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Checking the body, it's O

Checking the body, it's OK?!!! I'm so excited guys , starting an unic experience in my life. Live a dream here in this incredible place!Modismo no s pra looks, existe tendncias para cliques (fotos) tambm. Por exemplo, quando vim para c essa era uma das fotos que eu j sabia que iria fazer!!! Essa plaquinha do hotel o qual estou hospedada j foi fotografada com essa referncia de abacaxis cobrindo os seios por vrias gringas and fashionista que tambm se hospedaram aqui!!! VERYYYY COOOL!!! Em pesquisas encontrei pelo menos umas 7, com essa mesma foto, o que me encorajou a tirar uma onda aqui tambm!Acho que essa foto tem um significado, dizer que dessa placa para frente, estamos em uma praia de nudismo (a praia do hotel que estamos hospedados). Let's live this naturalystic life!!! Azulik is a pleasure for me to be here . Appreciated for all attention . @azuliktulum I'm sure that these days will be the most special of my life!!!| @biquinisannacarol #azulik #azuliktulum #vacation #tulum #tulumlife #tulumbeach #tulumhotels #rivieramaya #tulumstyle #tulumcity #vivamexico #mexico #mayan #mexicantrip #mexicandays #ilovetulum #ldviajando #quintanaroo #azulikluxuruseavilla

F, um amor gratuito e um

F, um amor gratuito e um dos mais lindos e puros.Essa semana pude sentir o amor de um f ( @marcinho44 ) , aqui do Mxico, por mim. Nunca entendi esse tal sentimento (f), que por muitas vezes, em meu anonimato (antigamente), julguei, achei platnico, algumas vezes abusivo e confesso que at achava balela. Hoje entendo e me emociono de saber que tantas pessoas diariamente se inspiram em mim, sentem vontade de me conhecer, tirar uma foto comigo e que de alguma forma eu consigo com toda essa minha exposio (que no fcil) fazer feliz ou bem a algum. Mas, vamos ao mrito desse post. Sabem que estou de frias aqui em Tulum, no Mxico, n?! Essa semana fui surpreendida em meu quarto de hotel, com esse ramalhete de rosas maravilhosas e com esse carto recheado de carinho de um leitor/f residente aqui. Quando cheguei em meu quarto e me deparei com essa surpresa um turbilho de emoes tomou conta do meu corao. Quanto amor e carinho da parte dele, se preocupar em fazer meu dia mais feliz e perfumado, me desejando boas vindas e frias maravilhosas!!!O amor de um f o amor mais puro e mais lindo desse mundo. Pois mesmo sem nunca ter me visto, poder me dar um abrao, continuam lutando para de alguma forma estarem e manifestarem que esto ao meu lado. @marcinho44 Sepas que consegui-o hacer de mi da ms feliz Eres una persona de luz, soy muy feliz por tenerte a mi ladoEres un ngel !!! Gracias, muchsimas gracias!!! #vacation #tulum #tulumlife #tulumbeach #tulumhotels #rivieramaya #tulumstyle #tulumcity #vivamexico #mexico #mayan #mexicantrip #mexicandays #ilovetulum #ldviajando #quintanaroo

#Repost @luanadellevedove

#Repost @luanadellevedove joining the #tuluminati family Aqui est minha vida - esta areia to clara com desenhos de andar dedicados ao vento. Aqui est minha aflio - este coral quebrado, sobrevivendo ao seu pattico momento. Aqui est minha herana - este mar solitrio, que de um lado era amor e, do outro, esquecimento.{Ceclia Meireles} #vacation #tulum #tulumlife #tulumbeach #tulumhotels #rivieramaya #tulumstyle #tulumcity #vivamexico #mexico #mayan #mexicantrip #mexicandays #ilovetulum #ldviajando #quintanaroo

An extract on #tulumlife

Although arguments for intelligent design by the intelligent design movement are formulated in secular terms and intentionally avoid positing the identity of the designer, the majority of principal intelligent design advocates are publicly religious Christians who have stated that, in their view, the designer proposed in intelligent design is the Christian conception of God. Stuart Burgess, Phillip E. Johnson, William A. Dembski, and Stephen C. Meyer are evangelical Protestants; Michael Behe is a Roman Catholic; and Jonathan Wells is a member of the Unification Church. Non-Christian proponents include David Klinghoffer, who is Jewish, Michael Denton and David Berlinski, who are agnostic, and Muzaffar Iqbal, a Pakistani-Canadian Muslim. Phillip E. Johnson has stated that cultivating ambiguity by employing secular language in arguments that are carefully crafted to avoid overtones of theistic creationism is a necessary first step for ultimately reintroducing the Christian concept of God as the designer. Johnson explicitly calls for intelligent design proponents to obfuscate their religious motivations so as to avoid having intelligent design identified "as just another way of packaging the Christian evangelical message." Johnson emphasizes that "...the first thing that has to be done is to get the Bible out of the discussion. ...This is not to say that the biblical issues are unimportant; the point is rather that the time to address them will be after we have separated materialist prejudice from scientific fact." The strategy of deliberately disguising the religious intent of intelligent design has been described by William A. Dembski in The Design Inference. In this work, Dembski lists a god or an "alien life force" as two possible options for the identity of the designer; however, in his book Intelligent Design: The Bridge Between Science and Theology (1999), Dembski states: Christ is indispensable to any scientific theory, even if its practitioners don't have a clue about him. The pragmatics of a scientific theory can, to be sure, be pursued without recourse to Christ. But the conceptual soundness of the theory can in the end only be located in Christ. Dembski also stated, "ID is part of God's general revelation [...] Not only does intelligent design rid us of this ideology [ materialism ], which suffocates the human spirit, but, in my personal experience, I've found that it opens the path for people to come to Christ." Both Johnson and Dembski cite the Bible's Gospel of John as the foundation of intelligent design. Barbara Forrest contends such statements reveal that leading proponents see intelligent design as essentially religious in nature, not merely a scientific concept that has implications with which their personal religious beliefs happen to coincide. She writes that the leading proponents of intelligent design are closely allied with the ultra-conservative Christian Reconstructionism movement. She lists connections of (current and former) Discovery Institute Fellows Phillip E. Johnson, Charles B. Thaxton, Michael Behe, Richard Weikart, Jonathan Wells and Francis J. Beckwith to leading Christian Reconstructionist organizations, and the extent of the funding provided the Institute by Howard Ahmanson, Jr., a leading figure in the Reconstructionist movement.

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