Find the good in every situation
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In school, my younger years, it was my understanding that Einstein was all science. And I thought he was an atheist. He was not. Doesn’t bother me either way, but perhaps was some group’s idea to ‘hide’ or ‘alter’ what he really said from the conscience of mainstream civilization post 1960. When finding this article on bethinking.org I thought I would share this incredible work with you.
What would Einstein say about God? I admire him and Edison very much, as Tesla. Who doesn’t?
Except, I wonder, what did he say about God specifically?
Dawkins explains that in dealing with Einstein’s religious views he relied on Max Jammer’s book Einstein and Religion.
The following quotations from Einstein are all in Jammer’s book:
“There must be something behind the energy”
Very interesting. Check out the article for way more knowledge and more reasons to take a deep breath and explore all possibilities and think ‘outside the box’.
Instead of remembering that mistake, that failure, what you didn’t do right…
You don’t know how much something means to you, how precious it is, until it is gone.
That one error, I just, can I forgive myself?
God will forgive you, can you forgive yourself ?
God accepts you, now can you accept yourself?
I don’t know Joel – you don’t know my past. He says, God was not surprised when you made that mess, he created you, you didn’t surprise him.
Joel has inspired me. I am not with any religious group, but respect all of them. Would be great to visit Texas and see Joel.
Personally I have gone to impossible lengths to change my destiny. All things are possible with God.
Love, Peace, Joy, Respect, Compassion, Grace, and Mercy.
I am the webmaster of thenumber28.
To the person reading this, may your life be filled with joy forever.
We are all going through a rough and difficult time. So, Stay strong.
Hello my friends = )
Right now, there are people all over the world who are just like you.
They’re either lonely, they’re missing someone, they’re depressed, they’re hurt, they’re scared from the past, they’re having personal issues.
They wish, they dream, they hope. And right now, they are sitting here reading these words, and I’m writing this for you so you don’t feel alone anymore.
Always remember, don’t be depressed about the past, don’t worry about the future, and just focus on today. If today’s not so great don’t worry! Tomorrow’s a new chance. If you are reading this, be sure to share this to make others feel better.
Sadly, it may not be powerful enough to keep the latter away, unless you breathe on them after eating it, but it will certainly counteract any damage they cause, both physically and energetically.
Garlic is not only delicious it is also amazing! Especially when it comes to healing the body. It is a powerful antibiotic, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory, it helps remove heavy metals and contains potent anti-oxidants that help build a healthy immune system.
For the Empath, however, it is what it can do for you energy body that you may find of interest:
Most already know of garlic’s many health benefits, but you may not have heard about its ability to clear the aura.
The aura (pranic sheath or energy field) both surrounds and penetrates the body. It therefore affects both the physical and energetic bodies.
Within the aura we can hold years’ worth of unreleased painful emotions, negative thought-forms, past life memories and toxins, etc. We can also carry the energy of those we come into contact with, either from another’s thought forms or just plain old negativity.
So not only do we carry our stuff, we can carry the energy of others. Which obviously affects how we show up in the world.
If you do not regularly clear the aura, it can lead to physical and spiritual problems, as well as a leaky aura!
This is where garlic helps…
And garlic speeds up the human energy field, meaning the emotional energy picked up off others bounces back off.
Garlic also helps clear your aura and, in doing so, helps clear or reset blocked or sluggish chakras…
Another way garlic helps the Empath is in its anti-inflammatory properties.
Stress caused by pained emotions, your own and those picked up from other people, creates inflammation within the body.
Inflammation causes disease and discomfort. Empaths, and anyone who is highly sensitive, gets stressed easily and therefor are prone to inflammation. By including garlic in your diet it may help prevent the damage caused by emotional stress.
To get the full benefits of garlic you need to include it in your diet regularly, but it is best to build up gradually. Too much garlic too soon can cause stomach upsets. You may find you have to play around with garlic dosage, to find what suits you.
Some are sensitive to garlic. If this is the case you may find you are ok with capsules or garlic oil. I am sensitive to garlic when its eaten raw. I always have to cook it first.
Until next time…
Glory to the Kingdom in Heaven , Forever
You are lucky to be here.
