Hey guys,i don't exactly know for sure if this kind of doubt has been posted before, at least i couldn't find much information about it. If it did, just a link to the post shall suffice. I shall try…Continue
Hello Everybody,I have been following this site for a while now and i've decided to join up with te community. Mostly because i found that a lot of individual perspectives are a huge insight to the…Continue
"Silence is often a good thing. On the other hand, there is hardly any conversation in which common sense can't make a good conversationist. If you feel you do not have enough information, you should ask specifically if someone can update you.…"
"I've always tried to follow a quote I read somewhere (sorry I don't remembr who said it):
"A wise man speaks because he feels has has something to say.A fool speaks because he feels he has to say something.""
'Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent.' - Ludwig Wittgenstein"Silence is golden when you can't think of a good answer." - Muhammad AliI wanted to start of this post with these quotes, though i am not a real Muhammad Ali fan, the quote is what i find intriguing. And for this post the quote of Wittgenstein isn't used specificly in his philosophical analysis. Though the my idea and question to you are based on my first interpetations of these.Last year i have had a lot of stuggles…See More
"Offcourse, i agree with you. It's just the lines and boundries i set for myself are sometimes unrealistic as you probably guessed. But that doesn't make it so that anyone should stop trying ofcourse!"
"Cause i am in early twenties, probably means that i miss the life experience of my thirties and fourties. So i hope i am not speaking out of boundries. But even I recognize the problem you are sketching in this post.
Throughout my high school and…"
"I had 3 dream-jobs actually i wanted to be an actor, carpenter or a writer.
I kind of reach or trying to reach them all.. as a hobby i am trying to write everyday, and i'm currently studying for theatre engineer. A lot of disciplines are…"
"As to what to eat. I tend to go for things I have not had before or will not cook at home. I love food so trying something new is well new.
I did have Two situations in a month backpacking England where I was scared.
I walked into…"
"I'd suggest starting out by extending your casual conversations when possible. Not every exchange needs be a speech. For example increase the casual pleasantries with the grocer's clerk or the fast food server. Maybe throw in a titbit of…"
"Well i have been thinking about this hardly for the last couple of days, but i guess it some kind of fear to be fully independent and not knowing which kind of options i got or which i should choose.
The familiar kind of stuff like being at a…"
Gents, my situation is thus- while helping my parents clean out my dearly departed grandmother's basement, I came across an old cigar box holding my grandfather's shaving kit. I suspect this was his personal shaving kit, as I already found his "shop kit"- in addition to being a blacksmith and ferrier, he was a barber. I left the "shop kit" to my father, as it's a little more ornate and he had it shadowboxed for display. Inside this cigar box I found a traditional straight razor (I couldn't tell…See More
"Do you think The United States of America could be invaded? No. I do not believe militarily we will have an armed invasion.
How do you think it would happen? See above.
What would you do if it did happen? See above.
Do you think there is…"
"Mainly, he roamed the forests across in the Ohio country hunting Indians and carrying out one-man raids.... Between 1779 and 1788, he collected the scalps of 27 Indians that he said he personally killed. Accounts of his exploits as told by others put the total at more than 100." - The Early American Review, James Pierce, 1997I first heard stories of Lew Wetzel from my Grandfather in Ohio. He was a great storyteller and embellished things a lot, I later found out. Nevertheless, he had my…See More