Dadagari Jeelan today completed 27 Years.He born on 24th March Sources said the day is marks an Occasion of Sri Ram Birth Anniversary .Dadagari Popular known for his Literature on Fiction Short Novels with a best message of Morale.Moreover His Best Novel He well known recognition“Gandhiji and Selfish Passenger’s”,The Novel is all about How Arrival made […]
Death In Paradise
MICHELLE REID CHAPTER ONE The bed was a sea of rumpled white linen. Tangled amongst it Marco Bellini could see a long golden leg bent at the knee and the smooth silken curve of a hip and thigh. The rest was covered by fine white sheeting but for a slender arm and the […]
Unseasonal warm, August like temperatures, have banished old man winter for another year it seems. The skies are blue, the coastal mountains frosted with snow and Vancouver’s beaches are crowed with sun seekers. ‘Hey Camp, know what day it is today?’ I asked as soon as took my seat at our table with the […]
One of the most interesting developments in the annals of history is the history wars. The history wars are wars over historiography; that is, historical interpretation. Historian Sean Wilentz tacitly condemns the destructive influence of literary criticism upon history, “English professors are at the head of the line, given the recent trend for literary critics […]
And when the ark of the Lord was come into the city of David, Michol the daughter of Saul, looking out through a window, saw king David leaping and dancing before the Lord. 2 Samuel 6, 16 And whence is this to me, that the mother of my Lord should come to me? For behold […]
Herkimer Reformed Church Mid-Week Lenten Service – Theme “Sign of the Times” March 21, 2019 1 Timothy 6:3-10 3 If any one teaches otherwise and does not agree with the sound words of our Lord Jesus Christ and the teaching which accords with godliness, 4 he is puffed up with conceit, he knows nothing; he has a morbid […]
Justus Omoeko is suddenly seized by the desire to become a novelist. He wants another title other than a journalist for which thousands know him. He is soon inspired by the story of a popular prophet in town and decides to write a thriller out of the dark patch that is the life of this […]
10 May 1941 – Wikipedia. On the afternoon of 10 May 1941, there was a performance of Elgar’s The Dream of Gerontius at Queen’s Hall (Muriel Brunskill singing the angel, Webster Booth the soul, Ronald Stear the Priest and angel of Agony) conducted by Malcolm Sargent, with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Royal Choral Society. That night there was a massive air raid in which the chamber of the House of Commons and many other buildings were also destroyed, and damage was inflicted on the British Museum and upon Westminster Abbey. A single incendiary bomb hit the Queen’s Hall, and the auditorium was completely gutted by fire beyond any hope of replacement.
By: Dr. R. W. Bernard, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. The word “Agharta” is of Buddhist origin. It refers to the Subterranean World or Empire in whose existence all true Buddhists fervently believe. They also believe that this Subterranean World has millions of inhabitants and many cities, all under the supreme domination of the subterranean world capital, […]
The battle that is constantly waged in the spiritual realm is real. To further understand why it’s being waged, we must first look at it from a legal standpoint. Kingdom Authority was gloriously given to the first man, Adam. “Then God said, ‘Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; and let […]
“I needed to be happy, so I ____________________.” How many different ways do people fill in this blank? “…left my spouse.” “…quit my job.” “…stopped going to church.” “…aborted my child.” “…drank my sorrows away.” “…took some “me” time” How would you fill in the blank? Or, would you even say this at all?
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In 1917, the great Marxist proletarian leader, V.I. Lenin, led the first proletarian socialist revolution to victory, in the country of Russia, against all the odds. Among the so called ”great powers”, Russia was considered rather backward, with not a great deal of industry, and in fact most of the population was composed of peasants. […]