In Business Since 2001 We accept Paypal
Home for Writers for Publishers Article Directory Article Search
Guides
Article Marketing Secrets
20-Min Article Writing
Author Resource Box
35 Traffic Strategies
Kindle Uploads 101
Fantastic Fiction Decoded


Click Here to
see on Amazon


Site Navigation
Home

Writing Services
+ FAQ

FAQ

+ About Us
+ Blogs
Search Tools
+ Search Our Articles
Article Directory
+ Authors
+ Articles
Other Sites We Own
Writing Puzzle

Professional Book Marketing

Platt Publishing

Marketing Help


 
Article Teaser: Each Jewish holiday is a lesson in life. What is the unique lesson of Passover? Freedom. It's the type of freedom that has given the Jewish people it's power to survive and to thrive. It's not a freedom of the body as much as a freedom of the spirit. And this freedom is available at Passover-time to help you achieve whatever you want. A person with true freedom knows no bounds, and can achieve whatever they wish. They are free to change themselves and change the world!

Keep reading below...

An Insight Into Passover

Copyright (c) 2007-2017

Each Jewish holiday is a lesson in life. What is the unique lesson of Passover? Freedom. It's the type of freedom that has given the Jewish people it's power to survive and to thrive. It's not a freedom of the body as much as a freedom of the spirit. And this freedom is available at Passover-time to help you achieve whatever you want. A person with true freedom knows no bounds, and can achieve whatever they wish. They are free to change themselves and change the world!

On Sukkot, the holiday of joy, the Jewish people focus on the need to increase their joy. On Rosh Hashana, they commit to working on goals. On Yom Kippur, they focus on a sense of regret and a returning to where they should be. On Passover, the holiday of freedom, everyone thinks they are free and gives thanks for that freedom.

The challenge of Passover is to appreciate that this may not be true.

The holiday of Passover marks the anniversary of the birth of the Jewish nation. The story of the Jewish nation is one of individuals who became a family, who became a people. The great individuals who laid the spiritual foundation of Jewish people hood were Abraham and Sarah, their son and daughter-in-law Isaac and Rebecca, and their son and daughters-in-law Jacob, Rachel and Leah.

From Jacob, Rachel and Leah came a family of 70 people who, due to a famine in Israel, were forced to migrate to Egypt. In Egypt, this family grew and prospered to such an extent that they eventually came to be seen as a threat to their Egyptian hosts. Respect and admiration turned to contempt, and finally to an organized program of enslavement and oppression. After 210 years, and a series of unheeded warnings by Moses to Pharaoh which resulted in the Ten Plagues, God liberated a nation which had grown from the original family of 70 people. Seven weeks later this newly conceived nation received the Torah at Mount Sinai.

Slavery takes many forms; not all shackles are made of iron. Once slavery becomes a way of life, the slave may even become unaware of his own servitude. Passover is a "virtual reality experience" in freedom---and the Haggadah is the guidebook. It assists each Jew in unearthing his own "slavery". The Seder is a seminar on how to be truly free, and on Passover night they re-enact the transformation of leaving Egypt and slavery, and moving on to freedom.

Out of the original events of Passover emerged the greatest and longest standing empire of the world. Not an empire of space, but an empire of thought--Jewish thought. The story of Passover is the story of the beginnings of the Jewish people, a people that set out to form a "new world order" with a new morality and new concepts of life.

Experiences come through two vehicles: Experiences of the body, and experiences of the mind. Passover is a "mind" holiday. We have to become free--not from a physical oppressor, but from a spiritual, mental one. Ideas may enslave us. Pressures, self-imposed limits--all these are in our mind. To be free of them, we must first understand them. But first we must become aware of those things that enslave us on a "subconscious" level.

The Haggadah is the story of the birth of the Jews as a people. It deals primarily with the events in Egypt which led from slavery to liberation, though it also spans the entire period from Abraham to the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai. One could say that the Haggadah is the national birth certificate as well as the Declaration of Independence for the Jewish people. More than just a historical document, it also speaks of the ideals and values which constitute the essence of their national consciousness and identity.

