Why is religion really so popular historically speaking, is it really just a way to appeal for the masses or is there really certain people who just know something others dont?
From a Sociological stand point it stands to reason that people are drawn to the mystery of the unknown. However perhaps the idea of god isnt the bearded man but just belief in something.
1930: Rare footage of Helen Keller speaking with the help of Anne Sullivan.http://www.wimp.com/helenkeller/ 1930: Rare footage of Helen Keller speaking with the help of Anne Sullivan.
Thank grapefruits for Annie Sullivan, though I am sure Helen would have found another way.
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A huge welcome to hopefully a new series following these hilarious guys. Celebrity impressionists Jim Meskimen and Ross Marquand are extremely talented, but they want to give it all up and stop doing impressions to be taken seriously as dramatic actors... It doesn't go so well. It seriously questions their integrity.
(Read this in a Morgan Freeman voice) What does integrity mean to you?
I was born and raised in a pretty small town in Georgia. Neither of my parents were raised here and didn't have strong "southern roots". Most of the people I know do and are so proud of being "country" or "redneck" and I've never been that person. Luckily, I do have a few friends that aren't that way but I feel like I've missed out on meeting so many people I'd …
Does it devalue the morals, deities, or followers of any given religion or course of faith to embrace more than one?
Why do we limit ourself to one walk of holiness in order to elevate or devalue the different faiths we encounter? Is there one RIGHT faith, God, or afterlife?
When was the last time you willingly failed to perform in accordance with your highest/noblest ideal? When you failed to be spiritual/righteous (thus, failed to be "praiseworthy") - when your behavior (or lack of behavior) was disgraceful?
You do not need to detail it if it is "unbecoming", but it is a very good thing to consider: we try to put on a good face (wickedly …