Top 10 Martial Arts Movie To Watch in 2011 it has sweet touch to it... really loved the ending.... rest its true.. fuck physics... it combines demons and flying humans, but lacks serious hand to hand combat. its an Epic means that magic and fairys are possible to appear ! this movie is good but to much love in it and the music only got in the way ! I mean when u see fight u wanna hear them breathin the heart beat and punches swinging ! not drums piano and so on !
TitusOneNine Posted by Kendall Harmon The South Carolina Supreme Court has intervened in a lawsuit and granted the Diocese of South Carolina’s Motion to Transfer jurisdiction from the Court of Appeals to the Supreme Court. This may effectively prevent The Episcopal Church (TEC) and its local subsidiary, The Episcopal Church in South Carolina (TECSC), from using serial appeals to further delay a trial to prevent the two groups from seizing Diocese of South Carolina property. The Supreme Court decision comes days after TEC and TECSC filed new appeals apparently aimed at delaying the discovery process in advance of the trial that is scheduled to start on July 7. While the Supreme Court ruling does not prevent the denomination from filing appeals, it eliminates the time-consuming step of first going to the South Carolina Court of Appeals. Read it all.
The VICE Guide to Karachi One of Pakistan’s famous decorative buses gets hit by one of Karachi’s infamous outbursts of violence. Photo by Zia Mazhar/Associated Press. Interviewing a “target killer” in Karachi was probably the scariest thing I’ve done in my 17 years at VICE. His gun sat between my feet in the backseat of our car as we drove in circles around his neighborhood.
Bodies in Motivation » Blog Archive » Eating Whole Foods on a Bu By AndreAnna Three weeks ago, my husband and I took on our new way of eating full-force. We cut out refined sugars, processed crap, starches and breads. Salade Niçoise Recipe at Epicurious Make the vinaigrette: In a large bowl make the vinaigrette by whisking together the vinegar and the mustard. Slowly whisk in the oil in a thin stream to emulsify the mixture. Stir in the garlic and the onions. I have finished the first five days of the “Cruise Phase” on the Here is my history so far on the Dukan diet: - About two weeks ago I wrote a Dukan Diet article entitled How the Dukan Diet works – The French diet that is supposed to end the obesity epidemic. - Last week I finished a five-day Dukan Diet attack phase, where you eat nothing but low-fat protein, and lost 6.6 pounds. - This week I started on Phase 2 of the Dukan diet, also known as the “Cruise phase”.
Grilling A Turkey on the Barbecue Something Different – Grilling Your Turkey I wanted to share with you a novel way we cooked our turkey one year while we were still living in Park City, Utah. We grilled it on the barbecue. Now I’m sure many of you are saying to yourselves, “RG, get real. I have finished my second week on the Dukan Diet “Cruise Phase” Here is what has happened so far: - About three weeks ago I wrote an article introducing the Dukan Diet, entitled How the Dukan Diet works – The French diet that is supposed to end the obesity epidemic. It sounded interesting so I decided to give it a try. - Two weeks ago I finished a five-day Dukan Diet attack phase, where you eat nothing but low-fat protein, and lost 6.6 pounds.
Religion for Awakening Preface to Religion for Awakening After attaining enlightenment and having been entreated by the Creator Brahma to teach humanity the path to Nirvana, the Buddha began walking down a road.The first person he encountered was a Brahmin who perceived that he was seeing a kind of being that he had never seen before.Filled with awe, he simply asked: “What are you?”Buddha replied as simply: “I am awake.”And walked on. It is easy to forget the goal of life in the maze of philosophy and theology as easily as in the maze of superstition, ignorance and delusion. One of Buddha’s missions was to sweep away the maze and go directly to the sole need of the human being in his teaching. And so he began by the breathtaking statement: “I am awake” to indicate that awakening is the only purpose of sentient existence.
Esoteric Christian Beliefs An ancient Chinese text on the history of religions and their doctrines, known as The Glass Mirror, had this to say about Jesus and his teachings: “Yesu, the teacher and founder of the religion, was born miraculously.…His doctrines did not spread extensively, but survived only in Asia.” This was true; only the Saint Thomas Christians (Ishanni Sampradaya) of India preserved the complete teachings of Jesus. Gnosis of the Ten Commandments and the Beatitudes Prologue to the Gnosis of the Ten Commandments and the Beatitudes The Ten Commandments Thou shalt have no other gods before me. Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy. Honour thy father and thy mother. Thou shalt not kill.
Robe of Light Esoteric Christian Cosmology O Lord my God, thou coverest thyself with light as with a garment. (Psalms 104:2) Thou, Lord, in the beginning hast laid the foundation of the earth; and the heavens are the works of thine hands: They shall perish; but thou remainest; and they all shall wax old as doth a garment; And as a vesture shalt thou fold them up, and they shall be changed: but thou art the same (Hebrews. 1:10-12). The Gospel of Thomas for Yogis Introduction to the Gospel of Thomas Readers of The Christ of India are aware of the hypothesis (we think it is a fact) that from the very beginning there were two Christianities. One was the Christianity we know today that developed in the Mediterranean world over the centuries. It accommodated itself to the current religious beliefs–especially those of the Roman emperors–and even absorbed and conformed itself to them to such an extent that after three centuries it became the state religion of the Empire presided over by the unbaptized and blatantly unchristian “Saint” Constantine. He was only the first in a series of “vicars of Christ” (this expression originated with the Byzantine emperors and only some time later was appropriated by the Bishop of Rome, who also stole the title “Pope” from the Bishop of Alexandria) who ruled over the Church as well as the state, and who, despite their often shockingly violent and immoral lives were declared saints of the state servant-church.