All. Means everything.
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Notice how that does not invite you to stick your nose into their private lives, including your self-invitation to try to deny them the blessings of defining their own families: "When LBGT advocates began seeking to change the definition of marriage to accommodate their desires this essentially forced everyone else to take a position." How LGBTQ define their families and their relationships has zero bearing on you and your life, except when you self-invite yourself to get into the middle of their lives. Trying to block their civil rights to determine their own futures goes a lot farther that what Thessalonians gives you permission to do. You are plain done and out of "commission" when you finish expressing your personal objection to their values. Nothing in that verse or any other gives you permission to interfere in their actual lives or rights. If you do, you invite legal and political retaliation and any that comes your way will be well-deserved.
I've known a few Buddhists, from Japanese traditions and been taught meditation practices, in the Dojo, rather than a Zendo... Though I can think of at least one Sensei who would say that there is little, or no difference.
Historical evidence is in the positive.
Getting help from another person means relinquishing control to them. They get to decide the way they do it. Now if it?s an utter disaster speak up but if it?s not then you have to put up with it.
your D&D character is way higher level than mine. That kind of power imbalance never works out.
I'd rather work a 10 hour day starting at 10am than a 5 hour day starting at 5am lol
it can be handy. Online subscriptions suck. A weekend and holiday only is one I like--gets me the ad circulars I want for the major sales. Plus there are often lots of useful community calendar of events..frankly, its a more accessible, and friendlier way to go through news than online versions, which are less concise, buggy to load, and its hard to get a grasp of the full days content.
Fair enough. Condone's a bit of an odd verb though, in that it's never used with a positive connotation, which is why you usually state that you don't condone something (instead of "supporting" or "promoting" which in theory are synonyms.)
My comment implied no such thing. You're grasping at straws.
Haha well, at least you tried! What about establishing a spectrum based on the results? Instead of only accepting the common denominators, you do more of a poll system. Then, you can see what characteristics are
I don't defend New York or California stupidity. As a Libertarian, I see them as some of the largest dens of government gone amok.
I never said it didn't.
thanks. the 13 year old - whoever it may be - should still get the death penalty. but thanks. the way the article is formatted, it looks as those she is the shooter...
you talk about intolerance, but need a mirror.