• Riders to the Sea Analyst
    nature's most precious gifts, actually have a dark side to them. What I mean about that is take rain for an example. Rain can come very peaceful and smooth. But we all know rain can get violent and dangerous in a heartbeat. In the poem "Riders To The Sea" depicts this statement. Nature is truly a beautiful...
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  • Valu of Time
     Importance of Time in our Life “Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That’s why its called the present” .Gifts of God to Human being. Yesterday is a canceled check; tomorrow is a promissory note; today is the only cash you have - so spend it wisely”...
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  • 10 God's Promises
    Scriptures About God’s Promises 2 Peter 1:4 And because of his glory and excellence, he has given us great and precious promises. These are the promises that enable you to share his divine nature and escape the world’s corruption caused by human desires. Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the plans I have for...
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  • Why Water Is Precious
    live in water like crabs, fishes and sea horses. But 60% of our body is filled with water. Life will no longer exist if there is no water. So it’s precious. Ice, liquid and vapor are the three forms which this life source is available in. To Brazil, US and Australia it’s raining cats and dogs that floods...
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  • Life
    have enjoyed but we have forgotten or deleted of our memory. Therefore, I can say that life is beautiful because it gives us many marvelous and free gifts. Every day we leave our houses, we take the bus and we start reading or listening to music without noticing what is going out outside. If we pay attention...
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  • Christmas-Not Mine
    The gift God gave to all the world Was the gift of His life We know Christmas is not about tinsel, Nor fancy Christmas wreaths, Nor is it about all the decorations That adorns our Christmas trees And it’s not about Holly or Mistletoe Hanging from our doors, Nor is it about the gifts that are...
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  • Ang Pag Ibig
    God is the architect of life and He has a great plan for us. But we are still the engineers and we should construct our lives according to his plan. God is a friend who is close beside us. Anytime we’re feeling lost, His light will surely guide us, and anywhere we go, His love will always reach us. ...
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  • poetry analysis
    the decades, mankind has become increasingly structured around work, money, and selfish intentions. Unfortunately, this shift has veered man’s focus from being theocentric to anthropocentric. In his poem “God’s Grandeur,” Gerard Manley Hopkins capitalizes upon this worldview evolution and illustrates...
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  • Christians
    Generally, the definition of a Christian from a dictionary is that the one who professes belief in Jesus as Christ of follows the religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus. There are many Christian denominations, each varying slightly in the interpretations of the Bible teachings. But the basic...
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  • A Gift Beyond Description
    A Gift Beyond Description Scripture: 2 Corinthians 9:15 A. My text this morning is 2 Corinthians 9:15. It is a short verse, only 8 words long. Listen as the apostle Paul says, "Thanks be unto God for His indescribable gift."  This is the time of year when we are concerned about choosing just the...
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  • Winthrop Summary Christian Charity
    by stating that God created the rich and the poor. He created them for different reasons, in order to manifest his exertion in the areas of mercy, love, gentleness, faith, patience and obedience. Religion is used as a way of connecting with the Puritans. He also uses references from the bible to prove...
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  • friendship
    FRIENDSHIP Friendship is the life's most precious treasure and it is mentioned as the cornerstone of life. Also it is a bond between two living beings, once signed; never retrieved. Friends are gifts from god. A friend is someone who will stand by you in trouble or in joy. A sincere friend will never...
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  • “Amazing Grace” by John Newton
    staple in the sermons preached on Sundays. This poem is widely known because in ails of time we’ve either heard it from the pulpit or from our grandmothers giving thanks to her Almighty God for saving her. Although this poem is short it is to the point. As stated in our text “hymns relate to universal...
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  • Christian Philosophy of Education
    minds?” What should our philosophy on education be as a Christian educator? Well, we can start with the first and greatest commandment, “Love your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind” (Matthew 22:37). This commandment, among other things, is a great place to start...
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  • 50 Things That Really Matter
    | |The book 50 Things That Really Matter tells of the simple pleasures of life--apart from the luxurious, fancy and extravagant possessions-- that gives people | |inner and deeper fulfillment. This promising gift book is a compilation of fist-person stories of different people with their own unique...
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  • Poems
    sand;  when I inhale the dear  intoxicating essence  the flowers exude when dawn  is smiling on the land;  sadly, sadly I recall  your visage, precious childhood,  which an affectionate mother  made beautiful and bright;  I recall a simple town,  my comfort, joy and cradle,  beside a balmy lake...
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  • Nothing
    Christmas literally means the Mass (celebration) of Christ. "Christ" is a Greek word and title, meaning "anointed" or one set apart by God for a special purpose. The Real Meaning of Christmas One week before Christmas, a well-known visitor made a surprise appearance… I had just finished the household...
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  • God and Suffering
    God and Suffering Before I begin, let me make it clear that none of these ideas are completely my own. They are merely a compilation of the ideas of many others, far wiser than me, that I have adopted and shaped into something meaningful to me. I hope to do the same for you. Many of us are...
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  • Art History Final
    Ancient Greek religious practice, essentially conservative in nature, was based on time-honored observances, many rooted in the Bronze Age (3000–1050 B.C.), or even earlier. Although the Iliad and the Odyssey of Homer, believed to have been composed around the eighth century B.C., were powerful influences...
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  • Notes on Tibetan Buddhism
    ★ 1st Thought that Turns the Mind Precious Human Rebirth. ★ Make sure to study 12 links of interdependence. ★ Root cause of ignorance = Belief in 'I' self, cause of both samsara and afflictive emotions that keep one anchored in samsara. ★ The evolution of 'I' will lead us to the bardo to be blown...
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