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written and produced by Scott Teeters, Host of Far Out Radio.
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Hi, this is Scott Teeters, host and producer of Far Out Radio and I’m here today to talk about the Expansion and Contraction of Time. “Time” is something that people have been talking about, probably for a “long time.” Now that I’m into my sixth decade of living, I can honestly say that I can’t ever recall a time when I ever heard someone say, “You know, there’s PLENTY of time!”
by Bernie Suarez as republished from TruthandArtGlobalTV.com
Now that the globalists are making their final move against humanity with simultaneous orchestrated attacks hoping to usher in their new world order many people keep asking and wondering- what do we do? What can truth seekers really do against a criminal and evil control system armed to the teeth and determined to crush humanity?
Like many of us, I’ve been considering some important courses of action that could provide some of the solutions we seek. We are coming onto a time where humanity needs viable ideas for rebuilding humanity in this soon to be Jade Helm psyop era. I believe that as long as each of us does their part we will succeed.
by Cassius Methyl as republished from NaturalBlaze.com
Public attention recently turned to an organic garden in Atlanta that is designed to feed displaced people healthy food and establish a routine exercise in self-sufficiency—a practice also known as Agorism. It’s a rooftop garden operated by the Metro Atlanta Taskforce for the Homeless, an organization that seeks to help the marginalized group in ways that actually fix the problem rather than offering a temporary solution.
“The idea is to produce enough to feed the residents something green and healthy daily,” said Carl Hartrampf, a board member who manages several garden operations.
Welcome to Far Out Radio Speaks Out Video Series with presenter, Karen Teeters. Our narrated article is The simplest way to get — and stay — happy, according to psychologists. Originally published on www.businessinsider.com.
by JESSICA ORWIG AND ERIN BRODWIN
When was the last time you felt a light-hearted awareness where you had a skip in your step, care-free grin on your face, and overwhelming sense that despite what happened, everything was going to work out?