NCAA College Football Week 4

I know I know, I’m a little late, but I have to be honest. This whole COVID thing had me almost giving up on this NCAA college football season, but after this weekend-college football is back baby!

If you’ve been following Table Seven then you know we put in some serious work covering the NCAA college football 2019/2020 season, but here we are; it’s week 4 of the 2020 season, and the K-State Oklahoma game revived me. For the second time in two seasons, the Kansas State Wildcats upset the Oklahoma Sooners. This year the Wildcats were unranked, while Oklahoma was ranked 3rd nationally. Kansas State rallied from a 21-point deficit, and ended up winning the game by 3. The final score was 38-35.

(5)Florida 51 Mississippi 35

(13)UCF 51 East Carolina 28

(8)Auburn 29 (23) Kentucky 13

(21)Pitt 23 (24)Louisville 20

(8)Texas 63 Texas Tech 56

Mississippi State (1-0) beat LSU (0-1) today 44-34. Mississippi QB K.J. Costello was 36 for 60, and threw for…get this…623 yards and 5 touchdowns! Yes, he threw for 623 yards against the 6th ranked Tigers.

Teams in the Big 10, Mountain West, Mid-American, and Pac-12, have not yet played. It looks like we’re in for a wild season, but at least we have a season. Having said that, I do agree with teams and players that decided to opt out this season.

Alright everyone, stay tuned.

Back in 1953

An armistice is an agreement made by opposing forcing during a war. Basically, an armistice is a truce. Why is that important?

We should know our history, we should embrace it, we should learn from it, and then, we should move forward. A wise person once said, “If we don’t remember our history, we’re doomed to repeat it.” I don’t know who that person was, but I conquer.

On July 27, back in 1953, and armistice was signed in Panmunjom, which is now located in Kaesong-a province in North Korea. The armistice put an end to the fighting in Korea, and the war ended and began in the same place, the 38th parallel.

Book Analysis, “Lives Of The Master”

I don’t know what kind of books you’re all into, everyone has their own favorite genres of books, but if you’re into reincarnation as a topic, and you don’t mind reading a different variation about the life of Jesus, than I’d like to recommend Lives Of The Master.

I’m trying think of the best way of explaining what this book is about without losing you because it can be complicated. I don’t know if you’re familiar with the psychic Edgar Cayce, but this book is based off his readings. Cayce was known for his amazing ability to preform psychic readings and transfer divine information while in trance or under hypnosis.

Lives Of The Master, written by Glen Sanderfur, is dedicated to Jesus Christ as Jesus is recognized as just one of many incarnations, who throughout time, hosted the “master soul.” This book isn’t so much about the life of Jesus specifically, but rather the soul. Chapter one discusses Edgar Cayce, which of course is super important because the reader needs the background information concerning who he is, what he does, and how he does it.

Understand, the information Cayce gives us is psychically channeled so you won’t find it anywhere else, and not only that, it sheds some light on topics we, in a reality, don’t know much about. Chapter two is titled, Story of the Master, and it talks about the soul as an entity and God’s plans for creation, which ultimately, involve the Master Soul.

To make this easy to understand, the Master Soul, is a light body that is said to have existed with God, in spirit. In a sense it’s God’s “right hand man” who aided in the creation of humans and the world we live in. When God created humanity, he gave a little piece of himself to his creation so that humanity would be a reflection of him. God also gave his creation free will, and humans were free to make their own choices and do as they pleased, even if God didn’t agree.

Over time, these souls became encased in their human body hosts. At one time, the souls were able to “travel” between the spirit world and the earthly plane, but when the got stuck in their bodies, they lost that ability. The only way out was death, but even then there was no guarantee they’d find their way back to the Father because they were lost.

The Master Soul begged God for his permission to return to earth, take on human form, and help led the lost flock back home. Over time The Soul has incarnated as Adam, Enoch, Hermes, Melchizedek, Joseph, Joshua, Zend, and Jesus, but there have been many others. All of them as individuals have woken up to their purpose in aiding humanity.

The book is awesome. It’s called Lives Of The Master, it was written by Glenn Sanderfur, and I recommend it-totally.

Have a wonderful evening everyone!

Something Isn’t Right

“Thank you for applying with our company, but unfortunately, at this time we’ve decided to move forward in the interview process with candidates whose qualifications are a better fit for what we’re looking for.”

Okay, that’s fine. I understand that I’m not going to get every job I apply for on the internet, but how can this be the answer 99% of the time?

If I’m not qualified, then who is? What skills and qualifications do they have that I don’t? Sometimes, I’m so qualified for a position I’m applying to, that I wonder if the actual company even read my cover letter and resume. I feel like if they did, they definitely wouldn’t have passed up on me, but this seems to be the trend. I’ll apply to a company, and then, the next day I’ll go for a walk, and the companies vehicles are driving past me beeping the horn. Are you kidding me?

Do I apply to jobs to make other people feel good? Why am I always on the outside looking in? I don’t know, but I’m starting to think about something.

Monster, Career Builder, Indeed, Linked In, and so on, are all third party job placement “internet companies.” Who actually works at these companies, and where has my private and professional information been going the last seventeen years?

If a company turns you down from a job, then someone should contact you directly and tell you why. Not only that, they should wish you luck on your job search and offer some type of information or advice on how you can land your next job so your not applying to a thousand different places.

If you use any of these websites to find jobs, write in and let me know what you’ve been experiencing. I’d like to know if your experiences have been similar to mine, or different.

Have a wonderful day!

NASA

Osiris REx is a NASA space mission that was launched on the eight day of September in 2016. Satellite Osiris, is supposed to visit NEO, near earth astroid, Benna, scoop up some space rocks, and return with a sample for observation and study. Osiris is due back to earth in 2023.

In case you didn’t know, NASA stands for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. I didn’t know that. As a matter of fact, I thought it meant North American Spy Agency. Ah, who knew?