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"the last will be first, and the first, last" (Matthew 20:16). You probably heard the news story that Pope Francis will visit the Philippines in January, 2015. But you may not have heard this story of the Pope's earlier visit to New York City. It seems His Holiness was traveling to a much anticipated, historic meeting with the Secretary General of the United Nations, and restless from his long journey, was eager to arrive at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport. As the the pilot started his approach, due to unsafe wind conditions, he was instead instructed to land at Newark Airport in New Jersey. When the plane finally touched down, the Pope, now a bit agitated, was whisked away in a limousine to his meeting. With only minutes to spare, he sat anxiously in the back seat of the vehicle. "Can you drive a bit faster my son?" the Pope gently asked the chauffeur. "I'm terribly sorry Your Holiness," the limousine driver begged, "but I can't afford another speeding ticket. I... (more)

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Why Sunnis Fear Shiites
Link: Why Sunnis Fear Shiites Authors: Hillel Fradkin & Lewis Libby Source: Commentary Magazine - 12.01.13 The recent Arab revolts in the Middle East and the concomitant “Islamic Awakening” have not merely shaken up the order of an already violent and unstable region. They have reanimated the bloodiest and longest-running dispute in Muslim politics: which branch of Islam, Sunni or Shia, is to rule the Muslim polity. This rivalry dates back some 1,300 years to the death of Muhammad, and while it has occasionally been set aside for reasons of expedience, it has never been resolved. The continuing conflagrations following the mislabeled Arab Spring, increasingly shaped by this ancient Sunni-Shia tension, are set to rage on indefinitely. Affairs in the Middle East are accelerating back to the old normal: a state of hot holy war. The seemingly internal conflict in Syria has become... (more)

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Pos aquí esta mi vida
Bueno, parte de mi vida, importante, con visiones distorsionadas, inconsciente, un poco consciente, echándole ganas, niña, grande, rara, loca, extraña.. ah que cosas de la vida.. Pues este es mi lugarcito en el espacio :D Hello Hello, hay alguien ahí? nooo? no importaaa estoy yo wuhu!

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