Category: Morality Written by Jim Denison
Here's another interesting fact: the average follower of the four major religions spends up to forty-five minutes a day in spiritual activities. By contrast, the average Facebook user spends fifty minutes on the platform each day.
Would a visitor to our planet say that Facebook is our newest religion?
Consider the parallels. The world's religions appeal to their followers for three reasons:
Category: Morality Written by Ryan Denison
She calls her answer "grit," and it's a pretty simple concept at its most basic level. She defines it as "perseverance plus the exclusive pursuit of a single passion" and believes that it is an underrated and often misunderstood element of why some people are more successful than others.
Duckworth developed her understanding of the term by talking with accomplished people in a variety of fields, looking for traits that they shared. Ultimately, she concluded that what distinguishes high performers from others is the way they processed emotions like frustration, disappointment, and boredom. In short, the high achievers "had been conditioned to believe that struggle was not a signal for alarm," and thus cause to move on to some simpler task.
Category: Morality Written by Nick Pitts
Unfortunately, it was not.
Now, Mrs. Mariah believes it is time for her parents and the other members of Followers of Christ church to own up to their mistakes. Currently, Idaho state law protects parents from such prosecution if their religion prohibits them from seeking medical care.
Idaho's religious exemption law describes prayer as a spiritual "treatment" that can act as a legal substitute for medical care. As such, parents can refuse medical treatment if they so please and be immune to prosecution. Currently, Idaho is one of thirty-two states that provide a religious defense from felony or misdemeanor crimes.
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