FIRST WOMEN IN HISTORY ANNIE OAKLEY (1860-1926) Annie Oakley, was born Phoebe Ann Moses, (or sometimes spelled Mosey), on August 13, 1860 in Drake County, Ohio. Both her father and stepfather died when she was about 4 or 5, and...Read More
Author: Jeanne Owers
Gluttony is deceptive, because it believes we truly need much. Gluttony wants to gulp down, to over-indulge and over-consume. It believes if you don’t have the right car, you don’t get hired, so you suddenly need the expensive...Read More
Statistically, women earn less than men, but when you look at the same job and the same skill set, the wage disparity is lower than you’d think, according to Pay Scale. Often the wage difference between men and women has...Read More
What do I mean exactly by the word “discern”? The key definition that applies here is “having or showing good judgement”. Said another way, what the question really asks is this: If you are in a situation where your inner voice...Read More
Huda Asaaf (Nee Patricia Skinner) I lost a sister this month. Not a biological one but a very real sister nonetheless. My dear friend Huda Assaf passed away on a Friday morning after a determined and courageous battle against...Read More
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