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Judging Others

Matthew 7:1 – Judge not, that ye be not judged.Filed under: Awesome Life Stuff, Judging Others Tagged: blogging, judging others, Matthew 7:1, Pinterest quote...
by Ann - A Friend of Jesus 2013 on Dec 7, 2013

My Jungian Personality Type

Introverted iNtuitive Thinking Judging by Marina Margaret HeissProfile: INTJRevision: 3.1Date of Revision: 17 Oct 2009To outsiders, INTJs may appear to project an aura of "definiteness", of self-confidence. This self-confidence, sometimes mistak...

Tainted Skin

I am a billboard, a sign, a walking story.Each mark, each pattern, a memory of my life.Things that lie close to my heart, I carry forever.With a tear or a smile, the tale can be told.Nothing is forgotten as I grow,Wise from the choices I've made.&nbs...

The NSAC Does it Again at UFC 167

Time and time again the judging of UFC fights by the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) appointed judges comes into question. Some fights are scored worse than others but when a major title is on the line like last Saturday at UFC 167 between ch...
by Sports are Fixed on Nov 23, 2013

Just stop trying to one-up my pain…It never works.

I wrote a post about the struggles of motherhood, those moments when the work becomes too much and we’ve got nothing left and we just want to quit the whole damn gig. Those moments when we’re really, really not “grateful.” And in...
by renegade mothering on Nov 19, 2013

We The People

I wasn't raised to judge or hate someone based on their color, gender, or orientation. But, that doesn't mean that I don't think racism and prejudices don't exist. I don't live under a rock. I live it everyday, not only as a woman, but as a black wom...

Maria Kang, I hate you. But you’re right. And now I hate you more.

So let’s talk about Maria Kang, the “What’s your excuse” flat-abs lady. You’ve probably seen the image that’s firing up the interwebs. If not, it’s this one. Most of the critics are like “She’s shaming fat people!” Or “I’m ove...
by renegade mothering on Oct 17, 2013

Reject Your Inner Hypocrite

  How can you think of saying, ‘Friend, let me help you get rid of that speck in your eye,’ when you can’t see past the log in your own eye? Hypocrite! First get rid of the log in your own eye; then you will see well enough to deal with t...
by Counting My Blessings on Aug 22, 2013

2012 Media Innovation Awards Judging

2012 Media Innovation Awards Judging Image by pamlau.com Jef Combdon, Media Director, Target Marketing and Communications...

Memotong Kuku Kelinci

Pekerjaan memotong kuku kelinci biasanya dialakukan sebulan sekali. Alat yang digunakan biasanya memakai gunting kuku (clipper nail) anjing atau kucing, namun bisa juga memakai gunting kuku manusia. Kelinci yang akan digunting kukunya minta bantuan o...
by gemar kelinci on Jul 13, 2013

The Great Dr. Pepper Grill Off 2013 Edition

On Friday I went to the 97.9 WVOK studios and participated in the 2013 Great Dr Pepper Grill off.  I grilled cheddar and bacon stuffed burgers and smoked pork chops with corn on the cob.  The winner won a brand … Continue reading →...
by Geek Alabama on Jun 21, 2013

A Rant (or Why The Internet Gets on My Nerves).

*Note: Please bear in mind that I use "she" and "her" throughout this post, but these can easily be exchanged with "he" and "him" (except perhaps in the last section).  Men can and do have body image issues.  Though I still think that the m...
by The Absurd Curvy Nerd on Jun 18, 2013

You’re Not in College Anymore: How to Move on in Real Life

This is a guest post by Alicia Lawrence The other night I was struck by a thought: it was Friday night, and instead of being out with my friends at a movie, as I was nearly every Friday night in … Continue reading →The post You’re Not i...
by Glynis J. on Jun 17, 2013

the ancient overgrown pathway to healing: Romans 14

We humans need healing in so many ways, for so many things.  So what if someone were to tell you that you could be healed of all your hurts?  What if they said they could help you connect with other … Continue reading →...
by a chapter a day on May 30, 2013

The Labels We Carry Inside

A hot topic in my circle in the past year has been the issue of labeling genetically modified foods. The argument is simple: people deserve to know what they are ingesting. Recently, I witnessed someone (we'll call Sally)  make an assumption abo...
by The Rising of a Queen on May 27, 2013

Ok...guess I need to just move on.

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by To be Gay in Idaho on May 22, 2013

If...

I told you I had two tickets to Spain, what would you say?
by Xavierism on May 21, 2013

I just liked this

Normally I won't post other peoples stuff on here but I just liked what Ross said:I'm still an evangelical Christian, but one thing is now crystal clear to me. American evangelicals' bad reputation isn't just because of what we believe. It's mostly b...
by To be Gay in Idaho on May 13, 2013

My Facebook Re- coming out Response to Matt Vine's Video on Gay Christians

I went totally public with my re-coming out by asking Facebook friends to watch Matt Vine's video on You Tube about Gay Christians. Then I asked them to comment and I would follow with my response.I unfortunately gave my only hard copy to my one time...
by To be Gay in Idaho on May 13, 2013

Let Them Judge You

A couple of years ago, I had a run in with the neighborhood jerk. A group of neighbors was trying to mobilize against a potential new road that would cut through some properties and lower the value of others. Everyone in the neighborhood was against...
by Debt Free Living Guru on May 3, 2013


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