I am willing to modtraee my criticism, you are pointing at some relevant issues there, I agree. Stephen Fry is a sensible man and his opinions are well worth listening to, especially in times of overmedication and Big Pharma along with National Health Care operating sometimes on the edge of basic human rights. But he is an artist, and his worst nightmare would probably be his creativity taken away, so I was not surprised when he concluded that he wouldn't be medicated "for all the tea in China". The button question was exciting, but wouldn't more socially challenged interview objects have pushed it? (All in all it was a stunning documentary, indeed.)
Hey Mike, Hope you are doing well and thanks for lavieng a comment. I pray too that the next Pope is able to rejuvenate the Church, bring some sanity back to this world and reach the minds and hearts of many. It is a lot to ask of one person, but with God on his side, I am sure it is possible.
Dear all,I have watched the ieirnvtew very closely. I found out that there was a change in thought;discarding the old way of thinking by a new.I would say the president has revised the old, stalinist stand that the Woyane clique still advocates to null and void.1)For instance, self-determination upto and including succession is categorrically rejected by Ato Isayas. This proves that he is against disintegration of the Ethiopian, while favouring it as a temporary tool to safeguard the interests of one’s ethnic group within the framework of Ethiopia. It has got a positive echo.2) Using English to answer the questions does not by itself indicate he hates Amhara or Ethiopian in general. To speak English does not mean to love British or English speaking people of the world.The ieirnvtew, I think won’t be the first and the last. We may listen to him wonderful Amharic language once upon a time.3) Regarding Assab: This affair can be resolved if we Ethiopians unite and change a government that is resposible for the well-being of the entire nation. Then we could negotiate to gain the good out of it peacefully and brotherly.4) We should encourage any person when he or she comes to its senses.Finally, I appreciate the commentator, the ER-editor and EPPF-guy for their initiative to supply us with ample information on Issayas Afeworki's Testaments.
out loud, “Why did you put me through that, Flannery?”Hers were the Great Depression and WWII. As a girl O’Connor wachted her father die of systemic lupus, a disease which she herself developed at age twenty-five. Hence her statement: “I have never been anywhere but sick.” She lived in an era when “dark” was what most people lived and many wrote – her contemporaries were Faulkner and Hemingway. O’Connor had an unwavering belief that it is not the Catholic writer’s job to “tidy up” the human condition. “A Good Man is Hard to Find,” like most of O’Connor’s stories, reminds us that there is good and evil in the world. We experience, at a sensory level, the murder of the Holy Innocents. We face the reality of mystery and free will and human suffering.But I have to say that I’m glad Flannery didn’t kill grandma’s cat. Catherine A. Hamilton
they couldn't cnhage the address on my card to get my renewal. I can get a new one, but that involves borrowing a car and driving over a hundred miles round trip (unless I can find some local business that offers them which is not likely in this small town?) I will do that Monday if I can.When your credit is bad (I have lots of unpaid hospital bills) you can't even open a bank account (I tried just so I could help Rand reach his goal.)
Hip dysplasia is not unmmcoon in lots of dog breeds, particularly the bigger breeds. It is a deformity on the from the hip joint so the bone and socket do not fit snug. It causes rubbing and degeneration of the bone, inflamation and damage to surounding cartalidge. The situation commonly leads to arthritus as the bone is grinded down new mishapen bone grows back causing discomfort. The very good news about Canine Hip Dysplasia is the fact that most cases is usually treated to help eradicate or decrease discomfort, permitting fairly normal levels of activity. Incredibly handful of dogs now must be place to sleep to alleviate suffering. There are normally choices to become made, but the vast majority of affected animals can live quite comfortable lives. Depending on how severe the damege is discomfort medication and anti-inflammatory drugs could be offered. An additional pretty great supplement to provide is glueclosamine. Eventually even though surgery might be necessary. . . I'd recommend speaking to the shelter about having him examined by a vet of the selection just before officially adopting him. If you are willing to spend a little dollars to consult having a vetranarian you’ll be capable to talk about this guy’s prognosis. This way you are able to know beforehand if his situation is mild or severe and what treatment options are reccommended and at what cost. I hope I haven’t scared you away from adopting this dog due to the fact it might only be arthritis misdiagnosed or a mild case of hip dysplasia, only a vet can tell you for certain.
