National Day of Listening 2022 is on Sunday, November 27, 2022: National MCR day?
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Sunday, November 27, 2022 is National Day of Listening 2022. The National Day of Listening is an unofficial day of observance where Americans are encouraged to set aside time to record the stories of their families, friends, and local communities.
The National Day of Listening is an unofficial day of observance where Americans are encouraged to set aside time to record the stories of their families, friends, and local communities.
i am soo exited for that day... i am going to listen to only mcr that day.... i am going to rock out...
i love mcr because they are great rockers... and its a plus that they are amazingly good looking.... i call frank!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Did you know there is a National Day of...?!?
An earthly "national" day of prayer ignores the fact that a Christian's first allegiance is a heavenly government, God's Messianic Kingdom by Christ Jesus.
Jehovah's Witnesses believe that true Christians are "no part of this world". Thus, Witnesses pursue NEUTRALITY in political, nationalistic, and social controversy. The bible quite plainly teaches that Jesus himself refused to become involved in the secular controversies of his day, but instead devoted himself to preaching the "good news of the Kingdom".
The benefits of that Kingdom are permanent, while every human work can only benefit temporarily.
(John 17:14-16) The world has hated [the followers of Christ], because they are no part of the world, just as I am no part of the world. ...They are no part of the world, just as I [Jesus] am no part of the world.
(James 4:4) Adulteresses, do you not know that the friendship with the world is enmity with God? Whoever, therefore, wants to be a friend of the world is constituting himself an enemy of God.
(John 12:7,8,48-50) . . .Jesus said: “...You have the poor always with you, but me you will not have always. ...The word that I have spoken is what will judge [a person] in the last day; because I have not spoken out of my own impulse, but the Father himself who sent me has given me a commandment as to what to tell and what to speak. Also, I know that his commandment means everlasting life.
How do aussies celebrate Australia day?
I usually go and watch people become citizens and listen to some B grade personality do the Australia Day Ambassador address. I guess I feel a little conflicted over the day. I am not sure why the anniversary of the founding of a British colony should be our national day and I think it becomes even more problematic when a god portion of the country's people feel aggrieved by the celebration. The day is not inclusive for all Australians. Over the last 20 years or so it has been a promotion of jingoism of the kind that does not (or at least used not) represent what Australians are about. I find the imagery of people wrapping themselves in the flag or towels/clothing representing the flag to be enormously disrespectful to the flag. Thongs with images of the flag, drunks wearing the flag and spewing, just incredibly sad.
The founding anniversary of the Country would seem like the ideal day to celebrate our national day but that is the 1st January and it is already a holiday and no one wants to get up and go down to the showground at 0800 on new years day to get their free sausage sandwich and watch immigrants become Australian. Perhaps Anzac Day would be a better day but I suspect not because I think our fallen deserve the day completely to them. Maybe we should just pick a day to downplay the jingoistic flag waving and southern cross tattoos.