Don’t want to spoil this “internet is beautiful” moment, but this is really neat for a guy like me.
I’ll give you this, the site name is a hint:
- tri = three
- div like markup syntax item for defining a division in html (generally used in conjunction with CSS for management/placement)
- div like D as in dimension
- tridiv like 3D
For those who’s fathers were not involved in their lives. There comes a burden that is left, a sense of abandonment that has long lasting impact to your sense of self worth.
Your worth is not determined by the subjective view of others, but rather the value ascribed to you through grace.
The absence of that man from your life is not a sign of your faults, but rather their own faults. Do not allow that to define you, but rather to inspire you to be more engaged in the lives of others, understanding full well the impact that negligence and selfishness has on another persons life. Remain cautious to not place your self worth in what you do or what you wear or who you know, for all things can and will fail; making them a precarious foundation that you will have built for yourself. For me as a believer, that significance is found in Christ; but for those who will and will not believe I say to you:
Persevere through your failings and setbacks, knowing that so long as there is breath in your lungs, you have the ability to be a positive force in this life.
They have a lot of history. I’m also a pretty big fan of both characters, and enjoy neat wallpapers featuring them when I come across them. However recently I wanted a good high resolution wallpaper of the two; but was yielding little in the way of what I wanted with my google and bing-fu. So I found a series of wallpapers I enjoyed in the past and decided to combine them for this result that I’m now using for my background.
Characters of course are copy written property of DC Comics. I make no claim to the original work, merely the compositing of this fine artwork into something I enjoy on my system.
Have a good one.
With the vulnerability and fixes supplied to BASH a few months back there’s been a need to update the service control script I had written for the Configuration Manager client.
The updated client can be found here.
Be sure to read the README file contained within the tarball and modify the cm-installer file as required for your environment.
If you want additional information, please review the original post found here.
The gospel is the belief that the creator God, sent his son Jesus, to be a sacrifice for our sins; so that we could be with him forever. The wages of sin is death (Romans 6:23), and Jesus paid that price for us, in obedience to God the father (Mathew 26:39) so whoever believes in him shall not perish but have everlasting life (John 3:16). This belief brings the forgiveness of our past transgressions, and the removal of condemnation of our sin before God.
That means every lustful thought, spit in his face. Every hateful thought towards our fellow man, a Roman scourge to his back. Every lie, great or small that crosses our lips, a crown of thorns on his head. Every self serving and self glorifying action or thought, our cry to “CRUCIFY HIM”.
His reply; “father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.” (Luke 23:34)
That’s the gospel. and for that reason, I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek. (Romans 1:16)
Wendell, one of my favorite of their characters.
I wanted to say thank you to everyone who donated, attended trivia night, prayed for us, sent positive thoughts our way, or however you found a way to support us in this effort. We have raised enough to make it back to Toronto for another month of therapy; but we do plan on going back, and thanks to the generosity of so many, we are already well on our way towards that financial goal as well.
So thank you. Thank you so much. We have one last push, called 7 on the 7th. Where everyone who feels the need to help can donate 7 dollars on the 7th towards her continued therapy. You can find details on the Maggie in Motion website.
Again, thank you.
Some of you are aware, and have already done so much to help my daughter. To you I say thank you; seriously. Thank you so much; and believe me when I say those words are inadequate to convey my appreciation for your giving heart.
What are you talking about?
For others who are unaware, or who have intended to help, but haven’t yet. You can visit the donation site we’ve put together for our little Mooz here.
Cliff notes version:
Our daughter has Cerebral Palsy. A disorder caused by brain damage she suffered in utero, through birth trauma, or both. For her, it’s a limitation to a large portion of her fine and gross motor ability; but cognitively she’s sharp as a knife.
We’ve found a place in Canada, it is world renowned for it’s ability to enable people with these sorts of disabilities to do far more than was ever originally expected of them. We’ve been once, Maggie showed AMAZING progress, and we’d like to go again.
That is where we see the problem. Financially we are not able to afford another visit without contributions from caring souls such as yourself. Each visit costs us between 11,000 and 15,000 depending on living accommodations we can arrange during our stay. Thanks to the generosity of those mentioned above; we are already at/near the 50% mark for our next visit in March.
I implore you, please consider, thoughtfully, prayerfully if you are able to help us.
Maggie In Motion