I have made significant progress in doing research on India.
One of the most important things to understand when doing research on India is that what are now Pakistan and Bangladesh were once part of India.
Pakistani and Bangladeshi are nationalities. Pakistani and Bangladeshi have no racial or ethnic connotations.
There are many different ethnic groups and languages indigenous to India, at least hundreds, quite possibly thousands.
The main problem here isn't not knowing what I NEED to do. The main problem here is what I CAN and CAN'T do right now.
The problem is, the can't far outweighs the can.
I'm finding that the list of people I seriously don't like is constantly growing longer and longer and longer. I don't mean just people on this board. I mean people in general.
I am NOT proud of the way I lived my life at one time. I will be the first to say I rightfully earned eternity in Hell.
Having said that, I am concluding more and more that the world is full of people who are worse than I was on my worst day.
I've come to the conclusion that I need to massively upgrade my knowledge of England.
I'm especially trying to learn more about London.
I'm also trying to learn more about Cornwall, which, from what I can tell, is a lot different than the rest of England.
I've been reading that England includes some islands. I want to learn more about that.
I need to learn more about how England came to control Scotland and Wales.
From what I can tell, there are two Lapsarian Views in Calvinism, each with multiple names.
I've read that there are Calvinists that don't adhere to either Lapsarian View.
I've seen the terms "Five Point Calvinism" and "Five Point Calvinists". These are referring to the TULIP doctrine.
I've read that many Calvinists say that you HAVE to believe in all five points of the TULIP doctrine to be a Calvinist. However, I've read that there
Updated May 2nd 2013 at 11:46 PM by gringo300