Making estimates of value to two or more items or people aims to determine the better of, but only for the factor(s) being assessed. Better in one factor may be poor in another, and thus the dangers of making comparisons, cautions Ayub Chege in a critique of a most common human nature.
Loving my kids and wanting and needing them in my life.
As I was visiting the University of Notre Dame earlier this year with my daughter, I happened to come across a statue that modeled a baby being handed from one parent to the other. The name of this statue is called Holy Hand Off. The image of this statue reminded me of two different things. First, it reminded me how we are to lend helping hands to those in need of many health and human services.
A woman who feels she is doing the best she can but feels she needs to improve her self worth through coping mechanisms through writing.
A life story of hope. It talks about hope indirectly. A way in which you’ll enjoy reading.
What do you do when your child seems to wake up one day with a completely different set of morals and values than what you have tried to instill?
Seeing God teach me lessons in every thing we do in life.
It describes the amazing life of Jus Tude. The circumstances she passed through and how she rose through the ranks from being a normal everyday woman to becoming a manager and an entrepreneur.