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The magical powers of Hebrew (and Greek, I guess)

By Kris (with a “K”)

So I’ll admit, when I first decided to study the biblical languages I thought I was going to be entering into a magical world where the Hebrew and Greek languages were going to make things come alive in new ways I’d only imagined before. 654 more words

For The Well Acquainted

Knife, Survival Knife, Strong Knife, And Literal Razor Sharpness

If you?ve ever wanted to make a survival knife you?re going to love this post. You?re going to get step by step instructions to on how make your own survival knife by hand complete with resources to help you through the process. 33 more words

Autism Awareness Day #10


Many individuals with Autism are literal thinkers. Often their interpretation of what you say, how they speak and how they interpret the world around them, is very literal.  1,000 more words

Amietia angolensis: The Gullible and The Gimp

“Wow, daddy, look, look! It’s Disneyland! Can we go?”

My shrill voice erupts, filling the entire mini-van with my excitement. We’re driving past Adventureland, Long Island’s amusement park claim to fame. 1,083 more words


ISTJ World: Being Literal

  • Don’t say dinner is ready unless dinner is actually ready, i.e. food on the table ready to eat. I’m a literal freak and pay attention to details to the second.
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