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While cleaning my camera

While cleaning my camera roll, I stumbled on this portrait of a shopkeeper in Rome. He was stylish, comfortable in his skin, and had great taste. After perusing his collectibles I walked away with a three tiered dessert stand (thanks Jen!) and I asked if I could take his photo. #thekindnessofstrangers . . . #fromwhereistand #archigram #cityview #ig_europe #europe_gallery #arrivederci #onlyinitaly #igersitalian #findyourspot #townske #madewithmap #gojourny #ladolcevitaly #ladolcevita #architecture #trottermag #thedesignscout #ig_europe #thehappynow #momentslikethese #passionpassport #cntraveler #womenwhoexplore #chasinglight #mytinyatlas #morningscenes #darlingweekend #flashesofdelight #finditliveit #strangersinmyfeed

My favorite part of the h

My favorite part of the high line is knowing that the abandoned railway was there for decades, just waiting for someone with the vision to see its potential. Sometimes creativity isn't about the new-new, but connecting 2 things that might otherwise never have been considered (park + abandoned railway) and executing it reeeally well. What a gift to the city and millions of visitors. What else is just waiting for its potential to be unlocked? . . . #liveauthentic #localdose #thatsdarling #alwaysgo #neverstopexploring #livefolk #pietoudolf #mytinyatlas #wander #wanderlust #fwis #postitfortheaesthetic #mytinyatlas #thehighline #archigram #dillerscofidiorenfro #dillerscofidio #design #onlyinny #standardhotel #findyourspot #nyc #highlinehotel #newyork #withthelocals #empirestatebuilding

Six days in Iceland is no

Six days in Iceland is not nearly enough time to truly appreciate and see everything that this beautiful country has to offer. Six days is barely enough time to scratch the surface. But in six days, with eyes wide open, I saw the sheer magic and power of Mother Nature, through countless waterfalls, moss-grown lava fields, steaming hot springs, rugged cliffs and jaw-dropping fjords, a luminous glacier, and ice crystals that shined bright as diamonds as they dotted a desert of black sand beaches. Needless to say, I took enough photos to last a lifetime as I tried to capture all its sheer beauty. But like most things you can't really put into words, you just have to see it for yourself. Iceland, I don't care how "trendy" you might be right now. You are surreal and otherworldly, and I cannot wait for the chance to visit again. Have you been? by @treehutco . . . . . . #darlingescapes #dametraveler #stayandwander #icelandtravel @icelandtravel #guidetoiceland #inspiredbyiceland #topicelandphoto #wonderlusticeland #icelandadvice #wheniniceland #findyourspot #travelbff #ladiesgoneglobal #globelletravels #girlsborntotravel #thetravelwomen #girlaroundworld #wearetravelgirls #wearetravelladies #womenwhoexplore #sheisnotlost #sheexplores #freewanderess #citizenfemme #femmetravel #tlpicks #cntraveler #travelzoo #sidewalkerdaily #discovericeland

But these are days we dre

But these are days we dream about when the sunlight paints us gold - It's been over two weeks since my road trip along Highway 1, a week since I attended the @blogher conference in Orlando, and I still have yet to unpack before packing AGAIN to leave for Costa Rica tomorrow morning Yup, procrastination at its finest. - I had so much ambition to edit and upload new content, finish a few new projects... yet here I am, having partially begun a couple things and nowhere near finishing or showing progress on any of it - I guess all of this is to say, we can't do it all. Or at least, not all at once. And that's okay. - I think it's so easy to want to kick ourselves for not completing enough tasks each day, or not being able to see the results we want fast enough. And that's when we start to feel overwhelmed, and so we try to multitask even harder, but actually get less done by spreading ourselves too thin. - So this week, I'm focusing on taking down one thing at a time and allowing myself to appreciate what I've accomplished so far. And if I don't get as much as I wanted to get done, well I guess that's okay too, because at least I'll have the monkeys and sloths in Costa Rica to keep me company, and they DEFINITELY know what it means to just chill . . . . . . . #motivationmonday #dametraveler #darlingescapes #sheisnotlost #solovelysofree #sidewalkerdaily #ladiesgoneglobal #girlsborntotravel #girlaroundworld #travelbff #timeoutsociety #highway1 #pacificcoasthighway #westcoast_exposures #freewanderess #gotravelgirls #wildbayarea #findyourspot #acolorstory #womenwhoexplore #people_and_world #sheexplores #femaletravelbloggers #travelandcreate #tlpicks #travelzoo #citizenfemme #wearetravelgirls #travelcommunity #thetravelwomen

