Atheism and Tragedy

How do atheists deal with tragedy? How do they grieve? What is their opinion on tragedy? How do Atheists cope, when there is no “God’s plan” to fall back on? This article offers some insight on how Atheists get a handle on misfortunate events and happenings that plague everyone’s lives.

http://www.atheistrepublic.com/blog/makeesha/atheism-tragedy

MÖTLEY CRÜE’s TOMMY LEE Is Enjoying ‘The Golden Years’ Of His Life: It’s Been Pretty F**king Rad’

Mötley Crüe was one of my favorite bands when I was a teenager…even now. The band itself retired a couple of years ago, with a big farewell tour, but each member continues to make music on their own (with a couple of collaborations between Nikki Six and Tommy, for the movie “The Dirt”).

This video by Ben Coleman is a self-reflection of Tommy Lee’s days in  Mötley Crüe, his regrets, his “retirement” and why he creates …as told by Tommy himself.

Malawian Teen Taught Himself How To Build A Windmill For His Villiage…From Junk

An incredible and inspiring young man. He is a credit to his family and village! If there is anything to take away from this, it’s that you should never hold back or give up on helping your fellow man, no matter how big or small you can contribute.

Also, I hope this act of love will be a wake-up call to those who can reach out to under-developed areas…such as musician Akon has done, and help where they can.

Image: Science Times

 

https://urbanintellectuals.com/malawian-teen-taught-build-windmill-junk-brought-power-village-learned-library-books/

Preparing for the Future When Your Child Has Autism

Most capable adults take their ability to plan for the future for granted. When we are younger, we can dream and aspire to be what we want. To prepare for that, we study hard or gain skill.

Later, we have children, and we pass this trait on to them.

But, what if our children don’t have the capacity that we have, and have challenges? What can we do? What would you do?

© autism.org.uk

https://themighty.com/2019/02/preparing-future-child-autism/