owner.’”

After the sale of the property to the new landlord, the tenants sent the monthly rent to the new landlord. The new landlord rejected the rent and demanded all the back owed rent that accrued prior to the purchase. The trial court granted the tenant’s motion to dismiss for lack of standing and granted it attorney’s fees. The landlord appealed.
The appellate court noted the respective parties’ arguments. “87th Street contends the lease established its standing. 87th Street claims the lease entitles it to demand strict compliance with the past due rent provision. 87th Street also claims rent accrual is a chose in action and, thus, freely assignable. Midway counters that 87th Street only has standing to sue for rent that comes due after it became the landlord, and not for past due rent that accrued before then. Additionally, Midway counters that rent in arrears is a chose in action that is not assignable to a new property owner.”

The Court explained that “[i]n general, a landlord has standing to sue for unpaid rent. If a landlord conveys property by warranty deed without reserving any rights, he or she also conveys the leases for the property, as well as the right to receive unaccrued rent. If a tenant fails to pay rent that becomes due, the new landlord has standing to sue for it. But the new landlord does not have a right to recover rent due from before it owned the property. The original landlord retains any right to recover past due rent.” (internal citations omitted).

Midway Court noted that “87th Street contends that it has standing to sue under the provision in the lease providing, ‘[n]o failure of landlord to exercise any power *** or to insist upon strict compliance *** and no custom or practice of the parties *** shall constitute a waiver of Landlord’s right to demand exact compliance with the terms.’ 87th Street believes that, as landlord, it can enforce the lease through this nonwaiver clause, regardless of Jeff BV’s action or inaction. 87th Street also asserts that Jeff BV’s inaction does not prevent 87th Street from demanding exact compliance with the lease.” The Court held, however, that “a demand for exact compliance with the lease does not include a nonexistent right to collect rent due before it owned the property. 87th Street cites no cases, and we have found none, stating that a new owner can use a nonwaiver clause to enforce a tenant’s obligations to a previous owner.”
The case highlights the need for prospective real estate buyers to ensure that they understand the implications of the contractual provisions as well as potential tenant rights and claims and to ensure that the contract addresses the desired outcomes. In this case the buyer failed to include a provision that it was buying the accounts receivable (i.e., past due rent) and paying consideration therefor. Furthermore, the buyer was not aware of preexisting tenant claims since it failed to require a tenant estoppel letter prior to closing requiring the tenant to explain any claims or defenses it had or be “estopped” from claiming them later.

The case is 1002 E. 87th Street, LLC v. Midway Broadcasting Corp., Docket No. 1-17-1691, available at http://www.illinoiscourts.gov/Opinions/AppellateCourt/2018/1stDistrict/1171691.pdf

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Frank Lauletta is an experienced corporate attorney who has many years of “hands on” experience in private and public companies. His practice focuses heavily on representing and counseling a broad array of companies in corporate transactions such as venture capital, corporate finance, and mergers and acquisitions.

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Family Reunited Over Board Game

The New Masters of Light Board Game is Spreading Acts of Kindness Throughout the Country

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 18, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Laura Alaimo-Magnifico had barely spoken to her brother since she was a young child. Due to a family dilemma that dragged them both into a bitter dispute, she and her brother were separated as children. Now, as adults, they could barely recognize one another.

But while playing the board game, Masters of Light, with a friend one evening, she drew a card that challenged her to “Call someone you haven’t spoken to in a long time and say I love you.”

She drew up thoughts of her estranged brother. Laura then took on the dare and left her brother a voicemail, telling him how much she loves and misses him.

That small gesture had profound effects on her family’s life. As Laura recounts: “I had only spoken to my brother off and on occasionally since I was 9 years old. I had never had a real one-on-one conversation with him. However, that night when I left that message, it was just me telling him what I really felt in my heart.”

Shortly thereafter, her brother called her back and the two met over coffee. This small gesture led them toward rebuilding a new relationship, and eventually, the whole family came together. Her family now speaks to one another nearly every day.

As silly as board games can be, they can also be powerful tools to bring families and friends together. Despite social media, study after study reports that Americans are more societally stressed and disconnected than ever before. The news media portrays hatred and negativity which compound this unhappiness.

Nader Driver, creator of the Masters of Light game, hopes that by triggering its users to perform acts of kindness and self-actualization, it can give kindness a comeback this year. The game is designed as a fun Truth or Dare, where players flip cards and with instructions that are designed to expand our hearts with positive acts for ourselves and others.

Masters of Light is now in the works to launch a Kickstarter campaign to spread their game to everyone. To purchase your own copy of Masters of Light, please visit www.kickstarter.com/projects/infinitelights/masters-of-light-release-your-greatness

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Jack and Jill, Why They Kill

Janie Got Her Gun! At 18, She Couldn't Buy a Beer in Denver, But Her Tender Age Was Okay For Buying the Shotgun She Fatally Turned On Herself!

