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“Jihad” is an Arabic word that literally means “effort” or “struggle.” In use, jihad is applied primarily to a personal struggle to live in virtuous faith and a fight against Satan (the “greater jihads) with struggles against an open enemy considered “the lesser jihad.” Compare Romans 7:23.
George Monbiot makes the case for a new unifying story of altruistic communities of interest taking responsibility for shared resources rather than allowing private interests to profit exclusively from their exploitation.
In this TEDx video, Evan Rob, middle school principal, talks about the kind of courage and boldness that can propel one to success. Evan applies this message to life and his efforts to create effective and satisfying learning communities in his schools.
As we face the inevitable consequence of our use and abuse of our world, people will be forced to relocate to survive. We can not escape our sacred duty to open our hearts and our hands and our doors to those who are about to begin working beside us as our newest friends and family.
I recently attended (and took the opportunity to speak at) a “Lights for Liberty” rally adjacent to the U.S. Border Patrol processing station between Naco and Bisbee, Arizona. I feel strongly that all people deserve to be treated with the same dignity, respect, and consideration as our other neighbors.
You know how presidents stride manfully up to a platform in the East Room of the White House and make important addresses to the nation? Well, the East Room is nice, but it really sucks as a recording venue.
Several weeks ago, I accepted a job from an instructional media developer in Mumbai, India. He said that he had 2.5 hours of recording that needed to have background noise removed. He even provided a brief sample clip of audio. Easy peasy. I bit.
My neighbor brought me a favorite CD — hoping that I could make it sound better. It turned out to be an old symphony performance that had been transferred, in some unknowable past, from a 78 rpm vinyl record. The loud parts were distorted by clipping. Ahh, here was a challenge.
Modern technology has made it possible to manipulate sound recordings in ways that were not possible just a few years ago. But now, listeners expect to hear better than simple cut-and-paste to remove gaps, stammers and word-whiskers.
It’s a poor recordist who persistently offers that, “they’ll fix it in post.” Nonetheless, a talented post-production engineer with a strong tool kit can “do magic on demand and miracles by grace.” Here are some of the advanced tools in my kit.
The light you seek is not always where you are looking or where you are accustomed to looking in the past. Staunch mental rigidity may blind you to the next lesson God sends your way. Don’t forget to look within new problems for a light shining on the key to their solution.
For many years after World War II, we told ourselves that accelerating productivity from the rapid spread of communications and other technology would “shrink the world and bring us together,” while raising billions out of poverty and making violent conflict unnecessary and unconscionable.
A Migrant Story gives a sympathetic inside-the-family telling of life on the road and in the fields; of holding family all the dearer while still wanting to fit in at every new place. TIMELY and IMPORTANT. Written by my wife, Dianna Satterlee
This well-researched guide is for everyone who wants to consider, start, operate or grow their network marketing business. It provides 104 brief discussions organized into topical sections. David just plain gets it.