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(PT.1) Bien dicho, pequeña, pocos hombres amamos a nuestras madres y sabemos respetar a las mujeres, créeme cuando venimos aquí y vemos la m¡erd@ que algunos "hombres" publican, solo sentimos vergüenza y ganas de darles put@s0s.

Solo me gusta jugar con ellos, se como controlar sus mentes para mi diversion, los toco como mi violin y hago que parezca tan facil

Advice for the mom with a twerking 12 year old who talks to grown men?

I am assuming you are referring to a 12 year old female using an internet connection to talk to men?
1. Explain the dangers to your daughter and make sure she understands that some men are perverts who are only interested in sex.
2. Set the rules of internet activity and make certain that she understands the consequences for her behavior (no smartphone, no computer, etc)
3. DO NOT use the computer and internet as a babysitter!!
4. Get your daughter involved in activities so she does not sit in her bedroom all day talking to perverts.
5. Talk to your internet provider about methods and applications used to monitor your daughters online activity and set time limits where she can only connect when you are home say for 2 hours and then her internet connection is disabled.
6. Put her computer or smartphone in the kitchen or some place that is visible where you can look over her shoulder and monitor.
Our 15 year old daughter uses the internet to text girlfriends and draw art and upload to instagram. I have access to all of her applications including instagram.
MOST IMPORTANT: Keep your daughter involved in healthy activities and keep her away from peers who are self destructive, abused, drug addicts or sexually active. Remember you are what you eat and your behaviors are influenced (good or bad) by those people you associate with.
Our daughter is an honor roll student who is kept busy with:
- math lessons
- reading lessons with emphasis on comprehension
- private art lessons
- violin lessons
- piano lessons
- golf lessons and golf tournaments
- plays violin in youth symphony
- plays violin in church youth group with parents
- Plays golf with dad
- We bike ride together
- We take our daughter and her friends to movies, baseball games, museums.
My wife and I are active in our daughters life to the point where we meet with the vice principle to discuss and arrange her course curriculum each year. We interact with our daughter every day and we drive her to and from school. Because we love our daughter we refuse to allow the school, society, or her peers to manipulate and control her behavior and so we work with her to set realistic goals and objectives. In other words, we succeed or fail as a family and are not absentee parents.
Being a parent in today's corrupt society is probably the most difficult thing you will ever have to doin your entire life. There are so many distractions and evil people lurking and waiting to corrupt and destroy your children. And so you must be active, dedicated, vigilant and aware 24x7x365. For it takes a life time to train and prepare your children for success and only one minute for them to become a victim.
Yes being a parent is difficult and exhausting, but in the end, it will be well worth the effort. /Alex

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What do you do on sundays??

Mostly I am playing my guitar and singing at several church services in the area. One of the choirs my wife sings and my daughter plays violin. In our family, Sunday is a family day where we celebrate our God and lord Jesus Christ through prayer, music and fellowship, while giving thanks for our many blessings.

#PreguntaDeRelato ¿Es para ti el piano el instrumento más difícil de aprender a tocar?

AliML5425’s Profile PhotoAli ML
No. El violín es más difícil, por lo que tengo entendido. Y no voy a hablarvde esos órganos de las catedrales con cuatro teclados, veinte pedales, cien clavijas, doscientas válvulas, cincuenta tiradores y no sé cuántos resortes.

أترك أثر : صورة، حِكمة، آيه قرآنيه، أقتباس، جملة اعجبتك.

“There is nothing more to be said or to be done tonight, so hand me over my violin and let us try to forget for half an hour the miserable weather and the still more miserable ways of our fellowmen.”
Arthur Conan Doyle

Cómo era tu profesor de música en la escuela?

agustinaacarmona189’s Profile PhotoAgus Carmona
Buenas noches.
-Mis profesores de música de la primaria y secundaria no eran tan animados y hacían de la materia un poco pesada, aburrida, y hacía difícil la tarea de apreciarla como debería haber sido.
Afortunadamente, por Youtube conocí a profesores de guitarra y violín muy apasionados como lo fue también mi profesor de batería cuando asistía a sus clases.
Cómo era tu profesor de música en la escuela

