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Respect or venerability towards the entirety of nature and towards the Creation and its laws and recommendations must determine the human being's thoughts and feelings and his or her deeds. Human beings must live in harmony with the Creation, with nature, with Earth and the universe, as well as with all varieties of present existence that spring forth from these. Rivers, stones, plants, animals, lakes, seas, brooks, springs, the air and water, trees and bushes
and everything that crawls and flies here on Earth are life forms with a spirit-form, with very many of them being connected by psychic swinging waves. All of them are Wesenheiten that communicate with one another, all knowing about their common existence amongst one another.
You think you want to swing? Do you daydream about having two girls at once? Do you want to see your girlfriend with another woman? Maybe you want to see her with another man while you take on another woman and join in for sloppy seconds?
Swinging is not for the relationship that has even a kernel of insecurity, distrust, dishonesty or jealousy. This type of sexual freedom only exists within the narrow confines of a truly trusting relationship. There is no in-between. Good luck in whatever you decide, and make your choice with eyes wide open because you never know how things will turn out until after it all happens.
Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 107: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion is concerned about Davante Adams' 9.9% Hog Rate.
Martavis Bryant's lack of college production and 2014 snap share suggest that he is being overvalued in redraft fantasy leagues.
Comparing the college careers of Davante Adams and Jeff Janis.
All advanced metrics suggest a Jeff Janis breakout is imanent.
Jeff Janis had the best wide receiver SPARQ score at the 2014 Scouting Combine.
Radio silence while bidding in the Kitchen Sink Dynasty League.
From fantasy league transactions to swinging conversations, men and women are wired very differently.
Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.
Due to schedule conflicts, the originally planned show about Sexual independence will air on next Thursday July 11th. Tonight's broadcast is a replay of a show from last winter about Swinging as an alternative lifestyle. If you are curious about whether this expression of Sexual Liberation is for you, listen in as I talk w/ Kate an enthusiastic practitioner of The Lifestyle!
Consensual non-monogamy is often perceived as a couples activity. However, there are a good number of single men and women who participate in it. A single person participating in the swinging or polyamorous lifestyle faces many challenges that are unique to their un-coupled status.
Join Dr. T and Devin Kent in welcoming a special guest who will discuss her journey as a single woman in the swinging lifestyle. In this episode, we will learn what she ultimately seeks in her consensual non-monogamous life and hear about some of the trials, tribulations, and pitfalls she, and other single people face when choosing this path. This is sure to be a thought provoking discussion for couples and singles alike!
Join Dr. T and Devin Kent as they discuss the reflection process they went through to decide to live or not live a consensual non-monogamous life. There are many sexy reasons why we might try a consensual non-monogamous life; however, do we think about what the lifestyle will do to what we thought life was? Do think about who we are ourselves to see if our personalities are actually well suited for the consensual non-mog life? Join us as we explore and learn.
Join Devin Kent and Dr.T as they discuss fear being the death of our consensual non-monogamous live. Fear is an important emotion and can warn us of some very real dangers. However, it can also stop us from living through change. This is very true in consensual non-monogamy. If we can learn to handlle our greatest fears, our consensual non-monogamous lives can improve beyond our wildest dreams. Let's talk about how we can get over our greatest fears in consensual non-monogmy
In June, 2005, a commuter was driving to work on Saturday morning. As the motorist rounded a turn in Highway 96 a few miles east of Happy Camp, the driver was looking up while passing a 25mph sign. It was then, the commuter got a good look at the creature. The creature stood upright and ran like a man, its long arms swinging. It was about eight feet tall, looked like an ape, and was covered with dark hair.When the witness arrived at Happy Camp, she stopped in at JavaBob's Bigfoot Deli next door to her work. She hurried into JavaBob's Bigfoot Deli to tell JavaBob about her experience while all the details were fresh in her mind.Later at work the witness shared her experience with her manager. The manager packed a 357 Magnum and a camera, drove to the scene of the incident between mile markers 47 and 48, and got out of the car. Standing next to the guard rail on the south side of the highway and looking up at the slope on the north, it was hard to imagine that anyone or anything could climb such a steep incline. At that time there was a rustling sound at the top, and this person also saw the creature standing there. Then it raised it's head and turned to walk away. This witness could see the creature so clearly that when it lifted its foot to leave, the lighter-colored heel-pad was visible. Bob has also written a book about his experiences with the Sasquatch.Purchase my latest book MONSTERS MYTHS and ME (hard copy) at; https://www.createspace.com/3378213 or on Amazon(Ebook) available on Kindle at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00A5CGAUM#_fBuyContent=8394051
Mariea Antoinette is bringing an entirely unique sound to R&B and contemporary jazz: her soulful harp. Offering a Straight From The Harp:” seduces and sways with refreshingly distinctive sounds placed in a seldom heard context that will change your perception of the ancient stringed instrument. Antoinette partnered with Emmy-winning and two-time Grammy-nominated producer-songwriter Allan Phillips
The exotic mid-tempo original “Fly Away” introduces Antoinette’s thesis that the ethereal harp can bring exciting new sonic dynamics to urban-jazz grooves. Phillips and Antoinette sped up the cadence on “Rock Wit ‘Cha” while adding celebratory harmonies. Another original, “Slick urban nuances propel Curtis Mayfield’s inviting “Give Me Your Love.” Vocalist Chanel Fields penned “A Single Dance,” an R&B vocal cut decorated with gossamer strands of Antoinette’s sparkling harp riffs. Saxophonist Reggie Codrington contributed a couple tunes to the record, including “Spend Some Time (With You),” a romantic overture that he wrote with Phillips. The ‘70s classic “Boogie Nights” starts with a swinging jazz ride before rampaging through a sweltering workout of exultant booty shaking. “Journey” is the first of two mystical solo harp mediations with the title track being the other. Syncopated R&B rhythms provide the flowing undercurrent for Antoinette to float funky harp flourishes on Barry White’s “I’m Gonna Love You.”.
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