Slipped once but baby I’m back

2021.12.06 23:39 Royal-Bowler4805 Slipped once but baby I’m back

Yeah ended up flying to my buddies new house. Met his new baby, met his wife, it was an amazing time. And my brother wanted to go out with me like old times and we did it. What a trip. But back to 100% sobriety.
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2021.12.06 23:39 sowtime444 Things Seth has said about vaccines

(Seth is an energy gestalt personality channeled by Jane Roberts from 1963 until Jane's death in 1984. There are over 30 "Seth books" in print around the world in multiple languages.)

"Your medical technology may help you “conquer” one disease after another — some in fact caused by that same technology — and you will feel very efficient as you do heart transplants, as you fight one virus after another. But all of this will do nothing except to allow people to die, perhaps, of other diseases still “unconquered.” People will die when they are ready to, following inner dictates and dynamics. A person ready to die will, despite any medication. (Emphatically:) A person who wants to live will seize upon the tiniest hope, and respond. The dynamics of health have nothing to do with inoculations. They reside in the consciousness of each being. In your terms they are regulated by emotions, desires, and thoughts. A true doctor cannot be scientifically objective. He cannot divorce himself from the reality of his patient. Instead, usually, the doctor’s words and very methods literally separate the patient from himself or herself. The malady is seen almost as a thing apart from the patient’s person — but thrust upon it — over which the patient has little control."
—Unknown Reality 1 Section 3: Session 703 June 12, 1974

"Your physicians can point to lives saved by sophisticated technology. You can point to diseases stamped out because of inoculations or other preventive measures, such as the intake of certain vitamins, or sanitary procedures. It seems the worst kind of idiocy to suggest that the individual has any kind of effective protection against illness or disease. (Long pause.) Almost anyone can name a family member or friend who died 30 or 40 years ago of a disease that is now completely conquered. It seems that such lives would have been saved with modern procedures. In your society a medical checkup is a must every so often."
—Unknown Reality 1 Section 3: Session 704 June 17, 1974

"When you consider epidemics to be the result of viruses, and emphasize their biological stances, then it seems that the solutions are very obvious: You learn the nature of each virus and develop an inoculation, giving [each member of] the populace a small dose of the disease so that a man’s own body will combat it, and he will become immune."
—Nature of Mass Events Chapter 1: Session 801, April 18, 1977

"In a way the body produces antibodies, and sets up natural immunization as a result of, say, inoculation. But the body’s chemistry is also confused, for it “knows” it is reacting to a disease that is not “a true disease,” but a biologically counterfeit intrusion."
—Nature of Mass Events Chapter 1: Session 801, April 18, 1977

"Now, no person becomes ill unless that illness serves a psychic or psychological reason, so many people escape such complications. In the meantime, however, scientists and medical men find more and more viruses against which the population “must” be inoculated. Each one is considered singly. There is a rush to develop a new inoculation against the newest virus. Much of this is on a predictive basis: The scientists “predict” how many people might be “attacked” by, say, a virus that has caused a given number of deaths. Then as a preventative measure the populace is invited to the new inoculation.

(Emphatically:) Many people who would not get the disease in any case are then religiously inoculated with it. The body is exerted to use its immune system to the utmost, and sometimes, according to the inoculation, overextended [under such] conditions. Those individuals who have psychologically decided upon death will die in any case, of that disease or another, or of the side effects of the inoculation."

—Nature of Mass Events Chapter 1: Session 801, April 18, 1977

"In your society scientific medical beliefs operate, and a kind of preventative medicine, mentioned earlier, in which procedures [of inoculation] are taken, bringing about in healthy individuals a minute disease condition that then gives immunity against a more massive visitation. In the case of any given disease this procedure might work quite well for those who believe in it. It is, however, the belief, and not the procedure, that works (louder)."
—Nature of Mass Events Chapter 1: Session 802, April 25, 1977

