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Wounded Warrior Projects (WWP) top priority is getting desperately needed legislation passed by Congress to provide critical support to family caregivers of severely wounded warriors including those with catastrophic injuries such as severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Spinal Cord Injury, and others.
Over the past 4 years, WWP has listened to the needs and concerns directly from family caregivers of critically injured service members from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Respite care, mental health counseling, technical assistance, health care coverage and a modest stipend, can make the difference between a warrior being able to receive the care and services they need in their own homes and communities rather than in institutional or nursing home settings.
A bi-partisan bill, (S.801) is currently awaiting action in the United States Senate. This bill acknowledges and fully supports the vital role of the family caregiver for the warriors well-being and will provide long term support and services for our severely wounded warriors and their family caregivers.
With your help, progress has been made but more is needed. To date, 24 Senators co-sponsored this legislation we need the support of your U.S. Senator. This country owes it to our service members to take care of those who care for them.
You have the opportunity to help and make a life changing impact on our wounded warriors and their families.
Contact your Senators NOW to let them know how strongly you support the Caregiver and Veterans Health Services Act of 2009 (S. 801) and its supports and stipend for family caregivers.
To do so, please call the US Capitol Switchboard, at 202-224-3121, and ask to speak with the Senator from your state. You can also use or adapt the text of a sample letter to print and hand out or post, to which I have provided a link www.woundedwarriorproject.org/caregivers
Please call immediately and encourage others to do the same. Your grassroots action can make the difference!
I have also set up a store front where you can purchase mugs and soon tshirts and other items, and 100% of the profit will be donated to The Wounded Warrior Project. Link is in the description of this video.
The new mugs are beautifuly designed with an eagle proudly pictured on the front, on one side is the RantForAmerica Logo which symbolizes earth, strength and trust. We are all one.
The other side proudly displays the Wounded Warrior Project Logo, showing everyone that you proudly support our wounded heros. If you wish to donate further,
A link to donate directly to the Wounded Warrior Project is in the description.
This is not about whether or not you support the wars, it is about injured soldiers who need your help.
So please, order a mug, or donate directly, these are our husbands and wives, brothers, sisters, family, friends and loved ones.
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Listen to the commander on the ground in Afghanistan—General Stanley A. McChrystal—and provide him with the troops he says he needs to win the war in Afghanistan.
By accepting the troop recommendations of General McChrystal—and his boss General David Petraeus—we have a chance to turn the war in Afghanistan around. This is a moment in history we must not miss.
Like General Petraeus in Iraq, General McChrystal is an outside-the-box thinker who thrives in the ambiguity of asymmetrical battlefields. Like General Petraeus in Iraq, General McChrystal has the right strategy—a comprehensive counterinsurgency plan.
In 2007, General Petraeus was given the troops he needed (the "Surge") to win, and Iraq has turned around—resulting in dramatically lower U.S. casualties, a more stable Iraq, and a drawdown of American forces.
General McChrystal—and all our brave Soldiers and Marines on the ground—deserve the same chance to win in Afghanistan. They deserve the additional troops needed to turn a winning strategy into a winning result.
We fully acknowledge that the war in Afghanistan has been tough, and is currently headed in the wrong direction. And as you have said, it has been under-resourced, under-funded, and under-manned for years. You have also said that it is a war we must win. We agree on all fronts.
Unlike Iraq, there was consensus at the beginning of the war in Afghanistan that America must be successful in toppling the Taliban and dismantling Al Qaeda, for the safety of our country. Eight years later, the consensus on the war in Afghanistan is fractured; however we believe—as do you—that the need for victory has not changed.
During this time of domestic uncertainty and global threats, winning the war will require steadfast Presidential leadership; a Commander-in-Chief who is unwilling to be swayed by lagging poll numbers or party leaders who want to block troop increases.
Now is the time for your leadership. If you listen to commanders on the ground, give them what they need, and stand behind our warriors in Afghanistan—we will stand with you. If you don't, and would rather fight the "war of necessity" with one hand tied behind our back, then we will loudly object.
