Monday, November 30, 2015

Fruits And Their Benefits | Fruits And Health

Health is Wealth

Fruits can be considered as one of the treasures to human life. Fresh fruits and Vegetables give us many beneficial substances such as vitamins ,calcium and other requirements for our human body. It acts as a catalyst in safeguarding our human system from various diseases. Fruits, vegetables and pure water is a necessity in the modern world for our human system.



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Subversion background (leather w/ punched holes ala Betts)

When preparing my presentation for this year's SubConf conference, I was looking for a background that wasn't so … run-of-the-mill. I stumbled upon a post at "The Art of Adam Betts" (at http://www.artofadambetts.com) that advertised a really cool background graphic. After checking the site over to make sure that I could in good conscience make a derivative work from his piece of art, I snagged the sucker and did exactly that:





(Adam, I seriously hope you're cool with this. If not, a thousand pardons and I'll certainly pull this post and any related graphics.)

Friday, November 27, 2015

Japanese Cherry Blossoms

There are many beautiful aspects to Japan, but for me the absolute winner is seeing Japan in cherry blossom season. The bountiful gorgeous blooms that might cover historic temples or pop up between skyscrapers and everywhere else in between are for me the most photogenic sight in the world, and really something that makes my heart leap at their beauty.

Getting the timing right to enjoy cherry blossom season in Japan is a bit tricky, cherry blossoms start to bloom in January, and in far northern Hokkaido, they usually bloom in May – everywhere else is somewhere in between, with an average blooming date in Tokyo and Osaka of around late March or early April.

The best cherry blossom photos I have are usually combined with beautiful historic temples or castles.















Stylish Slippers For Girls

Slippers are used in our everyday life. We usually looking for comfortable slippers for daily need.


http://www.funmag.org/fashion-mag/fashion-style/stylish-slippers-for-girls/
 
 


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Snakes Pictures (35 Photos)

A very scarcely credible collection of snakes is here! Snakes looks so dangerous and terrifying and everyone is afraid of this

http://www.funmag.org/pictures-mag/animals-and-birds/snakes-pictures-35-photos/
 
 


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"CASA DE ORACION RADIO"




En ésta ocasión vengo a darles una invitacion para que escuchen "CASA DE ORACION RADIO" que es la radio que se transmite vía internet del centro cristiano "Casa de Oración Mexico" desde Guadalajara, como se abrán dado cuenta en la parte superior lateral de este blog coloqué el reproductor para que puedan escuchar la radio en Vivo
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Hay algunos hermanos que aún no se han enterado para que sirve ese reproductor, pues dejenme decirles que Casa de Oracion Radio es a mi opinión una de las mejores radios cristianas que actualmente existen, y quizas sea la mejor.
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Solo chequen las cosas que podrán escuchar:
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1.- Alabanza, Adoracion y Palabra de Dios las 24 Horas los 365 días del año.
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2.- Series de Estudios Bíblicos impartidos por el Pastor Chuy Olivares.
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3.- Series de Estudios Biblicos impartidos por el Dr. en Teología Armando Alducin.
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4.- Estudios Bíblicos impartidos por Oradores invitados.
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5.- Orientación y ayuda para superar los problemas mas comúnes de nuestro tiempo. Programa La Hora de la Verdad con Hector Urzúa.
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6.- Predicaciones "En Vivo" de los servicios y reuniones de Casa de Oración y de sus demás sedes en México y en el Mundo.
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7.- Escuche totalmente "En Vivo" las transmisiones de los congresos.
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8.- Escuche totalmente "En Vivo" los estudios impartidos en los Institutos Bíblicos
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9.- Una amplia programación diferente todos los días.
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Y muchas cosas mas... Que mas se puede pedir.
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Esto si es una Radio Cristiana que enseña doctrina bíblica.
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Si eres de los hermanos que tienen hambre por estudiar la Palabra de Dios, no te pierdas todos los días a Chuy Olivares y Armando Alducin con estudios profundos de la Plabra de Dios.
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Puedes escucharla directamente desde este blog, o bien dando clik desde el enlace para escucharlo en una nueva ventana sin abandonar el blog (Puedes ver la programacion diaria)
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  • RADIO CASA DE ORACION
  • Thursday, November 26, 2015

