Over 4,300 years ago, an event changed the course of history. The doors of the Ark were opened and mammals, birds, reptiles and human beings set out to repopulate the world.
Often termed “Noah’s Flood,” its effects have confused scientists to this day. Until very recently, much of what happened after the Flood has been shrouded in mystery.
Ready to move to el paso for the rest of the billing cycle, you will get your next.Its potency is found in how subtly we communicate availability and interest.This force has been in play at least since Isaac and Rebekah were caught “laughing” together (Genesis 26:8), a type of “laughing” that was of course far beyond simple spicy talk (ahem). If we rewind all the way back to the beginning of time, perhaps the first human interaction began with an awkward silence, a head-to-toe curiosity of the other, and then a flirtatious moment between Adam and Eve?I’m guessing here, but whenever it first started, flirting seems to be a primal phenomenon in human relationships and sexuality.But with the rise of digital technology, flirting also becomes more blunt, more convenient, and often more misleading and confusing.