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The understanding in most parts of the world is that if you've already agreed to a meeting, the expectation is that you're in a position to do so. This applies to both men and women alike. So what, then, is the connection to the "religion-morality-sin" complex? In my opinion, it all has to do with the lack of a rigid moral, or honour, code. Call it karma, energy, mojo, juice, whatever It's just the way it goes. When you don't believe in G. You don't believe that there's a limited not just one number of correct ways to treat people -- what Hillel referred to in the second century BCE -- in response to one of his ardent students as to the correct way to study -- as "that which is hateful to you, do not do unto others.
The rest is merely commentary. No go and get busy. Yet peering in more closely, you'll readily see the connections, that at least 7 out of 10 Czechs don't care about so-called "consequences. So my question back to you is as follows: Why bother with silly terms like "relationship," "monogamy," "loyalty," "honour," "marriage" and the like? The street-level proof demonstrates that this is entirely pointless for our Czech society. That it exists is bizarre in the extreme. Of course, there are exceptions to my bold statements.
But not many, from what I can glean using an outsider's perspective. So what do you think? Who of the administrators has gone crazy to publish this junk? Space full of selfcommunicatice shit,stop it! A pripojuji se k vyse pridanemu prispevku - co to tu to vlastene dela? Bezne nepisu do blogu, pouze jej ctu, ale obcas mne nekdo dokaze vytocit jak tento Iva2, Not enough for you to post here, kiddo. Iva2 My wife loves you and your comments, btw. Please keep them coming. Everybody has some form of conscience.
In reality, devout nations like Americans are sometimes the most violent and suffer from more social ills, your belief in God seems to help squat. I personally appreciate voluntary morality to morality based on fear and medieval threats like "do X or burn in hell".
This really is not a morality to me, it is more like I regard the concept of hell in general as absolutely evil. People that believe that there is a God who punishes some souls with eternal torture after death are on par with satan worshippers to me.
Please have a look at this link: Lenka Rubensteinova is living now in the US and her observation are so accurate. Please also read more of Czech catholic intellectuals - e.
His interpretation of faith goes much further than your concept and suits the Czech people much better than the somewhat shallow US concept Interesting point of view, thank you.
Interesting to see the reactions as well Again Adam, My name is Adam. What is your name? The weather is good today. And don't forget to stress Mezei! My name is Mezei. I am a Canadian. I think that all the Czechs are fools. There is a difference between religion and faith didn't you know? Religion is just set of rules but faith is personal stuff. What The church has or hasn't done bears no value in choosing to believe in God. If you have religion you do things because you have to. If you have faith you choose to do it coz you love God.
Saying that you will not believe in God as catholic church done wrong in past is simply lame If this is indeed the way you describe the practice of religion for Czech people, then I'm not surprised why more than 7 out of 10 citizens declare themselves on official censuses as being "atheist. Then we continued to roll around in the hay, hehe -- I guess that wasn't enough of a religious, um I'm with you -- it's not all about a black and white world.
What are your thoughts on less "fire and brimstone, bloody" religions of the East, say? Lookit, I wouldn't want to overrule his scholarship and its application to the practice of religion for Czechs. Not my area of expertise, and that would require quite a bit more forensics and surveying on my part, which I'm not ruling out, just not for now.
However, my piece wasn't written, per se, with a due scholarly treatment in mind. I imagine it was more of a "man on the ground," casual observance of the matter, slapdashed with some personal experiences, the motivations for which came courtesy of Dzarda, the man who made the request at the outset for which I'm grateful. The sort of conversation you'd engage in with someone over a pint of your favourite lager or grape vintage, for instance, as the both or more? I shall continue to forge ahead on this theme, though, and I am endless fascinated by it.
I am grateful for the link and for your attention. Dzarda, You started this, I wanted to add to the conversation. Nor supercilious, haughty, self-flagellating, nor presumptive. Your keyboard is not a gewgaw. It is a divine instrument of creation. Please utilize it for the very best of things It was intended by the Man From Nazareth and his Sycophantic, Prosthelytizing Followers and Gospelites to be merely a wooden structure -- some walls -- even an empty abode in the middle of a Galilean clearing to discuss the precepts of peace what the hell -- did I just write that?!
