Battling cancer is no joke. It’s good to see encouragement coming, especially to children, who’ve only just begun their journey.
The 5-year-old girl has faced ups and downs in her battle with pediatric cancer—always with a smile on her face. Still has shared all of Leah’s triumphs and setbacks on social media. Leah first captured our hearts last year when doctors diagnosed her with neuroblastoma, a rare cancer that usually affects children under 5 years old, giving her a 50-50 chance of survival.
I say, Wheaties should do this every month with a new child to root for!
Very clear and easy to watch explanation that even though there are a vast number of planets in our universe, given the minimum 50 criteria needed to support life the number of candidates is only in the thousands.
At least, that’s by today’s current level of understanding.
Just remember, back in the 1960s, scientists told us alien life was almost a certainty.
So, does science argue for or against God? Seems pretty clear that, as long as, scientists check their agenda at the door, the facts show beyond a shadow of a doubt that there is a Creator.
From Positive Press comes this great cancer research idea:
Boston area high school students lock up their cell phones for 30 days – instead of using phones, they go around neighborhoods raising money to help out local people in need, including this single mom with cancer.
Predicting the future isn’t easy! What do you think?
I guess on the one hand, it’s horrible difficult to predict the future with any kind of accuracy. But on the other, it’s fairly simple to find today’s most popular phenomenon and then go back to locate someone who said it couldn’t be done.
Don’t you think?
When you go about predicting the future, like the infamous Nostradamus, he’s likely batting a miserable percentage. It’s not easy folks.
I mean, here’s a prediction of his:
“After there is great trouble among mankind, a greater one is prepared. The great mover of the universe will renew time, rain, blood, thirst, famine, steel weapons and disease. In the heavens, a fire seen”