our 18 day holiday has on

our 18 day holiday has only just begun on Thursday and I'm already dreaming of my fully stocked fridge. thanks @tropicallylina for the reminder! @riseupsurfnicaragua I hope you have some fresh tropical fruits waiting for @andrewjcamacho and I! #skies #canada #travel #explorecanada #travelalberta #photography #landscape #yyc #portrait #foodblogger #healthvblogger #beautyblogger #fitness #muscles #findyourspot #tasteintravel #stayandwonder #styledblogger #fashion #streetwear #fashionblogger #lookoftheday #loveyourflaws #nikon #wonderlust #borntoroam #howiholiday #doyoutravel

Ieri sera c'era bisogno d

Ieri sera c'era bisogno di una sciarpina, stamattina fa fresco. L'estate sta finendo anche quest'anno e ho sentimenti contrastanti: da una parte la voglia di trovarmi in quella parte della vita dove le cose accadono a un ritmo veloce, dall'altra il desiderio di rallentarle ancora un po'. In questi mesi ho mollato gli ormeggi, pensando con una certa insistenza che la vita dovrebbe assomigliare molto di pi a un'alba sul mare che a un treno ad alta velocit. . . . . . #travel #travelling #seetoshare #beautifuldestinations #doyoutravel #passionpassport #findyourspot #howitravel #landscapehunter #letsgosomewhere #inspiremyinstagram #littlestoriesofmylife #italiainunoscatto #whatitalyis #marcellibeach #destinazionemarche #visitmarche #conero #exploringmarche #feliceagosto

An extract on #findyourspot

Both Luther and Calvin explained evil as a consequence of the fall of man and the original sin. Calvin, however, held to the belief in predestination and omnipotence, the fall is part of God's plan. Luther saw evil and original sin as an inheritance from Adam and Eve, passed on to all mankind from their conception and bound the will of man to serving sin, which God's just nature allowed as consequence for their distrust, though God planned mankind's redemption through Jesus Christ. Ultimately humans may not be able to understand and explain this plan.

The ancient Egyptian religion, according to Roland Enmarch, potentially absolved their gods from any blame for evil, and used a negative cosmology and the negative concept of human nature to explain evil. Further, the Pharaoh was seen as an agent of the gods and his actions as a king were aimed to prevent evil and curb evilness in human nature.

Several philosophers have argued that just as there exists a problem of evil for theists who believe in an omniscient, omnipotent and omnibenevolent being, so too is there a problem of good for anyone who believes in an omniscient, omnipotent, and omnimalevolent (or perfectly evil) being. As it appears that the defenses and theodicies which might allow the theist to resist the problem of evil can be inverted and used to defend belief in the omnimalevolent being, this suggests that we should draw similar conclusions about the success of these defensive strategies. In that case, the theist appears to face a dilemma: either to accept that both sets of responses are equally bad, and so that the theist does not have an adequate response to the problem of evil; or to accept that both sets of responses are equally good, and so to commit to the existence of an omnipotent, omniscient, and omnimalevolent being as plausible. Critics have noted that theodicies and defenses are often addressed to the logical problem of evil. As such, they are intended only to demonstrate that it is possible that evil can co-exist with an omniscient, omnipotent and omnibenevolent being. Since the relevant parallel commitment is only that good can co-exist with an omniscient, omnipotent and omnimalevolent being, not that it is plausible that they should do so, the theist who is responding to the problem of evil need not be committing himself to something he is likely to think is false. This reply, however, leaves the evidential problem of evil untouched.

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