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Muslim Teenagers
Sadiq Gill:
Christian Jihad

By Bob FaulknerJust got back from the street. That special street in Chicago's Albany Park neighborhood. It's Friday. The Muslim holy day. That means Muslims will be visiting their mosques in my "hood." I've counted four now, maybe five. I am convinced there are more Muslims meeting in Albany Park than Christians at this point. Their people are dedicated, vibrant, assured. They walk in comfort and freedom, unlike what I would experience in any of their home countries.I would not be surprised to see Albany Park become the next Dearborn, Michigan. Been there? There is a street, and I've forgotten its name at present, but I was there... a street that for miles is lined with Muslim mosques and businesses. A total take-over.The world has known many take-overs. I think right away of how Romanism comes into an area, meek and mild as a lamb at first, then growing in confidence as it grows in numbers. Having babies. Making converts. Flying in members. Before... (more)

The Common Ills
Iraq snapshot
Iraq snapshotMonday, June 1, 2015. Chaos and violence continue, the refugee crises continues, Haider al-Abadi scapegoats others for his failures, US Secretary of State John Kerry breaks a leg (which may be good news for the conference on how to neutralize the Islamic State), and much more. In the biggest news out of Iraq today, Alsumaria reports that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi went on state TV today to criticize the international coalition for its failure -- its failure -- to keep foreign fighters out of Iraq. Don't you hate when that happens? When other countries won't protect your country? Shouldn't you be able to just sit on your lazy all day and let other countries fight your battles for you? Well shouldn't you? Ingratitude. Haider was installed by US President Barack Obama. He's the latest US puppet. And what a whiny little puppet he is. He's been put in charge of one of the richest countries in the region and all he can do is Bitch, Moan and Whine. He can't... (more)

Dumb Guy Speaks
Rantings
I cannot hate you. I love you too much for that. I hate myself for getting so addicted to you. When I cited family pressure, you called me insincere, coward and hypocritical. Is leaving me for your family a sign of hypocrisy or a sign of better understanding of my position then? A little context would have helped. It is half a year and I am still trying to figure out whether you moved away or you moved on.. "I cannot love anybody anymore. I cannot marry anyone nor have children ever." I was too stupid to realise that the above assertions can easily be erased by saying "I have changed now." Poor Bhishma pitamah and his land of Bharat. You have been slowly cutting me off from your life. I made it easy for you. I blocked all platforms of communication now - including this one. Kitni shiddat se tumhe paane ki koshish ki hai. Ki har zarre ne mujhe tumse milane ki saazish ki hai.. Kehte hain agar kisi cheez ko agar dil se chaho to saari kayanath tumhe usse milane ki koshish me... (more)

Daily Devotion
Why Do The Wicked Prosper
Date: Monday, June 01, 2015 Chapters: Job 20-23 Message Title: Why Do The Wicked Prosper Hello My Friend, Faithful Christians love living their lives with Christ in it, no matter what they are facing, they still do their best to walk with Jesus and live their lives by His example. So, what happens when we keep doing everything right, but seem to always suffer while others, even unfaithful Christians, seem to get away with everything. There comes a time that every faithful Christian wonders why it seems as though those living in sin prosper when they have to work so hard to get a fraction of what they have. When it seems God will never give us a break from all the suffering, that is when we need to remember God's promise. “Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree... (more)

abby
Reflections
Here and There

It comes out as a jolt, that suddenly makes everything appear as it really is. The beautiful veil of daydream and imagination dissipates in a snap. It is so difficult to have no clear goal in mind, you end up traversing or rather tiptoeing on so many different possible paths to no avail and then you end up feeling more lost than when you first came and then hurt as if life owed you and took something you think you should have when you clearly do not. Life does not ever owe anyone anything.. But I believe I owe it to myself to go beyond the hurt and see life as a mirror, a reflective presence of quality and essence of being rather than a world of favors and favorites. I need to stop the comparison and the feeling that I am owed anything in this life. I would like to just focus on this minute in which I am in, and then be grateful for it. That I get to think and reflect, that I get to have a chance to choose to live a better life, to be a better person who finally decides to... (more)




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