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Bountiful Harvest Outreach Center is Bible-based, Christ- centered, empowering all people to live the abundant life! We are teaching the Word of God to develop Christians for victorious living! Vision The Vision of Bountiful Harvest Outreach Center is to reach individuals from all socioeconomic statuses, the hungry, destitute, down-trodden and those who have been hurt by unsound doctrine to develop saints who are strengthened and truly the Body of Christ. Mission Our mission is to continue to add to the church daily. This is achieved by equipping believers with sound doctrine that breaks down religious, racial and social barriers to result in saints who are holy and living victoriously. BHOC is located in Asheville, North Carolina. We are meeting at the Holiday Inn Conference Suite Located at 1450 Tunnel Road, in Asheville, North Carolina.
29 Nov 2018
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Robert Hilles reads his poem Noise Rises from Partake published 2010 from Black Moss Press.
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Woodridge Country Hotel Video. Visit: www.africa24.tv On approaching the entrance to Woodridge Country Hotel, visitors are greeted by the spectacle of Nguni cattle, indigenous to Africa, and are afforded the opportunity to get up close to these regal animals as well as be regaled with the intriguing folk tales that surround them. Affording the opportunity to partake of the tranquil art of fly-fishing on neighbouring Woodlands estate, Woodridge Country Hotel invites you. Contact Details Telephone +27 33 234 4423 Email aimicon***.za Website www.woodridge-estate****
17 Apr 2008
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Just off 417 on John Young Parkway with easy access to 528, I-4, the Florida Turnpike and all local attractions and theme parks. Just as man's most monumental creations started from the simplest of ideas, the grandest things, in nature grew from the smallest seedling of earth. Plant your roots at the Parks at Hunter's Creek where you can watch your backyard develop into a paradise amidst the variety of conveniences in Central Florida. As you make your entrance into The Parks at Hunter's Creek, you will feel yourself being surrounded by your own personal nature preserve far removed from fast-paced urban living. Soon you will find your attitude transformed as you follow meandering roadways and enjoy beautifully planned landscaping that defines the majesty of the community of Hunter's Creek. Delicately placed among meticulous green lawns, The Parks at Hunter's Creek offers generous amenities that invite you to leave your worries outside. At The Parks at Hunter's Creek, richly appointed exteriors entic you to partake of this serene setting artfully planned with a luxuriously detailed clubhouse and business center, inviting swimming pool, extensive health facility, community coordinated events, high spped internet acess, playground, short term 7 month leases and a 40-seat cinema. Situated within the master planned community of Hunter's creek, The Parks at Hunter's Creek is conveniently located near shopping, fine dining, and outdoor recreational activities, and is strategically place close to transportation links and major business opportunities. In addition to the many elegant comforts and hushed, soothing environment at The Parks at Hunter's Creek, your needs will be overseen by an attentive, full service management team. So while you enjoy everything from theme parks to park benchs, you can relax within the spaciousness of your apartment home accented with berber carpeting and ceramic tile which complements the grand outdoor setting and convinces you that The Parks at Hunter's Creek wil be your home for many seasons to come. View these apartments for rent online at ForRent****: *******www.forrent****/apartment-community-profile/1010781.php
16 Apr 2008
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Cliff Grissom tells about one of the numerous embarrassing adventures that him and Wes partake in on the mean streets of Huntington, WV. Cameo by Jake and random girls that Wes, Cliff, and Jake yell at on the street.