"I am trying to put this simply — but without some illnesses, the body could not endure. Give us a moment … First of all, the body must be in a state of constant change, making decisions far too fast for you to follow, adjusting hormonal levels, maintaining balances between all of its systems; not only in relationship to itself — the body — but to an environment that is also in constant change. At biological levels the body often produces its own “preventative medicine,” or “inoculations,” by seeking out, for example, new or foreign substances in its environment [that are] due to nature, science or technology; it assimilates such properties in small doses, coming down with an “illness” which, left alone, would soon vanish as the body utilized what it could [of it], or socialized “a seeming invader.”"
—Nature of Mass Events Chapter 1: Session 804, May 9, 1977

"The illnesses generally attributed to all different ages are involved. Those of the elderly, again, fit in with your social and cultural beliefs, the structure of your family life. Old animals have their own dignity, and so should old men and women. Senility is a mental and physical epidemic — a needless one. You “catch” it because when you are young you believe that old people cannot perform. There are no inoculations against beliefs, so when young people with such beliefs grow old they become “victims.”"
—Nature of Mass Events Chapter 1: Session 804, May 9, 1977

"The inoculations themselves do little good overall, and they can be potentially dangerous, particularly when they are given to prevent an epidemic which has not in fact occurred. They may have specific value, but overall they are detrimental, confusing bodily mechanisms and setting off other biological reactions that might not show up, say, for some time.5"
—Nature of Mass Events Chapter 2: Session 814, October 8, 1977

"A specific disease will of course have its effects on other portions of the body as well, [effects] which have not been studied, or even known. Such inoculations, therefore, cannot take that into consideration. There are also cases where alterations occur after inoculation, so that for a while people actually become carriers of diseases, and can infect others.

There are individuals who very rarely get ill whether or not they are inoculated, and who are not sensitive in the health area. I am not implying, therefore, that all people react negatively to inoculations. In the most basic of terms, however, inoculations do no good, either, though I am aware that medical history would seem to contradict me.

At certain times, and most particularly at the birth of medical science in modern times, the belief in inoculation, if not by the populace then by the doctors, did possess the great strength of new suggestion and hope — but I am afraid that scientific medicine has caused as many new diseases as it has cured. When it saves lives, it does so because of the intuitive healing understanding of the physician, or because the patient is so impressed by the great efforts taken in his behalf, and therefore is convinced secondhandedly of his own worth."

—Nature of Mass Events Chapter 2: Session 814, October 8, 1977

"I am not advising my readers to refuse to have their children vaccinated, since you now have to take vaccination into consideration because of the prominence of it in society. It is very possible, however, that science itself will in time discover the unfortunate side effects of many such procedures, and begin to reevaluate the entire subject."
—The Way Towards Health Chapter 6: April 27, 1984
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2021.12.06 23:39 HaileyLynn337 My mask matched the Christmas tree at the mall today lol🎅🎄

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2021.12.06 23:39 Puzzleheaded-Song760 just some scp-035 art

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2021.12.06 23:39 heroinefathor Cut

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2021.12.06 23:39 _jASSon_BOOBies_ Please!? 👅👅

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2021.12.06 23:39 oklahoma-JD How has the story depicted in the movie Joe Bell impacted LaGrande? What did they get right and wrong? Also,did anything change about how your community addresses bullying after this kid’s death?

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2021.12.06 23:39 CuteYouHaveAnXBox Survivor season 41 episode 1-3 won’t load past the CBS loading screen. Any ideas? US based user. Worst app ever?

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2021.12.06 23:39 MuffinMxn Can't find a battle in Battles 2.

I haven't been able to play for 5 days because everytime I go to search it just says "Unable to locate an opponent " !!! Please help!
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2021.12.06 23:39 UchihaJogeta First Attempts At Isshin

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2021.12.06 23:39 PopoFreeze Here are the stats for the Moe! Shinsengumi Spin-Off!

Chapter 1: 8 Tickets Checkpoint 1: 330 Jewels or 5000 niney
Chapter 2: 7 Tickets Checkpoint 2: 430 Jewels or 7000 niney
Chapter 3: 8 Tickets Checkpoint 3: 540 Jewels or 10500 niney
Checkpoint 4: 800 Jewels for either the Raid Ending or the Helping You Ending
Raid Ending: 3 Tickets Helping You Ending: 3 Tickets
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2021.12.06 23:39 ObnoxiousOldBastard QAnon Anonymous (waiiiiit for it!)