The Catholic Church is not the only church in existence, mimochodem. Not to mention the fact that Rusyns were given short shrift in Masaryk's glorious First Republic in Prague's Parliament. That's for another blogpost.
Then when Communism took over in the late forties, showerless, poor masses of former "Subcarpathian-Rusyns" were forcibly moved, along with Roma from more eastern parts of the pre-war Republic, into the abandoned homes of former German citizens of Western Czechoslovakia Sudetenland The same friend who thinks she's a Rusyn denies this fact, too.
Zero knowledge of her own country's history. The altar was a masterpiece of workman- ship, and had no less than one hundred 1 fifty kilogrammes of silver employed upon it. Over the galley stood an escutcheon with tbe arms of Den- mark, surrounded by those of tho knights still liv- ing of the orders of the Klephaut and of Danno- brog.
In an adjoining hall were tbe escutcheons of the deceased knights, and among them that of Napoleon I. The ceiling was ornamented wilh innumerable figuros, groups, and symbolical and emblematical representations of all kinds, intermingled with sentences in the Latin, Danish, and tierman languages.
It was a real thontrum nmndi, and twenty-six artists were era- uloved on it for seven years. The portrait gallery was unique of its kind, and of great value for the hi-tory of Denmark. I thank yon, my d ar sir, for ycura by the i ost. It remains exactly lbs same. You will undTstsnd the r. Ma'lison, who was then in New York, responded as follows on the ensuing day: New Yokk, Sunday Ever. My Dear Sir — Yours of yesterday is this instant como to hand, and 1 have but a few minutes to answer it.
I am sorry that your situation obliges you to listen to propositions of tho nature you de- scribe. My opiuion is that a reservation of a light to withdraw, if amendmeuls be not decided on under the form of the Constitution within a cer- tain time, is a conditional ratification; that it does not make New York a member of the Now Union, and consequently that she could not be received on that plan.
The Conetilution requires an adoption in toto and for- ever. It bas been so adopted by the other States. Iu short, aoy condition whatever must vitiate the ratifica- tion. The idea if reserving the rfyht to withdraw wai started at Richmond, at: Suppose tht New E-gland S'a es alont cot off, will onr Datura he chacged? If tho guiae was soms'ime aga ; Dst m at home, we must have put le sot tilt luck turn? Nothing could be so fatal.
Anything like force would check tbe progress of public opinion, and rally them round the iovernment. Tbis is not the kind of opposi lion tho American people will permit. I'm keep away nil show of force, and they will bear down tbe evil propensities of tbe Government by tho Constitutional means cf election and petition. If that be their purpose, their anti-republioan spirit, it ought to be met at once. But a Government like ours should put forth its whole might to suppress it and promptly return to the paths of reconciliation.
The extent of our country secures it, I hope, from the vindictive passions of the potty incorporations of Greece. I rather suspeot that the principal of- fice of the other seventeen States will be to mode- rate and restrain tbo local excitement of our friends with you, when they with the aid of the other States, if they need it , shall have brought tho REttKLLiors to their feet. I hope, then, all will end well; the Anyhmen will consent to make pence with their bread butter, and you and I shall sink to rest without having been actors or spectators In another civil war.
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Rynders 'bat t e woald ailhero to bis reso lutlo? Tfceee rep- r ors have bten engaged about tbe courts and clla: Tbe present d frVuUy arose frrra a cb: In truiueats iu luabog- anv and bath.
Tall and see them. Hymns fgr ibe Sick Room. Conrtantl 7 on nft? Ion to 'be One'. D , of Raitltnore SI. Vtmolrsof - obert Howdln. The Quwn of H. The b Pi Hon-, by Dr. Seven Ye 4 s. Th- A erica u Almanac for lfsSO. Mkmmino- Ue of opinion in South Csro- proof of the vitiating affect pursued on the intellectual as powers of men.
