Change your attitude, you are not a victim. Figure out what you are doing that is causing you to feel victimized and make the necessary changes in your life to stop feeling this way. If the source is external, try to remove yourself from the situation.
They do it in questions, too. A limit even a generous limit would keep those in check.rebekahELLEposted 5 years agoin reply to thisMatthew, I’m not sure what you mean by your first sentence, in regard to automated posts. If someone starts a thread, they should definitely be moderating it and responding if necessary.
But I believe that if you would like society to be colorblind, you should strive to be colorblind yourself, not highlighting our differences.CarouselOnFire 6 points submitted 13 days agoI don’t advocate for “colorblindness” at all. I think highlighting our differences is important and if we choose to ignore differences we silence key attributes that make us uniquely who we are today.You can choose to look at it however you choose my intent behind my comment remains to promote awareness for positive contributions that people outside of the norm provide to our society, rather than focusing on ignoring the obstacles that they have had to uniquely overcome (primarily systematic, institutional racism) to achieve great feats.It is empowering to overcome odds, especially in a space (gymnastics) where whiteness / individuals of European descent have historically been the marker for what success looks like.I think we’re both on the same page here just looking st it from two different angles. I see and appreciate your angle.
Many ethiopian coffees can be fruit bombs due to the variety, how its grown and definitely how its processed (naturals are going to be fruit bombs since the cherry has stayed on the seed and imparts more of that ferment). Most coffees that are roasted properly should have some sort of “fruit” flavor lingering. Cherry / plum / raisin / “dried fruits” / cranberry those are all similar and related flavors.purplynurply 1 point submitted 7 months agoThe only thing i would say is that Dry process tend to be MUCH more complex, not less.
The late Sam Walton (No. 2), founder and CEO of Wal Mart, changed the business of retailing, using new systems for inventory control and becoming one of the first CEOs to offer profit sharing to his employees. He went from owning one department store in Newport, Arkansas, to presiding over the largest retailer in the world..
Sunday’s victory launches Snyder on a trajectory for an all time Olympic career. In a sport that resists phenoms, his peak should remain years away. If he stays healthy, Snyder’s dedication to wrestling and monumental work ethic justify the belief he will be a favorite to repeat in Tokyo, and perhaps even four years later, when he will still be just 28..