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A Favor.

Someone, please, do me a favour? If it is at all possible would you please if you could possibly when you get the chance? If the opportunity was to at some point arise when the cows come home and the sheep come in and the pigs ears are fresh, when the charger becomes obsolete eventually after the common era, shortly before oil runs out and our gas reserves are empty in a near future in some close knit world. 306 more words

Earth

Sunflowers

Sunflowers

The sunflower is a plant native to the New World and common throughout the US. Its stem can grow up to 10 ft (3 m) tall, and its flower head, commonly having yellow rays, can reach 1 ft (30 cm) in diameter. 55 more words

Health And Environment

boundless - the whole world redeeming: they bind my poor soul

On 31 July 1838 on the Island of Jamaica, a man named William Knibbs, gathered 10,000 slaves for a great praise gathering. They were celebrating the New…

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God

Adorn Yourself

Posts are long overdue so I shall have a slew of new ones coming up starting now. For a return to fashion, this post will feature a jewelry spotlight. 232 more words

Fashion

I forgot!

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Well, I almost forgot to write my weekly post. My excuse is that Monday is a public holiday and this upset my schedule. 1,161 more words

Philosophy

A.D. vs C.E.

Hello.

I posted something yesterday that has been on my mind since.

I referrred to the ‘eighteenth century’  as ‘the eighteenth century A.D.’.  It occurred to me that non-Christians may find this inappropriate, as ‘A.D.’ means ‘Anno Domini’ – the ‘Year of Our Lord’, a Christian form of dating based on the birth of Jesus as its starting point.  117 more words

today's birthday: Augustus Caesar (63 BCE)

Augustus Caesar (63 BCE)

Augustus Caesar was the first emperor of Rome. Known as Octavian for the period of his life prior to 27 BCE… 65 more words