"Do not rebuke a scoffer, lest he hate you. Rebuke a wise man, and he will love you." (Proverbs 9:8)
A wise person is someone who continuously wants to grow. He appreciates when you point out what he is doing wrong. His goal is self-improvement, and he welcomes every opportunity to become a better person.
Be wise. Be open to suggestions on how you can improve. Thank the person who gives you positive suggestions… even if it's not worded in the best the way.
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New music video featuring incredible footage of the Holy Land!
The heart-stirring song talks about how God tells Abraham to go walk the land, for soon it will be his. For a song discussing the Land of Israel, Baruch wanted to team up with an Israeli singer who could put deep and heartfelt emotion to his composition and its accompanying words. He found that in the multi-talented Yonatan Razel. The blend of their combined voices will leave you uplifted and inspired!
"Peace, Peace, But There Is No Peace.
Here is my latest published article titled, "Peace, Peace, But There Is No Peace."
There is a lot evil in this world. But the greatest evil of them all is the failure to recognize difference between what is good and what is evil. Prager's powerful speech reveals some of the greatest moral hypocrisies this world has ever seen.
John Casey was a top expert at NASA for years before he discovered that global warming s a scam, the world is headed into a 30-year cycle of severe cold and the PTB have us preparing for the wrong climate crisis.
Telephone wires in New York, 1887
Hanging of a stagecoach robber in Texas, c. 1890-1900
Chinatown Squad of the San Francisco Police Department posing with sledge hammers and axes in front of August Pistolesi's grocery store at 752 Washington Street, 1895. They were specialized in opium dens and gambling rooms and their method was simple.
Workers lay bricks to pave 28th Street in Manhattan, 1930
Coney Island, NY, 1940
Elvis Presley joins the Army, 1958
Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev eating a hot dog in Des Moines, Iowa, on which he commented "It's excellent… we make good sausages but yours are better", 1959
Minoru Yamasaki (right) posing with a model of the World Trade Center he designed, 1964
Portrait of hockey goalie Terry Sawchuk before face masks became standard in 1966
In 1967, challenging the all-male tradition of the Boston Marathon, Kathrine Switzer, at the time a headstrong 20-year-old junior at Syracuse University, entered the race. Two miles in, a race official tried to physically remove her from the competition.
Arnold Schwarzenegger on his first time in New York, 1968
New York City sidewalks filled with trash during the 1968 strike of sanitation workers.
US President Richard Nixon jumps down from the trunk of a limousine which carried him and Pakistani President Yahya Khan (left, background) in a motorcade to Government House after Nixon's arrival in Lahore on August 1, 1969
Children play a game on the Xerox Alto, one of the first personal computers with a graphic user interface, 1973. Its monitor was switchable between portrait and landscape mode.
Statue of Liberty as seen from Jersey City, 1963
President Carter with engineers and solar panels newly installed on the White House, 1979. President Reagan had them removed in 1986, to be reinstalled by President Obama in 2010
Barack Obama posing with a group of friends that called themselves the Choom Gang, Hawaii, c. 1979. Choom was slang for smoking marijuana.
Robin Williams joins the stunning women of the Denver Broncos' Pony Express as pro football's first male cheerleader and prances before 70,000 cheering fans in Denver's Mile High Stadium
Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan posing with clay soldiers at the Mausoleum of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, 1984
John Travolta takes Princess Diana for a dance in the White House,