Many—in fact a majority—said the war in Iraq was "unwinnable," yet our troops persevered and turned the tide. Despite the drumbeat of detractors—on both sides of the aisle—this is another war we can win. But we must act now.
We owe it to the Marines and Soldiers slogging it out with insurgents every day to get this right. If we do, they'll fight, they'll persevere, and they'll win. If we don't, we are setting them up for failure. No less than America's greatness—and the legacy of America's finest warriors—is at stake.
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By Michelle Malkin • September 28, 2009 10:51 AM
Laura Ingraham has launched a “10 for 10″ initiative for an empowerment agenda in 2010.
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I am so Proud to be an American! I am also so Very proud of all of the Patriots who went to DC and other Tea Party's to speak up for America! Thank you all for what you did today! We have to keep going and not stop until we get our Country back the way the Fore Fathers meant it to be! For you Left wingers and others this is not about RACE! I don't and most don't CARE what color Obama's skin is! Stop playing the Race Card and the Victim Card! They have been VOIDED! Please read below and then click the link to see the original post for a person who put a lot of time into presenting awesome Pics and reports from DC!
Patriotic anti-big-government taxpayers blast through the 2 million protester mark.
September 12, 2009, Washington, D.C.
ABC News reports that two million Americans flooded D.C. in what people in the crowd were calling “a conservative Woodstock” Like the liberal Woodstock of the ’60s, thousands were rumored stranded on freeways. Some walked in to DC, ditching their cars and busses. I walked with a 5 deep 6 block long column of protesters from Pennsylvania Avenue who had walked miles from where they had to leave their busses. Networks including Fox News continued through the time I’m writing this at 8 p.m. local Eastern time reporting that “tens of thousands” showed up. Whasup with that? When will we get some reliable reporting out of the corporate media types?
Sunday, September 6, 2009
Those who visit America's Right on a regular basis know that we've never really latched on to one media or political personality, but that I do often lament the inability to get the right message out to the American public as best possible. Glenn Beck has been doing incredible work, and I firmly believe that his platform may be the best chance, or at least the first step, in waking up slumbering Americans.
Or, at least, I hope so. Obviously, Fox News can do what it wants to do, and the same goes for Mr. Beck. Furthermore, there are contractual issues involved, as well as other extrinsic factors. I know, for instance, that Glenn enjoys doing live television, and that a live broadcast at 10:00 p.m. may not be right for a man who has a loving wife and kids at home, not to mention a radio show at 9:00 a.m. as well. Still, whatever may happen, I only thought it might help the decision-making process if they knew how the American people felt. So, while I've never expressly asked anyone to disseminate the writings here at America's Right before, I am asking you now -- please get this out to the American people.
From: Jeff Schreiber (America's Right), joined by The American People
To Whom It May Concern:
I am not a television executive, and do not pretend to be. I know nothing of ratings, demographics or advertising revenue, and do not purport to. I am, however, a normal, everyday, self-reliant, responsible concerned American who has a favor to ask of you.
For the time being, and for the good of the nation, please replace Greta van Susteren's "On the Record" with Glenn Beck's eponymous program.
This request does not arise from animosity toward Greta. She does a great job at Fox News. She has a phenomenal legal mind, and nobody digs deeper into the emotional stories of the day than she does. When it comes to the nitty-gritty details of political issues, however, Glenn Beck and his staff are without compare when it comes to research and the ability to convey core principles and arguments to everyday people.
No example is finer than that of now former "Green Jobs Czar" Van Jones. While every other news and commentary program on every network which chose to even provide coverage was merely reacting to the news of an avowed communist and obvious radical within earshot of the President of the United States, Glenn Beck was driving the news. He did the research. He presented the arguments in an easy-to-follow manner, and used Jones' own inflammatory rhetoric to rid our executive branch of a contraconstitutional official in an unconstitutional position.
The tremendous work Glenn Beck is doing absolutely needs to be seen and be heard, and though his ratings at 5:oo p.m. Eastern/2:00 p.m. Pacific are unbelievable, people still nonetheless are forced to go out of their way to see him. Right now, the people he is reaching are generally the choir. Folks like me, we understand it. We see the unfortunate trend toward statism in America. And while there is value in reinforcing passion and buttressing rational arguments by preaching to the choir, the real gains--in terms of what's good for the nation--would come if Beck were more easily reached.
