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what is it to not dwell on something that bears weight and importance in a part but not the whole of itself? what is it to let go discard brush past move away from reject? in the vein of ideas and actions and inward thingsthere's more of a definite line.  but what about tangible physical flesh-and-bone things? what about our fellow man?  what is it to respect and acknowledge other beings when they are not doing the same in turn for you? what is it to be dehumanized by another in the way of…

what is it to not dwell on something that bears weight and importance in a part but not the whole of itself? what is it to let go discard brush past move away from reject? in the vein of ideas and actions and inward thingsthere's more of a definite line. but what about tangible physical flesh-and-bone things? what about our fellow man? what is it to respect and acknowledge other beings when they are not doing the same in turn for you? what is it to be dehumanized by another in the way of…

if you dont know what i mean then leave  I know what you mean. ;) And yes, yes he does.

if you dont know what i mean then leave I know what you mean. ;) And yes, yes he does.

We all comprehend what angriness is, and we've all experienced it: whether as a fleeting aggravator or as full-fledged rage.<p>Angriness is a entirely normal, commonly healthy, human emotion. However when it gets out of control and turns destructive, it might lead to troubles-troubles at work, in your personal relationships, and in the total quality of your life. And it might make you feel as though you're at the mercy of an unpredictable and powerful emotion.<p>Angriness/rage is technically…

We all comprehend what angriness is, and we've all experienced it: whether as a fleeting aggravator or as full-fledged rage.<p>Angriness is a entirely normal, commonly healthy, human emotion. However when it gets out of control and turns destructive, it might lead to troubles-troubles at work, in your personal relationships, and in the total quality of your life. And it might make you feel as though you're at the mercy of an unpredictable and powerful emotion.<p>Angriness/rage is technically…

We all comprehend what angriness is, and we've all experienced it: whether as a fleeting aggravator or as full-fledged rage.<p>Angriness is a entirely normal, commonly healthy, human emotion. However when it gets out of control and turns destructive, it might lead to troubles-troubles at work, in your personal relationships, and in the total quality of your life. And it might make you feel as though you're at the mercy of an unpredictable and powerful emotion.<p>Angriness/rage is technically…

We all comprehend what angriness is, and we've all experienced it: whether as a fleeting aggravator or as full-fledged rage.<p>Angriness is a entirely normal, commonly healthy, human emotion. However when it gets out of control and turns destructive, it might lead to troubles-troubles at work, in your personal relationships, and in the total quality of your life. And it might make you feel as though you're at the mercy of an unpredictable and powerful emotion.<p>Angriness/rage is technically…

We have a lifespan, let’s be hopeful, that is about 90 years. If you peak at 18, I hate to think what those other 72 years are going to be like.    High school doesn’t define you, neither does college, neither does the job you have. You define you. The way you dress, talk and communicate with others, the hobbies you have, what you do for fun.    Source: That Kind Of Woman · In Time Blog Entry

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We have a lifespan, let’s be hopeful, that is about 90 years. If you peak at 18, I hate to think what those other 72 years are going to be like. High school doesn’t define you, neither does college, neither does the job you have. You define you. The way you dress, talk and communicate with others, the hobbies you have, what you do for fun. Source: That Kind Of Woman · In Time Blog Entry

Onion Benefits: Top 10 Health Benefits of Onions   Onions - aromatic it is used as the basis for many food recipes and helps you reach your true potential taste. But be careful when cooking the onion: many nutrients are in the outer layers and can be lost if cooked onion. Do not be afraid of crying when you cut the onion. With the right techniques you can get a chopped onion shed a tear.  Prevents Diabetes:A single serving of onion contains 27% of its biotin DRI. Biotin has many positive…

Onion Benefits: Top 10 Health Benefits of Onions Onions - aromatic it is used as the basis for many food recipes and helps you reach your true potential taste. But be careful when cooking the onion: many nutrients are in the outer layers and can be lost if cooked onion. Do not be afraid of crying when you cut the onion. With the right techniques you can get a chopped onion shed a tear. Prevents Diabetes:A single serving of onion contains 27% of its biotin DRI. Biotin has many positive…

