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In any case, if Jesus did have living descendants today, he would not have only a handful of descendants, but rather thousands of them, perhaps even hundreds of thousands. You see, the further back in time you go, the more living descendants that a person who has living descendants is likely to have. Once you go back 2,000 years, anyone who has living descendants at all would have hundreds of them. Parents typically don’t realize that food tastes different to a child than it does to an adult. So they don’t realize the discomfort that a food might cause. Children are much more sensitive to strong flavors; part of the reason why adults tend to like mustard and hot sauce is that their taste buds have become less sensitive. I recall as a child thinking it was silly that other children wouldn’t eat spinach, so I sat down determined to scarf it down. After one mouthful I gagged; there was something in that spinach that reacted violently with my digestive system. I couldn’t eat any more. My parents didn’t understand (but fortunately, they only chided me; they didn’t force me to eat). Now, as an adult, I no longer have this reflex, and I love the flavor of spinach. But it is my body that changed, not the spinach, and not my “likes and dislikes”. If I still gagged, I would still refuse to eat spinach. I think the right trick for a parent is to find healthy food that children love. That’s not so hard to do, and the main problem is that adults find it to be “bland” (like macaroni and cheese). That means separate foods. But if your goal is to get good nourishment into your child, then it is a worthwhile thing to do. And, in my experience, it is not very hard; children enjoy simple foods, and sometimes surprising foods. My granddaughter particularly loves broccoli. My grandson much prefers couscous to french-fries. That is because you are not educating students for purposes, they’re trained like a circus lion or an elephant, I don’t regret my son failing all the subjects, as far as it is concern with nothing. Had it been an objective oriented lesson plans and curriculums, I would have listened to you and regretted. I handed over my son to you to find out his true potential. I begged from teachers to explore his passion; apparently, he found it himself.
Based on all this evidence that I have described so far, we can conclude that either Jesus did not have any children or, if he did have children, it must have been out of wedlock and very, very secret—so secret that no later Christians ever knew about it. Of these two options, the former is by far the more likely. For one thing, as I have pointed out above, we have no evidence that Jesus had a child and none of our earliest sources ever mention anything about him having a child, so we have no reason to suppose that he did have a child. Furthermore, it makes complete sense within the context of what is known about Jesus’s beliefs for him to have been unmarried, celibate, and without children. Scholars agree that the views expressed by Jesus in the Synoptic Gospels bear many similarities to those of the Essenes, a sect of early first-century apocalyptic Jews who, among other things, believed that it was better to remain unmarried and celibate. Likewise, we know from Paul’s surviving authentic epistles that he was unmarried and celibate and that he viewed this as the most ideal condition, seeing marriage as a perfectly acceptable option, but not the most preferable one. The gospels consistently portray Jesus as indifferent to the ideas of marriage and sexuality, if not openly negative towards them. A saying attributed to Jesus in directly states that marriage will not exist at all in the coming Kingdom of God. The Gospel of Mark is widely considered by scholars to be the earliest and therefore most historically reliable surviving gospel and there is no reason to doubt the authenticity of this saying. The Synoptic Gospels state that Jesus believed that he and his followers should try to live as though the Kingdom of God had already arrived, which indicates that he probably supported a life of unmarried celibacy and, like Paul, believed that it was the most preferable way to live. Obviously, none of these pieces of evidence can completely prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Jesus definitely did not have any children and there is always a tiny, remote chance that he could have, but the evidence strongly indicates that he did not.
So, isn’t this stupid? Say what you may, I think it is. It is stupid and pointless. And even stupider are people who glorify and encourage such behavior. And these very people are the reason why our parents do not enjoy their lives. Supporting and taking care of your kids makes sense when they are incapable of doing that themselves but, there is a point after which the kid becomes a parasite living off of his parents. Completely speculative, but intuitively logical, is the thought that a spinal misalignment or dysfunction uncorrected in childhood could lead to permanent problems as the spine grows and calcifies. Schmorl’s nodes, scoliosis, adolescent-onset migraines, premature disc degeneration with sciatica: how many cases of these problems are caused or worsened by uncorrected childhood subluxations? Teaching kids to manipulate people to get what they want. I had a kid throwing a fit for some unknown reason he refused to tell us when his mom came and picked up. I was running the front desk, and the mom asked him why he was upset. The kid muttered something to her, and then mom came to me and said Preston says he only got one of snack while everyone else got several. I demand that you give him more.” Here’s the thing: I was in his classroom during snack time. I distributed the snack. Everyone got a bowl full of mini vanilla wafers, and everyone got as many servings as they wanted (within reason). What he was saying definitely wasn’t true; he was lying because now that it was close to dinnertime, he was hungry again but knew his mom wouldn’t give him a snack since it would spoil his appetite. The other issue was that we ran out of vanilla wafers. I had to scramble to find some animal crackers while I had to also deal with other parents coming in wanting to pick up their children. This mom was a known manipulator and he had definitely picked that up from her. You’re making the assumption the child isn’t going to grow up to be gay or trans. Putting girls in frilly skirts and boys in athletic shirts is fine to an extent, but if it’s too often, it’s clear you’re forcing gender stereotypes on them unless, of course, they’re at the age where they can choose their own outfits. My boyfriend has a coworker who keeps putting these weird exceptions on his son and then brags about it. It’s gotten to a point where he broke his leg at a theme park.
Suitable for Women/Men/Girl/Boy, Fashion 3D digital print drawstring hoodies, long sleeve with big pocket front. It’s a good gift for birthday/Christmas and so on, The real color of the item may be slightly different from the pictures shown on website caused by many factors such as brightness of your monitor and light brightness, The print on the item might be slightly different from pictures for different batch productions, There may be 1-2 cm deviation in different sizes, locations, and stretch of fabrics. Size chart is for reference only, there may be a little difference with what you get.
- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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