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... living in the West today from almost all of our ancestors, over two things without which human beings cannot exist: food and sex.
The question before us today is not whether the two appetites are closely connected. About that much, philosophers and other commentators have been agreed for a very long time. As far back as Aristotle, observers have made the same point reiterated in 1749 in Henry Fielding’s famous scene in Tom Jones: The desires for sex ...
... I second guessed everything that I did thinking that it wasn't good or needed to be fixed. I finally decided on several drawings and decided to render and put color to them. My efforts and OCD payed off as I soon found out that I was accepted to the program. ...
... this airport, that we get some caffeine in us. Upon arriving to our gate, we learned the plane was delayed because the pilots needed more rest. We needed some extra rest too! Thankfully, this gives us a little more time to blog and write on our postcards from Plymouth. Keep checking your mail to see if you're the lucky one to get a Plymouth ...
... times to herald the end of the war. A recurring theme that we are encountering here is that of liberty, and freedom. I have had a bit of a light bulb moment today realising that the US originated with British settlers every bit as much as we did, but have taken a very different path to get to where they are today.
Then on to Independence Hall, which was originally known as the Pennysylvania State House, and was actually nothing ...
... however it cracked even further silencing it - at least physically- forever. Today the greatest strength of the Liberty Bell is the way it symbolises the never ending quest for freedom and the need to remain forever vigilant, for liberties gained can also be lost.
We then took a short walk to Arch Street and the Christ Church cemetery. This is the final resting place of Benjamin Franklin and some of the other signatories ...