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What not to say to your loved ones: It's on you

Often in my spotty hobby to approximate a healthy human, I confront the concept—usually offered in a casual manner as if it should be obvious to anyone with a speck of intelligence and self-awareness—that the best possible reaction to the emotional condition of others is: That’s on you, partner. 395 more words

Cultural Observations

What, if at all, do we teach our children about Mental Illness???

Hello world, before I ever saw this image on google, I knew about that fact!!! I have therefore been conscious of the above and try to be honest with my boys. 795 more words

Marie's Garden


I want to talk to you
And wipe away your tears,
But language as always
Is a barrier;
It tortures me,
It throttles me.
I cannot say what I mean, 50 more words


Human Morality.

Archive: First Posted by Jeff Minandar on Thursday, February 26, 2009 at 6:34am

Saat kita, misalnya, melihat tayangan video tentang keluarga binatang yang “pecah” karena induk yang tidak setia. 115 more words



There are many references to fasting in scripture including in the New Testament to suggest that this isn’t something that is obsolete or passé.  The first of them is in the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 6:16 where Jesus says, “When you fast…”, and I’d like to point out that he didn’t say “If you fast…”, “do not look somber as the hypocrites do, for they disfigure their faces to show men they are fasting. 2,112 more words

“Looking up above all human improbabilities and impossibilities,—looking above all our sinfulness and unworthiness,—looking above all the dark, depressing, painful circumstances of our position,—looking above creature help, sympathy, and succour,—looking up to God alone!

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Come and pity for a sec....

Pity me for the same reason you pity a stranger!

Pity me for the same sentiment I lack!

Pity me for all the years I lost! 36 more words