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just how powerful are words? This is what Proverbs 18:21 says in The Message:


12 Types of People on Facebook

All of us on Facebook have at least one of each of these types of friends on our list: 1) The “Rooster” — Always tells Facebook “Good Morning” every day. 2) The “Lurker” — Never posts or comments on your post, but reads everything, and might make reference to your status when seeing you in …

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The eye & the mind can be fooled!

Do you march to a different beat?

Great feat of unity or death of individuality? Pay attention to the guy in the last column on the right. [It takes about 4 minutes to watch this, but it’s weirdly mesmerizing – and there is a point.] How it happens: When a metronome is ticking in sync with the tables movement it’s being assisted, when …

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HUMOR: Creative Problem-solving

[From: Creative Problem Solving] There are SEVERAL ways to solve a problem. For example, consider the following from “The Teaching of Elementary Science and Mathematics” by Alexander Calandra: The process of creativity is a mysterious and interesting one. It is brilliantly described in the following story. A student refused to parrot back what he had …

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Major windstorm – resorting to a rope?

Montevideo, Uruguay was hit with a windstorm yesterday with gusts reaching 112 miles an hour. In such dangerous conditions, I’m not sure what would be on the other side of the street that would compel you to walk there.

book review: Unglued

Unglued – Making Wise Choices in the Midst of Raw Emotions

Too strange for words…

Man becomes a dad, granddad and great-granddad in the span of 3 months — bizarre!

Who was Noah Webster?

Noah Webster had served as a soldier in the Revolutionary War; was elected to the Connecticut General Assembly for 9 terms; and the Legislature of Massachusetts for three terms. Noah Webster first published his Webster’s Dictionary on APRIL 14, 1828. This 26-year project with 30,000 new definitions, standardized spelling and gave American English its identity.