The phrase “separation of church and state” is one of the most commonly used yet least understood political sayings in all of modern vernacular. Many Christians claim this separation as the unrelenting law that took prayer from public schools, tore down crosses from public parks and seeks to removed America from being “one nation under God”. Others see it as an open minded and helpful gesture that ensures equality for a nation of immigrants that is a melting pot of global cultures. For both good and bad the term “separation of church and state” has been touted in more wrong ways that correct ways.
In the United States nearly 40 percent of working-aged Americans hold a college degree. That means that almost 60 percent don’t have a degree. This can be an alarming statistic for a lot of people. There is a trend of people getting more degrees than they did before. People are increasingly getting more education as new generations come of age. If you have already come and gone from college. Regardless of how you ended your college journey, you can gain lots of permanent value from returning to college at any point. Here are a few reasons why you can’t afford not to and how to go about it.
Life is a funny thing. Seasons change and we live out our lives. As the world goes on constantly changing so does our own lives and our roles in the world. Most adults eventually get a place where they need to take care of both their children and possibly also their own parents. It can be sad and difficult having to care for your parents after they have always been your caretaker and mentor. It can be not only taxing on your finances and time but also your emotions and possibly mental health as well. There are a few things to keep in mind when faced with these challenges.
A modern family is rarely complete without the addition of a “Buddy” or “Mr. Whiskers.” These days, dog dads and cat moms care almost as much for their furry four-legged friends as much as they do their biological children. The best care is provided without question. As pet owners embrace holistic healing and essential oils, it’s wise to learn how your favorite extracts can help or hurt your pet.