I may send this out to everyone I follow but I genuinely want to catch up with everyone so: How have you been doing recently? Anything that's happened that you want to share? 😊

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
Things are going well in my family. My wife has recovered from a heart attack last August and she is slowly increasing her physical workouts and is able to swim 50 laps in the pool. Our daughter is completing her first year in high school with honors and is playing violin, piano, golf and working on various art projects.
So from a family perspective I am pleased; however, when I analyze our politics and the state of our foreign policy I am deeply disturbed. We continue to spend billions of dollars in foreign aide that we do not have. We allow millions of illegal aliens to enter our country from around the world without proper identification, background checks, health checks, etc. And America continues to instigate war and stick it's nose where it does not belong all in an attempt to control the world while enriching itself.
As a nation we are financially and morally bankrupt and currently have the most dysfunctional and corrupt leadership in the history of our country. We are seeing massive increases in energy and shortages in food to the point where babies are not being fed properly. So politically and morally, the United States, in my opinion, is in ruins.
Other than that, things are intolerable and the American people are in the process of rising up against our government and many evil and corrupt politicians will lose power in the November elections. Oh... and the Biden administration is planning to hand over our national sovereignty to the World Health Organization which is in violation of our constitution, but these criminals do not give a damn.

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I'm trying to see some subtle and major differences between different INTJs. Describe yourself like telling us about your hobbies, interests, talents, what your personality is like, etc.

I'm complex as hell. No one ever sees the full me because of that. My family sees one piece. People I work with see a totally different piece. People I like/friends see something else. And you people on Reddit see mostly a different piece from everyone else. When people from any of these four elements see me in one of the other elements, they get really confused. Some people think I'm intimidating as hell while other people think the idea that I'm intimidating is completely laughable. I'm old, but I look significantly younger than I am, i.e. at least a decade younger. So, I get a lot of amusement from people because of all of these things. I like dark blue and black and wear those colors almost all the time. I actually love sports, but I treat it like an academic subject. I'm into politics, psychology, reading, research, learning, social issues, pretty much all kinds of music (no "I have eclectic taste" followed by "I hate pop music," though, admittedly, I'm less familiar with modern music--but I just like anything that sounds good to me), old sitcoms. I like philosophical discussions. Great career, but always thinking about what the next step is and positioning for it. "Forever alone"--too weird and different to find someone who is compatible with me and actually wants me. Not "girly." Very calculating and always staying a step ahead of others. Usually have a plan B or a contingency plan. Very unemotional on the outside, more emotional and romantic on the inside. I'm on my early 20s. Very introverted. I find it hard to connect with people. I am picky with my relationships (platonic and romantic). Quite elitistic and arrogant. Loves fine art and the violin. Adores dogs. Pragmatic. Loves money money money! 🤑
I am kind of motivated but unmotivated most of the time. I am a highschool student and I used to go to a boarding school. It taught me a lot about people. And I dream of becoming an engineer and make stuff. I made friends when I used to attend the school, but only talk to one after leaving the school. And I don't really have a person to talk to a lot, but that dosent mean I am alone, have family and friends (2), but just lonely. Closest thing to a friend I have is a random french girl I found on omegle. I rarely talk, to a fistfull of people. I am just shy. Oh and the compliment I get the most by few people I talk to is "weird in an interesting way"
I am also interested in philosophy and psychology, especially applying it to my personal life or analysing the behaviour of others around me. I have grown more confident over time but I still feel very awkward or out of place. I am a very reserved person but I enjoy talking with my friends about meaningful topics. I usually mind my own business but I enjoy giving insightful advice to my friends because I know it will be useful for them. I have two cats. I like iced coffee. I am a good leader.

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How are you spending today?

As traditional for many years, my uncle and cousins came by and we had a lovely Iftar, that's the good part of today. The not so good part is that I had to get up early at 9 am cause we had 5 succesive online lectures :(.. I didn't practice violin like I wanted, I couldn't share much time with my cousins cause I was very sleepy and I ended up falling asleep for 3 hours, i just woke up :(

Какую музыку слушаешь?

