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Don't spread trend of bad behaviour - TODAYonline

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AsiaOneDon't spread trend of bad behaviourTODAYonline"We seem to be getting less patient, less tolerant, less willing to compromise in order to get along," said Mr Lee.
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Hate the Sin but Love the Sinner - Madison County Courier

Madison County CourierHate the Sin but Love the SinnerMadison County CourierAnother says that separating the evil deeds from the evil-doer is also dehumanization.
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MCINTYRE: Good deeds get noticed - Rapid City Journal

MCINTYRE: Good deeds get noticed - Rapid City Journal | REPENT | Scoop.it
MCINTYRE: Good deeds get noticedRapid City JournalThere seems to be no shortage of bad news and if there isn't enough of that, the pundits will spin it to get the masses all riled up one way or another.
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Understanding Islamic Feminism: My Interview with Islamic Feminists

Understanding Islamic Feminism: My Interview with Islamic Feminists | REPENT | Scoop.it
The idea that the veil protects the woman from something is ridiculous and manipulated: good intentions and kindness to the other human beings and the whole creation are what protect us from bad deeds: Do we really believe is possible to avoid...
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that part of us… « 35andupcynicismonhold

that part of us… « 35andupcynicismonhold | REPENT | Scoop.it
It is said that by forgiving the person, without necessarily condoning or forgetting the cruel deed or mean act, we give ourselves the leave to sail forth forward, to row gently and energetically on top of the waves and on to the port of our dreams.
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Privacy as a Positive Good by Paul Rosenberg

We've all heard the insulting, tyrannical cliché: Why do you care, if you have nothing to hide? The comeback, if not that it would fall on deaf ears, should be this: Because I value myself.
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CONTENDING WITHOUT BEING CONTENTIOUS- by Holly Sprenger

CONTENDING WITHOUT BEING CONTENTIOUS- by Holly Sprenger | REPENT | Scoop.it
And by the way, if YOU are taking teaching, reading an author's books, sharing them on FB, thereby recommending their speech, YOU are also sharing in their evil deeds. We need to try so hard to be careful, we can all make ...
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Is it hot in here, or is it just global warming? | Bad Astronomy ...

Is it hot in here, or is it just global warming? | Bad Astronomy ... | REPENT | Scoop.it
All well and good. But when they plotted these temperatures over time – looking at the average temperature for a given year as well as the extreme events – they saw three things, none of them good. One was that, over time, the ...
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July 2012 Hottest Month Ever in U.S.

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By Climate Central's Michael D. Lemonick: July 2012 was officially not only the warmest July on record, but also the warmest month ever recorded for the lower 48 states, according to a report released Wednesday by scientists at the National Oceanic...

 

The drought footprint cover 63% of the contiguous states during the hottest month in American history.  It's the hottest 12 month stretch (August 2011-July 2012) on record for the lower 48, making it the fourth consecutive month to set a new record (i.e. old record was July 2011-June 2012).The biggest difference from other hot months is the nighttime temperature have been exceptionally high.  The most current drought monitor map can be found at:  http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu


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Throw down the bad things that can harm your relationship - Bowling Green Daily News

Throw down the bad things that can harm your relationship - Bowling Green Daily News | REPENT | Scoop.it
Throw down the bad things that can harm your relationshipBowling Green Daily NewsThen, if you enjoy our site and want full access, we'll ask you to purchase an affordable subscription. (%remaining%) Remaining Thanks for visiting ...
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New Social Network to Track Every Time You Help Someone - Virtual-Strategy Magazine

New Social Network to Track Every Time You Help Someone - Virtual-Strategy Magazine | REPENT | Scoop.it
New Social Network to Track Every Time You Help SomeoneVirtual-Strategy MagazineNew research published in Psychological Science suggests that even when an outcome is out of our control we often act as though we can still get on the good side of fate...
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Faith vs. performance at the Olympics - CNN (blog)

Faith vs. performance at the Olympics - CNN (blog) | REPENT | Scoop.it
Faith vs. performance at the OlympicsCNN (blog)No matter what others say, I have experienced the love of Christ, and there is nothing that could change my mind because He lives in me. Its like breathing, He is real, and so I am ....
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Four Proposals For America's Next Lead-From-The-Front President - Worcester Telegram

Four Proposals For America's Next Lead-From-The-Front President - Worcester Telegram | REPENT | Scoop.it
Four Proposals For America's Next Lead-From-The-Front PresidentWorcester TelegramBefore explaining why, lead from behind means that the leader assembles a group that represents the constituents of a proposed policy change, listens to each of them ...
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Ethiopia: Where in the World is Meles Zenawi? (And Why it Doesn't ...

Ethiopia: Where in the World is Meles Zenawi? (And Why it Doesn't ... | REPENT | Scoop.it
Unless we continue our work to shift the paradigm towards one of justice and human rights, whether Meles returns or someone else replaces him, his ethnocentric and genocidal policies will remain.
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Nakadude: Philander Rodman: This Explains A Lot Of Things

Nakadude: Philander Rodman: This Explains A Lot Of Things | REPENT | Scoop.it
Being involved with youth, foster parenting, mentoring younger men and talking with male peers has made it perfectly clear: the father's good and bad deeds affect the children. We need to break this cycle.
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Freakonomics » The Economics Revolution Will Be Televised

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“The data revolution is, however, changing our theories — specifically the way we choose to model how people behave. For decades, economists assumed that people made calculated, rational decisions. Without better data ...
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Fading Light: Why the Naaru should be evil, part 2/4 – orcish army ...

Fading Light: Why the Naaru should be evil, part 2/4 – orcish army ... | REPENT | Scoop.it
The end of all things. In the previous post, we looked at the history of the Naaru and why a "Surprise! we've been on the Legion's side this whole time!" twist would actually make perfect sense.
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Nyarkoh Yeboah is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Nyarkoh Yeboah and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and connected.
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