When you read the quotesfor those famous historical figures, we come with a conclution that they were blessed men.
Propaganda usually tries to force a doctrine on an entire group of people. It naturally and emphatically works on the general public from the standpoint of an idea and makes them ripe for the victory of that idea (the last general election in our case).
The lessons of titanic still resonates its meaning, even to this day the story of this great ship can still touch our hearts.
Never have I considered myself more privileged, than to have witnessed the social movement in it's countless forms of the 1960s.
A short, funny, bittersweet story about George. George wants to understand something that maybe none of us can ever really understand
On a quiet still night.. Listen carefully They are there.... Night Marchers, Menehunes, Pounding of the Drums, Urban Legends Beauty and splendor. Bringing the past to the present. a culture that thrives among the current life we live in today. Trapping you for the moment to how c...
How the leek came to be one of three emblems of Wales and why I am proud to be welsh.
When the English parliament decided, in response to public demand, passed a law banning all public executions. One section of the public, however, was outraged, because a good execution, along with pies and pints of beer, had always made for a good outing.
If you happen to find yourself near Walterboro, South Carolina - you need to find a couple hours to tour the South Carolina Artisans Center. It will flood your heart with many wonders! Some of the most amazing artisans are featured in this historic facility.
Hapgood asserted that people, or more precisely, intelligent Geographers and Navigators had charted the New World many centuries before Christopher Columbus. His most controversial claim is that of the mapping of the Antarctic mainland, 6000 years before it was first sighted in 1820.
This is just a brief review of Reclaiming Our Heritage at Milwaukee VA Medical Center. The event is very awesome experience and would to see everyone out there reading this story to come on out and check it
This is a short paper I presented as part of my research Project many years ago. It covers the religious, historical, legal and social issues surrounding mercy killing, also known as "Euthanasia".
A poem I wrote about the effects of religion on society as viewed by me.
The violent events from the past have remained imprinted in the places where they happened. Even if ghosts are haunting these places or they are just echoes of those times, a things is certain: really weird things are happening...
The Holy Bible is not a mere book. It is said to be a library. It contains all details for a holy and healthy living. Bible reading can be interesting if we follow certain principles for its reading.
Only remarkable events stay in history. But the birth of a child born in utter poverty and laid in a manger, wrapped in swaddles, divided history into two. It was a unique incident of the whole history.
Jesus Christ, as a boy, played games with other children. The evidences of his playing are quite interesting. As humans we play many games on this global ground.
This is extremely personal to me, in the sense that it was advice written specifically for myself, and thus I doubt many will be able to empathise or even understand :). However, it will provide anyone who's interested with insight about me. I hope someone recognises the D&D reference...