Monday, November 18, 2019

Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

Could YOU still fit into your wedding dress? (And cope with all ...

Daily Mail-Apr. 10, 2013
The average bride spends £1,000 on her wedding dress, wears it for 12 hours, ... the lady at the little shop in Leeds assured me every bride-to-be loses a few ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Boston magazine's Boston Daily (blog)

Ceremony Boston Comes to Beacon Hill

Boston magazine's Boston Daily (blog)-Nov. 10, 2013
When I was shopping for my own gown, I drove back to New York with my mom (twice!) to find my dream dress. Talking to other brides, I heard the same story ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from People Magazine

Princess Madeleine of Sweden Marries American Banker ...

People Magazine-Jun. 8, 2013
With a smile on her face, Madeleine read out the wedding vows in Swedish while ... RELATED: Princess Madeleine of Sweden's Wedding Dress: All the Details!
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Marie

Lady Gaga Wears £250 'Twobirds' Bridesmaid Dress To ...

Marie 11, 2013
Lady Gaga has come out of hiding – and rocked up to her friend's wedding in Mexico looking utterly gorgeous. Lady Gaga's wacky style statements have ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

But how do we know what we don't know when we know? How do we move from the world of the unknown into the world of knowledge or as implemented by the transformation opportunity in the world of reality?
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The fact that the fire is hot, there is a property that is reflected in the human mind in solving some special tasks. For example, fire can burn. To solve the problem not to burn yourself this empirical knowledge about the empirical fact absolutely and completely exhausted. Although this property may have a different interpretation: on the fire to cook food. A different empirical facts and different empirical knowledge. For cooking takes more time than in order to learn that fire is hot. But the property "hot" is a quite stable fact because it allows you to cook a delicious roast. Fire is an empirical fact only due to the fact that there is empirical knowledge about its properties. He supports the General concept as a fact in relation to their properties as if they were facts.
But the knowledge that something exists, is only possible if you have some knowledge about that unknown. And the assertion that this fact is unknown, it follows that this fact has knowledge. Otherwise, empirical fact just for consciousness does not exist. But what do we know in this case? Only that there is a fact, but we do not know its contents.
Thus, the known is the knowledge that this fact can solve the problem. Unknown lack of knowledge of how to do it. In other words, the man knows that this would solve his problem, know at all or exactly, but he does not know which property (or combination thereof) this fact may contribute to this. This is exactly what man is always trying to learn and that is the subject of science.
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What each of us doesn't know much that could be found, everyone is aware of excellent and even agree that to know all is not possible. But with very great difficulty it is understood that the mind could not perceive an empirical fact. Itself an empirical fact may well exist, but his consciousness does not "see" and because of this fact does not exist.