    NUEVO SERVIDOR DE DESCARGA "4SHARED"

    Algunos archivos los he subido al Nuevo servidor de descarga llamado "4SHARED" es un buen servidor de descarga que tiene las ventajas de descargar los archivos además de escuchar y ver videos en línea.
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    Les pongo un tutorial de como descargar por "4SHARED":
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    1.- Den click sobre la dirección del archivo que quieren descargar, y los llevara a la página de descarga de "4Shared", dependiendo si el archivo es audio o video lo podrán reproducir, en este ejemplo el archivo es de video y como verán aparece la ventana de reproducción.

    2.- Si deseas descargar el archivo a tu PC da click donde dice "DESCARGAR AHORA"


    3.- Una ves que le das click aparecerá un contador en cuenta regresiva en "Segundos", en el ejemplo faltan 85 segundos para poder descargar el archivo, (No hagan caso al letrero donde dice "Haga click aquí" eso solo es para usuarios que tengan la cuenta Premium)


    4.- Ya que el contador llega a Ceros, dale Click donde dice "DESCARGAR ARCHIVO AHORA"


    5.- Aparecerá la ventana de "Abrir" o "Guardar el archivo"



    Y ESO ES TODO, A DIFERENCIA DE RAPIDSHARE ESTE SERVIDOR ES MAS COMODO Y NO SE TIENE QUE ESPERAR TANTO, LO PONDRE EN PRUEBA Y ESPERO QUE ASI SEAN MAS FACILES LAS DESCARGAS DE ARCHIVOS.

    Wednesday, November 25, 2015

    Reflections of a Newbie Youth Soccer Coach

    This past weekend, my sons' youth soccer seasons ended. My oldest practiced and played in a division for 5- and 6-year-old kids, and I assisted his head coach. My youngest practiced in a division for 3- and 4-year-old kids, and I was the head coach of his team. I wanted to write up some thoughts about the seasons from a coach's point of view. As you read these, if they sound more like parenting advice, there's a reason for that: many times over the course of the season, I noticed (and noted to others) parallels between coaching to parenting. I found that many of the basic principles commonly applied in one role remain valid and useful in the other. Mind you, I'm certainly no expert coach. Not by a long shot. (For that matter, I'm no expert parent, either.) But these are some of my observations, and I'm hoping that perhaps something here resonates with other folks who — like me at when this year began — have never coached at all.

    Teams are best built atop friendship

    An observation I made at during the Spring soccer season was that by the middle of the season, the players on the team I was helping to coach (which, as in the Fall season, consisted of 5- and 6-year-old boys and girls) still didn't know each others' names. This bothered me deeply, because at a minimum it meant that the players couldn't communicate effective to or about each other. But it also meant that somewhere between showing how to dribble a soccer ball and how to perform a proper throw-in, we as coaches had overlooked the simple fact that children are social beings. My son has a distinct “cautious observer" personality type. Until he's comfortable around his peers, he'd rather just watch to see if it's safe to engage. Not even knowing your peers' names does not encourage comfortability.

    This season, we as coaches worked to remedy this problem up front. A helpful parent took a team photo, and we labeled it with each child's name, had Wal-mart print up enough copies for everyone, and distributed them. During practices we often encouraged the players to cheer for each other by name. The result was noticeable (to me, at least). There was much more of a team spirit on the field and off, and sometimes it was actually difficult to get my son away from the fields because he was having so much fun playing stuff other than soccer with his friends after practices and games.

    What's my point? People matter — more so than winning, more so than ball control skills, more so than anything else at all. (Unfortunately, I fail to remember this critical truth myself sometimes — both on and off the field of play — much to my own embarrassment and the detriment of valued relationships.)

