2021.12.08 06:12 cjconair When the family get together.
2021.12.08 06:12 pumkinhat The emirate's planned expenses for 2022 rose by 4.9 percent from last year to 204.3 billion riyals ($55.7 billion), Finance Minister Ali bin Ahmed al-Kuwari said, according to the official Qatar News Agency
2021.12.08 06:12 Idontcare09385 Dont put yer dick in the clay boat stanley.
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2021.12.08 06:12 taaiwa Hoarding is considered a disorder.
2021.12.08 06:12 DeliciousCabbage22 Would you want your children to be able to speak Russian?
2021.12.08 06:12 SpongeGirlWetPants Everyday we stray further from God
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2021.12.08 06:12 Choice-Caramel665 Android 18
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2021.12.08 06:12 stonecats how do i stop win10 from "pinned" every file/folder i ever open?
i read thru this faq; https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/105240-enable-disable-pinned-apps-taskbar-windows.html but it does not fix this; https://i.imgur.com/fVShOKw.jpg i don't want to see every file i may have opened as "pinned" it does not help me, and is terribly intrusive on my privacy. how do i stop windows explorer from doing this?
i don't want to "unpin" explorer the program itself from my task bar i want explorer to stop keeping and/or displaying a "pinned" history of what i do.
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2021.12.08 06:12 Richarddurian Found this for $8. Unreal 🔥
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2021.12.08 06:12 AngryRinger Me after Rodin kicks my ass for the 10 000th time
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2021.12.08 06:12 Leepri3st Whats your perception of how the future will look like 25 years from now?
2021.12.08 06:12 Mystiq_Cl0udz Aww they’re hugging… right?
2021.12.08 06:12 momreview420 I made a sub called r/solving for people to start solving the world's problems
It's basically a sub for people to learn how to reverse climate change from home, organize trash pick ups, warm clothing and/or food drives for the homeless/mentally disabled, promoting animal shelter adoption (if you can't have a pet where you are, you can always promote them on social media so they get adopted by a good home!), and many other things. No matter where you are, you can always do a little good in the world!
I figured people here wouldn't mind sharing some tips on solving for things like regenerative agriculture, community resources, climate reversal methods and more! Other flairs I've created for the sub include "petition", "scientific breakthrough", "I want to organize a trash clean up in my neighbourhood", "Clothing/Food Drive" and "Promoting shelter animals for adoption in my city!", feel free to post there and take part! Suggestions for flairs are welcome as well!
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2021.12.08 06:12 SimplyGameplayOnly Tomb Raider; Definitive Edition - Xbox One - Part 4
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2021.12.08 06:12 TombKeeperYorrick Ki Mastery, Lightning Hands, and Furious Fists, and Demonic Ki, Feats primarily for monk
Ki Mastery, Variant Prerequisites: Ki feature from the Monk class
Mastering your control over the flow of Ki circulating in your body, you discover new ways to manipulate it. You gain the following benefits:
• Your Ki Pool increases by your proficiency bonus or your Wisdom Mod (Min 1) what is greater.
• When you score a critical hit on an attack roll or a 20 on an ability check or saving throw, you regain an amount of ki points equal to half your proficiency bonus or your Wisdom Mod rounded up, whichever is greater.
Way Of Lightning Fists Prerequisites: Dexterity and Wisdom 13 or higher,
You learned and trained your strikes to become as quick as lightning. You gain the following benefits:
2021.12.08 06:12 Sports_Analist #freespins #slot #onlinecasino #promo #1xbet #promocode
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2021.12.08 06:12 Friday_Sunset Luoyang - thoughts?
I'm enjoying Luoyang so far. Very good lead performances, great sets, and an above-average plotline (a few logical leaps here and there, but nothing too distracting). It's similar in concept but not in execution to Longest Day in Chang'an - Chang'an, to me, was a realistic political and social drama in the form of a thriller, while Luoyang is more of a straight-up, character-driven thriller with a well-constructed historical setting. I'm happy with how Luoyang has developed each of the leads, building out enough personality to understand their basic motivations and interactions. And the overall tone seems right - while serious, it's not too heavy and allows some room for lighter moments, but they never seem goofy or out of place.
I also like the pacing. The drama doesn't waste a lot of time cleaning up loose ends, and if something mysterious is introduced, there's generally at least some progress made on explaining it before too long.
If you've been watching too, what do you think so far?
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2021.12.08 06:12 hylokca To empower creatives, Polinate and Seascape will combine their efforts and gadgets. Polinate is creating a common center in blockchain resources. Seascape is a game platform that is built on the DeFi and NFT economies.
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2021.12.08 06:12 akashpitr Which country is best for Dental Tourism?
2021.12.08 06:12 35j34j34j what the fuck is this other fucker doing in my gaming chair
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2021.12.08 06:12 OrcoDio19 And don't forget your grandpa Zeus,and also Syr,and probably many others
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2021.12.08 06:12 Cool-Limit3364 In October I visited your wonderful city of Lisboa and made this video. Travel Guide Lisbon
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2021.12.08 06:12 EggplantKnown810 Which country/city is lucky for me??..And most importantly what type of career should i go for cause i think its important to plan ahead what type of career is right...I'm 15 and i want to start something!!
