I just say again EXCELLENT ❤❤❤👍👍❤
You didn’t ask for it, but it happened,
let’s not go into detail how, there it is.
Do what you will with that life (do no harm);
despite what some people will tell you,
you (mostly) choose how to live it.
One, two, one, two, three
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Struggled with faith in food love or food miracles (miracles) uh!Never wanna put myheart/stomachon the line, uh!But swimming in your Phenylethylalanine is something spiritual (spiritual) uh!I’m born again every time your flavonoids spend the night, uh!
‘Cause your Tryptophan takes me to paradise
Yeah your Seratonin takes me to paradiseAnd it shows, yeah, yeah, yeah
‘Cause you make me feel like,
I’ve been locked out ofchocolateheaven
For too long, for too long…
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Did you know that the Scandinavian Vikings visited Newfoundland and Labrador Canada approximately five centuries before John Cabot or Christopher Columbus sailed to North America? Vinland or Wine-land was discovered by Leif Erickson, covered the area from the Gulf of St. Lawrence to the northeastern New Brunswick known for its grapevines, then all the way up to Newfoundland.
Photo below: Reenactment of Viking ships at L’Anse aux Meadows
Vikings were known for their raiding and trading in unknown lands such as L’Anse aux Meadows located at the Northern tip of Newfoundland. In 1960 archaeological artifacts were found there. This site’s discovery and dig was lead by Archaeologist Anne Stine Ingstad with her husband Helge Ingstad. Vineland or Wine-land was written about in the Icelandic Sagas. This site was named an Archaeological and Historical site by the Government of Canada in 1968. Over time, the Vikings left the area due to…
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Our Children: Our Future 👍👍❤🤗
Let’s start with something sweet, shall we?
Blondie finished the school year with a straight-A report card. She was particularly proud of her last story for writing class: “The Invention that Changed the Chicken World.” It’s a suspenseful tale of action and intrigue as Zach, a lowly chicken residing on a dairy farm on the slopes of Mount St. Helens, discovers that special rocks from the volcano will help him build a jet pack. He successfully builds a model only to be discovered by a nefarious squirrel…well here, you read it:
Little did Zach know that two sinister eyes were watching from the trees. Later Zach was walking back to the coop when suddenly, a squirrel jumped in the way! He was wearing an eyepatch on his right eye! Worst of all, he was pointing a GUN AT HIM!!!
“Gimme your rocks, sonny. Then you can have…
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“A man is never as big as when he is on his knees to help a child.”❤🙏👍
« Un homme n’est jamais si grand que lorsqu’il est à genoux pour aider un enfant. »
“A man is never as big as when he is on his knees to help a child.”
Pythagore(Πυθαγόρας)(né vers – 580 av JC – et mort vers – 495 av JC) est un mathématicien, scientifique et philosophe grec. Ayant quitté son île (Samos), il y revient après des voyages en Egypte mais le tyran Polycrate de Samos le contraint à partir. Il s’installera alors à Cratone, colonie grecque dans le sud de l’Italie pour y fonder une communauté…
Who would have thought a new pair of shoes could cause so much grief? Shoes are a tool for folks that live in Northern climates and keep feet sunburn free in Southern climates. Footwear, at times is vital to a person’s survival. Shoes keep our feet warm, dry and injury free. Evolving over time, shoes became a fashion statement to wear first by royals and wealthy people and later was available to the everyday person.
This story has a moral weaved throughout it vanity may become ones own undoing.
In the past this was one of the seven deadly sins of Christianity and this particular tale reflects this theme throughout. It also has a deeper meaning, craft your own pair of shoes, instead of wearing someone else’s shoes. (pertaining to ones own creativity and instinct.)
In Clarissa Pinkola Estés book “Women Who Run with The Wolves,” on page 222, Dr…
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Playing the Part of the Less & Less Blemished Witness Guided Imagery:
All types of meditative guided imagery can fit under the heading of being a ‘less and less blemished witness’, albeit this meditative witnessing is a form of general guided imagery and can be utilized in almost any context or setting.
Being a less and less blemished witness, as unto itself a succinct guided imagery practice as such, is focusing (not thinking) on or about one thing or two or three things, e.g., with regard to witnessing just exactly what one is doing at any given time, ideally nothing more any nothing less. This meditative witnessing is the ‘sword’ (h’ou t’ou) that cuts out, erases thinking and/or cyclical thinking, so that one can eventually learn to genuinely (without fooling oneself) empty one’s mind completely. That said and yin to yang and yang to yin, even if one truly learns…
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For all Mothers in the World 🙏❤
LOVE YOU MOM, HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY TO YOU AND ALL THE MOMS IN THE WORLD ❤
(FR) On dit dans ma culture que tu es le pilier principale et fondateur qui maintient toute la structure d’une maison, mais ils ne savent pas que tu es plus que ça et les mots ne peuvent et ne pourrons jamais te décrire maman. Ils ne savent pas que tu es le bouclier qui protège et qui défend contre toute menace physique, mental ou émotionnel, tu es l’héroïne et le superman de tes enfants, l’espace entre tes bras est le refuge qui guérit de tous les maux à chaque fois que ton enfant est perdu. Maman, je sais que ton amour inconditionnel et les dogmes des sociétés t’ont fait faire des compromis incommensurables , tu as donné ta jeunesse , tes rêves , ta santé et tout ce que l’humain a de plus précieux ,pour tes enfants et ton foyer et je sais que tu l’as fait et tu le fait sans…
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A Dostoevskian Work by Tolstoy, fascinating 👍🤗🤗❤❤❤🙏
Let’s tackle this weird piece of literature. The most Dostoevskian work by Tolstoy: The Kreutzer Sonata. Why was it written, what did Tolstoy mean with it, and how much of it represents Tolstoy’s own views?
A Crime Passionel
It’s a murder mystery. We know from the start that Pozdnyshev has murdered his wife, but the tension is kept in the story by the question what drove him to it. Instead of the happy family life that Pozdnyshev was expecting, marriage turned out to be nothing more than alternating periods of arguments and lust. Disillusioned, Pozdnyshev becomes more and more desperate and tense. His dispair culminates when he becomes convinced that his wife is deceiving him with a violinist. Unable to cope with the stress any longer, he murders her.
Confessions of a murderer
For most of the novella we are listening to the monologue of Pozdnyshev. And what a…
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