Master Your Life with Leaha Mattinson and Sacha Stone ~ The Quantum Conversation
“We are not only under attack from those who hate our way of life, our Western culture is crumbling from internal pressure: from idolizing, tolerance, inclusion, and accommodation to the point that we welcome beliefs customs and rituals that undermine our democracy – in the name of democracy!” Diane Bederrman
For the Love of God and Virgins is a gripping love story that takes place against a background of convoluted agendas. As the action moves between Jerusalem and London the reader is caught up in Jennifer’s yearning for peace, both in her country and at home.
Readers throughout the world will love this exciting and very personal account of living in Israel and have a chance to consider how Israel is treated by the world.
Pam Peled grew up in South Africa, in the brutal days of Apartheid. She lives near Tel Aviv. She is the Author of three books and delivers workshops about Shakespeare at Universities and online. You can connect with her on FB (Pam Peled) and buy her books on Amazon.
As of Today’s Recording: 2020-12-14…There has been no peace deals in the Middle East since 1994 until this past week, where there has been a historic 3 peace deals signed in 49 days. What does this peace mean for the world?
Globe and Mail – https://www.theglobeandmail.com/amp/canada/article-morning-update-ottawas-15-billion-foreign-aid-initiative-has-spent/ Apple News – https://apple.news/Aezys27BMSD-ART-OUIwovw Good morning, Nearly three years after announcing $1.5-billion for two foreign-aid financing programs, the Liberal government has, so far, only spent $120,000 of that money. Initially touted as groundbreaking initiatives to bring new funding to developing countries, the department of Global Affairs says the programs have been stalled …
When it came to the novel coronavirus, this meant prioritizing information provided by the Chinese government and the World Health Organization over potentially valuable clues from “informal” sources that might better indicate how aggressively the virus was spreading, and what steps are needed contain it. Such information, known as open-source intelligence, was dismissed within the department as merely “rumours,” the analysts said.