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Free to see myself
I have finally sorted it out / that there is nothing good about me/ Except Him. / I hear His song / In silence I break / unvindicated/ I see Him up there on the hill / With outstretched arms and blood-dripped hands Here comes the embrace. / Ground shook, and icy walls , fortified by scars, / shattered and collapsed / As I collapse in Him. / I lost myself in a puddle of tears and dirt. / He pulled me up and I look into His watery eyes / and found myself. / My reflection in his love-filled eyes. / The only reflection of me that I ever want to see / No mirror of the world can offer a better reflection / And Now, He looks into my eyes, / He will only see, Himself in me.

Word Association
/ Word Collage

I found a site called worditout.com that helps people create word collages. Most of the collages or "word clouds" are in English, but there are some Spanish users that also visit the site. What you do is generate a list of words and copy and paste it to the site's interface, and it creates amazing collages for you. You can choose Spanish words from lists that you have created or select words at random. Some people create the collages with resumes or company profiles. You can actually create a vision statement or a mission statement with your selection of words. You can use it to study for school by developing charts of learning. Another idea you can use to create the collages is the process of word association. You can start with a word and then list words that come up in your mind about each ensuing word. Brainstorm so that all your words will be in Spanish. For example, I started with the word "iglesia" and these are the words I came up with: "sacerdote,... (more)

Travel Tour India
is osteoarthri
tis treatable or can be completely cured?

Osteoarthritis or arthritis is a degenerative condition of major weight bearing joints, categorized under the group of mechanical abnormalities associated with joint degradation, tenderness, stiffness, etc. Symptoms of arthritis may be noted down as joint pain, unusual stiffness, functional locking, etc. Internally, the softer tissues supporting the joints like cartilages as well as ligaments are being degenerated due to overweight and some immunological attributes. When bone surfaces are exposed to each other due to loss of soft tissues; they are associated with more fiction, causing pain. Stem cells have been evidently identified to elicit strong signaling activity, govern secretion of immune regulatory cells and promote regeneration of lost cells for faster healing. There are number of abundant sources, such as bone marrow and adipose tissues; which are underutilized and are supporting the isolation of stem cells outside the body. In this regard, Global Institute of Stem... (more)

Discover CA

Web Scavenger Hunt Lesson Plan Worksheet Image courtesy of: http://geography.mrdonn.org/powerpoints/latitude_longitude.gif Blog or Wiki Address: http://jruttschow.blogdrive.com/ Subject Matter: Social Studies – California: A Changing State Grade Level: Fourth Grade Lesson Objective: Learners will demonstrate understanding of the coordinate grid system, prime meridian, equator, north & south poles and the Earth’s hemispheres. Common Core State Standard and/or Academic Content Standard: State Standard 4.1 requires students are able to: 1) Understand latitude and longitude to identify locations in California and Earth 2) Understand the difference between the North and South Poles, equator, prime meridian, the tropics and the hemispheres as well use coordinates to plot locations. 3) Identify California’s capital. Understand and explain how the different regions’ characteristics and environment of California affect human activity. 4) Identify the... (more)

“Two of the girls shut up in the little dressing-room? And the key missing? Suppose there should be a fire, Miss Olaine?” Mrs. Pangborn had just arrived. She had not even removed her bonnet, only untied its strings. And she sat with her feet on the fender of the open fire place where the gaslog burned in the office. It was a half hour after midnight and Glenwood Hall was supposed to be as silent as the tomb at that time. “I thought of that. It is a trick,” said the dark teacher, hastily, and wringing her hands together in the peculiar way she had. It showed that Miss Olaine was a very nervous person. “How do you mean—a trick?” asked the principal, quietly. “Some person in league with the two girls removed the key, of course. I am sure it was done so as to keep me out while they ate forbidden food.” 62 “But did they not have their supper?” “Bread and milk; quite enough for them.” “And for luncheon? You say they were shut into the room in the... (more)

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