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Snapshot of U.S. Law

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No laws stop crime. They are not magical. They do not physcially restrain anyone from doing anything. The only control we truly have is over our own actions. When we make sure everyone is acting rationally and with respect then it will make those who choose to ignore the laws stand out more. That’s why […]

Conversations with Gun Owners

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Purpose:To explore the neurological consequences of firearms to see if they show themselves in a day-to-day engagement: god-complex, increased aggression, seeing firearm as the problem solver, decrease of human value, paranoia, and addiction. 1. In all the conversations, each participant had an inherent distrust for our U.S. government. A belief that our government would act […]

Choose to Do

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Choose to Do The roots of a vegetable are not pretty or glamourous. They do not take top billing in a vegetable advertisement. They are not the thing to showcase when wanting to attract buyers to the food. Yet, below the ground the roots become the most important part of the plant. They are the […]

Appreciating the Roots

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Appreciating the Roots The roots of a vegetable are not pretty or glamourous. They do not take top billing in a vegetable advertisement. They are not the thing to showcase when wanting to attract buyers to the food. Yet, below the ground the roots become the most important part of the plant. They are the […]

Living in this World

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You live in this world, and the world does not revolve around you. “I do everything mommy tells me not to do because I’m two” was the theme song I used to sing to my two- year-old a lot. Exhibiting the typical behavior of a two-year-old in testing the boundaries only a little and never […]

Neuroscience of Costume Design

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Where Theatre is the science of humanity, (see “Hidden Lessons of Theatre“), Costume Design is the neuroscience of it. Scientifically speaking, it is the study of the physiological response of the brain to a stimulus in a controlled environment of experimentation. In layman’s terms that relate specifically to the Costume Designer, it is playing with […]

Case for the People – 14th Amendment U.S. Constitution

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“ALL persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and to the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens in the United States; nor shall any State deprive any […]

The Christ Argument for Helping the Hurt Stranger

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Why were Samaritans the example Christ used to show who we are to love in his really big LOVE law? Looking for the answer to this question, I learned that Samaritans came from Assyria. This is the article I refer to that explains where the Samaritans originated from. This past Sunday in church, I learned […]

Fair Market Value on Donated Time

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Increase the efficiencies of communities by giving a fair market value to donated time. When comparing the the two values of time vs money, time is more valuable. It can never be given back and once it is spent that time is gone forever. Yet time is often treated as if it were an abundant […]

When No One Shows Up

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Have you ever felt like the man in the story Jesus told who threw a dinner party for his friends but no one showed up? Instead, each friend had an excuse why they could not come or did not want to come.  The excuses seemed important to that person, two had bought something that needed […]

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