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1) Hand Clap - Fitz and the Tantrums
2) Check it out - Oh The Larceny
3) Bullet to the brain - Lost Haven
4) Bugatti - Ace Hood, Future, Rick Ross
5) Tokyo Drift - KVSH
6) Unchained - Blasterjaxx, Kevu
7) Six Shooter - Coyote Johning
8) Numb - Prefekt, Johnning
9) Im Guten Im Bosen - Eisbrecher
10) 300 Violin Orchestra - Jorge Quintero
Для меня это 5 разных типажей музыки (по 2 из каждого) какая-то для тренировок, какая-то для танцев/для движа), какая-то для поднятия боевого духа и какая-то фоновая...

Спасибо за огни. У меня лимит сейчас на них. Не могу ставить взаимно пока

It's all good & understood . . . . !
We can't let the pigs even THINK they win !
And your always welcome . . .
So , specially for you ;
Once upon a time , before 'great' britton had invented the national health service . . . .
There was a crazy old doctor who used to drunkenly drive (or was it cycle? ~ yes , i think it was bicycle , around the remotest Scottish Highlands , & to the WEST . . . .
He cared for his patients for free ~ they just had to pour him a large dram of whisky . .. . . "I hope you have not paid excise to the english pigs for this whisky ?" he would enquire . . .
"naw , it's from my very own still , up yonder hill, where the english pig is to lazy to climb . . .!" , his patient would assure .
After treatment was administered, he'd pour another dram , then get out his fiddle (violin) and play them this jig:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8-5B61B_esigotamatch’s Video 169783267450 Z8-5B61B_esigotamatch’s Video 169783267450 Z8-5B61B_es

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How many years have you been playing the violin? Do you perform music professionally?

alexandermonroe397579’s Profile PhotoAlexander Monroe
If I say it only takes 6 months to learn and play on the violin, will you believe me?
It is said that the violin is the hardest instrument to learn, and you should learn it when you are still a kid. I disagree. I started the violin since I was 22 and it only took me 6 months to be able to play. And I know nothing about music before! Sure, I wouldn’t be able to play as nice as a professional, or as those who have learned the violin for a long time. But still, I can play my favorite songs.
Based on my experience, if you know nothing about music or haven’t played any instruments before, below is what you can achieve after 6 months .
Know how to read music notes and play simple modern songs accordingly. You can play “All I have to do is dream”, “Twinkle, twinkle little star”, “Happy birthday”, and any other songs that you have the music sheet. Depends on your skills, pick the music sheet at your level. You won’t be able to play classical music at this point.
You can play the note nice and clear, but you won’t be able to apply many techniques (as you haven’t learned that many techniques!). Hence, the sound you create might not convey much emotion. But don’t worry! A little bit more time and you’ll be able to play like those violinists you have listened to you Youtube.
What do you need to be able to play after 6 months ?
2 hours per day. Consistently. If you’re busy on certain days, you can make up for it the next day. And Sunday? You can rest! :) A decent violin. Many people started playing the violin, thinking that they should buy a cheap violin, in case they… quit! There is nothing wrong with that. But I think if you started something, and thinking there is a possibility that you might quit it, it will be easier for you to be slacking off. There isn’t enough determination. Not mention the mindset, buying a cheap violin has its other negative sides. The sound from a cheap violin isn’t that nice and accurate.

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Usa las palabras Avería, Empujón, Falda, Tropezar, y Violín en un texto

