My Unusual Road of Life....
by kerminator
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Learn to Forgive!   6 h  
Forgiving someone who betrayed your trust isn’t easy. But you can start by following what many experts call the REACH model of forgiveness:
 
Pocket worthyStories to fuel your mind How to Forgive Someone Who Did You Wrong Here’s how to (finally) let go of that grudge. Men’s Health Danielle Austin How was it? Save stories you love and never lose them. Men’s Health More from Men’s Health We all know that letting go of a perceived slight is a lot better than harboring a grudge, but let’s be real here—forgiving someone can be very, very hard to do. However, holding onto all the times that someone has wronged you can have a negative effect on your health, and people who forgive others often report that they late ...   read more



 
Life is more than just things   31 h  
Whatever you do is part of your eternal existence and thus resides with you for ever! So learn to live the parts as best you should!
 
We are all passing thru this earthly mortal existence together! Yet since few of us actually have much personal interface time with the world’s population, be careful what you say or think and do! First we must learners to be able to see and understand how the Truth of God works in your life! It is based upon something good, which some have a difficult time accepting. Many are afraid to believe just because they have been constantly disappointed. Because they have the ” It can’t happen ” attitude! Avoid this chain of thought, which destroys faith and improvement! I encourage you to ...   read more



 
Who is running your life?   43 h  
Have you ever searched your calling? If you truly believe this, then you should be ready to drop whatever you are doing and start to accept and follow!
 
Blog: Forgotten Words! by kerminator How great a calling? ** Most people become so tied up in their life that they tend to miss the actual or real reason for their eternal existence! Date: 9/6/2020 ... viewed 405 times Who or what exactly is running your life? So where is your soul? Looking in Mark 1:16-18 When Jesus came to Andrew and Simon fishing, and he called them; ” Come Follow Me! ” - they left their nets and followed him! We find that, just getting the calling of the Lord Christ on the shore of the the Sea of Galilee was a powerful event! Few people actually ...   read more



 
The Black National Anthem?   53 h  
"Lift Every Voice and Sing" – often referred to as the "Black national anthem" in the United States[1] – is a hymn written as a poem by James Weldon Johnson (1871–1938) in 1900 and set to music by his brother, J. Rosamond Johnson (1873–1954), for the anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's birthday in 1905.[2
 
Lyrics Lift ev’ry voice and sing, ’Til earth and heaven ring, Ring with the harmonies of Liberty; Let our rejoicing rise High as the list’ning skies, Let it resound loud as the rolling sea. Sing a song full of the faith that the dark past has taught us, Sing a song full of the hope that the present has brought us; Facing the rising sun of our new day begun, Let us march on ’til victory is won. Stony the road we trod, Bitter the chastening rod, Felt in the days when hope unborn had died; Yet with a steady beat, ...   read more



 
What happened - Most people have no idea!   67 h  
Celebrating Juneteenth in Galveston
 
Celebrating Juneteenth in Galveston By Clint Smith June 18, 2021 History Jas. I. Campbell, Historic American Buildings Survey: Ashton Villa, Photograph, 1934. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons. The long-held myth goes that on June 19, 1865, Union gen­eral Gordon Granger stood on the balcony of Ashton Villa in Galveston, Texas, and read the order that announced the end of slavery. Though no contemporaneous evidence exists to specifically support the claim, the story of General Granger reading from the balcony embedded itself into local folklore. On this day each year, as part ...   read more



 
My view of my earthly Father   67 h  
I am a Junior; named after my Father, yet I never really knew him! All I remember was he was a resturant chef and the only thing he taught me was how to tie my shoes! SAD!
 
A Father should be an important person in each of our lifes - but that is not what always happens! Looking back on both my actual biological father and as well as my step-father {from the age of 13! Things could have been better! Starting with my Bio-father: He was in the Army when I was born. Having met my dear mother in Alabama! We lived with his mother who had a business and was well off financially most of her adult life. This you would think have would made for a solid base; not only for myself but also for my 18 month younger brother. Yet what was placed into orbit was the d ...   read more



 
“Why don’t you just trust in God?”   3 d  
The fellow AA member’s advice led Hopkins to say “why not” and take what he called a “quantum leap” out of his state of doubt and unbelief. Just ask!
 
Blog: Brain Boot Camp or Mindset Mastery by kerminator “Why don’t you just trust in God?” ** “I feel every day, as I get older, anyway, that it’s all a miracle,” said Hopkins. “I mean, my heartbeats, my lungs breathe. That is an extraordinary — an extraordinary phenomenon.” Date: 11/23/2020 8:45:36 PM ( 7 mon ) ... viewed 280 times Actor Anthony Hopkins was a self-acclaimed atheist for the greater part of his life. However, a single question about God posed at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting shifted his perception drastically. Hopkins described his spiritual turnin ...   read more



 
How healthy R U anyway? 1 of 2   3 d  
** Yes, I have had and rode a MT Bike for many years, plus kayaking, plus hiking and swimming! Learn to maintain your age wither it be anywhere from 40 to 85! The bottom line is this: Until your deart calculation is more readily available, work on what you can do to maintain, or even improve, your fitness as you age. Keep riding—and cross-training—to not only boost your performance, but to live longer, too.
 
Pocket worthyStories to fuel your mind How Old Are You, Really? Your ‘Performance Age’ Can Tell You It shows how healthy you are more than your chronological age does, according to new research. Bicycling Danielle Zickl How was it? Save stories you love and never lose them. Bicycling More from Bicycling 8 Core-Crushing Plank Variations That Will Fire Up Your Abs 4,023 saves Glucosamine Supplements May Reduce Risk of Early Death As Much as Exercise 322 saves How to Exercise to Cut Your Age-Related Fitness Decline in Half 357 saves Your performance age—or how fit you ...   read more



 
How to Apologize   4 d  
When, why and how to Apologize correctly!
 
You’re Apologizing All Wrong. Here’s How To Say Sorry The Right Way Life Kit June 15, 202112:03 AM ET Simran Sethi Clare Schneider, photographed for NPR, 17 January 2019, in Washington DC. Clare Marie Schneider 16-Minute Listen Download Transcript Gold foil balloons spelling the word ”sorry” are strung up in front of a blue backdrop. Photo Illustration by Becky Harlan/NPR Over the last few months, we’ve heard a spate of apologies pouring forth from the pens and lips of politicians, businesses, celebrities and even royalty. But psychologist Harriet Lerner says m ...   read more



 
Myth of a Majority-Minority America    4 d  
Who makes said that the narrative that nonwhite people will soon outnumber white people is not only divisive, but also false? Most is from those who do not really know and who want to dominate the socity!
 
The Myth of a Majority-Minority America The narrative that nonwhite people will soon outnumber white people is not only divisive, but also false. By Richard Alba, Morris Levy, and Dowell Myers An illustration of the United States with multi-colored dots covering the map. The Atlantic June 13, 2021 About the authors: Richard Alba is a distinguished professor of sociology at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. His most recent book is The Great Demographic Illusion: Majority, Minority, and the Expanding American Mainstream. Morris Levy is an associate professor of poli ...   read more



 
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