In the first grade, I experienced an epiphany that girls were always treated differently than boys.
His everyday reports seems to consist of one epiphany after another, followed by periods of self-doubt and isolation.
Then, at 18, she had her own very real epiphany to deal with: a first child.
Like all great records, the seeds of baptism came from personal epiphany.
But how does Huck reach this epiphany and who did Twain base his character on?
His gift was the ability to seek out and capture, with humanity and grace, each little epiphany of everyday Parisian life.
Christmas cakes run the gamut from plain cakes decorated with red and green icing to fruitcake, Italian Panettone, and King Cake, which is served on the Epiphany to celebrate the arrival of the kings to the manger.
The larger gift exchange that many people in other countries enjoy on Christmas Eve or Christmas morning is usually held later in Italy on the day of Epiphany each January 6.
This proved to be a tremendous epiphany for Jose Silva, as he was convinced he had discovered a technique to help the human mind tap its true potential.
Shortly after his epiphany, McKay acquired his first patent and licensed his technology to additional manufacturers.