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Wednesday, January 26, 2011


How they see Jesus
   Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount has been called the most superlative teaching of human ethics ever uttered by an individual. In fact, much of what we know today as “equal rights” actually is the result of Jesus’ teaching. Historian Will Durant, a non-Christian, said of Jesus that “he lived and struggled unremittingly for ‘equal rights’; in modern times he would have been sent to Siberia. ‘He that is greatest among you, let him be your servant’—this is the inversion of all political wisdom, of all sanity.” Link:Y-Jesus 
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Maybe tonight I will be able to blog about the celebration of Easter. The draft  had been stagnant on my notebook since August last year.

Monarch mind flies and the prey was not even aware....
The ritual inside the Great Whore requires young boys....

As I have said I will randomly quote here the thought which lingers on my brain; so here's how it goes then. The format is in daily doses. Therefore, some ideas may not be FINAL since I still have the OPTIONS to validate them or totally discard.
 836 friends on tagged is a slow progress compare to last year's activity.

   For life to have zest, everyone needs that natural feeling of drive, anticipation, and excitement. When one does not know how to get it naturally, one may resort to vices to stimulate that sense of being fully alive, desperately trying to bring some meaning into life. But you see, happiness is within you... If you can't satisfy your wants, then the other way to happiness is to release them.--readbud
    They'll probably recognized the images once and for all. They love rituals and all that stuff, as they say. Is my data getting into your head? The devil loves details....Love to claim the great architect thing running and boasting. They can make your life miserable...they handle everything you ever cared for, from toothpaste to formalin. 

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