    "Fundamentals" begins with "fun"

    The assistant coaches on my youngest boy's team were amazing. One of them was introduced to me as a guy with a ton of soccer-related creds. Quite honestly, I was a bit intimated by this fact. But if there's one thing that he and the other coach taught me this year, it was that if the kids aren't having fun, it doesn't matter how well they can kick and throw a ball. What good is teaching good dribbling if at season's end the kids say, "Soccer's a drag — count me out"? For kids at this age, fun is closely tied to many things:

    • avoiding repetition — no child can tolerate doing the same thing for long periods of time. Mix it up a bit, Coach.

    • avoiding down-time — It only takes a few moments of waiting in line before a young child times out. You can almost watch as their attention span threshold is reached, and then away their little minds go, off to La-la Land. If you can, avoid line waits and repetition by splitting the team into smaller groups at various stations of differing activities.

    • simple rewards, oft-given — I was introduced last season to these little 1" iron-on motivational patches with pictures of soccer balls in various colors, stars, etc. We gave each kid that showed up at practice and stayed for the duration one of these patches. Kids respond positively to the promise of even simple rewards like that, or the promise of playing a favorite game at the end of practice. As it turns out, they don't mind trying harder when trying harder is fun.

    • team spirit — This season the teams were allowed to choose their own team names. My oldest boy's team chose the "Soccer Monsters". I wasn't so thrilled by the name, but nonetheless spent a few evenings designing a team logo just for kicks. The other coaches and parents loved it, and by the end of the season that logo showed up on 3" iron-on embroidered patches, stickers, a vinyl signboard for the parental cheering section, and even a sheet cake! Everyone loved the "brand" we built around the Soccer Monster name. And repeatedly the coaches and parents reinforced not just the value of individual contributors, but also the value of the team as a whole. The stereotype of the coach's kid who gets all the attention was completely absent — every child took his or her turn on the bench in every game; every child got a chance to play every position on the field over the course of the season; and every child gracefully dealt (most of the time) with being asked to do something that wasn't their favorite thing because it would benefit the team.

    I owe a deep debt of gratitude to the other coaches and parents who routinely helped to make soccer fun for my kids and their peers.

    Never underestimate a child's potential

    If you had told me what I would be seeing some of my 5- and 6-year-old players doing at game time at the beginning of the season, I would have laughed in disbelief. While many other teams were playing "bunch ball" (all the kids swarming around the ball like so many angry bees), ours entered even their first games with an understanding of the various positions, their roles in those positions, and the importance of performing in their roles instead of just roaming around the field without a purpose. By season's end, I was finding that the kids could handle some game play maneuvers that I thought were pretty complex, such as one defender falling back to help the goalie when the other needed to head off an approaching attacker. I found myself often saying in disbelief things like "But these kids are only six years old!" and "But this is his/her first season of soccer!"

    One of the other teams had a kid who, despite being one of the smallest players in the division, had amazing ball control and the sweetest little slide tackle you ever saw. And you didn't see many, because I think he's the only kid who attempted them in this age group. Every time he did (our team played against his team twice) I smiled a huge smile and thought (or said aloud) "That's awesome!" His dad was his coach, too, but when asked him about his kid's skill, he indicated that it was self-developed. Call me naïve, but that's amazing to me.

    Now maybe these are just exceptionally talented children. But I have to believe that the key to this phenomenon is to never stop asking more of the players. At any given moment, a particular player is going to have a great grasp of some concepts and skills, a pretty good approach to others, be relatively weak at still more, and have never been introduced to the rest. Keep a sliding window of instruction with those kids so that they are always trying stuff they are likely to fail at along with the stuff that they do with grace and ease. What other self-developed skills are hiding inside our children just waiting for us to affirm them into the mainstream? What other skills are they ready to learn but can't because we underestimate their chances of success? This leads me to my next point.

    Failure can be the best instruction

    Instruction is extremely important. There is always something else to learn, develop, or improve, so ideally instruction never stops. The Harrisburg Youth Soccer program is a decidedly instructional league, favoring instruction to competition in an attempt to develop well-rounded players who love the game enough to play competitively at older ages (when they can emotionally handle serious competition). But instruction without the freedom to try and fail is stifling.