Christiana Lutheran in Salisbury will have Sunday Evening Lenten Services starting at 5pm foollwed by a meal in the Fellowship Hall. The topic of Study will be Love the Lord your God from Mark 12:28-30. Each evening we will look at how we can do this we all our heart, soul, mind and strength. During our morning worship services at 10:30am we will be looking at five covenants God made with his people. The first one is God’s covenant with Noah and the sign of that covenant is the rainbow. The second covenant is with Abraham and Sarah to make of them a great nation. With the Ten Commandments God continues his covenant with the people of Israel to be his people and he will be their God. The fourth covenant is the snake covenant— it’s a bit unusual in that God condemns the Israelites for their disobediences, but then turns around and offers them salvation in the form of a bronze snake. This snake becomes a foreshadow of what our Savior Jesus’ death does for us. The final covenant is the new covenant that God will make with his people to show his infinite love for us.
GingerMy husband and I rcnletey moved back to SA and we are looking for a yound marrieds/grad student community group. Do you know which group of the ones listed on the website would be a good fit for us?Thanks,Ginger
I also skipped Plain of Jars and far too many other thigns. Bolaven Plateau was a bigger regret. I did my multi-day hangout in Luang Prabang and don't regret that in the least. In 2010 I felt rushed to move on, but approached it much differently in 2011 preferred really experiencing the place to getting farther. Live and learn' taught me to relax and immerse myself more, not less.I am retrospectively catching up my blog, adding in the photos, and writing up the missing pieces. You may note that most of Vietnam is still missing at this point, Maybe I'll see if I can do Hoi An before you get there.
Many private scoolhs offer more need-based aid than merit-based aid. Your parents would have to fill out a financial aid application and turn it into the school or to a clearing house. It would be decided if your family qualifies for financial aid and how much, if you were admitted to the school. Usually when they are admitting students they don't know which ones are requesting financial aid. All your parents' info is kept private.They do expect for parents to pay at least for some of the tuition in most instances. They feel parents should sacrifice and may look at home equity, vacations, purchases, etc when making a decision and make suggestions on how the parents can pay more of the tuition. Many kids who attend private scoolhs, even the most expensive, are not rich, but middle class kids, and they're parents are sacrificing to send them to private school. Most scoolhs would rather give smaller scholarships to many students, rather than full scholarships to a few students.There are some merit-based scholarships, usually at Catholic scoolhs. Generally they look for kids who have excelled in school, test scores (like ISEE or HSPT), extracurricular activities, athletics, etc. Sometimes the scholarships are for those who went to a Catholic elementary school or something of the sort. The best thing you can do to start is to check out the school's website and don't miss any of the dates on the admission calendar! They should have a page for financial aid, that will give you all the specifics. Good luck!
End run around obasctles to KyotoIn the absence of any major terrorist attack upon American soil this is, quite possibly, how Obama could well inflict the greatest harm to our nation.The end result of Kyoto is to cripple American industrial might while allowing rank offenders like China and Mexico to continue their flight beneath ecological radar.What little manufacturing we have left in America should be treated like an endangered species. It is as if we are shipping out the last specimens of bald eagle and buffalo to foreign zoos. It does little good for America to focus on the creation of intellectual property so long as our politicians willingly remain purblind to China's institutionalized theft of same. We might as well revert to our old easily counterfeited paper currency.It is Obama's and the democratic party's near-religious (if not just plain religious) adherence to the myth of MMGW (Man Made Global Warmening), that stands to harm America most. Voluntary unilateral compliance with Kyoto makes as much sense as voluntary unilateral nuclear disarmament and is just as dangerous.