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2021.12.08 06:12 Copy_General Need help
Guys I have generalized anxiety disorder. For the last two years I felt anxious most of the time, like 95% of the time I have that weird feeling in my chest. I started no fap and for the first few days I felt okay, then better and now I feel anxious as hell. Good thing that I got used to it cause otherwise id seek for medical attention. Im on day 10 today. Can someone relate to this, give me heads up on things that are coming or something? Thanks I dont have anyone to talk abt this so this is my only support.
I started this journey because I feel like I got nothing to lose and I just got things to gain by quitting PMO. It really does nothing and sometimes I have the urges and triggers get me but I decide willingly that I wont look at it until I quit the habit of thinking about pmo as soon as I see a hot girl on screen.
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2021.12.08 06:12 cellularjohndivine Why I was compelled to switch from Buddhism to Hinduism
Hello! This past year I have gone though some pretty major changes I my life and in my spiritual practice. After studying Buddhist philosophy for seven years for personal growth, as well as majoring in religious studies with focus on Buddhism, I find myself now more than ever draw to teachings of Bhagavat Gita and the Vedas. I hope you guy may find it interesting as to why I made this shift.
First of all let me just say I have not “changed” paths, nor do I feel like I have left Buddhism. It is more that I am on the same path and the practice of Buddhism has led me in this direction of Sanatana Dharma. Doing Buddhist sadhana has naturally led me to where I am now where I do Bhakti and study Vedic scriptures every day, as well as the more Buddhist (but also Vedic) meditation.
There are a couple of things that led me to this point. I spent most of this summer in a Buddhist monastery and felt that there are many things lacking in this tradition. Buddhism is a spiritual path for forest dwelling ascetics. It was never intended to be anything else. As such it is a very profound a powerful path. But for anyone who is not included to a life of Vanaprastha is going to have a very hard time. The difference of attitude is clearly illustrated I think if we look at how Lord Krisha acted in the midst of a battlefield versus what the Lord Buddha did. In the Buddhist sutras there is a story of two clans at war. When both armies are on the field and ready to fight, Lord Buddha miraculously appears and “pacifies” both parties. By speaking about non-violence he convinces the warring clans to not fight. It is a nice story. No one has to die and everyone can go home and practice meditation afterwards. But this story is so far removed from reality. Wars do not end when a holy man speaks about non-violence. People in the world are deluded and ignorant. The world is complex and we can not “just drop it and meditate” all the time. In the Bhagavad Gita Krishna (after having tried diplomacy) provide Arjuna with the tools he need to deal with a difficult real world situation. No one wants to fight in a war, but Arjuna found himself in a situation where he had to. So Krishna gave instructions in Karma-yoga.
When I lived in the Buddhist monastery I felt very strongly that this tradition does not provide the tool people need to deal with most situations. There where many people that came to practice at the monastery that felt a great deal of distress when confronted with the pragmatism of the place. There was a 4 hour work period 4 days a week. Karma yoga, right? Well since the idea among Buddhists seem to be that the only genuine form of spiritual practice is to make the mind perfectly calm and do introspective contemplations, all services and work that was done for the monastery was seen as distractions. Some of the people really did not want to work, they behaved like kids trying to get out of doing chores. As if saying “This thing that I am doing for all of us is a distraction to my spiritual development”. What then of selflessness and letting go of likes and dislikes? The resident teacher rarely spoke. When he did speak it was never on philosophy or ethics or anything other than meditation. I do believe that meditation is the greatest tool we have for attaining Moksha, but if it is the only tool then there is no point in having a religion. If all you want is meditation then why not just find a cave in the mountain and live there in seclusion?
My other concern was for the lay-devotees that lived in the area that supported the monastery. Not everyone is inclined to do silent meditation for hours a day. Most people need something more active and engaging. So something like Bhakti would be good for them. But again unfortunately devotional practices are seen as inherently worldly. They would come and do some devotional practices, but in this tradition they are relatively few and not highly regarded. So most people are basically robbed of their spirituality. The monastery residents did not call them devotees or followers, they simply referred to them as “supporters”. As if to say “They are not spiritual, they support us who are spiritual” It is ridiculous. The Vedic tradition has understood even though not everyone is going to commit their lives wholeheartedly to attain Moskha, everyone has a spiritual longing and everyone can live a meaningful life. It is not either you are a forest-dweller or you are a totally worldly person, there are all kinds of spirituality in between.
The final thing that made me turn towards Sanatana Dharma is the heavy secularization that is going on within Buddhism at the moment. I know this is an issue in Hinduism as well, but in Buddhism it has gone to extreme lengths. For many it has become merely psychology. As if it is something you do to temporarily have mundane peace and mundane happiness. Basically the tradition is turning more and more towards materialism “I am the brain” kind of mentality. This has nothing to do with the actual teachings of the Lord Buddha. But for some reason Buddhism is being defiled by gross materialist psychology from within and without. The Lord Buddha clearly said we are not the gross, nor the subtle body. We are the unconditioned, unchaining and ever blissful mind element (Yes, all the way through the Buddhist Tripitika the Buddha references basically sat-cit-ananda-atma, but not as explicit as in the Vedic scriptures). However due to some confusion many secular Buddhists wrongly take the teachings of non-self to mean that the material world is the real world.
When I came home from the monastery after the summer I immediately took an online course on Vedanta. It made sense to me. The Buddha's teachings also make sense to me. But the variety of practices and perspectives within Vedanta is just a little bit more relevant. Also I was very fortunate to experience some of what Vendata is talking about personally. A little taste for love of God. Next summer I wish to travel to India and see if I can stay at an Ashram. Thank you all for reading! Haribol!
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