The word "haggadic" means to tell, or to relate. The Haggadah is a vivid narrative which is set in the context of a parent-child dialogue. Passover, with the Haggadah as its focus, tells every Jew three things: who you are, where you came from, and what you stand for.

The message inherent in the Haggadah is that Jewish identity and continuity hinge on encouraging children to ask questions--and being prepared as parents to provide sensitive and substantive answers. In Judaism, being learned, knowledgeable, and wise is not only a goal, it is a prerequisite.

Passover celebrates this history. The first 2 nights of the 8 day holiday are celebrated with lavish meals called Seders. The Passover Seder is a special Jewish ritual which takes place on the first evening of Passover in Israel, and on the first and second evenings of Passover in the Jewish diaspora. The next ones will be on Monday night April 2 and Tuesday night April 3, 2007. Incorporating the holiday meal, the Seder relives the enslavement and subsequent Exodus of the Children of Israel from Ancient Egypt through the words of the Haggadah, the drinking of Four Cups of Wine, the eating of matzot, and the eating of and reference to symbolic foods placed on the Passover Seder Plate.

The Seder is considered an integral aspect of Jewish faith and identity. As the Haggadah--which contains the complete Seder service--explains, without the Exodus, the Jews would still be slaves to the Egyptian Pharaoh and would never have realized their role as a nation. Therefore this is an occasion for much praise and thanksgiving to God. It is considered a mitzvah (commandment) to embellish one's retelling of the Exodus on this night. Often the Seder lasts into the early hours of the morning of the next day, as participants continue to learn Torah and talk about the events of the night and sing special Passover songs included in the Haggadah.

Unlike other public holiday observances that are traditionally held in the synagogue, the Seder is specifically designed to be conducted by a family at home, with or without guests. The words and rituals of the Seder are a primary vehicle for the transmission of the Jewish faith from parent to child, and from one generation to the next.

There are a number of foods eaten during the ritual Seder family meal partaken on the first two nights of Passover. Family customs may vary the items served at the Seder, but the following food items traditionally appear on the Seder plate:

Matzoh: Three unleavened matzohs are placed within the folds of a napkin as a reminder of the haste with which the Israelites fled Egypt, leaving no time for dough to rise. Two are consumed during the service, and one (the Aftkomen), is spirited away and hidden during the ceremony to be later found as a prize.

Maror: Bitter herbs, usually horseradish or romaine lettuce, used to symbolize the bitterness of slavery.

Charoses: A mixture of apples, nuts, wine, and cinnamon, as a reminder of the mortar used by the Jews in the construction of buildings as slaves.

Beitzah: A roasted egg, as a symbol of life and the perpetuation of existence.

Karpas: A vegetable, preferably parsley or celery, representing hope and redemption; served with a bowl of salted water to represent the tears shed.

Zeroah: Traditionally a piece of roasted lamb shankbone, symbolizing the paschal sacrificial offering.

Wine: Four glasses of wine are consumed during the service to represent the four-fold promise of redemption, with a special glass left for Elijah the prophet.

As Passover approaches, remember friends and family with a beautiful centerpiece for the Seder table. Fresh flowers add elegance to any gathering and are sure to enhance the special times that are shared during this holy time.

Be sure to contact your favorite flower shop to order your Passover flowers or plants early. If you would like to send a gift of food, your florist will be able to make a wonderful gift basket filled with kosher delights to help you and your friends celebrate the holiday.

Whether you are setting your own special Seder table or going to the home of friends or a family member, be sure to remember to stop by your favorite florist for lots of great holiday gift ideas.


About The Author: Shop Amazon - Top Gift Ideas
Wesley Berry is member of the American Academy of Floriculture (AAF) and President of Wesley Berry Flowers, a successful multi-million dollar floral business that was established in 1946. His shops provide flower delivery worldwide through Flower Delivery Express. Visit Wesley Berry Flowers on the web at www.800wesleys.com

Follow "The Phantom Writers" on Twitter (@phantomwriters)
to be notified when new articles are made available.


