Are We Losing our Human Connection?

For anyone who’s been concerned about the growing use of technology in our social society, you must watch the following video. It powerfully illustrates the importance of family, friendship and the human connection.

Are we losing it?

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Celebrated Restaurants Reviewed by 4 Year Old Children....With Their Faces

4_year_old_review.jpgThis is one of those times where I have to admit I thought "Why didn't I think of doing that?" 

A writer and a photographer took four year old children to celebrated restaurants such as Plum, AQ, and State Bird Provisions, and had the children give a review of the food placed in front of them and the result was pure genius.

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Focus on the Family's Irreplaceable: A Review

Irreplaceable-FacebookImage.pngFocus on the Family is releasing a new documentary called Irreplaceable. The film will arrive in theaters this Tuesday, May 6, for one night only.  The documentary, which is part of a larger project called the The Family Project, is an effort by Focus on the Family to spark a conversation about the important role that family plays in society.

At one time in our country, releasing a film about the family would have seemed like a harmless, innocuous action on the part of an organization whose whole goal is to support and empower the family; however, today’s generation is unlike any other generation when it comes to its view of the family. Whereas a movie about the family, 10, 20, 30 years ago, wouldn’t have received a second look, today receives widespread criticism for being “hateful”, “anti-gay”, and full of “propaganda”.

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Lights Out?

Living in Alabama, we are accustomed to the severe weather that can impact our state and are not surprised by the accompanying loss of electrical power. But imagine for a moment that a temporary power outage continued for weeks, months, or even a year or longer, and that outage affected not only the state of Alabama, but also the vast majority of America.

End-of-the-world Hollywood thrillers have always captured the imaginations of movie fans, but the dangers surrounding an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack have also been discussed in the Pentagon and halls of Congress for some time, and many are now advocating a more urgent approach to what they describe as a serious matter of national security.

Nuclear bombs have long been feared as our enemies’ means of mass murder, the destruction of our major cities, and the lasting effect of the radioactive fallout.  The EMP Commission was first established in 2001, re-authorized in 2006, and has released two separate recommendations to Congress (2004 and 2008) regarding necessary steps to reduce our vulnerability to a similar type of attack. According to the reports, while the detonation of a high-altitude nuclear device above the United States would not immediately render visible damage to our metropolitan areas, it is equally devastating to our country and its citizens given the impact it would have on our national power grid.

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Marines + Frozen's "Let It Go"= Awesome!

These Marines singing along with Frozen's "Let It Go" is the best thing on the internet this week.  I couldn't stop smiling while watching it and I bet you can't either.  The best part comes at 2:21. 

Watch and enjoy!

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