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Archive for April 9th, 2006

Palm Sunday – How to fold a palm frond into a cross

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Don’t know how to take your palms and create a cross to use as a bookmark or place on the wall? Follow these easy instructions.

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April 9, 2006 at 7:48 pm

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Presidential prophetic experiences?

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I’m watching the History Channel’s Decoding the Past on presidential prophecies, angels, visions, etc. It’s source is a paperback book called The Haunting of the Presidents: A Paranormal History of the U.S. Presidency. Published by Signet in 2003, it doesn’t seem to be available except online at $80. Goodness, I want to know why it’s $80. It will definitely be a book for my library if I can find one cheap enough and in good condition.

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April 9, 2006 at 6:20 pm

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The Gospel Of Judas

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Networks always use holidays to market controversial shows to their audiences. An authentic ancient Gnostic gospel, the Gospel of Judas is highlighted tonight, Palm Sunday on the National Geographic channel, 8:00 to 10:00pm EST. Undoubtedly it will spark a range of conversations that will include words like heresy, blasphemy, and balderdash, with religious bashers trying to use it to their advantage, much like the Gospels of Thomas and Mary while religious nay-sayers will try to dissuade the actual document. Knowing why the Gospel of Judas even exists will be explained in the documentary. I think it will prove interesting and will help educate on the reasons the Catholic Church amassed the Bible in the first place.

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April 9, 2006 at 3:59 pm

Women’s healthcare in third world countries declining

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Health care for third world countries are facing increasing shortages due to lack of medical personnel. The World Health Organization is asking for over four million more doctors, nurses, and other healthcare workers to assist the 59 million workers in 57 countries. In the worst need for hands-on help are 36 countries in two thirds of the sub-Saharan continent of Africa. Medical care for women is the main cause of low-survival rates in these areas. Please pray for these important missions.

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April 9, 2006 at 3:12 pm

Sma’ Talk Wi’ T

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With life so hectic these days, who has a chance to sit around and have a cuppa tea with friends and talk about what’s going on in the world? Life is streaming all around us and sharing is what friendship is all about.

My list-serv was increasing and it seemed that more people wanted to share so to prevent email spam while adding more readers on, I’ve decided to blog current events, history, culture, and trivia items that I find interesting, I’m going to invite you to have a sma’ talk wi’ T.

Come in and sit down and pour yourself a wee cuppa tea. I’ll take mine with one sugar and milk. Invite your friends and family and let me know what’s on your mind. Let’s talk.

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April 9, 2006 at 2:29 pm