If you love music but can’t stand the muffled, tinny, sound that emits from your laptop or tablet here is a must have for your Xmas list. The iW3AirPlay Wireless Stereo Speaker System with Rechargeable Battery is, in a word, awesome! It is compact, easy to move around and best of all it sounds fantastic. It hooks up easily with your Wi-Fi network to any iPad, IPod, or your iTunes library. You can carry the speaker from room to room without losing any musical integrity AND you can control your device straight from the speaker. Sweet!
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What could be maybe more fun than seeing the movie FUN SIZE??!! Getting to talk with one of the stars themselves.….mmmhmmm, that’s right. Our roving and awesome interviewer, Stephanie Chong, met up with Victoria Justice – star of the movie Fun Size – in Toronto.
By: Stephanie Chong
Vervegirl (VG): So we hear you’ve been keeping busy with a new movie, can u tell us a little bit about that?
Victoria (V): Yes, I’ve been working on a movie called “Fun Size.” It’s my first lead role in a feature film, and it takes place on Halloween night. Pretty much, my character Wren is in the final year of high school, and gets into some trouble when her little brother goes missing, and the movie follows the adventures that her and her friends get into that evening.
VG: So would you say that it’s a coming of age type of movie?
V: Definitely yes, Wren makes some realizations throughout the movie and is about to go off to University, a lot of girls in highschool can relate to her character.
VG: How would you compare Tori Vega in Victorius to Wren in Fun Size?
V: Well they are both very different characters, almost complete opposite. Tori Vega is very dramatic and glamorous in the way she acts and dresses, and Wren is a lot more down to earth, a girl next door.
VG Who would you say you relate to more at this stage in your life?
V: I relate to both characters in different aspects, it’s as if I am a mix of Tori and Wren!
VG: So I hear you are involved with some charity work with the United Nations Foundation. Why did you choose to support GIRL UP?
V: I wanted to support GIRL UP to help girls who are less fortunate than I am, some of the things we take for granted everyday are unavailable and hard for people in general to get on a daily basis..such as water! I want to become a positive role model to all my fans and support a cause that I truly have a passion for, and that’s why I am part of the GIRL UP initiative.
VG: Wow, so you are a truly triple threat! An actress, singer, and philanthropist! Thanks so much for hanging out with us today!
V: You’re very welcome, it was a pleasure!
VG: Make sure to check out Victoria Justice’s new movie, “FUN SIZE,” in theatres October 26th! Ciao!
Verve Girl provides the opportunity for those to share what they love, but what exactly does that mean?
The question of how to understand and express love in an adequate form lingers all throughout Christianity. Being derived and inherited from different cultures, the actual meaning of love has remained ambiguous throughout history. Love has been associated with the moral and spiritual life, influenced by psychology, and categorized into theories. It is also offered through language, poetry, and songs; leaving theologians to interpret the word in different aspects. Throughout Christian history, the expression of genuine love is ultimately displayed when Jesus Christ died out of love for creation. This memorable act of love demonstrated by Jesus Christ concludes that love is a prominent aspect of Christian tradition. Love is referenced in both the Old and New Testament, multiple times supporting the common expression “God is Love”. The word is described as being patient, kind, protective, truthful, hopeful, and infallible. Many scholars have researched and explored the psychology of love. Thomas Aquinas, a philosopher and priest of The Roman Catholic Church, classified love into several groups; association, self-love, and human love for creation and for the neighbor. The word Love has also been divided into two mutually exclusive categories, eros and agape. These words, taken from the Greek language, are key concepts that are often used in the bible. Agape, being a divine Christian love, incorporates selfless concern for the well-being of others; often being referred to as ‘Charity’. Eros takes the form of human love, focusing on individual desires and heightens the need for material possessions and physical comfort. Sigmund Freud, an influential thinker, concluded that we really know nothing about love. There has been a constant debate all throughout history on the definite meaning, leaving the word Love to remain ambiguous.
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