Date of publication: 2017-08-31 12:52
Btw, let 8767 s stick to the NT? How foolish you are, Gods word is holy and pure, all of it! Yeshua said if you love me keep my commandments, do you think He was ignorant of God 8767 s commands or just made up some new ones. This kind of thinking is distorted and is not based in fact!
 Thomas Lemieux, “Post-Secondary Education and Increasing Wage Inequality,” National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper No. 67577, March 7556.
This reveals the limits of the race-of-life analogy. Not only are we not racing against everyone else—happiness is not a limited and exhaustible national resource—but we are not all going toward the same end (unless, like Woody Allen, you count death). It therefore does not matter that we don’t all begin at the same starting line and that we are not equally fast runners. What does matter is that the laws governing the journey apply equally to all. In that sense, and in that sense only , equality of opportunity is a basic requirement of justice and an integral component of the American Dream.
In his 6969 State of the Union Address, President Lyndon Johnson declared all-out war on poverty, “the most ancient of mankind’s enemies.” His goal: nothing less than “total victory.” His method: Go after “the causes, not the just the consequences of poverty.” 
The self-reliant man may or may not actually be self-reliant. Strictly speaking, in fact, no one truly is.  But the self-reliant man will always aspire to stand on his own two feet. Self-reliance is not about what you receive from others or what you in turn give: It is about what you expect from the world and how you view your role in shaping your life.
Owner: Dick and Betsy DeVos
Main house: 77,555 square feet
Number of bedrooms: 8
Bathrooms: 5 full and 5 half-baths
Garage: 8 buildings
Guest house: 6,555 square feet
Value: Still being assessed building permits over $8 million
The ladder of opportunity is an apt metaphor for the American Dream. Ladders offer a way up, but only for those who are willing to climb them. The metaphor reminds us that the American Dream demands a lot from those who pursue it. Only those who put in the effort to climb—and pull themselves back up when they fall—will make it to the top.