UriarteDaniel’s Profile PhotoDUP
- Mierda - Gritó Antonio desesperado en cuanto vio la pantalla de su móvil
Eran las 8 de la mañana y llegaba tarde a clase. Salió a toda prisa de su casa preguntándose porqué no había sonado el despertador. "Si siempre lo pongo" se dijo mientras se introducía en la boca de metro más cercana.
Seguía corriendo, sin parar a recuperar el aliento. Bajaba las escaleras de dos en dos. Se TROPEZÓ en el último escalón. Y, a pesar de todos los esfuerzos, el tren se había ido delante de sus narices. Debía esperar al siguiente. 5 minutos después
El tren siguiente estaba completo, pero no le quedaba otra. Se hizo paso a base de EMPUJONES. Al fin podía relajarse.
El convoy había pasado 5 estaciones, cuando desde la megafonía informaban que debían hacer una parada forzosa por AVERÍA
- ¿Qué? - Se lamentaba el pobre Antonio que creía que no le podían pasar más cosas.
Pero sí le podían pasar más cosas. La estación en la que todos los pasajeros tuvieron que bajarse no tenía trasbordo con otras líneas. Él lo sabía, pero no se percató de ello hasta que vio el mapa.
- No me fastidies - Dijo.
Y salió corriendo esquivando a los demás pasajeros.
En uno de sus adelantamientos estuvo a punto de tirar a un chico que pedía dinero mientras deleitaba con su maestría con el VIOLÍN. El violinista se lo recriminó. Antonio le pidió perdón, pero siguió corriendo. No había tiempo que perder.
Llegó a la parada de la línea 33 de autobús. Estaba casi sin aliento. No recordaba haber corrido tanto en su vida. Al menos la línea 33 le dejaba a 300 metros de su colegio... Si nada se torcía. Se pudo sentar a lado de una señora que lucía una FALDA colorida llena de motivos florales.
Se bajó en su parada. Aún le quedaban 300 metros para llegar. Estaba cansado, pero los hizo en pocos segundos, pero a pesar de todo, llegó una hora tarde. Cuando cruzó la valla que delimitaba el recinto se relajó al fin. Dejó de correr.
Subió las escaleras más tranquilidad. Abrió la puerta... pero esta estaba cerrada. Hizo otro intento, pero nada. La puerta seguía sin abrirse.
- No puede ser - Se dijo Antonio, mientras golpeaba la puerta con desesperación.
Unos chavales jugaban al fútbol en el campo que el recinto tenía, junto a una chancha de baloncesto y a una pista de tenis. Antonio se dirigió a ellos. Reconocía a uno, Luis, que estudiaba lo mismo que él, pero en otra clase. En otro grupo
- ¿Por qué está cerrado? - Preguntó Antonio más tranquilo
- Ay, Antonio - Dijo Luis negando con la cabeza - Hoy es sábado.

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What does music mean to you?

I love music! So much so that I went to college to learn to direct music videos (even though I did well in my media classes, I eventually changed my course of study). I mostly listen to hip hop and rock. People often say smell is the sense greatest linked to memory but for me it's definitely sound and music. When I hear an older song it definitely brings me back to when I first heard it and where I was in that point in life. It often reminds me of who I was dating then and how much easier life was before growing up. Back in the Napster days, I took pride in finding new artists before anyone else. I was really into the southern hip hop (Huston, New Orleans, Atlanta, Memphis) scene around the beginning of the 00's. I once had a girl ask me how I always seemed to find the good artists no one had heard of yet, and I told her, "I usually would find a song or artist that I liked and would search out their music and that if they had and features or guest artists on their songs I would then search out that artist and their library". Not every artist is a winner. Plenty of them can have a good song or two but an overall subpar catalogue but the search was most the fun. Music is the reason I get up in the morning. I play the violin, am learning the ukulele, and sing. Sing all the time, even making random funny songs from well known tunes like Weird Al. I am happiest when I am making music.
Music is my connection to the world, I am a socially anxious person so I stay home all day, and I listen to music to get my emotions out, and if I'm listening to music in certain situations, I'll remember what happened better. I use music to connect my thoughts to other people and cope with the ever changing world around me. Music is literally all my life.
Music is going to be a bit different for everyone. It’s important to explore music and engage yourself in the medium. Music is the easiest way to connect with people and the more you know about music and the more you enjoy it the more you will be able to interact and know people on a deeper level.
For me it helps my focus, in a white noise kinda way. But as for an emotional type of meaning not much. I've always been awful at understanding what singers say in songs, so I mainly listen to the actual instruments.
Music is one of the few things keeping me alive. Music isn't always self expression but it can also be the strongest form of it. Some songs have someone's soul put into it, and others you pour your emotions in while listening. But you can't convince me that every song reflects a person's sense of self.
If feelings are like visitors, they come and go, then music is like a large train. Inside it, are many little passengers, popping their heads through the windows and waving as they pass through the jungle of your mind. In front is the locomotive, the drummer, fatherly weaving the magic into your soul with passionately brute gasps of determined love. Inside the train, the people breathe their instruments.

