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 From:  Priya, India, Mar/27/08 submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject:  food to be consumed on santoshi mata vrat fridays
Question:  can i eat papaya ,apricot on santoshi mata vrat fridays

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- Bahu -,
Council Member
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  Dear Priya,

on Santoshi Ma Fridays you should not have anything remotely sour - e.g. curd, cream cheese, lemons, limes, grapefruits, vinegar, sour fruits like green apples, etc. Do not have egges,

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Mrs. Sai Sai,
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  Priya,

You will get more helpful responses if you post this query in Pooja section.

http://www.ammas.com/ammas/Pooja_Re…

On the day of doing the Santoshi Ma Puja you can have mil

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Geetha Gopakumar,
Council Member
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  Sour vegetables and fruits, also non-veg etc should be avoided during fasting hours. Except these items all the fruits items can use.

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Latha Jayaprakash,
Council Member
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  Dear Priya,

I think so. They are not sour isn't it? Your are supposed to leave out only the sour things. So you should be able to take papaya and apricots. All the best

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vaish reddy,
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  hi, you can generally have fruits but not anything sour.apricots are considered to be sour,so refrain from it.

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 From:  srinivas n, india, Mar/02/08 submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject:  why people believe false than truth?
Question:  people are interested in making false so easily than to the truth. they put more interest in spreading false which causes severe social problems.

Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 6 Council Members)

Geetha Gopakumar,
Council Member
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  Because those who are trying to do so and interested to do know very well that – people at large are illiterate, little knowledge so that one can take the lead on them and can try to fish in the troub

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Rate = 3 (Rated by 8 Council Members)

 
NEERAJA NAVEEN,
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  Lies are more believable than the truth. oftentimes people want to believe what makes them feel good no matter what the facts are.if a person believes that a lie is real, it will become real in its c

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Clava Ghirca,
Council Member
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  You are right. Truth usually hurts so there are some people that prefere false. Those who are spreading false want to gain something and this should happen as fast as possible.We need a good quantity

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poras ,
Registered Member
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  the reason is that the truth is always final and if accepted it gives silence to the chattering mind. but mind dont want to stop(nature of mind) so it stics to something which flourishes easily, and f

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Indumukhi A.,
Council Member
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  Do you think this statement applies to all people?

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krishnamurthy salem ramachandran,
Council Member
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  Because, the spreader makes the news so believable as true. But every person should aware about the true and false before making final decision.

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 From:  ali, Uk, Feb/27/08 submitted on: Ask Agent
Subject:  somali oil war
Question:  what is the Idea behind western competition for somalia Oil and other natural resource

Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 5 Council Members)

NEERAJA NAVEEN,
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  "Somalia has no proven oil reserves, and only 200 billion cubic feet of proven natural gas reserves. Somalia currently has no hydrocarbon production. Oil seeps were first identified by Italian and Bri

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Suresh Chandra Gupta,
Council Member
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  The only idea behind such wars is to to establish one's supremacy over others - 'We have the absolute right over all resources and everybody else is dependent on us'.

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Rate = 2 (Rated by 6 Council Members)

 
 From:  Anonymous, Bihar, India, Dec/17/07 submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject:  Human tendencies
Question:  Where do greed and selfishness diverge?

Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 6 Council Members)

Malini Sharma,
Registered Member
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  Hi Anonymous,

I think the question is not correct. Greed and selfishness are not the same thing and hence how can they diverge from each other? They are two seperate entites.

Of course, often t

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Indumukhi A.,
Council Member
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  Greed is the extreme desire for wealth, material gain, and possessions.

