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Verbal words aren't needed to convey body language EMBLEMS

EMBLEMS are understood without verbal words!

EMBLEMS are non-verbal body language hand gestures that are generally understood within a national, regional, gender, or organizational culture (e.g., military gestures or sport related gestures). 401 more words

Janette Ghedotte

WAGGGS Emblems and Symbols

I really like this collection of emblems and symbols from WAGGGS and Guides around the world. I found it on the Scouting Encyclopedia Blog It is too bad it stops at “i”. 19 more words


The Belle on the Bill

In today’s New York Times, Gail Collins has an op-ed piece about the online movement to replace Andrew Jackson with a famous American woman on the twenty-dollar bill –the comment thread is long and lively, and from what I can see, largely devoid of the misogyny that usually dominates such online fora (one recalls in this context the… 651 more words


WT Study: Why We Observe the Lord’s Evening Meal

“Keep doing this in remembrance of me.” – 1 Cor. 11:24

A more appropriate title for this week’s Watchtower study would be “How We Observe the Lord’s Evening Meal.” The “why” is answered in the article’s opening paragraph. 2,671 more words

The Anointed

The Cons of Offshoring: The Importance of Being "Made in the USA"

As a key competitive strategy we constantly struggle against in our industry, offshoring has been a largely debated topic in years past. While it is true that offshoring was and, in some part still remains, a competitive option for those in need of services brought about by American manufacturers, this option has grown to have more cons than pros. 135 more words