    If every time one of my sons reaches for a glass of water on the table I criticize how fast he's reaching, whether he's planning to use one or both hands, whether he looks to be picking up the glass or sliding it between all the other obstructions on the table surface, and so on — if I micromanage his every move, he learns exactly one thing: the way Dad wants stuff done. Not taught in those moments is the most valuable lesson of all: why Dad prefers that approach. My son doesn't understand that it's Dad's experience with the physics of our Universe that leads him to prefer a particular approach to drinking from a glass. And he never will until he experiences some of that physics himself.

    Now, I'm not saying that there's no value in that type of instruction. Certainly the opposite extreme of never sharing your own experiences with kids and leaving them to learn solely from their own experiences is just an abdication of parental responsibility — inefficient, unloving, and sometimes downright dangerous. But an absolutely critical aspect to any learning situation is experience, and specifically experience failing. Kids don't need protection from everyday failures because everyday failures teach some of the strongest lessons more quickly and more thoroughly than constant hand-holding ever can. Kids need a safe place to experience those failures, reassurance that in failing at a task they haven't failed as people, and encouragement to get up and try again.

    By the end of our soccer season, the majority of our kids knew how to perform nearly any action that would likely be asked of them during a game. Early in the season, we hand-held. We did our jobs as coaches and taught them the finely detailed mechanics of these actions. But as the season progressed, we gradually shifted to a model of letting the kids make their own decisions and deal with the consequences. And if one of them messed up and did something incorrectly, both the player and the attempt were affirmed as valuable.

    In the free software world, this is similar to way that new project members are often brought on board. First, a would-be project member submit patches for the software — technical descriptions of how the software should be changed to add a feature or fix a bug. The patches are reviewed by existing project members for accuracy and efficient, for attention to the rules of the project, and so on. If the patch meets the standards, it is committed (by an existing member) as a change to the software itself. If it doesn't, the patch is sent back with recommendations on doing it better. Over time, a talented developer will submit better and better patches the first time around, earning the trust of his or her mentors. And at some magical point, the mentors realize that it's no longer worthwhile for them to pay both the cost of reviewing the work and of then actually committing it on behalf of the patch submitter when instead they could let the submitter commit his or her changes first and then receive review afterwards. As coaches, our goal should be to progressively transition each child from a model of pre-emptive review (at significant cost in valuable time) and into one of post-facto review (which is far more efficient and allows the kids to celebrate victories they've earned for themselves).

