Before the year recedes entirely into history, let's do a quick retrospective of it.
Archives for December 2014
. . . and the sand which is brought up contains gold. To obtain this sand the Indians make expeditions into the desert, each one having yoked together
". . . In serving Confucius, I am like a thirsty man, who goes with his pitcher to the river and there drinks his fill, without knowing the river's
He was now sixty-nine years of age, and if a man is to be considered successful only when he succeeds in realizing the dream of his life, he must be
Looking at North America from the Incan point of view. Bradley Dixon from Not Even Past writes from a different point of view not only
Merry Christmas from History Moments and remember that Jesus is the reason for this holiday.
All Things Georgian presents a small cookbook of Christmas recipes from past centuries.
. . . the Persian land alone has not been mentioned by me as paying a contribution, for the Persians have their land to dwell in free from
This chief, who called himself the duke Chuh, being conscious how much his cause would be strengthened by the support of Confucius, sent Tsze-loo to