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Hello Voat, Here is some reading material that Voat might find interesting, submitted: 2/4/2019 1:39:38 AM, 4 points (+8|-4)

The 2nd LAW of Thermodynamics is an AXIOM: A statement ACCEPTED WITHOUT PROOF, submitted: 2/7/2019 10:39:35 PM, 0 points (+6|-6)

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The 2nd LAW of Thermodynamics is an AXIOM: A statement ACCEPTED WITHOUT PROOF, submitted: 2/7/2019 10:39:35 PM, 0 points (+6|-6)

Hello Voat, Here is some reading material that Voat might find interesting, submitted: 2/4/2019 1:39:38 AM, 4 points (+8|-4)

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I'm gonna make a prediction......a Democrat will soon change parties........followed by more...who will be first? submitted by Vibratron to GreatAwakening

Wall41and14Wall 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago

I get why "parties" matter, but really, why don't these dweebs just vote for things that are good? Why do they always pull this D vs R shit? Is being in a specific party a way to get some pool of money?

If he works 9-5 for you then surely you can find time once a week for him. submitted by HoneySuckleRose to TraditionalWives

Wall41and14Wall 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago

I don't disagree with the message.

I've always found the verse "Husbands, love your wives" to be a two sided command. The flip side of this is "Wives, let your husbands love you" - and this goes the same when the verse says "Wives, love your husbands", so then husbands need to let their wives love them. And this doesn't just mean sex, it means 'heart love' more.

There are a lot of Bible studies on love, and one of the hidden themes is that to fully love, there needs to be somebody receiving that love - letting somebody love. And I believe that men are full of love, and really want to let it out when it can be appreciated. This can be seen in their cars, guns, lawns/gardens etc.

But wait... how do those things show appreciation for that love? A car will purr majestically, shine brightly, a gun will cycle flawlessly (which is security but also appreciation for good maintenance), a lawn and garden will show organization and abundant healthy growth, etc. Men want to give their love. And they ultimately want to give it to a woman most of all - as long as there is shown appreciation.

The love of the man can show itself in many ways. One - as the image states - is to be good, or to work hard for the family, or to spend time making connections to be safe and secure, etc.

In a marriage setting it can show in cuddles and touches, or words, or gifts, but each man is different, and it is important that the husband and wife actually know how the other gives and receives love. I'm not a big fan of the 'love languages', but the concept is valid for many people. Some people show love through touch, and some through words, and so on.

For example, a husband and wife cuddle on a couch watching a movie. The touch lover considers the entire time to be a message of love, but the word lover would not find much that would be considered personal love for that time.

It is important to know the methods, and acknowledge the giving of love. In the above example, the word lover should acknowledge the cuddle as a very intimate time, but the touch lover should also take time and use words afterward as well.

The key to accommodating all of the love is to acknowledge it from both sides - letting the giver know that the love was received, and appreciated, and also helping the giver to match the needs of the receiver. Communicating the ways love is enjoyed for both parties is the most important. Both partners should discuss what they feel love is, and how they express it to the other. And then both partners should make an effort to match that love expression.

I always try to say "thank you for letting me love you" at times when I feel a great love that may not have been communicated properly, and also to say "thank you for loving me" at times as well.

Accepting (even what would seem like failed attempts at it) love, and acknowledging it is very important and can help couples find a deeper connection.

Could a Government work where all of the positions are filled using a lottery system of eligible voters? submitted by tidy_athiest to AskVoat

Wall41and14Wall 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago

I'll offer AOC as a counter argument :)

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The 2nd LAW of Thermodynamics is an AXIOM: A statement ACCEPTED WITHOUT PROOF submitted by Wall41and14Wall to science

Wall41and14Wall 4 points -4 points (+0|-4) ago

On "belief" yes. But never "proven".

An example is Euclidean Geometry - one of the axioms there is "two parallel lines never intersect"

Then people created non-Euclidean geometry, where an axiom is "two parallel lines meet at infinity"

Two different types of mathematics, based on different axioms.

The 2nd LAW of Thermodynamics is an AXIOM: A statement ACCEPTED WITHOUT PROOF submitted by Wall41and14Wall to science

Wall41and14Wall 4 points -3 points (+1|-4) ago

It is a response to the other posts in the sub that try to use the 2nd Law as an argument for others to prove that science has theories - and how science "believers" are wrong. Theories that are tested, while the 2nd Law is never tested, just accepted.

I thought it was a good reminder of what "belief" really is.

The 2nd LAW of Thermodynamics is an AXIOM: A statement ACCEPTED WITHOUT PROOF submitted by Wall41and14Wall to science

Wall41and14Wall 3 points -3 points (+0|-3) ago

I get it, and it is hard to disprove.

Alternately, it is very hard to create an experiment to disprove, because it is impossible to produce a closed system that can be measured. It is nearly impossible to create a closed system to begin with, but then to add any type of device for observation will break that closed system.