    Monday, November 23, 2015

    ¿PORQUE PROSPERAN LOS MALOS? por ARMANDO ALDUCIN



    CREDITOS: www.decristoparati.blogspot.com
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    Salmo 73:1 Ciertamente es bueno Dios para con Israel,
    Para con los limpios de corazón.
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    Salmo 73:2 En cuanto a mí, casi se deslizaron mis pies;
    Por poco resbalaron mis pasos.
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    Salmo 73:3 Porque tuve envidia de los arrogantes,
    Viendo la prosperidad de los impíos.
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    Salmo 73:4 Porque no tienen congojas
    por su muerte, Pues su vigor está entero.
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    Salmo 73:5 No pasan trabajos como los otros mortales, Ni son azotados como los demás hombres.
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    Salmo 73:6 Por tanto, la soberbia los corona;
    Se cubren de vestido de violencia.
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    Salmo 73:7 Los ojos se les saltan de gordura;
    Logran con creces los antojos del corazón.
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    Salmo 73:8 Se mofan y hablan con maldad de
    hacer violencia; Hablan con altanería.
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    Salmo 73:9 Ponen su boca contra el
    cielo, Y su lengua pasea la tierra.
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    Salmo 73:10 Por eso Dios hará volver
    a su pueblo aquí, Y aguas en abundancia serán extraídas para ellos.
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    Salmo 73:11 Y dicen: ¿Cómo sabe Dios?
    ¿Y hay conocimiento en el Altísimo?
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    Salmo 73:12 He aquí estos impíos, Sin ser turbados del mundo, alcanzaron
    riquezas.
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    Salmo 73:13 Verdaderamente en vano he limpiado mi corazón,
    Y lavado mis manos en inocencia;
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    Salmo 73:14 Pues he sido azotado todo el día,
    Y castigado todas las mañanas.
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    Salmo 73:15 Si dijera yo: Hablaré como ellos, He aquí, a la generación de tus hijos engañaría.
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    Salmo 73:16 Cuando pensé para saber esto, Fue duro trabajo para mí,
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    Salmo 73:17 Hasta que entrando en el santuario de Dios, Comprendí el fin de ellos.
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    Salmo 73:18 Ciertamente los has puesto en deslizaderos; En asolamientos los harás caer.
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    Salmo 73:19 ¡Cómo han sido asolados de repente! Perecieron, se
    consumieron de terrores.
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    Salmo 73:20 Como sueño del que despierta,
    Así, Señor, cuando despertares, menospreciarás su apariencia.
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    Salmo 73:21 Se llenó de amargura mi alma, Y en mi corazón sentía punzadas.
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    Salmo 73:22 Tan torpe era yo, que no entendía; Era como una bestia delante de ti.
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    Salmo 73:23 Con todo, yo siempre estuve contigo; Me tomaste de la mano derecha.
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    Salmo 73:24 Me has guiado según tu consejo, Y después me recibirás en gloria.
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    Salmo 73:25 ¿A quién tengo yo en los cielos sino a ti? Y fuera de ti nada deseo en la tierra.
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    Salmo 73:26 Mi carne y mi corazón desfallecen; Mas la roca de mi corazón y mi porción es Dios para siempre.
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    Salmo 73:27 Porque he aquí, los que se alejan de ti perecerán; Tú destruirás a todo aquel que de ti se aparta.
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    Salmo 73:28 Pero en cuanto a mí, el acercarme a Dios es el bien; He puesto en Jehová el Señor mi esperanza, Para contar todas tus obras.

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    Cuantas veces nos hemos preguntado en nuestra vida cristiana ¿Porque prosperan los malos? ¿Porque la gente que no es cristiana, muchas veces les va mejor que a nosotros los cristianos? ¿Porque a la gente que nisiquiera cree en Dios disfruta la vida mas que los cristianos? ¿Porque hay personas no cristianas que tienen todo lo que desean y uno como cristiano se la pasa orando y orando y hasta parece que Dios se ha olvidado de nosotros? bueno, vayamos a preguntas un poco mas comúnes ¿Porque personas no cristianas que tienen amantes, son embaucadores, son tranzas, son borrachos, son mujeriegos, les sale todo bien y tienen éxito y fama? ¿Porque hay personas que pecan y pecan y tienen éxito en su pecado?, en resumen ¿PORQUE MUCHAS VECES LES SUCEDEN COSAS BUENAS A LAS PERSONAS MALAS Y PORQUE MUCHAS VECES LES SUCEDEN COSAS MALAS A LAS PERSONAS BUENAS? éstas y muchas otras preguntas podemos hacernos a lo largo de nuestra vida cristiana y ha sido la causa de que muchos cristianos se empiezen a confundir, desanimarse y alejarse de Dios.
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    Cuando una persona deja el cristianismo debido a estos cuestionamientos es porque no está caminando en la FE, está siendo afectado por las dudas y se deja llevar por lo que ve. Es por eso que el cristiano debe de aprender a caminar viendo a Jesucristo, no importando como vea su situacíón, debe de aprender a confiar en lo que DIOS le dice en su Palabra.
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    Otro factor importante que hace que el cristiano se desvíe de su propósito es LA ENVIDIA POR LO QUE HACEN LAS PERSONAS DEL MUNDO, la envidia causa perturbación en el cristiano y hace que se desanime, cuantos de nosotros no nos hemos visto en una situacion donde por ejemplo: Mientras los demás se divierten en fiestas, nosotros como cristianos estamos en la reunión de oración y nos preguntamos ¿No me estaré perdiendo de la diversion? ¿Realmente vale la pena ser cristiano?, hay personas sicen: "Tengo prosperidad y eso que no soy cristiano", debemos de recordar que todo esta prosperidad que el mundo nos ofrece es controlada por Satanás, y esas personas que ponen como meta su prosperidad olvidandose de Dios, esa misma prosperidad se convierte en su mas grande maldición. Por eso DIOS quiere que sepamos que todas las metas que nos pongamos en nuestras vidas sean PARA SU GLORIA!!

