This story had me and my whole family moved to tears! This is so inspirational! Enjoy and share it!
This is better than the little package of peanuts I usually get on a plane ride! People waiting for their flight to take off got a huge surprise in Austalia! Cast members from the Disney Musical "The Lion King" were flying to Sydney and broke out in the tune "The Circle of Life"!
Prank it Forward! That's what the people behind this video are calling it. It's a great example of giving back to an individual that spends most of her time giving and very little time taking. There are many lessons to learn in this video - enjoy it!
Fired. Of course they don’t say that. "We're going in another direction Joe, it's not based on your performance." It still stings. The plain and painful truth is - There’s no job for me on television where there once was. I've been through this before, TV and radio have a reputation of changing directions that sometime throw you from the ride. It's never easy but I'm trying my best to look on the bright side. Truth is, there are some wonderful side effects from losing a job. Here's what I learned from my latest “occupational realignment.”
Punching the Clock ... Getting the most out of time. Lose your job, get more time. It’s like winning the lottery, without all the money and security. Now I will be able to get the yard work done by the end of May, reorganize my closet by the end of June, put all cereal ...
I came across this article and considering all the talk about the movie - this provided a lot of scriptual facts and shows where movie fiction was used. Read this AFTER you see the movie (if you choose to) Otherwise, you won't know half of what the article is referring to!
How Biblically Accurate Is Noah?
By Miriam Krule
Back in February, the Hollywood Reporter documented some of the controversy surrounding Darren Aronofsky’s Noah, which opens Friday. As with any work of art based on the Bible, the studio was concerned that religious viewers would question its faithfulness to its source. But Aronofsky has been clear that he intends for the film to appeal to believers of all faiths as well as nonbelievers. He told the Reporter that he wanted to create “this fantastical world à la Middle-earth that they wouldn’t expect from their grandmother’s Bible school.” After all, the movie is ...