There are 4 phase in the life of a butterfly.Egg.Larva/caterpillarPupa/ChrysalisButterflyA germinatmed seed can remain dormant for yearswaiting for the right conditionsto sprout and grow.It is alive.Similarly,a fetus alive.It is just one stage in a human's life.
Do not try to figure out how many holes a straw has. That is impossible. Instead, only try to realize the truth. Ultimately, the is no straw. Then you'll see that it is not the straw that has a hole. It is only yourself.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXKFTzlBziI
Non-violence cannot tackle terrorism: Dalai Lama
The Dalai Lama, a lifelong champion of non-violence candidly stated that terrorism cannot be tackled by applying the principle of ahimsa because the minds of terrorists are closed.
If they want to outlaw guns so badly,they should lead by example.Most serial killers are Democrats anyway.Most gun violence occurs in the inner city ghettos.Most city dwellers(and especially ghetto dwellers)expect the government to take care of them.They thus vote Democrat.Ergo:It should be illegal for Democrats to own guns.
There are more gun owners than there are high school students.A shooter is a gun owner and a high school student.Divide the number of shooters by the total number of gun owners and you get the percentage of gun owners who are shooters. This percentage is small.Now divide the number of shooters by the total number of high school students and you get the percentage of high school students that are shooters. This is a larger percentage compared to the one above.Clearly high school is the problem. I say we ban high school.
In 1965, Vietnam seemed likeJust another foreign warBut it wasn't, it wasDifferent in many waysAs so were thoseWho did the fightingIn World War IIThe average age of theCombat soldier was twenty-sixIn Vietnam, he was nineteenIn Vietnam, the combat soldierTypically served a twelve month tour of dutyBut was exposed to hostile fire almost everydayAll those who remember the warThey won't forget what they've seenDestruction of men in their primeWhose average age was nineteenAccording to a Veteran's Administration studyHalf of the Vietnam combat veterans sufferedFrom what psychiatrists callPost traumatic stress disorderMany vets complain of alienation, rage, or guiltSome succumb to suicidal thoughtsEight to ten years after coming homeAlmost eight-hundred-thousand menAre still fighting the Vietnam WarNone of them receivedA hero's welcome