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The Oxen Analysis



Author: poem of Thomas Hardy Type: poem Views: 24

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Christmas Eve, and twelve of the clock.

    "Now they are all on their knees,"

An elder said as we sat in a flock

    By the embers in hearthside ease.



We pictured the meek mild creatures where

    They dwelt in their strawy pen,

Nor did it occur to one of us there

    To doubt they were kneeling then.



So fair a fancy few would weave

    In these years! Yet, I feel,

If someone said on Christmas Eve,

    "Come; see the oxen kneel,



"In the lonely barton by yonder coomb

    Our childhood used to know,"

I should go with him in the gloom,

    Hoping it might be so.






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Hi Ally, first of all, thank you for this blog, it's so simple and wise (: I'm 24 and I live in South America. I was born and rseiad in a Christian family, knowing perfectly that I should avoid dating Philistines and instead look for Israel guys. The thing is that I took it kind of literally, and 6 months ago I met this Israelite guy with whom I have a very strong connection, shared interests, etc except for his not Christian. I wasn't looking for someone at all, it just happened. We've been emailing this few months, and he's asked me to visit him on December. I've had a very bad experience and a very good one with 2 Christians boyfriends, so, it's not a revenge from Christian guys. But I honestly thought it would never happened to me, I mean falling in love with a non Christian. He has asked me a lot about God, and I think he's looking for him, trying to understand if He exists, even though he's not always explicit about this. I believe God can do amazing things through him, that's why I've been every day for his salvation. I know that nothing is impossible for God, but sometimes I'm not sure if what I'm doing is right. I mean, going on with these emails but at the same time having a hidden agenda . Should I go on with this emails? Should I consider travelling? I don't have much time left to make a decission about it, because if I don't do it on December, I could only travel again on July 2013 one year ahead! I know for sure that I don't want to marry him unless he accepts Jesus and becomes a God servant. Thank you in advance.

| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest


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I have seen the videos of the Florida Aquifer, very aazming I must say. You're absolutely correct about the steep terrain. The brand of ram we have will lift water 10 for every foot of drop, and we need to lift ours 125 to our holding tank. Pretty simple technology really. x x

| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest


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Thanks for the kind words about the blog!No, this area is too flat to make use of a hydraulic ram. As I unnarstedd it, a ram makes use of the water pressure generated by being piped from a higher location. A portion of that water is pumped through the system to a level higher than the original source while the rest of the water is discharged after powering the ram. We just don't have the elevation differences here to make that work. What we do have though, is the Florida Aquifer, which is an enormous sponge of limestone filled with water. You've probably seen video of people diving in the caves under the surface (I did some of that myself years ago). They are swimming in the Florida Aquifer. I feel pretty confident about that being a long-term reliable water supply.Thanks for stopping by I'm looking forward to the chance to take a tour of Throwback At Trapper Creek .

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest




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