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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Why in most religions are the male virgins seen as being closer to god?

How can an ejaculation make god decide to abandon you in favour of another celibate mystic, priest or monk?

Seems pretty ridiculous.

Answer by CERBERUS
Women are seen as a distraction. ask any guy whats on his mind when he’s in love. I don’t think its god.

Answer by Lost D’game
Because destruction of life is sin, 111 million potential babies are killed with each ejaculation, I have destroyed billions upon billions of lives. More evil than Hitler, I am.

Answer by Arceus
A monk (from Greek: μοναχός, monachos, “single, solitary”) is a person who practices religious asceticism, living either alone or with any number of monks, whilst always maintaining some degree of physical separation from those not sharing the same purpose. The concept is ancient and can be seen in many religions and in philosophy.

In the Greek language the term can apply to men or women; but in modern English it is in use only for men, while nun is used for female monastics.

Although the term monachos (“monk”) is of Christian origin, in the English language it tends to be used analogously or loosely also for both male and female ascetics from other religious or philosophical backgrounds.

The term monk is generic and in some religious or philosophical traditions it therefore may be considered interchangeable with other terms such as ascetic. However, being generic, it is not interchangeable with terms that denote particular kinds of monk, such as cenobite, hermit, anchorite, hesychast, solitary.

The first famous Christian known to adopt the life in a desert was St. Anthony the Great (251-356). Anthony lived alone as an anchorite in the Egyptian desert until he attracted a circle of followers, after which he retired further into the desert to escape the adulation of men. He is said by St. Athanasius in his Life of Anthony to have been the first to go out into the desert for the sole purpose of pursuing God in solitude.

As the idea of devoting one’s entire life to God grew, more and more monks joined him, even in the far desert. Under St. Anthony’s system, they each lived in isolation. Later, loose-knit communities began to be formed, coming together only on Sundays and major feast days for Holy Communion. The concept of monks all living together under one roof and under the rule of a single person — that is, monasticism as such — is attributed to St Pachomius (c. 292-348). At this same time, St. Pachomius’ sister became the first woman to lead a monastery of women, or convent. Christian monasticism spread throughout the Eastern Roman Empire. At its height it was not uncommon for monasteries to house upwards of 30,000 monks.

As Christianity grew and diversified, so did the style of monasticism. In the East, monastic norms came to be regular. Monasticism came to be accepted in the West as well. In the beginning, Western monasticism followed much the same pattern as its Eastern forebears, but over time the traditions diversified.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Where can I buy a stamps collecting book?

I collected stamps, and they need a place to keep. Do you know where can I buy a stamps book to keep my stamps collection? I lived in Los Angeles.
Thank You!

Answer by captrick20
A hobby shop

Answer by railway
try barnes&

Answer by Barbara W
You can try the Post Office in your area and see if they offer books to collect them in, or you can also check department stores like Wal-Mart or K-Mart that have hobby areas, sometimes they carry stuff like that. You can check in two areas of the store, in the hobby and crafts area and also in the stationary area, where they sell school supplies. Congrats on your collection.

Answer by bevabc
You can buy them directly from Hobby Lobby, or go to their website here:

to see their full selection of stamp supplies/albums.
(Page 3 has the albums)

Have fun!

Answer by alvinrocksus
You can buy official albums from the nearest postal office to you. Ebay, stamp stores, and stamp dealers or companies on the web also have them.

Answer by EB Gal
The best variety of stamp albums I’m aware of is available at . I think Mystic Stamp Company also has a lot of choices. I don’t know their URL, but you can google them.

Try to stay away from albums that are fully bound, as there is no way to add to them. A loose-leaf album lets you add pages and keep it up-to-date.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What places could I take my 10 month old this summer?

I am looking for exotic/interesting places to go. I live in the NYC area and would’nt mind traveling to PA, NJ, or CT. I am interested in museums, amusment parks, water parks, and being outdoors catered for babies/10 month olds. Looking for everythign else besides Jones Beach, Coney Island, Rye Playland, Great Adventure, Bronx Zoo b/c I have already taken her there. Any thoughts?

Answer by jesus
michael jacksons neverland or go to jurrasic park

Answer by Inquisitive girl
You might want to check out Mystic Aquarium in Mystic CT. There may be other things to do in the area too (I haven’t lived in CT for a few years).

Answer by honey
mmm….10 months old??? we went to Asbury Park last summer because it was the closest beach for us. We live in Orange County NY. We went to the beach then walked on the boardwalk for abit. They have a nice water park there for young kids. It was fantastic, my kids are older but it was one of the best day trips we have ever taken. they went inthe ocean for abit, flew kites, played inthe sand, then we went to the water park…simple things, spouting water, sprinklers…no rides. It was so great because it was close to home…kind of and at the end of our day we went back to the waterpark to rince sand off the kids and they have showers and a place to change. Its not a water park but a sprinkler park and may be good for your child.
Van Saun County park may be fun. they have a zoo there and alot of other fun stuff to do, a playground…google it. Shouldn’t be to far from NYC.
we have a childrens museum here, we joined and can go to any museum in “the plan” there is a childrens museum in NYC..not sure where, I think it is near the Museum of Natural Histroy. It must be better than our childrens museum…..It is in NYC…and ours is great!

10 months is such a hard age to find “stuff to do”. Have fun this summer, next year you will have alot more options and alot of fun. Not that I am wishing your baby to get older but…at a year makes lot of difference…”fun wise” at this age. Next year plan a trip to Seaworld!!! We took my son at 2, he LOVED it, so much we have gone back 3 years in a row.
We took the trip to Mystic…ok but, not worth the long trip. The aquarium at coney island…not as good but fine at 10 months old, and alot closer to home.
If you get the membership to the bronx zoo..about $ 150 for the family for the year you can visit all the places included..the central park zoo the aquarium in coney island, I think there is one in statan islnad, bronx zoo. You are right there so the membership may be worth it for your family. If you go to one of the places once a month you will more than get your moneys worth, and be contributing to the National Wild Life socitey.

Answer by stargirl796
Sesame Place in Pennsylvania

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