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    DESCARGALO AQUI
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    ¿PORQUE PROSPERAN LOS MALOS?
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    NOTA: Si colocas estos enlaces en algún otro sitio porfavor da los créditos de subida a www.decristoparati.blogspot.com esto es para ayudar a mantener los links activos. Gracias.

    Saturday, November 21, 2015

    DOCUMENTAL - EN BUSCA DEL ARCA DE NOE


    CREDITOS: www.decristoparati.blogpot.com

    En la zona mas alta del Monte Ararat, en la zona este de Turquía, algunos expedicionistas han encontrado lo que se dice ser "EL ARCA DE NOE", ya que se encontraron restos de madera a una altura de mas de 5,000 m.s.n.m. (metros sobre el nivel del mar), y los restos de una embarcación con medidas similares a las mencionadas en el Libro del Génesis.

    Recuerden que este documental es solo de carácter informativo, posiblemente sea una evidencia más de que la Biblia tiene la razón, recuerden siempre escudriñar las escrituras.

    Formato: wmv (Windows Media Video)
    Duracion: 40 Min.
    Peso: 162 Mb
    Idioma: Español

    DESCARGALO AQUÍ
    http://rapidshare.com/files/166101955/EN_BUSCA_DEL_ARCA_DE_NOE.wmv

    Friday, November 20, 2015

    Revisionist History


    Remember the Subversion 1.0 celebration T-shirts? Alas, there are no `svnadmin dump' and `svnadmin load' for cottonware.
    As you might have read elsewhere, the Subversion project has recently been accepted in the Apache Software Foundation's Incubator. As part of the process, we'll be migrating all kinds of goodies off of Tigris.org — which has been the project's home (and a good one at that) for the past near-decade — and onto Apache-hosted servers. Last weekend we took the first of those steps by migrating our version control history. I managed the Subversion side of this migration, prepping the data for delivery into the ASF Infrastructure team's able hands.


    But I wanted to do more than simply move our Subversion history from one place to another. See, when Subversion began, it was a bunch of source code living in a CVS repository. When the source code compiled into something trustworthy, we let Subversion hold it own source code. (For the record, we were never given cause to regret that decision.) But at the time we made that change, there was no reliable and simple way to convert CVS history into Subversion history like there is with cvs2svn today. So we just exported the latest snapshot of our main development line, imported that into Subversion, and dealt with the severed history. However, this repository migration — which was going to be disruptive anyway — presented an opportunity to stitch together our old CVS history and our Subversion history. So I did. Here's how:



    1. Using cvs2svn, I converted all CVS history to Subversion and deposited it into a temporary repository, svn-from-cvs.

    2. Now, the CVS repository data contained some trailing changes that were created after the switch to Subversion back in 2001. Most of those were commits to www/ (which we manually mirrored for a while based on our Subversion commits to trunk/www/). A couple of them were things like system-wide automated tweaks to www/robots.txt made by CollabNet folk. Also, we had real tags and branches in our CVS repos that we didn't bring with us into Subversion. So I dumped the first 3654 revisions from svn-from-cvs — the pre-switchover changes only — and loaded that into the stitch repository, svn-complete.

    3. To historically preserve the fact that apparently we didn't care too much about those old CVS tags and branches, I committed their deletion from svn-complete (but left the branches/ and tags/ top-level directories themselves).

    4. Since the first revision of our project's Subversion history (in the main svn repository) was a massive import into trunk, that would have clashed mightily being loaded atop already-existing files and directories in svn-complete. So instead checked I out svn-complete/trunk@HEAD, then exported svn/trunk@1 atop it. The local mods were the small delta between what we got outta CVS on August 31, 2001, and what we put into Subversion. They were mostly the result of $Date$ keyword formatting differences. I committed those local mods, which now brought svn-complete into sync with svn@1' except that svn-complete still had empty tags/ and branches/ directories (which were added in r532 and r1237, respectively).

