The sunrise was one of the most beautiful things I have ever seen. It looked like swirls of orange and pink. It almost looked like sherbert. The snorkeling boat trip was also wonderful. The water was turquoise, and the fish were almost neon they were so bright.
As we reached towards the beach we were able to see the bottom of the ocean. After landing in the island of Oahu, the first impression we had was that the island looked like paradise. Perhaps even the paradise where Adam and Eve lived, after the world was created. The green environment was very exquisite. Coconut trees and palm trees adorned the city of Honolulu.
This led to a Native and Quaker treaty being formed in 1682 which was signed in 1683 and 1684. It gave Indian equal rights in Pennsylvania and began the longest-lasting era of peace between colonists and Natives. Pennsylvania became the first colony to receive the Native’s trust and have an era of peace which made Pennsylvania into a prominent frontier in an idea-based way. In the textbook Creating the Thirteen Colonies, Hakim outlines the effects Quaker beliefs had on Pennsylvania by explaining how Penn wanted all people to be treated fairly and given equal rights: even servants, Negroes, and the Native Americans. (Making Thirteen Colonies, Hakim, 107) Another idea that made Pennsylvania into a frontier religiously/politically was that Penn also incorporated his ideas of religious toleration and “natural right” into the founding of his colony.
King Saint Stephen I received many honors during his extensive life span. Stephen was born in 975 AD with the name Vajk, but, in 995 AD he was baptized by the 2nd bishop of Prague and re-named Stephen. The bishop who baptised him was named Saint Adalbert. Adalbert, who had converted Stephen’s father to Christianity was also responsible for Stephen’s religious education. Both Adalbert and Stephen’s tutor Theodatus put an extra effort into Stephen’s education because they believed he could rule well with Christianity.
The President of the United States is sworn into office with his hand on the bible. With all of these things considered, it is apparent how Christianity gained recognition and became the most practiced religion worldwide. There are so many aspects of Christianity that influenced not only western civilization over centuries, but world civilization as well. Without Christianity and the belief of everlasting salvation, the world and everyone in it would be very different. There is a certain kind of freedom and hope that only people living in Christian societies
We have a lot of holidays to like christmas celebrated on Dec 26, were we celebrate the birth of christ. The Fourth of July celebrated on july 4, it is celebrated because of our separation from england. Thanksgiving celebrated on nov 24, celebrated by both the US and canada because of the alliance and friendship of the native americans. They had many great landmarks like just us, which some occur naturally such as the copper canyon and lots more are man made like calakmul, mitla, mexico city, and lots of others. Lots of the landmarks were made way back in the day by the aztecs.
James Madison is one of the best gifts God has ever given America. He can be credited as one of the nation’s greatest gifts because of his role in writing the U.S. Constitution, establishing the Democratic- Republican party, and becoming America’s fourth President. On May 25, 178, fifty-five delegates began the long trip to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where the first ever Constitutional Convention would begin. One of those men was James Madison. Not one member was better prepared, or contributed so abundantly to the Constitution than James Madison.
In Polynesian culture there are 3 dramatic aspects of their society that are signicant, these are common more in Hawaiian culture that I will examine in my information report. These 3 aspects include the Hawaiian economy, the culture of the locals and the food consumed in the country. Hawaii is located west of the USA in the central pacific, although it is not joint with the United States it is governed by the US and is situated in North America, USA. There is no place on earth like Hawaii. Whether you're a new to the country or returning, the six unique islands offer distinct experiences that will astonish any traveller.
The Haitian government also includes 30 members of the senate which is the upper house and 99 members of the chamber of deputies which is the lower house. A large portion of the population in Haiti follow the Roman Catholic Religion, however, there is an understanding that Voodoo may be the National Religion of Haiti. In the
For some it is a day of remorse, others a day to look back on history and for others, it is seen as just another day off. I see this holiday as a day to look back on Hawaii and its history, to realize the United States importance to Hawaii and finally a day to enjoy the Hawaii Nei.