28 Apr 2008
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Calibre Bend is surrounded by meandering walkways and skillfully arranged landscaping amidst tall, shady pines and verdant lawns. Lattice-flanked verandahs accented with soft, pastel exteriors invite you to partake of this serene setting which has been artfully planned incorporating a sparkling private community pool, sauna and lighted tennis court to contribute to your completely satisfying lifestyle at Calibre Bend. You can choose a romantic fireplace with built in bookcases, designer wallcoverings and enjoy sequestered terraces which allow just enough of the outdoor surrounds in to convince you that Calibre Bend will be your home for a long time to come. View these apartments for rent online at ForRent****: *******www.forrent****/apartment-community-profile/1003912.php
1 May 2008
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Iron Man & Redbelt Are Predicted To Top The Box Office This Week... Your Box Office Update From Getthedaily**** - Your Online Source For News Hey movie goers! You’re watching GettheDaily****. I’m Dana Ward here with the 4-1-1 on the brand-spanking-new movies opening at the theatres this weekend. The much-awaited Iron Man will likely be taking over the box office. This is an action-adventure film filled with heros and villains alike. Robert Downey Jr stars as a rich inventor who is kidnapped and forced to build a deadly weapon. This smart philanthropist decides to create an indestructible armor suit to escape and then fight evil to save the world. Gwyneth Paltrow, Terrence Howard and other star powers help move along the action-packed comic-based flick. Another high-action flick hitting theatres this weekend is the martial arts drama, Redbelt. A pro jujitsu master finds himself struck by the glitz of Hollywood when he’s asked to contend in prizefighting for the cameras. Before long, he is manipulated into partaking in ultimate-fighting-championship-style bouts with actors. In between getting horrible beatdowns, the martial arts master finds a unique opportunity in the ring to regain his honor. The romantic comedy of the summer will leave you saying ‘I Do’. Made of Honor stars Patrick ‘McDreamy’ Dempsey realizing his best friend of years, played by Michelle Monaghan, is actually the girl-of-his-dreams… and of course it’s just as she tells him she’s engaged. The bride-to-be asks her BOY b-f-f to be her maid-of-honor and from the inside, he’s on a mission to win back his girl’s heart. Another movie all about love and connection between two hearts is Mister Lonely. A Michael Jackson impersonator falls for a Marilyn Monroe impersonator. These two celeb-wannabes live life and travel together, and the comedic drama even introduces a few more of our favorite Old School Hollywood characters. An interesting premise drives the comedy, Son of Rambow. The story follows a young Brit boy in the 80s who is raised in an isolated religious society. He starts on a conquest with a school bully to create their own action epic, after secretly watching his first movie, Rambo: First Blood. If you’re more in the mood for a serious film, check out the war-drama, Fugitive Pieces. It follows the life of a young boy into adulthood, starting with the Nazi invasion of Poland in 1942 and the killing of his parents. He’s smuggled to safety and he’s forced to deal with his past in order to move on to the future. This film is about love, loss and salvation. Plus, there will be a few sneak-peeks of the upcoming comedy, What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas, starring Cameron Diaz and Ashton Kutcher. Thanks for watching Get the Daily. I’m Dana Ward. Check us out on Monday to get the latest box office results for the weekend.
24 Jul 2009
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Devotion to the Sacred Heart is a summary of all which one should do to respond to the love of God. Listen as Fr. outlines the practical steps to this devotion, stressing that it is an act of the will that should spill over into other interior actions (thinking about His sufferings and having heart to heart conversations with Him) and exterior actions (home enthronements, partaking in First Friday devotions) Ave Maria!
5 May 2008
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more video and commentary available at www.sandiegogaslampandnightlife**** From the APSA mysapce: In musical terms, a Tritone is an interval of three whole tones. This can also be distinguished as an augmented fourth or a diminished fifth. In terms of College A Cappella, a Tritone is just one of a group of students from the University of California, San Diego who partakes in musical mayhem without the assistance of non-vocal instruments. The Tritones are UCSD's first co-ed a cappella group, founded in 1996. They also bask in delight at horrible puns such as the name of their group, a tribute to the official mascot of UCSD: a fish-man with a big-ass fork. Check out our website at *******tritones.ucsd.edu/ for more information. Distributed by Tubemogul.
12 May 2008
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The Tradition of Chewing Paan The tradition of chewing betel leaf or paan as it is commonly known in Hindi is age-old and deeply rooted in India. It seems likely that the habit was originally developed in the south east Asian island region in the moist tropical climates. Its basic quality is best described in a stanza from the Kamasutra of Vatsyayana saying: “After cleaning the teeth and having looked into the mirror and having eaten a tambula to render fragrance to the mouth, should a person start his day’s work”. Tambula, as the betel preparation is called in Sanskrit, is derived from the term tamra meaning copper indicating red colour. This red colour is alluded to because of one of the most popular ingredients of paan namely catechu or katha. According to Sushrata, the patriarch of ancient Indian medicine, paan keeps mouth clean strengthens the voice, tongue and teeth and guards against diseases. It is also said to aid in digestion and purify blood. The heart-shaped betel-leaf, or piper betel, is preferably plucked when it is till young and tender and its taste is the best. The cultivation of this creeper needs a lot of care and attention. Dryness and exposure to the sun for too long a period can harm and plant. The betel creeper are usually cultivated under the shade of large trees or under the protection of high bamboo or thatched roofing. Connoisseur, however, feel that the effect of nearby trees on the soil influences the taste of the betel leaves; kapok trees or coconut palms are preferred for shade. After about 20 years of productivity, the