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Whose Quote: doubt(s)

Submitted by harryterrafrank on Сб, 10/25/2014 - 01:14

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"The only limit to our realization of
tomorrow will be our doubts of today.
" Franklin D. Roosevelt
"‘Tis better to remain silent and be
thought a fool, than to speak and
remove all doubt.
" Abraham Lincoln
"The whole problem with the world is
that fools and fanatics are always so
certain of themselves, but wiser people
so full of doubts.
" Bertrand Russell

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Staub

Submitted by Misa3 on Сб, 10/25/2014 - 00:18



I love a pot "Staub" .
"Staub" can cook from stew to Tarte Tatin.

私はストウブという鍋が大好きです
ストウブはシチューからタルトタタンまで作ることができます。

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Hello!

Submitted by Misa3 on Пт, 10/24/2014 - 23:42



My name is Misa.
I am a university student in Japanese.

I love cooking.
Today, I baked bread.
It was crispy outside and chewy inside.

I used a pot "staub" to bake bread.
"Staub" is a wonderful because it can cook from stew to Tarte Tatin.
Thank you.

私の名前はみさです。
日本の大学生です。

私は料理が大好きです。
今日はパンを焼きました。
外はパリパリで中はもっちりとしていました。
パンを焼く時にストウブという鍋を使いました。
ストウブはシチューからタルトタタンまで作れる素晴らしい鍋です。
ありがとうございます。

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Hello!

Submitted by Misa3 on Пт, 10/24/2014 - 23:35



My name is Misa.
I am a university student in Japanese.

I love cooking.
Today, I baked bread.
It was crispy outside and chewy inside.
I used a pot "staub" to bake bread.
"Staub" is a wonderful because it can cook from stew to Tarte Tatin.
Thank you.

私の名前はみさです。
日本の大学生です。

私は料理が大好きです。
今日はパンを焼きました。
外はパリパリで中はもっちりとしていました。
パンを焼く時にストウブという鍋を使いました。
ストウブはシチューからタルトタタンまで作れる素晴らしい鍋です。
ありがとうございます。

Quote a Day: 26 Oct

Submitted by harryterrafrank on Пт, 10/24/2014 - 23:29

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26 Oct.: アルフレッドは学問が死んでいるのを知って生き返らせた。
教育が無視されているのを知って復活させた。
法律が無力なのを知って力を与えた。
教会が荒廃しているのを知って、これを起こした。
恐ろしい敵が荒らした領土を救った。
アルフレッドの名は人類が過去を尊崇する限り
いつまでも残ることだろう。
Alfred found learning dead and he restored it.
Education neglected and he revived it.
The laws powerless, and he gave them force.
The Church debased, and he raised it.
The land ravaged by a fearful enemy,
from which he delivered it.
Alfred's name will live as long
as mankind shall respect the past.

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music or silence

Submitted by demare on Пт, 10/24/2014 - 14:17



I'm a music-lover.I usually hear music when I'm doing my housework. I agree with the general opinion that music affect us. Our mood changes according to the music, a more gentle music relax the people. When you feel blue,music can make you feel more happy. But what happens when classical music like Beethoven is modified? Is it still relaxing? Look up Beethoven virus by Diana Boncheva in youtube and have a look. Is it still clasical music?

 

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A little thing About our Behaviors

Submitted by Hans1983 on Пт, 10/24/2014 - 11:13



Sometimes I think that we must be better than this present conditions. But I think also that when we have paradigms in our minds we can not do better because paradigms and archetypes manipolite us in our life . But when you try to convert your uncouncious to councious you can find more things about your thinks and do better works for other people and yourself. Thank you...

Quote a Day: 25 Oct

Submitted by harryterrafrank on Пт, 10/24/2014 - 08:14

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25 Oct.: 四月があまい雨をふらせて三月のひでりで
    かわいた土を根元までうるおすころ
     Whan that Aprill with his shoures soote
The droghte of March hath perced to the roote.
(Canterbury Tales)
--- Geoffrey Chaucer(1340-1400) died on 25 Oct.

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