In the midst of Sunday’s study article on how we might batten down the hatches yet further on wrong conduct, was this frank statement: ‘We will not be able to do that perfectly.’
No. We will not. Too many beat themselves up trying to do things perfectly. They ought not. Dust yourself off and jump back in the fray anew.
Also from that same study article, considered February 5:
‘For instance, a man tells his boss or fellow workers that he cannot be at work the next day or that he must leave early because he has a “medical” appointment. In fact, his “medical” appointment is merely a brief stop at a pharmacy or a quick visit to the doctor’s office to pay a bill. His real reason for not being at work is so that he can get a head start on a trip or so that he can take his family to the beach. There may have been a grain of truth in his mentioning a “medical” appointment, but would you say that he was being honest? Or was he being deceptive?’
The friends were intrigued over this point and many discussed it at the special Bible study meetings held at individual homes that night. Some were distracted, however, by a football game playing in the background.
Tom Irregardless and Me *** No Fake News but Plenty of Hogwash
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The National Football League is warning its players from eating too much meat in China and Mexico because it could cause a failed drug test.
The NFL said in a memo that some meat produced in China and Mexico could be contaminated with anabolic agent clenbuterol, which is banned by the league’s Performance-Enhancing Substances policy.
“Consuming large quantities of meat while visiting those particular countries may result in a positive test for clenbuterol in violation of the Policy,” the league said.
The memo continued, “Players are warned to be aware of this issue when traveling to Mexico and China. Please take caution if you decide to consume meat, and understand that you do so at your own risk.”
Arizona Cardinals defensive back Patrick Peterson posted the memo on his Twitter account, joking he’s going to have to go vegan while on vacation.
“This can’t be real life!” Peterson tweeted, with the hashtags “SMH (shaking my head)” and “Gotta Go Vegan On Vacation.”
It appears the NFL won’t take pity on players if they fail a test for eating too much meat in these countries.
“Please remember that as stated in the NFL Policy for Performance-Enhancing Substances: ‘Players are responsible for what is in their bodies,’” the memo said.
En un anuncio tan sorprendente como el retiro de Patrick Willis a los 30 años o el de Jake Locker a los 26, el ex linebacker de los Acereros de Pittsburgh, Jason Worilds (27), informó anoche que dejaba el deporte profesional para "perseguir otros intereses".
Horas más tarde de la increíble declaración del jugador egresado de Virginia Tech, el diario estadounidense Post-Gazette asegura que el motivo que orilló a Worilds a tomar la decisión tiene una íntima relación con su afinidad religiosa, es decir, se convertirá en un ayudante más de los testigos de Jehová.
Así es, los integrantes de esta religión son vistos frecuentemente recorriendo calles tocando puertas en busca de nuevos integrantes para su iglesia.
Worilds pasó de vivir el sueño en la NFL y de ser uno de los mejores jugadores disponibles en la agencia libre de este año a convertirse en un miembro más de la Iglesia por la cual tiene afinidad.
Increíble, pero parece que está de moda retirarse prematuramente y el caso de este ex Acerero es una prueba más de ello.
Yea- they are transplanting pig heart valves in humans... why? Because human flesh is closer to that of a pig than that of a monkey!
Ha-ha-ha....no evolution from monkeys...
And from the scientist's statement - the laughter must have developed independently - not in the same branch.... because these birds are separated by millions of years from dinosaurs with no other birds doing this behaviour. To me, this proves that they were created that way!
I suspect that more blood will be spillt by false religion in future and she will be riding the "beast" more intensely.... just speculation..... I am looking at what is going on in the middle east at present with millions of refugees and indiscriminate killing in the name of 'religion'.
I saw a news article today which also shows that Hindu faith becoming more violent and positioning itself in the political arena. It seems that most religions are now becoming "nationalistic" for their religion and becoming firmer in their quest to be "bedfellows" with politics. This will expose them to be a false religion.
At present Buddhists monks are leading followers to kill muslims in Myanmar...... an indication of how far we are in the timeline of the end.