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New Malibu Chronicle June 2012

June 2012 Dear Malibu Partner and Friend The all new Malibu Chronicle website is here just in time for SUMMER and has a solution for the LOCAL economy.  Forget giant companies like Groupon and Facebook.  Let us show you what we can do…

About Your Memory – Food For Thought

ABOUT YOUR MEMORY BY Hermine Hilton  ‘America’s Memory Motivator’   Food For Thought   Many people ask me if there are certain foods or vitamins that can enhance their memory power. Now, although there is no certain…

Nirvana Now

NIRVANA NOW By Noel Philpot Now you are my Nirvana, in the taste of your kisses and our mingling saliva. The way your body fits in mine As two wild roses intertwine. No more stuck doing the same old thing. Eternal…

Here Comes The Son

Here Comes the Son By Benjamin Krepack One of my favorite comedians is the brilliant Louis CK, whose show, “Louie” on the FX channel is one of funniest TV series in recent memory. In one episode from a couple seasons back, Louie is…

Bonsai Person

Look at this beautiful Bonsai tree.  It looks beautiful alright, but think about what was done to it for it to grow in a little pot. And, what would this tree have been if it was left alone and allowed to grow the way it was supposed to. …

Taking Care at the Source

I recently heard this story about these three women friends and I wanted to share it with you. Three women were hiking by a stream on day when suddenly they heard a big splash in the water. They looked over, and they saw a child…

Inspiration

PEACE, THEN PROSPERITY By Prem Rawat In times of trouble, we do not hesitate to lend a hand to someone when we feel contentment inside of us.  The issue, then, is not how the world should behave, but knowing the…

The Darkest Night

Psycho-Spiritual By Olivia Hope Morgaine, MA The Darkest Night. “Faith is the bird that feels the light and sings when the dawn is still dark.” (Rabindranath Tagore) This year, December 22nd marks the Winter Solstice, the longest…

A Play on Words!

The Washington Post's Mensa Invitational once again asked readers to take any word from the dictionary, alter it by adding, subtracting, or changing one letter, and supply a new definition. Here are this year's winners: 1. Bozone…