Obviously, there are likely contractual issues to be overcome; if there weren't, Beck would likely already be in the 10:00 p.m. spot. Greta van Susteren has rightfully been the darling of cable news in the heyday of the Scott Peterson case and beyond -- now, though, the time has come to disseminate the fundamental conservative and libertarian message that could save this nation, and because conservatives have long been deficient in terms of message dissemination, we need a voice that is as accessible as it is strong.
I miss the America of eight years ago next week. Amid the fear, the uncertainty and the grief, the latter still burning within from fresh wounds and still-smoldering mountains of twisted steel, ash, and remains in Lower Manhattan, there was unity. There was purpose. There was hope that perhaps, just perhaps, the America that would emerge from disaster and tragedy would be stronger and more secure, that it would be the strength inherent in us all rather than blind faith in the State's omnipotence that would carry us through.
I remember weeping as I watched sixty thousand flag-waving New Yorkers stand together with pride as former President George W. Bush emerged onto the field at Yankee Stadium during the World Series to give a thumbs-up bursting with confidence in our nation before throwing a perfect strike from the pitcher's mound. Those people stood not because George W. Bush was George W. Bush, or because he was a Republican, or for any other reason than because they all stood together as Americans, defiant, determined that no force from without or within would undermine or endanger our liberty and freedom.
As an American watching mournfully as our nation spirals downward toward socialism, statism or something else our founders imagined but tried desperately to prevent, I miss that America and hope to see it again. I want to see the solidarity again. I want to see the flags. I want so desperately to witness that great, unbending sense of purpose, the idea that the health, welfare, safety, security and prosperity of our great nation in the face of evil triumphed over matters of politics and ideology.
In Glenn Beck, I see someone who feels the same way, someone who understands what so many great men and women have fought for since we declared our independence from Great Britain 233 years ago, when our founders set forth a system of government specifically and carefully designed to countermand human nature when it came to the trappings of power.
Those imperfect men established this nation knowing less of what they wanted America to be than what they wanted Her to never, ever become. And yet, despite the hard and clear lessons of history on our own shores and across the world, we are forced to stand idly by and watch as we become more and more like what our founders left, as we purposefully sprint in the direction of everything our founders did not want for this great experiment in liberty and freedom.
After 233 short years, we stand to willingly destroy the very notion of American exceptionalism, we stand to willingly part with the independence and freedom provided by the blood and sweat and sacrifice of so many, all in the name of the very same brand of governmental power grab against which our founders launched their improbable effort in the first place. In only a matter of several generations, in the blink of an eye relative to human history, we've changed from a nation led by people who would rather die than be denied liberty, who lament having had but only one life to give for their country and the cause of freedom, to a shrinking violet ruled by a class of people far more interested in the content of their wallets and the labels on their office doors and business cards than of the state of our union.
The road by which we've arrived at this destination is easy enough to discern -- the question is how to turn this nation around. My guess is that it will depend upon equal amounts fortitude and Providence. Understanding the disease may be an important first step, but making the essential sacrifices and putting forth the necessary efforts to defeat it takes a special kind of person.
It's no coincidence that Glenn Beck felt compelled to write his own version of Common Sense, inspired by Thomas Paine's original. As a cold winter approached in late 1776, as the rag-tag American army licked its wounds following a set of horrible losses along the Hudson, a young Thomas Paine wrote in The Crisis No. 1 that "[t]yranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph . . . Heaven knows how to put a proper price upon its goods; and it would be strange indeed if so celestial an article as freedom should not be highly rated."
The America I saw in late September and October of 2001 knew the glory of freedom. That America knew that our nation was different than the others, greater than the others, and was willing to do everything necessary to preserve that greatness. Together, we can return to that America. We just need a catalyst. Right now, because of his selflessness, his determination, and his courage, Glenn Beck may be just that.
