Now, Returned to India There is one group of people with whom I always hit it off. In the airport, at a business meeting, or at my favorite South Indian restaurant — you get that feeling that you are living the same life with a different cast of characters.
The abundant allegorical teachings of the Holy Bible shed more light into the mysteries of human life and experiences than any other authority on theology or theosophy.
Thus, the Holy Bible is our source of inspiration from which we draw our life's longing to lead fuller, more obedient and abundant lives.
To learn from the experiences of every character in the Holy Bible, from Adam and Eve to John in Patmos, and to follow the true revealed Word of God, is our only goal and our truest hope. Usually, I show these people the law s as promulgated by the Congress, decisions of various state and federal courts including the U.
Supreme Court, and other executive and administrative policy decisions affecting American Indian Tribes whose inherent tribal sovereignty has been a constant nightmare and an inconvenient truth to our politicians from the day the Vikings, Sebastian Cabot, Amerigo Vespucci, and other explorers set foot on our tribal lands.
I expect these people to read, examine and analyze these articles, findings, congressional debates, essays, reports, and decisions. I notice a sickening habit instead — they wait to hear negative reports about Indian tribes. They love to read this negativity.
They wallow in this sordid smear campaigns. Their lives are happier when they read such stupid reports over the Internet where pseudnyms and nom de guerre are used by scared writers wishing undeserved anonymity.
There ought to be a law to disembowel these psychos while they are being hanged! Recently, I had a New York attorney call me regarding tax exemptions for tribal corporations. I had earlier showed him the appropriate and applicable law regarding this issue.
And he had the gall to tell me he was a tax attorney who never heard of section 17 of the Indian Reorganization Act of !!! Such morons repeatedly walk into my professional life This is a friendly reminder to all those potentials who wish to seek my help.
I promise you I will be outright rude when you call without checking out who we are and what we stand for, who I am, and what I stand for in the matrix of federal Indian law which is still evolving as a matter of first impression after odd years of oppression, depression and suppression by those who chose to emigrate here from Europe in the early s and sink lasting roots here without visas, travel documents or passports.
The letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life" - II Corinthians 3: President Adams recognized the sanctity, supremacy and sovereignty of God, and God's dominion over all things - this is Natural Law. One of the recurring messages in the Holy Bible is the dynamic that the people of God be nonconformists to the secular world - Deuteronomy There is ample rationale and reason behind this justification and mandate of God.
Small wonder that secular indoctrination works wonders upon us when it competes with the Word of God. We have become a nation of laws and a government of men. We have some great laws, and some terribly unjust laws that are more than just flaws in man's thinking.
Disobeying an unjust law finds safe and solid sanctuary in the Word of God as evidenced in Exodus 1: How many Puahs and Sipporahs are out there waiting to disobey an unjust law? One of the laws of our land claims thatFrancis Bacon once said that "knowledge is like waters; some descend from the heavens, some spring from the earth.
For all knowledge proceeds from a twofold source - either from divine inspiration or .
As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria.
Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo. Many thanks to Hermes for the translation from attheheels.com Welcome to Egdon Heath, which Hardy describes in great detail.
We meet Eustacia Vye, who longs to be a big-city girl and hates being stuck in podunk Egdon. She is having a clandestine romance with Damon Wildeve, but Damon is a player and ends up seeing another lady, Thomasin Yeobright, on the side.
About The Return of the Indian. It’s been over a year since Omri discovered in The Indian in the Cupboard that, with the turn of a key, he could magically bring to life the three-inch-high Indian figure he placed inside his cupboard.
Omri and his Indian, Little Bear, create a fantastic world together until one day, Omri realizes the terrible consequences if Little . The Return of the Indian book report form (PDF File) Customize the The Return of the Indian book report Analogies Analogies for The Return of the Indian Word Wall The Return of the Indian Word Wall.
Chapters Review . Omri can hardly contain his excitement when he wins first prize in a national writing contest. But he feels he must share the good news with Little Bear, his miniature Indian friend who inspired the winning entry.4/5(13).