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🤨

Letting it go 🥰
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Well, at least he remembered there WAS a passage somewhere in that fence 😊

Sign of dementia 🤦‍♂️
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How are they not afraid of the chemical fumes coming their way? 🤔

Massive fire breaks out in the largest car graveyard in Muscat, Oman 😭
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Beautiful 🥰

Letting it go 🥰
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Well well, how stupid is that?

Casually stealing from the neighbours
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Not just one. Many idiots.

Trying to do some exhibition 🥴
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Back then it wasn't that odd thing to see. Today it would cause a revolution in the plane.

She booked her own spot
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Silly creatures.

Best friends 😍
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Yes, very bad acting.

Take off your short 🤣
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I still don't understand what is the point of these Baby showers in the first place, and why do they involve explosions.

1 Dead After Gender Reveal Explosion At Michigan Baby Shower
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This would be definitely worth a trip.

Pompeii's museum comes back to life to display amazing finds
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I could watch this whole day.

Large tractor with mower attachments cuts tall grass
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That's an average Costco/Lidl c0.00000001 canned fish 🤢

Feed the fish raised in ponds
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Looks like typical Indian traffic.

Ignoring the lanes 😡🤬😭
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Oh, white as a color and Token as a name. That explains a bit.

I found something interesting
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I think this other guy is in a worse shape 😃

Man accidentally threw away $127 million in bitcoin and officials won’t allow a search

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This man owns $321M in bitcoin — but he can't access it because he lost his password
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Well, this guy has much more to say about crypto.

Thomas has done more than almost anyone to popularize the cryptocurrency and blockchain space producing educational materials that introduced millions to the technology. He was an early contributor to Bitcoin and created a widespread set of open-source libraries called BitcoinJS. Since 2012, he has been leading technology development efforts at Ripple, a company building a global financial transaction network using blockchain technology.

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This man owns $321M in bitcoin — but he can't access it because he lost his password
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This looks like a typical Balkans architecture.

As long as there is a balcony 😂
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What is exactly a white Token?

I found something interesting
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Well, he did not like this prank.

Pranks are not good sometimes it leads to an accident 😭😭😭
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Legendary performance.

Chris Rock -- Bullet control
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Well, this guy has some talent for gravity management 😊

He got the power 💪💪💪
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Thomas Becket, a London merchant’s son, was a complex person – in his youth he was a normal ebullient young man, stormy and proud, selfish and arrogant, vain, and anxious to please, but in later life, became one of the most pious and devout Archbishops of the 12th century.

Fiestday: December 29

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Saint Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury. Martyred on this day in 1170 in his own Cathedral
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No no, that's an ancient 'heresy' and it was a big deal back then at the early centuries of Christianity (before Christianity got divided and when all were still united). The whole conflict in interpretation was about the Arians claiming that Jesus is subordinate to God the Father, not equal to Him. Which means, Jesus was born at one point, did not exist before that. Catholicism and later Christianity overcame this interpretation by saying that Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit are equal and eternal and all three are one God (the Holy Trinity).

Arianism is a word derived from the name of the guy who first defined this teaching all the way back in 3rd/4th century. His name was Arius.

Arianism, Then and Now
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Many Christmas carols make mention of the three kings, who follow a star and come to pay homage to the baby Jesus in Bethlehem.

In the Bible, they are not called kings, and their number is not specified—instead they are “wise men from the East.” At many courts in the east, including ancient Babylon and Persia, learned astrologers often served as priestly advisers, practiced in the art of magic.

In the centuries since, the three magi have been interpreted as kings.

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Who were the three kings in Christmas story?
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Juan de Yepes y Álvarez was born in Spain and entered the Carmelite Order as a young man.

After a meeting with St. Teresa of Avila, he joined her attempts at reforming the order and pledged himself to a more stringently monastic and studious life than Carmelites then practiced.

Arrested, imprisoned, and tortured for his beliefs by his fellow monks, John underwent a spiritual awakening while captive that led to an outpouring of mystical poetry and writing, later collected in volumes such as Ascent of Mount Carmel, Dark Night of the Soul, and A Spiritual Canticle of the Soul and the Bridegroom of Christ.

He was canonized a saint in 1726.

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Saint John of the Cross
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