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Karen Irby of Germantown, Md. (right) and her six-year-old German Shepherd Lola practice “nose work” in the activity space at the Veterinary Holistic Center.

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Bettejeanne “BJ” Hammond much prefers the term “body work” to massage. “Open wine and get out the candles, that’s what people think of massage,” she said. “They think it’s to relax, but it’s so much more than that.”


rikimaruxx 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Indeed, what remains of the foundaitons of pre-war civilization? The national ideal has been discredited while nothing has been crated instead. The vague conception of internationalism is still alien to the minds of the vase majority. The habitual methods of diplomacy have been declared by diplomats, themselves, as being contrary to the contemporaneous aims of statesmanship; but new methods have not been discovered. The statesman of the old type has disappeared. The great crisis has failed to produce great characters. In the place of " Napoleons, Bismarchs and Gladstones of former times, the world is being governned by Lloyd Georges, Wilsons and Trotzkys. Monarchs have been deposed, their crowns stamped in political mud, their Empires torn into piecs. But new States born out of their ashes are weaklings not because they are young, but because they are unhealthy and artificial in their make-up. Inded, the politican has replaced the statesman and the very conception of historical tradition has been obliterated


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