Really usefull vedio.

I for one would love to see more of Tango’s playthough of this game.

Let’s build a firewall and make the bots pay for it!

Good catch..😂😂

I studying about HRM in VietNam. In VietNam HRM is undevelop so I hope everybody can help me by send some document about HRM. However my english is not good so if possible I want some simple document to understand it

You are what authority no name no photo coward—oh that’s right a coward. Of course you’re angry you couldn’t cut university let alone post grad work. Bothers you to push a broom at McDonald’s doesn’t it?

How to write Theoretical and conceptual frameworks?

Great help! thanks alot!

That was amazing, this probably was the most interesting ted i hear in my life, im not good with english but i speak another 4 languages too, sometimes i meet people from another countries so i like to speak with that person cause is look like a secret conversation, your 5 techiniques are better than the “como aprender cualquier idioma en seis meses” because u make 5 tips to enjoy learning a new language, hope watch another teds of you, im very proud of people who speak a lot of languages like you

I have alot of handwriting i can also write with both hands 😄😄😄😄😄ikr so cool

“Lao Tzu lived in a hut and ate straw!”

2 weeks of starvation drives higher beings to basic desires. Those who can hold on to their moral baseline are saints. Saints do not exist.

However, Nietzsche wasn’t a nihilist. He clearly doesn’t consider himself one and often speaks out against it, for example, “… But that is Nihilism, and the sign of a despairing, mortally wearied soul, notwithstanding the courageous bearing such a virtue may display” (Section 10, Beyond Good and Evil). My basic understanding of Nietzsche’s view towards nihilism is that it is the inevitable conclusion of the European tradition; the Christian tradition. “I praise, I do not reproach, [nihilism’s] arrival. I believe it is one of the greatest crises, a moment of the deepest self-reflection of humanity. Whether man recovers from it, whether he becomes master of this crisis, is a question of his strength” (Complete Works, Vol. 13). This is why we are in need of new values.

Wow. 2016 was a really awful year.

The implication is that everyone has the capacity to become Buddha, which departs greatly from the Judaism religion.


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