|Even I think you're a creep, Ted. Cheat on me.|
WHEN WOMEN RULED ENGLAND: Æthelflæd, Lady of the Mercians (circa 870-June 12, 918) ruled Mercia in the English Midlands from 911 until her death. She was the eldest daughter of Alfred the Great, king of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex, and his wife Ealhswith. Æthelflæd was born around 870 at the height of the Viking invasions of England. By 878 most of England was under Danish Viking rule, East Anglia and Northumbria having been conquered and Mercia partitioned between the English and the Vikings... More
|Can I also be on Page 3?|
Well don't give me your morals; they're filth in my eyes; you can pack them away with the rest of your lies. Your painted mask of ugly perfection, the ring on your finger, the sign of protection, is the rape on Page 3 [bare breasts in Britain], it's the soldier's obsession, how well you've been taught to support your oppression: One God. One church. One husband. One wife.
|I wonder what the history of cheating is.|
Does the winner take all? What "love" in your grasping? What vision is left, and is anyone asking? What vision is left, and is anyone asking? She's a Berketex bride... Bribe... Bride...
- VIDEO: Extra-marital affairs 1900-1960 (documentary)
|WIFE: Princess Yasodhara (Bimba Devi)|
One works and struggles very hard to attain happiness, very often without knowing exactly what "happiness" means because of our ignorance of the true nature of life.
Although all religions provide advice and guidelines for their adherents to practice in order to attain happiness in life, more often than not, these guidelines are ignored owing to human craving, aversion, and illusion (greed, hatred, and delusion).
|Prince Siddhartha leaves the palace|
For the ordinary human, as for the child, it is difficult to make a distinction between happiness and pleasure. To us, that which gives pleasure give happiness, and to be happy is to experience pleasure. More
- 1. Introduction
- 2. The Nature of Love and Pleasure
- 3. The Reality of Married Life
- 4. The Buddhist Concept of Marriage
- 5. The Religious Dilemma
- 6. Security, Respect and Responsibilities
- 7. Polygamy or Monogamy
- 8. New Technology
- 9. Morality
- 10. The East and the West
- 11. Celibacy
- 12. Summary
- Appendix I: The Affectionate Mother
- Appendix II: Moral Code