Does this equate to an "imbalance".i am top of heap in impartial observation.
Whereas I am fortunate I have both, reason and emotion.
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Barbarian Horde, you come:barbarianhorde wrote: ↑Sun Aug 25, 2019 1:48 pm Hello I come here from Ilovephilosophy where Ive been a regular poster for ten years (with some hiatuses) and recently I read a person write about this forum, how there are equally many lurkers, and I like lurkers (means thinkers) so now Im here. Hello!
That would be the former oh my most gallant host and thank you for bringing gladness to my heart and tears to my eyes.-1- wrote: ↑Mon Aug 26, 2019 9:58 amBarbarian Horde, you come:barbarianhorde wrote: ↑Sun Aug 25, 2019 1:48 pm Hello I come here from Ilovephilosophy where Ive been a regular poster for ten years (with some hiatuses) and recently I read a person write about this forum, how there are equally many lurkers, and I like lurkers (means thinkers) so now Im here. Hello!
Right from the land of the ice and snow, with the midnight sun where the hot springs flow?
Or from the desert sun where the dry skin perches, the land of the plent of the softest wenches?
Sixth is too early.-1- wrote: ↑Mon Aug 26, 2019 11:41 am I read only one fictionalized historical book about the Vikings, but it had it all. Sixth or eighth? century Vikings, roaming the seas around Europe. Written by Bengttson, (I think), the title: Red Orm (Röde Orm). I read it in Hungarian translation. A wonderful book, comparable only to the "Northwest Passage" by Kenneth Roberts (or Rogers). Both in the same genre, equally exciting, total immersion, full-experience books. The latter, in the colonial days of America, the English fighting the French and the Injuns. A must-read, both books, for older adolescent boys. Just enough testing of the characters for their stamina, strength and resistance, and just enough gore, in both books, to excite but not scare an older child or younger adult.