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" As Satanists we believe in individual autonomy, personal choice, and the inviolability of one’s own body. Further, we believe one should be free to make one’s own decisions, uncoerced, based on the best available scientific evidence, whether or not the science comports with the religious and/or political views of others."

Read more: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/2015/04/29/missouri-woman-a-satanist-will-claim-religious-freedom-to-get-out-of-72-hour-abortion-waiting-period/#ixzz3YrCy6hAo
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I often stay up at night wondering this.
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There are universal questions and concerns that invariably emerge for all of us. Who am I? What is my purpose? What fuels my quest for meaning in life? What makes life meaningful? What meaning does God and faith embody for me?

http://pro.psychcentral.com/finding-meaning-in-suffering/007293.html
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Roberto Assagioli was one of the first to regard beauty as a basic human experience. It is unusual for psychology to speak of beauty. For him it was a central theme. He spoke of a Way of beauty, which leads to the realisation of the Self, and whose basic ingredient is the sense of revelation and fullness that beauty can offer. But in psychosynthesis beauty in all its forms is considered worthy of attention, because it is formative. When meeting a psychotherapy client, Assagioli would want to know what were his favourite films, paintings, books, music. Beauty heals us, changes us, teaches us.  http://pieroferrucci.it/psychosynthesis.html
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http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/05/us/william-glasser-88-psychiatrist-who-promoted-mental-health-as-a-choice-dies.html?_r=0

Choice therapy:

■ That the only person one controls in the world is oneself.

■ That the effort to change others is doomed and, worse, is the actual cause of most emotional problems.

■ That to meet the most profound human need — “to love and be loved,” as Dr. Glasser put it — people must repair strained relations with their family, friends and co-workers by adjusting the one variable within their control: their own behavior.
Dr. Glasser, through “choice theory,” posited that people were in much more control of their lives than they realized in solving emotional and mental problems.
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I just saw Hernando Alvaros' YouTube.com video on "Why arechaelology is killing religion." Because there is zero proof of Solomon, or Saul, or David...whose "kingdom" it was claimed in the buybull extended Iraq to Israel... There is also zero proof of Jesus or Christianity until 250 AD. Not a single original (key word) document, writing, or artifact exists of any such claims of Jesus or Christianity.

So, it comes down to a couple of questions. Such as 1) Why do Christian preachers continue to lie about proof of Jesus? Because...of a paycheck. No bible, means paycheck. But, 1000s of preachers and priests are leaving preaching, because its becoming quite clear that Christianity is a fraud and a forgery. 

Question 2) Why do Christians continue to "believe" in the Jesus myths, when its quite clear to them and to everyone else, it is a fraud and a forgery? Is such a belief proof of a mental illness and insanity? I think so.
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Go big blue! 
Quantum computing could make complex calculations trivial—but it’s currently fraught with problems. Now, though, IBM has solved one of the biggest, allowing it to detect the internal errors that could otherwise render quantum calculation useless.
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WE ALL NEED A LARGE DOSE TODAY!
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A flash of beauty from 1984
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An interesting viewpoint on technology 
A few months ago, I moved my family from hot and sunny North Texas to cold and rainy northern England so I could start a PhD on digital Bible use. I hoped to
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One If the greats playing one of the greats. 
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mindscape by maria kalman.  

A Bout of Anguish –
This year has been laced with difficulties. In the world. At home.

Old grievances have erupted, ricocheting between family members. Bad fortune has beset loved ones. Upheaval. Uncertainty. The persistent feeling that nothing will ever work out.

Nothing? Well, none of the things that matter.

So I wandered away. To the forest. To walk. The days were quiet. The walks slow.

Stopping to look at wildflowers, rocks or Old Man’s Beard, the moss that hung from the trees. And the trees themselves. Some over 1,000 years old. They were just there. You know, just there and not thinking.

One walks past them and breathes through some sadness, fortified to go back to whatever it is that lurks or awaits, bad and good. 
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Very attentive wait staff. Food is fresh and delicious. Reasonable prices. The only sushi restaurant that isn't painted black with Christmas lights all year round. This place is peachy keen dandy. Authentic to the Max.
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Best steak in Texas. Hands down. Very entertaining ambiance. Very attentive and nice kids on waiting staff.
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Did not have Jampong, even though they had it on menu. Overpriced. Fried rice 10.95. Not much of a selection of Korean food. Kim Chi was decent but not the best. Don't think I will be back. Sushi Train is cheaper and has better food. They have a wide variety of Korean selections and Sushi Train has great Jampong
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