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  1. JPPT1974's Tues Thoughts 11/25/08:

    JPPT1974's Tues Thoughts 11/25/08:
    Being underdogs can be a good
    Things and that maybe.
    God meant for the underdogs.
    To strive and succeed.
    Everybody starts as an underdog.
    But in fact, everybody loves
    The underdogs to win!
    Not just in sports but in life!
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  2. JPPT1974's Mon Thoughts 11/24/08:

    We all feel like the underdogs.
    Because we are only one person.
    Individually, responsible for
    Only ourselves. And only
    Our own actions and words.
    The world is full of six billion people.
    Just that makes us feel small.
    Now doesn't it?!
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  3. Unlearning Childhood Lessons

    by , November 23rd, 2008 at 09:54 PM (The Roads and The Days)
    My wife had her wisdom teeth removed last week and I stayed home to take care of her for several days.

    She's in her early 30's and the dentist commented that it would'be been easier if she'd had them removed earlier in life, like say, when she was 15 or so.

    She and I both disagreed. Not for physical reasons, but for emotional ones.

    Both her parents and mine taught us the same things about being sick and/or handling physical discomfort: [b]just shut ...
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  4. Reguarding Online Debate

    by , November 22nd, 2008 at 12:55 AM (The Roads and The Days)
    Experience has taught me that, for the most part, it's pretty much senseless to debate [u]beliefs[/u] with people in online forums.

    It's one thing to debate [b]facts[/b], which are verifiable, but trying to debate [b]beliefs[/b], which are based on faith and experiences, is pretty pointless.

    When I discuss my beliefs with others, I have to let go of my ego and not be tempted to get into debates with people. Just as my experiences are my own, so too are theirs. Many ...

    Updated November 23rd, 2008 at 12:05 PM by OctoberMist

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  5. A Brief Thought in the History of Time

    Recently I started reading one of Stephen Hawkings older books titled "A Brief History of Time". I'm sure most of you have heard of this book. If you like non-fiction and have ever thought it might be an interesting read, I would highly recommend it. Dr. Hawkings has a skill for explaining difficult concepts in easy to understand ways. If I can understand it, than probably most others could too.

    One thing that struck me as funny, however, was in one of the earlier chapters ...
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