If you stay focused on your dreams and your goal, you will to busy to worry about what others are doing. . by @etthehiphoppreacher via @PhotoRepost_app #Grind #motivation #hardwork #focus #dedication (at CrossFit 3816)
Thanks Revisionpath.com #interview #tech
This guy built one of the West African’s first iPhone Apps and he is based on Accra, Ghana, so Check out this interview about his life . Also he is a Dean at a local entrepreneurship institute, and lastly he is a man of great Christian faith. Whew!!
Even Christians need a good laugh!!
July 25, 2014
Therefore we ought to give the more earnest heed to the things which we have heard, lest at any time we should let them slip. Hebrews 2:1
Don’t Let Your Faith Slip by Kenneth Copeland
Something very serious has been happening to the Body of Christ. We’ve often let the things which…
"A new study shows that men are threatened by confident women taking pictures of themselves, and call these women stupid, socially inept, and ugly. In other news, the world is round, the sky is blue, and the patriarchy is still shitty."
Guess what though, that study only had women and teen girls as their subject pool. So it’s women who are hating on women for posting sexy selfies. Good job assuming it’s men though.
I don’t post selfies…. I must be the most attractive woman on the internet.
SD Comic Con 2014! Avengers 2 Age of Ultron. Theme: Mankind is too reliant on machines
Do you have situations such as unexpected company or family that comes over and you find yourself in a unexpected circumstance of not being able to serve them a cold beverage, especially on a hot summer day. Cooling sodas, beer or wine in the freezer is one way but not the most efficient,
"Being A Dad Means Becoming Heroic." That’s my favorite, and the very first entry, in one of those 1001 Things It Means To Be A Dad books. The words Dad and Hero kind of go together in my eyes. I was just plain old me prior to having a child, but after I seemed to discover my fearless and tenacious qualities. Things were new again and I was able to discover the world, as it always had been, but through my eyes as a Dad.
When I first became a father I had never held a baby (I refused, politely of course, to hold other people’s children until I held my own - - - my weird unspoken rule), I had never changed a baby, and I had certainly never been left as one of the primary caregivers for a baby. My child started out as Kryptonite and has ended up as my savior. He gives me the opportunity to be a kid again, to be giddy at the fact HE got a Superman cape, SO NOW I CAN GET MINE OUT, TOO! Yes, that is, in fact, the Superman cape from my childhood. Complete with tattered ends that would flutter along my bicycle tire as I rode around the neighborhood. Looking back, that probably was not a good idea, but it sure felt cool.
Even though I love the opening statement to this post, I don’t agree with it completely. I did not become heroic, rather I was able to activate my already existent heroic qualities without fear of ridicule or isolation. I was able to be soft and gentle and understand what it means to cry out of pure and absolute love for another living being. I was joining the League of Many Men before me as I stepped up the plate and became Dad. I’ll protect my little sidekick to the end’s of this Earth and every galaxy in between.
Noah, The Rambling Ark
This is what being a Dad feels like