At the end of the day …..

~~April 3, 2014~~

religious experience (sometimes known as a spiritual experience, sacred experience, or mystical experience) is a subjective experience which is interpreted within a religious framework. The concept originated in the 19th century, as a defense against the growing rationalism of western society. William James popularized the concept.

Many religious and mystical traditions see religious experiences (particularly that knowledge that comes with them) as revelations caused by divine agency rather than ordinary natural processes. They are considered real encounters with God or gods, or real contact with higher-order realities of which humans are not ordinarily aware.

Skeptics or scientists may hold that religious experience is an evolved feature of the human brain amenable to normal scientific study. The commonalities and differences between religious experiences across different cultures have enabled scholars to categorize them for academic study.


The notion of “religious experience” can be traced back to William James, who used a term called “religious experience” in his book, The Varieties of Religious Experience. The origins of the use of this term can be dated further back.

In the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, several historical figures put forth very influential views that religion and its beliefs can be grounded in experience itself. While Kant held that moral experience justified religious beliefsJohn Wesley in addition to stressing individual moral exertion thought that the religious experiences in the Methodist movement (paralleling the Romantic Movement) were foundational to religious commitment as a way of life.

Wayne Proudfoot traces the roots of the notion of “religious experience” to the German theologian Friedrich Schleiermacher (1768–1834), who argued that religion is based on a feeling of the infinite. The notion of “religious experience” was used by Schleiermacher and Albert Ritschl to defend religion against the growing scientific and secular citique, and defend the view that human (moral and religious) experience justifies religious beliefs.

Such religious empiricism would be later seen as highly problematic and was — during the period in-between world wars — famously rejected by Karl Barth. In the 20th century, religious as well as moral experience as justification for religious beliefs still holds sway. Some influential modern scholars holding this liberal theological view are Charles Raven and the Oxford physicist/theologian Charles Coulson.

The notion of “religious experience” was adopted by many scholars of religion, of which William James was the most influential.


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About the Mavadelo Merchandise shop


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I have opened a shop at cafepress with merchandise from this blog. They are just simple items with a simple design and they don’t cost a whole bunch either. All proceedings from this shop will go towards the MCM causes. I hope to ad some more design choices soon

Men’s Fitted T-Shirt 4.3 oz. 100% ultra-fine combed ring-spun jersey Made in the USA, by American Apparel Lean fit, size up for looser fit in body Machine Wash Cold with Like Colors, Tumble Dry Low

Above Tee for example will cost you $21.59 / €18.00 /  £15.00 / AUD $27.00 / CAD $27.50

Unstructured 100% brushed cotton canvas Baseball Cap Adjustable hook/loop tape closure adjusts from 20″ to 24″ Crown measures 3 1/4″ Low Profile Brim with sweatband Hand wash with warm water and mild detergent Hang Dry

Above baseball cap will come down to $17.99 / €15.00 / £12.50 / AUD $22.50 / CAD $23.00

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Homophobe resigns as Mozilla boss

Yessss!! Out the door!!

Dear Kitty. Some blog

This video from the USA is called Brendan Eich resigns as Mozilla’s CEO.

From Ars Technica:

Brendan Eich resigns as Mozilla Corporation CEO

Chairwoman offers unequivocal apology with announcement: “We must do better.”

by Sam Machkovech – Apr 3 2014, 9:30pm +0200

Less than two weeks after drawing controversy over his appointment as CEO of the Mozilla Corporation, Brendan Eich has resigned from the position.

In a post at Mozilla’s official blog, executive chairwoman Mitchell Baker confirmed the news with an unequivocal apology on the company’s behalf. “Mozilla prides itself on being held to a different standard and, this past week, we didn’t live up to it,” Baker wrote. “We didn’t act like you’d expect Mozilla to act. We didn’t move fast enough to engage with people once the controversy started. We’re sorry. We must do better.”

The action comes days after dating site OKCupid became the 

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Anime Season Spring 2014

A topic that I want to learn about!! TY … Julian!!

Everything Anime

Here’s a list of the upcoming anime for spring 2014. Most titles start 4/6 so get ready!
I’m most excited for the return of Fairy Tail! Also excited for the new Anime Black Bullet & No Game No life! Of course I won’t just review the Anime that I myself like and also I won’t be able to review them all. If there is an Anime in particular that you may be curious about and want me to review it, feel free to let me know in the comments below!

