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  • Just so we're clear,
    the Grinch never hated
    Christmas. He hated
    people, which is fair.
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  • Directly after Mercury completed it's journey across the front of the sun, Slooh's telescopes from the Canary Islands caught this amazing panorama of the shadow of the observatory imposed across a vast canvas of terrain. To top that off, then came the rise of the full moon, just up over the horizon. This makes some fairly spectacular desktop wallpaper.
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  • ABOUT: In this episode of "Paradigm Shift - An Educational Comedy" that we have titled as "PSEC - 2019 - Dave Kelso Discusses Global Banking On Divergence Media" -- Dave Kelso, Jeremy and others discuss the Federal Reserve Bank, Global Banksters, Politics, Outrage Culture and more!

    This video also includes some third party content for purposes of illustration and expression, all of which fall squarely under fair use and Creative Commons License.

    Participants List: Dave Kelso, Jeremy, Discord Chat Participants
    Hashtags: #federalreserve #banking #scam #divergence
    Metatags Space Separated: federalreserve banking scam divergence
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  • Cooper Stevenson: Goodbye With Love.

    "I, Cooper Stevenson, have ALS and will die in the coming days. I want to tell you as the Open Source community that I love you and what you stand for.

    I hope I did my part and I love you all.

    Fair Winds,

    Cooper Stevenson".

    Goodbye friend and thank You.

    ==> https://www.reddit.com/r/linux/comments/dhf1vo/goodbye_with_love/
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    #CooperStevenson #ALS #OpenSource #soul #transition #consciousness
    r/linux - Goodbye With Love
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  • Cooper Stevenson: Goodbye With Love.

    "I, Cooper Stevenson, have ALS and will die in the coming days. I want to tell you as the Open Source community that I love you and what you stand for.

    I hope I did my part and I love you all.

    Fair Winds,

    Cooper Stevenson".

    Goodbye friend and thank You.

    ==> https://www.reddit.com/r/linux/comments/dhf1vo/goodbye_with_love/
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    #CooperStevenson #ALS #OpenSource #soul #transition #consciousness
    r/linux - Goodbye With Love
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  • Destination Linux | Episode 141 | CentOS Stream, Fedora, Endeavour OS, Oracle Pi Cluster, GNOME Lawsuit.

    What a great +very passionate episode! Ryan and Michael go one on one, man to man, fair and square.

    The corrupt deviousness of Rothschild are now after Linux and free software!

    You will not beleive what you are about to hear. What's next? George Soros?

    Software Spotlight: Picard.

    ==> https://youtu.be/JzDLO5BQWt0
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    #CentOS #Oracle #Gnome #Rothschild #Linux #lawsuit #copyright #copyrighttrolls #corruption #freesoftware #opensource
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  • Destination Linux | Episode 141 | CentOS Stream, Fedora, Endeavour OS, Oracle Pi Cluster, GNOME Lawsuit.

    What a great +very passionate episode! Ryan and Michael go one on one, man to man, fair and square.

    The corrupt deviousness of Rothschild are now after Linux and free software!

    You will not beleive what you are about to hear. What's next? George Soros?

    Software Spotlight: Picard.

    ==> https://youtu.be/JzDLO5BQWt0
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    #CentOS #Oracle #Gnome #Rothschild #Linux #lawsuit #copyright #copyrighttrolls #corruption #freesoftware #opensource
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  • Voice-command ovens, robots for pets on show at Berlin's IFA tech fair http://ow.ly/7cpk30pv633 #AI
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  • Job was an exceptionally righteous man. He carefully avoided acts of transgression against God’s laws. He behaved blamelessly. But, like all of us, he had weaknesses Mark 14:38. He was not perfect.

    God decided to test Job’s character to see how his commitment to Him would bear up under adversity. The account of Job is in Scripture to help righteous people, when they go through discouraging and traumatic experiences, to learn to trust God patiently while awaiting the resolution of their problems.

