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I used to care about whether or not people read this blog, but that was because I often felt misunderstood. As it turns out, I was the one misconceiving things. You see, something of the utmost importance happened to me in 2011, and I wanted to share it with the entire world. And having long been in the habit of raving about everything I ...
... was 8 when his family moved to Iquitos. He was one of 14 children, of which only 6 have survived. Daniel told us this was quite common and most children pass away while they are very young (before the age of 3). He said the most common reason is parasites. Parasites are prevalent in their water system, and can be particularly harmful to young children. Every few months, the children are supposed to drink sap from a specific tree that clears out ...
... feminismo" changed instead of a wider understanding of its meaning*.
The most obvious manifestations of machismo in Nicaragua were the incredibly regular catcalls. They're either a "tssst tssst" noise, a whistle, or some icky comment like "how delicious" or "how beautiful" and sometimes from disgusting old men "my princess" or "my doll". And then there's the white girl-specific ones which are similar just in english "hey baby" or "yoo are ...
... to Ayahuasca was heavily connected to early Judaism. Sharon’s article suggests that the effects of this drink were responsible for some of the most significant events of Moses' life, including his vision of the Burning Bush.
In the inaugural issue of the Time and Mind: The Journal of Archaeology Consciousness and Culture, Shanon explains that there are two plants in the Sinai, both common, that when brewed have the same effect as ayahuasca. He ...
... feathers ripped out and are in the process of rehabilitating. One of them even said "Hola" to me. Then we saw a rehabbing river otter who plays with fish instead of eating them so he has a diet of cooked chicken at the moment. We also saw two paiche fish, giant historic amazon fish that taste delicious ;) one of the coolest animals was a prehistoric turtle that looked like a transformer or something. It looked like no other turtle I've ever seen and apparently is in the ...
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