Monthly Archives: March 2008

A day without laughter is a wasted day

“To bathe a cat takes brute force, perseverance, courage of conviction – and a cat. The last ingredient is usually hardest to come by.” Stephen Baker Advertisements

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Witch Hunting Book Burner

Look what I started. Ref: Nice Rack and Double Take I am in the process of writing my own article about this issue which I will submit to the school newspaper.

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Small ideas lead to even bigger ones

Question: How can I raise others awareness in the hope that it will then lead to change? Idea: make a stencil for a tshirt. Another idea: Use images from the Congo for the stencils. Another idea: make a bunch of … Continue reading

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Wanna trade?

I posted about the child soldiers yesterday. Today I am letting you know about a way to help the child soldiers of Congo through Mama Makeka House of Hope. Isaiah 2:4… They will beat their swords into plowshares and their … Continue reading

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Dark realities

My eyes were opened this week to the existence of child soldiers. There are estimates of 300,000 children world wide that are “recruited”; kidnapped, threatened, and tortured until the participate. 100,000 of these children are in Africa and 30,000 of … Continue reading

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Routines

I’ve been trying to break up my routines by studying the places I go in order to see if I will notice when something there has changed. This all started when I noticed paper origami that was hanging over the … Continue reading

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Righteous Living vs Christian Bubble

Where is the line between jokes that are appropriate and not? If I am offended by a joke about homosexuality or races does that mean that I simply have no sense of humor? What is the difference between telling these … Continue reading

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