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The Man Who Knew Infinity. . . . . . a film

Mathematics is not the topic most people would prefer as a  film topic, right?  Well, Matthew Brown, who directed, worked for 10 years with mathematics experts to insure the proofs and theories were correct and that the audience would not … Continue reading

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Moderate Marching Muslims

Muslims hold anti-ISIS rally in London in Inspirational / News / Terrorism / UK News— by Janine Griffiths— December 13 Akashic Times   photo from the Mirror  article from Akashic times   Thousands of Muslims have staged marches in London … Continue reading

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A Very Special Young Man. . . .

I know the Terrell family because Ken, the Dad, is the worship leader at my church. Kevin often joins us in the choir or sings duets with his dad.  Please watch the video to see all that he has accomplished … Continue reading

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A little Boy and His Dad in Paris

Here is a sweet story from this carnage in Paris that breaks our hearts.  Now I can imagine that some will think that is just a dad consoling his son , and of course one one level it is . … Continue reading

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“He Named Me Malala” An Film of Courage and Inspiration

  This is PG13 because of the violence but I think that it is a most important film for young teens both girls and boys.  You will be inspired, too. There were many places  where tears came to my eyes, … Continue reading

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A Hindu and a Muslim Share the Nobel Peace Prize

http://youtu.be/LB_Eqj2XrdM http://youtu.be/Orkxf5p7mu0 These two tireless spokesmen and workers against the oppression of children for monetary gain, and the rights of girls to an education have been awarded this honor and award. It is ironic that Pakistan and India were shooting … Continue reading

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Tienanmen Square Tank Man

1989, twenty-five years ago, was another time and place but driven by people who had freedom beating in their hearts. This post is a continuation  of the “Democracy Movements”  started yesterday with “Ditches” in the Ukraine.  History does, indeed,  often … Continue reading

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Ditches

I can not get these images out of my mind since seeing them several weeks ago. This is a ditch dug on the Ukrainian  border to help keep  the Soviet troops out.  Here are tanks of the Russians that are … Continue reading

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Lone Survivor, A Movie

The long awaited film about Operation Red Wing, a covert mission by Seal Team 10 in 2007   has been the #1 film in the country for several weeks.  We saw it yesterday. The ending is no surprise as it … Continue reading

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For All Who Love India or Are Just Curious

From my friend at : greetingsfromindia.wordpress.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpdoRUMeshw Learning how to survive on an increasingly crowded planet is probably our ultimate challenge. But there is one place, home to over a sixth of the world’s population, which is already making a … Continue reading

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