Dyed in the Wool(unchangeable)
His whole family is DITW Conservative.
|2.||The Meaning Of Life|
1) to exist in a plane consisting of 4 measurable dimensions. Three physical (ie length, width, and depth) and one non physical (ie time).
2) The problem many face in trying to discover the meaning of life is trying to treat the two categories as one in the same, for example we as biengs can change the three physical dimentions of any object we encounter yet treat time as a constant and therefore unchangeable. To fully understand the meaning of life you first must understand that time is not constant, it can and will fluctuate, the only way to see this is by removing ones self to a plane with no time (ie death).
the meaning of life, is death
Berger and Chips, F1 MB Legend
Strongly unchangeable,implacable, opinionated, intelligent guru of F1 BM'S
To do a B&C. (as to keep a straight line on a twisty road)
Ancient philosopher who propounded his theory of the Forms, a core philosophy based upon a fundamental belief in unchangeable perfect eternals from which everything in the phenomenal world is manifested as mere reflections or exact relations.
Plato's idea of the Good, an external form, is the absolute form from which all forms manifest. And as such, values are objective, says Plato, and a moral gradient exists wherein actions can be said (and judged) as to whether they represent true representations, or false ones, of the Forms.
Plato's thoughts on issues of life:
- On death/philosophy: Philosophy is the art of dying. Philosophy itself is the medicine for the soul. The goal of philosophy is to separate the soul from the body. And in doing so, philosophy prepares man for death. Death also brings about recollection of the Forms when the soul part existed among the gods. Death released the soul back to heaven.
- On Justice: Exists when each part -- i.e. in the city-state, or within the soul's cardinal virtues -- does its own part/job.
Plato's philosophy of Forms constitutes an objective moral world.
Following are the exact words (translated) as written by Mussolini for the Italian Encyclopedia in 1932:
Fascism, the more it considers and observes the future and the development of humanity quite apart from political considerations of the moment, believes neither in the possibility nor the utility of perpetual peace. It thus repudiates the doctrine of Pacifism -- born of a renunciation of the struggle and an act of cowardice in the face of sacrifice. War alone brings up to its highest tension all human energy and puts the stamp of nobility upon the peoples who have courage to meet it. All other trials are substitutes, which never really put men into the position where they have to make the great decision -- the alternative of life or death....more...
...The Fascist accepts life and loves it, knowing nothing of and despising suicide: he rather conceives of life as duty and struggle and conquest, but above all for others -- those who are at hand and those who are far distant, contemporaries, and those who will come after...
...Fascism is the complete opposite of…Marxian Socialism, the materialist conception of history of human civilization can be explained simply through the conflict of interests among the various social groups and by the change and development in the means and instruments of production.... Fascism, now and always, believes in holiness and in heroism; that is to say, in actions influenced by no economic motive, direct or indirect. And if the economic conception of history be denied, according to which theor...
October 30, 2005 Urban Word of the Day
When you do something that you can't take back or reverse(i.e. as in you can't un-ring that bell).
Jan's decision to have a one night stand is a rung bell.
A person, born geneticaly one sex, And surgicaly and hormonaly makeing a change to the other sex. Those haveing an unchangeable feeling that they were born in a body with the wrong sex.
That woman is a transsexual