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Can Christians study bushido code and miyamoto's 21 principles? Anonymous 18/07/29(Sun)04:57 No. 13575 Board: /phi/ ID: 7e9ea9 [Reply]

Hay anons

I am of the Christian faith, but my weeb self also loves Japan so much that I decided to start looking into bushido code. The other day I came across "Miyamoto Musashi's" 21 principles for life. I am worried about reading these principles because i read that they are heavily derived from daoism. As a Christian should i not be reading these? I've read that it is okay for christians to read different philsophies, but i feel like a philosophy heavily rooted in another religion is treading on dangerous territory. maybe i am overthinking this?

Miyamoto Musashi is suppose to be the most famous samurai of all time so i thought it'd be cool to read and try to start considering his principles.


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Anonymous 18/07/30(Mon)23:18 No. 13586 ID: 1209a2

if you truly understand the message of Christ, learning all other religious traditions and ideas will only strengthen and reinforce your Christian understanding. You have nothing to fear, or even feel the least bit strange about.




Anonymous 17/05/07(Sun)10:58 No. 25100 Board: /co/ [Reply]
25100

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Let's cast comic characters that haven't made it to the screen yet.

I always thought Tricia Helfer had the right look for Black Cat.




The Tao of Seneca Anonymous 17/05/02(Tue)23:08 No. 12916 Board: /phi/ ID: 379359 [Reply]

does anyone have "the tao of Seneca"




Yes 18/04/12(Thu)20:52 No. 17870 Board: /lit/ [Reply]
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Can anybody help me. I'm looking for a book, but i cant find it no matter how hard I try.
It's name: Mathematics for everyman.
Author: Egmont Colerus

Help. Please.




Shambler 13/09/07(Sat)15:10 No. 4789 Board: /zom/ ID: cb9fa8 [Reply]
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>http://inhabitat.com/auriga-leader-cargo-ship-gets-power-from-solar-panels/

This is THE only way to survive.
There is no other.

Somebody crowdfund this.


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Shambler 13/09/20(Fri)08:46 No. 4802 ID: bc2ae1

"propelled in part by the suns rays" sticks out in the article, i suspect it still needs fuel to move, it's just the electrical grid is powered by solar energy.


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Shambler 13/09/21(Sat)03:04 No. 4803 ID: 94000d

>While other ships have used solar panels before to power small electronics like auxiliary lights, the Auriga Leader is the first craft to direct solar power into the ship’s main electrical grid. Energy from 328 panels is helping to power the ship’s thrusters, hydraulics and steering gear, providing about 10 percent of the ship’s total electricity usage.

On the bright side when your ship runs out of fuel and you're doomed to drift until your supplies run out/sink/run aground, you'll have plenty of power to watch porn.




Shambler 14/06/12(Thu)05:09 No. 5136 Board: /zom/ ID: 8aa1bf [Reply]
5136

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Anyone playing 7 Days To Die?


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Shambler 14/06/27(Fri)23:09 No. 5149 ID: 93ddce

>>5136
I have been playing this recently. I pirated it and hosted a server for me and my friends but they all got bored of it. Decent game as is, will only get better with more content.




Darth_Wanker 12/05/23(Wed)20:56 No. 3229 Board: /zom/ ID: fcdd67 [Reply]
3229

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Which celebrity or famous figure (living or dead) would you choose as your sidekick, and why? Myself, Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt because he was pretty much a living Chuck Norris joke. An experienced soldier, he and his regiment the "Rough Riders" won critical battles during the Spanish-American war which led to a U.S. victory. As commissioner of the NYPD, instead of sitting in his cushy office all day, he would go undercover and root out deceit and corruption in his police force wherever he found it, promptly dismissing and beating the ever-loving shit of any one of his officers he found accepting bribes or slacking off. Lastly, he showed crucial survival skills, fighting disease, the elements, and hostile tribes and living off the jungle for AN ENTIRE YEAR.

Interested in others thoughts and contributions. Commence.


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Shambler 13/10/03(Thu)14:24 No. 4819 ID: ca12bb

genghis won't be so alpha when I introduce him to KFC... he'll be a boomer soon enough


I've got to admit, gordon freeman makes people with glasses, a short haircut and one of those little beard thingies, while being skinny

not look bad at all, especially with the way he just starts crowbarring faces when shit hits the fan

and sometimes, he just crowbars the fan


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Shambler 13/10/09(Wed)00:38 No. 4834 ID: 4f15e1
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>>3229
Don't know dude probably bill murray. Maybe even Starscream or uncle Leonard.


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Shambler 13/10/09(Wed)16:09 No. 4839 ID: ee3001

Jesus Christ
Turns undead, provides infinite fish, bread and wine and can cure any ailments (including infection).

/Amen




humor DW13 14/12/07(Sun)09:57 No. 5298 Board: /zom/ ID: 31ce6b [Reply]
5298

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Anyone have anything humorous in here, rather than sifting through a shit-load of threads just to look for one?


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DW13 14/12/07(Sun)09:59 No. 5301 ID: 31ce6b
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DW13 14/12/07(Sun)09:59 No. 5302 ID: 31ce6b
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Shambler 15/02/02(Mon)16:03 No. 5348 ID: 958e2f
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Anonymous 17/02/22(Wed)11:58 No. 19487 Board: /fit/ [Reply]
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>Me and my manlet gymbro hit the gym last night
>after the warmup we're heading to the squatrack
>and right outta nowhere, SHE comes in
>6'1 dark hair, just like mathilda from leon. shorts showing ass
>looks like my ex
>wouldfuckingbang.png
>she decides to stand next to us to do some gay ass nigga squats with that cushin shit on your back
>she moans like a lioness in heat
>i'm already doing the second rep
>she starts to moan and sweat even more
>the air smells like sex
>can't fucking concentrate because dick gets hard
>can't stop looking at her ass while she squats in the mirror
>This gains goblin wants to ruin my fucking workout
>finish set and go to another part of the gym
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John Smith 17/11/22(Wed)12:55 No. 46281 Board: /eh/ [Reply]
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I am thirty in less than three months. Once upon a time, I spent hours on 7chan every night. Now I check it maybe twice a year. I wonder if 7chan will be here in another ten years? I wonder what all my old friends are doing now? I feel like those than also frequented here back then are all in a similar situation to me now. Different lives, obviously, but I doubt they check here much.


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John Smith 18/01/16(Tue)22:29 No. 46386

>>46377
Nicely said John.

>>46378
>>46384
Well, I'm glad I might be wrong. I like this website and I hope it's around for a long, long time.


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John Smith 18/03/25(Sun)05:43 No. 46471

Hello, John. I just recently posted a thread remarkably similar in situation to yours. Unfortunately I decided to post the thread well in advance of reading the others. This was an error in judgment in retrospect.

There is nothing wrong with wondering if 7chan will be here in another 10 years. I wondered the same thing. However, it seems like there is as will to make exactly that happen. Too many have fond memories of 7chan. Enough to sustain it. Perhaps they developed new memories and acquaintances that are worth the host bill. I'm sorry to say I have not contributed to the host bill, but there are a lot of needy children in Africa I also have ignored, so I don't feel quite that bad.

Life is not what any of us expected it to be, but the human experience is not quite what any of us expected, I've learned to expect.


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John Smith 18/04/11(Wed)21:02 No. 46537
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Perhaps they're lurking among us? Don't worry about it too much. John . I'm sure they haven't forgotten about you. I know i certainly haven't forgotten any kind people I've met over the years. Who knows? Perhaps they're out on bigger and greater things in their lives. But their memory lives on with you so what not going to change unless you forget




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