When I was in college, I remember taking Humanities I and Humanities II as required courses. Humanities is the study of the history of development of human thought and culture. It was easy to become fully immersed in learning about the era that followed after the Middle Ages and the processes of what it took Read More
Take time to learn something new everyday. Never stop educating yourself. Knowledge is power. Read everyday. Balance the need for constant entertainment and learn something that will actually change your life and the lives of others. There is always something valuable to learn. Only God knows everything. Be a life learner. Patrice Tankard
Seven weeks ago, I was assigned the position of 12th Grade British Literature ELA Teacher at the high school. I had to step away from my Student Services Support Facilitation position to take on this new challenge. I rushed and spent nights and weekends studying and reading Literature texts and the curriculum map. I felt Read More
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“If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth.” Mark 9:23 In any undertaking in life, your mindset is the key in determining how well you get through challenges, obstacles and successes. Whatever you are going through, it is best to think positive and to believe for the best results than to Read More
World’s Oldest Woman Said This was Her Secret To Long Life
Check out this article from the Huffington Post Interesting! http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/worlds-oldest-woman-said-secret-to-long-life-is-staying-single_us_5735eb09e4b060aa781a1429!
We live in an uncertain world. Take time to pay attention to what is going on in the world and make sound decisions concerning your well being. It is very important to protect your mind, body, soul, spirit, your finances, your peace and your family. Read between the lines of what you see and hear Read More
Let Us Celebrate Always
When I was raising my children, they would tell me that I made a big deal out everything. What they meant was that I celebrated every milestone and sometimes even half-a-mile-stone. From cutting their first tooth to being potty trained to graduating from high school and college or even just learning how to scramble eggs Read More
“Without weakening in his faith, he (Abraham) faced the fact that his body was as good as dead…since he was about a hundred years old and that Sarah’s womb was dead. Yet he did not waver in unbelief regarding the promise of God, but was strengthened in his faith and gave glory to God, being Read More