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Socreta93

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Not sure I understand the question, slave. I'll go with the "best only" because it is God's. It is always better to live in God's way than in our own :D.

Do you watch the Olympics?
yeah I love the olympics, I watch as much sports as possible

favorite comic book character
 

Tinuviel

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I am rogue_one. I'm with you know, the force.

What does happiness mean to you?
I love this poem :)

Happiness is like a crystal
Fair and exquisite and clear
Broken in a million pieces
Shattered, scattered far and near
Now and then along life’s pathway
Lo! Some shining fragments fall
But there are so many pieces
No one ever finds them all

You may find a bit of beauty
Or an honest share of wealth
While another just beside you
Gathers honor, love or health
Vain to choose or grasp unduly
Broken is the perfect ball
And there are so many pieces
No one ever finds them all

Yet the wise as on their journey
Treasure every fragment clear
Fit them as they may together
Imaging the shattered sphere
Learning ever to be thankful
Though their share of it is small
For it has so many pieces
No one ever finds them all


PRISCILLA LEONARD

It is rather figurative, but I rather like the last stanza, and the lines "vain to choose or grasp unduly broken is the perfect ball." Real happiness is only through God and His Son.

What is your favourite time of year?
 

Socreta93

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Jul 28, 2015
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I love this poem :)

Happiness is like a crystal
Fair and exquisite and clear
Broken in a million pieces
Shattered, scattered far and near
Now and then along life’s pathway
Lo! Some shining fragments fall
But there are so many pieces
No one ever finds them all

You may find a bit of beauty
Or an honest share of wealth
While another just beside you
Gathers honor, love or health
Vain to choose or grasp unduly
Broken is the perfect ball
And there are so many pieces
No one ever finds them all

Yet the wise as on their journey
Treasure every fragment clear
Fit them as they may together
Imaging the shattered sphere
Learning ever to be thankful
Though their share of it is small
For it has so many pieces
No one ever finds them all


PRISCILLA LEONARD

It is rather figurative, but I rather like the last stanza, and the lines "vain to choose or grasp unduly broken is the perfect ball." Real happiness is only through God and His Son.

What is your favourite time of year?
I love Christmas time

Favorite Author/Poet
 

Tinuviel

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I love Christmas time

Favorite Author/Poet
That is totally not fair. Those are two very different questions, though if I were looking for a place where they overlap I'd have to say J. R. R. Tolkien. Not known for his poetry, but he did write a great deal of it. (even beyond what is in the LotR books).

Khalil Gibran

Favorite song
 

Tinuviel

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I love Christmas time

Favorite Author/Poet
That is totally not fair. Those are two very different questions, though if I were looking for a place where they overlap I'd have to say J. R. R. Tolkien. Not known for his poetry, but he did write a great deal of it. (even beyond what is in the LotR books).

Khalil Gibran

Favorite song
Lots of hymns and classical songs lol

Abide with Me

Cannon in D

Farandole

The "little fugue"

Nearer, still Nearer

Be Still My Soul

And Can it Be

Nessun Dorma

And...yeah lol Maybe someone else has a more one-song answer :p



What is your favourite song?
 
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That is totally not fair. Those are two very different questions, though if I were looking for a place where they overlap I'd have to say J. R. R. Tolkien. Not known for his poetry, but he did write a great deal of it. (even beyond what is in the LotR books).



Lots of hymns and classical songs lol

Abide with Me

Cannon in D

Farandole

The "little fugue"

Nearer, still Nearer

Be Still My Soul

And Can it Be

Nessun Dorma

And...yeah lol Maybe someone else has a more one-song answer :p



What is your favourite song?
Bohemian rhapsody. :rolleyes: well it's a good song but not really a favorite.

Serious answer:

Because He lives
Just be held
Who am I?
When I cry
Oceans

Have you seen black panther? Is it worth watching?
 

Socreta93

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Jul 28, 2015
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Bohemian rhapsody. :rolleyes: well it's a good song but not really a favorite.

Serious answer:

Because He lives
Just be held
Who am I?
When I cry
Oceans

Have you seen black panther? Is it worth watching?
Yes, I recomend it. It's a really good book. Not the GOAT Marvel movie some are claiming but it's very good. Good acting and a great villain.

Favorite movie you seen this year?
 

Tinuviel

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Jun 6, 2015
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Yes, I recomend it. It's a really good book. Not the GOAT Marvel movie some are claiming but it's very good. Good acting and a great villain.

Favorite movie you seen this year?
Genesis: Paradise lost.

When was the last time you played an old-fashioned board/card game?
 

zeroturbulence

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Genesis: Paradise lost.

When was the last time you played an old-fashioned board/card game?
Its been so long I don't even remember :( I'm gonna guess... 1995? It was either Trivial Pursuit or Pictionary..

What's your favorite hobby/pastime?
 

Tinuviel

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Jun 6, 2015
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Its been so long I don't even remember :( I'm gonna guess... 1995? It was either Trivial Pursuit or Pictionary..

What's your favorite hobby/pastime?
Group past-time: board games :rolleyes: and dancing

Alone past-time reading and writing

Pass the question
 

NewStuff17

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Group past-time: board games :rolleyes: and dancing

Alone past-time reading and writing

Pass the question
I like to watch kid's movies with my kid. I read. I LOVE to help someone with their problems.


What is your favorite snack food?
 

Tinkerbell725

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The Shack is a good novel.

Tell me your dreams and other sidney sheldon novels are my favorites before. Not reading much novels now, but more on non fiction.

Where would you like to go for a vacation?
 

slave

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Timberline Trail, Mount Hood Wilderness, Oregon - 41 miles (3-5 days)

Some visit Mt. Hood to scale its 11,000-foot heights, but this historic trail leads you around its belt. It offers scenic views, interesting geologic features, and plenty of wildlife. One section also joins with the infamous Pacific Crest Trail. This to me would be a perfect Vacation done in the cooler weather season I might add!

Q: "What specific number represents too much; and what number represents too little to you? (And no fair saying it depends - try and answer it by venturing an opinion.." :cool:.
 
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Tommy379

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Timberline Trail, Mount Hood Wilderness, Oregon - 41 miles (3-5 days)

Some visit Mt. Hood to scale its 11,000-foot heights, but this historic trail leads you around its belt. It offers scenic views, interesting geologic features, and plenty of wildlife. One section also joins with the infamous Pacific Crest Trail. This to me would be a perfect Vacation done in the cooler weather season I might add!

Q: "What specific number represents too much; and what number represents too little to you? (And no fair saying it depends - try and answer it by venturing an opinion.." :cool:.
If it's in reference to women...... the number is 1.
If it's bacon, it's never too much, always too little.

Snow or rain?