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Wanderers Nachtlied by Hendrick Laursen on October 6th, 2014, 8:00 am
Wanderers Nachtlied
Über allen Gipfeln
Ist Ruh,
In allen Wipfeln
Spürest du
Kaum einen Hauch;
Die Vögelein schweigen im Walde.
Warte nur, balde
Ruhest du auch.

Johannes Wolfgang von Goethe
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Ancient Opencast Coal Exploration by Garry Denke on July 29th, 2011, 8:24 am

> NW to SE —→
Cave Coal: 800,000 BC; Hand Axes
Camp Fuel: Dates through Ice Ages

> NW to SE —→
Pembrokeshire Coalfield → South Wales Coalfield → Bristol Coalfield → Salisbury Plain ... ritish.gif
Coalfield → 40 miles → Coalfield → 40 miles → Coalfield → 40 miles → Prospect Area
http://www.geology.19thcenturyscience.o ... ap-400.jpg
800,000 BC Coalfield → 800,000 BC Coalfield → 100,000 BC Coalfield → Stonehenge

> dusters in white —→

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Buddha-mind by Timothy on June 15th, 2009, 9:22 pm
"The world of thinking is that of our ordinary dualistic mind.
The world of pure consciousness or awareness is that of buddha-mind.
Phenomena in the world of thinking are constantly being named or labeled by our minds. The world of awareness does not label or name, it only reflects. The world of pure consciousness thus includes the opposites in the world of thinking." - Shunryu Suzuki
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Jesus Mentos Commercial by Sisyphus on December 4th, 2011, 3:42 am
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Letter 7 by The Joshua Letters on January 19th, 2012, 9:55 am
I don’t think I’m a bad person, but I certainly would not consider myself a righteous one either. I grew up running with all of thee wrong crowds and I got in a fair amount of trouble that eventually landed me at age 19 in the local jail. At the time I would not say that I was an Atheist, although if you had asked me if I believed in God I would have said no, but I was instead simply unconcerned with such things as God and Religion. However, I had an experience while in jail that left me with little room for doubt that there was at least something out there, and this made me interested in God.

Not long after I got out of jail, I began looking for information on God and Religion, mostly from the Bible, and while I was learning, I started remembering things that I had learned in science classes which caused me to raise a few questions. Thus, I ramped up my efforts to learn and this lead me to speak with a man who knew a lot more about Science and Religion than I did. In our conversation, he ...

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