This Woman Allowed The Homeless Man To Sleep In Her House: When She Woke Up, She Was Shocked!

A few weeks ago, a woman from Texas took a homeless man inside her house to shelter him from the cold weather. While everyone was asleep, she woke up and saw something shocking. The 66-year-old woman who lives with her 2 grandkids in Houston offered her bed and food to the homeless man.

While everyone was asleep, she woke up after hearing some noise. According to KPRC TV, the homeless man named Smith heard a bang and immediately got out of bed, when he realized that the noise didn’t wake the others. He thought that someone’s trying to break in, but when he opened the bedroom he was shocked – the room was filled with smoke from a fire caused by an explosion in the attic!

The old lady was still sleeping, stuck under a part of the ceiling which fell on her after the explosion. He immediately removed the part and got her to safety when he remembered that the kids are still inside!

Smith rushed back in the house, risking his own life to rescue the little girls. He grabbed them both and headed back outside, and thankfully, they were all unharmed, unlike the house which was destroyed in the fire.

Not many people would offer shelter and food to a homeless person, but the old lady listened to her inner sense. In the end, it was a life-saving choice – if Smith wasn’t there, who knows what would have happened. This is a clear sign that blessings come in the most unexpected way. What goes around comes around – if you help people, they will help you! Source

 

If You See This “Weed” Growing In Your Yard, Don’t Pick It! Here’s Why…

The majority of you probably regard purslane as a useless weed, but this article will reveal some interesting facts about it.

Its leaves provide fantastic health benefits, so next time you want to pull it and throw it away, you should have that in mind. Purslane is high in vitamins and minerals which boost the overall health, and the high amounts of iron and calcium support bone health.

Its seeds are extremely strong, and the plant may survive over 25 years, meaning that it significantly strengthens the immune system.

This weed includes the most vitamin A than all green leafy vegetables, which prevents cancer, and is abundant in Omega-3 fatty acids, so it effectively prevents heart diseases and stroke. Moreover, it is free of GMO.

Regarding all this, you should consider including it into your regular diet. Its leaves have delicious lemony taste and crunchy texture. Therefore, you can replace spinach with it, and include it in various recipes.

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If You Eat Garlic And Honey On An Empty Stomach For 7 Days, This Is What Happens To Your Body

One of the most widely utilized ingredients in nearly every cuisine around the world is garlic. It’s so popular due to its excellent taste, it gives flavor to every dish and it is health beneficial.

Eating raw garlic can aid you with a lot of health conditions and even doctors prefer it. It can help you decrease high blood pressure and cholesterol, prevent coronary heart disease and heart attack. It’s also very effective in minimizing the effects of atherosclerosis.

Only one garlic clove can help you with everyday health issues like hay fever, traveler’s diarrhea, cold, flu, bug bites and fungal infections. Garlic can also be beneficial for symptoms such as osteoarthritis, diabetes, and an enlarged prostate. It’s an amazing immune system enhancer and can give you a full body detox. Furthermore, if you combine it with onion and ginger it can ease the chemo side-effects.

How to use garlic?

Garlic’s benefits are optimal when it’s consumed raw because its active ingredient – allicin loses its properties when it’s processed thermally. Crush and slice the cloves and let them stay for 15 minutes before you eat it. When you crush the cloves, it activates a reaction that boosts the allicin’s bio-availability.

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Police Kill Native Americans at Higher Rate than Any Other Group, and Nobody is Talking About It

Americans are up in arms right now over the near epidemic number of deaths of African-American at the hands of police, and rightfully so. African-Americans make up only 13 percent of the population, yet they are the victims in 26 percent of all police shootings. That is nearly 3 times the rate of whites.

The outrage by the #Black Lives Matter movement is founded in statistical evidence which shows that the system inherently and with extreme bias disproportionately targets blacks.

That being said, there is one group who no one is talking about that is targeted more than everyone else. The racial group most likely to be killed by law enforcement is Native Americans. While Native Americans only make up 0.8 percent of the population, they make up 1.9 percent of all police killings.

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The Truth About Hair and why Natives would keep their hair long

Our culture leads people to believe that hair style is a matter of personal preference, that hair style is a matter of fashion and/or convenience, and that how people wear their hair is simply a cosmetic issue. Back in the Viet Nam war however, an entirely different picture emerged, one that has been carefully covered up and hidden from public view.

In the early nineties, Sally [name changed to protect privacy] was married to a licensed psychologist who worked at a VA Medical hospital. He worked with combat veterans with PTSD, post traumatic stress disorder. Most of them had served in Viet Nam.