leaves of the creepers no longer grow to the desired size of about 14 centimetres length and eight centimetres breadth and lose their spicy, astringent taste. While harvesting, not only single leaves are plucked, but the full creeper with its 15 to 20 leaves. One of the most important ingredients of a betel preparation is the areca nut (which in botanical terms is not a nut, but a seed) the fruit of the areca palm, areca catech, has a slender growth and is often considered to be the most beautiful of the palms. The orange-coloured conical fruit (about six centimetres long) is the most important part of the betel preparation. It is enjoyed both as a raw and soft fruit, and when it is dry and hard. The fruits are harvested just before their complete ripeness, because that is when the active ingredients are most potent. This sed, locally known s supari is the most popular substance in a paan. Its narcotic value, which is appreciated by all chewers of paan is due to an alkaloid called Are Colin which is produced when lime is added to paan. Its stimulating effect increases with excessive chewing. These chemical substances reduce inner restlessness and tensions in habitual paan eaters. However, these ingredients can also cause nausea, giddiness, perspiration and initial symptoms of poisoning in those who are not used to paan. A small content of a volatile oil called betel-oil, in the leaf creates the desired spicy, aromatic and fresh taste in the mouth. In classical literature these effects have been appreciated and it is suggested that one should chew a tambula. “…To lend beauty to the mouth and purify it, to destroy all foul odour…” The oils contained in the betel leaf support the stimulating effect of the other ingredients. The other contents of a prepared paan-roll are basically added for their flavouring and refreshing value. Of these catechu might be the most popular. It is a reddish solution of the heart-wood of the tree Acacia Catechu Wild, locally known as katha. Its astringent and disinfecting principals are the ctechin and catechu tannin causing contraction of the gums. It is therefore, considered a means of preserving and cleansing the mouth and teeth. This liquid causes the redness of the mouth and saliva while chewing the betel leaf. There are a variety of betels leaves grown indifferent parts of Indian and the method of preparation also differs. The delicately flavoured paan from Bengal is known as Desi Mahoba. Maghai and Jagannath are the main paans of Benaras. Paan prepared from small and fragile leaves from south India is known as Chigrlayele. The thicker black paan leaves – the ambadi and Kariyele are more popular and are chewed with tobacco. The earliest known inscriptional reference to tambula is in Mandasor in Madhya Pradesh. It says “(just as) a woman endowed with youth and beauty (and) adorned with the arrangement of golden necklaces and betel leaves and flowers, goes not to meet (her) lover in a secret place until she has put on a pair of coloured silken clothes...” Early Sanskrit texts mention the consumption of betel leaf among the eight enjoyments – incenses, women, clothes, music, bed and food. Since it was deeply connected with enjoyment and erotic play, it is not surprising to find frequent depiction of lovers sharing a betel roll or offering it to each other, or all the necessary utensils and implements for betel, specially in those miniatures depicting romantic themes. These containers are shown lying on the floor near the bed or a couch and in most cases showing decorative perforations which keep the leaves fresh due to the circulation of air. Vatsyayana included betel leaf in the solah shringar, one of the 16 toiletries. It was and still is a part of the religious ritual and is offered to the gods. Pan was however forbidden to widows and students. Ascetics also could not partake of paan because it ws considered an item of enjoyment. Only married men and women were allowed to eat tambula. Betel leaf eating has great significance in the wedding rituals of most provinces of India. Folded betel leaf containing lime, catechu, areca nut, cardamom, etc., are distributed at wedding parties. The Kathi women of Saurashtra make highly ornate bags for keeping areca nuts to be distributed to the guests at wedding parties. In Maharashtra there is a special wedding custom in which the bride holds a betel roll in her mouth half of which the bridegroom bites from the other end. Betel boxes also were commonly a part of the gifts to the bride and bridegroom from their respective fathers-in-law. Betel boxes today have become a part of Indian artefacts. They were once an integral part of the household. The most characteristic feature of all of them away the perforation work either in the lid or in the entire case. The perforation added beauty and ornateness to the betel boxes and at the same time kept the leaves fresh for a longer period. Some betel boxes were recreated in shapes, like that of a pumpkin, a melon, a flower, a mango etc., other were shaped like peacocks and parrots. Boxes re made with or without inner compartments. Usually there is a flat tray inside on which betel leaves and the nut-cracker are placed. Underneath the plate there are different compartments for the various ingredients. Before the introduction of sophisticated materials and methods of construction, often the betel boxes were made of khas grass or even terracotta which were kept wet by sprinkling water so that the leaves remained fresh. A combination of charming forms and functional devices made the everyday life of a traditional house much richer and devoid of the jerky dichotomy of art and utility. Art was separated from the conviviality of its users. It was certainly for the rasika, and not only for the elite. Preparing paan at home may be out-dated and considered a time consuming process today but eating paan is still apart of Indian habit. After lunch and after dinner people inevitably make their way to the tiny paan shops located at every street corner.Paan shops are a part of the Indian culture. Paan sellers with their makeshift kiosks are a source of entertainment and information. Come evening one finds youths of the neighbourhood converge at this small corner to discuss the day’s events or hold a heated discussion on the latest national or international happening with the paan wallah, as the paan seeler is called, pitching in actively. But business is never forgotten. Bidas of paan are briskly passed around to liven up the discussion and profit.It is surprising how these little commercial set ups with their brass containers lined in front are keeping alive a culture that originated centuries ago.
