"New York City is banning people younger than 21 from buying or being sold cigarettes under tobacco age limits that will be among the toughest in the US.
The city council voted overwhelming on Wednesday to raise the age from 18 to 21 for cigarettes, certain tobacco products and electronic vapor smokes. Another measure sets a minimum price of $10.50 a pack for tobacco cigarettes and steps up law enforcement on illegal tobacco sales.”
1. Does that make sense?
Many women end their statements with,“Does that make sense?” or “Do you know what I mean?”. We do this because we want to make sure we were understood, but this phrasing suggests you think you were incoherent. Instead, ask your listeners, “What…
Interesting. I do all of these, especially #1.
Guilty of all of these at some point in time.
It’s important to search Scripture when understanding how to receive and give criticism. The Internet has made it easy to register our criticisms and provides a platform for those with grudges. These interactions are front and center for the world to see. We must learn to interact in a way which glorifies God. “Do you not know that we are to judge angels? How much more, then, matters to pertaining to this life!” (1 Cor. 6:3).