Photo by hopeinpain.co Doctors use the Wong-Baker physical pain scale to determine pain level for children and adults. Why? The reason pain has a scale of measurement is that it is not quantifiable without it. As babies when we experience pain for the first time we react by crying. By adulthood, we become experts at… Continue reading Invisible Pain Is Real Pain
We can learn a great deal about the nature of God in 1 Samuel by observing God’s nature and by comparing King Saul and King David. In 1 Samuel, God makes a distinction between the two kings. The reason there were kings over Israel was the rejection of God as the King over Israel. The… Continue reading Do You See As God Sees?
Do you think history is important? I believe history is important because if allowed it will influence you. For example, WWII is a historical event that has affected my life directly. I joined the military because of family history and believe in the honor of serving in my country’s military. The military teaches discipline, honor… Continue reading The Value Of History Is Learning From The Past
Photo by indeptnews.com Bang! The 100-meter race is over Bolt wins again. The defeat was unfamiliar to Bolt. In the scene above, Usain Bolt of Jamaica humbly congratulates and officially crowns, the new running champion Justin Gatlin of the United States. If you are unfamiliar with running, allow me to catch you up on the… Continue reading What Are You Running For?
It is said that to copy a person is the highest form of flattery. Most babies will copy their parent’s facial expressions. Fun fact, babies will only copy facial movements of individuals they deem credible, usually their parents. Sometimes babies’ naturally mirror their parents without thought. In the picture above that is what my son… Continue reading Imitation is….?
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