VOTE ON THIS ARTICLE
Needs Work >> 0 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 << Excellent Article

Tell our authors what you think about their article.



Top-Level Category: Family Articles || Related Categories: Education Articles and Shopping Articles

10 Most Recent Articles Written by Wesley Berry, AAF

The History And Traditions Of Easter
Written by: Wesley Berry, AAF | Distributed: 2009-03-03 | Word Count: 1142 | Page Views: 3383 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.60
Easter, the Christian festival commemorating the resurrection of Christ, was the earliest feast day decided upon by the ancient Christian Church. Like its Jewish predecessor Passover, it is a movable feast, based on the lunar calendar rather than falling on the same Sunday every year. It is a joyous festival and a time of redemption.

Valentine's Day Is The Perfect Opportunity For Romancing Your Loved One With Flowers
Written by: Wesley Berry, AAF | Distributed: 2009-01-01 | Word Count: 396 | Page Views: 2732 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 1.43
It's a sad fact that the American culture lacks in romance-a recent survey conducted by Brusking/Goldring Research for the Society of American Florists (SAF) revealed just how bad the situation is. According to the survey, only 19 percent of men rate themselves as at least a seven on a scale of one to 10. Even worse, women agree! Only 19 percent of them rank their husbands or significant others as at least a seven.

Valentine's Day Flower Sales
Written by: Wesley Berry, AAF | Distributed: 2009-01-01 | Word Count: 438 | Page Views: 3543 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 3.25
77 percent of florists reported that their Valentine's Day sales in 2006 rose by an average of 16.2 percent. With numbers like that, it seems more and more people are beginning to understand the power that flowers have to make those we love see just how important they are to us.

Pamela Anderson Can Have A White Christmas With Holiday Party Flowers
Written by: Wesley Berry, AAF | Distributed: 2008-12-01 | Word Count: 333 | Page Views: 3354 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 3.33
Having recently married, it's likely that Pamela Anderson will want to host a Christmas party with her new husband, Kid Rock. If that's the case, she needn't worry that her home in sunny California will be lacking a white Christmas. Even if there's no snow outside, she can bring a touch of white inside with gorgeous white Christmas arrangements.

It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas...With Flowers!
Written by: Wesley Berry, AAF | Distributed: 2008-11-25 | Word Count: 443 | Page Views: 3027 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 1.78
Which holiday is the biggest for flower sales? I'll bet you're thinking Valentine's Day or Mother's Day. Well, those two are certainly big, but it's Christmas that draws more customers into flower shops than any other holiday. Perhaps that's because flowers bring a festive feel to any room they adorn while also making people feel happy and welcome.

Hilary Duff May Choose An Artificial Christmas Tree This Year
Written by: Wesley Berry, AAF | Distributed: 2008-11-03 | Word Count: 385 | Page Views: 2787 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 3.50
According to two separate reports, more Americans are choosing plastic trees over fresh, live trees. The U.S. Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service reported that sales of authentic trees hit their peak four years ago at $517 million, and an ABC News/Washington Post poll indicated that 58 percent of people in the United States purchase fake Christmas trees.

Gear Up For Thanksgiving With Fall-Themed Flowers
Written by: Wesley Berry, AAF | Distributed: 2008-09-23 | Word Count: 412 | Page Views: 3252 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.60
The holidays are fast upon us and your florist is undoubtedly beginning to display beautiful fall flower arrangements and products just in time for Thanksgiving. And, since florists who responded to a recent Society of American Florists (SAF) survey chimed in to say that 27% of them had higher Thanksgiving sales in 2005 than they did in 2004, you're bound to see an even greater offering of autumn beauty than you did last year.

Halloween Fun At Your Local Flower Shop
Written by: Wesley Berry, AAF | Distributed: 2008-09-09 | Word Count: 406 | Page Views: 3500 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 3.25
Halloween is just around the corner and you're thinking gruesome costumes, haunted houses, ghosts, black cats, witches, bats, and...flowers! What's that you say? You're NOT thinking about flowers for Halloween? Your florist is and you should be, too!

