Life Is Good

24 Feb 19
FOX2now.com

Sen. Dianne Feinstein clashed Friday with a group of children over climate change policy, criticizing their requests that she back the Green New Deal, accusing them of presenting an ultimatum and contrasting their inability to vote with her three decades in office. The exchange comes as moderate Democrats grapple with the Green New Deal, a 10-year […]

24 Feb 19
ekbz's Blog

“The Lord is always good. He is always loving and kind, and his faithfulness goes on and on to each succeeding generation”(Psalm 100:5 TLB). If you grew up in a Christian home, you may have learned this childhood prayer: “God is great. God is good. Let us thank him for our food. Amen.” While simplistic, […]

24 Feb 19
ortnow

My Dearest Affection, I have always been told that God gives His hardest battles to His strongest soldiers. The thing is, I’m not that strong of a person. Today was a pretty hard day. I cried… a lot. As I got home from teaching my Saturday morning workout class, I sat in the car and […]

24 Feb 19
kplr11.com

Sen. Dianne Feinstein clashed Friday with a group of children over climate change policy, criticizing their requests that she back the Green New Deal, accusing them of presenting an ultimatum and contrasting their inability to vote with her three decades in office. The exchange comes as moderate Democrats grapple with the Green New Deal, a 10-year […]

24 Feb 19
Universe of Dahee

There are moments when I feel aligned with my whole being, immense power from the core of who I am rises, all of sudden no matter where I am, whatever I am doing, I feel like bursting into tears of joy and happiness. Perhaps it can be explained with the word epiphany or inspiration. Everything […]

24 Feb 19
Teach for Life

Albert Einstein was a scientist and a professor in Berlin. But he also involved in political activity as a result his life was divided between politics and equation. Sickened by what he saw as the waste of human lives in First World War, he involved in anti-war demonstrations.

24 Feb 19
Hi-Fi Way: The Pop Chronicles

Railed presented by Head First Acrobats at The Octagon at Gluttony was one of the anticipated big ticket shows at this year’s Fringe (they were the winners of the Best Circus and Physical Theatre Award at the Adelaide Fringe 2018) Like Elixir in 2018, Railed also follows a narrative thread, and while they were scientists […]

24 Feb 19
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24 Feb 19
Just a mom’s Life

When I lay in my daughters room with her at night listening to lullabies, I can’t help but become emotional… my little baby girl is turning three in a few months! I remember the moment I went into labor- thanks to my moms spicy meatballs I was eating when my baby decided it was time- […]

24 Feb 19
The Anthro Academic

How to recognize microaggressions, and effectively approach these situations I recently attended a departmental seminar on microaggressions and how to intervene. This training proved to be not only interesting, but actually very important because this is something that most people likely encounter every day, and probably do not actively recognize. It is not limited to […]

24 Feb 19
The Kenyon Thrill

  Welcome to In the Studio, a feature dedicated to exploring the fantastic independent musicians at Kenyon. This week, we showcase Will Oakley ’20 a political science (“unfortunately”) major and studio art (“possibly”) minor from Washington D.C.

24 Feb 19
Update Trend News

Rome, Italy – Italy and the United Kingdom have a long history of close economic, cultural and diplomatic ties. Italians have migrated to the UK for decades. In recent years, many young Italians have moved to the UK to study and work. Italians are the fifth-largest group of foreign nationals who reside in the UK, […]

24 Feb 19
My Life in Words

“With a new day comes new strength and new thoughts”                                                         –Eleanor Roosevelt Each day the sun breaks on the horizon and gives us another day – a chance to re-write the history of the day before, to embark on a new journey or improve the one we are on. Today does not have to […]

24 Feb 19
Dear Liz

Dear Liz, Over the past year and a half, three kids I went to high school with have committed suicide. I was not close friends with these three people, but I feel extremely saddened by their loss. I’m confused why it bothers me so much since I wasn’t close friends with them. Sometimes I feel […]

24 Feb 19
Cantadora - The keeper of stories.

  It’s time that BlogAdda renames write over weekend to “points to ponder” the prompts actually need the activity of the grey  residents of the cranial cavity. So I guess in a way they are addressing the design the whatever well. This week the prompt begins with Brian Reed once said, “ everything is designed. […]