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001. Kaonashi – Daria Zawariołow
002. Za krótki sen – Daria Zawariołow, Dawid Podsiadło
003.Prisoner – Miley Cyrus, Dua Lipa
004. The violin song – Monoir, Osaka, Brianna
005. Шум – Go_A
006. Dumka na dwa serca – Edyta Górniak, Mieczysław Szcześniak
007. Шукала – Iva Sativa
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أريد ذلك الإقتباس الذي قرأته مرتين ثم خبّأته في هاتفك !

deto16’s Profile PhotoAhmed Fadel
Love is like a roller coaster, when it’s good you don’t want to get off, and when it isn’t, you can’t wait to throw up,love is like violin. The music may stop now and then , but the strings remain forever….

Yes, I love listening and going to orchestras and symphonies. I haven’t been for a long time sadly. The last time I wanted to go, the event got cancelled due to covid. The violin is such a beautiful instrument which a wide range of sound! I think it’s very lovely that your daughter plays the violin😊

LunarHuntress’s Profile PhotoYentl
Dear Yentl,
This Covid pandemic has destroyed many lives, ruined economies and inflicted great damage upon the worlds population. I believe that there is a powerful movement developing throughout the world where millions of people are becoming outspoken about the need to end the lock downs and return to normal with a 100% restoration of our personal liberty. The truth is that humankind cannot continue to live in isolation where every aspect of their lives have been manipulated, controlled and effectively crushed.
I fervently believe that people are finally admitting that there is no cure for Covid and that humanity will need to accept the Covid virus and it's variants, as we accept the flu and common cold. At this point, it is fear of death and the unknown that is causing humanities paralysis, panic, psychosis and other irrational behaviors. Once we can control our fear, only then will we be able to put this pandemic into proper perspective and return to a normal existence. In the end, we have no other choice but to live our life, control our fear and move forward.

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That’s cool! And no, I don’t. I have a violin, but it’s hard to learn and I don’t have the money to take lessons

LunarHuntress’s Profile PhotoYentl
Yentl, that is great that you have a violin. Perhaps one day in the future when you are able to afford it, you can take violin lessons and eventually perform in a local symphony. My daughter takes violin lessons and is also playing violin in our church and in the local youth symphony. I love the sound of symphony with viola's, violins, cello's and double basses. What a magnificent sound! Yentl, do you enjoy attending symphonic concerts or listening to classical music? Such a beautiful sound. The other aspect of violin music that is great fun are playing duets i.e. two violins or one violin and viola or piano and violin or even guitar and violin. Good times. ❤️

سمعني مزيكتك يمكن نبقي صحاب⁦❤️⁩

Beethoven - symphony no. 9 in r minor ii
Beethoven - symphony no 5 in c minor op 67 iv allegro
Tchaikovsky - Sleeping Beauty
Mozart - Bassoon Concerto in B Flat Major, K.191 3.Rondo. Tempo di menuetto
K. 626 Mozart Requiem in D minor, Lacrimosa dies illa
Csárdás - Vittorio Monti (Violin & Piano)
Vivaldi - Four Seasons
اتكيف ي برو🌚

when’s the last time you did something new?

Several weeks ago I had to change the strings on my daughters violin. That was the first time I had ever changed violin strings.
I have played guitar since I was 10 years old and bass guitar since about age 16. And now I am in my 60's and wanted to learn a new instrument, so I purchased a used Fender banjo that needs some work. I am planning to replace the tuning keys and then start practicing banjo each night before bed.
Why banjo?
(1) Dexterity - because it is a stringed instrument and I prefer playing instruments that have strings that I can control with my fingers.
(2) Unique sound - the banjo has a unique and very distinctive sound. In fact, if you have a band with say a 4 piece rhythm section (guitar, bass, piano, drums) and you want to completely change the sound of the band, just add a banjo and you now have a band that sounds completely different. I guess that is what intrigued me about playing banjo, plus the dexterity required to fingerpick at lightening speed.
(3) Memory - as you age the first thing you notice, besides joint and back pain, is loss of short term memory. I figure that learning another instrument might help improve my memory.
(4) Fun - because playing music is fun no matter what instrument you play and having fun is, in my opinion, the key to enjoying a happy and healthy life.

