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History has shown that when individuals and nations have kept the commandments of God they have been happy, prosperous, and most blessed. When they have departed from those commandments, pride, strife, contention, and warfare have resulted. There have been times in the history of mankind when nations have brought down upon them the judgments of God, and this because they deliberately chose a course contrary to God’s purposes and their own happiness. Famine, disease, and war—that terrifying triad of human tragedy—have led many great civilizations to ruin and oblivion. Tory BurchLina Slide Sandal ZDE0XbfQ

Speaking as Church President in general conference in 1989, President Benson again emphasized the pride of the nations, which he defined as their enmity toward things of righteousness, as a major cause of their downfall. [35] God rules among the armies of men (see DC 60:4) and is the Lord of Hosts. “Vengeance is mine, . . . saith the Lord” (Romans 12:19). While He is patient and longsuffering, His judgments when they come are “true and righteous” (Psalm 19:9).

Teacher of righteousness . While at times God may manifest His power in mighty works for the salvation of His children or as arbiter of the nations, for the most part He works quietly among the children of men as a teacher of righteousness, distilling truth upon their souls, using the means He deems best adapted to the circumstance. When Jesus Christ was on the earth, He spent most of His mortal ministry teaching people gospel principles. He was the master teacher, the greatest of all time, but note His explanation, “I do nothing of myself; but as my Father hath taught me, I speak these things” (John 8:28). The acquisition of knowledge is a key to progress, a vital part of the pathway to exaltation, which Heavenly Father desires for all His children. Joseph Smith taught that a man can progress only so fast as he gains knowledge, and “if a person gains more knowledge and intelligence in this life through his diligence and obedience than another, he will have so much the advantage in the world to come” (DC 130:18–19).

Part of the great test of life is what we will do with the knowledge we receive. Before the worlds were created, earth life was conceived as a place where the spirit children of Heavenly Father, out of His presence, could exercise their agency and thus learn by their own experience to know the good from the evil. The troubled state of world history which has resulted from people choosing evil over good should not be attributed to God’s lack of dominion or lack of concern but rather to the nature of the plan and to human choice. People have brought many of the calamities of the world upon themselves through violating correct principles.

Joseph Smith understood this grand principle of divine governance. “The powers of heaven cannot be controlled nor handled only upon the principles of righteousness,” he wrote (DC 121:36). When asked how he governed this “vast people,” he said, “I teach the people correct principles, and they govern themselves.” [36] Much evil in the world has flowed from those who have governed according to flawed, oppressive, or corrupt principles, often imposing their selfish interests by compulsion and the sword. When Christ will come to reign on the earth, He will establish a millennium of peace and righteousness on the basis of correct principles and the establishment of just laws. CAMPER Pelotas 87 Sneaker X9381Qz3W

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Man cannot escape exposure to some radiation. We are surrounded by natural radioactivity in the earth and by cosmic rays from outer space. This is called background radiation and cannot be controlled. We are also exposed to manmade radiation, which can and must be controlled.

Much of the manmade radiation people are exposed to comes from electronic products. These include diagnostic x-ray machines, television sets, microwave ovens, radar devices, and lasers. In some cases, as with diagnostic x-rays, radiation emitted from these devices is intentional and serves a useful purpose. In others, as with TV sets, radiation emitted is not intentional and is not essential to the use of the product.

X-rays may be produced when electrons, accelerated by high voltage, strike an obstacle while traveling in a vacuum, as in a TV containing a cathode ray tube (CRT). Since many of the components in television sets operate at thousands of volts, there is the potential for x-ray generation. These components may produce x-rays capable of escaping from the television receiver or CRT. This unintentional emission of x-radiation can pose a potential hazard and must be controlled.

Scientists have not identified specific health effects resulting from exposure to extremely low doses of low-level radiation over prolonged periods of time. However, the current assumption is that there is no threshold of exposure below which x-radiation may not adversely effect human health. It is advisable, therefore, that x-radiation from TV sets, as well as other commonly used electronic products, be kept as low as reasonably achievable. It was for this purpose that Congress enacted the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968 (currently called Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act – Subchapter C – Electronic Product Radiation Control ).

It should be emphasized that most TV sets have not been found to give off any measurable level of radiation, and there is no evidence that radiation from TV sets has resulted in human injury.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has the responsibility for carrying out an electronic product radiation control program mandated by the Electronic Product Radiation Control provisions of the Food Drug and Cosmetic Act. Through it's Center for Devices and Radiological Health, FDA sets and enforces standards of performance for electronic products to assure that radiation emissions do not pose a hazard to public health.

A Federal standard limiting x-ray emissions from TV receivers to 0.5 milliroentgen per hour (mR/hr) was issued on December 25, 1969. The standard is applicable to all TV sets manufactured after January 15, 1970. The overall effect of the standard is to require that TV receivers must not emit x-radiation above the 0.5 mR/hr level when tested under adverse operating conditions. Test conditions do not represent normal use and ensure that when used under normal conditions, TV sets do not pose a radiation hazard.

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By: Toia Barry

Even though there’s been an influx of women embracing their natural texture in the past few years, many are still undecided. Some, having not seen their natural texture since toddler years they struggle with learning how to deal with it, especially in the transitional stage. Is this you? Read on for some helpful advice.

Before anything else, you want to make sure you’re ready to take this journey transitioning to natural hair. Transitioning to your natural texture will only be as hard as you make Yes, there’ll be learning and a trial and error process involved. But by keeping in mind that consistency is the key to your success, you’ll be on your way to a smooth transition.

Here are three practices that’ll help you along the way of your transition.

When that new growth starts growing in, you will quickly realize that dealing with two textures requires TLC. The line of demarcation which is defined as the point where both textures meet is especially fragile, so you must be gentle when manipulating your hair in this state.

We all know that tangles are inevitable, and you may be tempted to just rip through them, especially on wash day. Don’t. A wide tooth comb will be your best friend while transitioning! This will help you gently work through any knots and tangles with minimal if any, breakage. Washing your hair sections will also help prevent the hair from getting matted and minimizes the chance of tangles.

Speaking of wash day, regularly infusing your hair with moisture will give you that extra insurance for manageable hair while transitioning. A product with some slip to it like our Detangling Co-Wash can add moisture while gently cleansing your hair and will help you work through the tangles that come with two textures. Deep conditioning is also very important. Our Babassu Oil Mint Deep Conditioner replenishes moisture but also adds protein which is essential for strengthening your fragile transitioning strands.

Because the natural oils from the scalp don’t easily travel through the entire shaft of curlier textured hair, adding some extra steps to moisturize after washing is recommended. A leave-in conditioner followed by an oil then your styling product will keep those roots from becoming super dry.

Don’t think that you’re limited to styles just because you’re transitioning. The best styles while transitioning will be those that you don’t have to touch for a few days or more. Wet sets like twist-outs, braid-outs and rod sets blend both textures so that the two are less noticeable and will last a week or so. Straightening the hair also blends the two textures, but you should proceed with caution. Use a heat protectant to avoid permanently damaging the strands. If you want to get to know your true texture, though, it’s best to keep straightening to a minimum.

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is truly the best way to make your transitioning period count. Once the hair is moisturized, keeping it tucked away in cornrows, twists or a low bun keeps the moisture in, means less manipulation for you and the best chance for your hair to thrive until you’re ready to chop off those relaxed ends.

There’s so much more we can say about transitioning back to natural! But these are some key tips that should help you get started on your journey to a full head of textured hair!

If you transitioned to your natural texture, what helped you get through it? If you’re struggling with transitioning right now, which tip do you think will help you the most?

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