Gun Control | The Christian Perspective

Silence often makes things worse, and today, we can no longer afford it. For so long this website has been focused solely on entertainment, and we’ve made the conscious effort to keep religion and politics at minimal discussion in order not to stir up any controversy. And I’ll be honest in admitting of the fact that I was personally hesitant to write this because I’d be bombarded with hateful comments. But my minuscule fear of backlash is absolutely nothing in comparison to the fear kids and parents must be facing today — or anyone who’s the victim of gun point because of their race, religion, sexual orientation or disabilities.

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Hello Bump Podcast Ep: 04 Thoughts (And a Broader Look into Celebrity Couples and Fan Boundaries. Oh, and baby fun.)

I’ve never been more stumped on how to title this because this technically isn’t a review so I have no clue how to appropriately label it in a few words. Anyway, I hope the above attempt works in someway. For those who haven’t heard yet, Timeless star Matt Lanter and his wife, the lovely Angela Lanter of Hello Gorgeous are expecting their first child and documenting it for us. Now while the podcast is primarily focused on all things pregnancy, there’s a moment in episode four that needs to be elaborated on here at MGcircles where we’re essentially focused on creating a positive environment for celebrities. (Fun fact, I hate that word. I hate that word with a passion. There should be a new one.)

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BREAKING! A Celebrity Relationship Doesn’t Belong to Us

Well, this must be a shocker. (Sarcasm. I’d figure people would be able to tell, but just in case, let’s make it abundantly clear.) And granted I’m not trying to change anyone’s opinions here, if it were that easy, the world would be a better place by now. But I suppose, the mere purpose of this article is to bring light to the fact that we, as fans, as journalists are in the wrong. We do nothing beneficiary when we attempt to dissect something that is not fiction. Sure we all have those special real life pairs we adore, hashtag goals anytime we see them, but the reality is that they owe nothing to us. And by nothing, I mean absolutely nothing. 

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101 Years Later

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“I should like to see any power of the world destroy this race, this small tribe of unimportant people, whose wars have all been fought and lost, whose structures have crumbled, literature is unread, music is unheard, and prayers are no more answered. Go ahead, destroy Armenia . See if you can do it. Send them into the desert without bread or water. Burn their homes and churches. Then see if they will not laugh, sing and pray again. For when two of them meet anywhere in the world, see if they will not create a New Armenia.”

William Saroyan 

It’s never easy to reflect upon something dark and tragic. Our words cannot bring justice, but perhaps, because they’re all we have, they can bring a sense of peace and most importantly, awareness. If you’ve never heard of the Armenian Genocide, you could read some of the details here.

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You’ve seen it all over social media by now, but today’s a wonderful day to pay close attention to all the selfless organizations that are changing our world for the better.

We all have our individual struggles. We have causes that are near and dear to our hearts. And in the midst of all the chaos in the world, it’s always key to remember that even if you have very little, giving back will bring you everything. Doing something good for another soul will bring you happiness unlike anything else. Spread kindness. Spread love. Give back.

Here are some of the many we love and support completely. St. Jude, Make a Wish, American Cancer SocietyJoyful Heart FoundationTo Write Love on Her Arms, Malala FundThe Giving Keys, Women Like Us Foundation, Kind Campaign, The Beauty BookGreat Circle, and much more.

World Suicide Prevention Day

September 10, 2015

We’d like to take a moment to send our love and prayers to those who’ve lost someone.

There aren’t many things we can say that’ll ever take another person’s excruciating pain away, but we can be there and we can encourage everyone else to do the same. Unfortunately we live in a world where kindness is somehow perceived as weakness and people have a tendency to judge others as opposed to focusing on their own lives. However, at this point, there’s sadly nothing we can do about it, bullies exist and troubles are all around us, but for those who want to make a difference, all we can do is spread love. We can choose to live our lives reminding others that even in times of adversary, good still remains. Whatever you’re facing that has you wanting to end your life, remember that there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel. It’s not just a cliche saying, it is the truth. You weren’t brought this far to be engulfed by the darkness, you are meant to prosper.

Please listen to your loved ones and ceaselessly show them kindness. As much as you can, remind them of how special they are, help them in whatever way you can, be the light in their lives when darkness is all they can see. One person has immense power — your kindness can save a life.

It’s not just our loved ones, but remember to extend that kindness to strangers, smile at them in public or perhaps pay for their drink at a coffee shop. Online communities are filled with bullies, take a moment to tell someone you love their blog as opposed to harassing them for different opinions. Use your words to spread love because once an act is done, it cannot be undone. You never know what a person may be facing at that moment you reach out to them — your love may just restore their faith in humanity and give them the hope to believe that there’s still light in the world.

Armenian Genocide Remembrance | April 24, 2015

One of the entities we pride ourselves with most here at MGcircles is our genuine desire to spread love. Whether it’s through our positively driven reviews or Heartening Inspiration posts, kindness and love are what matter most to us. As Armenians, our culture, faith, and history are incredibly significant to us and our loved ones. In 1915 our ancestors faced horrors we can’t even begin to fathom and today marks the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.

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Save Our Sons and Daughters

“Save Our Sons and Daughters” 

An excellent opportunity to give has been brought to our attention and we wanted to share it with all of you. “Save Our Sons and Daughters” is an Ireland registered Suicide Prevention Charity and there’s nothing more important than playing a part in saving a life.

A group of talented individuals have created a website where all of the proceeds from these adorable Captain Swan inspired shirts (designed by Sarah Mac) will go straight to the charity. What’s better than buying a cute shirt and having your purchase play a part in something great!? Not many things, friends.

For more information, visit the link above and spread the word if you are only able to do that. Awareness alone is everything.

Music Monday

February 19, 2015

Although today’s “Music Monday”, we’ve chosen to make this post in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. For starters, do yourselves a favor and read his noteworthy speech once more |x|. It can never be heard too many times. Some honorary figures are too great for words to ever do justice and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is one of those people.

The greatest tragedy today is that his speech clearly didn’t inspire the entire world. While he made a prodigious difference, there are people today who still discriminate. Don’t be one of those people. Treat everyone equally. Love everyone immensely and do good – fill the world with light.