Self-centeredness..#The Root Of Unhappiness!

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We can try all we want to prescribe rules and regulations for people to live by, but if their hearts are not changed, they will break our rules and resent us for making them. There will always be a time when we have to realise and admit we are being selfish, but we can only come to this realisation if we learn to be honest to ourselves. Yea, I know it’s not always that easy.

The heart of the gospel and the heart of love is dying to self. If we are truly going to love others, we have to resist self-centeredness in every form. Self-centeredness means being completely focused on ourselves, wants, our desires, our priorities ect. We constantly expect people around us to exist for our benefit and not for themselves. We believe and think they should work to keep us happy, do what we want, and put…

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Only God Can Judge Us

I have been ghost for so long on my website and I am sorry to those who been expecting blogs and further chapters to my novel on my other page and I am deeply sorry . Ever since I started my new job for 2 months now I have been learning so much and been so busy and tired . I told myself I need to get back on track on here and I should make some time to at least come on once a day . Please forgive 😦 I am back ! With daily blogs and post (ETC) !!

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MASTERPIECES LOST DURING WORLD WAR II – Beauty Bellezza Beauté

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Gustave Courbet, “The Stone Breakers”, 1849 – destroyed during World War II when a transport vehicle moving the pictures to the castle of Königstein, near Dresden, was bombed by A…

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The Glasshouse Mountains

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Glass House Mountains were named by Captain Cook on the 17 May 1770, as he sailed up the east coast of Australia in his Endeavour, approximately 64 kilometres north of Brisbane.  ‘These hills lie but a little way inland, and not far from each other: they are remarkable for the singular form of their elevation, which very much resembles a glass house, and for this reason I called them the Glass Houses.’

These pictures were taken looking from Endeavour Esplanade, Scarborough across Deception Bay.

There are at least a dozen plugs, the remains of volcanoes that pushed their way up through thick almost-horizontal layers of sandstone.

These pictures were taken from Maleny

The countryside around the Glass House Mountains is made of sandstone, geologically called the Landsborough Sandstone. The Landsborough Sandstone is part of an interconnected series of sedimentary basins called the Great Australian Basin, which extends from the east coast of Australia…

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