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Why are people paranoid about Covid?

"Covid Paranoia" by Alex
The people whom I know who are paranoid get all of their "news" from cable television. I cancelled my cable subscription in 2018 and now get my news online from sources that I believe to be trustworthy and reliable. Also, everyone in my family has already had Covid and we are alive and healthy. We live in Florida where there are no Covid mandates or lockdowns, and residents are free to walk around where they please without showing proof of vaccinations.
Our children have been attending school since August 2021 and our students are thriving and are happy to be back in school where they can learn, play sports and socialize with their friends and prepare for their future. The Youth Symphony started rehearsing in August 2021 and golf tournaments are alive and well, so our 15 year old daughter is allowed the freedom to play golf and to play violin in the youth symphony as well as to perform with the symphony whenever they perform in public.
I understand that many blue states are still locked down and citizens who are not vaccinated are being discriminated against and are being fired from their jobs and shunned by their neighbors, family and friends. In Florida, we do not behave like this, and we treat our family, friends and neighbors with respect and dignity. One day, in the not too distant future, our children will look back at 2020 - 2022 and will understand that the treatment of the unvaccinated was cruel and unusual punishment that was in fact, inhumane.

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why do women always place nice, respectful men in the friendzone?

Nice, respectful men!
Do you feel victimised? Have you been kind and charming for weeks on end, with no sign of a bl-wjob? Has your pleasantness been taken advantage of by a misleading succubus?
You could be entitled to compensation!
To claim your free box of kleenex and tiny violin, dial 100-800-ihaveamicropenis!

انا بحب ال violin جدا ، وانتي حمستيني ان اشتري واحدة وانا مبعرفش اعزف

SamehSran’s Profile PhotoSameh sarhan
أقل حاجه سنتين عشان تتعلم صح و عاوزه منك وقت و صبر و انصحك بلاش احسن شوف اله تانيه اتعلم بيانو أو جيتار اسهل 🤷🖤

Greatest strength is not responding to those who consistently will to provoke you to bad things

Have you heard the expression: "birds of a feather flock together?"
Here are several examples to consider:
- Alcoholics hang out with alcoholics
- Drug addicts befriend other drug addicts
- Criminals enjoy each others company
- Marxists work together to advance their Marxist ideology
- Athletes associate with other athletes
- Teachers hang with other teachers
- Musicians play and work with other musicians
What's the point?
Humans pursue their own self-interests, and as a result tend to gather with and associate with other people with similar interests which might be positive or negative depending upon their goals and whether or not they intentionally hurt and destroy other people in the process of attaining their goals.
This is why it is imperative that people learn how to establish effective personal boundaries. For example, if I want to become a professional golfer, I cannot also hang out with drug addicts and alcoholics. To do so would result in me becoming a substance abuser which would ruin my ability to play golf and destroy my dream of becoming a professional golfer. And this reasoning applies to every goal and objective that you are attempting to achieve.
Young people are particularly vulnerable to "peer pressure" which is why my wife and I monitor our daughters activities, her friendships, her online activity and we keep her busy with art lessons, golf lessons, music lessons and performing in golf tournaments and playing violin with the youth symphony and in recitals.
1. Personal Boundaries - Learn to establish personal boundaries to minimize the negative people and self destructive behaviors
2. Hobbies - become passionate about your hobbies and put forth your best effort into mastering those physical and mental skills required to become proficient.
3. Demand excellence from yourself and from those whom you consider to be your friends.
4. Do not associate with criminals and other people who seek to destroy rather than build or who hate rather than love or act cruelly instead of with kindness.
Remember, it is your life and you get to control who is allowed to become part of your life. Choose well!

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Greatest strength is not responding to those who consistently will to provoke

Happy belated thanksgiving!🥳 What are you most grateful for?

