Today offered good pointers on relics, refuse, and recycling.
Like any symbol, flags are subject to interpretation. But those beliefs, good or bad, still exist when a symbol is removed.
The warning signs were there. Russia’s posture at Ukraine’s door look like sabre-rattling, but loud exercises with tanks and choppers are also a pretty big sign that one country wants to invade another.
Given enough time, a man is likely to be worn down by all the bad news in the world today. Negative information is like liquid cement; you don’t want to get caught in it. But there are good things out there to give us hope. More accurately, there are good people out there willing to do their best when they’re needed most! What does that say about humanity? It says that our spirit, whenever doused, is constantly rekindled.
When it comes to handling thousands of kids from Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras, Washington’s problem is really divided into smaller ones: how do we send them home, how do we stop them from returning, and who’s gonna pay for this?
The world’s deadliest outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) is now attacking Africans in multiple countries. Those infected need prayers and physicians, but to those left untouched by the disease, vigilance and hygiene are also required.