Japan declares coronavirus emergency, prepares near $1 trln stimulus — Financial Post

TOKYO — Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday declared a state of emergency to fight new coronavirus infections in major population centers and unveiled a stimulus package he described as among the world’s biggest to soften the economic blow. Read More

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The War Of Faith — Unshakable Hope

It is becoming apparent for everyone to see just how fragile the hopes of this world are. It only took a microscopic organism to expose that the hopes of this world don’t deserve our trust. Mary and I learned this lesson twenty-three years ago when diagnosed with ALS. My health was taken from me, and […]

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Faith — Mitch Teemley

I have my doubts about those who have no doubts (there’s a reason it’s called faith). So, why do I believe? Because there’s Someone I trust more than I trust myself.

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To Australia, With Love — Jane Lurie Photography

A tribute to Australia with hope that recovery has begun in the midst of the worst bushfires in history.

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Peace — Jet Eliot

Whether it’s a pandemic, disaster, or personal devastation, there are times in all our lives when a few moments of peace can bring us into balance. Here are a few reminders of the sweetness of life on earth, I hope they bring you peace. No matter what is unfolding in these weeks of chaos […]

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U.S. consumers fear for jobs, debt payments due to coronavirus: NY Fed survey | One America News Network — Truth2Freedom’s Blog

April 6, 2020 By Jonnelle Marte (Reuters) – The economic toll of the coronavirus pandemic hit home for Americans last month, as consumers braced for job losses, anticipated spending cuts and grew more pessimistic about their ability to cover their bills, according to data released by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on Monday. […]

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Oil falls after Saudi Arabia, Russia delay meeting, Cushing stockpiles soar — Financial Post

NEW YORK — Oil prices slumped on Monday, pulling back from last week’s gains after Saudi Arabia and Russia delayed a meeting of oil producers aimed at resolving growing worldwide oversupply as the coronavirus pandemic pummels demand. Read More

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Arizona Desert Beauty — Untipsyteacher

Dear Readers, Please forgive my absence from commenting on blogs. Mr. UT and I have been in Arizona this week! We went from snow in Minneapolis, to warm and sunny in the Phoenix area. We are blessed that we can travel. Many people would love to, but aren’t able to due money or lack of […]

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Antelope Canyon-Arizona-Usa — Travelling around the world

I decided to go to Antelope Canyon, the best time to go it is around 12.00 h because the light comes through the groove and it is a very nice moment for the photographer to catch the light, and for the visitors. Once you are inside it is very nice to see the natural area […]

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Arizona Living — Two Trails One Road

Hello… and Happy Sunday Friends! Are you ready for some SOUTHWEST LOVE! Many people think the desert is brown. We live in the Sonoran Desert here in amAZing Arizona. It’s far from Brown! I hope I can make you think otherwise? And yes… we have lakes here as well… When taking a walk at our […]

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