Relationships in general can be tough some harder than others, and I have had my share of rough relationships, rather it’s a friendship, a love relationship, or just a relationship with a family member. Lets face it relationships are hard and you must have a lot of patience and compassion if your willing to work on any type of relationship to make it better. When do you know it’s time to walk away from a relationship? This is only my perspective on this topic and I can speak on it through my own personal experience in bad relationships. First of all never go into a relationship thinking you need or have to change that person, you only setting yourself up for disaster. A relationship is 50/50 give and take; but if you’re always the giver of the relationship and never the receiver then your relationship is very unstable. When a person genuinely loves you he will not only say it; but he will also show it. If you have to keep nagging or whining to your partner about why you don’t call or come over it’s a clear sign that he has moved on without telling you or he’s just not interested in you anymore. When it gets to this point you have to let it go. Never play second best to anybody when you’re in a relationship if you’re not top priority in his life then you don’t need to be in that relationship with him. Real love is not complicated, it’s only complicated when you’re not content with the one your with. Love, should also be a two-way street not a one-way street. If your intuition is telling you that something is not right in your relationship please listen to your intuition because it will never lie to you. You might not want to be believe what you’re feeling is true; but if all the red flags are there in front of you warning you then it’s up to you to stay in a dead-end relationship or leave and find happiness elsewhere. Regardless of how much you love him sometimes you have to let it go especially if he is not willing to change on his own. In order for a relationship to work two people have to grow together and be consistent in their relationship. You never know what type of relationship you have until it’s been tested. If that person walks out on you or turn their back on you when your down and out then you know in your heart that this person is not for you. Sometimes God can take you through something so he can show you who your true friends really are. He is not only testing you; but he is also testing them. If your crying and your sad 90% of the time in a relationship and the bad out ways the good then you know it’s time to move on from this dead-end relationship. Always put God first in everything you do, I promise, you will never go wrong; let him guide your path and your journey. Once you do this he will lead you towards your destination in life. Life is too short to be miserable all the time, don’t look for someone else to make you happy. Your happiness starts with you and only you can live your life to the fullest.
Hillary Clinton’s record of accomplishments is impeccable. The Trump campaign tried to bash her integrity last night at the Republican Convention, persuading the American people that she is not suitable to be the next president of the free world.
America, don’t believe the hype! I will admit, she is not perfect and she has made some mistakes, but so has Donald Trump. I had a revelation last night after listening to the majority of the speaker’s bashing Hillary, and I’ve come to the conclusion that the majority of Americans is not ready to see a strong woman running this country. I have to admit there are a lot of diverse culture who think a woman is not strong enough to be president. There are some men who are intimidated by strong women and Donald Trump is one of them. The Trump campaign is on a mission to lie about her experience, her qualifications, and her accomplishments, the lies that they tell the American people and the bias propaganda they furnish to the media is preposterous. Let her accomplishments speak for themselves.
- First ever student commencement speaker at Wellesley College.
•President of the Wellesley Young Republicans
•Intern at the House Republican Conference
•Distinguished graduate of Yale Law School
•Editorial board of the Yale Review of Law and Social Action
•Appointed to Senator Walter Mondale’s Subcommittee on Migratory Labor.
•Co-founded Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families
•Staff attorney for Children’s Defense Fund
•Faculty member in the School of Law at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
•Former Director of the Arkansas Legal Aid Clinic.
•First female chair of the Legal Services Corporation
•First female partner at Rose Law Firm.
•Former civil litigation attorney.
•Former Law Professor at the University of Arkansas School of Law.
•twice listed by The National Law Journal as one of the hundred most influential lawyers in America
•Former First Lady of Arkansas.
•Arkansas Woman of the Year in 1983
•Chair of the American Bar Association’s Commission on Women in the Profession
•twice named by the National Law Journal as one of the 100 most influential lawyers in America
•created Arkansas’s Home Instruction Program for Preschool Youth
•led a task force that reformed Arkansas’s education system
•Board of directors of Wal-Mart and several other corporations
•Instrumental in passage of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program
•Promoted nationwide immunization against childhood illnesses
•Successfully sought to increase research funding for prostate cancer and childhood asthma at the National Institutes of Health
•Worked to investigate reports of an illness that affected veterans of the Gulf War (now recognized as Gulf War Syndrome)
•Helped create the Office on Violence Against Women at the Department of Justice
•Initiated and shepherded the Adoption and Safe Families Act
•First FLOTUS in US History to hold a postgraduate degree
•Traveled to 79 countries during time as FLOTUS
•Helped create Vital Voices, an international initiative to promote the participation of women in the political processes of their countries.
•Served on five Senate committees:
committee on Budget (2001–2002)
committee on Armed Services (2003–2009)
committee on Environment and Public Works (2001–2009)
committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (2001–2009)
special Committee on Aging.
•Member of the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe
•Instrumental in securing $21 billion in funding for the World Trade Center site’s redevelopment
•Leading role in investigating the health issues faced by 9/11 first responders.
•In the aftermath of September 11th, she worked closely with her senior Senate counterpart from New York, Sen. Charles Schumer, on securing $21.4 billion in funding for the World Trade Center redevelopment.
• Middle East ceasefire. In November 2012, Secretary of State Clinton brokered a ceasefire deal between Israel and Hamas.
•Introduced the Family Entertainment Protection Act, intended to protect children from inappropriate content found in video games.
•First ex-FLOTUS in US History to be elected to the United States Senate (and re-elected)
•Two-term New York Senator
-(senate stats here: https://www.govtrack.us/…)
-(voting record here: http://votesmart.org/…)
•Former US Secretary of State
•GRAMMY Award Winner
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Now compare Donald Trump’s list of (click.. accomplishments : None dealing with the American People and this is who you want to vote for?