For nearly century diiloyalty to the American RTftution has been the prevailing sentiment with. A puro and en- lighted minority combated this sentiment for a while, and, with the aid of fieneral Jackson's pop- ularity, apparently succeeded in. Bat the old idea of a sepa rate government, with all iU charms of high office and the negotiation of foreign alliances, has been oatinually cheriahed until the popular mind and heart teem to be alike thoroughly debauched.
No stronger evidence A this could be gWran than the speech lately made in Kicbmond by Mr. M occupies a very d. From the lips of Mr. Mem- minger we are unwilling to believe that this cry is hypocritical. But bis adoption cf it is an evidence of that intellectual hallucination to whfol we just referred. It is certain that co such constitutional guaran- tees are required, or can be obtained, or would be of any sort of valni if procured.
The whole thing therefore is simply and palpably a meie excuBe for Disunion. It is the ti may pretext with which to cover over a great moral and national wrong in dis- tinct and present contemplation. God and our fathers have already given to the American people the most perfect provision for the protection of human right and liberty that the world has ever seen. The Federal Government, reprs aentiag the sovereignty of the nation, and the State governments, representing the sovereignty of each State, in that wondrous combination which Divine and human wisdom have concurred in producing present a more real and effectual guard against op preBeion, while all the legitimate purposes of gov- ernment are fully provided for, than was erer ef- fected before by any division of power between sep- arate States of the realm.
This provision is not a more paper constitution It id a real and substantive thing, the result of our actual condition and history. It is a "power or dained of God" most manifestly, for His Providence brought it into being, and the highest human wis dom has gratefully accepted the blessing, and sought with assiduous care to guard the inestimable treasure.
The principle of this glorious provision is that the Federal Government can execute its own laws by its own sovereign authority, while its jurisdiction is restricted to a limited range of subjects.
The State governments by an equal sovereignty execute their laws over a much larger range of the ordinary subjects of legislation. Thus each government is in the constant and habitual exercise of sovereign power. In ordinary governments there is no re- source against oppression but individual resistance or the irregular, feeble, and injurious expedient of conspiracy and rebellion.
But in the American constitution the attempted oppression of the stronger central government can be met at once and effectually by the organized resistance of an actual working government, just as sovereign and just as legitimate as the usurping power. And thU k the very highest guarantee and protection that human right and liberty can have.
Human wisdom cannot get beyond this. You cannot invent a system that wilt work itself smooth- ly along without ever calling in aid human respon sibility. The "ultima ratio" is the necessary con- dition of all right. The perfection of our system is that it clothos that condition with effective and salutary power. The fathers of the Republic understood all this very well, and therefore upon the first flagrant in stance of unconstitutional and oppressive legislation by the Federal Government, the States of Virginia and Kentucky, lu lTUS-'J, at once announced their determination to exercise their sovereign au ihority in resistance to that legislation; and they called upon the other State governments to do the same thing.
But they Just aa well understood and fully appreciated the persua aive and effective power of that "ultima ratto, when applied by sovereign S'. Jackson battered the former of these dilettante notions so unmercifully that it has been out of countenance ever since. Now the same men are trying lodilude the South iato a demand for "constitutional guarantees. Do the South Carolina gentlemen mean that tho Constitution must fasten down the country in mar- ble rigidity to ita present condition of progress and population?
Hut even such aa impracticable arrangement, if it could bs effected, would be no security against a storm of popular fanaticism, or against the easy and convenient process of purchasing a few recu- sant Senators. The real security at last is in the power and integrity of the respective State Govern- ments. ThU is all that we need as men capable of freedom and of self-government.
The present cry for further constitutional protection Is more delusive and far more childish than tie exploded conceit of peaceable nullification. Its only dssign is to allure the South into u position which will precipitate Disunion. In that dire result, come when it may, we lose every security that we now have, even on the point which is urged as the pretext for this ca lamity, and we sink forever the hopes of America and of mankind.
