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Have you heard the phrase "like attracts like" or read the good Biblical Proverbs (23:7) that proclaims, "As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he"? I must admit, up until recently my vision was cloudy as to the real power of these truths. I guess
Just like his hero Jesus Christ of Nazareth who was thought to be a demon, or maybe simply son of the carpenter. One would think that since he is being confronted by maddening noise, he would come back to those questioning him with equal tenacity.
Songs for What Is This Heart?...Few things remain, though, no questionHow to Dress Well mixes being posted on the blog are one of them, as are various staff members turning to mush at the sound. Ruth Saxelby, who played him the track while at her
Chinese proverb The West, as we traditionally designate "Old" and "New" Europe, along with North America plus Australia and New Zealand, is a set of countries with two historic-sociological characteristics: modernization and Westernization. The first
American Family Association spokeshater Bryan Fischer is still really upset about Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy's desire to put the whole anti-gay controversy behind him . Right Wing Watch reports that Fischer used his radio program yesterday to
Albert Einstein Intellectuals solve problems; geniuses prevent them -- Albert Einstein You can't control the wind, but you can adjust your sails -- Yiddish proverb I don't want to become immortal through my work. I want to become immortal through not
Dressing for success may create good impressions , but people judge your intelligence and credibility based upon what comes out of your mouth. Here are eight verbal habits that immediately mark you as somebody who's either foolish or shifty: 1.
American society is badly damaged by a lack of virtue and the rejection of wisdom--Does not Wisdom Call Out?...It is part of each culture's duty to the coming generation to collect wisdom. We must instruct upon the difference between success and
When elephants fight the grass gets hurt." This proverb is used regularly to describe local officials whose disputes and divisions end up hurting local residents...Paterson 's elected bodies seem to be engaged in a political turf war.
Apples have long been associated with a healthful diet, but just how old is the adage An apple a day keeps the doctor away? It sounds as if it should be really old, but, in fact, the first recorded use is in the 1860s, said Caroline Taggart, author