Americans’ trust in the media is at an all-time low. According to a 2017 Survey on Trust, Media and Democracy1 by the Knight Foundation, 43 percent of Americans have a negative view of news media compared to 33 percent reporting a positive view, while 66 percent believe “most news media do not do a good job of separating fact from opinion.”
Seventy-three percent believe the proliferation of “fake news” on the internet is a major problem, and only half feel confident that readers can get to the facts by sorting through bias. However, individual perception about what is true and what actually constitutes fake news varies.
As reported by Medium,2 “A majority of Americans believe people knowingly:
The Amish People are the Healthiest People in the World
The Amish People are the Healthiest People in the World – Living a Plain Simple Life…what have they really missed outside of their world of calm and peace??? No worries about blackouts, no electric. The closer one lives to the “Creator” the better their life is!!! In the Amish world most can truly call themselves children of “God” If the more people in the world ate like the Amish…no fluoride, no vaccines, no gmo’s or fast food. What would a body do with fresh fruits and vegetables??? When one family is in need, the rest go to help, what a wonderful world it would be if people helped their neighbors like they used to in the old days.
Change you diet, way of life and live a longer life…
Amish Money: 10 Frugal Lessons from the Amish
Written by Dana O. Crandell
Amish people and communities are unique in many ways. To most outsiders, they’re known mostly as soft-spoken people who live a simple life, don’t use electricity and don’t drive cars. They’ve also had just enough bad press to make some people wary. No matter what your opinion of their beliefs, the traditional Amish lifestyle offers some financial advantages that anyone might consider adopting.
Obviously, some adjustments involve sacrifices and commitments that not everyone is going to want to make, but the principles can still help you find ways to save. Here are some lessons to be learned from these “plain people”:
Sometimes “Need” Really Means “Want”
Most people cultivate a: