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On separation

God does not like to see the separation of a couple linked by true love; the absolute love of man and woman is eternal Even though God is omniscient and omnipotent, even the absolute God does not have any meaning by Himself. 78 more words


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He's Melting

The echoes of Paris violence still reverberate and again Muslim belligerents have murdered, this time in a sun-baked hotel on Tripoli’s coast.  They’ve brought terror to Fort Hood, too, and the Boston Marathon, Madrid’s subway, a chocolate shop in Sydney, London streets: no corner of earth seems safe from the spread of Islamic terror since Barack Obama ordered America to abandon its victories and retreat headlong from a relentless enemy.  163 more words


Reflecting on the Past With Pat Suzuki

Coming up soon is the “Day of Remembrance,” held every February 19 in states like California, Oregon, and Washington. This day commemorates the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II—an event that touched the life of singer Pat Suzuki. 400 more words


Managing the Long Term Care Risk from a Different Viewpoint

Presented by Leonard Berthelsen

Traditional long term care insurance has been a staple in the insurance agents toolbox for twenty-five plus years. With some consumers though, it just doesn’t make sense to them to buy something that they may never use. 297 more words

Long Term Care And Disability Insurance

Remembering RK Laxman

The time will never come to a standstill when we recall the witty and unique cartoons by RK Laxman. Over five decades have passed. But his penchant for little nuances of life as a “significant other” in his political cartoons, has established the reality of the common man as a silent spectator. 218 more words

View Point

The rain will pass, and everything will be fine eventually.

“weeping may stay for the night, but rejoicing comes in the morning” (Psalm 30:5)


Roam - Viewpoint Review

What is sure to be a huge year for one of the newest bands on the Hopeless Records roster, Roam have kicked it off with a bang and released what could be one of the best pop punk releases in 2015. 292 more words

Album Review