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Thank you @jamesfalciano for this beautiful portrait! It's an amazing #birthday gift! Everyone, please #follow @jamesfalciano! You'll love his work. #Repost @jamesfalciano: Little belated birthday drawing for @declarke85, a super sweet fellow beardy guy whose been a long time supporter of my artwork #beard #thebeardedhomo #beardedhomosexual #barba #beardedhomo #hairyhomo #beardedgay #beardie #beardo #bearded #gaybeard #redbeard #gay #instagay #gaystagram #bear #BearWeek365 #instabear #instahomo #gaywoof #scruff #scruffyhomo #drawing #illustration #art #artsy #arts

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Thank YOU @joelwlopez for always recognize my skulls all those years working toguether and having fun like there is no tomorrow. Was a blast that night at the club. Its even better when we work with someone like you who trust, recognize and have fun with your own crew. That is Heaven. #nevergettiredtobebeautiful #sexymotherfucker #noplanstobeamazing #thisshithappens #fabuland #fabulosity #gayfitnes #gayboyfamous #man4man #gaybeard #gayman #fitgay #gaynakedmen #nakedplanet #instagay #instanakeup #itsmylife #itsalifestyle #idontcare #idontgiveashit #nobullshit #showman #youonlyliveonce #latin #latingay #gaymature #vivalavidaloca #puntacana #findelproceso

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Skhya is an ancient system of Indian philosophy based on a dualism involving the ultimate principles of consciousness and matter. It is described as the rationalist school of Indian philosophy. It is most related to the Yoga school of Hinduism, and its method was most influential on the development of Early Buddhism. The Smkhya is an enumerationist philosophy whose epistemology accepts three of six pramanas (proofs) as the only reliable means of gaining knowledge. These include pratyaka (perception), anuma (inference) and abda (ptavacana, word/testimony of reliable sources). Samkhya is strongly dualist. Smkhya philosophy regards the universe as consisting of two realities; purua (consciousness) and prakti (matter). Jiva (a living being) is that state in which purua is bonded to prakti in some form. This fusion, state the Samkhya scholars, led to the emergence of buddhi ("spiritual awareness") and ahakra (ego consciousness). The universe is described by this school as one created by purusa-prakti entities infused with various permutations and combinations of variously enumerated elements, senses, feelings, activity and mind. During the state of imbalance, one of more constituents overwhelm the others, creating a form of bondage, particularly of the mind. The end of this imbalance, bondage is called liberation, or moksha, by the Samkhya school. The existence of God or supreme being is not directly asserted, nor considered relevant by the Samkhya philosophers. Skhya denies the final cause of Ishvara (God). While the Samkhya school considers the Vedas as a reliable source of knowledge, it is an atheistic philosophy according to Paul Deussen and other scholars. A key difference between Samkhya and Yoga schools, state scholars, is that Yoga school accepts a "personal, yet essentially inactive, deity" or "personal god". Samkhya is known for its theory of guas (qualities, innate tendencies). Gua, it states, are of three types: sattva being good, compassionate, illuminating, positive, and constructive; rajas is one of activity, chaotic, passion, impulsive, potentially good or bad; and tamas being the quality of darkness, ignorance, destructive, lethargic, negative. Everything, all life forms and human beings, state Samkhya scholars, have these three guas, but in different proportions. The interplay of these guas defines the character of someone or something, of nature and determines the progress of life. The Samkhya theory of guas was widely discussed, developed and refined by various schools of Indian philosophies, including Buddhism. Samkhya's philosophical treatises also influenced the development of various theories of Hindu ethics.

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