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> Bush gets mixed reception at Christian college


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Posted: May 23 2005, 11:02 PM
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This is cool!

True Christians standing up to tyranny.

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Bush gets mixed reception at Christian college
Mon May 23, 2005
By Caren Bohan

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (Reuters) - President Bush on Saturday championed faith in American society, but ran into some criticism as he courted his Christian base in a commencement speech at a Michigan college.

"We need to support and encourage the institutions and pursuits that bring us together. And we learn how to come together by participating in our churches and temples and mosques and synagogues," Bush told graduating seniors at Calvin College, a Christian liberal-arts college.

The college describes itself as a "center of faith-anchored liberal arts teaching and scholarship," and Bush has aggressively sought to reinforce his support among religious conservatives who helped deliver him a reelection victory in 2004.

But anti-Bush ads that ran in the local newspaper, protests outside the event and buttons worn on graduates' robes made clear that many students and faculty objected to Bush's policies.

"We believe your administration has launched an unjust and unjustified war in Iraq," said a letter signed by about one-third of the college's 300 faculty members and published in Saturday's Grand Rapids Press.

"As Christians, we are called to be peacemakers and to initiate war only as a last resort," it said.

The letter criticized economic policies that it said favored the wealthy over the poor, and faulted Bush for mixing religion and politics and exhibiting and "intolerance" for others' views.

It cited "conflicts between our understanding of what Christians are called to do and many of the policies of your administration."

The letter followed an earlier ad by students, alumni and faculty who said they were troubled that Bush was to be the commencement speaker.

Bush's speech emphasized community service and he urged graduates to volunteer. "This isn't a Democrat idea. This isn't a Republican idea. This is an American idea," he said.

Some graduating students wore buttons that said "God is not a Democrat or a Republican."

A few dozen protesters gathered outside, carrying signs that read, "Conservatives and moderates reject extremism" and "Thou shalt not torture."

But there were also many Bush supporters, with placards that said, "We love Bush" and "Cutie pie."

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Posted: Jun 3 2005, 05:01 AM
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Fat is stored heat. The measure of that heat is a calorie. A calorie is the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of one thousandth of a kilogram of water, one degree Celsius at sea level.

Hell is cold; heaven is nice and warm. Trust me on that one. Fear is a form of hell; it is cold. When we are scared or insecure we seek heat. That may come in the form of laughter, or an embrace, or the warmth of other's personality, or it may be heat in the form of sex. But usually we treat the icy blasts of our threatened psychology with food. A Big Mac is 600 calories of heat. Two slices of pizza are 560 calories. Spaghetti with sauce is 820 calories. A pound of fat on your waist or hips is equivalent to 3500 calories of stored fear. It's all mathematics.

Women doing light office work say, burn about 2200-2500 calories a day, depending on their height and weight. Men use about 10% more than women, up to about 3000 a day, if the man is six feet tall. If you do really hard physical work like digging ditches for a living, you can add about 500 calories a day to your needs.

Doctors say you should exercise everyday; doctors almost never get old, they usually die young. You can lose a little weight thinking about that; the electricity in the brain needs calories to operate successfully. Deepak Chopra once told me that if you exercise each day you only increase your lifespan by exactly the amount of time you have been running about. I can't see the point of it myself. Certainly you can burn about 60-80 calories an hour rushing about at the gym, but it always seems a lot of effort; it's not activity well suited to the gentle mind, especially when you can save a 100 calories if you drop just one piece of bacon from your breakfast. Still, if you walk to the pub rather than drive round it may help you a bit, who knows?

Crash-bang Hollywood diets usually work but if you lose weight quickly you will put it right back on again. You have to train your mind to be less fearful and cold, and you have to train your body to consume less heat. If you can get down to ingesting just 1500-1700 calories a day, you will lose weight gently over a period of time and you'll train your body and your appetite to get used to it. It's a mind-set first, and a personal discipline second. 1500-1700 calories a day is quite a lot of food; you won't starve, if you consume your calories wisely. Obviously, salads and vegetables have hardly any calories at all, but the dressings can catch you out. One tablespoon of butter, oil or margarine is 100 calories.

Westerners are often emotionally cold, blob-like people that worry a lot. If you start your weight loss plan by developing a warmer, less scary lifestyle that will help with food craving because you don't need the sudden influxes of heat to cope with the fear, and if you learn to meditate it helps you stay calm. I took to the Taoist philosophy a long time ago. It's very detached. If the airplane goes down, you shrug and die. If it rains, you get wet. The Taoist accepts that the way things are is the way things are. It's not Taoist to fight against circumstances, or to try to control others, or force them into actions you approve of. Acceptance is the key to the Taoist way of looking at things.

It doesn't work for me all the time and I sometimes rant and rave and shake my fist at the gods, but I didn't come here to be perfect and nor did you. If we were perfect we'd be flying about with little wings firing good ideas at loads of rather hopeless humans below. If I ever make it to the status of angel I want to be the angel of “Staring into the Distance, Humming.”

Humming uses calories but not many.



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Posted: Jul 27 2005, 04:27 PM
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Hi BHT,

Well way of topic, but what the heck...

Your description of that diet sound to me like "the zone" diet from barry sears.

Actually is not a diet but a life plan about eating. I read a couple of books of the guy and follow it for 1.5 years. He also says that food is 80% responsible for maintaining your fat levels and exercise only 20%. So a lot of people running in the gym, eating later all the fattys and keep up paying a well developed and rich industry in fitness etc.

and most important: it's a mind-set.

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Bubba Ho-Tep = Tiffany.

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