*LOVE yourself* Cliché AF, I know. But just cuz self love has become a trendy topic these days (along with selfies), doesn't mean it's a fading, fleeting trend. I have been a Christian ever since I was little, and was raised in church. Over the years, I grew up hearing sermons about how we are not to be "self" absorbed, but rather God absorbed. I also heard several messages instructing me not to believe in myself, but only in God's power. Don't get me wrong, Jesus is everything, and it's…

*LOVE yourself* Cliché AF, I know. But just cuz self love has become a trendy topic these days (along with selfies), doesn't mean it's a fading, fleeting trend. I have been a Christian ever since I was little, and was raised in church. Over the years, I grew up hearing sermons about how we are not to be "self" absorbed, but rather God absorbed. I also heard several messages instructing me not to believe in myself, but only in God's power. Don't get me wrong, Jesus is everything, and it's…

I believe I might understand the broken house thing it mean that if you leave destruction will follow you and if you commit suicide your house and family will break apart in your wake I never thought of this or it's about how you will rise above it if you are in a bad environment and you will rise up

I believe I might understand the broken house thing it mean that if you leave destruction will follow you and if you commit suicide your house and family will break apart in your wake I never thought of this or it's about how you will rise above it if you are in a bad environment and you will rise up

Now that you said that... It kinda does really start in acomaf. Acotar was really all the background. It was very good background information but it paved the way for acomaf. Then again that's usually what 1st books are for

Now that you said that... It kinda does really start in acomaf. Acotar was really all the background. It was very good background information but it paved the way for acomaf. Then again that's usually what 1st books are for

Yes we are talking about 'Ravana' in the 21st century. We all know him but what does ‘Ravana’ mean? What has it meant throughout history, and what does it mean today? There is Ravana in each one of us just that it differs in percentage. Our society is suffering because of many destructive Ravanas who are in disguise and harming the mankind. Every year we just burn just the effigy of the evil which really doesn't make sense as long as there are Real Ravanas in the society amongst us.

Yes we are talking about 'Ravana' in the 21st century. We all know him but what does ‘Ravana’ mean? What has it meant throughout history, and what does it mean today? There is Ravana in each one of us just that it differs in percentage. Our society is suffering because of many destructive Ravanas who are in disguise and harming the mankind. Every year we just burn just the effigy of the evil which really doesn't make sense as long as there are Real Ravanas in the society amongst us.

Another Union Fears ‘Destructive Consequences’    7/19/13

Union Fears ‘Destructive Consequences’ From Obamacare

Complacency - Either it is a vice or virtue it can't be explained but from what I have seen I know that any successful person stays clear from one word and that is - COMPLACENCY !  Complacency and being Self- Complacent : What does it mean ? Complacency literally means knowing what you ought to do but still not working on it because of a false sense of satisfaction that all that needs to be done has already been done. A self-complacent person is like a self-destructive time bomb, ticking…

Complacency - Either it is a vice or virtue it can't be explained but from what I have seen I know that any successful person stays clear from one word and that is - COMPLACENCY ! Complacency and being Self- Complacent : What does it mean ? Complacency literally means knowing what you ought to do but still not working on it because of a false sense of satisfaction that all that needs to be done has already been done. A self-complacent person is like a self-destructive time bomb, ticking…

Why does this entire fandom not know what the word friendly means! Do you all need dictionaries!

Why does this entire fandom not know what the word friendly means! Do you all need dictionaries!

Godzilla eats a commuter train - In 1954, an unstoppable force was unleashed on Japan, causing wide-spread destruction and panic.  It wasn't a typhoon, an earthquake, a tsunami, or aerial bombing, although it drew on all of those catastrophes for inspiration.  The 1954 disaster was a giant, fire-breathing monster called Godzilla.  (His name was originally Gojira, from gorira meaning "gorilla" combined with kujira meaning "whale.") What Does Godzilla Mean to the People of Japan?

Godzilla eats a commuter train - In 1954, an unstoppable force was unleashed on Japan, causing wide-spread destruction and panic. It wasn't a typhoon, an earthquake, a tsunami, or aerial bombing, although it drew on all of those catastrophes for inspiration. The 1954 disaster was a giant, fire-breathing monster called Godzilla. (His name was originally Gojira, from gorira meaning "gorilla" combined with kujira meaning "whale.") What Does Godzilla Mean to the People of Japan?