http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=informazioni-viagra-generico-a-Genova“To everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under the heaven,” begins the third chapter of Ecclesiastes. Two distinctive seasons in the cycles of time are marked by the vernal and autumnal equinox which signalize equal lengths of day and night as the sun crosses the equator, at which point the cycles shift.
see The vernal equinox, that begins each March 21, signalizes Spring, the warming of the earth following a long, cold winter–from which we have ironically been recently spared in our particular area–and the rejuvenation of plant life with all of its beauty! Continue reading Approaching Harvest season . . .→
watch I have a problem with these debates—aside from the fact they were occurring a year and a half before the election. Our process is so long—over a month between the first and second sets of Democratic debates. By way of comparison, it took only two months for Britain to “elect” and install Boris Johnson as Prime Minister after Theresa May announced she was stepping down. Continue reading Presidents Don’t Debate→
The White House’s recent declaration to deny asylum to those who travel through another country before arriving to the U.S. blocks the possibilities and dreams of safety for any immigrant crossing Mexico (and potentially Guatemala). In order to enforce this declaration, the U.S. would need to have “Safe Third Country” agreements with Mexico and Guatemala. Currently, the U.S. only has this type of agreement with Canada. Continue reading Safe for Whom?→
From every graduating class there are always those voted, or perceived to be “most likely to succeed.” Among the most detrimental aspects of human behavior thwarting this process we find “taking credit and shifting blame.”
It has been wisely stated, “We have no idea what a paradise this world would be were we not so hung up on who gets credit for what! This warped-ego mentality has distorted history, retarded scientific development and impeded social, economic, mental and spiritual progress. Along with seeking notoriety, greed also plays a tremendous part in the equation. Continue reading Those Most Likely to Succeed . . .→