"Can't we all just get along?"
Unity, peace, understanding, love. We can.
Is it greed, ego, jealousy, laziness, fear, addictions, closed minds? Things like these intertwined? They seem to create an enormous challenge. Is making peace a challenge, a matter of time, a dream..?
Here's a challenge. Accept people for who they are and be nice. Try it for a day or two, or a thousand. Everyone try it and lets see how it goes. We can still discuss this and that, we can even disagree. Just try to be nice along the way. What would it hurt? What do you have to loose?
And, I have to say that I still think everyone loving everyone should be our main goal. It's just what I think.
love love love
love ya big thinkers
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The navigation tool has placed a school in the sea, among other things.
- Google has apologized for the sudden instability of its maps in Japan.
- Errors may stem from Google's long-time map data provider Zenrin – or from the cancellation of its contract.
- Speculation on the latter option caused Zenrin shares to drop 16% last Friday.
This gives credence to the 5-2 diet, which has recently gained in popularity thanks to a large celebrity following.
Chances are you're probably thinking about food right now in some capacity. Maybe it's close to dinner and you're wondering what you are going to eat. Maybe you had a really good lunch and are fondly reminiscing about your BLT, or whatnot. Or maybe, just maybe, you're thinking about not eating food for a while.
A new computer model solves a pair of Jovian riddles.
- Astronomers have wondered how a gas giant like Jupiter could sit in the middle of our solar system's planets.
- Also unexplained has been the pair of asteroid clusters in front of and behind Jupiter in its orbit.
- Putting the two questions together revealed the answer to both.
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