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About Bjern

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    Happily single
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    Yes, on 10/12/2005.

How I Found the Truth

  • How I found the Truth
    My parents were both in the Truth when I was born, and I was raised in the Truth.

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    Traveling, hiking, music, language, culture, history.
  • My favorite books
    The Bible (Especially the NWT and ASV translations).
  • My favorite music
    Depends, however I usually prefer (tho not always) music from these genres: Folk, instrumental, electronic, ambient, indie.
    I dislike techno, rap, metal, and most pop music.

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  1. Long story short, humans living on this plot of land didn't invent it, humans living on that other plot of land did.
  2. No more agricultural poisons...
  3. The king piece represents the player, and the player moves all of the pieces. From that perspective, the king is the most powerful ~ as well as the most important in the game...This is not to mention that without the queen the game goes on, but without the king the game ends. Solely looking at the specific moves of individual pieces though, the queen may be the most powerful in international chess, but of interest, the queen is one of the weakest pieces in Thai and Cambodian chess, while xiàngqí (Chinese chess), janggi (Korean chess) and shogi (Japanese chess) don't even have a queen piece at all. Not sure about "Kingland", but I looked it up and found that there are Kingslands: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingsland
  4. This is such an awesome achievement! Jehovah truly is speeding up the work...
  5. Sorry brother, I may not have posted it clear enough in the OP, but I actually meant that Esperanto, Latin and Koine Greek are all taught in some Universities, and not that they are each also easy to learn. As sister Victoria pointed out, ancient languages are often very hard to learn. Specifically Esperanto alone is especially easy to learn. Here is the full sentence regarding that from the OP:
  6. Bjern

    Yet another school shooting

    Makes me feel uncomfortable about working in schools, especially when we have a lockdown..
  7. I don't think there would be a need for an Esperanto translation, as all native speakers are native of at least two languages, so native speaking Esperantists would be just as comfortable reading in and listening to their other native language(s) ~ and there really isn't that many who can really be called "native" Esperantists, as the majority of Esperantists learnt it as an additional language. On the plus side however, Esperanto would be comparatively very easy to translate for. An interesting fact about Esperanto: Esperantists were among the many victims of the holocaust during Nazi occupied Europe, as it was considered a suspicious language.
  8. Bjern

    Great Barrier Reef - Dying

    After 1,000 years of being in the new world, it will all have grown back plus expanded upon...Will be more beautiful than it has ever been.
  9. Thank you for the suggestion, I hadn't heard of that film.
  10. A friend of mine showed me a film called The Artist. It's a silent film made in 2011, and I have to say that I really liked it.
  11. I'm not sure how to find that out, brother.
  12. Bjern


    An Indian reservation in America?

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