A little treasure of aphorisms and advice for living joyously and spiritually today, written 200 years ago, but startlingly fresh in meaning and use. Challenges and helps us to move from stress and sadness to hope and joy.
To some, Rabbi Nachman of Breslov (1772-1810) is best known for stories that possess profound depth and speak to the very soul. To others, his teachings shed light on some of the deepest mysteries. Here, his timeless wisdom, adapted by disciples living in Jerusalem today, reaches out to us all: Never lose hope; find joy and cause for happiness in everything that happens to you. Teacher, guide, and spiritual master Rebbe Nachman provides vital words of inspiration and wisdom for life today for people of any faith, or of no faith.
The ‘Yahweh’ song written & sung by Reuben Morgan from the New Hillsong LIVE album — FAITH HOPE LOVE. There is a missing part in the beggining of the clip that i had to cut out because of the 10 minutes upload limit. I have written what he was saying next: ” We are just about to sing a song in which we declare our worship, our prayse to Yahweh. I want you to engage with understanding. I want you to understand what Yahweh means to us, here, tonight. There are at least 217 names for God in the Bible. He is so glorious, so enormous, and every one of His names reveals some facets about His live and His character. Yahweh is used when God made humanity. It is used when Abraham climbed mount Moriah, as he set up the mountain to worship God, the first time “worship” is used. And there, God provides the sacrifice and reveals Himself as Yahweh. We often think of it as Jehova, That is the latin name for Yahweh. But the revelation reaches its calmanation in Exodus 3, when God reveals Himself to His people. And he says: “I am that I am”. He is the ethernal self-existing one. “I will be what I will be”. He was declaring His covenant and His reality to His people.” Copyrights belong to: (c) 2009 Hillsong Church, Hillsong Music Australia
Anonymous is an anti-group which takes nothing too seriously and values free speech in the extreme. The self-styled Anonymous (used as a mass noun) is a label and Internet meme adopted within Internet culture to represent the actions of Internet users acting anonymously toward a given agenda. In this sense, Anonymous is “all of us, yet none of us.” The term is used in phrases such as “We are Anonymous. We do not forgive. We do not forget.” More recently, in 2008 specific actions were undertaken by specific group, groups, or organizations, also self-named as “Anonymous,” and often associated with websites and chat systems on the Internet. The general public’s introduction to the group began with Project Chanology, a protest against the Church of Scientology. The most visible element of the protest was mass protests of many Church sites worldwide, the first being held on February 10, 2008. Anonymous, as a protest group, lacks a visible hierarchical structure or leaders, instead relying on individuals to contribute to the group on their own. Video Rating: 4 / 5