Amazing World Wonders, Scholarly Articles

A Tour of The Solar System

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

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Will the SUN Ever Burn Out?

Will the SUN burn out? The Bible says repeatedly in Revelation that the Sun which is the central enegy that powers our entire solar system will one day burn out. At that time it's service will no longer be needed. There are scientific evidences to back this up: There is the expert knowledge, that the… Continue reading Will the SUN Ever Burn Out?

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Kids With Special Needs :)

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Kids Who Might Need Extra Help

Every child is special. But are there children who are more special than the others?

“Special Needs” is an umbrella underneath which a staggering array of diagnoses can be wedged. Children with special needs may have mild learning disabilities or profound cognitive impairment; food allergies or terminal illness; developmental delays that catch up quickly or remain entrenched; occasional panic attacks or serious psychiatric problems. The designation is not necessarily a ‘label’, but it is also useful in ensuring that necessary services are provided; for setting appropriate management goals and for gaining support and gaining understanding both for the child and the ‘stressed’ family.

Kids Who Might Need Extra Help

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Isn’t every kid special? We think so, but what do we mean when we say “kids with special needs”? This means any kid who might need extra help because of a medical, emotional, or learning problem. These kids have…

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10 MYTHS ABOUT INTROVERTS!

I found this interesting piece about the introverts (written by Carl King). Being an introvert myself, I can testify that they are correct. Being an introvert is a very interesting lifestyle, peaceful and serene and sensible. And often misunderstood. And contrary to popular belief, many introverts actually love to remain just that: Introverts! There's nothing… Continue reading 10 MYTHS ABOUT INTROVERTS!

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HONOUR YOUR FATHER AND YOUR MOTHER

HONOR YOUR FATHER AND YOUR MOTHER In the past, when you earn your first paycheck, you take it home, to your parents. Some call it #BlackTax.... Today, in the Christian Community, we have received another teaching, which is: When you earn your first paycheck, you should take it to Church... When you have a salary "raise",… Continue reading HONOUR YOUR FATHER AND YOUR MOTHER

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Single vs Marriage 💑

On Single versus Married 💑 Well, normally I'm not the type who goes into that kind of argument. But recently a friend made a long list of the benefits of being single, and couldn't find a single comparable benefit of being married... Then I stumbled upon an article on TED.COM and decided to share it… Continue reading Single vs Marriage 💑

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#SomethingForSunday: Before you say “Mi Casa et Tu Casa Part 2

Welcome to the second part of this historical account of two kingdoms which demonstrates to us that though relationship is a good thing, wrong association can have far reaching effects and the earlier we cut it off, the better. The first part concluded with what seemed to be the end of an unequal alliance between… Continue reading #SomethingForSunday: Before you say “Mi Casa et Tu Casa Part 2

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#SomethingForSunday: Before You Say, “Mi Casa et Tu Casa” (Part 1)

Welcome back to KemiDele's blog. My thoughts this Sunday dwell on a little historical event found in the Holy Bible. You know that when we see a relationship like WALL*e and EVE, we remember the popular old saying: Opposites Attract. Yeah, but sometimes, for the sake of common good, some "opposites-alliance" must not be allowed to… Continue reading #SomethingForSunday: Before You Say, “Mi Casa et Tu Casa” (Part 1)

Health Awareness Month, Scholarly Articles

DONATE BLOOD, IN HIS STEPS

  DONATE BLOOD IN HIS STEPS I'm still on my Blood Donation Campaign. In the Spirit of Easter, we celebrate our Lord Jesus who gave His Blood, His Life, to give us life. On His Head: Crown made of sharp thorny twigs. On His Hands: Rusty Iron Nails pierced. On His Tummy: Shot with a… Continue reading DONATE BLOOD, IN HIS STEPS

Bible And Economy, Scholarly Articles, Something For Sunday, Work Life

Good Friday: What A Day!

There are those days when life can be a little bit overcrowded with events and activities, with life-changing events, either for good or bad, and it's just difficult to believe everything happened within a 24-hour day. That was the story of Jesus so very many centuries ago, on a day we now recognize as Good… Continue reading Good Friday: What A Day!