For that reason, I join the concerned Americans below in imploring you to do everything in your power to ensure that his message, that our founders' message, can be heard by those who need guidance most. For the time being, and for the good of our nation, please place Greta van Susteren in Glenn Beck's spot at 5:00 p.m. Eastern and Glenn Beck in hers at 10:00 p.m., where he can be heard by those who desperately need to hear him.
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Petition for Redress of Grievances
To the United States Congress, United States Supreme Court and
President of the United States:
Redress of Grievances, and
officers of the United States are bound by oath or affirmation
to support the Constitution, and
not delegated to the United States by the Constitution,
nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively,
or to the people, and....
SIGN OUR PETITION
Total Signatures to Date = 15138
Saturday, August 29, 2009
Makers Of Vaccination Refuse To Take H1N1
Thursday, August 27, 2009
MSNBC & The Great Liberal Narrative: The Truth About The Tyranny of Political Correctness
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Sunday, August 9, 2009
The people, Madame Speaker, already know the facts. Unlike the members of your Congress, the American people have read the bill, and know the ramifications. Unlike the members of your Congress, the American people understand the natural force which is the free market, and they know what will happen -- that, while public and private options for health insurance may exist temporarily, private insurers will never be able to compete with a federal government that prints its own money and sets its own rules. Costs will go up for private insurance, and employers from coast to coast will soon find it more cost-effective to pay a fee and deny private insurance for employees, forcing them to enroll in the public option.
The people, Nancy, have read your thousand-page health care bill. And when their elected representatives reluctantly return to their district for recess and town hall meetings, they have questions. About the facts. And when those questions are answered with the same sort of lies, misrepresentations and misdirection peddled each and every day from Capitol Hill--and not to mention in your USA Today piece--they understandably get angry. Read the rest at the link below.
Thursday, August 6, 2009
We've Figured Him Out
By Ben Stein on 7.24.09 @ 9:45AM
Why is President Barack Obama in such a hurry to get his socialized medicine bill passed?
Because he and his cunning circle realize some basic truths:
The American people in their unimaginable kindness and trust voted for a pig in a poke in 2008. They wanted so much to believe Barack Obama was somehow better and different from other ultra-leftists that they simply took him on faith.
They ignored his anti-white writings in his books. They ignored his quiet acceptance of hysterical anti-American diatribes by his minister, Jeremiah Wright.
They ignored his refusal to explain years at a time of his life as a student. They ignored his ultra-left record as a "community organizer," Illinois state legislator, and Senator.
The American people ignored his total zero of an academic record as a student and teacher, his complete lack of scholarship when he was being touted as a scholar.
Now, the American people are starting to wake up to the truth. Barack Obama is a super likeable super leftist, not a fan of this country, way, way too cozy with the terrorist leaders in the Middle East, way beyond naïveté, all the way into active destruction of our interests and our allies and our future.
The American people have already awakened to the truth that the stimulus bill -- a great idea in theory -- was really an immense bribe to Democrat interest groups, and in no way an effort to help all Americans.
Now, Americans are waking up to the truth that ObamaCare basically means that every time you are sick or injured, you will have a clerk from the Department of Motor Vehicles telling your doctor what he can and cannot do.
The American people already know that Mr. Obama's plan to lower health costs while expanding coverage and bureaucracy is a myth, a promise of something that never was and never will be -- a bureaucracy lowering costs in a free society. Either the costs go up or the free society goes away.
These are perilous times. Mrs. Hillary Clinton, our Secretary of State, has given Iran the go-ahead to have nuclear weapons, an unqualified betrayal of the nation. Now, we face a devastating loss of freedom at home in health care. It will be joined by controls on our lives to "protect us" from global warming, itself largely a fraud if believed to be caused by man.
Mr. Obama knows Americans are getting wise and will stop him if he delays at all in taking away our freedoms.
There is his urgency and our opportunity. Once freedom is lost, America is lost. Wake up, beloved America.
Ben Stein is a writer, actor, economist, and lawyer living in Beverly Hills and Malibu. He writes "Ben Stein's Diary" for every issue of The American Spectator.
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Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- A new study done on women in Turkey who had abortions finds a 66 percent increased risk of contracting breast cancer as a result. The study is the latest to confirm that abortions cause significant adverse medical risks for women who have them, in addition to killing unborn children.
