The first music I remember was some song which I heard from radio when I was a child. Storge — family love The love a parent has for a child, or a child has for a favourite aunt or uncle. Usually what I see around is just one of them. The love which makes a friend care for their former school friend who has become vulnerable in later life. The strength to care for ourselves so that we can in turn care for others.
One prefers an absolute end, another takes a new body in body shop and some chose the deathless state. The fluttering heart and feelings of euphoria; the slightly dangerous sensation. Our Thames-side site is also being transformed by several large-scale indoor and outdoor installations and artworks. Unlike in our culture, in Ancient Kuzhebar the laughter was not the antithesis of seriousness, but it was the part of it. There are more versions, but now it is impossible to say, which one is right, because ancient Kuzhebarans were able to create alternative tunnels of reality and had the ability to exist in many times and places simultaneously. Speaking about the Ancient Kuzhebar culture as being very old, is simply a convention. Could you explain us the basic principles of the Ancient Kuzhebar religion? This is not vanity, like narcissism, but our joy in being true to our own values. The first music I remember was some song which I heard from radio when I was a child. If you know how to use their power you can touch special things in human beings, which you cannot access with modern familiar instruments. Find out about the Storge Weekend Pragma — love which endures The love between a married couple which develops over a long period of time. All of us hold feelings for others, but these feelings differ according to the people and the circumstance. In Ancient Kuzhebar Humour and the Laugh were considered to be the most serious spiritual and psychic-energetic practice. Usually what I see around is just one of them. Our festival, which celebrates the Same Sex Couple Act, features an exciting programme of free events, differently- themed weekends, performances, poetry, talks and pop-ups. Find out about the Philia Weekend Ludus — flirting, playful affection The feelings we have when we test out what it might be like to be in love with someone. Find out about the Pragma Weekend Philautia — self-respect The love we give to ourselves. The love which endures in sickness and in health. Find out about the Philautia Weekend Philia — shared experience The love we feel for people we strive with to achieve a shared goal — our co-workers, the players in a football or netball team, the soldiers in an army. The love a foster parent feels for the children in her care and the love a grandparent feels for the child adopted by his son- and daughter-in-law. They considered them to be forces, representants of other dimensions with whom one could interact or ally. Storge — family love The love a parent has for a child, or a child has for a favourite aunt or uncle. Ancient overtone instruments have direct access to some magic inside us. I did some things to forget it. These creatures are still alive and we have just detected two of them. The Ancient Greeks had around 30 words to describe Love in all its shades and complexities.
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