Greatest man of your life
The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived by Watch Tower Bible and Tract SocietyI am not a Jehovahs Witness, but I enjoyed this book as an alternative Christian literature to most of the Trinitarian-based literatures about Jesus. Despite some Jehovahs Witness interpretation of certain passages, it brings to life the story of Jesus under the power of his loving and Supreme Father, Jehovah God. I would know that other non-Trinitarians would enjoy reading this book and the illustrations that accompany it on every page.
All in all, it was a wonderful book, and I recommend it to peoples who want to preach Unitarian Christianity, that Jehovah is indeed one God, and that He has a spiritual Son, Jesus Christ.
You Are The Greatest Man I Have Ever Known, And You Deserve To Realize Your Worth
Thanks, Dad, for your sacrifices, loyalty, forgiveness, patience, for your neverending love and support, but most importantly for just being the person you are. Thanks, Dad, for being my very best friend in life. For being the person I can always go to without fear or judgment. Thanks for listening to my problems and trying to fix them by making them your own, for always teaching me a lesson, but still forgiving me after my mistakes without making me feel like less of a person. Thank you for always being a phone call away, and for always making every day a better one by just listening and talking to me. There is no one else in the world I love to hear tell old stories, karaoke in the car with, watch Hee-Haw with, and enjoy staying up until two in the morning with just to talk about life, The Lord, and the good ol' days, more than you.
The song was released in January as the first single from his second album, Misguided Roses. McCain recorded an acoustic version of the song for his follow-up album, Messenger. Its opening melody is played with electric guitar as opposed to acoustic on the album and the vocal and saxophone lines differ. Although "I'll Be" has become a popular wedding song, McCain said "it's really more of a prayer" written in a moment of personal desperation after a break-up, the idea being that "maybe if I write my future, it'll come true. At the height of the song's popularity back in it was featured during a pivotal moment in the first-season finale of the hit WB series, Dawson's Creek , titled "Decisions".
Henry Thoreau Essay
You are one of the very few men I have ever trusted with my heart and you have never made me regret the choice. Sometimes I ponder why is it that you believe I am such a wonder to this world when I smother you with my sensitivity and suffocate you with endless messages and doubts of love.
No continent has escaped the devastating effects as man has, in effect, turned on himself and effected his own destruction. Homes on every street house the ill and dying. Youths struggle to survive and turn ever more to the government for aid and assistance. The cycle repeats itself until the inevitable. One day, society must implode, collapse on itself. The residents of Earth can only hope for. Thoreau based his whole philosophy on the fact that man needed to get rid of material things in order to be an individual.
Do you love it? Or is it still taboo for you to even say those words out loud? Without being vulgar or crass, can you simply utter those words without a flinch? Or do you feel some level of shame and disgust at just the thought of using those words…? We are men after-all.