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    1. Nixie
      Nixie
      I'm leaving a message to let you know that I am thinking of you. I hope life is treating you well. Sonyab aka Nixie
    2. Kgal
      Kgal
      Awesome!!! I'm glad it is! :)
    3. Kgal
      Kgal
      Thank you for wishing me well, Norton. I hope you are doing well your self.
    4. James
      James
      Hi Norton, I just thought I'd say it's good to see you back on this forum. Whether we agree on topics or not I always appreciate reading your insightful posts. if nothing else i'm interested to hear what you maybe reading (at the moment i'm wading through Herman Hesse the Glass Bead Game). I hope you're well.
    5. Kgal
      Kgal
      Yeh...I miss real rock and roll myself. It's nice to see you again, Norton.
    6. Nixie
      Nixie
      Howdy! Nice to see you back. Glad you didn't give up on the forum, although I can relate sometimes....LOL :)
    7. Kgal
      Kgal
      Hi Norton. Been thinking about you and missing your thoughtful posts. Hope you are well.
    8. Nixie
      Nixie
      I missed you. And I almost made the comment "the Tea Party is looking for you" on that thread...I came "this close" but decided that being smarmy would defeat the purpose of trying to educate the idiot.
    9. Nixie
      Nixie
      I keep looking for you. And then it says "gone"... I hope you find your way back and visit here occasionally.
    10. James
      James
      Hi Norton, just meant to say I tried one of the Jo Nesbo books you suggested, Red breast. I thought it was very good, there is a complex history for some of the countries in europe who either helped or were occupied by the nazis.
    11. IndigoSensor
    12. Kgal
      Kgal
      You're right it's hard to find those teachers who cause emotional harm. In a larger college I asked my sorority sisters or fraternity brothers or those in a grade ahead of me. But in this graduate school there's not much choice for profs. Although - in this case so many students complained about him that he was asked to not teach the 2nd semester course on research and 2 better professors stepped forward. I still struggled with it. Traumatized is a word that comes to mind.
      And yeh...I still have fond memories of my great professors. Those were the ones who challenged me on the way I thought - my paradigms - my narrow views were expanded. I will always be grateful to them for shaping me into who I am today. Looks like you found the same kind of profs.
    13. Kgal
      Kgal
      I practice mindfulness for a whole bunch of reasons - but I think the most important one is to minimize any harm I may cause. This includes myself, all sentient beings, and the earth. It is also key to ease ones suffering.
    14. Kgal
      Kgal
      Lost in thought = bruised shins....my my ...your brain is vast and punchy. LOL...
      Yeh - I know what you mean. It's those bruised shins I received that taught me mindfulness. Pay Attention!
    15. Divine Wannabee
      Divine Wannabee
      quote; Only if you can prove it, objectively (is there any other way to prove something?). Can you?

      thanks for your comment btw.
      may i ask, are you a believer in objective truth being deity? (i assume not w logic/intuition or watever :p )
      but if your not.
      can i ask respectively - what amount of proof do you believe you would require in order to believe in the
      existance of a deity? or God? as an objective truth? and not personal perspective?
      (if it were possible of course :) )

      PEACE :)

      the reason i would like to know is because i tend to jot down others perspectives
      into some sort of internal system of perceptions ( like interpersonal statistics and surveys :p )
      and i value your opinion
      because I (me) believe you seem
      to be capable of giving an honest awnser without personal biased imprints :P

      :)
    16. tovlo
      tovlo
      Thank you, Norton. I needed a little affirmation this afternoon, so that was very welcome. :)
    17. aeon
      aeon
      My choices in whisky are the Islay single-malts — Ardbeg, Laphroaig, and Lagavulin being three particular faves. Peaty, smokey, phenolic goodness!
    18. Ria
      Ria
      Thanks Norton. (:
    19. Ria
      Ria
      Lol, thanks for the rep Norton, and our loonies are kind of cute, aren't they? (I like the toonies too).
    20. Kgal
      Kgal
      Thank you for the very nice compliment Norton.
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