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The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz.


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Comparative_Theology Discussion with an atheist and a theologian


My thanks to Lake_Nemi for providing this observations. Stephen Hawkin has appeared on the American TV comedy show: “The Big Bang Theory”…so it is not too unusual for him to show his eccentricity as he is seemingly doing with Hawkins.

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EXCLUSIVE: Crime Down In City Of Brotherly Love


Originally posted on CBS Philly:
By Walt Hunter PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — There’s good news about crime for the first six months of this year in Philadelphia. In an exclusive interview with CBS 3’s Walt Hunter, Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey revealed…

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Another Reality Within, (short story)


“Another Reality Within” by Ricardo Ben-Safed “WAIT A SECOND!“, a Surgical Intern near the table yelled at another employee, they were busy in the ER at Kelpius Heart Centre. “No, The speed of the blood flow is all wrong, and … Continue reading

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Quotation from Chairman J. Neil Schulman,


    “I am so sick of political partisans tossing recent history into an Orwellian memory hole to advance their narrow agendas. To attack President Obama’s plans to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay and relocate the prisoners to Supermax … Continue reading

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Quotation from Chairman J. Neil Schulman


  “A Jew goes into a bar in Tel Aviv and orders an alcohol-free beer. An Arab comes up to him and says, “This is a Sunni bar. Are you a Sunni or a Shia?” “I’m a Jew,” he replies. … Continue reading

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What Impact Will Hobby Lobby Ruling Have on LGBT Rights?


Originally posted on Bondings 2.0:
Demonstrators gather outside Supreme Court building for Hobby Lobby ruling Monday’s Supreme Court ruling in the Burwell v. Hobby Lobby case is causing LGBT advocates to question what practical impacts it may have in LGBT people’s lives…

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