FROM THE PULPIT : What kind of world do we want to create ?
This past Monday I was privileged to be included in Fall River's celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - first at the MLK Community Breakfast at Bristol Community College, and afterward at the Bethel AME Church. At both venues participants were reminded that this day is not meant to be a "day o
French startup launches world 's first hydrogen-powered bicycles
French startup launches world's first hydrogen-powered bicycles Reuters reported that a French start-up has become the first company to start factory production of hydrogen-powered bicycles for use in corporate or municipal fleets. Pragma Industries, which is based in Biarritz, France and makes fuel
Meet Bora Bora - Wonderful World
Welcome tourists. In this edition we get to talk about a paradisiacal place called Bora Bora. How many of us have heard about it? I guess most. But really, how many do we really know what Bora Bora is and where it is located? Well, I'll explain. Bora Bora is a ring-shaped island that has a lagoon in
The Biggest Risks Facing Our World This Year and Beyond
There is no denying, or there should be no denying, that the world is changing. Sometimes, change is good but that doesn't apply to earth when it suffers disruptions in the natural way of things. Right now, the debate should be what should we do to make the world better the next generations. But, in
83 Years Old World Oldest Female Virgin Finds Love , Marries 90-Year-Old Father Of 10 .
An alleged 83-year-old virgin simply identified as Naom, has now gotten married to a 90-year-old father of 10, known as Rwakaikara. They exchanged their vows at St. James Cathedral, Kigorobya, Hoima District of Uganda. It was reported that the officiating minister, Bishop Kyamanywa, told the congreg