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Source: Fox News

I sat next to Jesus. Here's the only way to describe my incredible experience

Today 03:20 GMT

Thinking about it in the years since, I’ve realized that part of me wanted to keep this most private aspect of my experience just for myself.

I have since discovered that this is a common concern for others who have had a deeply emotional or spiritual experience. For some reason, I just didn’t want to share ev­erything, fearing that revealing it would make it less special.

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Source: New York Times

Going Local: Is It Possible, as a Foreigner, to Experience a Country as Its People Do?

Friday 12:43 GMT

Fathers take their young children on the Bosporus cruise as their fathers probably once did before them, not because they want to be tourists, but because some places in the world are so magical that, if you can just quiet the worry in your mind for a few blissful seconds, your own home can feel like a fantastic voyage — your authentic habitat; your real life, only better.

According to one advertising executive’s blog, its distinction was to offer “off-the-beaten-track Turkish holidays for the discerning middle classes” — some hotel rooms were $300 a night, but “class” is a moving target — and for those Britons who, the executive imagined, “wanted to feel they were getting away from the crowds,” who craved “an authentic experience.”

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Source: New York Times

Going Local: Is It Possible, as a Foreigner, to Experience a Country as Its People Do?

Friday 21:00 GMT

Fathers take their young children on the Bosporus cruise as their fathers probably once did before them, not because they want to be tourists, but because some places in the world are so magical that, if you can just quiet the worry in your mind for a few blissful seconds, your own home can feel like a fantastic voyage — your authentic habitat; your real life, only better.

According to one advertising executive’s blog, its distinction was to offer “off-the-beaten-track Turkish holidays for the discerning middle classes” — some hotel rooms were $300 a night, but “class” is a moving target — and for those Britons who, the executive imagined, “wanted to feel they were getting away from the crowds,” who craved “an authentic experience.”

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Source: New York Times

Going Local: Is It Possible, as a Foreigner, to Experience a Country as Its People Do?

Friday 20:02 GMT

Fathers take their young children on the Bosporus cruise as their fathers probably once did before them, not because they want to be tourists, but because some places in the world are so magical that, if you can just quiet the worry in your mind for a few blissful seconds, your own home can feel like a fantastic voyage — your authentic habitat; your real life, only better.

According to one advertising executive’s blog, its distinction was to offer “off-the-beaten-track Turkish holidays for the discerning middle classes” — some hotel rooms were $300 a night, but “class” is a moving target — and for those Britons who, the executive imagined, “wanted to feel they were getting away from the crowds,” who craved “an authentic experience.”

1 Article
Source: New York Times

Going Local: Is It Possible, as a Foreigner, to Experience a Country as Its People Do?

Friday 15:25 GMT

Fathers take their young children on the Bosporus cruise as their fathers probably once did before them, not because they want to be tourists, but because some places in the world are so magical that, if you can just quiet the worry in your mind for a few blissful seconds, your own home can feel like a fantastic voyage — your authentic habitat; your real life, only better.

According to one advertising executive’s blog, its distinction was to offer “off-the-beaten-track Turkish holidays for the discerning middle classes” — some hotel rooms were $300 a night, but “class” is a moving target — and for those Britons who, the executive imagined, “wanted to feel they were getting away from the crowds,” who craved “an authentic experience.”

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Source: New York Times

Going Local: Is It Possible, as a Foreigner, to Experience a Country as Its People Do?

Friday 11:47 GMT

Fathers take their young children on the Bosporus cruise as their fathers probably once did before them, not because they want to be tourists, but because some places in the world are so magical that, if you can just quiet the worry in your mind for a few blissful seconds, your own home can feel like a fantastic voyage — your authentic habitat; your real life, only better.

According to one advertising executive’s blog, its distinction was to offer “off-the-beaten-track Turkish holidays for the discerning middle classes” — some hotel rooms were $300 a night, but “class” is a moving target — and for those Britons who, the executive imagined, “wanted to feel they were getting away from the crowds,” who craved “an authentic experience.”

1 Article
Source: New York Times

Going Local: Is It Possible, as a Foreigner, to Experience a Country as Its People Do?

Friday 09:53 GMT

Fathers take their young children on the Bosporus cruise as their fathers probably once did before them, not because they want to be tourists, but because some places in the world are so magical that, if you can just quiet the worry in your mind for a few blissful seconds, your own home can feel like a fantastic voyage — your authentic habitat; your real life, only better.

According to one advertising executive’s blog, its distinction was to offer “off-the-beaten-track Turkish holidays for the discerning middle classes” — some hotel rooms were $300 a night, but “class” is a moving target — and for those Britons who, the executive imagined, “wanted to feel they were getting away from the crowds,” who craved “an authentic experience.”

1 Article
Source: New York Times

Going Local: Is It Possible, as a Foreigner, to Experience a Country as Its People Do?

Friday 18:12 GMT

Fathers take their young children on the Bosporus cruise as their fathers probably once did before them, not because they want to be tourists, but because some places in the world are so magical that, if you can just quiet the worry in your mind for a few blissful seconds, your own home can feel like a fantastic voyage — your authentic habitat; your real life, only better.

