You are so brave and thank you for telling your story. I have so much respect for you. I hope you take some time to get well. Again thank you so much.
All the best,
By these words our Lord shows, how far love to another should extend, even to the laying down of our lives for the brethren; which is the highest instance of love among men, and in which believers, should not come short of. Also his great love to his people, and explains what he had just said, "as I have loved you", ( John 13:34 ) ( 15:12 ) ; which in a little time would be seen, by his laying down his life for them: for he not only came down from heaven, and laid aside his glory and royal majesty, but he laid down his life. For he also says, if we love him we are to keep his word. So this is where I have been camping out. Keep up the good work Tara.
Thank you so much for your brave, and informed reporting. It could not have been easy going back to that cell. Please keep the updates coming. Politics aside, if their is a way we can help with the humanitarian aid please let us know.
I was born and raised in the Mountains of Colorado and consider myself to be a pioneer by nature. My childhood was filled with exploration. From tracking black bears, and mountain lions, to climbing tall pine trees to read my Calvin & Hobbies comic books. I have never lost my rugged sense of adventure, imagination, and focus and small town community values.
This sense of adventure continued when I was awarded a scholarship to the distinguished American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angles, where I went on to become student body president, and quickly earned the respect and admiration of my teachers and Dean Roger Croucher. This paved the way for my success with L.A. Opera, Warner Brothers, Sony, and the famed Actors Studio.
As I continue to refine my craft as a great American filmmaker, I look forward to obtaining my Masters at the American Film Institute (AFI). As well as incorporating new media concepts into the entertainment industry.
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