December Is The Month Of Christmas, The Poinsettia, And Britney Spears
Written by: Wesley Berry, AAF | Distributed: 2008-06-30 | Word Count: 463 | Page Views: 3065 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 3.22
Born December 2, 1981, pop princess Britney Spears was born not just in the month of Christmas, but also in the month of the poinsettia, which is December's birth flower.

Fourth Of July Flowers
Written by: Wesley Berry, AAF | Distributed: 2008-06-25 | Word Count: 429 | Page Views: 7379 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 2.17
Your Fourth of July celebration could begin and end with a real bang when you use flowers to accent and decorate the day. If you're thinking you need to stick with the traditional red, white, and blue carnation arrangements you normally see on Independence Day, think again! Flowers come in so many varieties and they're so easy to customize to the occasion that the possibilities are endless.

All of Author's Articles on this site:

Most Recent "Family" Articles

Why We Women Are Our Own Greatest Enemy When Dating
Written by: RoseMary Alberts | Distributed: 2013-11-06 | Word Count: 544 | Page Views: 4142 | Votes: 20 | Rating: 1.90
I have learned that while there are women who want to be committed to one man, there are some others who seek only attention, gifts, dinners, movies etc, and still others who are only interested in having a physical relationship. But all these three categories cannot be used as a base to judge women and their point of view about relationships only because, like I said, "Women never know what they want." So read on and you will know what I mean...

When A Strong Woman Can Make You A Better Man
Written by: Coalton Reynolds | Distributed: 2013-11-05 | Word Count: 625 | Page Views: 6987 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 1.89
Behind every man, there is a strong women. After my recent split with my girlfriend of two years I have found myself thinking how much I have changed. At first, I just thought I was only different around her, but now I seem to be a totally different person.

Tips to Help You Get Back in the Dating Game After a Long-Term Relationship Ends
Written by: RoseMary Alberts | Distributed: 2013-10-30 | Word Count: 773 | Page Views: 4496 | Votes: 15 | Rating: 1.40
There are very few things in life that are as terrifying, frustrating, rewarding, exciting and just plain crazy as dating; especially if you have ceased to be a "spring chicken" or have been out of the dating scene for many years. If you've found yourself "back on the market" after being in a committed relationship for many years, you may be petrified by the prospect of dating again. The tips in this article will help you get back into the game quickly and successfully...

The Eight Commandments of Online Dating
Written by: Kandice Skaggs | Distributed: 2013-10-24 | Word Count: 1153 | Page Views: 1556 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.00
Dating and "desperate" may start with the same letter, but they are not synonymous. Never were and never will be. If you take the time to follow these eight online dating commandments, you might be able to find the happiness you seek at the other end of your online dating communications.

The Day My Daughter Woke Me Up to See That Her Father Never Really Loved Me
Written by: Mary Ann Lipitz | Distributed: 2013-10-18 | Word Count: 527 | Page Views: 3407 | Votes: 16 | Rating: 2.19
I am 31 years old with two children, and I was in a relationship with the man I loved until two years ago. We were not married but we lived together, and yes he is the father of my children. We had been together for more than five years at that point, but we never felt the need to get married. We had been happy the way things were, until one day my daughter changed all that, at least for me.

Dating Rules Explained: How to Turn Your Date Into a Relationship
Written by: RoseMary Alberts | Distributed: 2013-10-16 | Word Count: 779 | Page Views: 5376 | Votes: 18 | Rating: 1.67
How adults behave on a date depends more on their intentions towards the other person than it does on other factors. For instance, a man who really likes a woman is going to behave differently towards her than he would a woman he is only casually interested in. Sometimes, it is hard to know the difference.

