Question by Peter M: Me and my gf just broke up?
I’ve been on and off this site for ages about stuff with mf gf. We just broke up this morning. She says what ive said before is right, that we’re different (she’s a christian and i’m agnostic), so children would be difficult.Also, i want to travel but she probably doesn’t. This morning has been really hard and i want her back to work through things. She told me she doesn’t want to break up, she feels there’s no other options.What can i say to save this!!!???
Answer by Susan C you two need to compromise if you wish to continue the relationship…
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In this not-your-run-of-the-mill autobiography, Is It Really Just A Small World? There Are No Coincidences! (published by WestBow Press), author Sandra Boyce Ghost takes readers on a journey through her life’s amazing story. She presents solid answers to the questions, are the coincidental happenings in life really happenstance? Is there something greater at work? ?To read it is to regard your own life through newly enlightened eyes,? says Ghost.
Ghost chronicles her story as a teen trying to swim upstream in a troubled home life, who uses marriage as an escape from the parental river of alcohol. When physical abuse ends the first union, a second marriage promises all her dreams will come true until she finds herself desperately trying to win her new husband?s approval to no avail.
In a fluke of circumstances, Ghost is thrust into singing onstage. This occurrence blossoms into a surprising career as a nightclub entertainer with bookings all over the U.S. and Canada, appearances on television and even a recording contract. Ghost says this is when the miracles began to happen.
?Is It Really Just A Small World? traces a significant pattern of coincidences, suggesting the intervening Hand of God,? explains Ghost.
Through this story filled with glitz, glamour, tragedy, comedy, love, loss and redemption, readers will find excitement about their lives as they reflect on their own journeys. ?You will never look at a ?coincidence? the same way again,? says Ghost.
About the Author
The catalyst that launched Sandra Boyce Ghost?s writing career was winning the Guideposts Magazine Writers? Award in 1971. Subsequently, she has had four other books published, has been a newspaper columnist and editor, vice president of a public mining company and is currently vice president of a local chapter of Aglow International. She lives in Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania with her noble German Shepherd, Kelly, and claims her greatest gifts in life are her children, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Yet, she claims she hasn?t decided what she wants to be when she grows up!
WestBow Press is a strategic self-publishing alliance of Thomas Nelson, Inc., the world?s largest Christian publisher, and Author Solutions, Inc. (ASI) ? the world leader in the popular self-publishing industry segment. Through this partnership, authors benefit from the rich publishing heritage of Thomas Nelson and the speed-to-market advantages of the ASI self-publishing model. Titles published through WestBow Press are evaluated for sales potential and considered for publication under the Thomas Nelson imprint. Thomas Nelson, Inc. continues to ?inspire the world? with distribution of products in more than 100 countries worldwide. For more information, or to start publishing today, visit http://www.westbowpress.com or call (866)-928-1240. Follow us @westbowpress on Twitter for the latest news.
On August 5, 2011 ChristianDatingForFree.com (CDFF) achieved another significant milestone towards bolstering it?s position as the worlds largest free dating site dedicated to Christian singles all around the world. The site reached the milestone of 200,000 active members. The 200,000 active member mark was accomplished in less than half the time of the 100,000 active member milestone which illustrates the pace of growth for ChristianDatingForFree.com. It was also accomplished without spending any money on marketing.
According to David Perez, CEO of e Dating For Free, Inc., ?High quality free online communities can be built without spending any money on acquisition marketing. Just look at the success Facebook has had by offer a free online community. Successful free community sites are almost always built via free marketing vehicles such as word of mouth and viral marketing. That is why we don?t spend money on online marketing against ChristianDatingForFree.com.?
Other key metrics for ChristianDatingForFree.com are stronger than ever. Monthly visits and logins both cracked the 1 million mark. Monthly page views are hovering under 20 million mark. Remarkably the majority of the traffic fueling this growth is from three sources which account for over 80% of the total monthly visits. These sources are direct traffic, branded search terms such as ‘christian dating for free’ and internet email sent to members. Less than 20% of traffic comes from other websites or non-branded search terms such as ‘christian dating‘ or ‘christian singles.’
