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A few years ago, I had an argument with one of my sisters, about her watching “As the World Turns”. Basically I was trying to discourage her from watching all these soap operas. I gave her many reasons not to. It waste of time, it is petty, and it promotes vanity.

Anyway, after about two hour of sermon she told me she would try to stop. Thinking about the whole discussion, though, I realized that I could have summarized it in a better way: As the World Turns is not something pure.

If you lookup pure in the dictionary, pure refers to things that are free of dirt or pollution, that have a uniform composition, that are complete and sinless. The interesting thing is that this concept can be extended to virtually any field or venture. There are pure movies and impure movies. There is pure talk and impure talk. There are pure people and impure people.

Many people wonder why they’re not happy, even if they are financially stable. Apply the principle of purity to your life and it will become much easier to decide the things you should be doing and the ones you shouldn’t. I assure you will feel better about yourself and your decisions.

Sitting in front of the television watching soap operas or reality shows is impure. It will not make you grow as a human being. It will not make you more conscious. Sometimes, in fact, it will do exactly the opposite.

Have time to spare? Learn a foreign dance. Spend some time with friends and family. Read a good book. Learn how to play an instrument. Practice a sport. These are pure things.

Not convinced that this principle applies to virtually anything? Think about your job. You could always step on other people to rise and make more money. You could always put honesty and integrity aside and do whatever it takes to gain more power.

Is such attitude pure? Would this be worth it? I don’t think so.

In the end it will be only you and a mirror, and usually only pure images get reflected.

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Remember Alex Boylan? The former Amazing Race winner and host of the reality travel series ‘Around the World for Free’. Well, Alex has concluded his travels around the world.

After five months and 45,000 miles, Alex is now back in New York worn out, but still sharing the many wonders he experienced – especially that of Dominica Island.

When asked in his interview with CBS Reporter Chris Wragge ‘Which were the really really great moments?

Destination-wise, Alex chose Dominica to be his Favorite destination by far. Once again Dominica has won the heart of another World-traveler.

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Photo Scene From Pirates Of The Caribbean

Untouched and unspoiled, Dominica is a filmmaker’s paradise. It offers a variety of beautiful scenic and exotic locations.

Known as the Nature Island of Dominica, the island offers jungle and swamp locations, grasslands, mangroves, reeds and mudflats, lush virgin rain forests, cascading rivers, waterfalls and fresh water lakes, one of which is the only boiling lakes existing in the world today.

Not forgetting it’s beautiful black and golden sand beaches, dramatic coastlines, towering mountains, unique Creole Architecture and the list goes on and on.

Films Shot In Dominica

From Box-Office blockbuster movies to reality TV Series shows Dominica has done it all. There are some of the other films shot in Dominica:

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FILM DOMINICA: The Dominica Film Commission

Dominica Film Commission is a one-stop shop which takes care of all the producer’s needs, facilitating and allowing one to film cost effectively, faster and better. The Commission also offers other services including: assistance with location scouting; identifying and securing locations; assistance in obtaining a film license, work permit exemptions, visa waivers, special import permits and duty free exemption on all capital and other good used for filming.

For more information about the Dominica Film Commission and how they can help, contact the National Development Corporation -Valley Road, Roseau, Commonwealth of Dominica
Tel: 1 (767) 448 2045; Fax: 1 (767) 448 5840; email: filmdominica@dominica.dm or visit discoverdominica dot com.

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