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  1. sn1993j
    05-22-2016 04:21 PM
    sn1993j commented on Does sugar make you fat?
    I thought it was 10%, but 30% strengthens my argument. Thank you.
  2. spect
    05-04-2016 07:17 PM
    spect commented on Research finds a form of consciousness in Insects
    oh that was just a joke
  3. Bioplasmoid
    05-03-2016 03:43 PM
    Bioplasmoid
    Cheers, but what's a quipie doll in RBM terms? Yeah I find myself questioning what to bother posting here as there are so many discoveries I read about that I think everyone would enjoy, but how to pick the "the best for INTJf" is not an easy task.
  4. Sk8ordude
    04-30-2016 07:51 AM
    Sk8ordude
    Thanks.

    I cant take all the credit though, while its not based on the experience of others, it was largely influenced by my experience of others and their work.
  5. Underachiever
    04-25-2016 02:22 PM
    Underachiever
    My diet's pretty terrible (though I maintain a healthy weight), and I've been considering cutting down the amount of sugar and/or processed foods I eat. In the past I've cut out artificial coloring and soda; I don't remember why I caved on soda (it's likely that I was out of caffeine pills and needed caffeine, because cutting out soda was relatively easy), but I did cave on artificial coloring because it's so hard to avoid it... It's in the most ridiculous things. Sugar's the same way, if not worse, so I was wondering if the short term benefits seem worth it -- I'm not sure I could do something that inconvenient if I didn't feel short term benefits.

    What kind of short term benefits did you notice, if you don't mind me bugging you?
  6. Underachiever
    Have you personally noticed any benefits from cutting down on sugar dramatically? I know there are long term benefits (less shortening of the telomeres, better dental health and with that less chance of heart disease, etc.), but I mean personal observations.
  7. Palladium
    04-20-2016 02:18 PM
    Palladium commented on Ever Got Cancer?
    Good advice re: dealing with the fear first.
  8. Kaorichan99
    04-05-2016 07:27 AM
    Kaorichan99
    I don't know where you are, but i feel you. How did it feel? It must've been weird to be evaluated like that.
    I've never taken personality tests on college but i too, was referred as 'different' by the lecturers.
  9. Kaorichan99
    04-05-2016 07:24 AM
    Kaorichan99
    I don't know where you are, but i feel you. How did that feel? It must've been weird to be evaluated like that.
    I've never taken any personality test in college but i too, was referred as 'different' by the lecturers.
  10. Cockney Red
    Yep. In the UK these are everywhere. 21st Century servitude.
  11. Kaorichan99
    04-02-2016 01:32 AM
    Kaorichan99
    I don't actually know that. A lot of people here using that sentence for like.. everything.

    You're probably luckier than me to have found like-minded people in real life. Met many people, never met the like-minded ones, and part of the reason is me being too closed off to share my thoughts but also at the same time being friendly. But it's true, this forum indeed is helping in our improvements.
  12. Kaorichan99
    03-31-2016 03:49 PM
    Kaorichan99 commented on Why does Truth take the backseat?
    Sorry for this. English is not my main language. I'm glad you can see what i was trying to say ahaha. It's really hard because my vocabulary is limited (for now). But thanks for understanding!
  13. WoodsWoman
    03-27-2016 03:08 PM
    WoodsWoman
    I begin... and likely will only ever think that I have only begun... a place of great Grace, and the largest, most idealistic Love could only begin to be defined. I see though a glass darkly...
  14. WoodsWoman
    03-27-2016 02:22 PM
    WoodsWoman
    That bigger picture - I wish more people understood this. *smile*
  15. WoodsWoman
  16. ness2361
    03-26-2016 05:11 PM
    ness2361
    I'm not sure I understand how sharing that would not have its place among the diverse experiences and thoughts surrounding Easter, but as I said, I welcome others, yet "skipping it" is of course a valid response.
  17. ness2361
    03-26-2016 05:03 PM
    ness2361
    The content of the recording and the content of the excerpt are almost the same. There is something personal in tone in my reading, and as a professional writer who has done public readings, been invited to speak in various universities and other settings, this aspect of reading another writer's work is satisfying--not just for/to me, but for/to many others.

    If, however, your mind does not open for that kind of sharing, skip it... and just share whatever The Easter Event "did mean to you" (if anything) as a child, say; what it means to you now (if anything), and if not, just share why.

    I want everyone to feel welcome to come on in and just be among others who are sharing from an honest place: whatever that means to each of us.
  18. ness2361
    03-26-2016 04:51 PM
    ness2361
    It's optional, and for those who could not stand the lap-top fanning whirring--some did not mind the noise at all; some got through it and ignored it, and others could not deal with it.

    That is only one reason.

    For me, I would listen to the recording (if I could) "and" read the text; it would have an intensified affect that strengthens my own post, or gives me more to reflect upon before posting.

    But I don't want anyone to feel that he (or she) has to "do" anything, or hold any particular position.

    I invited, and I welcome, various experiences from different vantage points, from fun to serious, atheist to Christian, and every kind of religious or non-religious response.

    I love diversity, truly.
  19. ness2361
    03-26-2016 04:09 PM
    ness2361
    Go here, and then backtrack through the pages till you get to Post #1330 which right now is on page 45 in there:

    http://intjforum.com/showthread.php?...06#post5527806
  20. ness2361
    Reread my opening statement; it tells the posters that if they like, go to my blog spot #1330 and read it, there.

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