28 Nov 2008
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Ave Maria! This week, Dr Mark Miravalle talks about our Lady's role as Mediatrix of Graces, a part of which we all must partake. The title 'Mediatrix' does not make her equal with Christ, or make her anything above Our Lord. She willfully cooperated with God's plan in order to distribute the many graces which Our Lord gained for mankind on the Cross at Cavalry. By her steadfast love and endurance, Our Lady gained much merit, which she gladly gives to those who implore her motherly aid.Ave Maria!
16 Jun 2008
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We invite you all to partake in Pop music history. Unsigned - The worlds first Popumentary is a brand new fly on the wall ser We invite you all to partake in Pop music history. Unsigned - The worlds first Popumentary is a brand new fly on the wall series following the exploits of hotly tipped new boy band 'The Elements' hailed as the next big thing in British pop. Find out what life is really like in a 'Noughtys' boy band in this exciting new series
17 Jun 2008
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The Modern Football Player (2007) Modern Football Player represents the fashionable, current way football players are seen by people. They are considered to be the new Gods; leaders whom to follow and copy. Focus of this installation, definitely severe and boundary-setting in its communication, is to draws a parallel between religion, more specifically Catholicism and modern, somehow distorted- sports leading figures. As the football player, contemporary icon and god-like figure, raises the ball above his head to signify his control over as well as his possession of it, and his glory over success during public exposure, so does the priest raise above his head the holy wafer during the consecration liturgy, to indicate the strength he absorbs from a power not everyone can partake in, the apogee of his divine sharing. Control lays in the hands of the chosen few, who can act as entertainers, guides, icons, figures into which everyone can project their frustrated narcissistic phantasies of omnipotence and glory, of being part of an elite, of being extolled for their much envied uniqueness. In Church, as in the stadium, Fab3 suggests that one can bask for a while in the spotlight/divine light of those who are above, unreachable, those who cannot be antagonised but are there to impose an agonising standard, not to be reached but to be feared. Like paternal figures, seductive, potent, powerful, yet castrating, football player and priest cannot but be celebrated, thus relieve those in their presence of either their inferiority concerns or of their own fantasies of divine rule over others. The spectators/church-goers are stripped of their individuality by being portrayed through stick-figures, smaller in size, naked of any humanity, standing begging for meaning, for the glorified father to blow the air of life into them, to acknowledge their right to existence. Partaking in one's glory makes them glorious, protects them from the potential fury of those who seem so overpowering. Being their admirer secures a VIP ticket to "heaven". The spectators/believers are there precisely in order to highlight the divinity of the superhuman, whom they both envy, desire, need, and fear. There is no real relation between spectators and the superhuman figure of the football player, other than a fantasy net, knitted for different purpose on each side, to support the distance between them. The crowd needs to be hypnotised, for no other state of mind could tolerate that segregation. They, football player and priest alike, have access to the divine mother, the super-model wife, the wealth of glory, fame, and paradise. Here the phrase "if you can't beat them, join them" best describes the committed disavowal of one's own uniqueness and placement of it on a figure outside the self that can be safely loved or hated, act as a protector, entertainer, or demagogue. The interdependence of crowd and superhuman figure is astounding, as is the understanding that one can be on either side. Fab3 brings us through this installation to the peeping hole that offers view to our own relationships, public and private, sexual and political, religious and racial, familial and social.