The results also found that, while induced abrotion causes increased breast cancer risks for women, having a spontaneuous abortion, or miscarriage, does not.
Dr. Vahit Ozmen and his colleagues at the Istanbul Medical Faculty at Istanbul University and Magee-Women's hospital in Pittsburgh conducted the new retrospective study.
They published their findings in the April 2009 issue of the World Journal of Surgical Oncology and examined women who, between January 2000 and December 2006, were admitted to clinics of Istanbul Medical Faculty for examination.
The researchers said that their findings showed abortion was "significantly associated with increased breast cancer risk."
"Breast cancer risk was found to be increased in women with ... induced abortion (95% confidence interval)" and an age above 35 years-old at the time of a first live birth. "However, decreased breast cancer risk was associated with ... presence of spontaneous abortion."
"Our study revealed that spontaneous abortion was associated with the decreased risk of breast cancer in univariate analysis whereas induced abortion was associated with increased breast cancer risk in both univariate and multivariable analyses," they wrote.
Contrary to the claims of groups like Planned Parenthood and Susan G. Komen for the Cure that say there is no such-abortion breast cancer link, the physicians involved in the study assert otherwise.
Other studies "found a positive association between induced abortion and breast cancer risk in women younger than 50. Therefore, similar to our findings, the majority of the studies reported that induced abortion was associated with increased breast cancer risk."
Joel Brind, Ph.D., the head of the Breast Cancer Prevention Institute in the United States and a professor of endocrinology at Baruch College in New York, says he is not surprised by the results.
"I guess they didn't get the 'memo' from the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI), which declared back in 2003 that the non-existence of the abortion-breast cancer link had been 'established,'" he told LifeNews.com.
Brind also said that the breast cancer risk the doctors found in Turkey is likely higher than they reported. He said Ozmen's team most likely underestimated the breast cancer risk associated with abortion because of a flaw known as "selection bias."
Selection bias is a flaw in the study because only hospital or clinic patients were selected as study subjects, and they were therefore not representative of the general population.
According to Brind's hypothesis, a disproportionate number of "modern" women were likely represented among the controls -- a group more likely to have abortions and visit the hospital often for minor complaints.
By contrast, a disproportionate number of "traditional" women were represented among the patients; women less likely to abortions and visit the hospital.
"To their credit, Dr. Ozmen et al. did acknowledge the likelihood of selection bias in their study, although they were not specific in attributing any effects on their results to it," he said.
Karen Malec, president of the Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer, also commented on the study and said American medical groups need to take notice of the results.
"Although the NCI, the nation's largest funder of cancer-research, and others have worked feverishly to suppress the ABC link by publishing fraudulent research and even leaning on scientists whose studies have shown risk increases among women who have abortions, honest research occasionally escapes the NCI's purview," she said.
Citation: Ozmen et al. Breast cancer risk factors in Turkish women - a university hospital-based nested case control study. World J Surg Onc 2009;7:37.
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Abstract of the study - http://wjso.com/content/7/1/37
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Learn more about THE FACTS of this devastating problem!
Many people do not know, that since 1973 (year abortion was legalized in the U.S.) more African American babies have been killed by ABORTION than the total number of African American deaths from all other causes COMBINED.
US Center for Disease Control and the Alan Guttmacher Institute
Abortion services have been DELIBERATELY and SYSTEMATICALLY TARGETED towards African Americans. A disproportionate number of the nation’s abortion mills are located in minority neighborhoods. Learn more: ABORTION & GENOCIDE
Life Issues Institute Black Genocide Study
35% of abortions in the United States are performed on African American women, while they represent only 13% of the female population of the country. US Census Bureau
The abortion rate among married African American women is three times greater than it is among white women. National Vital Statistics Reports, Vol. 48, No. 11
According to the 2000 Census, Hispanics have replaced African Americans as the largest minority group in the US. The loss of over 14 million black babies through abortion has played a significant part in this population decline.
by Brenda Rucker
In the next two days, more Black people will die in America than during the 100 years of lynching recorded after 1865.
