2022.01.21 13:33 morseli_Ngrat2i_At Megnutt02 she is?????
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2022.01.21 13:33 brewmonk Latest bake. Crumb is a little tight, ear a little small. It’s a pretty decent loaf overall.
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2022.01.21 13:33 Whichwhenwhywhat Oklahoma to consider holding gold and silver, removing income taxes
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2022.01.21 13:33 Abdulla015 #
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2022.01.21 13:33 Koalchamber Came across my stack of stubs and figured you folks would appreciate some of em.
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2022.01.21 13:33 Significant_Trip_567 🌝
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2022.01.21 13:33 _LemonTwist_ 30 minutes apart classes between 2 different campuses, can they deregister?
I have been reading stuff on this subreddit about the university not letting you take courses that are 30 minutes apart if they are on different campuses.
ALL of my courses are 30 minutes apart between Busch and Livingston.
Now that they announced we are returning in person, does that mean they can deregister me from all of my classes??
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2022.01.21 13:33 bhowiebkr Is it possible to flame straighten with success with only a TIG torch?
I don’t have access to an oxy-acetylene torch so do you think I'd have any success using just a TIG torch doing the same thing? This would be on mild steel tubing. I’m thinking if I drop the amps a lot (maybe by up to half of what you’d weld with) I could pump in a good amount of heat without blowing through the walls. What do ya think?
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2022.01.21 13:33 MajesticParsley9337 Theories of why we're now able to auto first wins?
Not a complaint, just an observation but we are now able to auto first wins in all promos including gauntlet, Road to dunk, playoffs as opposed to just the S5 solos.
Any theories on why this is? I'm assuming it obviously has to do with EA's bottom line but if anyone familiar with video game dev/maintenance etc cares to explain that'd be cool.
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2022.01.21 13:33 _Crash_Overide_ Roses are red, winters are grey, Stanwick man uses 72-year-old toaster every day
2022.01.21 13:33 Suthekingg Robinhood Rolls Out Crypto Wallet to 1,000 Users
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2022.01.21 13:33 white_cream27 How do we help cryptocurrencies go mainstream and why are crypto exchanges an unnecessary part of the mix?
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2022.01.21 13:33 mpinsent Don't look now
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2022.01.21 13:33 Arsbtc Bitcoin Is Unstoppable.
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2022.01.21 13:33 kenny4351 Preach now understands the FF14 experience when they try to explain the story (he finished Shadowbringers) No spoilers!
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2022.01.21 13:33 1234dhamma5678 In the Pali texts, the Buddha says that we should believe that our father is real, and our mother is real.
tldr : In the Pali texts, the Buddha says that we should believe that our father is real, and our mother is real.
From Daughters and sons by Ajaan Jayassaro Then I met an Iranian man who felt sorry for me and also saw a chance to practice his English. He treated me to a cup of tea and gave me a small amount of money. At night, I slept on the street, hidden in a small, quiet alley. I was afraid that policemen would beat me up if they found me. In the morning, I walked to a soup shop that I remembered served free bread. While I was walking along the street, trying not to look at the tempting restaurants in the corner of my eyes and not to smell the aroma that lingered in the air, I noticed a woman walking toward me. She looked stunned when she saw me. She stopped in her tracks, stared for a moment, and then walked up to me with a scowl on her face. Using sign language, she told me to follow her, and being a seeker of experience I did. After walking for about ten minutes we reached a townhouse, and rode an elevator to the fourth floor. I assumed we were going to her apartment, but she still had not said a single word. No friendly smile, just a fierce face.
Once the door was opened, I saw that it was indeed her apartment. She took me to the kitchen and pointed to a chair, signaling me to sit down. Then she brought me many kinds of food. I felt as if I was in heaven. It made me realize that the most delicious food in the world is the food you eat when you’re truly hungry and your stomach is growling. The woman called out to her son and said something to him which I couldn’t understand, but I noticed that he was around my age. The son came back after a while, with a pair of pants and a shirt. When she saw that I’d finished eating, the woman pointed to the bathroom and signaled me to bathe and change into the new clothes. (I guessed she planned to burn my old ones.) She didn’t smile at all, said nothing, and made herself understood with sign-language. While bathing I thought that maybe this lady saw in me her own son and was thinking: “What if my son traveled to a foreign country and had a hard time like this?” “What if he was in such a pitiful situation?” “What would that be like?” I thought that she must have helped me with a mother’s love. I decided to appoint her my ‘Honorary Persian Mother’ and smiled to myself alone in that bathroom.
When I was ready, the woman took me back to the spot where we met and left me there. She merged back into the stream of people who were walking to work. I stood there watching her disappear into the crowd, and deep inside knew that I would never forget her in my entire life. I was very moved and my eyes were teary. She gave so much to me even though we didn’t know each other at all. I was as skinny as a dried corpse, my clothes were dirty and smelly, and my hair was long and messy. But she didn’t mind that at all, she even took me into her house and took as good care of me as if I was her own son, without expectation of anything at all in return—not even a word of thanks. It has been over twenty years now, and I would like to publicly extol the virtue of this sulky faced *bodhisattva, so that everyone will know that even in a big city, there are still good people and there may be more good people than we think. This woman was not the only good-hearted person I met. I received kindness and help from people in many countries while I was traveling and collecting life experience, even though I did not ask anyone for anything. It made me determine in my mind that in future if I was in a position to help others in the same kind of way, I would. I wanted to help to sustain the spirit of human kindness in the world. Society can seem a hard and heartless place sometimes, but I thought we can each try to be at least a small oasis in the desert.
