Is It Time To Tie The Knot

Is It Time To Tie The Knot

  Is It Time to Tie the Knot? As St. Valentine’s Day rolls around and we are approaching the Spring time the thought of love begins to enter the air. At this time many people begin to look to make what seems like a great relationship into something more permanent with the commitment of marriage. This is good…right? You love each other and that is what it takes…right? YES… if the time is right, you…

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Change Is Inevitable-Deal With It

Change Is Inevitable-Deal With It

No doubt that change is a scary thing. This fear comes from not knowing the outcome. Werewolf Transformation by JeanelleWalston Change comes in two forms: Random change Planned change                    -or- Change made by external forces Change made by choice No matter what; change is inevitable. The ONLY thing you have full control over is how you respond to change. Many questions run through your head regarding what to do. Change is rarely inherently bad…

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America – Where we came from (Article #2)

America – Where we came from (Article #2)

In our continuation of the series on America – Where we came from we explore the discovery of the new world and the ensuing colonization. In response to the challenges of opressive systems described in our last article people began to see the New World as an opportunity that they could only dream of in times past. They took their lives into their own hands to realize that dream into reality.   America – Where…

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In our next issue-Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

In our next issue-Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

  Guest writer and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Brown Belt Instructor Carl Cline writes about his experience with the sport and what it means to him.   Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu: My Crash Course Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu first began to gain popularity with the emergence of Mixed Martial Arts, or MMA, owing to the original Ultimate Fighting Championship events launched in 1993. I, like many others, became interested in the sport after watching the frail-looking Royce Gracie effortlessly dispatch…

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Beginning Mountain Biking

Beginning Mountain Biking

This article describes the basics of mountain biking. Learning more about the sport will help you to enjoy it even more. Mountain bikes are among the strongest and most rugged bicycles that you can find. The reason that these bikes are so strong is that they are ridden on some very tough terrain, including steep inclines, dirt tracks, and pebbles. In most cases, mountain bikers do not ride on smoothly paved roads, rather they ride…

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What Not to Put in Your Social Network Profile

What Not to Put in Your Social Network Profile

Online social networks have rapidly increased in popularity, especially over the past couple of years.  Social networking websites are popular because they easily allow you to find, connect with, and develop friendships with other internet users, often ones that share the same interests as you. To find those individuals, you must join a social networking website and create a profile.  It is often advertised that your social networking profile is the key to making and…

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In our next issue-Travel and Leisure (San Antonio Missions-World Heritage Site)

In our next issue-Travel and Leisure (San Antonio Missions-World Heritage Site)

  Howdy and welcome to Texas. This is the enchanted land of yesteryear, cowboys, ranches and cactus. It is also the land of a bustling economy and technology. Dateline July 5th, 2015 – San Antonio, TX: Five Spanish colonial missions designated as World Heritage Sites by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). While Surpass Magazine does not hold the political arm of the United Nations (UN) in much esteem, this decision is still…

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