One of the last tasks from the July blogging course 201 was to create a blogging event. So I take the challenge and just do it!
It helps me to write about the things I value and in my searching for deep conversations I can use what I rehearse writing.
Psalm 138 (Amplified Bible) Verse 7: You will revive me; You will stretch forth Your hand against the wrath of my enemies, and Your right hand will save me. Verse 8: The Lord will perfect that which concerns me; Your mercy and loving kindness, O Lord, endure forever forsake not the works of your own hands. This I compare […]
What would I do if I was forced into extreme hardship?
Primo Levi describes the humiliation of being a KZ prisoner and the traits of those who are in charge. The mothers prepare as much as possible for their small children the night before they leave the transit camp for good. They didn't forget napkins, cushions or toys. Wouldn't you do the same if you and your child ware to killed tomorrow?
Definition of the word Integrity from the Oxford advanced learner’s Dictionary of Current English: Quality of being honest and upright in character, a state or condition of being complete Psalm 97:11 Amplified Bible: Light is sown for the uncompromisingly righteous and strewn along their pathway, and joy for the upright in heart, the irrepressibly joy which comes from consciousness of […]
Overcoming fear has to do with just doing it.
Every one is unique. Even ordinary women ought to be remembered and honored.
The only thing New York and Ribe had in common at the time of Jacob A. Riis was the high rate of child mortality due to bad housing, bad sanitation and serious infections. Jacob A. Riis became a pioneer in changing this in New York in his time more than a hundred years ago.
Retrospectivly I realise that before getting children you should work on your own character to be able to manage that enormous tast it is to bring up children successfully.