Hello Shaireen.
I am grateful for my existence.
I am grateful for my family and my friends.
I am also grateful for our good health and our good fortune.
Mostly, I am grateful that God blessed us with Faith, our adopted daughter. Faith is our pride and joy and our greatest blessing. She is the reason that I wake up each day with a renewed sense of purpose.
To anyone who is reading this post and wants to have children, please consider adoption. There are literally millions of children who need help and could benefit from stable and loving home. When we first adopted Faith, I made a promise to all those involved i.e. foster parents, social worker, lawyer, doctor and to my God, that I would care for Faith, protect her and provide her with an excellent education, including college and private lessons in art, violin/piano, karate and golf. In fact, by age 12 Faith had already earned her black belt in karate and now at age 15, Faith is an honor roll student who is playing violin in the local youth symphony.
As you can see, not only is Faith benefitting from her environment, but my wife and I have never been more happy together. Trust me when I tell you that there is no greater joy than than the joy felt when helping another human who is in need of unconditional love. And that is my greatest blessing and it is also what I am most grateful for.
Dear Shaireen,
What blessings are you grateful for?

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Hey 🙄 Hast du Lieblingslieder, die du schon jahrelang hörst?

MomoHendrix’s Profile PhotoMomo (тeслийн)
Alte Lieder?
Also ich zähle jetzt nur was echt älter is und auch noch oft gehört wird ich aktuell was ich höre:
KDrew - Circles aus 2012
https://youtu.be/txz5v52YN5wcb99atilla’s Video 168997481745 txz5v52YN5wcb99atilla’s Video 168997481745 txz5v52YN5w
The xx - Crystalised 12 Jahre alt
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Crystallize - Lindsey Stirling (Dubstep Violin Original Song) 2012
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G-Eazy - Been On (Official Music Video) 2013
https://youtu.be/oQa8Rv-Vq-Ycb99atilla’s Video 168997481745 oQa8Rv-Vq-Ycb99atilla’s Video 168997481745 oQa8Rv-Vq-Y
Skillet Comatose 2014
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Fall Out Boy - The Phoenix 2015
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Numb - Ihr wisst alle von wem <3
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Evanescence - Bring me to life
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Deutsch Rap wie wär´s mit Fard Kalt wie Schnee
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Ich schwöre das ganze Ego Album und Bellum et pax hab ich so verschlungen.
Ich schwöre dieses Lied kenne ich in und auswendig. Hat mich früher auch voll viel fühlen lassen, der Song von Fard damals.
Schau dich ruhig um ich hab in meiner aktuellen Playlist nach älteren Songs gesucht die man noch hört. Vielleicht kennst du ja was davon ^^.

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~ "Nandroid solo es la combinación de palabras de:
Nana y Androide.
Es decir, un androide son robots pero que buscan semejarsee a las personas ¡como yo! Pero también, ¡Soy Nana! Fui programada y enseñada para cuidar y criar niños. " ~
dio una linda risa ante su invitada mientras juntaba con esmero sus manos y rebosando una linda sonrisa mientras ambas caminaban hacia los interiores de la residencia donde la enorme construcción abrían sus enormes puertas se caoba y se podía escuchar un hermoso violín tocar, la androide se detuvo a que la rubia pasara mientras ella cerraba la puerta con delicadeza dejando que la joven pasara y se sintiera cómoda. Era una casa muy grande y muy limpia como para que hasta los ventanales tuvieran enormes cortinas de terciopelo, la joven, se acercó al fonografo que reproducía esa hermosa melodía para disminuir el volumen y escuchar a la Rubia, tenía hambre y parecía perdida aunque no lo admitía pero no parecía con malas intenciones, así que la joven procedió sólo a comentar y preguntar con precaución:
~ "¿Le gustaría comer algo? ¡excelente! Oh, espere... ¿No es intolerante o alérgica? Hoy iba a preparar una crema de Almeja con un delicioso platillo de Carpaccio de Salmón y un tiramisu de frutos rojos acompañados de un poco de chocolate hervido. Es bueno tener Vitamina B12, Hierro y Potasio en este día de fortificar tus huesos y energía, además de un delicioso postre ¿Que gustaría tomar señorita?" —
Ella en verdad cumplía en ser demasiado informativa y amable con aquella joven, cuidando hasta su alimentación. Tanto así, que la joven sólo se retiro un momento dejando que Saber se sentará en el sillón de reuniones donde la joven admiraba una enorme sala para apreciar los alrededores con chimenea, música y con una linda vista a las afueras del jardín frontal de la casa. La androide dejaría el carrito de bebidas en su derecha de la rubia, colocando también su vaso de agua con chia y limón y hielos para estar fresca:

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if your daughter were in a situation don't know what to pursue in future.. what's your advice on her?