Selfishness is being concerned primarily with one's own welfare, well-being, desires, and interests and as a r

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NEERAJA NAVEEN,
Registered Member
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  Many people approximate trust by aligning with others who are un-abashedly looking out solely for themselves. This strategy has at its heart coincident interests— common principles. Like Mafia dons li

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Lathaa Manavalan,
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  Greed originates from desire, yet compassion tends to make an individual concerned about the well being of others rather than themselves. And desire emerges from the notion of the self which in turn

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M Manju,
Council Member
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  Hello, Greed is to posses more wealth -Excessive desire to acquire or possess more (especially more material wealth) than one needs or deserves. selfishness is Stinginess resulting from a concern f

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Geetha Gopakumar,
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  It is being argued that greed, selfishness, ruthlessness, and egocentrism are qualities that all of us humans possess, to varying degrees of course. Equally compelling is the argument that nearly all

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Dejan Banovic ,
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  The greedy person only want to get something for himself, consciously or unconsciously, and that is selfishness also. Selfish person want everything only for himself, not for other, not to share that

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Shreya G,
Council Member
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  Greed is about others things and selfishness about something that ones own. So greed and selfishness diverge at ones feeling of self worth and self centeredness.

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B Sreekanth Reddy,
Council Member
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  they are totally different- Greed is excessive desire for wealth etc... where as shelfishness is a tendency where one is concerned with only ones slef.

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Sree Kanth,
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  Greed is the root of selfishness. So ther is no question of their divergence. They go hand in hand, a person cannot be greedy unless he is not selfish and no selfish people are content with what they

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C. Raj, United Kingdom,
Council Member
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  The Query is flawed.

Greed and Selfishness cannot co-exist, hence there is no basis for divergence.

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Sudharani Easwarrao,
Council Member
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  It diverge to the evil.

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 From:  Nirmal Kumar Mishra, Bihar, India, Dec/17/07 submitted on: NDTV
Subject:  Enter your query here... earn AA$ for good questions!
Question:  What is the meeting point of anger and pain?

Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 6 Council Members)

Anne Bremser,
Registered Member
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  Anger is one of the possible responses to pain. When we experience pain, psychological or physical, whether inflicted by another or the result of illness or injury, we go through the stages of grief.

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NEERAJA NAVEEN,
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  Anger, pain and depression are three negative experiences so closely bound together it can sometimes be hard to know where one ends and the other begins. Pain is a complex phenomenon that has emotiona

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Indumukhi A.,
Council Member
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  I wish you could clarify a bit exactly what you are looking for-- whether you would wish for the answer to be philosophical, spiritual, physiological, etc...

I will begin with the physical response

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Geetha Gopakumar,
Council Member
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  Truly - there are many ways to deal with the pain and anger. Some people do great to go to therapy, others busy themselves with activity, others are into physical activity to burn off the energy, - yo

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Lathaa Manavalan,
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  Anger and pain meets in a depression,frustration, suicide or ill health. Anger is a symptom of emotional pain.

There could be anger about something else. But anger cannot exist without an object in

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C. Raj, United Kingdom,
Council Member
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  The point at which Anger takes hold a person's senses and devoids him/her of radical, moral and ethical judgement,is the point where pain begins.

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M Manju,
Council Member
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  Hi Nirmal, Anger ends with pain when it is not controlled.When we hurt others mostly our dears and nears it ends with pain.If we more specific anger with our dears will give pain more

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suman rekha,
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  As per me the meeting point of anger and pain is when a person is helpless to a situation in the matter of love & effection for beloved once will feel the pain when he cant do any thing then gets ang

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Shreya G,
Council Member
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  Desires and frustration due to lack of their fulfillment is the meeting point of anger and pain. So, if one is free from desires, he is also free from anger and pain. But it is not possible for a hum

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Sree Kanth,
Registered Member
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  Uncontrolable anger results in pain. And the point where these 2 emotions meets is described another form of emotion named AGONY

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Dejan Banovic ,
Registered Member
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  Anger can be result of understanding of stupidness of the person who was give you pain (when the emotional pain is in question).

Thank you.

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harjinder chawla,
Council Member
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  when your wish for athing and its not fullfilled and u feel helpless and u get angry ,this anger further amounts to pain

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B Sreekanth Reddy,
Council Member
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  hi nirmal, pain in terms of body,is different from anger. but when a man is in mental pain,ie when he is strained mentally that turns into anger.

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Sudharani Easwarrao,
Council Member
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  I THINK THE MEETING POINT OF ANGER AND PAIN WOULD BE SORROW.

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Pritpal Singh,
Council Member
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  meeting point of anger and pain is heart

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