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The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.~ John 1:5Our polarized nation came to a boiling point Charlottesville, Va during a recent protest regarding the removal of Confederate monuments. The nation is still reeling and responding to President Donald Trump’s response to events in Charlottesville. In the midst of darkness we must remember to always look for the stars. Stars are important because they navigate us when it is dark. The most important star that makes life possible is the sun without it life would not exist. Our quality of life to fortified when we shine light in the midst of darkness.
Learn more about Stars via National Geographic
God made the two great lights, the greater light to govern the day, and the lesser light to govern the night; He made the stars also. ~ Genesis 1:16
Here are few stories gleamed for today’s issue of the Luminous Report. The Luminous Report is curated content by Illuminated Living shared every Friday.
Former White Supremacists are Helping Others to Renounce Their Extremism via Good News Network
Response from Educator, Rita Wirtz Charlottesville: How Did We Get Here?
Community | Racists Couldn’t Keep This Teacher From Throwing An Epic Party For Kids In Charlottesville via GOOD
Love is the KeyKeep shining, keep loving, and keep serving luminaries. Together We Shine!
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