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Comments for Don Tow's Website http://www.dontow.com Fri, 24 Mar 2017 16:54:43 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.3 Comment on Evangelical Christians, the Ten Commandments, and 2016 Presidential Election by Pamela Blunt http://www.dontow.com/2017/03/evangelical-christians-the-ten-commandments-and-2016-presidential-election/#comment-856199 Fri, 24 Mar 2017 16:54:43 +0000 http://www.dontow.com/?p=4537#comment-856199 I so enyoy your finely tuned analytical mind, Mr. Tow. It is my observation
that people generally bend their religious beliefs to fit their biases and
preconceptions. .
For centuries, for example, southern whites held slaves
and defined African American people as less than human. This
belief allowed them to resolve the cognitive dissonance
between their supposed Christian beliefs and their reprehensible actions.
The genocide of native peoples across many continents is
another example. The selective focus on the words in Leviticus
concerning homosexuality, while ignoring the other guidelines about
smiting our neighbor or stoning women to death is another example.

Your article is so clear and logical. Unfortunately, many of us humans are not!

Comment on One Belt One Road Initiative: Its Meaning and Significance* by Pamela Blunt http://www.dontow.com/2017/03/one-belt-one-road-initiative-its-meaning-and-significance/#comment-856194 Fri, 24 Mar 2017 16:33:31 +0000 http://www.dontow.com/?p=4486#comment-856194 Thank you for this clear, well-written article.
I wish this project was getting more exposure in mainstream
media. It is really a ray of hope in a world that really
needs it.

Comment on One Belt One Road Initiative: Its Meaning and Significance* by Stephen Ho http://www.dontow.com/2017/03/one-belt-one-road-initiative-its-meaning-and-significance/#comment-856011 Fri, 24 Mar 2017 01:11:58 +0000 http://www.dontow.com/?p=4486#comment-856011 OBOR is the action on human peace and region stability. It must be successful even in years to come.

Comment on One Belt One Road Initiative: Its Meaning and Significance* by Michael Wong http://www.dontow.com/2017/03/one-belt-one-road-initiative-its-meaning-and-significance/#comment-855835 Thu, 23 Mar 2017 12:05:56 +0000 http://www.dontow.com/?p=4486#comment-855835 Great article! Very clear how this can foster peace, prosperity, and stability. Let’s hope this effort is successful.

Comment on Why Meditation Is An Important Part of Taiji and Qigong by Chandos Caldwell http://www.dontow.com/2017/03/why-meditation-is-an-important-part-of-taiji-and-qigong/#comment-855578 Wed, 22 Mar 2017 18:10:20 +0000 http://www.dontow.com/?p=4516#comment-855578 I like the quote. ‘Not intuitive. But that’s not why I like it.

I am happy to know that the “Lower abdominal breathing” is useful, since that is what I do, naturally. I thought I was incorrect, when some exercise practioner suggested the “natural” type of breathing, which is odd for me.

Comment on Taiji by Dr. Dan Casel Cosmetic Dentist in Jupiter FL http://www.dontow.com/taiji/#comment-846466 Mon, 20 Feb 2017 22:38:10 +0000 http://dontow.com/wordpress/?page_id=380#comment-846466 Very interesting study. This is the first time reading about Taiji and it certainly seems like an amazing way to help you teach your mind and body to become one. I have a friend who has practiced Tha Chi for many years and seems very in tune with nature and himself.

Comment on Other by Don http://www.dontow.com/other/#comment-843494 Sat, 11 Feb 2017 01:26:01 +0000 http://dontow.com/wordpress/?page_id=394#comment-843494 Maureen,

There is another possible answer to your question China experienced a major civil war between December 1850 and August 1864. It is known as the Taiping Rebellion or Taiping Uprising. Two major slogans of this Uprising were “Resist Foreign Powers” and “Rid Internal Traitors.” So its targets were the foreign exploiting powers who were squeezing more and more unequal treaties from China, and the Qing government who wasn’t doing much or capable of doing much to resist the foreign exploitation. It was a major civil war during which more than 20 million people were killed, including a lot of foreigners. I don’t know how much the uprising/rebellion affected Hong Kong, but it was very serious and widespread in Southern and Southwestern China.

Perhaps there are some readers who can shed some light on this issue.


Comment on Other by Maureen Doctrove http://www.dontow.com/other/#comment-843028 Thu, 09 Feb 2017 12:47:11 +0000 http://dontow.com/wordpress/?page_id=394#comment-843028 Don,
Excuse my very late reply!
The names of the deceased children and adults in Stanley Military cemetery were all British.
Still a mystery why so many died in that year 1864.

Comment on An Inspirational, Crucial Battle in Shanghai in 1937: The Battle of 800 Heroes by Richard Farng http://www.dontow.com/2016/12/an-inspirational-crucial-battle-in-shanghai-in-1937-the-battle-of-800-heroes/#comment-831947 Sat, 24 Dec 2016 04:10:12 +0000 http://www.dontow.com/?p=4418#comment-831947 I cried while reading and after reading. we should boycott all Japanese goods.

Comment on U.S.-China Relationship Can Use Another Anson Burlingame* by Dominic Li http://www.dontow.com/2016/12/u-s-china-relationship-can-use-another-anson-burlingame/#comment-831737 Fri, 23 Dec 2016 08:58:48 +0000 http://www.dontow.com/?p=4444#comment-831737 I totally agreed that a war with China is more than mutual destruction to the detriment of both countries. I was not keen about Obama policy in Asia in particularly how he chose to deal with China. In spite of all the sabre rattling and posturing in South China Sea, I still do not think China has any intent to invade or bully other ASEAN nations. This is my second year living in China and my perception of ordinary Chinese citizens is that they are more concern with the prospect of peaceful daily life and earn a living. In spite of some Sino-phobic attitude of certain Americans, China is a communist country by name only and the economic pursuit is no different than any western developed countries. China, like any developing country, would need to upgrade their military to defend herself. This upgrade is unfortunately perceived by Pentagon as aggressive behavior. Unless China acts differently, my opinion is same as yours – a long term peaceful cooperation between 2 countries and both would benefit from better trade, growth and mutual respect.