oys ‘R’ Us informed employees on Wednesday that it will close or sell all of its more than 700 U.S. stores amid mounting debt and years of declining sales, according to a report. ..
MORE: David Brandon, CEO of the Wayne, New Jersey-based toy retailer, broke the news to employees at the company’s headquarters. Toys ‘R’ Us’s impending liquidation could result in as many as 33,000 layoffs, according to the Wall Street Journal. The company will file paperwork related to the liquidation of its U.S. division on Wednesday night ahead of a bankruptcy court hearing on Thursday, the report added.

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A question on auras..

I read once that many children can see auras but they're told by their parents that they aren't real. Eventually they just stop seeing them. I guess they sort of push them to the side and ignore them until they go away.
That is the question posed to me in a message.. It’s an interesting theory. There are some who claim this, others who don’t.. Good example of a disagreement may be this website: http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=160191
I always think that children are more open to any experience—especially paranormal. 
There are some who scoff at the idea that the paranormal is happening— I get messages all the time on here from people outright laughing at my attention to weird things and the creepier aspects of the universe.
But I think people who laugh and jab at me for how much I focus on it may simply be a bit worried that sometimes things aren’t explained by science.. 
Maybe one day they WILL be explained. Which means it’s going to go from paranormal to normal.
And yesterday’s paranormal is today’s normal.. and tomorrow’s reality.
It’s all relative I guess.
Back to the auras: I don’t know. I certainly know that I never remembered seeing one.. But that’s the other thing: Memories from childhood become so fuzzy with age.