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The NYT's journalist Nicholas Kristof shares one of the most amazing journey's in the life of a young man.
America is facing a challenging time and today is time to reflect deeply about where we really are as a nation.
The plight of women in the world shows each of us how we will respond to injustice and our chance for human success!
This editorial is very insightful and reminds us all that the earth is groaning under the strain of providing for us.
God continually scrambles the scientists and astronomers with the mass and wonder of space. The heavens seem bigger and more perplexing the more we study them. This recent discovery gives way to awe as we see the creation of God as more incomprehensible. Rather than be stumped by these findings, let them give way to thanks and worship of the Creator.
In the bottom ten countries ranked for stress on mothers, 1 of 6 children die before the age of 5; 1 of 30 women die in childbirth; fewer than 50% of births are attended by a skilled attendant and 1 of 3 kids born suffer from malnutrition. Let us all strive to help mothers around the world in every place have a better life and more dignity.
The world weather events portend much for mankind. From earthquakes, tsunamis, tornados, floods, wildfires, drought to artic melting, we need to take account of our lives and how society should prepare and respond.
In some states the number is one in five, but nationally nearly 1 in 7 Americans is relying on food stamp assistance. The economy is tough and we are getting more vulnerable.
Tuscaloosa and all tornado communities need lots of care over time.
One of my newest projects is importing and deploying new tools in early wildfire detection. The more I witness the frequency and severity of wildfire in America, I know I have chosen a good cause.