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from 1937 textbook
I present to you my grandmothers English book from Kansas in 1937, notice anything missing? - Imgur
I present to you my grandmother's English book from Kansas in 1937 - notice anything missing? -
Christians are all for traditional values except for those traditional values that prove the United States of America is a secular nation and/or that their Christian traditions are stealing other people's traditional values even destroying others traditions.
Great example is the war on Winter Solstice where Christianity destroyed the traditions of others replacing it with their own superstitions. December 25 is the time of the Winter Solstice an event that celebrates a nature occurrence. That of the beginning of the lengthening of the days & the Earth tilting on it's axis to bring warmer weather to the northern hemisphere. It's not magic. It's nature. It's been scientifically analysed and confirmed. The Winter Solstice is known to those who study Science. Superstitious Christians are still celebrating a myth. Even after it's failed for over 2,014 years.
Lol nice rant. Kinda preaching to the choir though. Lol
The Proper version. Excellent!
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Sólo hay dos días al año en los que no puedes hacer nada, el primero se llama Ayer, el segundo Mañana. Hoy, es el día correcto! Dalai Lama
A good friend told me this about 7 years ago.. still trying to live it.
Tomorrow is never promised. Love deeply and be thankful for today. ♥
"Life should be lived so vividly and so intensely that thoughts of another life, or of a longer life, are not necessary." Marjory Stoneman Douglas
Missing you at Christmas
The Impact of Methamphetamine...I asked a 14 y/o patient in rural town if his grandmother cooked, and I meant food. He got defensive, and replied..NO..He meant cook meth or shake n bake for slang!
This is what will happen: Mom: What...are you doing? Me, reading a book: I'M GRIEF-BACONING. CAN'T YOU TELL??!
Missing You quotes and pic | Missing You Quotes - Missing someone is a part
Here we present a rare image of Stinking Bear. It was taken in 1905 by Edward S. Curtis.
A beautiful picture of Native Americans in Winter. It was created in 1908 by Edward S. Curtis. The picture presents Two Crow (Apsaroke) Indian men. One is horseback. The ground is covered with snow, and trees and hillside are seen in the background.