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Luch Break Ki pose :D

This me Me.. today office Lunch Break Post.. hehe.. well i don't care what people say about me.. but i love being for who i  am.. to me i love the way  iam i am here not to impress anyone... haters gona hates.. lovers gona  love..  doesn;t matter if you are damm good guy.. in the end life fuck us all.. so prepared to be fuck by life.. before life fuck you.. you should proably fuck life as well in that way you will enjoy life.. hahahaha.. whatever.. 

Jesus is the Son of God, then Who is the mother of Jesus, I mean God's Wife

The Otherday i got curious about this Question , so i ask question in, below are the answer provideded which i am sharing with you because i think that if you have the same question with me it could really help you..

This is my question Q: So i know that, Jesus is the Son of God, then Who is the mother of Jesus, I mean God's Wife, Yet i know Mother got pregnant by Holy Sprit then, Holy Sprit will become the biological father of Jesus, To me Jesus have three Father,  1) God,  2) Holy Sprit  who got pregnat mary  3)Josheph  , And his biological mother is mary,, then who is his Heavenly Mother ?
Can you clarify me  please
With Regards

C Jambiakmuan

Answered by: Gwen

Hi, there. Thanks for your question. God does not have a wife. God is One God, but in Three Persons - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This is known as the concept of the Trinity. There is no "heavenly mother." The articles below should clear some things up for you. Please write back if you ha…

If Apes Evolved into Humans, Why Do We Still Have Apes?

by John D. Morris, Ph.D

This question often crops up among evolution disbelievers. And while it underscores the truth that most people truly don't believe man came from rats, fish, and single-celled organisms up through the primates, it ignores the fact that evolutionists have a ready answer to it. First, evolutionists strongly deny the idea that men came from the apes. They insist that both man and the apes came from a hypothetical ape-like ancestor, the evidence for which has not yet been discovered. Secondly, evolution does not propose that all members of a type evolved into another type, but that only a small group of individuals, genetically isolated from the others, evolved, leaving the others to remain the same. A perceptive person will recognize that both of these points are nothing more than story telling. The hypothetical ape-like ancestor does not exist, and there is no evidence that it ever did. The "peripheral isolates" claim may sound reasonable, and there…

Sikha lauh di hilou

Sikha/ghost.. Kei gingtak dan in ah mihingte' i kha in leitung a nutsiat chia si kihi hi a.  Leitung a sikha om thei dia gingta lou kahi.. Sikha chia i gensek pen uh dawi nasep/ setan nasepna hizaw din ka gingta..  Sikha omna dia ka gingtak chu Meidil toh Vangam khat zo sam2 om di uh..  Ka thugelh na gingtak ua le sikha lauh na di omlou.. Sikha muh naki chih le lauh louh ding ahi.. Dawi ahi..  Dawi na lauh le chu na khalam ki enthak in.. Hotdam tate adia dawi lauh na di om kasa kei..  I lauh zok di Pathian thangpaihna ahi..  Huaiziak im sikha kichi lauh di hilou.

An engineering student attended a medical exam by mistake. See his answers... 👇

1. Antibody - One who hates his body .

2. Artery - Study of Fine Paintings .

3. Bacteria - Back door of a Cafeteria .

4. Coma - Punctuation Mark .

5. Gall Bladder - Bladder of a Girl .

6. Genes - Blue Denim.

7. Labour Pain - Hurt at Work .

8. Liposuction - A French Kiss .

9. Ultrasound - Radical Sound .

10. Cardiology - Advanced Study of
Cards .....

11. dyspepsia : difficulty in drinking

12.Chicken Pox- A dish

13.CT Scan: Test for identifying person's

14.Radiology- the study of how Radio

15.parotitis : inflammation of parrot

16. Urology: the study of european




We, the Zomi National Workers, resolutely affrim and give to ourselves this Rules and Regulation on this day of the Thirty First October Two Thousand and Eight Anno Domini. This Rules and Regulations is divided in to two parts. The two parts are binding to all the workers within the Ministries under the ZRO. The Ministries may refer articles and sub-clauses in either or both the parts whichever is relevant to them.

Central Executive Committee Zomi Re-unification Organisation Headquarters : Ciimnuai
PART-I Category-A: Entry List of Tribunal {(Constitution Part-IV, Art. 74 (A)} Introduction In the event of any dispute regarding homicide/murder, the Tribunal may refer its finding to the Cabinet Council, and the Cabinet Council may take decision as per the case Capital punishment is the highest kind of punishment that can be awarded and such may be awarded only after proved beyond reasonable doubt Cabinet Council/Tribunal may take its own decision as per the intensity/severity …

Brief Early History of PAITE as Compiled in ZO HISTORY by Pu Vumson

Paihte or Paite is a name given by the Lusei and Pawi to people living in Tedim, in the southern and eastern parts of Manipur district and in the Somra Tract.
 Thaute or 'fat people' is also a name given to them by the Lusei.

 Among Paite themselves thaute refers only to the Sizang. In literature the term Kuki also covers part of the Paite. The clans of the Paihte are Guite, Ngaihte, Teizang, Thado (Khuangsai), Sukte, Sizang, Khuano, Saizang, Vaiphei, Baite, Gangte, and Yo. Most Paite clans claim to be descendants of Songthu, who is listed as one of the earliest Zo men. In the absence of written records however less important men have been forgotten, and only those with power have been remembered. Songthu, or Cawngtu, must have been a powerful man, as Songthu songs are still sung in ceremonies among the Lusei and Paite

The Paite tell of early settlement in the Tuikang or Chindwin valley, where they lived with the Khamang people, who may have been the Shans. According to Vum K…


Written By  IAP_MHA_CTL

    Before going to the topic directly, a historical background will help us to understand the arrival of the British, Christian Missionaries and starting of Western (English) Education in Manipur.  Maharaja Surchand Singh (1886-1890 AD),  the eldest son of Chandrakirti Maharaja  ascended the throne after his father in 1886.   Since his accession, Manipur had become a divided house - the ten sons of the late Maharaja by his six queens were divided into two groups, one led by Surchand Singh and the other by Tikendrajit Singh, the flamboyant and the most popular prince,
who was the idol of the masses; at the age 31 he was the most capable prince.  The dissensions, quarrels and mutual mistrusts and rivalry among the princes culminated in the Palace revolution of 1890; the immediate cause being the ban order by the Maharaja on the 17 year old prince Zilangamba to sit in the durbar as a result of his quarrel with Paka Sana, otherwise known as the arch …