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1. Liberal Quakers (100%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8038_1.html
2. Unitarian Universalism (95%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8041_1.html
3. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (95%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8028_1.html
4. Neo-Pagan (94%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8058_1.html
5. New Age (90%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8055_1.html
6. Mahayana Buddhism (82%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8045_1.html
7. Bahá’í Faith (81%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8051_1.html
8. New Thought (74%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8056_1.html
9. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (72%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8039_1.html
10. Sikhism (69%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8049_1.html
11. Hinduism (65%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8047_1.html
12. Theravada Buddhism (64%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8042_1.html
13. Taoism (60%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8059_1.html
14. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (60%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8035_1.html
15. Orthodox Quaker (58%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8037_1.html
16. Reform Judaism (58%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8054_1.html
17. Secular Humanism (58%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8040_1.html
18. Scientology (55%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8057_1.html
19. Jainism (52%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8048_1.html
20. Jehovah’s Witness (45%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8034_1.html
21. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (45%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8029_1.html
22. Nontheist (38%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8027_1.html
23. Orthodox Judaism (33%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8053_1.html
24. Seventh Day Adventist (30%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8036_1.html
25. Eastern Orthodox (22%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8033_1.html
26. Islam (22%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8052_1.html
27. Roman Catholic (22%) http://www.beliefnet.com/story/80/story_8030_1.html
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I was reading here and then here and then this resulted:
citys I want to live in at some point
New Orleans, LA
cities I can see myself living in:
Key West Florida
Los Angeles, CA
States and Citites that I don’t even want to visit let alone live there
Salt Lake City, UT
Places I’ve already lived
San Fernando Valley
San Gabriel Valley
I really think that you know when you’ve found the work that you are supposed to be doing, I mean the work that you are built to do, when you find yourself working 12 hour days and still lovin it. I’m feeling like I’m fed everytime I think of new ads, or whenever I get to talk with someone about this Opportunity..I think part of the reason is that it is working with a company that really has a clear Mission Statement, one that truly does want to make the lives of those it touches better. The money doesn’t hurt either. Where else can you make money and earn an income by referring other to products that are going to make there lives more healthy and better off. I am really happy about working for myself. A friend of mine asked me why I keep looking for work outside of my home based business, I told them that if I were to get the job at Adobe or even another contract it is because I like doing computer work, it is more of a hobby just like working in a bookstore would be. There is also the whole growing a business aspect. I’m new with this and so my checks every month aren’t all that large right now. They will be even within the next 2 months so that’s why I’m still looking for other work because I like doing other things and because the money allows me to grow the business that I really like to do.
Things have been really busy lately here at the North End Ranch. I dd have my interview at Adobe, all 3.5 hours of teleconfernce. It was at least interesting a compliment to my abilitys to be asked to interview. I think I did well, but how would I know otherwise. Our anniversary was also last week, we went and had a few cocktails up on the hill. It was nice, a bit internse as one of Mikes particularly nasty ex’s was there. I was very proud of him as he found the courage to confront the guy in a healthy way. It wasn’t mean or anything like that it was mostly just pulling it together to be able to talk with him. I also found out that Mike actuallys reads my livejournal, he was upset about some of the things that I’ve said here. I tried to explain to him that this is my journal and that if he doesn’t want to know don’t read. I love him and like all couples he pisses me off at times there are things that I don’t always like just as I’m sure there are things about me that he doesn’t like. Anyway, it was good to talk about it with him.
That’s pretty much catches up with everything that’s going on here.
it’s too darn hot. I’ve gotten 4 calls in the past 3 days for possible work. Today, I had a phone interview with Adobe. I’m hopeful. it’s only 830 and already Mike has fallen asleep watching TV. Are we too married or what? makes me wonder what the point of moving dowtown and paying higher rent would be if we don’t really go out much in the first place.
It seems to me that the Palestinians by and large are there own worst enemy when it comes to Israel. They want there homeland back (which I can understand) but instead of working through the peace process there are some that would chose violence and destruction. It just doesn’t make sense to me that you would destroy that which you want. I empathize tremendously with the innocents caught in this serial pattern of violence. It makes me that much more thankful that I was lucky enough to have been born here on not in the Middle East.
Sometimes I just think to myself what a shit he is. Why should I bother. What is it about the people we most care about that pisses us off the most easily and the most deeply.
I went for my walk yesterday and came up with idea that I wanted to at least make sure I got down in writing. I’m thinking about doing 2 entrys a day, a morning and an evening. The morning will have my meditation for the day ( from Science of Mind mag) along with what I hope to accomplish for the day. The evening will contain a review of the day along with whatever I’ve learned. I realize that this may be a bit boring for those of you that read this, but than again maybe it won’t be we’ll have to see.
Today was a pretty restful day. I worked a bit on the new Playbears.com. I got boot loads of leads that I need to call on tomorrow, so I organized everything to get a jump start on work. I should be hearing from Apex systems about a contract up in Bothell, the pay rate is really low, but it’s work and might be a good thing. I also got a call for a streaming video contract downtown. I’m going to go watch some TV for a bit.
Reading this shannonkringen and being the gallery whores that Mike and I both are, we have a date to go see pretty pictures on the 20th. Why the 20th, cause we’ll be able to make a day of it. We like to eat our way end to end down Pikes Market. a few things from select shops brought down to the waterfront on a nice day, is almost like a Seattle picnic. This time however, I’ll remember to call the bavarian deli and reserve my pound of german potato salad. time for more coffee, and off to GreenLake before the crowds get there.