"Whoever is angry with someone will be liable to judgement." Matthew 5:21 We have all gotten angry with someone at one time or another. Anger is defined as a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure or hostility. It can go from rage to irritation or a slight exasperation. Before Jesus said this about anger, He gave this strong proclamation: "Of this much I assure you: until heaven and earth pass away, not the smallest letter of the law, not the smallest part of the letter, shall be done…
The Eastern (yellow line) in the southern areas, and St. Lawrence (magenta line) watershed boundaries in the northern areas of this map more-or-less defined almost all of the Royal Proclamation's western boundaries
Be kind. Love others. There is SOMETHING good about EVERYONE. You just have to be willing to find it.
A town crier is defined as “an officer of the court who makes public announcements and royal proclamations.” As early as the 15th and 16th century, the town crier was the main news source of the townspeople. One of the first official American Town Criers was Peter Logan, a black slave who purchased his family’s freedom in the late 18th century. The former slave and ship carpenter set up a home for his family and became a respected member of society as Town Crier.
The 1962 Emancipation Proclamation, which declared that as of January 1, 1863 all persons held in slavery in areas still in rebellion would be "then, thenceforward, and forever free," would be a defining moment in Lincoln's presidency. Major Thomas Eckert in the War Department telegraph office kept this brass inkstand, which he said Lincoln used at the time the Proclamation was issued.