From back in 2019, when Joe Biden released a video announcing his decision to run for president for a third time, the headlines positioned him as the “return to normalcy” candidate. “Joe Biden’s presidency could make America normal again,” screamed The New York Post,.
There are always motivations to do what is wrong in order to gain something. Maybe it’s lying on a resumé to get a job or taking something from someone that doesn’t belong to you just because you wanted it (or needed it).
Too many people today are too willing to go along to get along. Yet it’s true in Matthew 5:9, where the Bible says, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.” And in Romans 12:18, where it says, as much as possible, “Live at peace with everyone.
“Aly told me she was a nutritionist and trainer, and she could get me where I wanted to be (weight-wise) in six months,” Montelepre remembered. “I just kind of looked at her … she looked at me and said, ‘Give me a shot.’ She told me again, ‘Give me a shot.
In addition to headstones, Byrd also restores statues for the Catholic Diocese of Shreveport. Her first restored statue is in front of the Catholic Center on Fairfield Road. The second is in Bishop Malone’s Courtyard. Her third restored statue is St. Lucy for.
I mean, don’t you just feel, sometimes, just physically and emotionally exhausted? Like you just can’t muster up the energy or patience to face the world? Maybe it’s pandemic fatigue, or you’re working exceptionally long hours, or taking on exceedingly heavy workloads.
She was born in a prison town, “black-and-blue and close to death,” as described in her 2001 memoir “The Truth Is …” Her mother went into labor in the middle of the day, and nurses held her legs closed until a doctor arrived. “I was not allowed to enter the world as planned.