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A Bedtime Story For A New Day
Every child loves a bedtime story. Good stories inspire the imagination and create a sense of drama and suspense. Stories are as old as the bible and as new as the latest published book.
There are many different type of bedtime stories, but the best ones are stories that moms and dads can read to their children; a story that grandparents can share with their grandchildren. Every good story invites the reader to ask the question, Whats coming next? So, too, a good bedtime story intrigues readers, helps them sleep well, and gets them excited to greet a new day when they wake up.
Today, many people live in fear. Boys and girls are caught up in this negative way of thinking because the stories they hear are filled with violence and terrorism that destroy human relationships. These stories feed upon misunderstanding, intolerance, and hatredlumbering along like dinosaurs that trample millions in the wake of their steps to make a world of fear, anxiety, and darkness. It is time for the light of a new daya day of understanding, peace, and love in our world. It is time to respect the dignity of every person whose unique differences make creation what God intended it to be. May we wake up to a new day when we celebrate the riches of our diversity.
A brand new book, The Rainbow Chronicles: A Bedtime Story for a New Day offers a positive alternative. Dads and sons, moms and daughters can read this book and make the story grow into something beautiful. Our world needs old and young people to share their beauty and join with the grandeur of all people. Our world needs the positive examples of adults to be role models who inspire young people to live joy-filled, positive lives. Our world needs the faith, prayers, and effort of young people to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ, like petals of the dark-purple tulips, so that future generations will wake up to a better day.
Each of us is called to be a dwelling place for the Rainbows End. Each of us is invited to welcome the Throne of the Almighty into our hearts. No matter what belief system, physical appearance, gender, age, family background, race, or ethnic heritage, whether married or single, I encourage you to make a difference for good in the way you and your family touch the lives of others through loving actions.
So, what is coming next? More dinosaurs or more flowers? A desert or a garden? In many ways, its up to you! Make sure to buy, read and act on this book. May you bring the Rainbows End home to yourself, your family, neighborhood, and community, your place of worship, and yes, to the ends of our earth. May you strive to help others write The Rainbow Chronicles in their lives. May the breath of the Almighty, the Holy Spirit, always whisper love in and through you.
BONUS : A Child Carrier For Bikes Puts Safety Up Front
There's good news for parents who want to introduce young children to the joy of bicycle riding but are concerned about safety.
A safer bicycle ride for both parents and young children may be available thanks to what's been described as a design breakthrough in child carriers.
Even with a proper helmet, many parents find it challenging to ride with their child behind them. Some are fearful that sudden moves on the part of the child can make it difficult to steer and maintain balance. Others have reported that it's common to be kicked when the child rides behind in a standard carrier.
All that may be changing thanks to a family-owned company called Kent Bicycles. They've developed a child carrier that mounts in front of the person powering the bicycle. Called The Kangaroo, the carrier is said to make riding with a small child safer and more fun.
The carrier offers what the company calls an interactive approach to bicycling. That's because with the child in front of the driver, it's easier for parent and child to interact and communicate. It's also easier for the parent to maintain control of the child's movements. Plus, since they are riding up front, "where the action is," children are likely to find the ride more interesting and entertaining.
Experts say that since the carrier is mounted in the center of the bike, and not the rear, it is safer and gives the bike and the riders more stability should a child shift his or her weight.
The Kangaroo is designed for children from 10 months to four years of age.
The company's history dates back to the early 1900s. Its bikes and related accessories are said to incorporate the latest advances in design and technology at an affordable price. The company refuses to ship a product until it is confident it is safe enough to be used by the families of its employees.