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Miley, sad story … with a very happy ending!!

~~April 3, 2014~~

~Left To Die In A Trash Heap, Abandoned Dog Gets Remarkable Second Chance~

A moving video of the extraordinary recovery – and resilience – of an abandoned dog who was left to die in a trash heap is reminding us this week of the healing power of love, friendship and second chances.

On Nov. 15, 2013, when Eldad Hagar first laid eyes on Miley, an abandoned dog living among piles of trash on the outskirts of Los Angeles, his heart broke.


“When I got there, I almost couldn’t believe what I was seeing,” Hagar, the co-founder of animal rescue organization Hope For Paws, told The Huffington Post of his first encounter with the pup. “It’s almost as if this place was struck by a tsunami.”

Miley, covered in mange and infections, was so lifeless and defeated that Hagar, who recorded the dog’s rescue on camera, says she “didn’t even have the energy” to run away from him as he approached her.

Hagar says he rushed to Miley’s side after he heard about the pooch’s plight from a local resident. The tipster told him that Miley had been living in the trash heap for at least a few months. It is believed that she was abandoned by her owners.

Though he knew that Miley wouldn’t be in good shape, Hagar says he was still shocked when he finally made contact with her. Her physical deterioration was “definitely one of the worst cases” he’d ever seen, he said.

He knew he had to get Miley to a hospital right away.

Gaining the pup’s trust was no easy feat, however. Hagar says he offered her food and sat with her in the pile of trash for an hour before she was finally ready to leave with him. Then he got her into his car to be brought to the vet.

“She was very lucky we rescued her when we did, because her condition would have continued to deteriorate until she would have died a miserable and painful death,” Hagar said.

After examining Miley, veterinarian Dr. Lisa Youn discovered that the pooch wasn’t just suffering from mange and bacterial infections, but parasites and malnutrition, as well.

“She was in so much pain,” Hagar said.


Over the next two weeks, Miley got intensive medical care and was treated with antibiotics, medicine for parasites and frequent medicated baths. Slowly but surely, her spirits began to lift.

It wasn’t, however, until Miley found a best friend that her recovery took a dramatic turn for the better. Miley met Frankie the chihuahua after he was rescued from a sewer tunnel by Hagar and a friend. The tiny dog had almost drowned, Hagar said, because of a spell of heavy rain.

“He was so scared of everything,” Hagar wrote of Frankie in the video. “Miley took Frankie under her wing and they quickly became really good friends.”

miley dog

Miley and Frankie, who are wonderfully affectionate with each other, are said to be doing well.

The “worst part is behind them,” Hagar told the HuffPost, adding that Miley should be “100 percent” in a few months.


A homeless dog living in a trash pile gets rescued, and then does something amazing!

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~~Published on Dec 12, 2013~~

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Interpol Urges Joint Action To Stop Tiger Trade

Yes, please do …. something needs to be done!!! SMH ….

GarryRogers Nature Conservation

Environmental Investigation Agency Interpol urges global action to stop tiger trade Global police body Interpol on Thursday called for concerted international action to stem the highly lucrative ti…

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Why Are Chinese Oligarchs Eating Illegal Tiger Meat?

Here’s confirmation. Such a sad reality in our world …. RESPECT!! Animals are sentient beings!!

Ann Novek( Luure)--With the Sky as the Ceiling and the Heart Outdoors


Why Do Chinese Oligarchs Secretly Love Illegal Tiger Meat?

A forbidden practice becomes popular among China’s ruling class: watching the animals die before eating them.

China’s wealthy “dragons” like to dine on tigers. In fact, they’ll even watch them die first and then boast about it on social media. Unfortunately, police don’t consider this behavior worth “liking” and so it became the center of a scandal last week when authorities busted an illegal tiger-eating dinner club in Guangdong province.

According to a March 26 report in the state-run regional newspaper the Nanfang Daily, police crashed the party of wealthy businessmen and government officials in the city of Leizhou just as they prepared to nibble on a freshly slaughtered cat. The raid occurred after a drunken dinner guest accidentally posted several grisly pictures of the event on social media, the Nanfang Daily reported.

The story has shone a light on…

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