I think only you can stop this pattern.
an actual email mo received just this minute::
"I think only you can stop this pattern
I foresee the next several months as months of slavery to her whims"
"He thought about science, about faith, about man.
He thought about how every culture, in every country, in every time, had always shared one thing. We all had the Creator.
We used different names, different faces, and different prayers, but God was the universal constant for man.
God was the symbol we all shared . . . the symbol of all the mysteries of life that we could not understand.
The ancients had praised God as a symbol of our limitless human potential, but that ancient symbol had been lost over time.
h o p e
(as mo has maitained since day one :
eyeballs did not eveolve out of slime)
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Kocham Cię z całego serca
(wiesz, kim jesteś)
Whoa! I can foretell the future! ;)
If we do start a new city or country we will definitely teach our children clogging! ウェしっls他rt亜g等で４案d位tウィっlべご尾dフォrあっl手ぇぎrls案d簿ysとフェエl里家 ティs亜棒tエアchオテェr。。。。。。
hint hint: "you know that gypsy with the gold capped toooth"
Main Entry: 1sink
Inflected Form(s): sank \ˈsaŋk\ or sunk \ˈsəŋk\; sunk; sink·ing
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English sincan; akin to Old High German sinkan to sink
Date: before 12th century
1 a : to go to the bottom : submerge b : to become partly buried (as in mud) c : to become engulfed
Moneybags, Traveling Bags, and Swords
35Jesus asked his disciples, "When I sent you out without a moneybag or a traveling bag or sandals, did you need anything?"
"No!" they answered.
36Jesus told them, "But now, if you have a moneybag, take it with you. Also take a traveling bag, and if you don't have a sword, [e] sell some of your clothes and buy one. 37Do this because the Scriptures say, `He was considered a criminal.' This was written about me, and it will soon come true." 38The disciples said, "Lord, here are two swords!"
"Enough of that!" Jesus replied.
(Matthew 26.36-46; Mark 14.32-42)
39Jesus went out to the Mount of Olives, as he often did, and his disciples went with him. 40When they got there, he told them, "Pray that you won't be tested."
41Jesus walked on a little way before he knelt down and prayed, 42"Father, if you will, please don't make me suffer by having me drink from this cup. [f] But do what you want, and not what I want." 43Then an angel from heaven came to help him. 44Jesus was in great pain and prayed so sincerely that his sweat fell to the ground like drops of blood. [g] 45Jesus got up from praying and went over to his disciples. They were asleep and worn out from being so sad. 46He said to them, "Why are you asleep? Wake up and pray that you won't be tested."
Jesus Is Arrested
(Matthew 26.47-56; Mark 14.43-50; John 18.3-11)
47While Jesus was still speaking, a crowd came up. It was led by Judas, one of the twelve apostles. He went over to Jesus and greeted him with a kiss. [h] 48Jesus asked Judas, "Are you betraying the Son of Man with a kiss?"
49When Jesus' disciples saw what was about to happen, they asked, "Lord, should we attack them with a sword?" 50One of the disciples even struck at the high priest's servant with his sword and cut off the servant's right ear.
51"Enough of that!" Jesus said. Then he touched the servant's ear and healed it.
52Jesus spoke to the chief priests, the temple police, and the leaders who had come to arrest him. He said, "Why do you come out with swords and clubs and treat me like a criminal? 53I was with you every day in the temple, and you didn't arrest me. But this is your time, and darkness [i] is in control."
Peter Says He Doesn't Know Jesus
(Matthew 26.57,58,67-75; Mark 14.53,54,66-72; John 18.12-18, 25-27)
54Jesus was arrested and led away to the house of the high priest, while Peter followed at a distance. 55Some people built a fire in the middle of the courtyard and were sitting around it. Peter sat there with them, 56and a servant girl saw him. Then after she had looked at him carefully, she said, "This man was with Jesus!"
57Peter said, "Woman, I don't even know that man!"
58A little later someone else saw Peter and said, "You are one of them!"
"No, I'm not!" Peter replied.
59About an hour later another man insisted, "This man must have been with Jesus. They both come from Galilee."
60Peter replied, "I don't know what you are talking about!" Right then, while Peter was still speaking, a rooster crowed.
61The Lord turned and looked at Peter. And Peter remembered that the Lord had said, "Before a rooster crows tomorrow morning, you will say three times that you don't know me." 62Then Peter went out and cried hard.
63The men who were guarding Jesus made fun of him and beat him. 64They put a blindfold on him and said, "Tell us who struck you!" 65They kept on insulting Jesus in many other ways.
Jesus Is Questioned by the Council
(Matthew 26.59-66; Mark 14.55-64; John 18.19-24)
66At daybreak the nation's leaders, the chief priests, and the teachers of the Law of Moses got together and brought Jesus before their council. 67They said, "Tell us! Are you the Messiah?"
Jesus replied, "If I said so, you wouldn't believe me. 68And if I asked you a question, you wouldn't answer. 69But from now on, the Son of Man will be seated at the right side of God All-Powerful."
70Then they asked, "Are you the Son of God?" [j] Jesus answered, "You say I am!" [k] 71They replied, "Why do we need more witnesses? He said it himself!"
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(Danish: Tommelise) is a literary fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen about a thumb-sized girl and her many adventures before falling in love with a flower-fairy prince just her size. "Thumbelina" is mainly Andersen's invention, although he did take inspiration from tales of miniature people such as "Tom Thumb". The tale was first published by C. A. Reitzel on 16 December 1835 in Copenhagen, Denmark with "The Naughty Boy" and "The Traveling Companion" in the second installment of Fairy Tales Told for Children. Andersen published seven fairy tales in 1835 which were not well received by the Danish critics who disliked their informal style and their lack of morals. One critic however applauded "Thumbelina". The earliest English translation of "Thumbelina" is dated 1846. The tale has been adapted to various media including song and animated film
"He is the inmost soul of all, which like a little flame the size of a thumb is hidden in the hearts of men. He is the master of wisdom ever reached by thought and love. He is the immortality of those who know him."
warnign: corniest comment ever....
that really takes the cake!
fyi only ::
donovan lietch and bruce springsteen both have
ps happy Easter everyone
:) :) :)
hogwash in a nutshell (if you ask mo)
^this is not part of any story line
or cute anagram
or anything related to anything
disregard this one entryi just surfed on it but my brain sis not do it's usual buzzing thing
so i guess i should have posted it under
this is where everything is random ( ?? ）
ox (more later) always! Mo
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