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Instinctive Self Care Practices by Mossling on September 30th, 2009, 11:40 am
A cat instinctively stretches and licks it's fur. What is a human being's instinctive 'self care' routine? Do we have one? And if so, how can we know what it is? It seems likely that a human's instinctive health care routine would be more complex and developed than a cat's.

Yoga and personal hygiene practices have been known for thousands of years, but when should we stop? And when to know when we should be more active? There are so many philosophies which can contradict one another that is seems human beings are often swamped in teachings from different cultures and laboratories.

We can turn our awareness towards our more constant reflexive behaviours; such as our breathing, in order to tap in to our deeper neural impulses, and from that state of attention feel how other activities (or lack of activity) sits with us at certain times. This appears to be the only method of discovering what our instinctive nature holds, otherwise our focus will be lost in a tangle of concepts.
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rhapsody in the midst by Char0n on March 29th, 2014, 2:36 am
dinner tonight was nachoes... i knew a slam poet named nacho once... better than fast food-substitute... i hate that that stuff is so good... big sloppy sneeze... not once but twice... swear to god i found a haunted wendy's once... drove through at like four in the morning... and the speaker asked what can i get you, i tried to order... then drove off when i realized how god foresaken the mentally ill are...
you hear about people, famous people... and they act like absolute phonies... as if there was some bloody return for the plastination or for the animation junkie, dip... if i dip you dip we dip... lol... some odd day in the not too distant future... the news will be revealed and admonished for not balancing the good and the bad...
a stadium of empty... center court... some luck strikes as misfortune years before the unthinkable can glint of concept itself, in the eye of some beholden set of eyes too wet and pregnant with apples for the second coming of some absentee ballot which takes...

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First Day by MyAsylum on March 29th, 2011, 3:02 pm
I am new to this website and am extremely glad i found it! I was actually going to create one if i couldnt find a website like this. Even though this website is full of experts and i have absolutely no credibility that is alright with me. I just like to discuss and further my knowledge in my area of interest. I m just looking to solving the only answer i want solved. "How can I become happy?". So far no matter what i tell myself, or what people tell me, I always revert back to, "What is the point?" "Whats my purpose?" "Do i need to accomplish something to be happy or can i find it in something small?" Im afraid that these answers can probably never be answered logicaly or with philosophy or any other method but i have decided that in my personal life ill just take an ignorant route in my daily living and just look for the truth on this website and elsewhere. Im kind of a hyprocrite, now that i think about it. I follow two different theories to live...

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Textual 1.0.4 IRC Client by toucana on August 17th, 2010, 1:44 pm
Apple have recently begun listing a new IRC client called Textual 1.0.4 from Codeux Software on their email/chat applications download page

At 5.4MB it is described as a "lightweight IRC client designed specifically for Mac OS X" with Growl notifications, scripting support, and 'Powerful Tools for IRC Network Operators".

When I downloaded and opened it, there was something oddly familiar about the multi-pane user interface and Lucida Grande font. A quick check of the license and release notes confirmed that Textual 1.0.4 is in fact a rewrite of Limechat, an open source IRC client originally created for OS X in Ruby Cocoa by a Japanese programmer Satoshi Nakagawa about two years ago. I had previously tested Limechat in some detail last year and was keen to see what had been added or taken...

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philosophical and oeneric lyrics by etherealpillow on May 17th, 2009, 7:03 pm
"fantasy will set you free!"
(steppen wolf)

"we've got to get ourselves banck to the garden!"
- the song woodstock(crosby, stills, nash, and young play a version)

"I'm beginning to see the light!"
(velvet underground)

"the light from the sun is your mother!"
anthony green of Circa Survive

"Everything about you is how I wanna be
Your freedom comes naturally
Everything about you resonates happiness "

"Good Mornin' Star shine
The earth says "hello"
You twinkle above us
We twinkle below. "
(strawberry alarm clock)

muse upon these inspiring lyrics please
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