So why are Christian singles flocking to ChristianDatingForFree.com? Doron Kim, President, said: ?The reason for CDFF?s success is the quality of our user experience. Every day one in 5 people that attempt to join ChristianDatingForFree.com are banned. This is done via a combination of technology aimed at spotting scammers such as ThreatMetrix.com and our diligent moderators that work 24/7 to screen new members and monitor their behavior. Members tell us all that our community is the best they have seen for avoiding scammers.? In addition to providing a high quality member base CDFF also strives for a parity offering in terms of the features that equivalent paid sites offer. CDFF has Christian chat rooms, message boards, Instant Messaging, Winks, Who?s Viewed Me, etc. All the same features visitors would find on an equivalent paid dating service.
WCC NEWS: Lent campaign on water and just peace (WCC media WCC NEWS: Len)
World Council of Churches – News LENTEN CAMPAIGN FOCUSES ON WATER AND JUST PEACE For immediate release: 03 March 2011 “Water and Just Peace” will be the theme of this year’s Lenten reflections provided by the Ecumenical Water Network (EWN). Starting on Monday 7 March the weekly reflections will explore the connection between access to water, struggles over this precious resource and building … Read more on Worldwide Faith News
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Just like family
Despite the cold, rainy and all around gloomy weather outdoors, inside the home of Lou and Candy Riccardi of Americus was a scene of warmth and happiness as the Riccardis and their extended South American family enjoyed a late lunch together Friday afternoon. The Riccardis have been host family to Andres Chaparro, of Bogota, Colombia, and Jose Hernandez, of Valencia, Venezuela, for the past two … Read more on Americus Times-Recorder
Soccer clinches spot in playoffs
INDIO — The Yucca Valley High School boys soccer team clinched a spot in the CIF playoffs Tuesday with a 3-1 win over Shadow Hills High School here. Read more on Hi-Desert Star
Prices remain high for Super Bowl
Ticket prices for professional football’s biggest game appeared to be dropping somewhat on Friday, based on a review of various ticket websites. Read more on Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
If we believe in Shakespeare’s these lines, and are real at present situation, then there could be no reason to write this article. However, for today’s world, where even there is no reason to fight, but still they quarrel, this is must for them.
When the word “Religion” slaps the eardrum, most of the peoples think of some traditions, odd styles, myths and something called the “restrictions”. On next step, “Science” is the world of discoveries, researches, amazing facts and knowledgeable findings & thoughts. There are also some peoples who bold the science, and restrict to the religions. Some youngsters even evade their grandparents as they think the religion as a fable which is just for old peoples regarding big books (epics).
If we consider the religion as the whole & truth, then we may define the science as, “the right path in search of the truth “(i.e., religion).
It was a diamond achievement for the science to discover an “Atom” and also when they discovered 36,450 micro-organisms in a single drop of water. Science also proved the fact that “Trees are living beings”, Which though do not have the red blood like us, still called “immovable living beings”, and have their own unique systems just like us. Science also attends “health & diet” relationship and consults to daylight meal. Scientific views on night meal (dinner) says that “ultraviolet” (UV) and infrared (IR) radiations which are emitted during day time are more physiochemically active (research by W. Writer in 1801) and is the reason for the trees to prepare their food only during day time and ever human beings are more active during day time. This is also the reason for none or less production of micro-organisms; even insects do not come out in day light, While they are free to move anywhere at night. That’s why night eating may affect our health & body system besides killing uncountable micro-organisms. UV and IR rays get inactive before & after 48 min. of sunset & sunrise respectively. After reading such on science achievements one may feel haughty but here I flashed same topics with religious views.
Jain epics say that there are uncountable micro-organisms in a single drop of water, and they recommend for purification of water with different methods.
