Worry Freak

How to recede from being a worry-freak? Okay, I hate to admit it but I am not really the kind of out-going person although today is an exception. So I went on a casual travel to the famous city of "Sorrento" and I just realized that by going out and seeing wider space areas, I... Continue Reading →

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A youth’s desperation

I know it sounds like another mind boggling issue, yet again today, I am writing to release my emotions to feel better. I've hurt a lot of people by continually hurting myself. My own "wise" words go back to me and they're eating me alive. I know that I still have a lot of things... Continue Reading →

Squalor state of mind

"Humility is a surveillant eye that keeps you from vain glory" I'm troubled about writing a Christian story for our movie. One way or another, it pushes you to think deeper until you come to the poignant part and end up staring absent-mindedly and feeling dried up. This time though, I am writing my thought. Although, I admit... Continue Reading →

Balancing Acts – A Tale of Two Kingdoms

A really clear explanation of what it means to be constant and devout. I learnt that not all things can be obtained by gaining more, but instead, you only have to choose one and then, enroot yourself on that path.

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tom bEditor’s Note: Tom Beutel, a regular contributor to PeaceSigns, is Professor Emeritus of Computer Science at Mount Vernon Nazarene University in Mount Vernon, Ohio. Balancing Acts is a monthly feature of PeaceSigns.

by Tom Beutel

“choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve”

(Joshua 24:15)

When I was younger, I was not much of a reader. It was not until early adulthood that I took a real interest in reading, even joining, as many did then, the Book-of-the-Month Club. As a teen, I tried to be interested in reading, but, other than schoolwork, without much success. One book in particular that intrigued me was Charles Dickens A Tale of Two Cities. I started it many times, but never got very far.

I thought of Dickens’ masterpiece because of the familiar opening and because it provides a nice play on words for the title of this article. And, in…

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My WordAds Review

Read this article and I remembered that it’s not about being practical that we should purposefully hold on to as we live, but rather, it’s about making daily efforts by doing what is right regardless of how it can oppose your desires.

This storyline is an experience of using wordads, a money-making program dedicated for premium users of wordpress bloggers. Guys, I believe you have to read this because it makes sense. The positive bottomline is, keep on writing and sharing your thoughts under no circumstance!

Cheers 🙂

Diary of Dennis

It´s some time ago when the WordPress.com people introduces WordAds. They talked about WordAds first time in November 2011 and I reblogged the news at that time. WordAds is a program that allows bloggers of the wordpress.com community to earn some money. This works on the way that they can enable ads on your blog and you will be paid by cost per impression (CPI) or in other words, the more people visit your blog the more you can earn.

Now some people would say that they don´t want ads on their blog but the reality is that there are already ads on your wordpress.com blog unless you paid for the no ads upgrade. I started blogging with the intention to have a platform where I can write down my thoughts or where I can collect content I produced. We get a lot of stuff for free here…

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Roadtrip fantasies

Do you also immagine about a lot of things while on a roadtrip? Well, don't worry, you're not the only one. Since, I'm in a car right  now, might as well write a momentary update in this blog 🙂 *** Summing up my weekly travelling interval, the average time I would have measures up to... Continue Reading →

#throwbackthursday

I've got watery eyes today for being too much engrossed on the computer. A friendly reminder to everyone reading this, "Don't forget to blink your eyes when you're looking on a techy screen". *** For the last couple of weeks, I carelessly broke the screen of my old phone. I was quite disappointed since I never... Continue Reading →

Me, Myself & I

Hello and welcome to my personal blog, the "torn out page". You might be wondering why I chose that name. Well, first of all, I want to express myself more through writing. This blog is kind of like an open book about, perhaps, a quarter of my life's experience. Sometimes you just gotta have to release... Continue Reading →

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