Jun 30, 2010

Video: "Obama aims to dismantle state of Israel" - R. Rubinstein

Dr. Rubinstein asserts that Obama supports the destruction of Israel because the creation of this state has been a historical mistake.  If this dismantling should occur, the result will not be Jews and Muslims coexisting in Palestine.  Rather, it will be the annihilation of the Jews because Islam has a built-in opposition adn aversion to Jewish people.  This is in their Koran and carried on as tradition  in their history of conquests.  Consequently, Obama's position is nothing less than paving the way to another Holocaust.  Therefore, it becomes a moral imperative for any person of conscience and goodwill to oppose this as an inherent evil.  Read more at http://www.americanthinker.com/2010/06/why_islam_will_never_accept_th.html

Dr. Richard L. Rubinstein, author of "Jihad and Genocide", Harvard Phd, Yale fellow, "Distinguished Professor of the Year", and Harvard Phd, states that president Obama's intention is to "correct the historical mistake of the creation of the state of Israel." Dr. Rubenstein states that president Obama due to his family heritage is extremely pro Muslim - to the point of "wanting to see the destruction of Israel."
On web at http://divine-ripples.blogspot.com/2010/06/video-obama-aims-to-undo-creation-of.html

Videos: How a family guy rolls. Don't miss the ride bro.

Family life is awesome.  I have 5 children and wouldn't change a thing even if I ever get the chance to do it all over.  Life is short and passes quickly.  Don't let it pass you by because of fear.  The only thing to fear is fear itself.  (at the web http://divine-ripples.blogspot.com/2010/06/videos-how-family-man-rolls-dont-miss.html )

HT http://www.catholicdadsonline.org/

Turning iron into gold.

The devil’s advocate insisted, “When did Don Bosco pray?” St. John Bosco founded religious orders, built churches, established schools, wrote books and fulfilled his priestly duties that there seems to be no time for personal prayer. The defender of his cause replied, “When did Don Bosco not pray?”

The point is that St. John Bosco prayed with every activity. While he focused on the task at hand, he did it as an offering to God. While St. Benedict’s motto was “Work and prayer”, with St. John Bosco it became “Work is prayer.”

One way to do this is to have a pure intention e.g. fulfilling God’s will, working for God’s glory, or saving souls. So, when blogging one thinks not of getting hits but of uplifting the blogosphere.  In so doing, one does not put porn-like images to attract readers.

Another way to transform work is to live in “God’s presence”. While God is always there, we may forget that reality. To constantly remind oneself, one can say a prayer of aspiration like “Jesus meek and humble of heart, make my heart like unto Thine”.

Having a crucifix, holy pictures or Bible passages around also helps. I remember cursing up a storm when my project manager stopped by and made small talk about the icons in my cubicle. If the icons by themselves don’t help, my co-workers will make sure that they do – I guess.

This practice of continued prayer is living the liturgy of life. It is like offering Mass all day long.  It enables us to convert our mundane activities into spiritual treasure, like iron into gold.

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