Can We Trust the History Books We Read? THIS is a loaded question. First of all, know this. ALL history is written with a bias. Any author is going to bend, support, or omit information that will create a view or meet an agenda. At best, we can call it a “perspective”; at worst, “propaganda.”
Do you have children that are so different from their siblings, you wonder how they ended up in the same family? I came across this article that I wrote on our two youngest sons several years ago… It’s as relevant today as it was then. I’d like to share it with you… "The Story of a Cello and a Djembe."
Every culture has its unique superstitions when it comes to finding marriage. When it comes to the Irish, they have a special dish called colcannon. Although this cabbage and potato dish is now considered a traditional St. Patrick’s Day food, the truth is, it was originally used for the foretelling of marriages!
On February 25, 1948, Martin Luther King, Jr. was ordained a Baptist minister and became an assistant pastor at his father’s church in Atlanta, Georgia. As for how he helped organize the first African-American civil rights movement – you’ll have to keep reading and find out!
Abraham Lincoln is by far one of America’s most well-known presidents – and for good reason, since he managed to accomplish a great deal during his relatively short life! From being the 16th president of the United States to saving the Union during the Civil War, Abe Lincoln’s legacy continues to spark interest.