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... a spiritual path. As a religious strategy, the law of attraction is used in healing, for instance, for favorable good, in opening up to the beneficent flow of the universe and in communing with the natural world. This is authentic personal development. Monetary success and material wealth do not bring personal fulfillment. (Let me be clear. I like cash and I want everyone on this planet to be clothed, fed, educated, safe, comfy and happy.) ...
... capes onto a large ferry like sheep to the slaughter, piling hundreds of bodies onto this boat...'how much more can this thing hold' is what I'm thinking. Too late...the ferry is off and I'm still on it!
Don't know why I even made a fuss, smooth sailing, quite beautiful, sailing up with the falls on either side...loving it! The suddenly...a big splash of spray flies over the boat/ferry whatever...soaked! I put my hood ...
... 1677, earlier than Kalm, after traveling with the explorer René Robert Cavelier, Sieur de la Salle, thus bringing the falls to the attention of Europeans. Further complicating matters, there is credible evidence that the French Jesuit Reverend Paul Ragueneau visited the falls some 35 years before Hennepin's visit, while working among the Huron First Nation in Canada. Jean de Brébeuf also may have visited the falls, while spending time with the Neutral Nation.
... the musicians struck up "Sunrise Sunset" which was just about the worst choice you could make for Mandy. She immediately turned into a blubbering wreck, muttered "Oh, Brendan!", and had tears streaming down her face as we walked down the aisle trying our best to look happy and composed. The mothers went forward to light the family candles while Mike and I waited, and we all then walked back to our seats. With us all seated, Mike finally left to get Rachel.
Eventually the ...
... we hopped in the cars and went off to the Christmas service at The Chapel, where the family worships. A large church, probably 2000 or so there, and you couldn't call either the church or the production modest. By Australian standards a fairly short service, and surprisingly we only go to sing one carol for the whole time, so it was far more of a performance and less participation than we are used to. It's actually Christmas Eve here, ...