The condition of this work has been, and will continue to be, a stigma upon the country nntil it is enlarged, and made capacious enough to tloat the whole com- merce of the Ohio river. This is required, not by the riparian States of the West alone, but by tie entire valleys of the Ohio and Mississippi, and the extended commerce of all their confluent streams.
There never was a time when more unanimity of feeling existed, and there should be a cordiality in the annunciation of our wants, to the exclusion of all private prejudices and local views. We presumo the legislators and public gentle- men who are at this time the guests of our oity are perfectly conversant with the position of the Port- land Canal and tho drawbacks which its restricted capacity has imposed upon Western commerce.
The false policy of not allowing the receipts col- lected from tolls to be devoted te the improvement of the work would be instantly rejected by any een- slble man in his private business, but is a striking illustration of the perversity of public officials. We want Congress to enlarge the canal according to the able plans suggested by Mr. Scowden, the civil engineer, or else to allow private individuals to assume the task.
We trust therefore that the Legislatures of Kentucky and Tennessee, upon their return to their respective capitals, will request their Representatives in Congress to give this subject early consideration.
And that the importance of the enlargement may bo duly appreciated, we sug- gest to the committees, who have the charge of to- day's programme ia disposing of the time of our guests, that they be invited to a personal inspection of the work.
As the steamboat will not leave for Cincinnati until half past three o'clock, this oanbe accomplished without fatigue. Between fifty and sixty persons have been froien to death lately in Texas. It doesn't take much to freeze a Texan to death. It advises that our people shall not be permitted to have anything to 00 wi'h the appointment of their own police. It would have the Governor of the State appoint a Board of Commissioners, this Hoard to have the power of ap- pelating onr entire police.
This is a proposition to establish a despotism over car city, such a despotism as the Democrrc. We all know what a fierce and formidable spirit of resistance was aroused in New Orleans, and no one cm have for- gotten how bitterly and fercciously the tyranny of he Black Republican Legislature of New York was denounced by both the Democratic atd American parties of that State.
And jet there was infinite- ly more cause for taking from the city of New York the power of appointing her own police than even the worst partisan spirit can allege in favor of taking it from the city of Louisville. It seems strange indeed that any editor, however strongly impelled by political asperity, should wish and propose to have the city in which be lives humiliated and insulted and tyrannized over, in the eyes of all the world, by being deprived of the ustomary prerogatives of self-goverouient.
The proposition now made would be outrageous even if abuses of t;rave moment existed among Mf hut the truth is, I-ouisvilW has as good a police, as ener- getic and ttlicient a police, as any other city of the same magnitude. The adoption, by the Legislature, of the measure recommended by the Courier would be a stroug invitation to relrtlli. A Locofoce police, virtually appointed at Frankfort for this Opposition city, would be retcbedly obnoxious and odious to rur population and lind itself in a most miserably uncomfortable condition.
Or, if our police must be appointed at Frankfort, let our Mayer and the two Hoards of onr City Council and all our other otlicsrs, members of the Legislature included, be appointed there too. VVe notice with pleasure that the Hon. The Danville Tribune speaks in enthusiastic terms of the meeting, and of the speech of Mr. The meetiug was largely attended, the Coart House room being crowded with attentive hearers from all parts of the county.
The resolu tions, breathing the spirit of conservatism and un- waveriag devotion to the Cilon, will be found io another colnmn. Hell declined to go iato any very leng'hy elabora- tion of his views at the present, but promised that, at a suitable time, he would give fuller expression to them, and as bis spirit imparted itself to his bearers, they too gave the iive iest and surest dem- onstrations of the anxiety within them to be led under the banner cf the Umoa, and to givo earnest butle to all its foes.
What one of you will falter or flinch whea Joshua F Hell thus raises his clarion voice and calls you to the rescue? Tfcftl will prove a delight- ful portion of the excursion, and if the atay of our Tennessee friends can be prolonged, it may lead to their recaption by our Legislature in the Capital at Fratkfort, as the Covington and Lsxingtou Ri. We are very much gratified at the action which has been taken at Columbus, snd we believe the most happy results will flaw from tba interchange of rentiment which this oc caalon will fermlt.
