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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. In 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 […]

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 […]

Preservation of First Amendment Rights

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First Amendment gives the people of America the right to petition our government to redress a grievance and to assemble and gather peacefully. When our current vehicles that support our voice and accountability measures are removed by distrust – the media & intelligence agencies – while the elected officials who are to be representatives of […]

Banning Abortion is Unconstitutional

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Fourteenth Amendment of U.S. Constitution literary analysis The Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution states, “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the […]

U.S. Government Would Work Better If There Were No Politicians

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The U.S. Government Would Work Better If There Were No Politicians   Listen to the blog narration No time to read? Click on the headset to listen to our CEO narrate this blog. Growing up Conservative Baptist I remember taking a moral stance in arguments where I would argue for an absolute truth about a […]

Manbaby Fad is Now Outdated

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Manbaby Fad Peaked Last Year; Now It Is Just Annoying Manbaby Fad: alpha male gorilla grunting, whining, and stamping the feet while punching the chest and grunting. Ushered in by Reality TV As common with all trend cycles, once a fad becomes something that everyone starts doing it is well out the door. The Manbaby Fad […]

Humanity or Vanity?

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Humanity or Vanity? The parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector (Luke 18:9-14) presents two extremes of society’s hierarchal scale of judgment. One one end is the Pharisee, a man lifted up by others as a righteous man who follows in God’s laws and passed on traditions from one generation to the next. On […]

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