Your cells need oxygen, and that creates a problem because, how are they going to get it? You need a respiratory system to distribute that O2. But oxygen doesn’t dissolve all that well in the bloodstream – to carry it you need hemoglobin. To get the right amount of hemoglobin you need your kidney cells to regulate their production. And hemoglobin needs iron, but too much iron is toxic to you, so you’ll need a mechanism to regulate the amount of iron your intestines absorb. And you’ll need some means of transporting that iron to where it needs to go.
And on and on it goes. One problem requires you to solve another and another… and all at the same time.
“A mounting body of evidence suggests that social media contributes to the skyrocketing rates of anxiety and depression among teens.” This article suggests the government as the solution, but if parents understand the need, they are already in a position to act.
Did you know that the queen of tidying up wrote her bestseller The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up as a single woman of 27? Now, as a mom of three at 38, she has discovered that if the choice is between a perfectly tidy house or feeding the kids, the kids win every time.
The Asbury Revival is over, but for two weeks in February, something was happening on the campus of Asbury University – students and a growing crowd of thousands of others prayed and worshipped non-stop. For those of us at a distance, there was no pressing need to evaluate what was happening, and as Tim Challies suggests here, we could simply offer guarded optimism.
This is a secular account, but even the irreligious are saying enough is enough.
Here’s a practical argument for small government: for decades now Canada’s federal government has been using taxpayer dollars to fund a leftwing agenda via the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
When this video came out 10 years ago, it was meant to be humorous, more than satiric. It could only be more on the nose now if the speaker had flown in on a private jet to impress on the Amish how they must do their part.