Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Story image for lavish wedding from Marie Claire (press release)

See The First Photos Of Miranda Kerr's Stunning Wedding Dress

Marie Claire (press release)-Jul. 16, 2017
Miranda Kerr has shared the first photos of her May wedding to Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel, including her incredible custom-made Dior wedding dress.
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Somali town bans lavish wedding spending

BBC News-Jan. 13, 2017
A Somali town has banned lavish weddings to encourage young people to marry and stop them migrating. Receptions in hotels would no longer be allowed and ...
Story image for lavish wedding from POPSUGAR

7 Men Who Romanced Pippa Middleton Before Her Fiancé ...

POPSUGAR-Apr. 13, 2017
Pippa Middleton is planning a lavish wedding to her longtime love, James Matthews, and will tie the knot in May. But before James popped the question, he put ...
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The 'Surreal' Moment Jinger (Duggar) Vuolo Tried on Her ... 20, 2017
In an exclusive sneak peek at Monday's two-hour Counting On wedding special, Jinger, 23, tries on her wedding dress for the very last time three days before ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

for the solution, but mainly not to recognize that ethical
concern on sexual behavior, not always in their
the intensity and shape is directly related to the system of prohibitions; often
is that a moral concern is particularly strong there, where there is no
obligations or prohibitions. In short, the ban is one thing, but moral
problematization is something else. I, therefore, thought
the guiding thread should serve there the following question: how, why and to what
sexual activity was constituted as a moral
region? Where is this ethical concern is so persistent, though
changeable in its forms and intensity? Where is this
"problematization"? In the end, it is the task of history
thoughts - in contrast to the history of behaviors or representations: to define
the conditions within which human being "problematisizes" that it
is, what it does, and the world in which it lives.
But to put this very General question, asking his Greek and
Greco-Latin culture, I thought that this problematization is linked with
ensemble practices, which undoubtedly was of great importance in our
societies: this is what might be called the "arts of existence".
Shall mean the practice of reflexive and arbitrary, with
which men not only set themselves rules of conduct, but seek
also transform themselves, to change themselves in their particular being and
to make your life a work which would bear some aesthetic
values and meet certain criteria of style.