7 Jul 2008
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The Modern Football Player (2007) Modern Football Player represents the fashionable, current way football players are seen by people. They are considered to be the new Gods; leaders whom to follow and copy. Focus of this installation, definitely severe and boundary-setting in its communication, is to draws a parallel between religion, more specifically Catholicism and modern, somehow distorted- sports leading figures. As the football player, contemporary icon and god-like figure, raises the ball above his head to signify his control over as well as his possession of it, and his glory over success during public exposure, so does the priest raise above his head the holy wafer during the consecration liturgy, to indicate the strength he absorbs from a power not everyone can partake in, the apogee of his divine sharing. Control lays in the hands of the chosen few, who can act as entertainers, guides, icons, figures into which everyone can project their frustrated narcissistic phantasies of omnipotence and glory, of being part of an elite, of being extolled for their much envied uniqueness. In Church, as in the stadium, Fab3 suggests that one can bask for a while in the spotlight/divine light of those who are above, unreachable, those who cannot be antagonised but are there to impose an agonising standard, not to be reached but to be feared. Like paternal figures, seductive, potent, powerful, yet castrating, football player and priest cannot but be celebrated, thus relieve those in their presence of either their inferiority concerns or of their own fantasies of divine rule over others. The spectators/church-goers are stripped of their individuality by being portrayed through stick-figures, smaller in size, naked of any humanity, standing begging for meaning, for the glorified father to blow the air of life into them, to acknowledge their right to existence. Partaking in one's glory makes them glorious, protects them from the potential fury of those who seem so overpowering. Being their admirer secures a VIP ticket to "heaven". The spectators/believers are there precisely in order to highlight the divinity of the superhuman, whom they both envy, desire, need, and fear. There is no real relation between spectators and the superhuman figure of the football player, other than a fantasy net, knitted for different purpose on each side, to support the distance between them. The crowd needs to be hypnotised, for no other state of mind could tolerate that segregation. They, football player and priest alike, have access to the divine mother, the super-model wife, the wealth of glory, fame, and paradise. Here the phrase "if you can't beat them, join them" best describes the committed disavowal of one's own uniqueness and placement of it on a figure outside the self that can be safely loved or hated, act as a protector, entertainer, or demagogue. The interdependence of crowd and superhuman figure is astounding, as is the understanding that one can be on either side. Fab3 brings us through this installation to the peeping hole that offers view to our own relationships, public and private, sexual and political, religious and racial, familial and social.
7 Jul 2008
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Ave Maria! At the Monastery of Bethlehem, of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and of St. Bruno in Livingston Manor, NY one sees the Byzantine and Eastern traditions reflected in the architecture of their Monastery Chapel and the hermitage chapels. Apart from any consideration of sin, the structure of God's plan is union with the Most Holy Trinity through the mediation of Jesus and Mary. Thus the Incarnation elevates man to be a partaker of the divine nature--what the Greek Fathers call theosis, divinization, or deification. If man had not sinned, there would still be the mediation of Jesus and Mary; there would still be adoption as children in Christ Jesus and divinization; but there would have been no need for the Cross, for Redemption. Sin or no sin, the Divine Architect has the same design--Come to Me through Jesus Christ and His Immaculate Mother!This video series is based on the book A Primer on the Absolute Primacy of Christ by the host Fr. Maximilian M. Dean, FI. Ave Maria!
18 Jul 2008
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A video set the Rob Zombie song "House of 1000 Corpses". <P> What this video ultimately means to me is the figurative death of my former self. It is a life I lived, whose path led only to ruin. It is a declaration that I have died to that life, and intend to live a life that allows me to receive my share of the abundance that the infinite power of the universe waits to provide for everyone. It also represents my hope and intention that my friends (the people I love) will die to that life as well. It is my statement of faith that I know and believe that the creator of everything is making this a reality. I made the video as graphic as I could handle (we live in a very graphic world nowadays) so that it would evoke an emotional response from whoever watches it. However, none of the images depicting death or cannibalism were real. That is why they flash by so quick - so people won't have the time to see how fake they are. What I am hoping for is that the reactions people have of the video will reveal a portion of their true nature. Those who celebrate and love partying and carrying on will believe it glorifies that kind of behavior and like the video for that reason. Those who hate the behavior depicted in the video will hate it. It also follows that those who partake in thoughts of death and the macabre will believe the video espouses and represents the same thoughts and emotions they have regarding our mortality. Everyone should have a different emotional response. But to me, the creator of the video, it means that I leave that life in the past. I no longer intend to participate in that kind of life. I have ultimately given it a death sentence and ended that life forever. I am no longer that person, and I never intend to walk that path again. It serves me as a reminder that I was dead to the reality of who I really am, and I have since died to the life I thought I wanted and needed. ---------------------------- House of 1000 Corpses by Rob Zombie (Lyrics) She got a corpse under her bed She had her fun but now he's dead Her momma said come feed desire Her brother said hey, throw him on the fire This is the house - come on in This is the house - built on sin This is the house - nobody lives This is the house - you get what you give Yeah yeah I cut the flesh and make it bleed Fresh skin is what I need I let it dry out in the wood And all your crying did no good, yeah This is the house - come on in This is the house - built on sin This is the house - nobody lives This is the house - you get what you give Yeah yeah Now you're lying on the floor Yeah, you ca'nt take anymore The Devil's laughing in your face Give me another taste, yeah
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