7 Steps to Longer Hair in One Year!

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by Kiara B. via Global Couture

Have you been looking at others’ growth and wondering what are they doing? “Why won’t my hair grow that fast in a year?” Well, it’s simple. Hair growth (and length retention), regardless of the person takes time but there are also things that you can do over a 12-month period so that you too can see amazing growth.

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3 Things You Should Do After Washing Your Natural Hair




Wash day is never complete without locking in the moisture. There are three ways to seal moisture in your strands after deep conditioning: moisturizers and milks, leave-in conditioners, and oils. You do not have to use them all, but here are the differences so you know what will work best for you.

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The Gift of Emptiness


By Bruce Davis, Ph.D. of Silentstay.com

Many people find brief moments of emptiness between their thoughts when they meditate.

The experience is so intriguing that they continue meditating just for glimpses into a vast unknown that is peaceful, expansive, full of nothing and yet full of everything. There is something in the emptiness between our thoughts, below our busy mind, that calls us. The monk or mystic inside each of us thirsts for this inner quietude.

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The Benefits of Walnut Oil for Hair

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Walnuts are a part of the tree nut family, and have been revered since ancient times as a symbol of intellectuality, because the surface inside the shell resembles the human brain. The walnut kernel consists of two bumpy lobes that are off-white in color and covered by a thin, light brown skin.

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Tennessee Governor Grants Full Clemency To Cyntoia Brown


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Tennessee governor Bill Haslam has granted full clemency to Cyntoia Brown.

Brown, 30, was sentenced to life in prison for killing Johnny Miller Allen, a 43-year-old man, who planned to statutorily rape her when she was 16 years old.

After running away from home, Brown got involved with a man who forced her into the sex trafficking industry. She agreed to “have sex” with Allen for $150 and he took her back to his home.

During her trial she testified that she killed Allen because she believed he intended in killing her. But forsenic evidence found Allen was sleep when Brown shot him in the back of the head.

She was tried as an adult and found guilty of murder. Brown was sentenced to 51 years to life in prison. Recently a judge upheld the decision stating that Brown would not be eligible for parole until she’d served at least 51 years in prison.

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