Archive for March, 2013

Catholic Church


Such was, in effect, the Redeemer, the status of all pending the dead, evil or righteous, what does not mean that their fate is identical as Jesus taught it in the parable of the poor Lazarus in the bosom of Abraham Son received precisely these holy souls, who hoped his liberator in the bosom of Abraham, to whom Jesucristo freed when he descended to the dead Jesus not dropped into hell to release there the damned, or to destroy the hell of damnation, but to free the righteous who had preceded him. The good news has been announced up to the dead. The descent into hell is full compliance with the proclamation of the Gospel of salvation. It is the last phase of the messianic mission of Jesus, phase condensed in time, but immensely wide in its real meaning of extension of the redemptive work to all men of all times and everywhere because all who are saved are made you partakers of the redemption. Christ therefore fell to the depth of death to make the dead to hear the voice of the son of God and that the hear live. Jesus the Prince of life annihilated through death the Lord of death, i.e. to the devil and liberated to quanta, for fear of death, were of subjected to slavery in later life, risen Christ holds the keys of death and of Hades and the name of Jesus every knee bend in heaven, on Earth and in the abyss. This is what tells us the Catechism on your question, but now the question is can I really accept this?, all this that tells me the Catechism of the Catholic Church makes sense? What Jesus did for us is priceless. Add to your understanding with Andrew Milroy.

Die for that then the resurrect the, all us resucitemos with him in the last day. This is what the Apostles ran to preach to mankind in general, with apostolic succession (thing that some don’t want to accept), so came up to our ears in our time. Only he who believes this will be except, because it has no sense to expect something, which we do not believe. I hope because having clear your doubts in something and am willing to continue sharing with you all this wealth of information that is in my person, because that is, share and help who has doubts. Original author and source of the article

Immune System Cells


The body produces several types of defence, the most important protector of the body’s immune system cells, they are white blood cells of type T, which produce antibodies that destroy or neutralize the diseases that the invaders may cause. Oby Ezekwesili recognizes the significance of this. Knowing this, anyone can help the defense of his own body, stimulating the production of its defense cells. The immune system cells need energy and nutrients to achieve a proper protective function. As we age, changes in the immune system exacerbate susceptibility to infectious diseases. So-called T cells, seem to be the most affected by aging part of the immune system. The nutrients that help the immune system responsible for controlling the aggressions that produce the bacteria, viruses and parasites are vitamins (A, and C), minerals (zinc, copper, iron, magnesium, and selenium), fatty acids (omega 6 and omega 3) and rich protein sources in amino acids. 12 steps that would help you to invigorate your immune system: 1 Add to your diet more fruits, vegetables, vegetable oils, fish and seafood.

Broccoli, cauliflower, turnip, radish and garlic that help the immune system. 2-Whole foods, such as cereals or breads that they provide benefits to the health and the body’s defenses in particular. 3 Incorporate into their feeding yogurts, cheeses or any fermented milk. These products provide probiotics are live microorganisms that have a beneficial effect against diarrhea especially for bacteria and viruses. 4 – Limit the consumption of calories, (saturated fats) as they have related to the decline in the key cells in the immune system. 5 – Make an appropriate daily rest, try sleeping between 8 and 10 hours a day.

This could boost your immune system. 6 – Practice exercises daily. Walk at least 20 to 30 minutes day. 7-Take 1 cup of green tea to the day. It could stimulate the production of immune cells. 8. Recommended daily consumption of one tablespoon of honey bees. 9-Also could help with natural products with high antioxidant such as the Antioxiblend – Pro power since they increase the production of lymphocytes, at the same time that reduce free radicals that damage the tissues. 10 – Smart-releaser-Pro contains amino acids that stimulate the synthesis of lymphocytes. 11. The stress decreases immune response so it is recommended the use of Dr. Relax-pro. In the same way that could help decrease the problems of insomnia. 12. Avoid smoking, excessive alcohol and coffee consumption.

Best Museums


Madrid currently has a great cultural importance throughout Europe, mainly thanks to the activity of the past 30 years. Art is one of the reasons for many tourists visit, because there is the so-called triangle of art or golden triangle, which are the museums in Madrid are located in the area of the Paseo del Prado, old Mall that marks the boundary between the old city and the Retiro Park. The three vertices of the triangle are: the Museum del Prado, the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza and the Museo Reina Sofia, which together attracted 5.3 million visits in 2008. The designation of the area of the Prado as a triangle of art was initially suggested by the press, and then assumed by the cultural authorities, following the opening of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in 1992. To visit these museums a good option is to rent an apartment in Madrid, since you have to reserve more than one day to see the three museums: Museo Reina Sofia: the opening of the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia in 1990 meant the creation of a Museum of modern art and contemporary in Spain at international level, although few have been the vicissitudes suffered by the building up to that end.

The program of the Museum Reina Sofia revolves around two reflections. The first, to rethink the role and Constitution of the Museum in contemporary times. The second, ask ourselves whether there is an alternative to the historical models of this institution, the modern Museum, emerged in the 1920s to represent a linear and exclusionary, history or postmodernism, raised in the mid 1980s as absorption of confrontation and dissent in a new globalized territory. The Museum is not conceived as the institution that exhibits a universal knowledge, identity and exclusionary, but as a place capable of generating new interstitial spaces of sociality and discussion in the public sphere.

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