6 Things You Can Do Today To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint Tomorrow
Written by: Lee Dobbins | Distributed: 2011-12-12 | Word Count: 845 | Page Views: 3286 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 0.75
Reducing your carbon footprint is something that everyone should strive for but what if you don't have a lot of money to buy eco friendly appliances and hybrid cars? Here are 6 easy things that you can do right now to help reduce your carbon footprint. These won't cost you a dime and might even save you some money!

Raise Responsible Children
Written by: Marvin Marshall, Ed.D. | Distributed: 2011-07-19 | Word Count: 926 | Page Views: 569 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 3.00
Using the strategies outlined here will help give your children both roots and wings. You will find yourself on the parenting journey to raise responsible children with less stress and more enjoyment for everyone involved.

Alpaca Wear Makes Terrific Gifts for Men and Women
Written by: Robert Moore | Distributed: 2010-07-27 | Word Count: 772 | Page Views: 2751 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 1.00
Alpaca wear has a long and venerable history and the first record of Alpacas was in the Andean mountains. Alpacas were perfect for producing a fiber suitable for protecting these people from their extreme climate. Alpaca fiber is similar to wool and known for its beauty, luster, warmth, and stain resistance.

Top Ten 'Mistakes' Made by Parents America
Written by: Ryan Hogan | Distributed: 2010-04-27 | Word Count: 970 | Page Views: 3394 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 2.00
On one hand the word "mistake" may be too harsh. Every child is different and only you really know if your offspring is happy and flourishing. Therefore, who is to say what a parenting mistake is and is not? On the other hand, "mistake" may not be harsh enough.

Most Viewed "Family" Articles

Girls Sleepover Party Ideas
Written by: Jillian Gallo | Distributed: 2008-09-16 | Word Count: 837 | Page Views: 15149 | Votes: 138 | Rating: 2.07
Throwing a sleepover for your daughter is one of the most memorable events she will have from her childhood. Regardless of her age, these parties make memories she will take with her as she grows up. How can you make these nights more memorable? By following a few tips, you can make the most out of your daughter's next sleepover.

How To Identify Toxic Black Mold
Written by: Daryl Watters | Distributed: 2007-05-08 | Word Count: 405 | Page Views: 12059 | Votes: 18 | Rating: 2.56
Need toxic black mold or stachybotrys toxic mold testing information or mold inspector information. Certified Florida based mold assessor and inspection firm serving Broward Dade and Palm Beach County including Miami and Ft Lauderdale. Conduction Florida mold testing IAQ testing for commercial and home house mold and indoor air quality problems. Florida mold inspection.

Graduation Flowers Are At The Head Of The Class
Written by: Wesley Berry, AAF | Distributed: 2008-04-24 | Word Count: 538 | Page Views: 11911 | Votes: 27 | Rating: 1.78
The coming of spring signals new beginnings, and each year many young adults take the first steps toward that new beginning when they walk across the stage to accept a diploma at their graduation ceremony. Of course, with graduation comes excitement, smiles, tears, a big celebration, and lots of wonderful memories. One way to help make the day even more beautiful and memorable is with flowers.

Selective Mutism Disorder Is More Of A Problem Than You Think
Written by: Ingrid Stenquist | Distributed: 2007-04-11 | Word Count: 682 | Page Views: 7831 | Votes: 25 | Rating: 3.88
One of the worst and most severe manifestations of childhood social anxiety disorders is labeled as Selective Mutism disorder. Originally, fifteen years ago the disorder was called Elective Mutism because doctors figured that all children who didn't talk were either shy or in another category. Elective mutes were seen as belligerent, stubborn, and obnoxious kids who were rebelling by not talking against some effort in order to get attention.

Pepper Spray: How Does it Feel to Get Blasted?
Written by: Fred Cheney | Distributed: 2007-12-18 | Word Count: 477 | Page Views: 7382 | Votes: 20 | Rating: 2.85
It's something to think about. What would happen if you tried to use pepper spray and it sprayed into your own eyes? And, could you accidentally blind someone with it? Permanently maim them? What are the effects of pepper spray? These are important questions and they certainly have answers.

