“I want to have a family, raise children and see grandchildren, and travel the world. We can do this! “
We can do this. By Tyler Fahey “Erin, do you care about me? Do you love me enough to be in this relationship”? Erin and Kassie had been in a relationship for nearly twelve years, since their junior year in high school. They went to the same university and believed they were life-long lovers. Though, […]More
“Your wound, I know the cure,” he muttered in the Saracen tongue, which I had learned to mastery before the journey.
The Healer of Montgisard By: Aya Bassiouny We were told before we departed that a man’s life cannot be taken, unless he gives it away; that if we wish to guard our souls, we hold fast to the sword, for the soul that dives to battle takes it wing from the limbs. But on the […]More
I’ve run the gamut on responses to this question. Some, which I assume are Non-Christian favor Jesus’s humanity. Oddly Christians focus on his divinity, which I find misleading given the message is in how Jesus lived his life. Author: Eugenio Zorrilla.More
Built on small islands and mud banks, Venice is slowly sinking. More than ever before, the pearl of the Adriatic is under threat. Having recently been hit by its most severe floods and with a state of emergency declared, what is being done to combat this? Well over a thousand years ago the first wooden […]More
the one most valuable piece of advice, “it is more painful to be a frustrated writer, than a bad writer.”
I went to an Irish Catholic School. It was called The Irish Institute. It was and is still run by the Legionaries of Christ. They have several schools in major Mexican Cities and are based in Dublin Ireland with an office in Rome. Most subjects were taught in English. Mexican History was taught in English […]More
I don’t think it’s one’s faith in as much as what one chooses to believe in to be of concern. I see the issue as how one practices The Faith. My mother was Protestant Free Methodist, and my father Roman Catholic. It was perplexing to hear how my mother grew up believing going to the […]More
The capacity to imagine nonexistent things was the key to everything, for it allowed them to communicate better.
“In his book Sapiens, historian Yuval Harari posits that our ancestors’ capacity to imagine nonexistent things was the key to everything, for it allowed them to communicate better. Before this change, they could only trust people from their immediate family or tribe. Afterward their trust extended to larger communities, bound by common fantasies (for example, […]More
Claire, the blogger behind The Golden Girls Fashion Corner, usually focuses on the TV quartet’s memorable sartorial choices. In a special post for National Coming Out Dayearlier this month, she zooms in on another area where the show was a bold, creative beacon in a sea of ’80s intolerance: their sensitive and inclusive representation of queer characters, topics, storylines.via Three Stories to Read this LGBT History Month — Discover
Not everyone's convinced these cool flying bikes can help Dubai Police do its job better. Many are concerned about efficiency, given that the bikes will only be able to fly up to 60 mph for 10 to 25 minutes with a pilot, but then require 120 minutes of charging time.https://youtu.be/aivvwBM5h_Y via Watch Dubai Police fly crazy Star Wars-like hoverbike - Roadshow — CNET News