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  1. INTJane
    04-15-2015 09:23 PM
    INTJane commented on Jane ~ Chapter Three
  2. The Frozen One
    04-14-2015 12:14 PM
    The Frozen One commented on Death and Plastic: the yoginimama thread
  3. gracious
    04-13-2015 03:49 PM
    That was my take on it too!
  4. plotthickens
    04-06-2015 09:03 AM
    Awwww. Sometimes you whip out your knowledge and excellence and everyone is like WHOA. Like what you did with the types of religion in your thread.

    I love learning from you. You make things so easy to understand.
  5. plotthickens
    04-06-2015 01:31 AM
    You too hun. Like you say, "the Insomnia, it burrrrns".

    You know, I'm a little smug to be friends with someone so learned.
  6. plotthickens
    04-06-2015 01:27 AM
    I'm tellin you, you gotta talk to your doc about benadryl for snoozies. Its side effects are no allergic reactions, it's very difficult to become desensitized to, it works quick and has very few if any bad interactions. It's safer than melatonin and very well known. Fuck it, I'm taking some now.
  7. plotthickens
    04-06-2015 01:15 AM
    I'm contemplating benadryl as I lay here listening to bs snore. Poor guy has achy hips tonight, i rubbed them and he's out... but now I'm up up up. Benadryl is one of the safe drugs that nurses can give to hospitalized patients without doctors orders... And they do, especially to problem patients: 'g'nite, jack!
  8. plotthickens
    04-06-2015 01:07 AM
    Thanks. Insomnia?
  9. Monte314
    04-06-2015 12:04 AM
    Yes, Luther rejected the book of James.

    In paraphrasing this verse, Reformed Theologians have said, "We are saved by faith alone; but faith that saves is not alone."

    As in other areas of human knowledge, there is an epistemological problem with faith. How do we know what we know? In particular, how do I know when another's faith is real?

    In the parable of the tares, Jesus makes it clear that we cannot know the faith of another with certainty. But He also said that we should judge a tree by its fruit... that is, by the crop it bears. In the context of faith, this is where "works" come in.

    The modern preacher Peter Lord put it this way when looking at "professions of faith". He said, "What you DO is what you believe; all the rest is just religious talk."

    I see it like this: A tree does not become an apple tree by producing apples. It produces apples because it is an apple true. Fruit does not make the tree what it is; it *shows* what the tree is. If the fruit is absent, we might question its type.

    Bottom line: No one is saved by what they do or don't do. And when one is saved, a changed life will result. The two naturally go together, with the works being an *effect*, not a *cause*.
  10. eagleseven
    04-02-2015 08:54 PM
    That's standard procedure for studies, yup! They often ask lab personnel to volunteer for said studies, in exchange for time-off or free meal vouchers.

    I usually avoid that, so I don't pass-out on the job.
  11. eagleseven
    04-02-2015 08:22 PM
    We need clinical trials and studies, yeah.
  12. eagleseven
    04-02-2015 05:49 PM
    eagleseven commented on Flying Like An Eagle
    Very brave of you, though
  13. eagleseven
    03-31-2015 03:40 PM
    eagleseven commented on Flying Like An Eagle
    Indeed! Haven't had an episode like that in four years.
  14. Monte314
    03-25-2015 05:31 AM
    Monte314 commented on Okay, I admit it...I'm obsessed with money.
    Another good post!
  15. eagleseven
    03-18-2015 04:16 PM
    eagleseven commented on Flying Like An Eagle
    Thank you.
  16. ElstonGunn
    03-16-2015 07:36 PM
    Thanks. It is quite a coincidence, isn't it?
  17. Cooper
    03-16-2015 10:08 AM
    Yeah, I thought these people are supposed to smart.
  18. Jezebel
    03-09-2015 03:47 AM
    Jezebel commented on Dear INTJforum
  19. The Frozen One
    03-08-2015 07:49 PM
    The Frozen One commented on Death and Plastic: the yoginimama thread
    For what it's worth, I know how you feel. Not fun. |||{{{Yogi}}}|||
  20. eagleseven
    03-08-2015 05:25 PM
    I sometimes mumble/hum lines from that song to myself, and everyone in the lab looks at my like I'm crazy...

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