E. K. Fernandez is a man whose life has been jam-packed with “firsts.”
At the turn of the century he promoted the “first” giveaway, offering a camera a week to attract customers to his photo supply business.
He brought to Hawaii the “first” English motion picture camera and showed the “first” talkies in the Islands.
He pushed through the Legislature a measure allowing, for the “first” time, motion pictures on Sundays (providing they were educational and Biblical in nature).
His “first” Sunday motion picture? Something with Charlie Chaplin titled “Tillie’s Punctured Romance.”
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Good works for the Kingdom of God, strive to enter into those works; for they will help you with your life. Here are the church steeples pointing upward towards the good hope of rebirth, and it would not be detrimental to you O Dear reader to join in works of the Kingdom of God here on earth.
Good works that will benefit you on earth, are those activities that will be good for you and your loved ones upon the earth; do not be ashamed to put your hands down into the earth to grow good things from Mother earth that will bless your life upon the earth. Continue reading