David goes to Ahimelek the priest who asks him why he is alone. David lies and says he is on a mission for the king. He asks for five loaves of bread or “what you can find.” (vv. 1-3). Ahimelek has only consecrated bread which he offers if the soldiers have kept themselves from women. […]
This November we teamed up with The Cube, a 25 storey icon of the Birmingham skyline, to find the Cube Photographer of the Year 2018! Anyone was eligible to enter up to three pictures of the Cube and over the course of two weeks, 281 images were submitted by 114 photographers to our hashtag – […]
The Hidden Truth on M&A There are an assortment of explanations for why someone might be mean vivacious, and like I mentioned previously, they might not be aware of the explanations for why. Among the amazing facets of a spectacular aim is it has an end, a time in which you’re shooting to accomplish it. […]
With ingenuity and international cooperation, we can make the most of new technologies and new challenges, and create a shared and sustained prosperity.
This time of year is all about the stories. We’re starting to think about family get-togethers, foods that come out for our special festivals, ghosts of festivals past… Do you remember the time that Grandmother took several glasses too many of the Christmas wine and danced the cancan till her hip gave out? Don’t let […]
There are heaps of scenarios of why you would have to lead due ingenuity on a man or company. So many individuals have great ideas of things they want to develop, yet the majority of the time we simply think about it, and hold it. The deal is encountering regulatory approval and is anticipated to […]
I found Matthew Summers’ critique of my essay “Capitalism and the Gospel of Love” illuminating in the sense that two serious thinkers can look at the same phenomenon from completely different viewpoints. He seeks to show that capitalism is the best economic system; given capitalism, I seek to understand how to live best; he focuses on […]
“I don’t have the capital.” “Nobody wants to give me capital.” “The banks have turned me down five times.” These are some of the most common reasons people give for not starting or growing their businesses. Access to capital is arguably the biggest threat to entrepreneurs around the world. And every year, thousands of passionate […]
[Above photo: ] 11 December 2018 We’ve taken four days and driven a loop to see some of Linda’s relatives, including her beloved 107yo aunt, Pierena. She was Linda’s father’s sister, born in Pittsfield of Italian immigrant parents. Her memory is still sharp, although she’s not walked for the past 2 years, is hard of […]
The Mind Museum The Mind Museum is the first-world-class home for science in the Philippines that was opened its doors the public way back March 16, 2012. The Mind Museum’s mission is to provide an extraordinary educational experience that inspires the public to understand nature. The Mind Museum features 250 interactive exhibits through five interconnected […]
Unlock Last Edited: December 11, 2018 at 7:05 PM The Arena War update is the 21st major update for Grand Theft Auto Online, released December 11th, 2018. It focuses on a televised destruction derby broadcast from the Maze Bank Arena. Los Santos and Blaine County residents have a new opportunity to face-off in televised carnage […]
Perhaps I’ve been focusing my attention on the wrong villain.
Dear folks, I anticipate some of you will have resistance to what I write below but I have to go there – not to bemoan problems, but in the desperate want for positive change.] When will we get it? When?! A science-based decision is made to extend critical habitat for the 74 endangered Southern Resident […]
Celebrating the clever artists who use the Italian streets as their canvas.