Tag Archives: Family and religion

Public School vs. Home-Schooling

Most Americans do not home-school their children. However, those who do, certainly have good reasons. Although there are advocates on both sides of this educational issue, it is important to understand why some parents choose to home-school their children. 1)Religious or Philosophical Convictions: Since religion is no longer permitted in the public school system, many […]

Free Rosaries

It’s almost always true that the rosary you are using didn’t cost you anything and is bound to have more emotional value than financial liability. This is because they are gift that are given out on every occasion possible. You can get free rosaries at your church itself. If you feel the need for one, […]

The Travel Circuits of India that You Shouldnt Miss

Traveling to a foreign country allows you to explore new things, new surroundings, and new people. You will be able to experience many things that can last a lifetime. When you travel to a place like India, you will only take home happy memories that you can share with your friends and family. That’s why […]

You Can Make Your Dream Wedding Happen With These Simple Tips

A worldwide event that many people take part in is a wedding. People in different countries practice the concept of a wedding ceremony, no matter their culture, religion, or income. If you wish to have a wedding, pay close attention to the tips in this article, as they may be of use to you. Whenever […]

Meet the Israelis

They speak Hebrew which is a peculiar, throaty language that takes ages to learn. Once you take hold of of basic communication you’ll find out that they typically only talk about money and food anyway. Although they can appear rude, at heart they’re very kind and friendly. Israelis are tribal so if you’re on the […]

Non-Denominational Or Mixed Religion Weddings, How To Make It Happen…

Couples of mixed religions or who come from families that do not have a strong religious background may choose to have either a non-denominational wedding or a wedding that blends two separate religions. This can be tricky however because many religions may not honor or recognize a wedding unless it is performed according to their […]

Persuasion Through Isolation

Last year I saw a documentary about the cult leader Jim Jones called “Jonestown: The Life And Death of People’s Temple”. It is the history of the murder/”suicide” of 913 members of the People’s Temple in Guyana through photos, clips, recordings and interviews of surviving members. The Reverend Jim Jones was a master at getting […]

Family Motivation: The Glue That Holds Families Together

As many people know from experience, the family unit can be a strong source of stability, security, and happiness. It can nurture support, love, and togetherness. However, when things go wrong within this unit, it can become the opposite: a source of great stress and tribulation. Family motivation is the desire to preserve the family […]

How Business And Family Can (and Does) Mix Well

It is an oft repeated phrase that you should never mix business with pleasure. This idiom is extended to include doing business with friends and family and it is held to be as true as never talking about religion and politics with people whom you wish to remain friends. But the truth is, family businesses […]