Contributed by Kay Kurtz on Oct 26, 2006
World class failures:
* There was a guy, a general, who lost two-thirds of all the battles he fought in the American Revolution. George Washington. He won the war.
* There was another guy who graduated 42nd out of a class of 43. Then he went out and conquered Europe. Napoleon.
If there is a lack of respect for the right to life and to a natural death, if human conception, gestation and birth are made artificial, if human embryos are sacrificed to research, the conscience of society ends up losing the concept of human ecology and, along with it, that of environmental
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 5, 2006
Cultural Creatives is the new label for a individuals who reject traditionalism and modernism in favor of their 1960’s values. Proponents are typically upper middle class and consider themselves leading edge thinkers. The read a great deal, but don’t see their values reflected in what they read.
Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Sep 19, 2008
Most of us believe that we know what a tree needs in order to grow tall and strong and thus be able to produce enough oxygen to sustain animal and human life. We know to plant it in very rich healthy soil, we know to water it, and we know that it needs sunshine. This experiment was done, not to see
Contributed by Victor Yap on Jan 8, 2003
Robert Fulghum in his wildly-popular book, “All I Really Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten,?spelled out how things learned as a child will shape the philosophy of an adult. These life-changing kindergarten rules, principles, and advice include: “Share everything. Play fair. Don’t hit people.
Most Neo-Pagans have the following factors in common:
• Their religion was almost or completely wiped out in the past and has since then been reconstructed from ancient information sources
• They are either duo-theistic or poly-theistic in nature (recognizing a goddess and god or many
Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Sep 6, 2005
1. Let me talk to you about Ants. Not the kind that marry uncles, but the kind that live outside. According to a CNN article,
2."Like humans, fungus-growing ants are true farmers and the survival of the colony depends on the food they grow. Anywhere from a few hundred to over five million ants
Contributed by Stephen Todd on Apr 15, 2003
All I really need to know I learned in kindergarten.
All I really need to know about how to live and what to do and how to be I learned in kindergarten. Wisdom was not at the top of the graduate-school mountain, but there in the sandpile at Sunday School. These are the things I learned. Share