According to one advertising executive’s blog, its distinction was to offer “off-the-beaten-track Turkish holidays for the discerning middle classes” — some hotel rooms were $300 a night, but “class” is a moving target — and for those Britons who, the executive imagined, “wanted to feel they were getting away from the crowds,” who craved “an authentic experience.”

1 Article
Source: New York Times

Going Local: Is It Possible, as a Foreigner, to Experience a Country as Its People Do?

Friday 13:37 GMT

Fathers take their young children on the Bosporus cruise as their fathers probably once did before them, not because they want to be tourists, but because some places in the world are so magical that, if you can just quiet the worry in your mind for a few blissful seconds, your own home can feel like a fantastic voyage — your authentic habitat; your real life, only better.

According to one advertising executive’s blog, its distinction was to offer “off-the-beaten-track Turkish holidays for the discerning middle classes” — some hotel rooms were $300 a night, but “class” is a moving target — and for those Britons who, the executive imagined, “wanted to feel they were getting away from the crowds,” who craved “an authentic experience.”

1 Article
Source: New York Times

Going Local: Is It Possible, as a Foreigner, to Experience a Country as Its People Do?

Friday 08:04 GMT

Fathers take their young children on the Bosporus cruise as their fathers probably once did before them, not because they want to be tourists, but because some places in the world are so magical that, if you can just quiet the worry in your mind for a few blissful seconds, your own home can feel like a fantastic voyage — your authentic habitat; your real life, only better.

According to one advertising executive’s blog, its distinction was to offer “off-the-beaten-track Turkish holidays for the discerning middle classes” — some hotel rooms were $300 a night, but “class” is a moving target — and for those Britons who, the executive imagined, “wanted to feel they were getting away from the crowds,” who craved “an authentic experience.”

1 Article
Source: New York Times

Going Local: Is It Possible, as a Foreigner, to Experience a Country as Its People Do?

Friday 17:15 GMT

Fathers take their young children on the Bosporus cruise as their fathers probably once did before them, not because they want to be tourists, but because some places in the world are so magical that, if you can just quiet the worry in your mind for a few blissful seconds, your own home can feel like a fantastic voyage — your authentic habitat; your real life, only better.

According to one advertising executive’s blog, its distinction was to offer “off-the-beaten-track Turkish holidays for the discerning middle classes” — some hotel rooms were $300 a night, but “class” is a moving target — and for those Britons who, the executive imagined, “wanted to feel they were getting away from the crowds,” who craved “an authentic experience.”

1 Article
Source: New York Times

Going Local: Is It Possible, as a Foreigner, to Experience a Country as Its People Do?

Friday 09:56 GMT

Fathers take their young children on the Bosporus cruise as their fathers probably once did before them, not because they want to be tourists, but because some places in the world are so magical that, if you can just quiet the worry in your mind for a few blissful seconds, your own home can feel like a fantastic voyage — your authentic habitat; your real life, only better.

According to one advertising executive’s blog, its distinction was to offer “off-the-beaten-track Turkish holidays for the discerning middle classes” — some hotel rooms were $300 a night, but “class” is a moving target — and for those Britons who, the executive imagined, “wanted to feel they were getting away from the crowds,” who craved “an authentic experience.”

1 Article
Source: New York Times

Going Local: Is It Possible, as a Foreigner, to Experience a Country as Its People Do?

Friday 12:41 GMT

Fathers take their young children on the Bosporus cruise as their fathers probably once did before them, not because they want to be tourists, but because some places in the world are so magical that, if you can just quiet the worry in your mind for a few blissful seconds, your own home can feel like a fantastic voyage — your authentic habitat; your real life, only better.

According to one advertising executive’s blog, its distinction was to offer “off-the-beaten-track Turkish holidays for the discerning middle classes” — some hotel rooms were $300 a night, but “class” is a moving target — and for those Britons who, the executive imagined, “wanted to feel they were getting away from the crowds,” who craved “an authentic experience.”

1 Article
Source: New York Times

Going Local: Is It Possible, as a Foreigner, to Experience a Country as Its People Do?

Friday 15:27 GMT

Fathers take their young children on the Bosporus cruise as their fathers probably once did before them, not because they want to be tourists, but because some places in the world are so magical that, if you can just quiet the worry in your mind for a few blissful seconds, your own home can feel like a fantastic voyage — your authentic habitat; your real life, only better.

According to one advertising executive’s blog, its distinction was to offer “off-the-beaten-track Turkish holidays for the discerning middle classes” — some hotel rooms were $300 a night, but “class” is a moving target — and for those Britons who, the executive imagined, “wanted to feel they were getting away from the crowds,” who craved “an authentic experience.”

1 Article
Source: New York Times

Going Local: Is It Possible, as a Foreigner, to Experience a Country as Its People Do?

Friday 20:05 GMT

Fathers take their young children on the Bosporus cruise as their fathers probably once did before them, not because they want to be tourists, but because some places in the world are so magical that, if you can just quiet the worry in your mind for a few blissful seconds, your own home can feel like a fantastic voyage — your authentic habitat; your real life, only better.

According to one advertising executive’s blog, its distinction was to offer “off-the-beaten-track Turkish holidays for the discerning middle classes” — some hotel rooms were $300 a night, but “class” is a moving target — and for those Britons who, the executive imagined, “wanted to feel they were getting away from the crowds,” who craved “an authentic experience.”


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