Being retired means I get to spend a lot more time with our adorable terrier, Zoey who I dearly love and, unfortunately, the appalling cat, Bandit who I can barely tolerate. Allow me to explain. Among the many qualities, I dislike about cats, in general, is the fact that they don’t have normal illnesses like […]
This is the third post on the character of God based on God’s revelation of himself to Moses on Mount Sinai. The specific focus of these studies is the intergenerational punishment statement in Exodus 34:7, “yet by no means clearing the guilty, but visiting the iniquity of the parents upon the children and the children’s […]
The Lord Jesus Himself prophesied that God would incarnate in the last days and appear as the Son of man to work.
Nigeria, economically at least, has degenerated severely and irredeemably in my lifetime. Violent crime rates has soared to the zenith, terrorism is higher than anywhere else in the World, the states are flooded with poverty-stricken civilians, inflation is surging at an alarming proportion, foreign debts are pouring in surplus, the conspiracy of oil spills in […]
Introduction: This is an activity to introduce and practise idioms with the word EYE. Students first divide the expressions into 3 categories and then answer the questions and discuss their responses with their classmates. Level: B2 Time: 60 minutes Objectives: To increase familiarity and correct use of idioms with the word EYE. To develop fluency and answer […]
In un art world for art people it’s hard to climb to the top, even to be in the art circle. Pollock made it to the top. But the expectation of Kaprow according the development of Pollock’s work since 1956 was quite negative. He didn’t trust Pollock’s ride of fame, Hi was close with his […]
Tokyo : Japanese authorities on Monday hit former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn with a fresh charge of aggravated breach of trust, the fourth formal indictment against the auto sector tycoon. The Tokyo District Court confirmed that prosecutors had filed the new indictment, which paves the way for his legal team to apply for bail. The 65-year-old strenuously […]
May 2018 By Kaddy Jawo The enjoyment of digital rights has received a major boost in The Gambia with a ruling by the country’s Supreme Court declaring as unconstitutional the law on False Publication on the Internet, among other repressive pieces of legislation, namely defamation and aspects of Sedition. The ruling, which also ordered the […]
Chapter 80: Tiandifu is in mess Feng Chuge tucked Achen into the quilt and left the room…. In the middle of the night, Achen woke up. He opened his eyes and found himself lying in his room. In the darkness, a faint purple glow flashed across his eyes. He remembered being in the Feng Residence’s […]
Sunflower In a world full of grandmas be a Nana tshirt Link Buys Now: Sunflower In a world full of grandmas be a Nana tshirt My dialect is Aleppine, Sunflower In a world full of grandmas be a Nana tshirt, so I only use Nana when mentioning her name. My mom is Homsi, so I use Teeter […]
My idea for this animation was to have my character be meeting his lover; he picks a flower and waits for them; and waits, and waits, and waits… I wanted to easily be able to show the passing of time, and so I decided to do so through the colour palette. Firstly, I painted my […]
Finnegans Wake is a book about anything and everything. Of course, the phrase “anything and everything” is usually used hyperbolically. However, I mean it quite literally. Whereas most literary works are only about some things, the Wake is about anything and everything: its world is absolutely unbounded, and this unboundedness is one of its central preoccupations. In the book, Joyce took up a cosmic impulse characteristic of great religious texts and metaphysical treatises, and found a way to give it distinctive literary expression.
Body-Mind Centering® Professional Development for Yoga & Movement Teachers: Aligning Contents and Container April 24th: Explore the kidneys and adrenals in relation to the iliopsoas muscles, diaphragm, pelvis and legs with Kim Sargent-Wishart One Heart Yoga & Meditation, Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne New session added 24 April Wednesday 12-3pm $55/50/45 concession Bookings at http://www.trybooking.com/ZWSY This workshop […]
In first decade of the 1900s, fashionable women needed morning dresses, afternoon dresses, evening gowns, and simpler dresses that were less occasion-specific. Social rituals, especially the custom of formal visiting, dictated the use of each of these dresses, or gowns, as the fancier garments were called. Women also wore suits, with shirtwaists (blouses), and had […]
Did you know that 2019 is the UN’s International Year of Indigenous Languages? There are thousands of languages spoken in the world today, but many of them are strongly localised and in danger of dying out because of the small size of their speech communities, and because their speakers often choose to use successful global […]