“I wanted to kill myself today" 38 h
**Teen Talks to Stranger in Dunkin’ Donuts—Then He Hands Her a Note Exposing What He Planned to Do That Day
Posted on October 10, 2016
It read: “I wanted to kill myself today. Because of you, now I do not. Thank you, beautiful person.”
If it wasn’t for Casey’s simple act of kindness and time investment in a random stranger, he may not be here today. She doesn’t exactly know why she was led to talk to that man, but she’s so glad she did.
Read Casey’s full story that she posted along with the note on Facebook here:
The Post Follows:
Casey’s encounter has now touched the hearts of thousands. Just between the Love What Matters Facebook page and Casey’s post, the story was shared over 160,000 times within days, ... read more
“Why don’t you just trust in God?” 39 h
** “I feel every day, as I get older, anyway, that it’s all a miracle,” said Hopkins. “I mean, my heartbeats, my lungs breathe. That is an extraordinary — an extraordinary phenomenon.”
Actor Anthony Hopkins was a self-acclaimed atheist for the greater part of his life. However, a single question about God posed at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting shifted his perception drastically.
Hopkins described his spiritual turning point during an appearance at the 11th annual LEAP conference.
During a pivotal AA meeting in 1975, a woman asked the actor a simple question that led to deep introspection for Hopkins.
“Why don’t you just trust in God?” she asked.
The fellow AA member’s advice led Hopkins to say “why not” and take what he called a “quantum leap” out of his ... read more
Is there balance in your life? 10 d
Without balance, we make messes, like a haphazard high school student in chemistry class.
Grace + Faith = The Balanced Equation of Life
By Roxie Hebson | March 11, 2019
With safety goggles and a long white lab coat on, I began the weekly lab experiment in my high school chemistry class many years ago. I knew that if my measurements were off, I probably wouldn’t cause an explosion, but I would, at the very least, make a mess. I had to be aware of and carefully measure each chemical that I used.
Andrew Wommack makes a salient point about the importance of balance in his book, Living in the Balance of Grace and Faith, through his illustration of the chemicals, sodium, an ... read more
Learn to walk with the wise 32 d
Here the phrase “walks with” is a metaphor for “living one’s life with,” encompassing thoughts, actions, and feelings. The person who lives in the company of the wise cannot help but to grow in wisdom because he will learn from the experiences and knowledge of his companions.
One of our goals in our earthly existence as Christians should be to say with the apostle Paul, “I have learned to be content . . . regardless of my circumstances.”
Paul goes on to say that he had learned how to be satisfied to the point where he was not disturbed whether he had abundance or was in need (see Philippians 4:12).
This is the picture of godly contentment!
Being content does not mean that we never want to see any change or that we have no vision for better things, but it does mean that we are not allowing the things we want and don’t have yet to steal the enjoyment of wh ... read more
Ga Guidestones 3 mon
** In The Process Of Trying To Depopulate The Planet? Georgia Guidestones May Give Us A Clue
Are The Globalists In The Process Of Trying To Depopulate The Planet? Georgia Guidestones May Give Us A Clue
By: Stan Monteith
April 14, 2007
The Georgia Guidestones
On one of the highest hilltops in Elbert County, Georgia stands a huge granite monument. Engraved in eight different languages on the four giant stones that support the common capstone are 10 Guides, or commandments. That monument is alternately referred to as The Georgia Guidestones, or the American Stonehenge. Though relatively unknown to most people, it is an importa ... read more
Though We are weak - Yet? 3 mon
In order for God to flow through us, we must first face the fact that we have many weaknesses!
In order to succeed first, we must realize our limitations and weaknesses!
Everyone has shortcomings and things that limit our desires and abilities! But we (you) can not let it bother us. When allowing God to work thru us, realize that imperfections will not stop us unless we allow it! Once we become determined not to let them - Because once we accept that we are not perfect, God can really start to use us!
Here is one of the first steps to overcoming our limitations, realize that defeats many people - is doubt and self-centeredness! You must learn to accept the fact that with God o ... read more
Take the test - find out where you are! 3 mon
Most people are self-centered - are you one of them?
Blog: Brain Boot Camp or Mindset Mastery
Take the test - see where you are!
Most people are self-centered - are you one of them?
** These are some of the questions that could be asked to help set your existence correctly!
When did you last, help anyone else?
How do you go about being a true friend, by working with others?
Have you ever stopes to think about what you can do to help make the USA a better country?
Do you understand that just taking from the government or who so ever is not the plan for a successful life?
If you a ... read more
The wonder of Why? 3 mon
** J.P. Morgan did not like the idea, because where do you put the meter? Morgan stopped funding and Tesla's Wardencliffe Tower was destroyed & taken down. Yet The speed of light was measured in 1887 by two guys with a light and two mirrors. No one has re-measured it since.
Tesla’s ”1930 Pierce Arrow” Electric Automobile
Look up Tesla’s power tower!
Tesla had a large Westinghouse electric motor under the hood.
Nikola Tesla reading a newspaper in his Colorado Springs Lab. • 1901
The Tesla Motors of 2006 runs on an electric motor with a rack of batteries.
Nik’s Car was Wireless - Dude!
No need for downtime recharging it. Return to
Tesla Company like back in 1930. Wireless free radiant energy!
Nikola Tesla had an Electric Pierce-Arrow back in 1930, the ICE engine was replaced with an Electric Motor. The power source was a black box of radio tubes, ... read more
What does Bravo Zulu mean 3 mon
This internationally recognized and used spelling alphabet can be found in armed forces, civil navigation, maritime operations, and law enforcement agencies in hundreds of countries
Common military phonetic alphabet phrases include:
Which is what are used at sea both as both flags and Lights!
Bravo Zulu: Good job. The term’s roots in naval history explain why it’s “Bravo Zulu” and not “Whiskey Delta” for ”well done.”
Charlie Mike: Continue Mission
Echo Tango Sierra: Expiration Term of Service (someone who is about to complete their tour of duty)
November Golf: NG or No Go (fail)
Lima Charlie: Loud and Clear
Oscar-Mike: On the Move
Tango Mike: Thanks Much
Tango Uniform: Toes Up, meaning killed or destroyed
Tango Y ... read more
God's kind of love 3 mon
** it is equally applicable to human love and kindness for everyone.
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RELATED: 100 Love Quotes That Say Exactly What ’I Love You’ Means
While it is written in reference to God’s love, and the love gift of the baby Jesus turned Savior to the world, it is equally applicable to human love and kindness for everyone.
1 Corinthians 13 is the glue to a married couple in love or a parent with a child that has become defiant. It can be understood by a child on how to treat a sibling or other people in the family.
Anyone can be ’kind, patient, not rude’ to a strange person or an unruly pet. 1 Corinthians 13 helps to frame the action of love expressed by a per ... read more