Wire services have long prepared multiple versions of their news alerts. My predecessors went to the courtroom to hear the decisions announced, and they did not write a word until they had read the written decisions with care. But we are a news organization and we have an obligation to deliver the news.
After the first version of each article was posted, I promptly added a vote count, a telling quotation or two and a link to the decision. My colleagues Michael D.
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Shear and Julie Hirschfeld Davis, who had been in the courtroom, soon added a sense of what had happened there, focusing especially on the rare oral dissents delivered by Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. Then I spent perhaps an hour reading and another 90 minutes writing a full article that was posted in the early afternoon. These were more satisfying to write and added, I hope, the analysis that readers of The Times expect. Like the wider Middle East, Egypt is experiencing the emergence of the largest youth cohort in its history: a quarter of the region's population is aged between 15 and That means the Middle East has a massive pool of politically disfranchised young people, with no prospects.
The World Bank estimates that Egypt's economy will have to grow at more than 10 per cent just to absorb new entrants to the job market - an unrealistic target. In the coming decades, therefore, instability is likely to be a persistent feature of life across the region - ideal breeding conditions for millenarian movements such as Islamism. The received wisdom is that democracy will somehow solve the problem. This sounds good, but it isn't true. Democracy, after all, is a process, not an outcome in itself.
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To be grouped in with women such as Sarah, Hannah, Rachel, Elizabeth and others is an honor. Friends, neighbors, and the town folk all knew their little miracle was from God. There were no other explanations.
But those who wait on the Lord will find new strength. They will fly on wings like eagles. Isaiah So, for now, I soar. On wings that God Himself has given. Him imparting strength and dignity, full of surprise and blessings. Moments planned when my Momma prayed for me. I wait. Full of watchful, patient expectation. I trust God. She enjoys spending her days with her husband and their miracle daughter, Gabrielle, on BryantFamilyFarm. Stephanie, This is a beautifully honest post. Thank you for the grace you show in the waiting— the hopeful, expectant, trusting-anyway kind.
Oh my goodness…what a perfect post for me today. He is faithful, but this morning I needed to be reminded of the choice I have in the waiting — and the truth thath my praise WILL be deeper when my answer comes. Bless you for posting this! I can so relate to this post. I have been through a long journey of infertility and adoption and we are currently waiting in the process to adopt our next child.
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Stephanie, So much waiting in my life. My sister sent me this poem AGAIN, a sister who waited through seven year of infertility and had this hanging on her refrigerator all those years.
Thank you for this reminder on a Friday morning that seems so long already. God is working in the wait! Lovely Stephanie. I pray that you will soon emerge from the wings and delight in the dance of motherhood. Good food for thought. Tears come as I read your story, remembering my own wait and I hurt with you in yours. I remember the pain in the wait.
Oh the heart wrenching pain in the wait. But something magical happens when that child is placed in your arms. The pain of the wait seems like seconds instead of years. I wish I had spent more time praying for my children instead of mostly praying FOR them. I did pray this but I wish that had been my constant waiting prayer. A little story… when I finally was pregnant, I prayed for a redhead so anyone that would see them would know they were mine because our hair matched.
What color my babies hair was literally was the first question I asked the doctor when he delivered my son, Sam. I was so thrilled.. AM so thrilled to have a son with the most gorgeous red hair ever. And I now get to tell him how much God even cares about those little, seemingly insignificant things we pray for.
That when God gave him red hair, it was God showing me how much He loved and cared for me by answering my prayer for something so silly, but He just likes to delight us! Look at his hair shine in the sun! Thank you for my beautiful son! He will! You will be richly blessed and the depth of gratitude for the prize will astound you.
Such a sweet, sweet post! Thanks for sharing. Truly a beautiful post packed with truth. I love the Ann Voskamp quote you started with,. I hope that this waiting will help me to truly cherish my role as a mommy and cherish the time I get to spend with my children. I know that for some reason, unknown to me at this time, God is having me wait. I know that He is planning something wonderful, and way beyond what I could ever imagine.
My husband and I are looking forward to the possibility of becoming parents, later this year, to three children who are currently in foster care. We are overflowing with excitement at what is to come! Thank you for sharing. This is a beautiful post and just what I needed to be reminded of this morning. I am not waiting for a child but I am waiting for a couple things that I, too, believe are coming. But the waiting is difficult and I get discouraged. But, as happens so often, God uses something today, it was you to encourage me to wait and trust and to keep believing.