Learning new things is a distraction or break from your current life situation stressors. Learning new things has many benefits. Learning something new can reduce stress. Once you find a new hobby that you enjoy, that hobby is a break from reality, it is distraction from our daily worries! When we have success in our new hobbies, we gain more confidence in ourselves. When these two things are combined together, you will also improve your mental health. One reason why learning has a positive impact on our mental well-being is that it is often about setting goals or targets and achieving these. This sense of achievement is an important part of your mental sanity.
I am the guy that gets beat up….
A Comedy sketch I am in….
music video I am in…a cover of a Toby Mac song, it was fun!
Explain THAT to your insurance company – That was funny
I really loved these. Some of them make you wonder if the driver was on drugs…, or maybe even the vehicle itself!
Bill Would Allow Texas School to Grant Master’s Degree in Science for Creationism, A state legislator is waging a war of biblical proportions against the science and education communities in Texas …exciting…
The Barna Group
College women may be drinking to excess to impress their male counterparts on campuses across the country, but a new study suggests most college men are not looking for a woman to match them drink for drink.
Pelosi – Enforcing American Laws is Un-American | Clipmarks
This woman seems to believe that giving the country away to illegals is a full-time job.
As well as being tasty morsels when they’re young and a comforting place for lonely men to rest their weary boners, you can also use sheep to play video games, and even, paint a portrait in sheep’s clothing! Un-baa-lievable! [promoted content]
This is interesting…
More babies were born in the United States in 2007 than any year in the nation’s history, topping the peak during the baby boom 50 years earlier, federal researchers reported Wednesday.
America is having babies!
If you really want to follow the development of conservative Christianity, track its musical hits. In the early 1900s you might have heard “The Old Rugged Cross,” a celebration of the atonement.
Calvinism is back!