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Always Remember What Happiness is Please!

Going back to the ancient Greeks, they defined happiness as ‘the joy that we feel growing towards our potentials.’ That gives one the ability to feel joy when things are tough, let alone when things are going well for you/us. 115 more words

Don Lichterman

Joy and Misery

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

1 Maccabees

Joy and Misery

The Books of Maccabees are fraught with violence, rebellion, abhorrence and fear. We may be surprised to find that joy threads its way through these stories. 650 more words

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The identity of the tomb's mysterious resident, Greece

Greek archaeologist Katerina Peristeri dug a marble tomb from the time of Alexander the Great, this achievement becomes her instant fame. 433 more words

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Why Was Murder Preferrable to Marriage in the Case of Cleopatra?

It is the year 308 BC; fifteen years after the death of Alexander the Great. During this time, his empire has been unofficially divided between his closest companions: Ptolemy, a Macedonian general and one of Alexander’s oldest friends, has control of Egypt; the one-eyed general Antigonus has Asia Minor and Syria, and Cassander – son of the late great general Antipater – has forcefully taken over as regent of Macedonia and the Greek city states. 1,022 more words