That’s why sometimes the person seems to be enjoying a good life despite being his bad karma. Therefore whatever results we are getting in this life are results of our own prarabdha karmas. We should not accuse fate, God or any other for the misfortune visiting us.
I would liked a bit more of a thorough explanation of their background/what makes them so special before they got axed. Maybe we find out after the fact, but I feel like they were kinda building them up to be something more than human (especially those creepy triplets with the masks?) especially as they seemed to have particular and important knowledge of things that most Parasites don I felt that that thread was being spun into something cool, but now it just got snipped without the chance for us to find out anything of importance to the DarliFra worldbuilding. Pretty disappointed..
This is his only chance. He must chose: break his one rule, or be complicit in the assured annihilation of the universe. There is no real choice.With tears streaming down his face, he remembers with trained photographic memory the hollow words the mugger spat at the elder Waynes.
But the mission can be considered truly successful only if the construction of toilets leads to substantial improvements in people’s health. And that can happen only if toilets are used by everyone. To its credit, SBM has emphasised toilet use more than its predecessors.
I don’t want to speak or predict what the Romney administration will do. They haven’t been clear on that yet. But when you look at the energy plan that’s been proposed and you look at what Republicans on the Hill have said, when it gets to any investment in technologies that are going to be applied to potentially commercial investments, commercial products, they are suggesting that they want to eliminate investment, that anything beyond basic research is the domain of the private sector and only the private sector..
People also view the actual costs of a hobby as a “price of entry”, like the price of a ticket to a concert. They are spending money for the opportunity to spend their time, which is also mathematically illogical, but intuitively normal. When considering whether you can afford to go to a concert, I don know many people that add the ticket price to the money they could make if they just went to work instead to determine if it in the budget.It also seems that even if you dislike tying, but couldn afford to buy enough flies to fish as much as you otherwise would, you would have to weigh whether your love of fishing or dislike of tying wins out.TL;DR: How people would actually value their time is highly variable, has little correlation to financial reality, lots of correlation to emotional rewards, and is entirely irrational, because we are sentient meat bags who like to imagine ourselves as being important.