Epics also focus on atom, and in more & more depth.
Trees are living beings were though discovered by science, still it was already written in the epics, and called single sensed. (Ekendriya)
Religion much more talks about day meals, and has given extraordinary and supreme views on so.
On conclusion, there is much more written in epics, and science is trying to reach it so that peoples will ultimately believe the religion.
After reading this no one should feel arrogant of their religion, as science is the only way to lighten it. Indirectly, only the science is helping to prove the right existence of religions. Moreover religion & science give equal values for meditation, non-violence & peace. So why there is always quarrel between science & religion.
We usually put debates on “science or religion-which is great?” which may result in the diversion of people’s minds from either one depending upon winners.
Instead of this topic, it is better to put “Brotherhood between science & religious” how to reach religion through science. kinds of topics so that it would put our step forward in search of the truth.
If you think yourself as responsible person of either science or religion, then show some respect for it, by helping science research & discoveries, so that we world reach the victory of these two cousins which will indirectly result in peace of the universe.
(“Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.” -Albert Einstein)
Sachin Ramesh Chatur
The autor for this article is a science lover.and respects all the religions. since childhood he has written many articles specially for ahimsa(non violence),peace,unity & affection towards science.He is so kind hearted.
Share this video and please watch part 2!………Note: If you like this video, an updated version (without TTS) can be found on my chanel (The Second Coming). Thank you!! Man’s Flaw states the case that religion is a creation of MAN and NOT God. If you AGREE with the message in Man’s Flaw and believe that the world would be a much better place if people didn’t follow self-serving, devisive, simplistic, cultural traditions then PLEASE share this link on FACEBOOK, TWITTER ETC as much as possible (also part 2). Thank you!! I am undecided as to whether there is a God or not, however it is painfully clear that all religions are simply the manifestation of humanities weakness, flaws and fears. I would be happy for religious people to believe whatever helps them to get through their days, however religion, since its inception has made detrimental encroachments on all avenues of life. It is beyond me how people can still believe in it (or more accurately, want to believe in it). Topics Covered in “Man’s Flaw” part 1 and 2: Relgion, God, anger, hate, racism, fear, greed, doubt, execution, peace, war, death, september 11th, 9/11, the Crusades, killing, logic, faith, belief, radical,fundamentalism, suicide bombing, evolution, the big bang, hell, heaven, reward, torture, the bible, jesus, the koran, the quran, torah, prayer, natural disaster, atheism, theism, deism, deist, God’s Flaw exorcism, barainwashing, children, morality, iraq war, indoctrination, priests, kin psychology … Video Rating: 4 / 5
Dayspring Christian’s football comeback bid falls just short against Merino
Turning point: The game was in the balance until a tipped pass fell into the arms of Merino linebacker Tuff Gibson, ending the Dayspring Christian rally. Had it been complete, the Eagles would have completed a rally from a 26-7 deficit. Read more on Greeley Tribune
Savannah Christian leads at the half
Savannah Christian leads Charlton County 17-0 at the half of their Class A state playoff game in Folkston. Will Austin scored on a 47-yard run and Andrew Moore on a 6-yard run for the Raiders. Read more on Savannah Morning News
Oaks Christian roars past Saugus thanks to its defense
PREP FOOTBALL: Adams’ interception sparks Oaks Christian. The Oaks Christian football team moved a step closer to its 10th consecutive semifinal appearance in a dominating 34-8 victory against Saugus in a Southern Section Northern Division first-round game. Read more on Los Angeles Daily News
Savannah Christian advances, 37-6
Savannah Christian advanced to the third round of the Class A state football playoffs with a 37-6 victory over Charlton County on Friday in Folkston. The Raiders will play either Darlington or Lincoln County next Friday. Savannah Christian (11-1) lead 17-0 at the half. Will Austin scored on a 47-yard run on the second play of the game. Charlton ends its season 9-3. Read more on Savannah Morning News