19 Telltale Signs A Guy Is Really Into You

Haha! Gonna make a mental note to display these telltale signs to the girl I am really into 🙂

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1. He goes out of his way to talk to you, and always responds in a timely manner to your messages, calls, or texts.

2. He doesn’t do that weird disappearing act where he’s just suddenly unavailable and disinterested in seeing you, and doesn’t explain himself at all until the next time he decides he wants to see you.

3. He actually proposes things for the two of you to do, instead of just waiting for “hangouts” to happen that are basically just code for sex.

4. His whole demeanor improves noticeably when you’re around — if he’s usually a little on the bro-y side with his friends, he tones down his stupid humor and actually tries to make a good impression with you.

5. You get the impression right off the bat that he wants to make you a part of his group. You never feel like you’re pushing…

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Watching The Crucifixion

A child’s mind is delicate, fragile, inexperience. As parents, sometimes, our actions may lead to unintended outcomes. However, we must understand that the impact has been made already and we cannot go back or try to mend it. What we can do is to try, in subtle manners, to change the child’s perception, mold it bit by bit without the child realizing. A great article that illustrates the tremendous influence parents wield over their children

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The day before Easter, I decided to expose my daughters to the crucifixion of Jesus. Lisa, my wife, Torrey, our older daughter, and Sara, our 4 year-old and I decided to watch “Jesus of Nazareth” a 1977 made for TV movie being replayed.

I wanted to expose the kids to religious history and concepts, but struggled with how best to do it. Watching the story of Jesus on film would provide them insight into Christianity, and was an easy story for children to understand, I thought. Lisa and I debated whether watching it would be too much for Sara, given the inevitable portrayal of the crucifixion.

The crucifixion scene was long, detailed, and graphic. Sara’s sustained silence, despite her keen interest in the film, worried us. It occurred to us that Sara and Torrey’s lack of religious context made the idea of watching it again untenable. Had it been a…

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