What do you think about the conditional discharge? Obviously this kid is very traumatized because of bullying, but do you think this condones bringing weapons to school? What type of precedent does this set for future cases?
First off, I didn’t even know that there even was an Iraqi Christian population. Second off, it upsets me to think that any type of people are being persecuted for their religious beliefs. I just want to wish these people all my love and prayers right now- know that God is always with you, even during persecution. God bless.
"Blessed are you when others revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you falsely on my account.Rejoice and be glad, for your reward is great in heaven, for so they persecuted the prophets who were before you.”
"A married father of four who has became the face of Calgary’s anti-racism movement was attacked inside his home early Monday morning, the fifth and most violent incident where the man has been targeted.
Five masked men broke into the duplex belonging to Jason Devine, 30, and his wife Bonnie, 32, around 1 a.m. Mr. Devine and another man were viciously beaten with a bat and a hammer, among other weapons, police say. His guest suffered a broken arm, while Mr. Devine suffered a series of welts and bruises.”
"Earlier this fall, we heard about nutrition expert Mark Haub and his wacky, Twinkie-heavy, weight-loss diet. Now, after 10 weeks of his experiment, the Kansas State University professor has reportedly shed 27 pounds from eating sugary snacks like Hostess cakes, Doritos chips and Oreos.”
“This was the thing. You just never knew. Forever was so many different things. It was always changing, it was what eveything was really all about. It was twenty minutes, or a hundred years, or just this instant, or any instant I wished would last and last. But there was only one truth about forever that really mattered, and that was this; it was happening. Right then, as I ran with Wes into that bright sun, and every moment afterwards. Look, there. Now. Now. Now.”—Sarah Dessen, The Truth About Forever.