How often, when someone thanks us for something, do we respond with some variation of, “don’t worry about it,” or, “it’s nothing?” My yoga teacher, a beautiful and inspirational person who starts every class with thoughts to guide our practice for the day, first brought this issue to my attention. She confessed to having difficulty accepting gratitude. She was making an effort to pause, check her natural reaction, and instead respond with a simple, “you’re welcome.” To remind herself, she would accompany the words with a gesture of hand to heart..
Meese, who worked with Judge Roberts in the Reagan White House. President [George W. Bush] is convinced that he is a constitutionalist in the same way that Scalia and Thomas are, Mr. At the same time, Police Captain Bosch (Christopher Curry) is investigating why so many of the city’s most overlooked citizens are disappearing, and why those remaining have got so skittish. Is just a lame rubber monster movie. It’s a not so subtle political metaphor, but the script (either by novelist Parnell Hall or by Stern and Curry, depending whose version of the production you believe) has more of a Seventies political intrigue/eco horror edge than many of its contemporaries.
Mel I can only agree. I cannot understand why Morgan keep asking the opinion of Donald Chump, the living mental disease on important issues. Shaking the hand of those that have different views could have positive results in the long run and surely kissing a world leader or their wives is a definite positive.
The phosphate mining proponents use land reclamation (1) as a catch all phrase while phosphate mining opponents use irreparable ecological landscape damage as their catch all phrase. Who does one choose to believe is being frank concerning phosphate depleted severely disturbed landscape reclamation? Locally, pro phosphate industry commercials boast reclamation of severely disturbed post mined lands as a complete success. However, the same abandoned mine pits I frequented near Brandon, FL as a youth in the early 1970 have yet to see any reclamation.
She died the other day at age 47 of a mysterious blood disease so rare that it still has no name. She called it headache that wouldn go away. Something like that. “Goalies are playing well right now so I don’t know if they want to change,” he said. “I just felt that was the way I was going to play for my success. I didn’t expect anyone to follow in my footsteps, I just wanted to just stop the puck.