Marco van Ginkel en Adam Maher staan hoog op de schaduwlijst van Ajax. Dat meldt trainer Frank de Boer tegenover De Telegraaf. “Eens,” antwoordde De Boer op de vraag of Maher en Van Ginkel perfect bij Ajax passen.
Dr. Keith disagrees with these lines because of his Christian views, but in my opinion, this last part is absolutely true, because the whole reason we as Soul come here into physical life is to have experiences from which we can learn to manifest qualities that will make us more useful to God. Truly, it is never about others. It is always about us. Everyone is working on his or her own “stuff.” We play parts both large and small in each other’s dramas. This is a good example of the efficiency and economy with which this physical world was created; we help each other even as we are helping ourselves, with God’s grace. :-)
It bothers me that the Keystone XL Pipeline will pass directly over the Ogallala Aquifer, which is a very wide underground water table that underlies no fewer than eight midwestern states. This aquifer is shallow, as well, and in the Sand Hills area of Nebraska, the water table actually rises above the surface of the earth, making it easy for any oil spilled to get into the water. The heavy tar sands would sink through the sandy soil easily. The Ogallala Aquifer system underlies 27% of all the irrigated land in the U.S. and it supplies about 30% of all ground water used for irrigation in the United States. It supplies drinking water for 82% of the population who live on the plains. If this aquifer were polluted, there would be dire consequences for the earth, for the food supply, for animals, and for human beings. Why are we allowing this pipeline to be built directly over it?
When it comes to history, few cars can claim to even come close to the storied past of the Chevrolet Corvette. With the rise of the 2014 Corvette Stingray coming right around the corner, the story keeps getting better and better.
When it comes to extreme sports, you don’t get much more extreme than Parkour. Also known as freerunning, practitioners of this incredible discipline use their bodies and the surrounding environment to propel themselves forward as fast as possible.