• What do you think of Proverbs 25:21,22? Are we to be nice to our enemies so we can cause fire upon dance over their heads?

    Best answer: Have You heard, kill them with kindness? Well, it's not exactly the same thing. We are to love our enemies but in doing so, the kindness drives them crazy. People who believe that they are your enemy will have a hard time feeling like You ignore their criticism and in turn treat them well. They are beyond their... show more
    Best answer: Have You heard, kill them with kindness? Well, it's not exactly the same thing. We are to love our enemies but in doing so, the kindness drives them crazy. People who believe that they are your enemy will have a hard time feeling like You ignore their criticism and in turn treat them well. They are beyond their comfort zone as they enjoy making others miserable. But Christians aren't supposed to treat others well just to annoy them.
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is this a good quote?

    Best answer: It looks more like an insult than anything else. If you like to insult, the quote is good; if you like to be tolerant and civil, the quote is not good.
    Best answer: It looks more like an insult than anything else. If you like to insult, the quote is good; if you like to be tolerant and civil, the quote is not good.
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • What does it mean if someone accuses you of having a "Facebook mouth", please, y'all?

    I've never heard that saying before in my life.
    I've never heard that saying before in my life.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is your favorite quote ever?

    13 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is your favourite quote?

    Best answer: Mine would be. "Never explain, friends don't need it an enemies won't believe it."
    Best answer: Mine would be. "Never explain, friends don't need it an enemies won't believe it."
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What are these [ ]?

    Best answer: Those ARE "brackets." These () are "parentheses." The square brackets [ ] are used to indicate that the words inside them were not part of the original quote, but were added or corrected by the person who's using the quote to make it more understandable by adding context, changing the tense... show more
    Best answer: Those ARE "brackets." These () are "parentheses."

    The square brackets [ ] are used to indicate that the words inside them were not part of the original quote, but were added or corrected by the person who's using the quote to make it more understandable by adding context, changing the tense of a verb, etc.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Trump once said that anyone who pleads the fifth is guilty?

    Best answer: Trump always speaks in the moment. He says just whatever he'd like to say, whatever he'd like to be true, because he knows that's what his fans like. Truth is not his biggest priority (or even a priority). What the Republican voter would LIKE to believe is much more important than truth. And in a... show more
    Best answer: Trump always speaks in the moment. He says just whatever he'd like to say, whatever he'd like to be true, because he knows that's what his fans like. Truth is not his biggest priority (or even a priority). What the Republican voter would LIKE to believe is much more important than truth.

    And in a way he's totally right. I think most of Trump's fans (and certainly those who work for him) know he's a crook and did illegal things. They don't believe Trump should be held accountable for these things. He HAD to do them to accomplish what he wanted to accomplish, and laws shouldn't hamper Republican politicians or the big corporations that sponsor them. His fans don't believe he never colluded with Russians or got foreign sponsorship or ignored the emoluments clause or paid pornstars to keep their mouths shut. They believe he should get a pass on those things, because the alternative was 'communism' or 'fascism' with Hilary (and to most Republicans those words mean exactly the same thing!)
    13 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What does this quote from The Scarlet Ibis mean?

    "Pride is a wonderful, terrible thing".
    "Pride is a wonderful, terrible thing".
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • 3 people on here lead me back to the Genius of Pascal on what is lacking in the world?

    “Truth is so obscure in these times, and falsehood so established, that, unless we love the truth, we cannot know it.” ― Blaise Pascal
    “Truth is so obscure in these times, and falsehood so established, that, unless we love the truth, we cannot know it.” ― Blaise Pascal
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I'm going to Centrelink tomorrow can i take an esky with me?

    Best answer: An esky? The last time I went, I wished I'd taken a can of air-freshener with me.
    Best answer: An esky? The last time I went, I wished I'd taken a can of air-freshener with me.
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • What were Charles Mansons last words?

    I’ve seen so many answers on different sites that I don’t even know which is correct. I’ve seen videos online as well and they are all different. Does anyone know exactly what were his last words?
    I’ve seen so many answers on different sites that I don’t even know which is correct. I’ve seen videos online as well and they are all different. Does anyone know exactly what were his last words?
    9 answers · 1 month ago
  • What is the meaning of "Don't be modest!"?

    Best answer: Don't hide your talents.
    Best answer: Don't hide your talents.
    10 answers · 1 month ago
  • What do people mean when they say "A fish rots from the head down"?

    Sounds kinda gruesome right? But also cool at the same time.. Just wondered what this expression means exactly, thanks
    Sounds kinda gruesome right? But also cool at the same time.. Just wondered what this expression means exactly, thanks
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • Does this make sense?

    Best answer: "lit"? Is that a slang term is common usage where you are? If so, it makes sense. But people outside your group may not know what it means- I certainly don't.
    Best answer: "lit"? Is that a slang term is common usage where you are? If so, it makes sense. But people outside your group may not know what it means- I certainly don't.
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • How do you say "I love you" in Spanish, French, Italian, and Hindi?

    Best answer: It is "te amo" in Latin, Spanish and Portuguese, although Latin may and Portuguese almost always changes the order and says "amo te" Italian is "ti amo." French confuses Old French "je t'aime" (I love thee) with "je t'esme" (I like thee) because they sound... show more
    Best answer: It is "te amo" in Latin, Spanish and Portuguese, although Latin may and Portuguese almost always changes the order and says "amo te" Italian is "ti amo." French confuses Old French "je t'aime" (I love thee) with "je t'esme" (I like thee) because they sound the same, so it is usual to choose a stronger alternative, such as "je t'adore" (I worship thee). .
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • What do you think of this quote from Alexander The Great in 324 BC?

    Best answer: Remarkable foresight from Alexander the Great. But he came around to compassion by holding off his Airforce, I suppose. Another great triumph of public education.
    Best answer: Remarkable foresight from Alexander the Great. But he came around to compassion by holding off his Airforce, I suppose. Another great triumph of public education.
    7 answers · 1 month ago