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Each day, we are bombarded with darkness in the news. Story after story of atrocities are being revealed and exposed to us by the minute. We are allowing ourselves to be guided into a sort of numbness and helplessness by the stories that are purposely chosen to be released to us through the media. 565 more words
Lawsuit forces CA homeowners’ association to allow Christian groups in senior community — Fellowship of the Minds
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In America’s ongoing culture war, in which the Left and anti-Christians have won too many battles, conservatives and Christians must fight back, with lawsuits if necessary.
“Those paintings look so different,” my sister said when I showed her a recent photo from a Cookies & Canvas session. That made me laugh because although Cookies & Canvas is indeed a “step by step, follow the leader” type of paint class, everyone’s finished picture is unique. 863 more words
Dr. Gregory Tapson holds an MD from the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. Through his private practice, Dr. Gregory Tapson maintains a harmonious relationship with his patients and conducts weekly visits to… 190 more words
New research has found that participating in challenging activities as we age may help keep our minds sharp and improve cognitive functioning. Whether you’re learning a new skill like photography or getting out of your comfort zone and meeting new people, activities that broaden your horizons provide multiple benefits. 427 more words