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Fourth Amendment Summary

Discuss the common law background of the Fourth Amendment as if you are a group of citizens supporting the ratification of the Fourth Amendment on December 15th, 1791. 31 more words

Academic Essays

The Meaning Behind It All

‘There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.’ Hamlet, Shakespeare.

Also known as a really pretentious way of blaming people for their own problems.

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2017 in review: No point to it

“Time you enjoy wasting, was not wasted”.
– John Lennon

Yes, that’s a random ass title. This is going to be a random ass blog post.

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rovik. reads: the present age - on the death of rebellion

Engaging in discussions on philosophy is a useful occasional activity. It improves the rigor of the mind and sharpens the wit. It’s not something I enjoy to a dense degree – I can’t quote Plato or Nietzche off the top of my head, but I believe the main trains of thought have shaped a lot of modern thinking and are worth some consideration, especially as we strive to champion new forms of living. 1,243 more words

Book Review

Lessons in ageing, from mother to daughter

“I was lucky. My mother taught me about growing old,” said my friend.

“That’s interesting,” I said, thinking about my friend’s mother, now deceased: a brilliant, determined woman with a clear vision, years ahead of her time in the causes she fronted. 321 more words


THE HOLY SPIRIT AND REGENERATION; The Doctrine of the Trinity (16)


The Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit and Regeneration

“Except a man be born again he cannot see the Kingdom of God” (John 3:3)

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Who am I?

The other night after a movie in my television i was almost sleepy and was on the way to bed. But my sleep was continuously distracting by few basic question running in my mind. 220 more words