Every new year, some "resolutions" are just standard - we continue to reuse and recycle them. One of such is Lose Weight! Closely related goals are: keep fit, eat healthy, exercise, and all those resolutions we really never got to work on. We are #BusyDoingTheExactOpposite. So, I decided to put up a few winning articles… Continue reading Lose Weight, Again!
They say New year resolutions are a little bit like babies: fun to make but extremely difficult to maintain. I’m not a big fan of New Year Resolutions; not because they are bad or a waste of time, but mainly because, for me, it is such a daunting task to construct one of such resolutions.… Continue reading New Year, New Me: New Year Resolutions
Still thinking about Christmas, although work starts tomorrow…
It’s Christmas and we celebrate the Saviour. Beyond that, we see how God made provision for His son so as to ease the pressure on His earthly parents.
He Sent The WiseMen.
Many times we think about the wisemen’s visit as symbolic. Yes. But it was also meant to provide for Jesus’s physical, financial and material needs at that period in time.
Jesus was Given A Trust Fund as a Child: He was given gifts Gold (perhaps gold coins), Frankincense and Myrrh, even as a Little Child
Matthew 2:11 (NLT): They entered the house and saw the child with his mother, Mary, and they bowed down and worshiped him. Then they opened their treasure chests and gave him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh.
Tradition shows that there were three wise men, but that is not true because the bible says “wise men”, this could be from two at the…
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THE SOLAR SYSTEM The Solar System is our local neighborhood in space. This incredible system of celestial objects contains one star, nine planets, more than 160 known moons, and a variety of other objects such as asteroids, comets, and dwarf planets. At the center of our solar system is a yellow star known as the Sun. The nine planets and other bodies orbit the Sun and these planets are themselves orbited by… Continue reading A Tour of The Solar System
World Contraception Day is observed every year on September 26. This day was observed for the first time in 2007, when it was initiated by ten international family planning organizations. World Contraception Day is an annual worldwide campaign whose mission is to improve awareness of contraception among young people and to enable young people to… Continue reading World Contraception Day
Telephone and smartphone interviews are a lot more common these days than they used to be - mainly because many employers know that it is a quick and inexpensive way to effectively screen candidates and narrow down the number. Successful candidates are then invited for a second interview, in person; although on fewer occasions, successful… Continue reading Telephone Interviews: Few Helpful Tips