The Hmong are known as an ethnic group from Laos. They technically don't have a home country for several sad reasons. The Hmong people are unique in their own many special ways, from going through so many hardships to making their culture one of the most beautiful cultures out there. The Hmong are their own people, they are neither Chinese nor Lao, but to learn more about them, enjoy this educational writing about the Hmong.
Are you struggling with loving yourself? With loving all your flaws? Does it just affect your mood, how you stand, walk, talk, and especially your confidence? God is here to teach you how to love all of you no matter what anyone says about you. Their opinions are relevant compared to God's opinions. He made you a masterpiece and if you don't see it now, He will show you sooner than later...
Are you yearning to find the truth to set you free from all the lies and deceits in this world? It's hard to figure out was is real and what is not, but as followers of Christ, we believe that what He says is the truth of all truths. You can find the truth by reading the bible, praying and communicating with God, and asking yourself questions that can be answered.
Trump is still in trial for possibly getting impeached or not. Many people see this as a downfall for President Trump, but is it really? To truly understand what is going on in this situation there are many in depth details to be knowledgeable of before judging what will happen in the future. There are many sides to the stories, do you want to know both sides of the stories?
Trudy Rubin of The Philadelphia Inquirer is struck by how quickly the fire that severely damaged the Notre Dame Cathedral in France has ignited "dueling narratives" regarding the future of the country and the European continent.
Trudy Rubin asked the former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, how to "lead a fight for human rights in a world where mass slaughter of civilians goes unpunished, where populists and autocrats are rising — and where the United States no longer leads a global pushback against human rights crimes?"
Mac Margolis, of Bloomberg News, argues that Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's visit to the United States this week wasn't as disastrous as critics are saying. While many Brazilians feel Bolsonaro humiliated himself fawning over Trump and American culture, Margolis points out that he has taken a significant step in thawing U.S.-Brazil relations and moving his country toward greater participation in the global economy.