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Blaise Fireplace Fender

Fender is sturdy enough for seating, with framework made of hand forged metal with twisted metal accents and coffee bronze patina. Top and bottom rails are warm walnut burl wood.

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Price : $268 USD
Blaise Fireplace Fender

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We converted our fia

We converted our fiarplece to Finishing Touch Products fire glass which is an amazing product which burns clean and safe for the environment. It’s ultra clean and a great alternative to messy burnt logs and standard ceramic fiarplece log systems. by Bagas posted on Monday, October 19, 2015

In the twin worlds o

In the twin worlds of sacoil opinion and geopolitics this means two things to me. On the one hand, there is that hope I keep reading about (social opinion). On the other hand, it doesn't change foreign policy one lick (geopolitics).My concern is actually that if Obama gets bogged down in Afghanistan which is likely his peace prize will come to be seen as something of a joke.But I'm still a stubborn optimist and prefer to view this as something that might give a tiny bit of clout to his dealings at least until that effect wears off. The only thing I am confident of is that this seems more important than it actually is. by Sandra posted on Tuesday, October 20, 2015

I've always been inr

I've always been inrspied by a thought I first heard expressed by astronomer Carl Sagan in his Cosmos series that we are star stuff that has achieved consciousness, a part of the Universe which has developed the ability to think about itself, and to reflect upon what it means. I've also enjoyed Annie Dillard's observation (which I believe is contained in our hymn book) that we are here to abet creation and to witness it so that nature need not play to an empty house. And yet despite this extremely naturalistic orientation, I still find traditional God language like Creator, Spirit, Soul, Mother (Earth/Gaia) and Father (Abba) VERY useful, helpful, and meaningful, even though they are mostly metaphors for things I often experience, but know I will never fully understand. A final quotation, attributed to Socrates in Xenophon's Economics (Oikonomikos): Furthermore the Earth (Gaia), being a goddess, teaches justice, in that she gives the most to those who serve her best. Don't you wish THAT ethic was still the driving principle of our economy today? [url=]gpihsfj[/url] [link=]hpufhxcskse[/link] by Robin posted on Thursday, October 22, 2015

OMG, you should so <

OMG, you should so toatlly NOT ask me this question while I still have 16 more days of single-parenting living in my parent's house. Right now, just about everything annoys me.The two current behaviours topping list:* I don't like what's for lunch or dinner (it's not going to change buddy, grandma & grandpa's cooking) and then he eats whatever I throw on his plate.* I need help! (In a very whiny voice) from the almost 4-year-old who knew very well how to use the bathroom all by herself before we got here.And your new design is a little bit too dramatic for me very vampire-like I'm agreeing with Jan. But I miss you and the rest of the girls like crazy, can't wait to de-brief the summer! by Ana posted on Friday, October 23, 2015

Hi Eclectic Cleric,

Hi Eclectic Cleric, thanks for your totughhs. Yes, I love Carl's sentiments too. My overall feeling is that God-language needs to use many names (don't we have a hymn about that? LOL). Each points to a small aspect of the Holy, but no one name is adequate to encompass the Whole. I do think that the whole mother earth cliche needs to be explored a little more deeply than most people have done. I enjoyed your profile, especially your comment about favorite books. I'm still working on my profile and may have to co-opt that phrase for myself! Rebecca [url=]sqgtdds[/url] [link=]fipbkymrxvk[/link] by Mahamed posted on Sunday, October 25, 2015



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