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18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: whitebear553 | Category: Resume sur la guerre de troie naura pas lieu

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The 101 Most Influential People Who Never Lived is a riot. It's a brilliant concept, charmingly executed. Even when you disagree with their choices-and disagreeing is half the fun-Messrs. Lazar, Karlan, and Salter make such good, solid, and clever cases for their nominees that you have to nod in agreement or at least in admiration. From Odysseus to Bond, James Bond and Lilith to Mouse, Mickey Mouse, the selections are provocative, the writing lively, the discussion animated and engaging. Any book that can bring together Othello, Hiawatha, and Kermit T. Frog gets my vote. Over and over again, I found myself musing, why didn't I think of this? I'm insanely jealous. And grateful.

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    bigelephant396 18 Jan 2017 09:01

    You can either go the artistic route eg. poets, writers, etc. or go with political quotes. Here are a few: Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future. John F. Kennedy Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable. John F. Kennedy If you don t like something, change it. If you can t change it, change your attitude. Maya Angelou Courage is the most important of all the virtues, because without courage you can t practice any other virtue consistently. You can practice any virtue erratically, but nothing consistently without courage. Maya Angelou All great achievements require time. Maya Angelou Faith consists in believing when it is beyond the power of reason to believe. Voltaire Anyone who has the power to make you believe absurdities has the power to make you commit injustices. Voltaire Life is thickly sown with thorns, and I know no other remedy than to pass quickly through them. The longer we dwell on our misfortunes, the greater is their power to harm us. Voltaire Every man s life ends the same way. It is only the details of how he lived and how he died that distinguish one man from another. Ernest Hemingway A man can be destroyed but not defeated. Ernest Hemingway Wisdom is nothing but a preparation of the soul, a capacity, a secret art of thinking, feeling and breathing thoughts of unity at every moment of life. Herman Hesse Seeking means: to have a goal; but finding means: to be free, to be receptive, to have no goal. Herman Hesse That which does not kill us makes us stronger. Friedrich Nietzsche To live is to suffer, to survive is to find some meaning in the suffering. Friedrich Nietzsche When you look into an abyss, the abyss also looks into you. Friedrich Nietzsche All things are subject to interpretation whichever interpretation prevails at a given time is a function of power and not truth. Friedrich Nietzsche You cannot find peace by avoiding life. Virginia Woolf The eyes of others our prisons; their thoughts our cages. Virginia Woolf

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    whitegoose719 18 Jan 2017 06:19

    Buy the book on-line now from Barnes & Noble or Amazon or Booksense.

    Our fantasy life does more than sell books and movies, it drives technology, social change, war, and the everyday thoughts that fill our lives.

    Mike Israel ( Prof. Emeritus, KEAN U. ):


    When we hear the word “philosopher,” we tend to think of Ancient Greeks like Socrates or Plato, or perhaps the Frenchman René Descartes, or maybe infamous Germans like Karl Marx or Friedrich Nietzsche. Influential philosophers thus seem to populate the past. But are there any important philosophers living in the world today?

    We can thank philosophers, both past and present, for a number of our deeply held beliefs. These beliefs dictate how we understand and involve ourselves in the world. For millennia, philosophers have attempted to shape our beliefs, usually behind the scenes, and their influence is present in many of our existing practices, institutions, and basic assumptions about ourselves and the world we think we know.

    What all of us have in common though, is that we spend our time on something. Have you ever thought about  how you spend your time and why ?

    We can’t always know what’s right for us. But do remember ; moving doesn’t mean we’re going in the right direction.

    Even at first, when the whole research group sat there doing rote calculations and others felt like they were staring down the barrel of defeated purpose, I remained enthusiastic. Time and time again I reminded myself of that famous phrase "great effort leads to great rewards," and sure enough, soon my aspirations began to be met. This shift in attitude also coincided with a shift in location: from the computer desk to the laser lab. It was finally time to get my hands dirty.

    Now things began to get really interesting. During the experimentation phase of the project, I spent the majority of my waking hours in the lab – and I enjoyed every minute of it. From debriefing with my coordinator in the morning to checking and rechecking results well into the afternoon, I was on cloud nine all day, every day. I even loved the electric feeling of anxiety as I waited for the results. Most of all, though, I loved the pursuit of science itself. Before I knew it, I was well into the seventh week and had completed my first long-term research experiment.

    Jacob Neusner was born July 28, 1932, in West Hartford Connecticut. The Neusner family was characteristically assimilated, had no direct connection to family in Europe and thus no direct familial connection to the Holocaust. His was a quintessentially American Jewish family in a small American city. His father was in the newspaper business and Neusner quickly learned the power and influence of words, writing for his father’s local newspapers when he was barely a teenager. Writing, and writing quickly, would become his trademark.

    Neusner’s reputation as a difficult person began quite young. Hughes notes that a comment on his third-grade report card read as follows: “He prefers not to do as the others are doing, which causes many difficulties.” This assessment would follow him through his entire adult life and, in some way, may be the very source of some of his greatest accomplishments.

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    Б-4 melenas Ulyliyha 18 Jan 2017 00:01

    Aside from the obvious "God" answer. My parents. for obvious reasons. But other than that, I would have to day, Rush Limbaugh. He taught me how to argue politics logically and to do so without being insulting, condescending, and frustrated. I learned how to express my opinion without aggravating others automatically. That s the "short list." Have a blessed day.

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    goldenfish170 18 Jan 2017 01:03

    Buy the book on-line now from Barnes & Noble or Amazon or Booksense.

    Our fantasy life does more than sell books and movies, it drives technology, social change, war, and the everyday thoughts that fill our lives.

