• June 25, 2022

10 essential things to do when you visit Armenia

Armenia is a land of both the old and the new. As the first Christian country in Europe and after more than 600 years of slavery to foreign powers, it is indeed one of the most exciting places to be, as well as being one of the historically richest countries in Europe. So if you…

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Memories of the wonderful world of Shell golf

Televised golf has had many great moments over the years, but in my opinion none better than that extraordinary production, Shell’s The Wonderful World of Golf. The show didn’t invent the format, but it certainly raised the focus to a new standard of excellence. In the early days of television, All Star Golf was an…

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Discussion of Rule 106 under the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure

Rule 106 of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure covers the acceptable methods by which legal papers may be served on a party to a lawsuit. Unless the court directs otherwise, the documents may be served on the defendant in person or sent by certified mail, return receipt requested. A true copy of the Petition…

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Bahamas – Choose it for your next vacation

Have you ever dreamed of a vacation in a faraway and exotic place, well, if the answer is yes, then you should definitely read on. One place that can become a truly exotic and wonderful vacation destination is the Bahamas. The Bahamas is an independent, English-speaking country located on the Atlantic Ocean in a location…

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The best romantic hotels around the world

When you’re on a romantic vacation, finding the perfect hotel is a must, and if you’re not on a budget, the chances of landing a perfect hotel are much higher than usual. For many people, the honeymoon is the one time when they consider luxury over budget and want to have the perfect itinerary designed…

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Amsterdam and its affection for the Jewish community

Amsterdam played an important role in World War II, a fact that is forgotten as it has been more than 50 years since we had a World War. As a visitor staying in Amsterdam hotels, to really get a feel for the Dutch, you should spend some time learning about the Jewish populations in Amsterdam.…

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Don’t invite bacteria on vacation

The holidays are a time to entertain guests with food and the holiday is one, but if you don’t store, prepare and cook your food correctly, you can end up with an unwanted guest: bacteria. Improper food handling can cause your food to become a huge host of bacteria that can cause food poisoning and…

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A Christian Perspective on Kinesiology

Having worked in the field of traditional and alternative health since the early 1970’s, I have seen many things that I actually saw the benefits of and things that I questioned the value of. However, nothing has impacted my own health or helping others with their nutritional needs as much as Applied Kinesiology. I first…

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Cultural Factors That Might Affect Autism Eligibility

There are many cultural factors that could affect whether a child has retardation, autism, or possibly another condition. These cultural factors can be things like a family custom, a second language problem, or a cultural difference that can affect how a child presents himself or herself to an educational team. A good example of this…

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My husband says things to hurt me, how do I handle this?

I often hear from people who are having various troublesome issues within their marriage. A relatively common issue is when one spouse gets into the habit of hurling hurtful comments or words so often that it almost becomes a habit. This can very negatively affect your marriage and compromise the way your spouse thinks about…

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