It’s known as “burrowing in” — no, not what gophers and groundhogs do, but the quadrennial tradition practiced by that unique Washington animal: the federal worker. 592 more words
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Owning a home is still the quintessential American Dream. With the housing bubble and Great Recession slowly taking the backseat, the current real estate market is steadily attracting rookie home buyers from all over the country. 131 more words
A. Supposing you see a vase and think it is very nice. Let’s take the phrase ‘the nice vase’ into account to see whether it is true or not. 201 more words
Wall Street Journal — When cake bakers and others are fined for adhering to their beliefs about same-sex marriage, a new kind of discrimination is upon us. 90 more words
Q61. Masters say that we should eliminate discriminating mind. How can we live without discriminating mind?
A. It seems to leave room for misunderstanding. It is impossible to live without discriminating mind in our everyday life. Our life is a series of discrimination every moment: crossing the street, buying things, meeting people and so forth. 189 more words