Monthly Archives: September 2013

Eight Year-old’s Homework Assignment: Explain God


a true story courtesy of   When given a third-grade homework assignment (most likely not in a public school – Dick S) to “EXPLAIN GOD,” this is what 8-year-old, Danny Dutton, of Chula Vista, CA, had to say.   By Danny Dutton One of God’s main jobs is making people. He makes them to […]

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Drawing Heaven – Akiane Kramarik, Child-prodigy

Courtesy of I caught a video on YouTube about a CNN report showcasing the story of a very gifted 12-year-old artist named Akiane Kramarik. There have been several young gifted artists in the past, but Akiane is rather fascinating. What makes Akiane so unique is not so much how well she paints, but the […]

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Malbork Castle, Poland – Take a Video Tour

Malbork Castle excerpt from World Heritage Centre Malbork Castle is the most complete and elaborate example of the Gothic brick castle complex in the characteristic and unique style of the Teutonic Order, which evolved independently from the contemporary castles of western Europe and the Near East. The spectacular fortress represents the phenomenon of the monastic […]

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Newly Added Owl Photos

Old Blue Eyes

  I have just added over a dozen more images to the Fascinating Owls Gallery. There are a lot of owl photos around but I have tried to find large, high quality images and also a variety of owl species. Here is a teaser sample.        

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Miracle of a Brother’s Song

 Can a Brother’s Song Save His Baby Sister? A TRUE STORY — Author Unknown — courtesy of Like any good mother, when Karen found out that another baby was on the way, she did what she could to help her 3-year-old son, Michael, prepare for a new sibling. They found out that the new baby was […]

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