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Muslim man coverts to Christianity after a brain aneurysm

Muslim man coverts to Christianity after a brain aneurysm | Culture Traits | Scoop.it
Karim Shamsi-Basha grew up in a Muslim family in Syria who were tolerant of all faiths, but he did not consider changing religion before his illness.

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Matt Moore's curator insight, November 21, 2013 10:53 AM

I chose this article for shannon because she is a Christian and carries a cross bracelet around everywhere with her. She is Catholic and loves God.

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5 Success Principles I Learned From a Trip to Chick-Fil-A Headquarters

5 Success Principles I Learned From a Trip to Chick-Fil-A Headquarters | Culture Traits | Scoop.it
I recently had the epic opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look of the fast-food giant, Chick-fil-A. I find it so fascinating to learn the stories, principles and values behind today’s most admired brands.

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Only 10 Words Make Up 25% Of The English Language

Only 10 Words Make Up 25% Of The English Language | Culture Traits | Scoop.it
One of every four words you say or write is probably one of these: "the," "be," "to," "of," "and," "a," "in," "that," "have," and "I." Those ten words, listed in order of frequency, comprise around 25% of the recorded English language, according to...

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Your legs can only move as fast as your arms

Your legs can only move as fast as your arms | Culture Traits | Scoop.it

.Although it is widely thought that legs are the driving force behind an explosive athlete such as an American Football Player or a Basketball player; sprinters and professional athletes gain high amounts of power and speed by pumping their upper bodies.

 

Of course having excess muscular bulk and size can be detrimental to you as an athlete but weight training and plyometric exercises are some of the most commonly used programmes amongst the world of strength and conditioning and the key is to spend a lot of time working out and conditioning your whole body.

 

Read more: http://frankhopkinstraining.wordpress.com/2013/01/14/your-legs-can-only-move-as-fast-as-your-arms/


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5 ways Noah Webster Americanized the English language

5 ways Noah Webster Americanized the English language | Culture Traits | Scoop.it
He gave us the first American dictionary and deleted many silent letters in English words when he put it together

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Charles Tiayon's curator insight, October 17, 2013 5:20 PM

At the risk of showing my age, I will admit that I began school before the advent of spell-check. When I didn’t know how to spell a word, my teachers told me to look it up in the dictionary. I never really figured out how I was supposed to manage that if I couldn’t spell it in the first place, but I can thank Noah Webster for making the attempt possible. Webster, whose name has become almost a generic term for dictionaries, changed the way English was written to make it a truly American language.