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2021.12.06 23:39 sumone_lol Help Installing

I'm on chromebook and I wanna get it on here even tho the performance sucks because I wanna afk and that kind of useless stuff. I'm using Multimc as my launcher because the normal launcher logs me out every time I leave and re-open it and Multimc works. I'm using the linux support because my chromebook allows it and the linux distro is Debian Buster to let you know. The downside to Multimc is you need to manually install the java version which before I had no problem doing. But after some time doing my monthly routine of removing and reinstalling linux to clear random files that accumulated, java won't work. I follow this same tutorial at which are
1) sudo cp /etc/apt/sources.list sources.list
2) sudo echo deb sid main | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list
3) sudo apt update
4) sudo apt install libcrypt1 -y && sudo apt install openjdk-16-jdk
Correct me if i'm wrong but I think it means get the packages from a website and install them. it gets stuck at the sudo apt install openjdk-16-jdk part which is the actual install java 16 part it just says unable to locate package. I recently updated my ChromeOS version to the new update so I thought that was the problem. So I reverted to the previous version which is 94.0.4606.124 and it still doesn't work. So that probably also wasn't the problem either. If anyone needs specs to diagnose the problem just ask. For the java or debian experts, please help me. hope at least someone finds this post and helps, it means a lot.
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2021.12.06 23:39 Impossible-Duty-6914 any tips?

me and this guy i’m dating just became exclusive last week. although i’m a little worried for the coming weeks and our relationship. unfortunately this holiday season, we’re going to be apart for 25 days. additionally, some days the time difference will be 12 hours. any tips on what to discuss on how to maintain a strong connection while being apart? any things i should clarify with him before going our separate ways (like confirming our mutual understanding of exclusive)? anything helps!
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2021.12.06 23:39 heyitsme_bob A True Menace

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2021.12.06 23:39 PriapismSD Following Dad at Cahuilla Creek

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2021.12.06 23:39 svanapps r/Bitcoin - Illiquid supply didn't budge from its uptrend. Complete opposite of May route. Most on-chain strength I've ever seen. And the 1-year chart looks bullish and healthy. 🗣HODL

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2021.12.06 23:39 Abigail_ha03 WELL

MAN HOW DO WE DO THIS, I've never used reddit before so ANYWAYS WELCOME ME
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2021.12.06 23:39 Elliemaeandskelly I wake up this way

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2021.12.06 23:39 WearyFinish5762 Alguém para fazer tributo na hora ?

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2021.12.06 23:39 Dezzybear1 Skybridge to nowhere

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2021.12.06 23:39 Hooyahhhh After the fall

Does anyone know what time we can start playing after the fall. It says if you pre order you can play 48 hours early.
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2021.12.06 23:39 Pnnsnndlltnn Sweatiest plot of any movie they’ve covered?

Main feed or patreon. Plot mechanics or central conceit I guess. This question was inspired by watching the first Santa Clause and just being amazed by the sweatiness of the premise. Are there any challengers?
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2021.12.06 23:39 Ar3YouTh3Gat3K33p3r Why did I choose this world?

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2021.12.06 23:39 x106_L I think this girl has been selfharming

This girl in my math class has been more quiet then usual, I always see her staring into thin air. I want to talk to her but I have social anxiety and it's hard for me to have conversations, but today I was paying close attention to her and I noticed people have been making fun of her and she's always fidgeting. When she grabbed her pencil I saw a LOT of scars on her wrist, I don't know if I'm seeing things or if she's selfharming. I noticed she never wants to take off her sweater and she always wears things with sleeves. I didn't point it out because I know that makes it worse but it could also be my imagination... Maybe it's marker? Maybe I'm going crazy (I only saw it for a few seconds, It could just be my brain). I don't know what to do. Can someone help me? ... Should I talk to her? Do I ignore it?
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