Great question.
I would ask her to close her eyes and imagine what she would like to do as a career. I would also remind her that choosing a career is a difficult task because if done properly, it involves perseverance, passion and creativity and talent.
As a parent, I have provided my daughter with many opportunities and experiences such as: (1) earning her black belt in karate, studying piano, violin, golf and art, so that she would develop sufficient skill in these areas to help her decide what her passion is. All parents can really do is provide the education and learning experiences so their child can make well informed decisions.

it's children's day where I live! do you celebrate children's day in any way? when was the last time you cherished/uplifted a child (or group of children) who meant a lot to you? 🗓💝🖍🎉

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Great question and might I add, an important one too!
I have three children ages (42, 37 and 14). Two are now adults and we take vacations together, play golf and music together, etc. My 14 year old daughter lives with me and I spend most of my free time guiding her, teaching her and recreating with her. We play golf each week and we also play violin and guitar together several times each week and I answer all questions related to school, homework, religion, society and life in general.
We are working on a book of poetry and Faith is creating most of the illustrations for it. Faith and her mother are also creating an online store where Faith will sell her Artwork. We are involved in every aspect of Faith's life and it is our hope and prayer that as an adult, she will be successful, independent and able to make informed decisions.
For me, children represent our future. The collective future of humanity is dependent upon children and it is incumbent upon ALL adults to care for our children and to acknowledge and celebrate that every child is a blessing from God.

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What is the difference between a violin and a cello?

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A cello basically a much bigger violin that has to be standing upright to be played. A violin is held between the chin and shoulder.
Because of a cello being longer, it creates more lower and deeper sounds than a violin.
The last difference between a cello and a violin is that the bow of a cello is shorter than the bow of a violin ☺️
What is the difference between a violin and a cello

Alguna vez te denunciaron?

Aca en ask si, una sola vez, entre a mi cuenta y me salto algo asi como que me tenian en la mira por ser denunciado o una ganzada asi, me jodio un poco porque no habia hecho nada malo pero algun gil de cuarta que me tenia bronca le pinto hacerlo o vaya a saber uno porque.
Y bueno recien el año pasado me habia enterado que un salame que me bolaceaba en la escuela publico en facebook, por el 2014, que habia que denunciar una cuenta de un presunto violin o algo asi y en la publicacion habia un link de la supuesta cuenta, cuando entre al link resulta que era mi perfil, jamas la habia visto y haberme enterado de grande y mucho tiempo despues me dio mucha bronca la verdad.
Solo esos dos sucesos, despues nada que yo recuerde

What's one thing you deeply regret?

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Not moving out from a toxic af household sooner! At 28 I finally moved out, I had my uncle, who feels like a fucking God send, that opened his doors to me and took me in. I cried ugly tears like a mofo when I was driving away from the place I called home for 28 yrs. But I have to tell you! Waking up in the morning to peace and quiet and someone cooking breakfast with ZERO complaints, well fuck man, I honestly should've left sooner! So many things, probably not trying as hard in school. I know I'm above average intelligence wise even more so than the honour kid's in my highschool. I just never had the drive to do good in school.
I stopped playing the violin. I used to play when I was 6, and I stopped classes when I was 8, then I didn't play again until I was 11/12 because I didn't have a violin. The worst feeling was feeling the violin in my arms and my neck and touching the bow to the strings but not remembering anything that I had learned, not even remembering how to read music. After that I lost motivation to play, and my strings broke, so like an idiot I threw out the violin.
Not meeting up with a couple of past mentors before they died. One was a coach and the other was a professor.
Not calling an ambulance and letting him convince me he was okay.

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Mention your favourite things to do.

Writing. Studying sciences. Playing Violin. Singing. Eating spicy chicken wings. Going for long walks. Talking. MUN'ing my way through life. Reading law related stuff. Lighting scented candles in winter. Practicing my speech after I win the Nobel. Working out. Reading. Buying perfumes. Giving pep talks.

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