This event should Not have happened!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
May the Children and teachers who died during the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre on December 14 2012 Rest In Peace ♥
I am so sorry xo
Somewhere I belongsomewhere I belong,
somewhere I feel strong,
somewhere, where interruptions are far, far away and never for too long,
somewhere I can call home,
somewhere I can be alone,
somewhere like our very own home.
Arrogance hurts others when taken too farTo me, something called Arrogance/ being self absorbed is only bad when it infests individuals to the extent that it effects/plays a big part on their attitude and causes the individuals to attack others verbally and/or physically sometimes without little to no remorse.
Dreams and Hope to me can beDreams can come true,
Hope (too much of it and/or false) is like a blade that cuts and hurts you
Abuse can only be handled for so longIt's wrong to always abuse and use the ones you love, I can see how a push can eventually come to a bloody big fat SHOVE.
Its okay to dislike thingsIts stupid how people go looking for something they absolutely dislike (things like different arts, sports, TV shows) simply to whinge, gossip and bitch about it after. for example If you don't like football, Simple! Don't watch it on DVD /look it up on the computer because your setting yourself up for disaster and a session of bitching, whining and abusing others because you couldn't be bothered keeping away from things you dislike in life!
Kate Middleton Duchess of Cambridge in LabourCatherine, Duchess of Cambridge is in Labour!!
I wish her and her family well
may you have a safe and quick labour ma'am
Hoping you have healthy baby boy or girl
Taking photos of oneselfViolence, bullying & abuse in the world and cyberspace is what should always be tackled and sorted out instead of having a go at people for taking photos and/or selfies of themselves because having a go at others you are just adding on to the fighting, picking, inflicting pain on and abuse towards others in this world and cyberspace. Simply taking a photo of oneself is not bullying and is much less harmful compared to the previous things I mentioned (Violence, Bullying, Abuse, inflicting pain on others)
helping othersIs ones ability to help others a gift, damaging or maybe a curse? well to me it can be all of them. To help a mother can be hard yet rewarding though to be abused especially with immense attitude by her teenage daughter for helping her mother clean the daughters dishes gathered out of her bedroom is indeed at times both damaging and a curse.
Here's to those who are hurting You're not poison ivy and you're not crushed mimosa, you're not a history of screwed ups and let downs, you're not choked hazard with nothing else to give. You're not his or hers or theirs to be tugged and pulled around by their selfish and egocentric whims and your future is certainly not on their leash. You don't combust into flames and extinguish into ashes on the click of their fingers, so breathe and relax. You don't owe anyone anything and you certainly are not their definition of damaged cassette tapes.
Tell anyone who had ever told you that you're not gritted teeth and clenched fist to screw off because you had been inhaling vile smoke and your lungs are turning black and your kidneys are rebelling into cement and stones and you are in the middle of pitfalls and booby traps and all you have are wrong wrong wrong advices that made you cry until your bones f
Can Christians Like Dragons?In other words, can a Christian morally have a love for dragons? The logic behind the question is that dragons by Biblical standards seem to be evil creatures. Therefore it should be incompatible to follow Jesus Christ and love dragons at the same time, right? This is what I've been accused of many times, being a firm holder to Truth yet having a soft spot for dragons. I would like to answer in detail these accusations, thus the reason for this article.
Let us look at dragons from every angle, starting with what The Sacred Scriptures say. In The Holy Bible the Hebrew word used for dragon(s) is 'tanniyn' and shows up 29 times in The Old Testament. But, do note that dragons are not always referred to under that word in Scripture, so the count is higher. I've divided these verses up into groups, mainly general and specific cases.
**Dragons in general
--in The Bible we see that dragons are often used by God as curses. Examples are the Babylonian Empire (Isaiah 1
The Bible Says God Doesn't Exist (Really!)
Many Christians wonder how anyone could doubt the existence of God, but it turns out it's right in the bible. If you read between the lines, it tells you there's no God
1) The bible claims that God sacrificed Jesus for our sins. (John 3:16, Romans 3:25, Ephesians 5:2, Hebrews 9:26) (This is ignoring Deuteronomy 24:16 and Ezekiel 18:20, which state that everyone is to be responsible for their own transgressions without anyone else dying for their sins, thus undermining the primary basis of Christianity.)
2) Since Jesus is God (2 Peter 1:1, John 10:30-33, and other verses), premise 1 means that God sacrificed himself.
3) A sacrifice involves the destruction of the entire being, including the spirit. This seems intuitively obvious especially for a self-sacrifice, since it's not much of a sacrifice if the martyr is guaranteed an eternity in heaven.