    Mike Israel ( Prof. Emeritus, KEAN U. ):

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    Сызрань 18 Jan 2017 00:01

    Buy the book on-line now from Barnes & Noble or Amazon or Booksense .

    Our fantasy life does more than sell books and movies, it drives technology, social change, war, and the everyday thoughts that fill our lives.

    Mike Israel ( Prof. Emeritus, KEAN U. ):

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    crazykoala341 18 Jan 2017 00:14

    Buy the book on-line now from Barnes & Noble or Amazon or Booksense.

    Our fantasy life does more than sell books and movies, it drives technology, social change, war, and the everyday thoughts that fill our lives.

    Mike Israel ( Prof. Emeritus, KEAN U. ):


    When we hear the word “philosopher,” we tend to think of Ancient Greeks like Socrates or Plato, or perhaps the Frenchman René Descartes, or maybe infamous Germans like Karl Marx or Friedrich Nietzsche. Influential philosophers thus seem to populate the past. But are there any important philosophers living in the world today?

    We can thank philosophers, both past and present, for a number of our deeply held beliefs. These beliefs dictate how we understand and involve ourselves in the world. For millennia, philosophers have attempted to shape our beliefs, usually behind the scenes, and their influence is present in many of our existing practices, institutions, and basic assumptions about ourselves and the world we think we know.

    What all of us have in common though, is that we spend our time on something. Have you ever thought about  how you spend your time and why ?

    We can’t always know what’s right for us. But do remember ; moving doesn’t mean we’re going in the right direction.

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    greenelephant260 18 Jan 2017 04:27

    Buy the book on-line now from Barnes & Noble or Amazon or Booksense.

    Our fantasy life does more than sell books and movies, it drives technology, social change, war, and the everyday thoughts that fill our lives.

    Mike Israel ( Prof. Emeritus, KEAN U. ):


    When we hear the word “philosopher,” we tend to think of Ancient Greeks like Socrates or Plato, or perhaps the Frenchman René Descartes, or maybe infamous Germans like Karl Marx or Friedrich Nietzsche. Influential philosophers thus seem to populate the past. But are there any important philosophers living in the world today?

    We can thank philosophers, both past and present, for a number of our deeply held beliefs. These beliefs dictate how we understand and involve ourselves in the world. For millennia, philosophers have attempted to shape our beliefs, usually behind the scenes, and their influence is present in many of our existing practices, institutions, and basic assumptions about ourselves and the world we think we know.

    What all of us have in common though, is that we spend our time on something. Have you ever thought about  how you spend your time and why ?

    We can’t always know what’s right for us. But do remember ; moving doesn’t mean we’re going in the right direction.

    Even at first, when the whole research group sat there doing rote calculations and others felt like they were staring down the barrel of defeated purpose, I remained enthusiastic. Time and time again I reminded myself of that famous phrase "great effort leads to great rewards," and sure enough, soon my aspirations began to be met. This shift in attitude also coincided with a shift in location: from the computer desk to the laser lab. It was finally time to get my hands dirty.

    Now things began to get really interesting. During the experimentation phase of the project, I spent the majority of my waking hours in the lab – and I enjoyed every minute of it. From debriefing with my coordinator in the morning to checking and rechecking results well into the afternoon, I was on cloud nine all day, every day. I even loved the electric feeling of anxiety as I waited for the results. Most of all, though, I loved the pursuit of science itself. Before I knew it, I was well into the seventh week and had completed my first long-term research experiment.

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    LynetteWolfe 18 Jan 2017 00:29

    Yeah. I believe June Carter was the most influential person in Johnny Cash s life. He was a devoted Christian, who credited God for saving his life when he had given up one time. He crawled into a cave. He had given up and went to the cave to die. He says God spoke to him. He says God saved his life. He was a supporter of the under dog. He believed even the worst of the worst deserve a second chance in life. He went to prisons and entertained the prisoners, by preforming his music for them. His brother who was killed in an accident (when just a teen) while working with dangerous machinery, seemed to have influenced JC. When his brother was dying, he told his mother he could hear angels singing. This always stayed with Johnny Cash. His brother had dreams of becoming a minister before the fatal accident. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnny_Cash June Carter helped Johnny Cash get off drugs. She stayed with him and helped him through it. He never forgot this. He always credited her and God for this.He was a big fan of hers when she sang with her family - The Carter Family

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    brownfrog165 18 Jan 2017 01:54

    Buy the book on-line now from Barnes & Noble or Amazon or Booksense.

    Our fantasy life does more than sell books and movies, it drives technology, social change, war, and the everyday thoughts that fill our lives.

    Mike Israel ( Prof. Emeritus, KEAN U. ):


    When we hear the word “philosopher,” we tend to think of Ancient Greeks like Socrates or Plato, or perhaps the Frenchman René Descartes, or maybe infamous Germans like Karl Marx or Friedrich Nietzsche. Influential philosophers thus seem to populate the past. But are there any important philosophers living in the world today?

    We can thank philosophers, both past and present, for a number of our deeply held beliefs. These beliefs dictate how we understand and involve ourselves in the world. For millennia, philosophers have attempted to shape our beliefs, usually behind the scenes, and their influence is present in many of our existing practices, institutions, and basic assumptions about ourselves and the world we think we know.

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    ねおあやかちゃん←New! 18 Jan 2017 04:39

    Tips and Samples for pre-2013 Common Application Personal Essay Options: Overview | Significant Experience | Important Issue | Influential Person | Fiction.

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    bluelion443 18 Jan 2017 09:27