 

Sally said: “I remember clearly an evening when my husband came back to our apartment on Doctor’s Circle carrying a thick official looking folder in his hands. Inside were hundreds of pages of certain studies commissioned by the government. He was in shock from the contents. What he read in those documents completely changed his life. From that moment on my conservative middle of the road husband grew his hair and beard and never cut them again. What is more, the VA Medical center let him do it, and other very conservative men in the staff followed his example.

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A Rare White Bison Was Born Into A Herd Belonging To The Sioux Valley Dakota Nation (Photos)

 “To have another white buffalo calf that’s born is more of a signal to us that not only is our culture and people surviving, but thriving,” the chief said.The community welcomed a rare, white male buffalo calf on May 7. The calf’s mother, also a white a buffalo, was born at Winnipeg’s Assiniboine Park in 2009 and gifted to the community’s herd because of its significance through the generations.

“The significance of the white buffalo is that… we received all of our teachings and our culture and our ceremonies were given through the white buffalo calf woman,” said Sioux Valley Chief Vince Tacan. “We have a lot of people in the community that they follow the beliefs.”

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Six Nations actor inducted into Order Of Canada

OTTAWA — Graham Greene, Oneida of Six Nations, has been selected as on of 100 new inductees into the Order of Canada for “achievements as a pioneering and versatile actor of the stage and screen.”

Greene’s acting career has seen him through four decades of stage, television and film. He is best known for is role in Dances With Wolves, for which received an Oscar nomination. Last fall Greene was awarded with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Dreamcatcher Gala.

Greene has appeared in several films throughout his career including the Twilight Saga, The Green Mile and Maina. He now stars as ‘Rafe McCawley’ in the Showcase Sci-Fi drama “Defiance”. This summer Greene is shooting a film in Canada with ‘The Help’s Octavia Spencer and Tim McGraw.

The Order of Canada will be presented to Greene during a ceremony at a later date.

 

Navajo Water Supply is More Horrific Than Flint, But No One Cares Because They’re Native American

The news out of Flint, Michigan brought the issue of contaminated drinking water into sharp focus, as it was revealed that officials at every level—local, state and federal—knew about lead-poisoned water for months but did nothing to address the problem.

Under state-run systems like utilities and roads, poorer communities are the last to receive attention from government plagued by inefficiencies and corrupt politicians. Perhaps no group knows this better than Native Americans, who have been victimized by government for centuries.

In the western U.S., water contamination has been a way of life for many tribes. The advocacy group Clean Up The Mines! describes the situation in Navajo country, which is far worse than in Flint, Michigan.

Since the 1950s, their water has been poisoned by uranium mining to fuel the nuclear industry and the making of atomic bombs for the U.S. military. Coal mining and coal-fired power plants have added to the mix. The latest assault on Navajo water was carried out by the massive toxic spills into the Animas and San Juan rivers when the EPA recklessly attempted to address the abandoned Gold King mine.

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Oglala Sioux Tribe confirms shooting death of 13-year-old girl

Wednesday morning, just after 3 a.m., 13-year-old Teca Clifford was gunned down in front of three of her friends on the main street of Pine Ridge Village on the Pine Ridge Reservation. She turned 13 four weeks ago, on June 22.

Police radio traffic indicated the girl had been shot through the abdomen at least once on a sidewalk beside Highway 18 near Yellow Bird’s convenience store and across from East Ridge Housing. The call to Pine Ridge Ambulance Service from police dispatchers was received at 4:03 a.m.

Although tribal police took two men into custody later that morning, no further reports on their identities or whether or not the men were placed under arrest have been issued. Oglala Sioux Tribal Police Chief Eugenio White Hawk has been unavailable for comment.

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Archaeologists Dig Up An 800-Year-Old Native American Pot. What They Found Inside Is Changing History

In 2008, on a dig in the First Nation’s Menominee Reservation in Wisconsin, archaeologists made a small but stunning discovery: a tiny clay pot.

Though it might not have seemed very impressive at first glimpse, this little piece of pottery was determined to be about 800 years old.

And inside that pot? Something that changes how we’re looking at extinction, preservation, and food storage, as well as how humans have influenced the planet in their time on it.

It’s amazing to think that a little clay pot buried in the ground 800 years ago would still be relevant today, but it’s true!

It’s actually brought an extinct species of squash that was presumed to be lost forever.

Thank our Indigenous Ancestors! Even they knew what preservation meant. They knew the importance of the future, Is it not amazing that they are affecting our walks of life even to this day?

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