February 12th 10pm

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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Monday Evening 2-12-18   
Xbruster69: looks like a pretty good attendance, for the first day of KICRI , Dubai is having a World Conference today as well, so it would be expected the coming days, we should hear of vested interest, in the Iraq community.
Parliament session tommorrow will boast of 2018 Budget , needing to be signed by Masum, and getting the Gazzette in headlines, Wednesday it hits the shelves, which is middle of the banking week ( Tuesday morning to Thursday night )

Outraged at Airport Security Searches?
By Judith Orloff MD
Tips to Cope with Personal Space Intruders
If you want to see people flip their lids fast, try invading their personal space. These intrusions cause our stress hormones to skyrocket and can affect our physical and mental health.

​Blood pressure, heart rate, and muscle tension are all affected. Thus, the public outrage at new intrusive security pat downs of passengers in airports.

Impeccable Words
By Marsha Cook
Reflection: “The word is not just a sound…The word is a force.” ~don Miguel Ruiz
Don who?…
Born into a family of Toltec healers in rural Mexico, Don Miguel Ruiz was expected to embrace what was a centuries old tradition of healing and teaching and continue to share with others this esoteric knowledge (the Toltec were scientists and artists living in Southern Mexico, thousands of years ago, who formed a society to explore and conserve the spiritual knowledge and practices of the ancient ones.) don Miguel chose to attend medical school and later teach and practice as a surgeon instead.