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Tammy's Top Ten (t3 report)Tips for Eating Out

It’s the height of summer and we’re vacationing far and wide. I love this time with my family. I love to see new sights, to see what inspires them, to get to know them in a bit different setting and to just be together. 388 more words


Mind your manners

I have a distinct memory of one of the first meals I ate with my British coworkers shortly after arriving in the UK in January 2005. 503 more words


(07/30/2014) Divine Law Speaks of Spirit?

Today, more points are shared on idolatry, murder, human relationships, and the Ten Commandments.

THE BATTLE AXE:  Divine Law for Mankind? (07/29/2014)—(5.)  The widely held idea that the Ten Commandments and all divine law pertains only to attitudes, behavior and conduct derives from operations of the flesh (e.g., appetite, sensation, and emotional/mental functions).  1,334 more words


Be the Ideal Guest (Hadith No. 2138)


Ahadith 2136 and 2137 (below) are repeats. Related posts have been linked.

Volume 3, Book 43, Number 639:
Narrated ‘Abdullah bin ‘Amr (radiallaahu `anhu… 1,151 more words


Who Runs the Show?

Back in June, a tidbit of old news went viral — the ill-received 2013 attempt of one classical concertgoer to crowd-surf during a performance of Händel’s  1,088 more words

Classical Music

Captain Kirk's Rules for Gym Etiquette

I was in the gym the other day, watching someone do curls in the squat rack and was hit with inspiration. I’ve always been a big fan of Captain Kirk.   620 more words

Captain Kirk

Keeping it Classy: Hallway Etiquette in Schools

Originally Published in September of 2012

A silly and sarcastic little op-ed. Despite this, it was one of the most fun articles I have ever written. 520 more words

High School