Its Origins and History

Muslims are told that the month of Ramadan is commemorative of Muhammad becoming “a prophet” and celebrated during the 9th month of the Islamic calendar. This practise was established as a Holy Month for Muslims after the Quran was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad in 610 CE on the occasion known as Laylat al-Qadr, frequently translated as “the Night of Power.

This is a month of fasting, prayer, and reflection for Muslims, but it’s also used an excuse to induce jehadi sentiments amongst the poorly educated to provoke and deepen their commitment to blind beliefs and the need for violence. In theory The act of fasting is said to redirect the heart away from worldly activities,

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Fasting over Ramadan

A danger to health and happiness

The idea of fasting is to allow the body to detoxify, by not consuming any food but by drinking an adequate amount of water, the digestive system gets to have a rest and the accumulated toxins in the body are released.

On a spiritual level, because there is no energy involved in digestion, energy is freed for spiritual contemplation and meditation. A great many mystics and spiritualists fast for this reason, but we should not overlook its importance for simply cleaning house.

The normal fasting procedure which is done for the health of body and mind which also has the support of the medical system is that on your last day of food, the

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Breast Cancer

A life style disease?

Lumpy, hard, changed or misshaped breasts need to be checked

Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths of women worldwide, it’s the second leading cause of all cancer deaths for women in the U.S. between the ages of 20 and 59, and every year about 1500 New Zealand Women are diagnosed with breast cancer.

Depending on which statistics you read, there is a variation between one in thirteen to one in six of all women in the western world who die of breast cancer, but the true figure is ambiguous due to the nature of reporting and assessment.

About ten times more women die from breast cancer than cervical cancer.

It is predicted

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