Destructive Behaviors That Cause a Relationship Break Up
Written by: James Kern | Distributed: 2009-07-15 | Word Count: 644 | Page Views: 7110 | Votes: 19 | Rating: 2.63
On the surface, you think that being in love is the greatest thing since sliced bread, but underneath you're flailing and kicking and trying to get back to the status quo, which is you being alone and miserable. It sucks, but you're used to life there. If Alone and Miserable were a bar, everybody there would know your name.

When A Strong Woman Can Make You A Better Man
Written by: Coalton Reynolds | Distributed: 2013-11-05 | Word Count: 625 | Page Views: 6987 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 1.89
Behind every man, there is a strong women. After my recent split with my girlfriend of two years I have found myself thinking how much I have changed. At first, I just thought I was only different around her, but now I seem to be a totally different person.

I Want My Ex Back! 5 Tips That Will Improve Your Chances
Written by: James Kern | Distributed: 2009-03-03 | Word Count: 625 | Page Views: 6525 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 3.57
Five killer tips that help you claw back your ex, even if your situation seems in dire straits.

Family Unity
Written by: Sally Goldberg, Ph.D. | Distributed: 2007-11-01 | Word Count: 614 | Page Views: 6072 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 1.67
Thanksgiving comes once a year with its wonderful message about family unity. Everyone gathers around the table and talks about how happy they are to be together. Then, no sooner is the holiday over, all is forgotten. Do you have any ideas for preserving those close family feelings?

Should Both Parents Work - Or Should One Stay Home?
Written by: Gordon Bellows | Distributed: 2008-01-17 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 5666 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 2.58
In today's economy, there are more and more families with both parents working. This article offers a few things to think about and how to determine what may be best. There is no right or wrong decision; each family has to evaluate their situation and then decide what is best for them as individuals and as a family.

Highest Ranked "Family" Articles

Home Alone Child Safety
Written by: Jerry Tarrer | Distributed: 2007-03-21 | Word Count: 1038 | Page Views: 2872 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 4.00
Your child's safety depends to a large part on good communication between you and your children. This is especially true of two-income families, and single parent families where the children are left alone for extended periods of time and have to care for themselves.

Can Rats, Chemical Odors, Or Even Stress, Cause Mold Like Health Reactions In Homeowners And Office Workers?
Written by: Daryl Watters | Distributed: 2007-06-26 | Word Count: 1564 | Page Views: 3048 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 4.00
Mold is and always has been a major contributor in building related illness. I have seen many clients who were ill as the result of living with mold. However, one must not overlook the possibility of other contributing factors such as cigarette smoke, non mold related bio-allergens such as cat and dog dander, rat and mice allergens, and chemical contaminates such as pesticides or volatile organic compounds.

PB and Js And Licking The Bowl - The Joys Of A Kid Friendly Kitchen!
Written by: Pamela Cole Harris | Distributed: 2008-02-14 | Word Count: 554 | Page Views: 3086 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 4.00
Remember licking the bowl when you were a kid? Or making your own peanut butter sandwiches with grape, or better yet strawberry, jelly? Mmmmm... the smell of homemade oatmeal cookies! And they were even better because you knew you helped make them! Kitchens can be a place of special memories for kids of any generation. Are you building those memories with your children or do you view the kitchen as a dangerous place for kids?

Potty Training Made Easy
Written by: Kim Michael | Distributed: 2009-04-07 | Word Count: 507 | Page Views: 2400 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 4.00
If you're the parent of a toddler, you are probably looking for the right signs that your child is ready to be potty trained. Potty training your child can be a frustrating time in your life. When your child is ready to be potty trained, they will provide to you clues that the timing is right. If you capitalize on these clues, and use the right tools, this can be an exciting time in your life, as well as your child's.

Selective Mutism Disorder Is More Of A Problem Than You Think
Written by: Ingrid Stenquist | Distributed: 2007-04-11 | Word Count: 682 | Page Views: 7831 | Votes: 25 | Rating: 3.88
One of the worst and most severe manifestations of childhood social anxiety disorders is labeled as Selective Mutism disorder. Originally, fifteen years ago the disorder was called Elective Mutism because doctors figured that all children who didn't talk were either shy or in another category. Elective mutes were seen as belligerent, stubborn, and obnoxious kids who were rebelling by not talking against some effort in order to get attention.

