The peace is in your heart

If you cannot make own heart in a peace, you will not continue to live in quiet mode, and you cannot accomplish anything. First, let me translate a poem about Qu Yuan, a greatest poet of ancient China.





In order to come here, I have used many kinds of beginning.

Whether it’s beginning or the end,

They ae but the two terminal of a bridge,

The tangled texture is at the centre of the palm.

In an afternoon close to evening,

The clouds gather rapidly, maroon the people in the cities,

To change the world

According to my previous experience, to change the world is not the task of our usual people. So, I never have such an ambition. I Just try my best to become a better person. I always reflect and meditate on myself. Perhaps in my whole life I am just a student, I am the modest one with strong will to warm others. Though I cannot realize it, I never gave it up.

If you change your tone, you words when you speak, you can get different reply to your speech. Don’t be angry, just be patient like a sheep. Thanksgive to everything and everybody which or who had ever helped you.

Social Media: The phone keeps you from looking up to the sky Disclosure from the horses mouth!!!


There was a reason why Steve Jobs was anti-Social Media.

GW: Well if they are talking about Twatter – some stupid programmer has just altered the platform & probably ruined it completely by trying to put more adds on & loads of ”Heh follow this” lists so we can no longer read what the account holder is saying. Won’t be long – lots of alternatives. Maybe this was intentional as the AM were getting too effective at exploiting it?

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Stop Judging | Bible Thumping Wingnut Network

If you can judge anything in this world by the standard you mentioned in this paper, how do you know you have got the true meaning of God’s words in Bible?

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Stop judging. Jesus taught that, so it’s really important to stop judging. Judge. Jesus said weshould judgeright after He saidnot to judge, so it’s really important to judge. How can these things be?

It turns out that the Lord means for us to stop judging “by mere appearances” and, instead, “judge with right judgment” (John 7:24). That makes sense. We’ll make wrong judgments if we jump to conclusions, but we’re going to need to make a lot of judgments just to exist in this world, so the real issue is our moral obligation to makerightjudgments.

So, that leads to the question I would like to address: “Are Christians judgmental?“. I’m writing this article to those who answer “yes”, because, in my judgment, those who accuse Christians of being judgmental are themselves judging by mere appearances. If you say “Christians are judgmental”, here’s why you…

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Not Just “Shelling Peas and Pain”: Standing Up for Women’s Writing

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HanscombeBy Elisabeth Hanscombe

People in relationships can at times feel stifled and the burden of responsibility they have towards their partner can feel onerous. From time to time they might wish they were free again and single like their friends who live alone, or at least outside the bonds of relationship. They imagine the single people are having a much better time.

Single people, on the other hand, can at times long for the marriages and committed partnerships they see around them, envy the state of always having companionship on tap, knowing there’s someone whose voice will lighten when you call and they first hear your voice.

It seems that the single among us long for the constraints of relationship and the ones in relationships long to be free.

So, it is for fiction writers whose imaginations imply a freedom that non-fiction writers are never fully allowed, as we must…

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If some men were sentenced to hear their own sermons, it would be a righteous judgement upon them, and they would soon cry out with Cain, “My punishment is greater than I can bear.”—C.H. Spurgeon

July 21, 2019 Afternoon Verse Of The Day

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Ver. 9.—That ye may prosper in all that ye do. The verb here used (הִשְׂכִּיל) means primarily to look at, to consider or attend to, hence to become intelligent, to be prudent, to act wisely, and so to have success, to prosper. It is the prosperity which comes from wise and prudent action that God commends to his people (cf Josh. 1:7, 8).[1]

29:9 keep the words of this covenant. The spiritual experience of God’s faithfulness to Israel should have led to obedience to the stipulations of the Sinaitic Covenant in the future, but could not without a transformed heart (vv. 4, 18) and the true knowledge of God (v. 6).[2]

29:9 In light of all of God’s mighty acts on Israel’s behalf (vv. 5–8), he had every right to expect them to observe the Deuteronomic covenant and thus ensure their success; but human nature being…

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