I discuss the friction among traditions that seems to rear its ugly head this time of year, and our need to get back to what really matters this holiday season.
Srinagar, December 14, 2018: All Parties Hurriyat Conference leaders and activists held peaceful protests after congregational Friday prayers in Hyderpora against the gross human rights violations, excessive use of pallet guns and shifting of political prisoners to Indian jails at the hands of occupational forces. In a statement said that Hurriyat Conference organized a peaceful protest at […]
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 12/14/18 Registration is open for the Ascension Lacrosse Shooting Academy on Dec. 22 at the Starfinder Indoor Turf Field in Philadelphia. The event is for boys in the classes of 2019 through 2022 (high school) and 2023 through 2026 (middle school) and runs from 10 a.m. to noon. Price is $75. Click here […]
Subscribers article Roman Kolinka, in Uzès, on November 19th. ANAÏS BOILEAU FOR "M THE MAGAZINE OF THE WORLD" The scene takes place in Uzès, in a family house. An actor who is not yet thirty, little known, watches with his grandfather film where he plays against a big actress. Quiet during the whole session, the […]
We have reflected on the brokenness of the body in sickness and death and seen the challenges to understand these problems in a balanced manner. In these reflections we have seen an image of theology that can understand that while God provides healing and answers to prayer with our desire to be granted relief from […]
Oh, boy, I know what happens at the end of this. I haven’t been so reluctant to read an issue since Issue 39. There’s a flash of light and Sonic, oh, there’s a whole bunch of recap wasting our time. Finally we see Sonic saying there was a ten-second time rewind and he saves Sally […]
December 13, 2018 By Steve Beckow December 13, 2018 With loving greetings from all souls at this station, this is Matthew. A common thought around your world is, “I can’t believe the year is almost over!” Most people who are sensing that time is speeding up, don’t know what to do. Vibratory rates are accelerating because Earth […]
Basic income is a fine formula for a populist era, as this book ably demonstrates. It is a seductively simple concept that seems to address a range of urgent problems. Its protagonists claim it can be implemented in any number of ways, to suit all tastes and needs across the world. One is left wondering […]
Every city of substance has an iconic hotel to match. Durban is no exception.
Read this in the PDF Journal edition here She had been waiting at Heathrow airport for the last thirty minutes. She didn’t mean to show up this early, and technically she didn’t. Arrive early that is. Glancing upwards at the flight departures and arrivals boards for what felt to be about the fortieth time in […]
half a year has passed yet again, time is really flying too fast for me to handle results for the previous sem was worse than previously, to the point where i had to meet a dean member to discuss my falling grades below 3.5. the guy himself wasn’t actually keen to meet us failures and […]
So, Rome. Shorts weather. Pasta. Wine. That about sums it up (or not). I think, the first lesson learned on this trip (among many) was not my own. What might it be and who learned it? I believe my friends learned not to travel to Rome with a Classics major, or maybe they just really […]
Traditional Animation Traditional Animation or hand drawn is an animation technique where each frame is drawn by hand this was used until the development of computer animation. One of the first ever hand drawn animation was Gertie the dinosaur, Gertie the dinosaur is not the first animation but is one of the first in the […]