Selling a shotgun to Sol Pais, 18, was that Denver clerk's mortal sin. Sol Pais should have been advised of the FBI's 2-week wait. Why sell her a shotgun at 18, yet she could not buy a beer until 21?”

— James E. Shaw, Ph.D.

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, April 18, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Janie Got Her Gun! Florida Teen Flies To Colorado, Infatuated by the Columbine High School Shootings of 1999, Buys a Shotgun and Fatally Shoots Herself

Dr.James E. Shaw, author of the landmark, media-heralded book, Jack and Jill, Why They Kill: Saving Our Children, Saving Ourselves, says he was stunned to hear of the tragic death of 18-year old Sol Pais, "Who wasn't even born when the unspeakably horrid Columbine shootings occurred in 1999." Shaw was one of the invited keynote speakers at the first Columbine High School commemorative ceremony, in 2000. He says, "School leaders and the communities they serve have, with the nonstop support of law enforcement, made tremendous school safety advances all across the country…and all the time." Shaw shakes his head, frowns and asks, "How is it that enlightenment about selling guns to children has not fully occurred? The Florida teenager, Sol Pais, wasn't even the legal age of 21 for buying beer in Colorado, yet she was able to easily buy a shotgun and ammunition within minutes of her plane's landing in Denver."

"Jack and Jill, Why They Kill," Shaw's book, has been hailed, on CNN, as the "smart answer for today's troubled times." Shaw spent four years inside state youth prisons, interviewing girls and boys incarcerated for having committed murder and homicide. His pioneering in-person research broke ground in an area that school leaders were only then beginning to understand. "Going to school can be hazardous to children's health," Shaw says. He praises the Jefferson County school superintendent for "his sharp instincts that drove the closing of every school in the district and locking out potential student threatners." Shaw adds: "Dr. Jason Glass stopped Jeffco's school yards from being turned–by a gun-wielding, depressed, disoriented, and disillusioned child–into grave yards."

"Jack and Jill, Why They Kill" is the outgrowth of Shaw's research inside state youth prisons that earned him a Ph.D. degree from the Claremont Graduate University, as well as Phi Delta Kappa's "Best Dissertation of the Year" award. Shaw says he is grateful to media organizations for "their constant invitations to me to be a guest expert in TV and radio on-air discussions about school safety, campus threatners, bullying, and the constant need to work cooperatively and collaboratively with local law enforcement to ensure maximum safety for everyone in the school community." Shaw says that Sol Pais "utter failure in the execution" of her purported plans to arrive at Columbine High School with her newly-purchased and loaded shotgun, "Spared the lives of others she might have encountered."

In addition to being on the Panel of Experts of the Los Angeles Superior Court, since 2003, Shaw continues to research and write, and occasionally teaches in the doctoral programs of professional schools of Psychology, such as the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and the California Southern University School of Behavioral Sciences. He is also a public speaker represented by the Jodi Solomon Speakers Bureau, Boston, MA. "Jack and Jill, Why They Kill" is available at Amazon.com, and is used in colleges and universities and police academies nationwide.

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Innovative Blockchain Development Solutions by TechAhead

Los Angeles based TechAhead sees tremendous potential for Blockchain as a new technology and has been working with organizations to develop solutions.

AGOURA HILLS, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 18, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Blockchain is a trending technology that is revolutionizing the way businesses operate. At the heart of the new technology’s success lies its ability to create an environment of trust by improving transparency without compromising on the confidentiality of information. Los Angeles based app development company, TechAhead has been working with clients and developers across multiple industries, including banking and finance, supply chain, logistics, travel, healthcare, media and entertainment and utility to explore how blockchain technology can be leveraged to transform business processes and to make them more reliable and efficient.

In the fintech sector, there is a rising demand from clients who are looking to adopt blockchain to facilitate faster payments, verify digital identities, enable quicker settlements and reconciliations, among other uses. TechAhead has been helping clients in diverse sectors to adopt blockchain technology to build and strengthen their existing capabilities. The development process includes developing a blockchain strategy based on current capabilities and building proof of concepts and prototypes of ready to integrate solutions that meet regulatory requirements of the sector.

“There’s a reason why many organizations are adopting Blockchain. As a blockchain development company, we have witnessed the dramatic change it can bring to business operations for our clients. We are convinced of the immense potential that Blockchain presents as it is already revolutionizing the way businesses currently operate, moving from a centralized market to a more decentralized and transparent one that gives customers better control over how data is shared and used,” says Vikas Kaushik, CEO, TechAhead. “Additionally, the technology is versatile and can be customized to suit the requirements of transparency and confidentiality across diverse industry sectors.”

About TechAhead

TechAhead is an award-winning mobile app development company in the USA with a global clientele. The company is reputed for exploring new technologies in the market and using them to provide the best services to worldwide clients. TechAhead sees strong potential in Blockchain technology and has been exploring ways to create digital ecosystems for enterprises, growing businesses, and ambitious start-ups that are looking to adopt this new technology to transform the way they operate.

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