DAY 77 Whenever you employ the superlative or comparative forms of any word, it means you have established a set standard of measure against which the comparison is being done. However, there is a rule to comparison: the standards of measure have to be the same: so you can compare lengths, but not with weights.... Continue Reading →


262/365 There is a reason everything is governed by a specific sets of rules. A goal in soccer is allowed to stand only when specific criteria are met, on a chess board pieces can only move in a set pattern and direction and a centimetre is always equivalent to 10 millimetres. These things are set... Continue Reading →


DAY 12 OF 365 IN 2021 Mark 1:22 And they were astonished at his doctrine: for he taught them as one that had authority, and not as the scribes. Pulse per minute, respiratory rate per minute, blood peessure, temperature and oxygen saturation as a percentage; these are the individual parameters seen in the National Early... Continue Reading →

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