The Trump campaign is in full throttle seeking to destroy Hillary’s image because they know she will be the first woman to make history as being the first president of the United States of America. As a conservative democrat myself, she has my vote and I pray that the rest of America will open their eyes and vote Hillary Clinton to be the next president for America.
Trump is only for the rich. He is not for the hard working class people who makes America what it is today. He thinks minorities are beneath him. He uses uneducated people of all color to work in his casino’s, hotels, business as maids, housekeepers, bus boys, waitress, dishwashers, floor cleaners, drivers, etc. Trump only goal right now is to become the next president of the United States of America and he will say anything to get there. He is targeting uneducated white people with the same bias, pompous attitude as himself. Don’t listen to the hype. Ask yourself, When have you ever seen Trump socialize with minorities other then now? He wants your votes. Don’t be blind to his persuasion. This man never cared about the American People he only wants what he can get out of the American People. He wants your vote. Trump is now and forever will be for people like him the wealthy. He has silent lenders who is backing him up and making sure he wins this election. He don’t realize it’s conservative people like me in America who will stop at nothing to make sure he will never sit in the oval office because he is not for the American People. Trump has no compassion for the working class. He will never know what it feels like to walk in a poor man shoes.
Subject: urgent prayer request for Iraq
(I just received this email, prayed over it and had to send it out. Brad)
Just a few minutes ago I received the following text message on my phone from Sean Malone who leads Crisis Relief International (CRI). We then spoke briefly on the phone and I assured him that we would share this urgent prayer need with all of our contacts.
“We lost the city of Queragosh (Qaraqosh). It fell to ISIS and they are beheading children systematically. This is the city we have been smuggling food too. ISIS has pushed back Peshmerga (Kurdish forces) and is within 10 minutes of where our CRI team is working. Thousands more fled into the city of Erbil last night. The UN evacuated it’s staff in Erbil. Our team is unmoved and will stay. Prayer cover needed!”
Please pray sincerely for the deliverance of the people of Northern Iraq from the terrible advancement of ISIS and its extreme Islamic goals for mass conversion or death for Christians across this region.
May I plead with you not to ignore this email. Do not forward it before you have prayed through it. Then send it to as many people as possible.
Send it to friends and Christians you may know. Send it to your prayer group. Send it to your pastor and phone him/her to pray on Sunday during the service – making a special time of prayer for this. We need to stand in the gap for our fellow Christians.
“And what does the Lord require of you?
To act justly and to love mercifully and to walk humbly with your God.” -Micah 6:8
Michael Brown, this 18 year old boy, “not man,” who was jay walking across the street with his friend was stop by this police officer not because he just stole cigars from a store, but because he was target for jay walking across the street. A real officer would not stop him for something so petty unless he was racial profiling him. Zimmerman did the same thing to Trayvon Martin and he was not even a real cop. This kid who just graduated from high school was shot four times in the arm running from the police. When he stopped, turned around, and raised both hands in the air to surrender, he was then shot two times in the forehead. This young black kid, “not man” was executed in broad daylight by a white police officer, a person of authority, who supposes to protect all citizens, no matter their race or creed. It troubles me how they protected this police officer since day one by not showing his picture, at first they didn’t give his name, and they have yet to press charges. It’s just sad, I pray to God that they will bring him to justice because what he did is inhuman and it’s injustice. The question is, “What did this 18 year old boy do to deserve to be shot four times in the arm and twice in the head after he surrender to the cop?” He didn’t have a weapon on him. Think about this America, “This could have been your child.”
One might ask, “What is Common Courtesy?” Lets start with the word Common that
means: belonging to or shared by two or more people or groups. It also means: done by
many people: occurring or appearing frequently: not rare, stated by the Webster
Dictionary. Now lets take a look at the word Courtesy: polite behavior that shows respect
for other people: something that you do because it is polite, kind: something that you say
to be polite especially when you meet someone, stated by the Webster Dictionary. When
you put these two words together it can mean lots of things like being considerate to
others, about others, excellence of manners or social conduct.
There are so many people who don’t practice common courtesy especially in the work
place. I’m sure we all have come across this problem maybe with a colleague, a
supervisor, or a manager, but it happens a lot. Common Courtesy is also a two-way street,
you have to give and show respect to receive it. Do you use words like “thank
you,” “hello,” or “good morning?” In a professional setting we all need to practice and
show common courtesy to everyone we come in contact with.
We live in a world with so much technology and everybody looks like their running a
race, and life is the finish line. There are some who just don’t use common courtesy.
They will tell you their attitude is bad, it’s just who they are, and they should not have to
change for anybody. Many will argue, just because this is “who you are” does not make it
right. As a child not all was taught mannerism, and it’s also an etiquette that is not
too late to learn, no matter how old you are. Here are ten examples of common courtesy.
2.) You’re Welcome
3.) Thank you
4.) May I
5.) Excuse Me
6.) I’m Sorry
7.) Be Polite
8.) Do not interrupt when someone is speaking.
9.) Chew with your mouth closed
10.) Please offer a seat to someone who needs it more than you do.
Being courteous to others is not only respectful, but it’s a reflection of your
character. Now that you’ve learned what Common Courtesy is, try using it
more often. Apply these ten golden rules to your day, and see what type of response you will receive.
Reference: “Common.” Merriam-Webster.com. Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 2 Mar. 2014. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/common
“Courtesy.” Merriam-Webster.com. Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 2 Mar. 2014. <http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/courtesy>.
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