Haiku Theory Part 1 -2009-A Lot of Words About A Little Poem
An Introduction to Haiku Structures
A haiku poem cannot be defined according to the number of syllables and lines it contains (nor by the number of syllables in each line). Although I do not wish to go into the reasons why at this point (I will save that for a later discussion) the form of modern English haiku, as Haruo Shirane writes, is a short poem, usually written in one to three lines. (in Gilbert, 2009) At this point our definition sounds very vague. If the number of syllables and lines do not define a haiku poem, then what does? And if a haiku poem is simply a short one, two or three-line poem then what separates it from other forms of Western short-verse or, in the case of one-line haiku, a sentence?
Patricia Donegan writes, in agreement with the Western haiku community at large, that syllable counting... is not the important thing for haiku in English. Haiku is an experience, not an act of co
Brushing Up Against HistoryNovember 1963
I'm eight years old and sitting in class (I strangely recall that my seat was in the middle of second row, on the side away from the window), when the principal comes in to tell us that the president has been shot.
I do not know
what it means, but I know
that it scares me.
My mother meets Senator Robert F. Kennedy while he is campaigning in San Francisco and gets his autograph. I live with my father in a small town in Michigan, where every year leading up to Memorial Day, I sell paper poppies for the VFW.
blood of soldiers on the field
war has come home
I watch the news and see the body count, arranged like a scorecard. The numbers say we are winning, but one of those numbers is from our town, the only casualty that week. I don't know him, but I see his picture on the cover of Life Magazine.
I turn 17 the next month
and try to join the Marine Corp
my father will not sign
As a small-town b
No God - No Atheists"If there were no God, there would be no atheists." G.K. Chesterton
"That's stupid!" you say.
"Not true," says I. This statement, in and of itself, provides proof for the existence of God. I know that, if you are a non-believer, you will instantly dismiss this quote. Your beliefs are quite firm, after all, and what can shake them? You question the existence of God, but you don't really want an answer. An answer will prove you wrong. However, if you are willing to read on, I think you'll find that the question of rather or not God exists isn't one of fact or fiction. It's true, and I shall illustrate how simply using this quote.
Perhaps I should put this quote into a different perspective. Here is one of the same theme by C. S. Lewis: "If the whole universe has no meaning, we should never have found that it has no meaning: just as, if there were no light in the universe and therefore no creatures with eyes, we should never know it was dark."
The view behind this is simple: If ther
The Best Case for God: Refuted
Pay it "Foreword"
I recently came across an ingenious website written to argue in favor of the existence of Yahweh, the Christian God. The argument presented is impressive, if only for its crafty misdirection and intellectual sleight-of-hand. The website is the work of Rich Deem, who seems very intelligent and well-educated. In this way he provides evidence for Michael Shermer's quote, "smart people believe weird things because they are skilled at defending beliefs they arrived at for non-smart reasons."
As I wrote this book, I began by focusing on the linked article about whether atheists have disproven God, and then branched out to other parts of the website later. I then found even more interesting arguments from William Lane Craig and addressed them as well. I've also included a fe
The code of master and slaveThe Code of Master and Slave
The bond between master and slave revised version 2.1.36
now for all of those who need boundaries to save an abusive relationship with your master
This is the code that bonds master and pet. This is my version of the code of life. Anyone who has any suggestions may give them to me no matter how small they are all appreciated. This code is a system of honor that the pet and the master are bound to breaking this code is considered a deed of great dishonor. There are many things that will be discussed in this code and I will try and cover all the bases starting with the every day life part. This document is now a collaboration of the works of many artists and if your piece may fit into this please tell me and I will include it if it relates to the topic at hand. This document is my life's work and it will always be important to me. If you so choose to make it part of your life please take great care
From The Soul Of A Dog
~A drink from a water fountain tastes better when you allow the water to trickle down your chin.
~Familiarize your nose with important things, whether it be a comfortable blanket, good food, or a favorite person.
~Revel in the thrill of protecting those you love.
~Eagerly anticipate meal times and when they happen, be sure to take joy in every mouthful.
~Take time to run barefoot on occasion and experience the sting of feet meeting earth with each stride.
~Look forward to car rides and when occasion allows, stick your head out the window to feel the wind on your face. Who cares if your hair gets messed up, that's what combs are for.
~When uncertain about eating something, smell it first. You'll be surprised just how much the nose really knows.
~In most situations, an open show of hostility only makes things worse.
~Barking relieves stress. Whether it be at cars, other dogs, or even birds flying overhead, it all works.
~Don't consider yourself too high a