The Greatest Commandment We are still battling the same demons in the 21st century that we have fought since the beginning of time, even though Jesus gave us rules that we should live by when he walked the earth over two thousand years ago. He told us to follow the Ten Commandments. Jesus added that […]
Intervening in a fight that included his friend, he tried to pull the friend out of the conflict, but, instead, he was shot in the head. He would later die at a local hospital. That one bullet took two young men’s lives that night.
The argument always winds up turning into a gun control debate and nothing gets done to make the schools safer. Shortly after a mass shooting, the arguing dies down and people seem to forget about it until the next school shooting
I think this is going on because people don’t respect or value life any more. They’ll admire your house, car, phone or purse, but they hold no respect our greatest asset which is the human life.
Some people in this world are not happy unless they are running the lives of others. These people are normally suffering from low self-esteem. Two words that best describe them are, “control freaks.” They build themselves up by putting you down.
“Surprised! Dumbfounded! Angry!” were just a few of the words used to describe what went on last season during all the football games. We, as Americans, aren’t used to seeing professional athletes not standing for the flag during national anthem. Was it wrong and should these men be punished? Absolutely not! Did it show disrespect? Yes!
The start of a new school year brings with it new challenges as well as old ones. One of old challenges is a problem that involves all teachers, parents, students across the country. The subject I am talking about is “bullying.”