I was angry with my friend; I told my wrath, my wrath did end. I was angry with my foe: I told it not, my wrath did grow.
And I waterd it in fears, Night & morning with my tears: And I sunned it with smiles, And with soft deceitful wiles.
And it grew both day and night. Till it bore an apple bright. And my foe beheld it shine, And he knew that it was mine.
And into my garden stole, When the night had veild the pole; In the morning glad I see; My foe outstretched beneath the tree.
“A Poison Tree” is a poem written by William Blake, published in 1794 as part of his Songs of Experience collection. It describes the narrator’s repressed feelings of anger towards an individual, emotions which eventually lead to murder. The poem explores themes of indignation, revenge, and more generally the fallen state of mankind.
Poem The poem relies on a trochaic beat. It consists of four stanzas and begins with an emphasis on the first person. The first person perspective changes with the use of the word “And” after the first stanza, while the emphasis on “I” is replaced
The original draft has a line drawn beneath the first stanza, which could denote that Blake originally intended the poem as concluding at the 4th line. There are also many differences between the manuscript and published versions of the poem, with the original line 3 and 4 reading “At a Friends Errors Anger Shew / Mirth at the Errors of a Foe.”
Istilah “meme” pertama kali dicetuskan oleh Richard Dawkins pada tahun 1976. Awalnya, meme mengacu pada unit transimisi budaya yang berhubungan dengan imitasi. Seiring berjalannya waktu, para pengguna internet menganggap istilah ini mengacu pada kombinasi kata-kata dan gambar yang dibuat untuk membuat lelucon lucu atau biasanya untuk mengkritik fenomena sosial terkini.
Hampir 40 tahun sejak dicetuskan, istilah meme telah menjadi sebuah budaya dalam internet khususnya pada platform microblogging dan media sosial. Sekarang meme dilihat sebagai bentuk perilaku, gaya hidup, kepercayaan, model, dan lain-lain, yang ditiru dan disebarkan untuk dibagikan dari satu individu ke individu lain.
Biasanya meme akan dibagikan melalui interaksi dengan menggunakan beberapa media seperti tulisan, gambar, video, atau fotografi.
Apa yang dianggap sebagai meme dapat bervariasi dan dapat berubah seiring waktu. Secara tradisional, meme terdiri dari kombinasi gambar atau slogan tetapi konsep tersebut telah menjadi lebih luas dan beragam.
Semenjak penggunaan Internet semakin masif, istilah meme kini bagaikan sebuah kata umum yang diketahui semua orang. Meme menjadi sangat populer ketika gags hingga rage comic menghiasi platform-platform media digital seperti blog, websites hingga jejaring sosial.
Jika kamu sempat mengikuti budaya meme populer tersebut, tentu kamu tahu bahwa ada beberapa meme ‘legendaris’ yang hingga kini masih sering digunakan. Tanpa berlama lagi, yuk intip beberapa meme Internet populer di bawah ini!
Finding the meaning behind our existence is a foolish answer.
I think that religions where born when the first children died in the arms of their parents. At some point you just can’t accept everything, you have to change your views on the realities of a harsh world so you don’t loose your mind. “He is in a better world now”, “this rainbow is a sign send by God”, “I am ill because I have done something wrong”, “this thief who escaped is going to pay for what he did”.
In a place where there is no concept of science, where you are confronted to randomness and injustice, you have to replace [something that we don’t know yet] by [God], it’s shorter and enough most of the time to keep going.
Believers of all confessions are not foolish, nor stupid, I think they just have faith in a better world with better people. I respect that even if I don’t believe in any Gods.
Religions helped us build civilizations by making the first laws and sanitary rules (don’t kill, don’t eat pork, don’t steal, clean yourself)
Not personally religious, but I can understand why believing in a higher being can give a lot of people peace of mind. Edit: It’s certainly better than the depressing alternative, that everything is pointless
Just want to clarify that there is ALOT of difference between atheism or not believing in god, and nihilism.
Honestly, religion is a silly little cult that’s gone on for too long. But I like it because it’s helped me accept who I am. I believe that there is something after death but know that it can never be proven but it’s nice to think that there might be. Plus the accepting myself thing thru religion really helped me come to terms with being gay. Knowing someone would always love me was wonderful. But yeah, religion is a foolish answer to a foolish question.
