“Are right and wrong convertible terms, dependant upon popular opinion?”
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“Zeal will do more than knowledge.”
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“I have come to believe that this is a mighty continent which was hitherto unknown.”
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“To give without any reward, or any notice, has a special quality of its own.”
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“The finest steel has to go through the hottest fire.”
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“Change before you have to.”
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… that today is Alaska’s Birthday? On this day in 1867, the U.S. formally took possession of Alaska after purchasing the territory from Russia for $7.2 million, or less than two cents an acre. The Alaska purchase comprised 586,412 square miles, about twice the size of Texas, and was championed by William Henry Seward, the enthusiastically expansionist secretary of state under President. Happy birthday, Alaska!
Today’s Inspirational Quote:
“Never stop acquiring the commonsense, it is as good as the knowledge.”
— Amit Kalantri
Poke your fingers in my eyes and I will open wide my jaws. Linen cloth, quills or paper, all will split before my might. What am I?
The answer is: Shears/Scissors
I have memories, but none of my own, whatever’s on my inside is what is shown. If I’m ever different it’s because you changed me, I feel like a decoration, here for you to arrange me. What am I?
The answer is: A picture frame.
It takes courage to speak up when needed, but it also takes courage to listen.
Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen. (Winston Churchill)
Those who love you will come back to you even if you let them go.
If you love someone, set them free. If they come back they’re yours; if they don’t they never were. (Richard Bach)
Jorin is a mostly offensive martial art that focuses on clobbering your opponent through swift dodges, quick movements and even faster attacks. The primary focus lies on both quick movements and agility and it often relies on the speed and stamina of yourself and your opponent.
The biggest strength of Jorin is high endurance, which makes sure you’ll be able to outlast your opponent. By profiting from the quick movements of yourself your opponent may overextend themselves, allowing you to become an overwhelming force.
On the other hand the biggest weakness of Jorin is a lack of more circular movements. If you’re up against an opponent who dances around you your opponent will have a lot of leverage over you.
Ecstasy among last hopes
Baby crawls softly