A day out.September 4, 2013
No time to stop and stare
No one buying just passing through in their car
What do the residents think of these transient lot
Off to the place that people like a lot
Soon it will be back to school after the summer break
Rita Smiley Thirteen
Names theyve given to machines that thrill and makes them scream a lot
Although Im out for the day Jesus is still in my thoughts
If there was a bench Id sit and rest awhile
but there s not
I'm doing research on linguistic minorities/language minorities in India (as well as on several million other things).
First, it has to be understood that India is divided into states. A group that is a linguistic minority/language minority in one state isn't necessarily so in another.
It also has to be understood that the terms "linguistic minorities" and "language minorities" mean different things in different contexts. It took me a LONG time to
Would we be satisfied to see someone else have
To see someone happy to clap their hands and say I've had
Life can be quite sad for those who've never had
Jesus was sad knowing those that could have had wouldnt except what he had
For those who accepted what he had they were so glad
Except Jesus today he will be so glad youll except what he has
One day it will be too late and Jesus will say you could have had.
Reading John 16.
I'm attempting to do research on the Arctic Ocean.
From what I've read, most or all of it is frozen over most or all of the time.
From what I can tell, the northernmost part of Canada is islands, and they're in the Arctic Ocean.
I've concluded that I have to learn about the Arctic Ocean to learn about Canada and I have to learn about Canada to learn about the Arctic Ocean.
I've been attempting to learn more about Eskimos. From what I can
I'm attempting to learn Spanish.
I'm trying to approach this scientifically.
There is a related concept known as Spanglish. From what I can tell, it is a hybrid of Spanish and English. Obviously, I can learn Spanish without learning Spanglish.
From what I understand, there are different varieties of Spanish. This is confusing to me.
First, there is Spanish that originated in Spain (Spanish Spanish?).
From what I can tell,