Kirk Cameron Gives Advice to Parents on How to Raise Children in a Social Media-Obsessed World

PREACH IT KIRK! LISTEN UP, PARENTS!

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Kirk Cameron attends the red carpet premiere of “Overcomer” in Atlanta on August 15, 2019. | Leah Klett/The Christian Post

Actor and producer Kirk Cameron says there are three things parents should do to help their children find their identity in Christ in today’s post-modern, social-media obsessed culture. 

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Quotation(60).

GOOD QUOTATION…YOUR LIFE IS YOURS TO CHOOSE.

Sngms


आपके जीवन के सफर में बड़ी से बड़ी समस्याएं आपको तब तक नहीं रोक सकती जब तक कि आप खुद नहीं रुक जाते।

The biggest problems in the journey of your life cannot stop you until you stop yourself.

………….#Sngms

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Happy birthday to my dear elder brother 😍😘😊

SO GLAD A BROTHER WANTS TO BE WITH A SIBLING TO BLESS THEM!

BLISSFULLY LOST SOUL ❤

“Your Brother will never say he loves you, But he loves you more than anyone else in the World”

After the divine relationship of mother,
Next important relation is of Brotherhood.
There is eternal presence of friendship.
Sunshine shadow rain joys or sorrow.
There is always presence of an Elder Brother.
Relation of blood or family.
The bonds of heart, mind, soul is friendship.
The difference of age and thoughts.
Does not hinder relation of us.
Beyond the horizon of the world.
All the wealth of world can not buy,
The relationship of Brotherhood.
My sibling is my lifeline,
Feelings of emotions and relations as lifelines,
No substitute for his commendable support and love,
We share and celebrate our birthdays, our achievements with same enthusiasm and passion to lit the hope of candle,
We’ve not grown up in our childhood fights, remain united and close knitted in layers and flairs…

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Happy Rakshabandhan 😊🙏🏻

TO LEARN AND MINISTER TO OTHERS–LEARN WHERE THEY ARE COMING FROM!

BLISSFULLY LOST SOUL ❤

Raksha Bandhan, or simply called Rakhi is celebrated in India and Nepal.

Rakshabandhan means ‘Bond of Protection’. The festival celebrates the love between brothers and sisters.

On Rakshabandhan, sister ties a rakhi (sacred thread) on her brother’s wrist with a prayer for his prosperity and happiness.

This symbolizes the sister’s love. The brother gives her a token gift and a promise to protect her.

Rakhi is not mere thread but it symbolises selfless & pious bond between brother & sister. It binds family together. A bond of love, togetherness & trust.

A Love Between A Brother And A Sister Is One Of The Beautiful Relationship . And Rakhi Is The Festival Which Make It More Stronger….

The bond between a brother and a sister is one of the purest we have ever known. Softer than a feather, stronger than the strongest steel.

Rakhi its not merely a thread,it’s a bond…

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ON HOW TO PICK AND EAT POEMS

POEMS ARE INDEED…SO YUMMY! ❤

Teacher as Transformer

Phyllis Cole-Dai wrote this wonderful poem that offers so much advice about how to live life more fully. When I stand still and just am in the moment, it is there that I can live most fully. Poems grow there and, just like finding something wonderful in nature, we can bow to it as we read it and let it soak in.

Stop whatever it is you’re doing.
Come down from the attic.
Grab a bucket or a basket and head for light.
That’s where the best poems grow, and in the dappled dark.

Go slow. Watch out for thorns and bears.
When you find a good bush, bow to it, or take off your shoes.
Then pluck. This poem. That poem. Any poem.
It should come off the stem easy, just a little tickle.
No need to sniff first, judge the color, test the firmness.
You’ll only know it’s…

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Inviting Silence

SILENCE BRINGS WONDER…IT CAN!

Teacher as Transformer

Until yesterday, I had not heard of Gunilla Norris and her poetry. Parker Palmer sent a Facebook message with this beautiful poem embedded. It is a long poem, but is worth whiling and lingering over. Parker Palmer writes about the need for silence in life. This allows us turn inward and listen as our soul speaks to us.

As I move forward in the dissertation process, several things stood out in this poem. Sharing silence as a political act reminded me of how the polis consists of persons where exchanging anything suggests we act politically. In the early writing stages, I argue that teaching is a series of ongoing political actions as we choose the way we teach and what we teach.

Thich Nhat Hanh suggested we find the extraordinary in the ordinary. It is in the lives of each person that the extraordinary potentially emerges. It is in a…

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