    5. I dumped -r2:531 of svn, loading the result into svn-complete.

    6. I skipped r532 (the revision in which we created our tags/ directory) from svn, instead adding a no-op placeholder revision to svn-complete.

    7. I then dumped -r533:1236 of svn, loading the result into svn-complete.

    8. Once again, I skipped r1237 (the revision in which we created our branches/ directory) from svn, instead adding another no-op placeholder revision to svn-complete.

    9. Finally, I dumped the rest of the svn history (r1238:r40515), loading those revisions into svn-complete.


    The result was a single repository (svn-complete) of 44170 revisions (3654 from CVS, 40515 from Subversion, and 1 cleanup revision) that contained all of the Subversion project's version control history, starting with the inception of the project. It's this data that I handed off to the ASF Infrastructure team.


    The ASF Infrastructure team took this repository's data and loaded it into the ASF repository (with external commits disabled to prevent interleaved commit history). At the time that this history was loaded into the ASF repository, that repository already had 836419 revisions in it. The next 3655 revisions represent the Subversion CVS history (plus a fixup revision). This means that any historical references found in Subversion's source code, issue trackers, mailing lists, etc. that refer to pre-migration revisions (which are easy to spot, as they are all quite a bit smaller than 800000!) may be found in the ASF repository by adding 836419 + 3655 = 840074 to the revision number.


    We as a project are still really finding all the places that this change of address (and revision numbers) will affect us. I can assure you that the last place I expected it to hit was my clothes closet, though!

    Tuesday, November 17, 2015

    Kickin' Pandas, by the numbers

    This past Saturday, I had to say goodbye to another great youth soccer team. The parting was bittersweet. The team had just won the Fall 2011 Harrisburg Parks & Recreation U7 tournament and was all smiles and yells and gold medals and good ol' kid energy. But after sharing the past 14 weeks together (and with several of the players returning from previous seasons, too), it's difficult to see a season come to an end — even such a great end.

    I like numbers, so here's a quick snapshot of our season in numbers:

    • 10 players on the team

    • 1 extremely helpful assistant coach

    • 49 team-wide emails I sent

    • 10 regular season matches played (9 wins, 0 losses, and 1 draw)

    • 4 post-season matches played (4 wins, 0 losses, and 0 draws)

    • 3 goals allowed

    • 43 goals scored

    • 10 players (out of 10) who scored at least one goal

    • 6 (out of 140 possible) match absences

    • 0 injuries

    Of course, numbers don't tell the whole story. My 5- and 6-year-old Kickin' Pandas were truly a fun and talented bunch of young athletes, with energetic and supportive parents who provided the best practice and match attendance rate I've ever seen. This team challenged me as a coach to keep raising the bar for them as they successfully mastered skill after skill. As I tentatively introduced new drills and exercises — some of which I was half-convinced would never fly with some of the younger players — I was repeatedly surprised to find each player willing, excited, and able to learn the new techniques.

    The more mature players learned not just to play the game mechanically, but strategically — you could observe them thinking beyond just "get the ball, take it up the field, and shoot". And while the less mature ones certainly had their moments of drifting attention spans, they were always ready and willing to engage on the field and give their very best. And my favorite factoid about the team? That every single player scored at least one goal this season.

    Of course, as I coach, I learned alot this season, too. First, I learned not to underestimate what even very young players are able to learn. I also learned just how much of a difference it can make in a player's effort investment when they know their coach believes in them. (These might seem obvious to most folks; sometimes I'm a little slow to come around.)

    Overall, the Kickin' Pandas were an amazing bunch of kids for whose hard work a championship medal seemed an appropriate reward. I am truly honored to have had the chance to get to know them and their families and to share my love of soccer with them. I hope to see them returning for season after season of youth soccer.

