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Hassan (
Date:Thu 03 Dec 2015 08:13:11 AM EST

Thank you for this gift. It appears that this will be a WONDERFUL csuroe. It's a just-in-time reminder for me to refocus on routine visualization and meditation, which has been totally disrupted for the last couple of years due to life's upheavals . I wish you all the best.Thanks again for this gift, which is more to me than the words.~Rahimah [url=]yxrrnmj[/url] [link=]gouhczv[/link]

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Leo (
Date:Tue 01 Dec 2015 10:08:54 PM EST

Chips The Musical was my first experience at the Falcon. I loved the show and the %3Ca href=""%3Ethtaeer%3C/a%3E and decided that night we'd be coming back for more. I want to win free tickets to A Wither's Tale! I'm sure it will great also

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Oseng (
Date:Tue 01 Dec 2015 01:34:51 PM EST

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Praaz (
Date:Mon 30 Nov 2015 03:00:25 AM EST

This movie was well put together and a true eye%3Ca href=""%3E oneper%3C/a%3E. It was extremely hard to get through this movie, but at the same time it was inspiring. The couple featured in the film were super strong and showed that love is real. Through thick and thin he had this wife, and family by his side. Most would ask why? but the family seemed very supportive and I am happy we got to see this movie because many people take the time they have with their loved ones for granted and don't ever get to say the proper goodbyes that they want. This showed that their is other options then just suffering. Not only is it hurtful to keep holding on but its really expensive to keep someone alive when there really is no chance of them getting better. I would not say I 100% agree that this is the way to go, but I feel its your choice and you will know when your just tired of being tired, and in pain. If you feel you can do this and your chances of getting better have gone, then I stand by it. I agree with Wesley and Johno that if someone is suffering, do your absolute best to save there life, and keep them alive. In the occasion that someone is terminal and they want to take there life, then it is there choice. Provide them with a meeting to be evaluated, assistance, and options.

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Tae (
Date:Sat 28 Nov 2015 11:08:51 PM EST

Well there are different ideas as to what that rescpet might be. In a case with intimate partner violence, the most rescpetful thing to do might be to leave the abusive partner and encourage them to get help. Flat out indifference only feeds into their rage (thus perpetuating the cycle AND putting yourself in danger) and reacting violently back does the exact same thing (and it justifies their behavior). Respect yourself by trying to leave the situation, rescpet them by not giving them outlet to exact their abuse on.

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