If God or gods exist, then I see two options, neither of which require a religious background. Either hell doesn’t exist and everyone goes to heaven because situations that lead to where you are can’t be controlled, or hell is basically perfect rehab because people have mental illness and or make poor choices. If your point of view ends up fucked enough, you may see something as right when it’s wrong, so hell just doesn’t make sense. If one doesn’t then why worry about it and waste what time I have? If nothing matters then everything matters
Ask something that can’t be proven isn’t foolish at all. It’s in fact the purpose of questions. If we know the answer to a question and could prove it then where’s the need to ask the questions. And the more unanswerable a question is the better the question is (for example Millennium Prize Problems are better problem then let’s say “what does 1+1 equal”) So “What’s the purpose of everything” is in fact one of the best questions ever written. Of course you can just argue that all questions are foolish in general but that’s totally another thing.
I sorta agree with it. The question’s credibility depends on the particular question, but the answer is definitely stupid.
Asking about our origin is natural. There are three paths you can take to deal with this.
First, you can make hypotheses based on science.
Second, you can decide not to ignore it.
The third is that you make up an answer.
I guess most religion is based on the third option. This answer is usually similar with variations according to culture and environment. Notice how it tends to abuse concepts we can’t understand, like infinity. This answer is great psychologically, but it’s rubbish from the scientific viewpoint.
“everyone’s a whore Grace, we just sell different parts of ourselves”
Alfie : I, my friend, am the uncle, and the protector, and the promoter of that fucking thing right there, in whose shadow nothing good nor godly will ever fucking grow. That there, right, is the southern counties’ welterweight champion. He is of mixed religion, therefore he is godless. He was adopted by Satan himself before he was returned out of fear of his awkwardness. But he’s impossible to marry off due to his lethal dimensions. His mother, terrified, she’s fucking abandoned him. And there he is, stood before you like the first of some brand-new fucking species! Any man that you put before him, right, it’d be like entering a fucking threshing machine, mate. Now, will you offer your son?
He stole horses and he told fortunes, often he would tell a man that his horse would be stolen and they would marvel at his powers when it was.
Alfie: “I’ll need another ton for killing Tommy, because his brother is an animal and will try to fucking kill me.”
Tommy: “I take it for the pain. To keep warm.” – Grace: “Is that what it’s for? The warmth? … Ahh. The warmth.” – “All this time.” – “I know. Our love still remains… But you have to listen to the voices that you hear.” I love this scene because it shows Tommy’s escapism, Grace’s support but also her tendency to infiltrate him as his imaginative dark side
“You don’t get what you deserve, you get what you take”
“Me, talking to myself, about myself Something like that”
“There is peace when war is hopeless.”
“During John’s funeral when he said that War already killed them , after that everything is just extra in their life”
It’s a song that has fairly humble beginnings. Much of it came from a jam we were working on when we writing songs for our album Let Love In. […] I still find it all mysterious. I don’t want to know the details, and I’d never ask Nick. Sometimes it’s better to think “what the hell’s that all about?” It’s better that it’s unknowable and spooky. The song has its own life, now.
[Verse 1] Take a little walk to the edge of town Go across the tracks Where the viaduct looms Like a bird of doom As it shifts and cracks Where secrets lie in the border fires In the humming wires Hey man, you know You’re never coming back Past the square, past the bridge Past the mills, past the stacks On a gathering storm comes A tall handsome man In a dusty black coat With a red right hand
[Verse 2] He’ll wrap you in his arms Tell you that you’ve been a good boy He’ll rekindle all the dreams It took you a lifetime to destroy He’ll reach deep into the hole Heal your shrinking soul But there won’t be a single thing that you can do He’s a god, he’s a man He’s a ghost, he’s a guru They’re whispering his name Through this disappearing land But hidden in his coat Is a red right hand
[Verse 3] You don’t have no money? He’ll get you some You don’t have no car? He’ll get you one You don’t have no self-respect You feel like an insect Well don’t you worry buddy Cause here he comes Through the ghettos and the barrio And the Bowery and the slums A shadow is cast wherever he stands Stacks of green paper In his red right hand
[Organ Solo 1]
[Verse 4] You’ll see him in your nightmares You’ll see him in your dreams He’ll appear out of nowhere but He ain’t what he seems You’ll see him in your head On the TV screen And hey buddy, I’m warning You to turn it off He’s a ghost, he’s a god He’s a man, he’s a guru You’re one microscopic cog In his catastrophic plan Designed and directed By his red right hand
[Organ Solo 2]
Track #5 from Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds’ eighth studio album Let Love In.
