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Samantha Moore Valentine
A Force To Be Reckoned With Educational Catalyst For Change. “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not.” Dr. Seuss
A Force To Be Reckoned With Educational Catalyst For Change. “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not.” Dr. Seuss

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Memorial of Jesus’ Death!!

You are warmly invited to meet with us to observe the anniversary of Jesus’ death. Find a meeting location near you.

Find a Location Near You.  Local Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses
You Are Invited

On the night before he died, Jesus instructed his disciples to commemorate the sacrifice that he was about to make. He told them: “Keep doing this in remembrance of me.”—Luke 22:19.

In 2014, the anniversary of Jesus’ death falls on Monday, April 14, after sundown. Jehovah’s Witnesses invite you, your family, and your friends to come on that date to listen to a brief talk explaining why Jesus’ death is so important.

This free event will take place at a location near you.
How does Jesus’ death benefit us?
When God created humans, he intended for them to live forever on earth without ever suffering sickness or death. However, the first man, Adam, disobeyed the Creator and lost the prospect of living forever. As descendants of Adam, we inherited death from him. (Romans 5:8, 12; 6:23) The true God, Jehovah, sent his Son, Jesus, to the earth to die and redeem what Adam had lost.—Read John 3:16.

Jesus died to make everlasting life possible for mankind. How would you picture life without end on earth?
Jesus’ death makes forgiveness of our sins and life without end possible for us. The Bible gives us a picture of what life on earth will be like when we are no longer afflicted by aging, disease, and death.—Read Isaiah 25:8; 33:24; Revelation 21:4, 5.

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A mission to send astronauts on a mission to fly by Mars and Venus offers an alternative to NASA's human space exploration plans.

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This is flippin' awesome. Give a child the tools and great things will come. (sorry for the pun)

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17 Equations That Changed the World

This is Ian Stewart's list, from his book by the same name.

What are some other choices?  I would nominate the quadratic equation, A =pi r², and Google page rank.


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Your 20s compose undoubtedly the most pivotal time in your life. While there are plenty of temptations and distractions, the decisions you make here are truly what dictate your future, as the weak fail and only the strong survive.

Do you have what it takes to become a monumental success? Or will you live out a life of mediocrity? The choice is up to you. While many think they have all the answers and the keys to success, we have seen those people make the same pitfalls too many times before.

This is the time for you to hustle, scrap and fight for the life that you want for yourself. You manifest your own destiny during these crucial years.

Every move you make is a test. Don’t f*ck it up. These are the 20 Mistakes You Don’t Want To Make In Your 20s.

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