It will be a moat emphatic disclaimer of all unkind feelkg and sectional as- perity, and a marked commentary on the dec-trine of non inteicourre between the Xcrth and Sauth. When the Re preventative 3 of Tenresaee, Oaio, In- diana, and Kentucky meet hand lo band, con- verse heart to heart, and Urink the pledge ''The Union it must and shall ba preserved," there will go up such a shout of spontaneous and entfau ia: J J Crittenden, of Ksnturky.
Jeremiah Clemens, ot Tennessee. Kmeraon Ktheridge, of Tennessee. Hon Joshua Hill, cf Georgia. Giimer, of North Carolina. George Hrigga, of New York. K R Jewett, of New York. This Committee has issued the following cir cular: The New American Cyclopedia.
Crump, has just laid on our table the VHIth vclume. We per ceive in it no falling otl whatever from the high mark attained and held by its masterly prtiUcessors.
It is, so far at least as we have been able to exam- ine it, fully their ej aal in completeness, in exact- nesf, in impartiality, in judgment, in taste, and in literary vigor and finish.
It carries forward worth, tly one of the very greatest enterprises of the age in the sphere of knowledge. The exceeding per- fection cf the new Cyclopedia cannot now bs doubt- ed by any one. The eminent and gtoriom cucass of the wo: Assured ly the evidences of its truth are abundant enough, unequivocal enough, and striking enough to bring it home to anybody not smitten with the blindness of partiianship or crazed by the rage of section- alism.
A resolution was adopted providing for the ap pointment of a Committee to consider and report plan of general organization, by which the entire conservative union vote of the country may be con centrated for the Presidential contest of i The resolution offered by Mr.
Harris, of Mary land , was as follows: At a meeting of this Ccmmittee, held on the 23d bet. A delegation from the National American Cora mittee were present at this meeting, and fully con curred and agreed to co-operate in the plan of ac tion proposod. A communication was, at the same time, received from the National Whig Committee cordially seconding the programme for tho ne party, and approving of the proceodings had an Topo?
A resolution was adopted, providing for the enl- argement of the Committer by members from eac r S ate, not to exceed in number that of the Senators and U-uresentatives therefrom in the Congress the United States; and ths desire of the Committee, as well with a view thereto, as with reference to other and general parposee, for a frea correspon- lence with them from all parts of the country, was xpt eased. The proceedings thus detai led disclose their object.
The movement tbey indicate has besi commenced in no spirit of presumption. The exigencies of the iuotry seem to require the formation of a new ,iarty, founded upon national and conservative principles. There is reason lo believe that such is the convic'ioD of a great portion of our fellow citi- zens ; including very many members of the present dominant and contending parties, who have been maila sensible of the dangerous and disturbing con- sequences likely to rcs'alt from the further pursuit of ibeir party controversies, and whom it is in the highest Utgree desirable to draw together into fra- ternal union and efficient political co operation.
In answer, therefore, to an apparent demand, the movement for an "Union Tarty" has been inaugu- rated. It Is submitted to your judgment, and that of onr patriotic fellow-citizeos for approval, and that co-operation may be secured o carry it forward to success.
The formation of Union State Organizations, and of Union Clubs in wards of cities, and in towns, and election districts throughout the country is urged as of immodiato and primo importance; and a general and free correspondence with the Nation- al I'nion Executive Central Committee is earnestly invited. By order of the Committee. Thompson proposes to discuss pub lioly before long the political questions of the time. He promised, however, to speak here on the poli- tics of the day at as early a time as practicable Though still somewhat feeble, we are glad to learn that the health of Mr.
It will be deeply gratifying to Mr. We shall await his promised address with unusual eagerness. In the earlier periods of our race the plagues of Ood were three, but now there aro four — famine, pestilence, war, and Know-Nothingism— and the last has shown, since its advent, a malignant tenac- ity of purpose unequaled by all the rest combined LouiacUU OmrUr.
