If most people think it’s not a problem, maybe those internet farmers won’t affect me as much as I think : ) Seems like it’s only a positive?For the record, your avatar is great, but I wouldn’t expect you to keep it the same or not keep it, but I would expect you would probably come up with something just as cool : )You’re right, and I don’t assume that, I just like to look at the whole picture: I consider a follower who is a spammer after considering several factors, the first flag is no comments, but then I look a little deeper and check their hubs. If they are poorly written hubs geared to search engines written from an uninformed point of view (no facts and statistics, opinion based information that contradicts reality and so on) and also when I get an email notice that shows they are following 400 people and only have 10 followers, that tells me they are only here for the links and so on.However, I vow not take no comments personally from now on thank you for making me think. The etiquette is different than what I thought, I think I’ll switch from missiles to rubber bullets.Marisa Wrightposted 6 years agoin reply to thisThe etiquette is a minefield, actually.

Certainly don teach or promote mindfulness as a way to be content in one current state. In fact, I would say the aim of mindfulness is the opposite. If a person finds discontent in their current state, mindfulness can help them understand why there is discontent, and ultimately, find their way out of the discontent, he says..

SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfilePlayers for the Saskatchewan Roughriders football team have a deal with the Regina health region that allows them to get diagnostic tests done within 48 hours of an injury.Details of the agreement were discussed Tuesday after information came to light that two players Luca Congi and Rob Bagg would undergo MRI tests following injuries in a CFL game Sunday.”We get those [tests] out of sequence and off hours, and we pay a premium price in order to get that,” Roughriders coach Ken Miller said. “So, we’re not cutting into the front of lines and that sort of thing. It’s just we have to find somebody who is willing to come in in their off hours.”Officials with the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region confirmed the special arrangement with the Roughriders.Read moreHow do you feel about paid priority sequencing for health care? Take our survey and let us know.Do you think it’s OK to pay for priority sequencing and attention by medical professionals?Market Research(This is not a scientific poll.