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mary adam answered

Because what the person is saying isn't interesting?  It is rude in polite conversation,  but also human if you see something that captures you're interest which isn't going to last. I think it depends on how well you know the person,  if they are a friend and you say look and point it out but … Read more

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mary adam thanked Danae Hitch's answer

Not sure how old your granddaughter is, but you might give this a try. Put a couple of chairs outside near the door; if you have a table out there, put a treat out - lemonade and a couple of cookies.

Before you go outside, sit the granddaughter down. Take her hand - look into her … Read more

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mary adam thanked Danae Hitch's answer

Dear Anonymous, the way to learn more about something is to ACTUALLY GO AND TALK TO THEM. Quit texting. Find out something that you have in common and just start asking about that, or ask how he's doing, what kinds of things he likes to do in his spare time, what his favorite subject is, … Read more

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mary adam thanked Walt O'Reagun's answer

If that were true ... We would all speak the same language and have the same alphabet.  But the Cryllic alphabet looks nothing like the Latin alphabet ... And neither look anything like Arabic or Asian alphabets.


btw - The Pope just said that "intelligent design" and "creationism" are fallacies.

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mary adam voted up Walt O'Reagun's answer

If that were true ... We would all speak the same language and have the same alphabet.  But the Cryllic alphabet looks nothing like the Latin alphabet ... And neither look anything like Arabic or Asian alphabets.


btw - The Pope just said that "intelligent design" and "creationism" are fallacies.

mary adam
mary adam commented on Walt O'Reagun's answer
Our mind is an intelligent designers mind. Our DNA is a code. We are programmed to calculate, and measure all things from an intelligent mind. Even with chaos theory. Science says the world only exists when we observe it. The Double Slit experiment. When a person observes then it acts as a particle, unobserved it … Read more
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mary adam commented on Walt O'Reagun's answer
Actually changing language is a good way to protect ones own community, same as spies use code. We did once have a common language. I'm not interested in the Pope. The Pope is head of the Catholic Church ie universal he'll say whatever he can in order to have supreme papacy over all Christian Churches … Read more