Yes, I can see why you were drawn to it. This could be any mother with her child, the love is so edinevt. Most pictures of Mary and Jesus are very sterile and do not show even a fraction of the love she must have felt.
Hi Julie,You're welcome to asenwr me questions if you wants, I'll try to asenwr to the best of myability and knowledge of the issue on Catholics who are gays.I've attended 3 Catholic schools, I've talked with a lots of priests, I've also got spiritual counseling from the vicar general, a Jesuit, a Bishop, so I'm sure I could tell you a lots.Joe will forward you my email address, thanks Joe! Mike
There is no hope for Europe until the competitiveness gap with Germany is mndeed, and that cannot happen until the euro is broken up - preferably through Germany leaving.Spanish exports are picking up because internal demand has been wiped out. Italy on the other hand after a positive trade balance in 2012 is going negative again - the deindustrialization of the country (the second largest economy by manufacturing output after Germany, and 5th largest in the world) is picking up pace, and the businesses that could export are simply going broke due to lack of credit, lack of internal demand, and the State not paying its bills.There is no upside to Europe until either Germany reflates or the euro is abandoned.
Peter: It's not petty to stand up for the Truth. If the Church didn't, it would be as much about principle as a soiacl club where people just hang out just to hang out. The Church would then have about as much relevance. The Church is about love and accepts anyone who holds to the Faith. Your prescription would lead to NO Church and NO Faith, which, I wouldn't be surprised, may be your aim. Brother Stephen
14316Octcd26Chris 1074Tommy, your comparison with drugs and ahoclol addiction is ridiculous. Drugs and ahoclol addiction hurts other people around you, sometimes killing others, i.e. drunk driving. Hannah has every single right to believe as she does. It hurts no one and being proud of who you are and growing as a person leads to a healthier and more fulfilling life. One thing I feel that is always left out and something I struggle with conservative Christians and also why it took me so long to grow as a person is being faced with judgement from family and friends. Doesn't matter to you or anyone else how I live my life, GOD is my only Judge. I am also a gay Christian. I've read just about every post on this page. Lots of opinions and some are hard to deal with. I grew up a chrurch going Christian. I went to the same high school Bryan did and graduated the same year. I've always wondered about Bryan and I have to be honest, his post leaves me worried and concerned for his happiness and quality of life. It's clear that he has a love for Christ which is amazing and unquestionable. It's awesome that he's outspoken about his beliefs. I do question though if he's really happy because he's clearly struggling with his identity. His words, not mine, a Christian struggling with same-sex attraction. If God meant for him to choose a life of celibacy I don't think he would have a desire to be with someone else other than God.I believe in Christ's love and I believe in the gift God gave me to love my partner. I believe my partner is a gift from God. I don't believe anyone, not anyone, has the right to tell me that this gift is wrong. Not my family, not a pastor or elder, not my state or my government. God willing, I will be able to marry my partner and live a normal happy life raising a family and teaching my kids to love and respect others as they should love and respect themselves. Beliefs are personal so I'll give Bryan the benefit of doubt that he is living a happy life and not suppressing God's gift to find and share a life with someone else. I pray this is the case.I personally grew up knowing i wasn't meant to be alone and also know that I have feelings for the same sex not the opposite sex. I grew up struggling and trying to suppress my feelings for the same sex, having a girlfriend but never connecting as I should have on the level of that kind of a relationship. I grew up being told not to be gay because I would never be happy and I would die of aids. I'm here to tell you I've never been happier being myself, growing as a person, growing in my relationship with my partner and growing in my relationship with God and I do not of aids! I pray my family can one day understand this. I pray one day I can marry my boyfriend and take benefit of the legal aspects that the word, marriage, provides to all those straight couples out there. Did you know marriage provides over a 1,000 benefits to straight couples that gay couples do not have access to? I'm not talking of the Biblical term I'm speaking of the legal term. Though I guess that's a different blog.VA:F [1.9.20_1166](from 0 votes) 155