What Is Your Siamese Trying To Tell You?
Written by: Susan Miller | Distributed: 2009-09-03 | Word Count: 496 | Page Views: 2723 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 3.83
When it comes to cats, many cat-lovers will do just about anything to please their feline companions. However, one of the most perplexing aspects of owning a cat is the attempt to try to decipher its various body movements and meows. After all, like a baby, a cat's meow can mean just about anything -- from hunger to frustration to general irritation.

As A Woman Thinking Of Divorce, Is It Necessary To Hire A Divorce Lawyer?
Written by: Cathi Adams | Distributed: 2007-06-14 | Word Count: 509 | Page Views: 2669 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 3.75
Couples finding themselves in the middle of divorce proceedings are growing in number each year. Some studies are showing that over 50 percent of first time marriages will end in divorce, with subsequent marriages ending at even higher percentages! That means a lot of people looking for the expertise of divorce lawyers.

How An Envelope Online Budgeting System Can Help You Take Control Of Your Finances
Written by: Gust Lenglet | Distributed: 2007-06-22 | Word Count: 626 | Page Views: 2638 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 3.67
Have you ever felt that your hard-earned cash is slipping through your fingers? Are you genuinely surprised by how much money you and your family spend? Do you regularly run out of money before the end of the month? Are you racking up credit card debts to fund the difference between what you earn and what you spend? Do you wish that you had more control over your personal budget or your household budget? Don't just sit there, take control over your finances.

Want to Know Where to Go in Boston?
Written by: Mark Anderson | Distributed: 2008-10-10 | Word Count: 1075 | Page Views: 2662 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 3.67
Ever since the colonial days, Boston has been one of the most intriguing cities in the United States. Its rich history is rivaled only by the vast amount of things it has to offer. Whether you're a college student, child, or an adult, there is plenty to find in Boston Massachusetts. From sports and nightlife to culture and nature, there is truly something for everyone. Let's look at what Bean Town has to offer.

How Can Bible Study Help Kids Grow Up?
Written by: Adam Barnett | Distributed: 2007-10-23 | Word Count: 463 | Page Views: 3397 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 3.64
Bible study is probably the number one way to keep your kids on the right path, and keep them out of trouble. We can't watch our kids all day and night, and we can't keep bad influences from coming to them. But what we CAN do is make sure they know wrong from right. This will help them when they face problems and major decisions on their own.












Download an eBook today
 
Directory Navigation
Locate By Author

Locate By Category:
ALL Categories
Arts & Crafts
Arts & Entertainment
Automotive
Business - Offline
Business - Online
Career
Computers
Education
Family
Finance
Food & Drink
Health & Wellness
Home & Garden
Humor
Internet
Nature & Pets
Real Estate
Religion
Self Improvement
Shopping
Society
Sports & Recreation
Technology
Travel & Leisure
Uncategorized
World Events
Writing & Speaking

Change Number of Results:
50 - 100 - 200 - 500
Article Reprint Rights
Creative Commons License

This work is
licensed under a
Creative Commons
License


You are not required to show the creative commons license notice when you reprint this work.
Article Publishing Tools
Print Article
Email-to-Blog
HTML Source Code
Text Newsletter Format
Link Back HTML

Blog Publishing Tools

Internal ID: #4676
Article Statistics
Word Count: 1360

Total Views: 2917

Article Rating: 2.00 of 5
Votes Cast: 4

More Articles By Author:




Article Title Search:

Widow Search
Right Blinker
Google
Yahoo!
Zuula
Bing
Cuil

Last Distribution Date:
2008-03-04 10:00:00






All Articles are Copyright © 2001-2017 of the Defined Authors.

All other material and images on this site are:
Copyright © 2001-2017, ThePhantomWriters.com