    God boasted of Job’s righteous behavior to Satan. (Job 1:8). Satan responded, “. . . Stretch out Your hand and touch all that he has, and [Job] will surely curse You to Your face!” (Job 1:9-11). Later events proved Satan wrong. Job’s character was not that weak.

    God granted Satan permission to strip Job of his possessions and his family and to afflict him with excruciating boils (Job 1:12-19). Job at first accepted his plight, saying, “The LORD gave, and the LORD has taken away; blessed be the name of the LORD” (Job 1:21).

    Later “Job’s three friends heard of all this adversity that had come upon him, [and] each one came . . . [to] mourn with him, and to comfort him” (Job 2:11). After a week of lamenting with him, they began to discuss his calamities and suffering. Job listed his complaints, showing the inequities of life. Later God agreed with him. Not everything in this life is fair and equitable.

    Job’s three friends, however, were certain that God was punishing Job for some secret sin, something Job could hide from everyone but God. Job vehemently denied that such was the case, and he was right. God later verified this also.

    However, during his ordeal of loss and suffering, Job gradually came to resent God. This often happens to people in the midst of inexplicable calamity.

    Many chapters relate the faulty reasoning and accusations of Job’s three friends and Job’s denials. Finally, one of Job’s younger friends, Elihu, spoke up. He recognized that Job’s perspective was flawed and distorted. Job had convinced himself that his afflictions served no purpose. He decided that God was simply not treating him fairly.

    Elihu realized that Job was so obsessed with his innocence (Job 33:8-9) that he was finding fault with God rather than looking for lessons to learn from his trials. To Job’s complaints Elihu replied: “Do you think this is right? Do you say, ‘My righteousness is more than God’s’?” (Job 35:2).

    Instead of seeing his adversity as opportunity for patience and for letting God mold him, Job had grown in his resentment toward his Creator. He closed his mind to the possibility that he could learn something valuable from his suffering.

    Job’s principal objection was that God was unresponsive to him, that He was not properly acknowledging his righteousness.

    God challenged Job, suggesting that he try to tame a sea creature, a great beast that was “made without fear” (Job 41:33-34): “Can you draw out Leviathan with a hook, or snare his tongue with a line which you lower? Can you put a reed through his nose, or pierce his jaw with a hook? Will he make many supplications to you? Will he speak softly to you?” (Job 41:1-3; Job 41:4-10).

    In the end Job saw that the basis of his problem was his lack of understanding and excessive confidence in his own righteousness. Then his view of God’s fairness changed. He saw that His critical attitude toward God was wrong: “I have uttered what I did not understand, things too wonderful for me, which I did not know . . . I have heard of You by the hearing of the ear, but now my eye sees You. Therefore I abhor myself, and repent in dust and ashes” (Job 42:3-6).

    Job’s experience is recorded in great detail so we can learn the folly of holding too high an opinion of ourselves. “Pride goes before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall. Better to be of a humble spirit with the lowly, than to divide the spoil with the proud” (Proverbs 16:18-19).

    Job’s experiences can explain why righteous people may go through discouraging and traumatic times and be tempted to resent God for not obviously and quickly intervening on their behalf. Like Job, we can fail to understand that God sees far more than we see.

    No matter how severe a trial is, we should never assume God isn’t listening or doesn’t care. He sees lessons we need to learn that are beyond our present understanding. We need always to remember some excellent advice from King David: “Wait on the LORD; be of good courage, and He shall strengthen your heart; wait, I say, on the LORD!” (Psalms 27:14). We should learn from Job’s experience to maintain patient respect and trust in God even in the midst of our sufferings (James 5:10-11). www.ucg.org/bible-study


    Job 42:5–6

    5 I had only heard about you before,

    but now I have seen you with my own eyes.

    6 I take back everything I said,

    and I sit in dust and ashes to show my repentance.”


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  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2P1GaKcSNk Imagine if you will this is how Disclosure happened. Just for fun. Fair use only. I do not own anything by Konami.
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