"Whoever is angry with someone will be liable to judgement." Matthew 5:21 We have all gotten angry with someone at one time or another. Anger is defined as a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure or hostility. It can go from rage to irritation or a slight exasperation. Before Jesus said this about anger, He gave this strong proclamation: "Of this much I assure you: until heaven and earth pass away, not the smallest letter of the law, not the smallest part of the letter, shall be done…
The Eastern (yellow line) in the southern areas, and St. Lawrence (magenta line) watershed boundaries in the northern areas of this map more-or-less defined almost all of the Royal Proclamation's western boundaries
replace proclamations of I am not able to live in peace with I am peace. I am unlucky in love is replaced by I am love. I am unworthy of happiness becomes I am happiness. The words I am, which you consistently use to define who you are and what you are define you <3
Momentus, shared indirectly from Drawn.ca, a project about sharing defining moments in American history. This one's about the Emancipation Proclamation. Of course I don't agree with every artists' views of different events, but there are some good ones!
The VA Aid & Attendance requires that the Vet have served in a war period. VA Defined War Periods: World War II: Dec 7, 1941-Dec. 31, 1946 Korean Conflict: June 27, 1950-Jan. 31, 1955 Vietnam Era: Aug. 5, 1964-May 7, 1975 For veterans who served Feb. 28, 1961-Aug 5, 1964, must have served “in country” (Viet Nam). Persian Gulf War: Aug 2, 1990- date to be prescribed by Presidential proclamation or law. Must have served active duty for 2 years.
The Royal Proclamation of 1763 was issued October 7, 1763, by King George III following Great Britain's acquisition of French territory in North America after the end of the French and Indian War/Seven Years' War, which forbade all settlement past a line drawn along the Appalachian Mountains.The proclamation, in effect, closed off the frontier to colonial expansion. The proclamation also established or defined four new colonies, three of them on the continent proper.