When I consider all the Lovely Things
God has created,
among them are the Treasures
of our emotions
And we can do no better
than letting the passion,
of our Mortal Being
drift into our
we feel for one another,
is the same Love
feels for us.
“The Love of God
is greater far
than tongue or pen
can ever tell.”
– Frederick Lehman
permit the Love of God
and out into the Hearts
we come to know
and to understand,
the Ultimate Reality
The most profound
are the least
for there is almost
to compare them to.
The clearly finite mind
It simply cannot visualize
“To know that what is
impenetrable to us
manifesting itself as the Highest Wisdom
and the most radiant Beauty
which our dull faculties can comprehend
only in their most primitive forms
– this knowledge, this feeling,
is at the center of all
– Albert Einstein
If you stand
on ground you’ve never felt before,
to say things
held deep in your Heart,
subtle secrets of unfathomable Beauty,
that you have not told,
will reveal themselves
The colors of Love,
in shades from
you may think
will never last.
they never did,
would you and I
to think about
anything at all?
What would you say
to someone you Loved
than Life itself?
cannot come to be
more known to
you and me,
than to never know
We are in an Ocean
of waters deep,
is just out of reach.
My Dear Friends,
we are made for each other
and not for solitude,
which can only engender
and no delight.
know that Love
is what Life
is really all about,
leaves us swirling,
in distance growing farther and farther
drifting, afloat and
if we will drown,
before Life can even
let us Love one another,
for Love is from God,
and whoever Loves
has been born of God
and knows God. “
– 1 John 3:16
and the one
you hold deep in your Heart,
compromise whatever is pure,
For as you
God Loves You.
in this moment
you are Loved,
forever and ever.
–1 Corinthians 13:8
what do I do?
with a Heart blistered still,
from working far too hard
shaped into shields,
and looks surreal,
in the vast sea
of never fully knowing,
the Love of God
like a Raging River
and through you.
“I was wondering
why Life is so hard.
Being a Human,
it’s really hard.
For our whole Life,
from the day you are born
until the last breath.
Sometimes I wish I was a Tree,
or maybe rain,
but not Human.
– Mr Lennonson
is much like
the colors of a
some shades of Light
to be viewed,
never that can engender
a power or a delight
of the Human Heart,
you truly see the
of the vast Unknown
is no greater by far
can be measured,
by the minute,
or the hour
or our Time
on this Earth.
“A good Love
is one that casts you into the wind,
sets you ablaze,
makes you burn through the skies
and ignite the night like a phoenix;
the kind that cuts you loose like a wildfire
and you can’t stop running
simply because you keep on burning
everything that you touch!”
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Which countries have plans
for all new cars to be electric, and when?
in Green Car Reports
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Plug-in electric cars currently make up a fairly small percentage of the millions of new vehicles sold globally.
But within the next two decades, they may be the only new cars available for sale in certain countries.
Multiple countries have announced plans to end the sale of new internal-combustion cars as a way to cut carbon emissions.
DON’T MISS: Norway’s Goal: All New Cars Will Be Emission-Free By 2025 To Cut Carbon
So which one will be the first?
Norway is likely the friendliest nation in the world for electric cars, and it was the first to discuss making all new cars electrically powered (whether via batteries or hydrogen fuel cells).
The Scandinavian country already offers generous incentives to electric-car buyers, and has built up substantial charging infrastructure.
Electric cars already account for an average 24 percent of new-car sales in Norway, but certain politicians are pushing for them to make up 100 percent of new-car sales by 2025.
This goal was first proposed last August by Ola Elvestuen, a member of Norway’s parliament and Chair of the Standing Committee on Energy and the Environment.
Norway’s major political parties have now agreed to this “complete ban” on new internal-combustion cars, The Independent reported earlier this month.
MORE: India’s ambitious goal: all electric vehicles on roads by 2030
The Netherlands is also moving to end sales of new gasoline and diesel cars by 2025.
In April, the Dutch parliament passed a motion to that effect, although it would still have to be approved by the senate to become law.
Hybrids would still be allowed under the proposed rule, and internal-combustion cars sold before 2025 would be grandfathered for operation until the ends of their lives.
Like Norway, The Netherlands boasts significant electric-car incentives, and electric cars account for a greater share of sales than in most countries.
Both Norway and The Netherlands also have concentrated populations, meaning short average commuting distances that won’t tax shorter-range electric cars.
That’s less true of Germany, where electric cars currently account for a relatively low percentage of sales.
Yet Deputy Economy Minister Rainer Baake believes the country should ban sales of new gasoline and diesel cars by 2030.
Baake believes an emission-free car fleet is the only way to meet Germany’s goal of cutting carbon emissions 80 percent by 2050, according to Bloomberg.
The government also wants to put 1 million electric cars on German roads by 2020.
Right now, electric cars only account for about 0.6 percent of new-vehicle sales in Germany, although an incentives program approved by lawmakers in May could help boost sales.
The country with the most ambitious electric-car goal, though, may be India.
Rather than simply ending sales of new internal-combustion cars, India’s government wants to make all cars in the country electric by 2030.
This would hinge on an incentive program that would allow people to buy electric cars very cheaply.
However, the proposal faces the challenge of instigating mass electric-car adoption in one of the world’s most populous nations, and creating the necessary infrastructure to support all of those new cars.
Many Indian homes do not have access to electricity at all, and the country currently relies heavily on fossil fuels to generate power.
But with some of the worst air pollution in the world, India may have the greatest incentive of any country to make all of the cars on its roads electric.
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January 8 – May 24 2019
Jan. 21 (Monday) Rev. Dr. Martin L. King Holiday
Jan. 25 (Friday) Fort Worth Stock Show
Feb. 18 (Monday) President’s Day Holiday
Mar. 8 (Friday) Texas Storytelling Festival in Denton
Mar. 11 -15 Spring Break Holidays
April 19 & 22 (Fri. & Mon.) Good Friday & Easter Holidays
April 30, (Tuesday) Scarborough Renaissance Festival
May 20 Prep. Day for Adventure Trip …………………………………………………….(no school)
May 21 – 24 Adventure Trip
May 24 Last Day of Semester
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(to be announced later) for In-service Training.
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if school is closed due to
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the school will close if Fort Worth I. S. D. is closed.
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