    BLOG EN MANTENIMIENTO


    Me han escrito algunos hermanos acerca de que han tenido problemas a la hora de descargar en RAPIDSHARE, por lo cual he estado resubiendo el material a MEDIAFIRE y arreglando todos los enlaces rotos o Links rotos. Les pido de favor que me ayuden a identificar cuales son los enlaces que no han podido descargar en MEDIAFIRE, ya se que en RAPIDSHARE se tarda mucho en descargar y luego con sus nuevas normas parece imposible por lo cual ando pasando los enlaces a nuevos servidores, ya he subido gran parte del material de Rapidshare a MEDIAFIRE solo que aun no lo tengo publicado pues aprovecho ese tiempo en resubir mas archivos.
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    El Blog estará en mantenimiento pero seguirá en línea, solo estaré reparando los enlaces y reeditando algunos estudios bíblicos para que puedan tener una amplia informacion de los mismos.
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    LES PIDO DE SU PACIENCIA Y COMPRENSION Y ME AYUDEN A IDENTIFICAR CUALES ENLACES NO SE PUEDEN DESCARGAR.
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    LES PIDO DE SUS ORACIONES POR EL BLOG Y ASI JUNTOS SIGAMOS BENDICIENDO Y EDIFICANDO VIDAS.
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    Por cierto, no me he olvidado de los hermanos que pidieron mas películas y videos, pues les dire que si Dios lo permite estaré poniendo mas películas, mas programas para facilitar la descarga de archivos, y nuevos estudios Biblicos.
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    En el Amor de Cristo:
    Alejandro Flores.

    Monday, November 16, 2015

    COMPROMETIDOS CON LA VERDAD 2007 por CHUY OLIVARES Y ARMANDO ALDUCIN


    CREDITOS: www.decristoparati.blogspot.com
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    Predicas del Dr. Armando Alducin y el pastor Chuy Olivares en el Congreso "Comprometidos con la verdad" de Casa de Oración de Colton, California en Octubre de 2007. 5 predicas de Armando Alducin y 5 predicas de Chuy Olivares, donde hacen un llamado a la iglesia en estos días, y principalmente un llamado a los pastores y líderes a ser buenos ministros de Jesucristo.
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    AHORA EN 2 SERVIDORES RAPIDSHARE Y MEDIAFIRE PARA SU MEJOR DESCARGA
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    DESCARGALOS AQUI
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    1.- COMO SER UN BUEN MINISTRO DE JESUCRISTO parte 1 - por CHUY OLIVARES
    http://rapidshare.com/files/164464813/caa01-ComoSerUnBuenMinistroDeJesucristo-I-ChuyOlivares.mp3
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/4f9g4ayvb9y1lps/caa01-ComoSerUnBuenMinistroDeJesucristo-I-ChuyOlivares.mp3
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    2.- COMO SER UN BUEN MINISTRO DE JESUCRISTO parte 2 - por CHUY OLIVARES

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    3.- PRINCIPIOS DEL LIDERAZGO ESPIRITUAL parte 1 - por ARMANDO ALDUCIN
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    4.- PRINCIPIOS DEL LIDERAZGO ESPIRITUAL parte 2 - por ARMANDO ALDUCIN
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    5.- COMPROMETIDOS CON LA VERDAD - por CHUY OLIVARES
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    6.- ¿ES LA BIBLIA LA VERDAD? parte 1 - por ARMANDO ALDUCIN
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    7.- ¿ES LA BIBLIA LA VERDAD? parte 2 - por ARMANDO ALDUCIN
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    8.- LA IGLESIA COMPROMETIDA - por CHUY OLIVARES
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    9.- EL CONOCIMIENTO DE SU VOLUNTAD - por CHUY OLIVARES
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    10.- EL TEMOR DE DIOS - por ARMANDO ALDUCIN
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    Página de la iglesia "CASA DE ORACION MEXICO"
    www.casadeoracionmexico.com
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    NOTA: Si deseas colocar estos enlaces en algpún otro sitio porfavor da los créditos de subida a www.decristoparati.blogspot.com esto es para ayudar a mantener los links activos. Gracias.