They called themselves Christian.
“Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. — Matthew 7:21 NIV
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What are we doing to our very existence, ourselves, society, to all the other species that exist around us? Tell me. Tell me do.
Look around. ALL AROUND! What have we done? Has the world benefited from man’s progress? Heck, has mankind benefited from man’s progress? Nope.
We are just as primitive as we were many centuries ago. The only difference being we have learned to disguise our faults…
As is his character, the professor is lecturing us about additional information :) at least none of this will be on the final exam, but it's still about constitutional law and also aboriginal law is a class that he teaches himself and he probably wants us to sign up for it (currently just optional but he thinks it will soon be mandatory).
I was walking around Granville Island when this beautiful art piece caught my eye. I stopped and shot a photo with this exact composition. Immediately after I shot the photo I thought to myself, “this picture would be a lot better if there was a person walking down the walkway”. So I stood there in that exact spot and waited for someone. A few people came by and I shot a few photos, but I wasn’t…
Fairy-like beings of some of the Indigenous Australians tribes. They are described as having, extremely thin and elongated bodies, so thin as to be in danger of breaking in case of a high wind. To avoid this, they usually spend most of, their time living in rock crevices. They are said to have taught the Aborigines of Australia how to hunt, prepare kangaroo meat, use fire and dance. They are like humans but they live in a different dimension.
I recently got my hands and a Olympus mju-1 35mm film camera. I ran a roll of Fujifilm Superia X-tra 400 through it and did a review of the camera. I got a sunset and did a little street photography in my neighbourhood in Kelowna BC, Canada. Even if your not into film photography, I think this video is a good watch. Check it out!
Thanks for watching, Rob
If you still celebrate January 26th as “Australia Day”, you either don’t want to or won’t believe that it marks the beginning of the genocide of Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islanders that has continued to this day.
But hear it from Aboriginal voices (who have been protesting for a long time), attend rallies, contribute funds where you can, and check out some petitions re: aboriginal deaths in custody, climate justice for Torres Strait islanders and treaty recognition.
I went for a little walk the other day to see if I could catch a sunset. Sadly the sunset didn’t really materialize. It was still nice to get out for a walk and shot a bunch a photos, but nothing I was too excited about. This was the last picture I took. I was walking back to my car and I saw this bench. The idea to put the camera down and hop in the shot crossed my mind so I did it. The photo…
well if nothing else my dislike of the devs' decisions has encouraged me to compile all the extended universe/blatantly non-canon lore I've come up with and turn it into my own Thing, with bonus elements from other franchises I'm fed up with
in the immortal words of renown philosopher adam savage: I reject your reality and substitute my own