Day: June 2, 2012

Archbishop of Canterbury: Queen’s Diamond Jubilee

The Archbishop of Canterbury talks about The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations and the significance of the 60 year reign ‘in which nationally and internationally so much has shifted’. The Archbishop praises Her Majesty’s profound commitment to understanding and working with the flow of the changes that have taken place in society in this time, saying […]

TV, children, and self-esteem

Since the beginnings of television, there have been concerns as to the its affect on children. Does TV lead children to violence? Sexual promiscuity? Brain rot? The results remain mixed, according to research and an article by Cassie Murdoch for Jezebel. But a study shows that TV does indeed have an affect on self-esteem:

A lesson from Proverbs

With patience a ruler may be persuaded, and a soft tongue can break bones. If you have found honey, eat only enough for you, or else, having too much, you will vomit it. Let your foot be seldom in your neighbour’s house, otherwise the neighbour will become weary of you and hate you. Like a […]

Freeing butterflies

Into your hands O Father I give my spirit to you Into your hands O Father I give my spirit to you ~English Translation of the Taizé song, “In manus tuas” It has finally been warm enough in northeast Missouri to put the weekend laundry out on the line on a regular basis, and one […]