On seeing Nakagawa bow before the human image, Phillips couldn't contain himself.
"The old Chinese masters spit on Buddha statues or burnt them down!" he said.
"Why do you bow down before them?"
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What could Marjina do to save Alibaba's household?
Throw boiling water on hidden bandits? Burn barrels?
"You know what?" he said to the barber. "Barbers don't exist."
"How can you say that?" asked the surprised barber. "I am here, and I am a barber. I just worked on you. Have you forgotten so quickly?"
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Marjina executes her daring plan.
Hosh explains how burns can kill or affect health and how to treat them.
Retold Arabian Nights Tale: Ali Baba And 40 Thieves 01.
Will Alibaba’s fearful mind risk danger?
Fear clouds opportunities, time & reflection reveal them.
"This is also the reason why people drink more in noisy pubs and discoes and then make stupid decisions there. Because their brain gets too overloaded. It simply can't think properly in all that din."
"And when you drink there, it gets even worse. The dumbest chick starts looking like Aphrodite."
Retold Arabian Nights Tale: Ali Baba And 40 Thieves 02.
Alibaba stole from thieves. Is stealing from thieves wrong?
Beliefs are dangerous, yet useful. Why?
"Subroto asks that if a physical entity like phosphorous can glow on its own, why cannot another physical entity like sound do the same?"
"Is it because our paradigm of properties of sound with respect to our sound apparatus doesn't allow us to experience this?"
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Another bandit marks Alibaba’s house but Marjina is vigilant.
Rosh discusses Dozakh, Jannat, Life, death ...
Retold Arabian Nights Tale: Ali Baba And 40 Thieves 25. Alibaba goes to the secret cave when thieves make no more moves.
What he finds, changes his life forever.
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