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The dad who created a virtual hospital for young cancer survivors

At the Akashic Times, we try to feature positive news to inspire people in a world where it seems that only negative news, terrorist attacks and murders seem to be featured prominently in the headlines. This is one of the reasons we have a whole section on the Akashic Times dedicated to positive news. The stories that we feature often[Read More...]

Researchers conclude consciousness survives after death

Researchers conclude consciousness survives after death

A team of researchers from New York have concluded that we remain conscious after death. Scientists from New York University Langone School of Medicine studied patients who had been resuscitated in Europe and in the United States, who were brought back to life after suffering a heart attack. Dr Sam Parnia, NYU’s director of critical care and resuscitation research, said[Read More...]

Pham Duc Duy has turned his life around after practicing Falong Gong

Former drug addict says Falong Gong helped him kick his addiction

We have all made bad choices at some point in our lives. But for some of us, those choices have the ability to completely destroy our lives. Drug addiction is one such choice. Becoming hooked to drugs is bad news for anybody that adopts that habit. The good news is that it is possible to change. For one man in[Read More...]

Indiana Cop comforts a kid in the most awesome way

Indiana Cop comforts a kid in the most awesome way

Sometimes a little understanding can go a long, long way. Officer Precious Corner-Jones is a 40-year-old mother-of-three and a member of the Indiana State Police. While attending a “high-five” rally at Indianapolis Public School 88, Corner-Jones noticed a young boy with a sad look on his face. Suddenly, he crumbled to the ground before having a meltdown. She spotted his[Read More...]

International chefs group together to banish hunger in Brazil

International chefs group together to banish hunger in Brazil

An initiative has been launched by a group of international chefs in Rio de Janeiro to combat widespread hunger. Italian chef Massimo Bottura and Brazilian chef David Hertz, are spearheading the scheme that will see surplus food donated by the Olympic village given to impoverished residents. The RefettoRio Gastromotiva initiative comes after the 31st Olympics came under criticism for sidelining[Read More...]