We all need a daily dose of dew.
My son and I talk about the dew a lot. He carefully steps on small rocky areas so he doesn’t get his shoes wet as we plop on the bench each morning to wait for the bus.
He gets annoyed at the wet grass that he normally plays in. But I remind him that God sends the dew faithfully each morning to feed the grass. Even in the heat of summer, the dew arrives.
We all need dew. Daily, life-giving physical, emotional, and spiritual dew.
There’s a reason that a popular soft drink is called “Mountain Dew,” although the sugary, caffeinated syrup is far from what would be *real* “mountain dew.” They wanted an image of refreshment.
How will you refresh yourself today? What is your daily dew?
DOE MAAR DUURZAAM DONDERDAG!
Koud? Steek kaarsen aan!🕯️ Eentje heeft natuurlijk geen zin, maar van een paar kaarsen wordt het al gauw een stuk warmer. (Een trui🧥 aantrekken helpt natuurlijk ook) #DEW#DutchEarthWeek#TURNIT#DuurzameDonderdag#Tip
The High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) is a congressionally initiated program jointly managed by the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy. The United States Congressional records show that HAARP is funded by the US government. The U.S. Senate set aside $15 million dollars in 1996 (Clinton administration) to develop the ability to penetrate the earth with signals bounced off of the ionosphere.HAARP uses ground-penetrating radar (GPR) to beam pulses of polarized high-frequency radio waves into the ionosphere. These pulses can be finely tuned and adjusted so that the bounced ground penetrating beam can target a very specific area and for a specific length of time. Beaming a very large energy beam into the ground for an extended period can cause an earthquake. After all, an earthquake is the result of a sudden release of energy in the Earth’s crust that creates seismic wave resonances. The same array of antennas that are used by HAARP for ground penetrating tomography can also be used to penetrate deep into the ground and cause an earthquake anywhere around the World.