There are so many people in need and so many who could help if they gave what they could to the proper charities. I am so grateful for what I have now in life, after years of strife and struggle. I have a roof over my head and a bed to sleep in, unlike the homeless people frequenting the missions. If we can give thanks to God once a year for our blessings, why not do it every day?
Post-Byzantine churches in Voskopoja and Vithkuqi, ALBANIA; Historic Center of Vienna, AUSTRIA; The Buzludzha Monument, BULGARIA; David Gareji Monasteries and Hermitage, GEORGIA; Constanta Casino, ROMANIA; The Prinkipo Greek Orphanage, Princes’ Islands, TURKEY; Grimsby Ice Factory, UNITED KINGDOM
Lots to talk about this holiday season: USA, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Afghanistan, North Korea . . .
A REPRINT FROM GUIDEPOST 21 November 1986
by Brad Beckman
Something about the sanctity of the Thanksgiving tradition
Contrary to most of the stereotypes linked with Spain, most countries see the Spaniards as tolerant, reliable, democratic, pacifist, honest, strong, humanitarian and hard-working!
"For some Native Americans now, looking back to the Pilgrims’ plight which they saved them from with sheer kindness, showing them how to grow corn, and live off the land, the history of Thanksgiving is bittersweet"
Spain’s win last Friday meant it became the first team ever to achieve an undefeated 14-match run in the European Finals. “Blame it” on Andrés Iniesta who, from the outset, controlled the game
Spain will face Turkey on Friday, 17 June, and Croatia on Tuesday the 21st, both technically and physically superior to Czech Republic who lost to the Spanish team last Monday
On interns at Guidepost, with emphasis on summer internship: the beauty of it!