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Bia

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  1. Thank you for that! Yes I should get one.

  2. Found this.

    You should get one.

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    It even has the right tilt.

  3. Outwit natural selection? Contravene natural selection laws? Will thou , mere human, defy the Deity you should revere? Will you have the presumption to challenge The Laws of Nature?! Kneel down and pray for forgiveness! "Laws of natural selection" are not dictations of how things should be, they are a man-made description of how things seem work. Funny how people get confused by the term. In all empirical sciences "law" and "theory" have the same value, yet if something does not follow some interpretation of what you call natural law, that something can be somehow "wrong".
  4. The blogs here are full duplex, if that's what you meant.

  5. Corny or not, there must be someone who has yet to hear them... Riddles and/or amusing rhymes anyone? Enigma 'Twas whispered in heaven, 'twas muttered in hell, An echo caught softly the sound as it fell; In the confines of earth 'twas permitted to rest, And the depths of the ocean its presence confessed; 'Twill be found in the sphere when they're riven asunder, Be seen in the lightning, and heard in the thunder. 'Twas given to man with his earliest breath, It assists at his birth and attends him in death, Presides o'er his happiness, honor, and health, Is the prop of his house and the end of his wealth, It begins every hope, every wish it must bound, With the husbandman toils, and with monarchs is crowned; In the heaps of the miser 'tis hoarded with care, But is sure to be lost in his prodigal heir. Without it the soldier and sailor may roam, But woe to the wretch who expels it from home; In the whispers of conscience is there will be found, Nor e'en in the whirlwind of passion is drowned; It soften the heart, and though deaf to the ear, It will make it acutely and instantly hear; But in shades let it rest, like an elegant flower; Oh! breathe on it softly, it dies in an hour. Catherine Fanshawe --- Wooden belly iron back fire in th'hole goes off with a crack. anon --- A riddle a riddle as I suppose a hundred eyes and never a nose. anon
  6. Ahem, I suppose it is bad form to stalk people without allowing for reciprocity... :blank:

  7. Aren't you going to start a blog?

  8. Thank you, that seems like a handy thing to have... Getting stuff to move in the right direction.

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    Here's one! Or is it bear-earings or bear rings?

  10. Getting my bearings. :)

  11. Saw one of these parked in the street today Phenomenal cosmic powers... Parking space is also something one has to consider.
  12. Yees another one from debate europa. No I'm not bothered, there were many annoying people there but you weren't one of them. :cool: Like it here?

  13. Who else? It was you and himself I "had" to find. It seems I have some more work to do.

    Bothered in a "oh not you again" sort of way.

  14. I'm pretty positive it does do all of those things. Although none of the links you provided seem to give any validation of that statement. What you have said is that " compassion meditation is different than stress-reduction meditation. " I'm still honestly curious to learn what it is, besides the breathing techniques. Apart from the fact that that list is grossly redundant and that some of its points are hardly measurable (Enlightenment? Wisdom?) and that there are some that border on absurdity (Purification of character? Synchronicity? . .), 1/3 is a very poor ratio for something that would be taught as a school subject..
  15. Why would I be bothered? Was it Cox who did it? Found vlaho-makidon yet or is that next one on the list?