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What many have sought but failed to find, a few by chance have stumbled upon.

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some days I wrestle with my demons, sometimes we just cuddle.

today is an all out war with them.

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Sometimes my autocorrect takes perfectly normal words and changes them into nonsense. Writing this, it changed "changes" into "cjanhes". Wtf?

I'll try to coin a term here. "iPhart". An imperfect portmanteau of iPhone and brain fart.

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lol at the unintentional excrement quote.

"Meditation is not a difficult task. It is a way to lead you to your long-lost home." ~ Soen Shaku

and

"You don't have to attend every argument you're invited to." ~ Unknown

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"Looking for excrement"

A presumed autocorrect snafu in an otherwise normal profile.

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We've come a long way... here's a reminder:

In the early 1800s the waltz was criticized on moral grounds by those opposed to its closer hold and turning movements. Religious leaders almost unanimously regarded it as vulgar and sinful.

In July of 1816, the waltz was included in a ball given in London by the Prince Regent. A blistering editorial in The Times a few days later stated:

"We remarked with pain that the indecent foreign dance called the Waltz was introduced (we believe for the first time) at the English court on Friday last ... it is quite sufficient to cast one's eyes on the voluptuous intertwining of the limbs and close compressure on the bodies in their dance, to see that it is indeed far removed from the modest reserve which has hitherto been considered distinctive of English females. So long as this obscene display was confined to prostitutes and adulteresses, we did not think it deserving of notice; but now that it is attempted to be forced on the respectable classes of society by the civil examples of their superiors, we feel it a duty to warn every parent against exposing his daughter to so fatal a contagion." (Source: The Times of London, 16th July 1816)

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LT's post reminded me of one:

"Close only counts in horseshoes, hand grenades and nuclear bombs."

Or maybe it was nuclear war?

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Did I offer peace today? Did I bring a smile to someone's face? Did I say words of healing? Did I let go of my anger and resentment? Did I forgive? Did I love? These are the real questions. I must trust that the little bit of love that I sow now will bear many fruits, here in this world and the life to come.

~Henri Nouwen

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and there the lovely breasteses are again! ;)

What one takes in by contemplation, one pours out in love.~Meister Eckhart

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Good point, Trooper.

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