Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Story image for royal wedding from Simplemost

Did You Know Kate Middleton Wore Two Different Gowns On ...

Simplemost-Sep. 21, 2017
Royal weddings are always extravagant and the 2011 nuptials between Kate Middleton and Prince William were no exception. Many of us remember the ...
Story image for royal wedding from Observer

It Is Possible to Meet Your Prince at a Night Club

Observer-Oct. 20, 2017
The New York Times covered their wedding, writing “the groom is an actual prince and the bride has a prominent lineage of her own.” Now that's a “Vows” ...
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11 Mind-Blowing Details About Princess Margaret and Tony ... 18, 2017
For starters, he became the first commoner in 400 years to marry into the royal family. Their wedding was also the first televised royal wedding, paving the way ...
Story image for royal wedding from OK! Magazine

Why don't royal men wear wedding rings? Prince Phillip and ...

OK! Magazine-Jan. 24, 2017
The royal men have never been seen with a wedding band on, not even on their wedding days. While Prince Charles wears his untraditionally on his little finger ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

I said that the mind is form, or measure - or direct
the rule of human actions. But only God is the measure of merasa not
being in any degree a measure of the measured. The human mind, in order
to measure the human action needs to be
measured. But what measure can be measured by the mind? Ideal
the routine is rooted in human nature and in its essential purpose
which refers to Antigone's unwritten laws 11 and that
philosophers call the natural law. I do not intend to enter here
the discussion on natural law; I would only insist on the fact
that the natural law known to the people, not through conceptual and rational
knowledge, but a tendency or innate, in other words, through the kind
knowledge in which the judgment of intelligence is consistent with the inclinations,
existing in the subject. And this is the natural knowledge of natural law
developed from the first centuries of humanity, slowly and steadily through
an infinite number of coincidences, and it still continues to evolve