Monday, May 2

The Actor Who Played Jesus in The Passion of the Christ Film

Published on Mar 25, 2016

The Actor Who Played Jesus.
 "The Passion of the Christ Film"

Amazing testimony and words of Jim Caviezel, the actor who played Jesus in The Passion of the Christ film, which is the highest grossing R-rated film in history (and rightly so) just like the Holy Bible is the world’s best-selling book (and rightly so). Jim Caviezel is being interviewed by Dave Cooper.This interview is highly inspiring.

He talks about how God's
Providence allowed him to suffer several very painful injuries and illnesses when filming which allowed him to participate in and portray Christ's Passion in a deep and real way. He tells about the shocking fact that he was struck by lightning at one point in the production. He gives advice to all Catholics about the seriousness of living the Faith, not trying to "fit in" with our neo-pagan society, and the necessity, joy, and honor of suffering for Jesus Crucified for the salvation of souls.

His testimony is amazing and real.

These YouTube Library VideosI find help me put together
A Story with another Framing
About Christ.


Rupert Sheldrake, Phd

Published on Jun 25, 2015

Richard talks to Rupert Sheldrake,
A Cambridge biologist
who has
Fascinating theories about the mind.

These YouTube Library Videos
I find help me put together
A Story with another Framing
Approach to the same Idea of the 'Mind'
I admire both Men Above.

Fair Street Fight - HandShake and other Types of Fights

Fair Street Fight - HandShake
Published on Dec 30, 2014.

Published on Dec 30, 2014

These Guys Showed Respect to Each Other and Maturity.

Robert's Rules of Order - Summary Version

For Fair and Orderly Meetings & Conventions

Provides common rules and procedures for deliberation and debate in order to place the whole membership on the same footing and speaking the same language.
The conduct of ALL business is controlled by the general will of the whole membership - the right of the deliberate majority to decide.

Complementary is the right of at least a strong minority to require the majority to be deliberate - to act according to its considered judgment AFTER a full and fair "working through" of the issues involved.
Robert's Rules provides for constructive and democratic meetings, to help, not hinder, the business of the assembly.

Under no circumstances should "undue strictness" be allowed to intimidate members or limit full participation.

The fundamental right of deliberative assemblies require all questions to be thoroughly discussed before taking action!

The assembly rules - they have the final say on everything! Silence means consent!

Admonition (or "being admonished") is a punishment under Scots law when an offender has been found guilty but is neither imprisoned nor fined but receives verbal discipline and is afterwards set free; the conviction is still recorded. This disposition is comparable to an absolute discharge in jurisdictions where an absolute discharge involves the recording of a conviction (i.e., where the "discharge" is from punishment only) but stands in contrast to an absolute discharge in jurisdictions in which an absolute discharge does not involve the recording of a conviction (i.e., where the "discharge" is from conviction as well).
It is usually the result of either the strict application of law where no real wrong has been caused or where other circumstances (e.g. time already spent in custody or attending court) make further punishment unjust in the circumstances specific to the case involved.