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First you say the Bible isn't made up of 66 books, then you state the Old and New Testaments are comprised of 66 books, so I'm guessing that my first assertion that the Bible is comprised of 66 books stands as true. Your baiting me to answering a hypothetical question, "If the Japanese presented to you an ancient set of manuscripts comprising 66 different pieces, and told you it was all "written and inspired" by the Shinto deity, would you accept that at face value?" The answer is no, because there do exist many writings that are non-Christian that hold others as God\s, etc. And I give no sway to them.
By Nitin Kumar of Exotic India . Reprinted by permission. The beloved elephant-faced deity popularly known as Ganesh (or Ganesha ) has intrigued thinking men all over the world, all through the ages even unto the present day. The sacred texts give a variety of stories narrating the sequence of Ganesha's birth, the most popular being the one mentioning that Ganesha was created by Goddess Parvati as a guardian to her privacy: Incensed by the refusal of her husband to respect her privacy, to the extent of entering her private chambers even while she was having her bath, Parvati decided to settle matters once and for all.
I met god the other day. I know what you’re thinking. How the hell did you know it was god?
Courtesy of SoulWise.net We are a fuzzy bit of stuff that vibrates... Matter is more than 99.99999% emptiness!
For muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bones to be healthy, they must be adequately supplied with blood, moistened by fluids, and provided nutrients. The tissues are therefore dependent on the organs that produce, circulate, and supply these substances. In Chinese medicine, the internal organs are seen not just as physical structures, but as the hubs of a whole web of functional interactions taking place on many levels and throughout the entire body. Viewed in this way, impaired functioning of the internal organs can have profound consequences on associated tissues.
Thanks to the know-it-all from second grade, we're all aware that dolphins and whales are mammals, not fish. But it's probably been a while since you've pondered just how incredibly, mind-blowingly weird it is that you and whales were the same animal more recently than whales and sharks. Or to put it in chart form, you and whales split up somewhere in the big tangle of bio diversity up top labeled "Age of Mammals" while whales and fish haven't been the same animals since way the hell down ... ... here where you see the word Selacchi.
John Napier For millions of years, our early ancestors ambled on this planet, navigating a very dangerous world. They did so by communicating effectively their needs, emotions, fears, and desires with each other. Impressively, they achieved this through the use of nonverbal communications such as physiological changes (flushed face), gestures (pointing hand), noises (grunting is not a word) and facial or body reactions (quizzical or frightened look). This has been part of our biological heritage for so long that we still primarily communicate nonverbally, not verbally, and why we need emotional icons in our written communication. This system that evolved over time, which alerts us instantly of any perceived danger, also instantly communicates to others around us.
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