It isn't more than fire years ago that our neigh bor of the Courier prided himself upon being tho leader and oracle of the Know-Nothing party and upon having inauguarated it in this section. We are indebted to the publishers, J B. Indeed the reading of it is equivalent to a course of liberal education in mnsic. We commend it with especial warmth to the lovers of that divine art.
Let it be d ise by all means And especially let the South maka hsr own gun ffints. If she rely upon the North in this matter, the North may, in anticipation cf a collision, sup- ply her with born llints.
I almost or quite every State the Democratic party feels its bowels badly vexed by intestine commo tion. A time for all things. The time to leave is when a young lady aeks you how the walking is. When that question is put to us, we always un demtand it as an intimation that she wants to take a walk with us, and offer our arm at once.
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It is the only remedy that will purify the blood thoroughly, and at the same time strengthen the system. Chills aud Fever Yellow Fever, or any prevalent disease. It ia put up in large bot- tles. Principal Depot ou the coi nor of Third aud Pine streets, St. A flame costing lesa than one cent NT honr will give the lijjht of 6 Star Caudles. Fifth street, near Main, Louisville. Cleaning Kude, aal Iluutinr Knives: Give us a call, all of yon who are la want. In Antrology by books aud rcteuce.
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THE tin derailed have formed a partn rslilp and will c ntir. Uie Federal Court, and tbe Court of Appeal. BAMt Chi-ago and" ft. Louisville and Ivnbhville Railroad. An additional interest was imparted to the ivott by the presence of the State cfucers of Iidiaca and forae of tbe mu nicipat dignitaries of Nashville and Ciocinnati, and a delegation from the Ohio Legislature.
Rufer, cf the S. Charles Hestauran', and were liberally applied w'. Aiourd tbe walls and per dent from t! The guasts were Ml u dVrtd into a reception room, the stu'.
We stationed our'elvss on tbo platform lo see tie congregated wisdom of four or live S'alei defile around tbe hall, and were struck witb t! They are men to lecd dignity to the councils, ar t effrr protection to tbe sril of ihe country. When all bad Uken their position? Hiyt ad- dressed tbe throne of grate as follow;: O God, bless these S ales, bind them together, give tbem peace and prosperi'v. Turkur, a P Augtdae. I turk h, Oiblet Sauce. Bevf Tongue wl'h Ast tc of Fotrl.
Beef h la Moic. Fillet of Oh cken. Diamond -hick Terrapin scallored. Sauce a la St. Sponge Cake, plum Cake. Afier tbe guests bad dtR-msid the viands,. It gives ui pleasure to see the chosen representatives of Tennessee and Kentmkv united io tbe bonds of a cuuiinoo brotherhood snti d tbii feitive board.
Tbey have a common interest io the past, tbe present, aod tbe future. Tbat interest is cot susceptible cf division. It is too precious to be sutijf-cted to tbe ruies of cold and srlti. And it is on ccca sion of more than ordinary iaterest. The Executive atd L-giela tive authorities of both S'a'. The representatives of both these States, acd of all tbe States in tbis glorious confederacy, c in have no wiser or nobler rale of action than tbat contained in Kentucky's motto stamped open ber broad seal by the fiuiders f tbe State, as an ever-enduing precept and memento for their sons, "L'oited we stand, divided we fall.
I will detain you co lorgcr. Tennessee — In this national cr'sls she will cbt rl-h io her heart of hearts tbe noble sentiment of ber patriot hero: The followirg are tbe otter regular toasts: Responded to by the Governor of Kentucky. Tennessee and Kentucky — Twia sisters, bouud tc- g-tber in an indissoluble embiacs by geographical posi ioo, idecti y of ioistssts, cf bablts, of msooers, and pursuits, and by a beart-Mt devoticn to our glorious National Union.
Indiana— Our neighbor and sister; she permits no irrepressible cocrlict of prejudice to silence hor sense of social and pditic. The successful completion of this great work amply attests the ability and fidelity of those to whom it was confided.
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