Anyone watch this yet? It’s $29.99 to buy the 2000Mules documentary and we should all pay for it. Recently have you heard psychos are threatening to burn down Churches for Roe vs Wade I pray that may our Father God of the Universe – our creator – place STRENGTH & COURAGE into our law enforcement and PROTECT AMERICA
I LIKE TUCKER CARLSON GENTLEMEN
Charles Krauthammer known as a supporter of abortion legalization (although he believed Roe vs Wade was wrongly decided)
“If it’s still low, then we can bump it up,” she joked, “I want a Lamborghini.”
When he was 22, enrolled as a student in medical school, he hit his head at the bottom of a pool, broke his neck and injured his spinal cord. Charles used a wheelchair and had only partial use of his arms and hands. The fact that he graduated from medical school is itself remarkable. (After he broke his neck he spent 14 months in the hospital recovering.) He rarely spoke about his accident, and when he did, he did so in a relaxed, matter-of-fact manner, minimizing its impact. He once described his accident to me as “my one bad break,” adding, “Overall, I’ve been dealt a pretty good hand.” He was without an ounce of self-pity.
On June 8, Charles announced that his doctors had informed him that he had only a few weeks to live, the result of an aggressive, rapidly spreading cancer. “This is the final verdict,” he wrote in a note to his readers. “My fight is over.” He died on Thursday.
It is a shattering loss. Charles, who received the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for commentary, was not only an elegant writer; he also had a beautiful mind: precise, logical, subtle and blessedly free of cant. He loathed trendiness and the fads that sometimes sweep over the culture.
Political tribalism is rotting American politics; it needs more people who reject partisan zeal and can speak honestly about their own side’s blind spots and defects. Charles, alert to the maladies of the American right, was a fierce critic of Pat Buchanan in the early 1990s, when Mr. Buchanan was bringing conservative audiences to their feet with a nascent version of the ugliness and divisiveness that has come to characterize the Republican Party under President Trump. This helps explain why it was no surprise that Charles has been a harsh critic of Mr. Trump, who is an anathema to everything Charles prized. (In October 2015 Charles, in reacting to Mr. Trump’s claim that “I’m a great Christian,” told me, “Hell, I’m a better Christian than Donald Trump.” Charles, a Jew who referred to himself as a “complicated agnostic,” was right.)
I have enormous respect for Charles, and he believed Row vs Wade was done incorrectly.
John F. Kennedy said, “The Greeks defined happiness as the full use of your powers along the lines of excellence.” Charles Krauthammer lived a happy life.
Do your homework – Learn Something, stay thirsty my friends
Since 1968, when Congress passed, and President Lyndon Johnson signed into law, the first federal hate crimes statute, the Department of Justice has been enforcing federal hate crimes laws. The 1968 statute made it a crime to use, or threaten to use, force to willfully interfere with any person because of race, color, religion, or national origin and because the person is participating in a federally protected activity, such as public education, employment, jury service, travel, or the enjoyment of public accommodations, or helping another person to do so. In 1968, Congress also made it a crime to use, or threaten to use, force to interfere with housing rights because of the victim’s race, color, religion, sex, or national origin; in 1988, protections on the basis of familial status and disability were added. In 1996, Congress passed the Church Arson Prevention Act, 18 U.S.C. § 247. Under this Act, it is a crime to deface, damage, or destroy religious real property, or interfere with a person’s religious practice, in situations affecting interstate commerce. The Act also bars defacing, damaging, or destroying religious property because of the race, color, or ethnicity of persons associated with the property.
In 2009, Congress passed, and President Obama signed, the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act, expanding the federal definition of hate crimes, enhancing the legal toolkit available to prosecutors, and increasing the ability of federal law enforcement to support our state and local partners. This law removed then existing jurisdictional obstacles to prosecutions of certain race- and religion-motivated violence, and added new federal protections against crimes based on gender, disability, gender identity, or sexual orientation. Before the Civil Rights Division prosecutes a hate crime, the Attorney General or someone the Attorney General designates must certify, in writing, that (1) the state does not have jurisdiction; (2) the state has requested that the federal government assume jurisdiction; (3) the verdict or sentence obtained pursuant to state charges did not demonstratively vindicate the federal interest in eradicating bias-motivated violence; or (4) a prosecution by the United States is in the public interest and necessary to secure substantial justice.