I didn’t get all the way back to England. I lost my passport near the Turkish border and returned to Tehran where I made friends and got a job teaching English.
After a few months, with some money in my pocket, I returned to India. My nineteenth birthday found me living by the side of a lake with a Hindu monk. He was an inspiring teacher whose practices were similar to Buddhism and he taught me many things. While I stayed with him, I had plenty of time to contemplate my life. In the afternoon I liked to climb up a nearby mountain, sit under an old tree, and enjoy the breeze. Looking down to the lake below and the desert that expanded all the way to the horizon allowed me to think clearly.
One day my mind became full of questions. Why was it that whereas I was so impressed every time I remembered the kindness of the people who had helped me during my journey— those who gave me food or shelter for a night or two— I’d never felt the same way about the kindness of my parents.
They’d looked after me for eighteen years, given me food every single day—three or four times a day—and they’d still worried that the food might not be delicious enough for me. They’d given me both clothes and shelter. They’d taken me to a doctor when I was sick, and when I was ill they’d seemed to suffer more than I did. Why was I never impressed with that? I suddenly felt that I’d been shamefully unjust. I realized how much I’d taken them for granted. At that moment, it was as if a dam burst. Many examples of my parents’ boon khoon, their generosity and kindness, came to my mind, so overwhelming, so impressive. That was the beginning of my gratitude toward my parents. I continued to imagine how difficult it must have been for my mother when she was pregnant. At the beginning she must have had morning sickness, and later on it would have been difficult for her to walk. All kinds of movement must have been cumbersome and painful. But she accepted the suffering because she believed that there was something worthwhile in it, and that something was me.
When I was young I had to depend on my parents for everything, but why did I feel indifferent—as if it was their duty to give and my right to receive? After a while, I realized that I gained the opportunity to practice Buddhism, in order to develop a true inner refuge, because my parents had provided me with a stable, dependable external refuge when I was young. They’d given me a strong foundation for my heart to take on the battle with the defilements.
When I was 20 years old, I traveled to Thailand to be ordained as a Buddhist monk. My parents made no objections because they wanted their son to live his life the way he wanted and to be happy. My parents chose this over their own hopes for me. Last year my mother confessed to me that the day I left home was the saddest day of her life. I was very moved by this. What impressed me the most was the fact that she had been very patient and concealed this suffering from me for twenty years, because she didn’t want me to feel bad about it.
In Thailand we regularly refer to the ‘boon khoon’ of parents. There is no exact equivalent to this concept of ‘boon khoon’ in the English language, but we may explain it to mean the belief that whenever we receive kindness or assistance from anyone—especially when it is given freely—we incur certain obligations. A good person is one who honours those obligations, and the deepest of those obligations is to our parents. The Buddha taught us to develop both a deep appreciation of the debt of gratitude we owe to our parents, and the intention to repay it as best we can.
This is not a value that I was brought up with. In Western cultures there is, of course, love and attachment between parents and children, but generally speaking the sense of mutual obligation is much weaker. Values such as independence and individual freedom are given more weight. A special, profound bond between parents and children may be felt by many, but it is not articulated as a moral standard that upholds the society, as it is in Buddhist cultures like Thailand.
The importance we give to the boon khoon of parents may be traced to the Buddha’s teachings on mundane Right View, the basis for understanding what’s what in our lives.
** In the Pali texts, the Buddha says that we should believe that our father is real, and our mother is real**. Are you confused as you read this? Why did the Buddha think he had to tell us that? Isn’t it obvious? Who doesn’t know that we’ve been born into this world because we have truly existing parents?
The thing to understand here is that these words are idiomatic. What the Buddha is saying is that we need to believe that there is a special significance in the relationship between parents and children, a significance that we should acknowledge and honour. The relationship between parents and children is mysterious and profound. The Buddha teaches us that there is no heavier kamma than to kill one’s mother or father. In Pali, it is called anantariya kamma kamma so heinous that its terrible results cannot be avoided, no matter how sincere the perpetrator’s regret might be. So whereas Angulimala could become an arahant despite having killed 999 people, it would have been impossible if he had killed just one person, if that one person had been either his mother or father.
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2022.01.21 13:33 meme_master945 Placement ranks this season sucks.
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2022.01.21 13:33 Slow_Store Why are Faunus limited to normal animals when Grimm are not?
I’m working on fleshing out a few character ideas and I remembered something that I once heard someone say about Faunus.
“Faunus have animal traits, but these animals have to be real. That means no dragons or phoenix’s…”
But why not have fantastical animals? After all the Grimm are also creatures of Remnant, though they’re certainly unnatural when compared to the other beasts of the world.
From my perspective, Grimm come from the god of destruction while animals come from the god of creation. Humanity, as mentioned in the show was a combined effort. So, if the Faunus are essentially just humans that have taken after the animals created by the god of creation, then is it unreasonable to think that there could be Faunus that take after the Grimm made by the god of destruction?
Granted, if a child was born features that are very clearly Grimm like then they might very well end up “removed from existence”, but still I find the concept of rare cursed Faunus to be somewhat interesting.
(As a side note, I can’t guarantee that what I’ve said is 100% accurate to the lore, though I think I got the important stuff right)
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2022.01.21 13:33 Fresh_Today_9355 xifaxan
2022.01.21 13:33 divadestroyer Sasha cranking away on Bliss’s neck
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2022.01.21 13:33 Benefit_thunderblast Guess what's my favorite type/genre of games.
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2022.01.21 13:33 Athlestone The New Khorne sword
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2022.01.21 13:33 Greedy_Falcon_8702 "Prayer" The Lost Gardens 03 Page 18 something awakens within Shawn.
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