It’s Wednesday. Let’s try another wordless offering. Image credit: https://blueocean.net/the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly-of-plastic-pollution/ via Wordless Wednesday – what are we doing to our planet? | Jul 3/10 — Robby Robin's Journey This is horrific what can we do about this? Our governments are responsible for this by dumping our garbage in the seas and oceans. Cut down on … Continue reading Wordless Wednesday – what are we doing to our planet? | Jul 3/10 — Robby Robin’s Journey
Some people think we have a choice. A choice of being bad or being good. If you are a good person you have no choice YOU must follow the direct path from God Our Heavenly Father. I appreciate it is not always easy everyone does wrong things but quickly checks themselves and steps back on … Continue reading Where Do You Stand?
The Duterte Administration of the Philippines has resorted to mass arrests in its war on drugs, and is planning to broaden that hard line approach to include children . New legislation would impose mandatory prison terms of up to 12 years on children as young as 9 y.o. The children of the poor will be […] … Continue reading Philippine Children in Crisis — ANNA WALDHERR A Voice Reclaimed, Surviving Child Abuse
The ancient Roman city of Pompeii was known for its hedonism. Archaeologic evidence has been found of numerous brothels. Erotic art was common in homes. Phallic symbols were used all over the city, as signs of fertility and good fortune . This may sound titillating to us. We have not though progressed far, in the […] … Continue reading Sex Tourism — ANNA WALDHERR A Voice Reclaimed, Surviving Child Abuse
MINISTRY OF HEALTH VANUATU MENTAL HEALTH NEWSLETTER NOVEMBER 2019 Not all stress is bad for you. Sometimes stress is exciting, like planning a holiday or a family function, starting a new job or moving into your new home. In these circumstances, your feelings can be a combination of excitement and anticipation mixed with some concerns […] … Continue reading Dealing With Work Stress and Burnout — Damon Ashworth Psychology
Germs of wrong deeds accumulate over time. Necessary to introspect and rectify the same on time. Distinction between “Mistakes” and “Crime” should be understood. Benchmark must be established to maintain the livelihood. Deeds are important part of life as it determines destiny. What is right or wrong should be understood primarily. Mistakes can be forgiven […] … Continue reading Losing the viability… — ashish-vision
Originally posted on RIELPOLITIK: Source – azmirror.com – “…Farnsworth told Yellow Sheet that he has been looking into how DCS “lost” more than 550 children last year, roughly half of whom are categorized as either runaways or otherwise missing. The rest appear to be flagged for paperwork errors. He said he fears the children have… via … Continue reading THE PEDO-FILE: GOP Senator – ‘AZ Foster Kids are Being Sold into Sexual Slavery’ — PliscaPlace
Early this morning I was watering my plants, trying to grow them by recycling bottles. I bent down to water some new tomato plants when this little fellow lept on my arm. Colin I named him stayed a few hours on my arm. I even returned to bed as it was cold this morning and … Continue reading Today’s Blessing
Few 67-year-olds with painful knees and feet set out on a 900-mile/90-day trek. That's what Rand Bishop did, in search of a kinder America. This is his story. Read more → via A Rear-view Telescope — Cathryn Wellner Take a look at this I am sure you may be interested a courageous man indeed.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tb6AW00DgTI With reference to my previous post Now is infinity I sat thinking about NOW. Music started to come into my throughts in particular "One Moment in Time". I often look back at my life and see nothing and I very sure many of you feel and do the same. I then put the question to … Continue reading Take a Look at a Moment in Time