The notion of a Red Right Hand goes back to John Milton’s Paradise Lost where it also plays the role of an undefined threat. There are discussions among scholars whether it concerns the hand of Satan or the punishing hand of God himself.
To back up the lyrics, the whole song has a threatening allure with the organ theme and Cave’s deep ominous voice.
In verses one and two, a tall handsome stranger ‘with a red right hand’ is used to personify an omnipresent danger. In verses three and four it is revealed what this danger actually is. It is the allure (remember that the man is tall and handsome) of material wealth which draws away your focus from more important things like self-respect. The tall handsome man sustains this danger as a ‘catastrophic plan’ in which you (that is the average person) are a ‘microscopic cog’. In this way, the man represents consumer society: something which is very everyday, but in its essence utterly scary and life-crushing.
The song was used as a theme song for the the horror movies Scream 1 & 2 and the soundtrack of 3 still contains tunes that are a reminiscence of this song. It’s also the theme song for the BBC show Peaky Blinders.
The truth is, we died together once before. Arthur, me… Danny Whizz-Bang, Freddie Thorne, Jeremiah, and John. We were cut off from the retreat, no bullets left, waiting for the Prussian cavalry to come, and to finish us off. And while we waited, Jeremiah said we should sing “In The Bleak Midwinter”. But we were spared; the enemy never came. And we all agreed that everything after that was extra. And when our time came, we would all remember.
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Daftar bahasa hokkien kosakata makian / kosakata kasar dalam bahasa hokkien di atas adalah sebagai pelajaran saja. Mohon menggunakan dengan bijak kosakata di atas karena beberapa kosakata di atas termasuk sangat kasar dan apabila sembarang diucapkan akan menimbulkan perselisihan maupun perkelahian.
milk containers and detergent bottles, subway and bus seats, elevator buttons
2 to 3 days
refrigerators, pots and pans, sinks, some water bottles
2 to 3 days
pennies, teakettles, cookware
soda cans, tinfoil, water bottles
2 to 8 hours
drinking glasses, measuring cups, mirrors, windows
Up to 5 days
dishes, pottery, mugs
The length of time varies. Some strains of coronavirus live for only a few minutes on paper, while others live for up to 5 days.
Coronavirus doesn’t seem to spread through food.
Coronavirus hasn’t been found in drinking water. If it does get into the water supply, your local water treatment plant filters and disinfects the water, which should kill any germs.
There’s not much research about how long the virus lives on fabric, but it’s probably not as long as on hard surfaces.
boots, high heels
One study tested the shoe soles of medical staff in a Chinese hospital intensive care unit (ICU) and found that half were positive for nucleic acids from the virus. But it’s not clear whether these pieces of the virus cause infection. The hospital’s general ward, which had people with milder cases, was less contaminated than the ICU.
Skin and hair
There’s no research on exactly how long the virus can live on your skin or hair. Rhinoviruses, which cause colds, survive for hours. That’s why it’s important to wash or disinfect your hands, which are most likely to come into contact with contaminated surfaces.
Surface Cleaning and COVID-19: What You Should Know
Omicron variant of COVID-19 has been called a variant of concern by WHO based on the evidence that it has several mutations that may have an impact on how it behaves. There is still substantial uncertainty regarding Omicron and a lot of research underway to evaluate its transmissibility, severity and reinfection risk.
I don’t know what is the variant, but the symptoms is 100% Covid-19 Virus.
1st January 2022
Going home around 2 hours ride.
Lately Taking bath and directly sleep.
2nd January 2022
Fookin! i just woke up to eat lunch and sleep again 24 hours long. i skipped this day.
3rd January 2022
Still denial and act like i didn’t get any Covid-19
4th January 2022
My wife cannot smell young living scents.
A friend giving some medicine dry cough and wet cough, paracetamol for my baby, and watermelon 🍉