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Obstetric Fistula: The Biggest Problem You’ve Never Heard Of…

United Nation's International Day to End Obstetric Fistula is marked worldwide on 23 May. This year's theme, "End fistula, restore women's dignity" which the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said  would serve as an opportunity for world leaders to commit to ending the scourge of fistula in our lifetime. “We have a moral obligation, as a global community, to complete… Continue reading Obstetric Fistula: The Biggest Problem You’ve Never Heard Of…

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#ChildHealth: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

#ChildHealth: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a complex mental health disorder that can affect a child, especially in attention span and level of activity. It can have a major impact on the child's success in school, outlook on life and his/her interpersonal relationships. The symptoms of ADHD vary and are sometimes difficult to recognize as many of the symptoms are within the normal range for children to experience. Many children with ADHD struggle with symptoms such as hyperactivity, behavior issues, disorganization, anger, and poor social skills. It is however very important to remember that children with ADHD aren't lazy or less intelligent than other children. The good news is that ADHD is a very treatable condition. And in fact, all kids with ADHD can succeed if they get the help they need. http://wp.me/p4YnLC-eL

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This is My Bonsai Tree…

This is My Bonsai Tree... http://wp.me/p4YnLC-dP I do not own a Bonsai tree. I have never really taken time to appreciate these man-made miniature trees until lately; in fact, i do not know they are called Bonsai until recently. But one thing is undeniable: Bonsai trees are genius creations and they are absolutely gorgeous. Check out some basic 'how to's on Bonsai. I also found some really elegant bonsai trees, I thought I could share a few of them. Enjoy 🙂

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Workplace Romance – Right, Wrong, or Impossible?

Workplace Romance - Right, Wrong, or Impossible? Workplace romance is said to exist when two members of the same organization develop a relationship with mutual attraction. If you work full time, you spend 8 hours a day, 5 days a week in the workplace , that's a big chunk of your time in one place. There is a good… Continue reading Workplace Romance – Right, Wrong, or Impossible?

Amazing World Wonders, Scholarly Articles

#AmazingWorldWonders – The Solar System

The Solar System is our local neighborhood in space. This incredible system of celestial objects contains one star, nine planets, more than160 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… Continue reading #AmazingWorldWonders – The Solar System

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#ScholarlyArticles – VACCINATION and IMMUNIZATION

VACCINATION AND IMMUNIZATION Vaccination is the administration of antigenic material (an antigen - a vaccine) to stimulate an individual's immune system to develop adaptive immunity to a disease causing organism. Even though vaccination and immunization are often used interchangeably, especially in non-medical community, immunization appears to be the better and the more inclusive term because it implies… Continue reading #ScholarlyArticles – VACCINATION and IMMUNIZATION

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February 2015: Daily Holidays, Special Days, Including the Bizarre, Crazy, Silly, and Unknown Holidays & Observances

February 2015: Daily Holidays, Special Days, Including the Bizarre, Crazy, Silly, and Unknown Holidays & Observances The start of February means the New Year is in full swing. You’re probably familiar with a few of the iconic February holidays, but there are many more to keep you in high spirits through this month. For being… Continue reading February 2015: Daily Holidays, Special Days, Including the Bizarre, Crazy, Silly, and Unknown Holidays & Observances

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Should Christians Today Give A First Fruits Offering?

Should Christians today give a first fruits offering? A dear friend once described to me how she gave sacrificially to support her church's ministry; not just the regular tithes and offerings but other monies over and above that, including the first-fruits and increase, different levies and goodwill offerings; to support the ministers, for the TV and radio ministry including… Continue reading Should Christians Today Give A First Fruits Offering?

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JANUARY 25 2015: WORLD LEPROSY DAY

JANUARY 25 2015: WORLD LEPROSY DAY LEPROSY Leprosy is one of the oldest recorded diseases known to humankind; a disease that has been known since biblical times. It is an infectious chronic disease that targets the nervous system, especially the nerves in the cooler parts of the body - the hands, feet, and face. It… Continue reading JANUARY 25 2015: WORLD LEPROSY DAY

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Health Awareness Events Happening In January 2015

Health Awareness Events In January 2015 The new year 2015, like several years before it, is marked with many special days, weeks and months dedicated to raising awareness about important health issues - specific conditions & diseases that people struggle with daily. A little awareness will avoid unnecessary excitement, correct misconceptions, eliminate stigma and also save life from… Continue reading Health Awareness Events Happening In January 2015