Trainer Eric Reed nearly ‘lost everything’ in a barn fire. Now he’s a Kentucky Derby winner
“I don’t know how (to put the win into words). I fell down in the paddock when he hit the wire. I about passed out. I’m so happy,” Reed told NBC after the race, flanked by his father and owner Richard Dawson of RED TR-Racing.
In the final stretch of the race, it looked like Steve Asmussen, the all-time wins leader for North American jockeys, was about to end his much-talked about Derby drought with a win from Epicenter. Instead, it was Rich Strike who grabbed the win with a late charge.
The win came in Reed’s first Kentucky Derby.
“We don’t go out and buy the big horses,” Reed said. “We just try to have a good, quality stable. We always perform well, our percentages are always good. We take care of the horse first, and the rest falls into place.”
A Lexington-based trainer, Reed entered the Derby with just one graded stakes win in his career.
The win came six years after a devastating fire caused by lightning killed 23 horses at his Mercury Equine Center in Lexington. Shortly after learning Rich Strike would make the 20-horse Derby field after a Friday scratch from Ethereal Road, Reed told reporters he was uncertain if he would ever train again after the fire.
Only 13 animals made it out of the fire alive.
“When we drove up on that that night, I told my wife, I said, ‘We’ve probably lost everything,'” Reed said. “By the grace of God, the wind was blowing in a direction that kept it from getting to the other two barns. The next morning when we saw the devastation, because this happened in the middle of the night, I just thought of all the years and all the stuff we had done to get this beautiful farm and have this happen, that something might be telling me it’s the end of the line.”
Instead, Reed was touched by the large number of people who came out to help in the aftermath of the fire. Many were friends. Others were strangers who had seen the story.
Several high-profile trainers, who Reed did not name, reached out with promises to help him find clients and horses in the aftermath of the fire.
“I think that kept me going,” Reed said. “Then I just decided I wasn’t going to let it take me out. Thank God, we’re here today.”
As Reed struggled to make sense of the improbable win, he stood alongside his father, Herbert Reed, a former trainer who never reached the heights his son just had. Herbert was a former assistant trainer under Mack Miller, who won the 1993 Kentucky Derby with Sea Hero.
“If you find something you love to do, you never work,” Herbert Reed said. “He found something he loved to do, and he’s good at it. I’m as proud as I can be of him.”
The chances of Reed even having a horse in the field were astronomical.
The trainer of Ethereal Road, D. Wayne Lukas, had won the race four times with 49 career starts, second-most of any trainer. Reed, meanwhile, does not even have a Wikipedia page.
Reed’s training career began in 1983. He scored his first stakes win with Native Drummer in 1986 in the Forego Stakes at Latonia.
The Mercury Equine Center website lists Reed’s career highlights as a win with Satan’s Quick Chick in the Grade 2 Lexus Raven Run Stakes at Keeneland in 2009 and a near-miss of beating star filly Zenyatta in the Grade 1 Clement L. Hirsch Stakes with Rinterval in 2010.
Now there is one more.
“I never thought I would have a Derby horse,” Reed said. “I never tried to go to the yearling sale and buy a Derby horse. I just wanted to buy my clients a horse that would keep them happy, have some fun and make a little money. If we got a good one, terrific. This was never in my thoughts.”
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Romans Chapter 8 vs 28 with the King James version Printed by Authority in London and New York Old and New Testaments
Appointed to be read in Churches. Rose Gold Outline
ROMANS 8 vs 28 – “And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.”
Russell Brand has an awesome* YouTube channel that I enjoy, he has my 100% support.
*Saying he is awesome is a quick lazy attempt to post it. This guy is brilliant, centered, loved, and I reckon he knows what’s up
He mentioned something about living in an empty mansion. You could have fame, money, influence – but you still wouldn’t be happy.
I encourage everyone to view this video and to subscribe!
And here is a flashback from TEAM AMERICA WORLD POLICE 😉
When someone else makes you responsible for their feelings.
And if you don’t do what they want –
They use obligation, guilt, and fear to pressure you into doing it.
Either you make me feel good…. or I will make you feel bad.
Want some examples? Watch the video below from Freedom in Thought
HAVE A SAFE HAPPY EASTER !
STAY STRONG FRIENDS !