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Tag Archives: Philosophy
I have heard that with every step we take, we stir up the dust of dinosaurs decayed into their mineral compositions.
How picturesque the garden seats, benches and Adirondacks, placed in charming locations for walkers to smile at as they stroll through the neighborhood. But, why are they always empty? Have your even see them occupied, with a neighbor greeting you, … Continue reading
To learn (v): to acquire knowledge or skill; to become informed
Health Risk Pool (n) groups of people who share common health vulnerabilities; insurance classifications of disease processes which can be classified according to the degree of risk that the insurance company will face a loss of payments-to-premiums ratio
Influence (n): the capacity to have an effect on someone
During a recent visit, my wife’s cousin distributed some books which she had read. She handed me A. J. Jacob’s, The Year of Living Biblically: One Man’s Humble Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible. “You’re the only … Continue reading
Assertion (n): a declaration