Mono No Aware: The Essence of Japan

Mono no aware: the Japanese beauty aesthetic Meaning literally “a sensitivity to things,” mono no aware is a concept describing the essence of Japanese culture, invented by the Japanese literary and linguistic scholar scholar Motoori Norinaga in the eighteenth century, and remains the central artistic imperative in Japan to this day. The phrase is derived […]

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7 Fascinating and Cool Campfire Facts for Kids

Campfires are the highlight of every summer camp experience and the glow of a warm fire provides the perfect opportunity for kids to enjoy time-honored traditions such as roasting marshmallows and telling ghost stories. Along with the traditional campfire stories, lessons can be learned about science and history that take on new meaning when they […]

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Benefits of Installing Wrought Iron Fences!

Wrought iron fencing adds elegance and value to any property. Moreover, it is described as one of the most versatile methods as it offers a number of advantages to the individuals. No matter, whether you own a home, office or any other commercial property, fence installation can prove beneficial for it in a number of […]

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Create an Inspiring Wine Bottle Garden Fountain

Have you ever known anyone that collects wine bottles? While there are many beautifully shaped and colorful wine bottles, there does not seem to be many uses for them once the alcohol is consumed. People have been known to use the wine bottles as candleholders; the candle wax melting down the sides of the bottles […]

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How to Grow and Care For a Heather Plant

Heather plants are hardy, colorful, low-growing perennial shrubs native to the heaths, moors, and woodlands or Europe and Asia Minor. Well suited to marginal pastures, heathers are low-maintenance plants that can thrive in acidic soil with little fertilizer in and near-drought conditions. The evergreen plants provide year-round displays of color from flowers and leaves. Depending […]

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List of Mucusless (Mucus-Free) Foods

The word “mucusless,” or mucus-free, refers to foods that are not pus or mucus-forming inside the human body. Such foods digest without leaving behind a thick, viscous, slimy substance called mucus in the gastrointestinal tract. These foods include all kinds of fat-free, and starchless, fruits and vegetables. The term was coined in the early 1900s […]

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Infertility Treatments: Learn How Oral Chelation Can Reverse Infertility and Boost Conception

Most often, the hidden imbalance for lack of fertility is arterial build up with plaques. I use the metaphor of the farm and the law of the garden. Picture weeds growing in your rose flower (children) garden, competing with your rose plant and sniffing the life out of it (the woman) and preventing the rose […]

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