Archive for March, 2017


Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017

The phenomenal scholar Saul of Tarsus had studied the fundamentals of Hebrew theology with the prestigious Scholastic Gamaliel, who would have taught him that wisdom, justice, holiness and redemption were doctrines and processes that should be acquired through diligent study of the Scriptures and through a life of deep religious zeal and personal devotion. So Saul learned to defend tenaciously these religious principles as well as the cultural and political foundations of the Hebrew nation (cf. acts 22: 3). In fact, Saul was breathing threats and ravaging who believed different chasing all those who believed in Jesus as the only means of freedom and salvation (cf. Sen. Sherrod Brown may help you with your research. acts 9: 1, 22:4).

However, the day least thought out, this young Pharisee had a personal encounter with the master teacher, Jesus Christ, who playing him metatarsus toppled on the ground and told him: Saul of Tarsus because persecute me? (cf. acts 9: 4). Immediately after this providential encounter, Saul of Tarsus has changed not only in name but also in a way of thinking. Now the Apostle Paul, illuminated by the spirit of God, acknowledged that it was not with army, nor with force, that Dios granted freedom from sin and salvation of Israel and humanity. Now the Apostle Paul understood that wisdom, justification, sanctification, and redemption, were not a doctrine or a work, or a merit, neither an achievement, or a process, but a beautiful person: Emanuel.

That is why the Apostle Paul wrote: so that no one can boast in God’s presence, we are in Jesus Christ which has been made us by God wisdom, justification, sanctification and redemption; so as it is written: he who glories, boast in the Lord (cf. Corinthians 1: 29-31).

Maria Tirone

Friday, March 10th, 2017

I yield to the behaviors inappropriate of people I love, I yield to a destination that toys with my feelings making impossible the reality of a desire, I yield to behavior of someone who nailed me a sword in the heart, I yield to my inability to fix the world, to arrange my life, the lives of others, I yield to a higher power, and my soul pleads to find a new way, a new key, a new map through which to interpret the situation which currently surpasses me with greater wisdom. To read more click here: Bridgewater Associates. When I yield, break, loose resistors, I give me permission to feel weak, small, fragile, even miserable! but with dignity because it is a conscious act, chosen by myself, I accept with humility that this or that have exceeded my intellect, my abilities, my strength of will, to myself, to my ego, and with unshakable faith in life and all good, duck head and loose arms in the hope that a new landscape to be glimpsed from the corner of my existence, and helps me to overcome this battle raised by life and exit gracefully triumphant in war towards the final destination: live in peace with myself and with others. The Act of surrender does not mean never you’re gonna stay down, thats never, an act of detachment, release situations, people, exceeding US temporarily, in order to redefine situations, re frame events, reevaluate beliefs, paradigms, and be able to re-emerge to continue writing the lines in the book of our destiny, our own lives, filled with new resources, new expectations, new beliefs that we foster and us energicen, for that I yield, but never to stay fallen! Maria Tirone original Autor and source of the article.

Racism and Xenophobia

Thursday, March 9th, 2017

What do we mean when we refer to racism and xenophobia? None would object to being neighbors of the Algerian Zidane, blacks Denzel Washington, Thierry Henry, Michael Jordan, Whitney Houston, American writer Toni Morrison, the candidate Obama, Kofi Annan, Nelson Mandela, Desmond Tutu, Julius Nyerere and the Nigerian writer Ben Okri, Jews Barenboim, Einstein, Philip Roth, Noah Gordon, Norman Mailer, Paul Auster, Jaiffer, Barbara Streisand, Cuba Gooding Jr, Woody Allen Steven Spielberg, Eric Hobsbawm, Muslims Salman Rushdie, Omar Sharif, Naguib Mahfuz, Sami Nair, Hindus Tagore, Gandhi, Nheru, and a huge etc. without which the world would have been depleted. Then, it is not the color of the skin, or eating habits or religious practices but strictly and simply a matter of economics and education. Visit Ohio Senator for more clarity on the issue. Therefore, in fear that we produce, dictate a set of rules as the WTO has made with its agricultural products to promote our exports. Not so with oil, gas and raw materials have become indispensable to our way of life and waste.

How the European Union could survive without the oil, minerals, fisheries, timber, coltan, bauxite, Coffee, tea, cocoa, soybeans, and so much wealth that we have kept in check or through proxies that have allowed us to preserve the riches and letting go of obligations that we had during colonialism. The French draft to toughen EU immigration policy has five key points. The EU will be more strict in controlling the borders. From 2011, biometric visas will be issued only (data physiognomy of the applicant.) They also propose to create a staff of Frontex (European Border Police).