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Originally posted on Try to get it!:
With the right person you will see your realityYou will know your worthYour exhausted eyes will look beautifulYour tired body will look gorgeousYour silly thoughts will seem wiseYour cheap things will appear luxuriousYou will Not think before you talkYou will Not be careful When you walkYour voice will…

History.com: This Day In History (January 26-1918): Ukraine declares its independence

Originally posted on Levant's Agora:
By History.com Editors. Soon after the Bolsheviks seized control in immense, troubled Russia in November 1917 and moved towards negotiating peace with the Central Powers, the former Russian state of Ukraine declares its total independence. One of pre-war Russia’s most prosperous areas, the vast, flat Ukraine (the name can…

True Story

Originally posted on Jewish Young Professional:
An iceberg breaks off of Antarctica like a star that the sky couldn’t keep for herself, too weighted with water and gas, leaving a hole sized like Greater London, but, good news, “Not climate change,” the scientists say. But there’s other reason for alarm. Digital art by Ted Chin. From…

The Global Investigative Journalism Network: 2022’s Best Investigative Stories from the Arab World

Originally posted on Levant's Agora:
By Majdoleen Hasan and Chafiq Sroor. Being an investigative journalist in the Middle East and North Africa was immensely challenging in 2022, thanks to the dramatic decline in press freedom in places once considered safer for journalists such as North Africa, the lack of human and financial resources, and…

History.com: This Day In History (January 11-1928): Stalin banishes Trotsky

Originally posted on Levant's Agora:
By History.com Editors. Leon Trotsky, a leader of the Bolshevik revolution and early architect of the Soviet state, is deported by Soviet leader Joseph Stalin to Alma-Ata in remote Soviet Central Asia. He lived there in internal exile for a year before being banished from the USSR forever by…

Those rejecting divine laws, following the Antichrist

The ‘antichrist’ existed in the apostolic period and it was, and still is, to continue until it is destroyed by Jesus when he returns.

Seraphim Rose: “to be Christian is to be crucified”

Originally posted on Dover Beach:
. “Let not us, who would be Christians, expect anything else from it than to be crucified, For to be Christian is to be crucified, in this time and in any time since Christ came for the first time. His life is the example—and warning—to us all. We must be…

If God is so good, then why do bad things happen?

Dan Foster looking at how the church makes hurting people hurt more and how all religions are confronted with the same dilemma about suffering.

History.com: This Day In History (January 04-1999): The euro debuts

Originally posted on Levant's Agora:
By History.com Editors. New Year’s Day is the dawn of a new era in Europe, as 11 nations adopt a single currency, the euro. Now the official currency of 19 members of the European Union, as well as the nations of Kosovo and Montenegro, the euro’s introduction had a…