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About MikkiSoo

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    Seasoned Member

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    Married to an Aspies Witness.
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How I Found the Truth

  • How I found the Truth
    From door to door witnessing.

My Hobbies & Interests

  • My Interests
    Reading, travelling
  • My favorite books
    Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln by Doris Kearns Goodwin
    Lincoln: The Biography of a Writer by Fred Kaplan (enhanced my love for the Bible)
    Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
    Einstein: His Life and Universe by Walter Isaacson
  • My favorite music
    classical music
  • My favorite movies
    Lincoln, The Post, The Darkest Hour, Doubt (2008), Capote,
  • My favorite quotes
    “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” by Mahatma Gandhi

    “I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” ― Maya Angelou
    "I will never say anything that couldn't stand as the last thing I ever say." by Auschwitz survivor

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  1. Thank you, Brother Greg for bringing this matter to my attention. I have always known that young children should not be allowed to use mobile phones for an extended amount of time or even better, altogether banned from using it because their skull are too thin to protect their brains from EMF. I have always been wary of power lines but this matter of electrified train lines is something new. Excerpts from https://wellnessmama.com/129645/emf-exposure/ Very strong sources of EMF radiation can present significant health risks. These include smart meters, radio stations, electrical generators, power lines, and electrified train tracks. An Italian study found that adults and children who live within 3 km of a high-power radio station are at a higher risk of developing leukemia than others (source). Therefore, you want to consider having these EMF sources removed or moving away from them We can reduce EMF exposure by: Keep appliances and devices off, or on airplane mode as much as possible Hard wire internet connections, rather than using WiFi If WiFi use is necessary, only turn it on when in use and turn off the WiFi router at night Hard wire computer peripherals rather than using wireless or bluetooth connections Ensure that your homes electrical wiring is done properly to minimize EMFs Keep electronic devices, i.e. cell phones, tablets, and computers away from your body. This includes using head phones to make calls instead of placing the phones near your ear to speak Sleep away from circuit breakers or large appliances that run overnight, including if the appliance is on the other side of the wall Use protection tools such as Defender Pad under your laptop, and EMF shields for cell phone Filter out dirty electricity using dirty electricity filters Minimize use of digital devices when possible. Even better, take regular digital detoxes. In addition to taking steps to reduce EMF exposure, we can mitigate the negative effects by Grounding– it allows our bodies to neutralize positive ions from electronic devices and re-synchronize with the Schumann resonance. Exposures to negative ions such as being near moving water, Himalayan salt lamp, or a negative ion generator can mitigate negative effects of exposure to EMF radiation Eating a nutritious diet high in antioxidants can help mitigate some oxidative stress from EMF exposure. This article is making me paranoid about all harm these so called technological advances are impacting on our lives. I think we will need to do read up more to protect ourselves from this scourge of modern day living.
  2. Thanks Brother Nurzat for those interesting facts about yaks. Wished I had known this when I was in China. I was visiting Yunnan province : Kunming, Dali and Lijiang. Went up the cable car to Jade Dragon Snow mountain. Ended up at the yak meadow. So I wanted to get a better photo of the animals. Silly me got chased by the big black bull. Nearly tumbled down the slope. Fortunately nothing untoward happened to me. Then only noticed signs warning about the animals. I guessed the animals were used to seeing people in that place and the bull merely wanted to warn me to keep away. It was rather misty that spring day. Hope you and your loved ones are well and happy. With Christian love
  3. Good morning, Brother Bobby

    How enchanting to have a pigeon accompany you and your partner while you are making your rounds.  Adds a whole new level to the preaching activity. 

     My Indian neighbour feeds pigeons in the back lane. I often see them strutting around. But they love prancing on my awning and completely destroyed it plus  my backyard and window panes are full of bird droppings. Not pleased but my inconsiderate neighbour won't do anything about it. Have to be long suffering.

    Trying to find something positive to say about pigeons, so was delighted to hear that God's creatures can be a joy to have around, sometimes.

    Now let me get back to enjoying my mini zoo (includes a few feral cats) in the back alley. No need to feed them, bathe them, just a bit of elbow grease to clean the cement floor and windows. Now, where's that catapult of mine? I'm sure some good will come off from aiming my shots on those pests. Maybe improve my eye hand coordination. Pity about the dangers of pigeon droppings.   

    Hope you will share more about your preaching experiences. Have a good day.

  4. I stayed in an airbnb property in Melbourne and the hosts had a lovely pet which they oddly called a rat. He was a free range guinea pig. He would be sleeping in his cage most of the time but could move around during the day when the couple was out working. Wished I could have one like that but was adverse to picking up the dropping. Didn't see any on the floor or was he house broken. I wished he had a mate. That would liven things up a bit. The owners gave him a bath one evening and he burrowed himself in the blanket. His name was Ratatouille.
  5. An interesting thought. In a cleansed world with no pollution, pure vegetarian food, no GMO stuff, our pets will definitely live much longer. Pets could be cloned exactly to fit the specific characteristics well loved by their owners. But then again, variety is the spice of life. Loved all the idiosyncrasies of our pets. It is what endears them to us. But I still want my Mikki back.
  6. My dog of 16 years have already returned to the dust. Suddenly, I had this idea that God in all his loving mercy will recreate a Manchester Terrier/chihuahua mix to replace my darling beloved. Exactly like Mikki down to the white patch on the chest. A defect, I'm told. I saw one of her breed in the pet shop and I was all ready to take her home to me my best pal. But alas the finances do not permit. I feel for you, Brother Matt. Fur balls bond with us so closely that they become an extension of us. Sigh, Love hurts sometimes. It hurts good though. Nothing like a good cry, OR LAUGH
  7. I loved coconut oil for moisturizing my face. Another sister commended me for my improved facial skin texture. And that is saying something about my impure and troubled skin. https://coconutmagic.com/blogs/all/how-to-use-coconut-oil-for-shaving Slather on a small amount of coconut oil. If it has solidified, just rub some between your hands to melt it. Use a sharp razor to get a close shave. The oil will moisturise your skin, helping the razor to glide over your legs and avoid razor burn.
  8. I decided against using that old picture. Too obvious and a dead giveaway to my identity. So I fished around and got a headless dog. Duh!
  9. Maybe slyly giving a hint about the owner of the profile

  10. headless dog! Better than nothing.

    Will attend to it after the assembly. 

    1. Dismal_Bliss


      I was a bit concerned about this status update until I saw your profile pic :D


  11. Tortuga, you're real special. Thanks for making the rounds, to add your special kind of sparkle. Re : Ben Zander's passion for shining eyes.
  12. I'll try to do it on my own. This old brain of mine needs a bit of a workout. Not a priority for the moment. Thank you for your concern.
  13. After being here for months, I finally decided to add my profile picture i.e. my dog. But the picture was too big. I'll try to figure out how to resize the picture. However that is going to take a few more months. Procrastination is only good when preparing student talks. For all other things, it has been the bane of my life. Thanks for the offer. It's quite fun really, just clicking here and there, trying to find a way to do stuff. Usually end up in a dead end but I learn something new along the way.
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