Author: Gabriel Sader

Some Riddles of Existence, and Their Burdens We Bear

Riddles of existence; what are they?  Well, a riddle would be a problem, simple or complex, that gets you thinking; thinking as to ascertain the answer to the said riddle.  As for the unsolved riddles, there is a burden we


Signs of Multiple Intelligences in the Bible Part II

2 examples of the importance and/or value of musical intelligence 3 people who are word smart 2 people who use logical intelligence 2 people whose understanding of Jesus is rooted in the intelligence of relationships 1 person who is self

Signs of Multiple Intelligences in the Bible Part I

Question set A Luke 10:38-42     Summary:      Mary sat at the Lord’s feet and listened to what he was saying.  Mary sat listening to the Lord while Martha, her sister did household work. Martha wanted Mary’s help to do the jobs,

Commandments of the Modern Catholic Church

I had known that there was 10 Commandments long before the time of Jesus, and another significant commandment was given from Jesus Himself, but what I was not completely aware of in full detail was that the Catholic Church, modern,

Fr Joy’s First Visit

On the morning of September 26/2019, Fr Joy came for a visit to our class.  With no basic theme or context, Fr Joy came to simply tell of his background and who he is.  Fr Joy came to Canada from

What motivates me?

What motivates me?  A simple question, with complex answers, but a simple question nonetheless.  First off,  my answer, or answers, to this simple question without the influence of ‘myBlueprint’ would be that I am motivated by seeing the reward of

Knowledge of My Own Variety – Language and Science

According to the results of the survey I completed on the ‘myBlueprint’ site, my top subject fields are Science, with language arts close behind, and in the number three spot was ‘creative arts’.  Personally, I’m not sure I see myself

The Ten Commandments

1. I am the LORD your God: you shall not have strange Gods before me. I am the LORD your God, put Me first above all things in life,  you shall love Me and fear Me.  But do not fear

My Interests

My interests, according to the survey results on the ‘myBlueprint’ website, would compile to suggest I am a ‘consultant’ .  The website told me that consultants are always deep in thought, a natural problem solver, and have good communication and

The Tenth Commandment and its Connection to the Beatitudes

The ‘poor’ and ‘poor in spirit’ are mentioned in the beatitudes of Matthew and Luke respectively.  There is a largely distinguishable difference between being poor when it comes to wealth, possessions, property, and being poor in spirit.  Being poor in

The Be-Attitudes of the Beatitudes

What are be-attitudes? Let’s take a close look at the term first. It starts with the verb ‘be’, which suggests a way of being, acting, or viewing the world around us.  So with this information, we can elaborate, and take

My Personality

Using the surveys on the ‘My Blueprint’ website I completed, I shed further light on my own personality.  The survey was composed of 40 questions to which I had to choose one of five choices, which were each varying levels

My Style of Learning

On the ‘My Blueprint’ website, I completed a survey meant to show what type of style I use to learn. The survey asked twenty questions, in the form of a brief explanation of a scenario or situation, I was given

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