Posts filed under: A Word to the Wise

The 20 American colleges with the most foreign students

The 20 American colleges with the most foreign students. Notice which ones have the highest percentage of  international students....
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How East Meets West in This Generation

How East Meets West. American values have radically shifted in the last generation. This editorial helps understand why. In shame culture, only sin is to be unliked, excluded David Brooks writes for the New York Times.    In 1987, Allan...
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1 Nation or 11 Nations Under God?

Based on what part of the USA you live in, you will notice major shifts in how Americans think and behave. Take a look. http://www.businessinsider.com/the-11-nations-of-the-united-states-2015-7?r=UK&IR=T...
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Who Cares About the Oscars?

Most international students care as much about the Oscar nominations as they do about American football. How many international students know who played in this week’s National Football Championship Game? If it’s not World Cup Soccer or Cricket, who cares?...
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Are your boarders open to immigrants?

While many citizens of the USA and other countries are stuck worrying about too many immigrants entering our borders, or troubled over which ones are terrorists, citizens of God’s kingdom are rejoicing in their invitation, initiation & immigration to His...
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Harvest Moon, Supermoon, Blood Moon or Just Another Astronomical Event this Sunday Sept 27?

Supermoon Total Lunar Eclipse:  Blood Moon, End Of Days, Or Just Another Astronomical Event? Sunday will present the rarest Supermoon – the first time in more than 30 years we will have a Supermoon and lunar eclipse at the same...
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India new #1

With a growth rate of 10.1%, India grew fastest among the three countries that account for over 50% of international students market (China and South Korea are the other two). India overtaking China’s growth rate is a significant development. Even...
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Intl Student Voices from Afghanistan, India, Germany, Trinidad and Tobago

International students give advice to those planning to study in the West “Moving to a new country means adjusting to a new culture, which can be difficult—and most students who have traveled thousands of miles for an American education would...
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How much $ is enough?

“Having more money doesn’t make you happier. I have 50 million dollars but I’m just as happy as when I had 48 million.” ~ Arnold Schwarzenegger…   “I’ve been poor and I’ve been rich. I’d rather be rich.” ~rich man’s...
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King & pawn

~ Old Italian proverb… After the game, the King and the pawn go into the same box. ~ Psalms 90:12 So teach us to number our days, that we may present to You a heart of wisdom.  ...
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