Greetings to everyone at Mindfulness Matters. Below is a message from my friends at Experience Life Magazine and Being Healthy is a Revolutionary Act. Take a moment to cast your vote and join the Healthy Revolution! With blessings and gratitude — Arnie.

RevolutionaryAct.com has been nominated for a 2011 Intent Web Award for best health and healthy living Web site.  We’re so excited!While it’s an honor to even be nominated, winning this award would give our grassroots movement a little extra buzz, and push us closer to our goal of getting a million health-motivated people involved with our positive, change-making movement. Hence this email.There are only a few days left to vote (ends August 20th), and we could really use your support growing our healthy revolution. If you have some time, please visit Intent.com and cast your vote to help us edge past the competition. Feel free to vote once a day from each of your Web browsers and mobile devices (we welcome and encourage this approach!).

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