Quietly claiming almost 1500 Black lives every day, a vicious killer is working systematically through our families and communities. Most of us are vaguely aware of its existence, yet it has claimed enough lives to now be the number one cause of death among Black people. Do you know what this killer is?
You might think of AIDS. Or, even cancer and heart disease. Drugs and violence may even come to mind as possibilities. But, the number one killer of African Americans today is abortion, the silent killer that we don’t talk about, publicly or in private.
We do know about it though, because the statistics are almost overwhelming as Black women, in disproportionate numbers, are selecting this option to resolve their issues with unwanted pregnancies.
Statistics released in November 2005 by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveal over 13 million Black babies have been killed through the process of abortion since 1973, that is 1/3 of our present population, and more than double the number killed during the Jewish holocaust of the 20th century.
Of the estimated 4000 abortions performed in the U.S. daily, Black women receive nearly 1500 of the total, about 37%.
This number is highly disproportionate when you consider Black women only comprise about 12% of the population. These figures may come as a shock to you, but it is a reality in Black America today.
Data collected from Planned Parenthood, the number one abortion provider in the nation, through its affiliate the Alan Guttmacher Institute (AGI), provides greater insight to this situation.
From AGI, we learn that most Black women having abortions today are over 25 years of age (49 percent) and over three-fourths of the women are unmarried. Almost half of all these pregnancies are unplanned, half of which are terminated by abortion, and this number continues to grow.
Reasons most often given by women seeking abortion are the desire to postpone childbearing, lack of financial resources, or relationship issues with partner.
Other reasons noted include too young, fear of disruption in education or career, or do not want the child.
In choosing to abort the child, women expose themselves to issues much greater than the reasons given for the abortion.
Much attention today is being given to the physical and psychological consequences brought to bear upon the woman who chooses to terminate her pregnancy by abortion.
In a study conducted in 1994 on post-abortion Black women, responses to a questionnaire indicated 81percent of the women experienced one or more psychological complaints, ranging from feelings of guilt, to regret and often times deep depression.
Other complaints revealed feelings of low self-esteem, anger, despair and even suicidal tendencies. Only one percent said they would recommend abortion to others.
Breast Cancer link
Much of the health concern today for women who have had an abortion centers on the increased risk of developing breast cancer.
Although no one is saying abortion causes breast cancer, the statistics reflect a trend that cannot be ignored.
Since the legalization of abortion in 1973 (and the subsequent increase in abortions), the incidence of breast cancer in women has increased by more than 40 percent, and according to recent data released by the American Cancer Society, this cancer now ranks as a leading cause of death in African American women.
Similarly, information obtained from the Johns Hopkins Breast Center medical research website (February 2003), states that African American women under age 35 are disproportionately affected by breast cancer. This echoes the findings in a study from 10 years prior by Howard University, which also found African American women at increased odds for the disease if they had a history of induced abortions.
Could there be a connection between the incidence of abortion and the development of this disease?
Though many will argue the validity of this claim, medical / research groups such as the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, The Breast Cancer Prevention Institute, the National Physicians Center for Family Resources and others substantiate the claim as medically sound and documented by in-depth research results.
When abortion on demand was legalized in 1973, the general opinion was that abortion would serve as a harmless and effective means for a woman to control her rights to reproduction, and women have been encouraged to use this alternative when faced with the challenges of an unwanted pregnancy.
New information obtained from the post-abortive studies tell us, to the contrary, that this is in fact a harmful and extremely costly alternative when we consider the psychological and physical risks involved with receiving an induced abortion. As these studies reveal, abortion is not only a matter of life or death for the unborn child, but quite possibly also for the mother. And the numbers, as they continue to multiply ever so quietly, sounds the alarm of a holocaust in Black America.
And we’re not talking about it?
Laing et al, "Breast cancer risk factors in African-American women: the Howard University tumor registry experience," Journal of the National Medical Association 85:931, 12/9
Brenda Rucker, M.A. is a graduate of Park University and Western Baptist Bible College in Kansas City, Mo. She is a published author and poet, and is currently working on her first book, "God's Unique Calling to Women".
I pray that in all respects you may prosper and be in good health, just as your soul prospers. 3 John 2