If you are going to hate Thanksgiving, you should probably do so for the right reason.
The American Thanksgiving holiday is not primarily a yearly reenactment of a meal that took place in Plymouth some 394 years ago. 562 more words
Days such as these have shaken a great many people to their core. It has proven to be an age in which faith in God is essential not only in the esoteric realm of “religion” to which we often have attempted to relegate it, but in the practical living of life. 1,321 more words
In a time of escalating crime and selfish vice, it seems that justice is a fading concept. Yet one of the virtues for which the human heart craves is justice: the moral imperative to right what is wrong, to lift oppression, and for people to be held accountable for their actions. 945 more words