The Smallest Drugs There sure are a lot of carboxylic acids and phenols, and a lot more sulfur than we're used to seeing. And pretty much everything is polar, very polar, which makes sense: if you're down in this fragment-sized space, you've got to be making some strong interactions with biological targets. These are fragments that are also drugs, so fragment-based drug discovery people may find this interesting as the bedrock layer of the whole field.
Ouch...I got it now with the pins. Dont' judge, love by faith & be a person that God wants us to be. But purposely you chose to ignore & hurt me. I deserved an explanation & reason why you went back and I now know I've loved someone who doesn't love me back. I don't I hate you because my heart still loves you.. Never hurt this bad & hope you realize I almost rather feel hate than what I do now. I've loved you as best as I could or as you allowed. This will be my last pin ever. Promise. BABE
"So he's gonna put his trust in you now huh? 'Cause you dragged him out a burning building, wow, what a fucking hero you are. Bravo. Except you see, there's no such thing. Because nobody does anything unless they have something to gain by it. So you wanted what? His trust... his loyalty? Well, you got it Yuri. I'll be interested to find out what you plan on doing with it."- Balan
Seby took one look at the dark green colour of the Amazon River, turned to Stefan and declared: “I am NOT swimming in there Stefan. I will NOT become piranha fish food!” Stefan got his way in the end and managed to persuade Seb to jump in, to the joy of the staff on board the Anakonda cruise who found our bickering (and Seb’s irrational fears) highly amusing. Irrational fears? Contrary to popular belief, swimming in the Amazon River can be quite safe. Our guides knew the spots where…
“Compassion is not a relationship between the healer and the wounded. It's a relationship between equals. Only when we know our own darkness well can we be present with the darkness of others. Compassion becomes real when we recognize our shared humanity.” ― Pema Chödrön, The Places That Scare You: A Guide to Fearlessness in Difficult Times