Ashley Grey

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The future of travel with technology

The future of travel! How might travel in the future be different with technology? Right from the beginning of time, getting around for work or recreation, has always been an integral part of human activity. With passing time, getting around is easier and faster. Still, we get impatient sometimes. The thrill of adventure, discovering new territories, and ways of living and we can’t wait to arrive at our destination and get started, right? How might technology impact future travel? Can travel get easier, quieter and faster? Oh yeah, if what I read in my feed about air taxis AKA flying cars is anything to go by. Also, intriguing to read about is the test run of the electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing aircraft (eVTOL) a few days ago. The “uber” travel experience in the skies.Ready? …And with all your getting, get understanding. Proverbs 4:7 The first car ride, what a…

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God has various names in many languages and cultures and it seems like men have since known of a supreme being in creation, not so? To Moses and the children of Israel, He introduced Himself as I AM with signs and mighty acts. Jonah discovered that he could not hide from God, after three days and nights in the belly of a fish in the deep. He is ever present! “To whom will you liken me and make me equal, and compare me, that we may be alike?” Isaiah 46:5 The Gideon’s Bible. Wise men from the east saw the star. It was a sign to them that a King was born, and no ordinary King this was. So, they followed the star to seek out and worship. If we look, perhaps, we can find His footprints in creation. In landscapes so gorgeous, roaring seas, winds, trees, fields, flowers, wild…

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“Mary! Mary! Quite contrary, how does your garden grow?” is a line from that nursery rhyme so long ago. Such fun to sing along, it was really about a queen at whose command people were tortured and murdered for believing differently than she did. The garden in the verse is really the burial place of these dear folks. Now, how about that for a children’s rhyme! Knowing the history does take the fun out of singing it, doesn’t it? Quite contrary and conflicting a personality, Mary. Lyn planted cuttings from her wedding bouquet on a patch and watched them grow. A year after, it is still a great reminder to her that life keeps growing, no matter how brutal the world may be. Lyn redirects her thoughts to create beauty. Gardens and parks, literal or connotative evoke feelings. blue flowers Perfectly tended landscapes, with plants, flowers, fruits and vegetables, and…

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