Praying is the act of seeing something that requires change and wishing for it instead of taking the responsibility to intervene. Although prayer has no negative effect, inaction when effort is warranted does. Imagine what great things could be accomplished if a million prayers were replaced with a million actions.
Virtual supermarkets are popping up in subway stations in South Korea, where commuters can virtually shop for items while waiting for the train to come. Customers simply scan an item’s QR code using the free “Homeplus” app and can have it delivered to their doorstep before they even get home. Ranked as the 2nd most hard-working country in the world to Japan, South Korea is rewarding its workers with this timesaving gem.
Wow! I kinda love this idea.
GET THIS IN CANADA
YESTERDAY: Anti-abortion event is dominated by men.
TODAY: Anti-abortion hearing is only men.
Nintendo of Japan president Satoru Iwata responds to Xbox One reveal
Well, here’s a depressing statistic.
The state’s manslaughter laws weren’t supposed to apply to women who lose pregnancies. Prosecutors don’t seem to care.