Ghid wrote:Also, at sixteen, a boyfriend is not a permanent relationship. He will find his Juliet. Odds are, she won’t be me, a noble truth and then some.
Enjoy the journey...
catmoon wrote:Dear Ghid
You, girl, are going to be a force to be reckoned with. Welcome aboard.
LastLegend wrote:He might find his Juliet one day. But you are complete as you are, you don't need a guy to complete you. Knowing you are complete and does not need others to complete you, you then can complete others. No dependency on others for happiness. If happiness is dependent on on others, then it is not yours but given to you.
Ghid wrote:catmoon wrote:
Thank you. I had not thought about how I could be a ratio of mass and acceleration.
J, my boyfriend, says we are two quarks.
Be my quark
For a while,
At least long enough,
To run the next mile.
Kinda geeky, but sweet.
Geeky? You want geeky?
Let F be the force applied
Let M be the mass of your boyfriend
A = F/M where
A is the acceleration of your boyfriend along a vector that points through the center of the front door.
Let V= the integral of A with respect to time
As long as the force is applied, V increases without limit.
Yeah I have some geeky history, too.
Ghid wrote:Why do we go to school?
Maybe the king, the man who connects heaven and earth, wants educated bureaucrats and warriors. If he is a wise king and even if he never heard of Buddha, he wants his people to see things as they are.
catmoon wrote:Ghid wrote:Why do we go to school?
A friend of mine who is a schoolteacher was once asked this question in class. She didn't answer it. I asked her why she didn't answer, and she said.....
"I didn't have the heart to tell the kids that the reason the class existed was because I needed an income, that my existence and prosperity was not inherently justifiable, and that the only solid reason I had for requiring an income was that I have three cats who require food, shelter and medical care and general spoiling."
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