What do you think about the name London?
Place names to me are tricky! I feel if you lived in London, Grew up in London, Visited London while pregnant, or got pregnant in London then it would have a really cute meaning and she would have a cute story about her name. BUT! If its just a name you pulled out of a baby book and you live in Alabama it makes no sense at all. Her name virtually means nothing or has no significant meaning to you or your family. My view on place names is you should have a connection or fond memory of that place. All in all at the end of the day its your child’s name its what you want this is just my opinion and if you still want to name her that i would go with London Isabella.
What do you think about this name?
From your screen names I'm guessing your names are Melony and Zach, both pretty common names. Do your child a favor and stick with names that people have heard of and which aren't hard to pronounce. Having an unusual name makes life very difficult and right or wrong people are often not treated well if they have a "weird" name. I've been there, but thankfully only my middle name is weird and it's been bad enough to deal with.
What do you think about the name Axel?
We aren't even sure if we are having a boy or girl but I have a feeling its a boy lol. Due to family tradition if it is a boy the middle name would have to be Gregory. So im thinking a short first name would be best. I like the name because it sounds trendy but it is actually very old. My husband has a friend that he fell out of touch with that had a dog named Axel so he doesn't like it. Our daughter's name is Delilah Jo
What do you think about the Kingdom Hearts Sountracks?
Well the two official theme tunes for the two games are Simple and Clean and Sanctuary, both by Utada Hikaru. Personally, I prefer Sanctuary (best song in the world!), but Simple and Clean is also really good. However, I'm not too keen on the Simple and Clean remix for Re:Coded. And then there are the in- game soundtracks. I absolutely love the song that is played in the second one when you are fighting Axel as Roxas and fighting alongside him in Bexwixt and Between, and also the song that is played whenever you complete missions in the Hall of Empty Memories in 358/2 Days. On the other hand, I also like the slow ones, particularly the opening piano music, Dearly Beloved, and the song that is played in the second one when you are playing as Roxas and he has a vision of Organization XIII, and also several times throughout 358/2 Days. But my favourite slow music is Xion's song, the one that is played in the cutscene that shows her death. I completely cried when I saw that bit! My favourite world music is most definitely the Hollow Bastion music. Additionally, I love the Halloween Town, World That Never Was and Twilight Town music, particularly the song that is always played when Axel, Roxas and Xion sit on the clock tower and eat sea- salt ice cream. Hope I helped! ^_^
Do you think the United Kingdom should hand over control of the Falkland Islands to Argentina?
As an Argentine, honestly, I don't know.We've been brainwashed forever with an official story that I find quite absurd and convoluted. If I read about different sources from both sides I come to the conclusion that talking about "law" and "rights" is simply nonsense.To begin with, there were no native population, so we can't talk about colonialism. Argentina bases its claims on the legacy from Spain, but the truth is that by that time, all this territory was no man's land. There were many attempts from both sides to control it but in the end, Britain colonized it with many settlers and they have been living there for many generations. They want to remain British and who am I to deny that?The sad thing is that the islands became insignificant for Britain and overtime, the influence of Argentina was very tangible there. Kelpers used to get their oil from YPF, the argentine national oil company. They used to travel to Argentine cities for healthcare and tourism, and everything looked like sooner or later, they would become part of Argentina some way or the other. Then, the Junta screwed it up. Badly.One part of me wants the Islands to remain British, because no matter what history says, their people have the right to self determination. Also, I'm sick and tired of seeing these fucking islands being used for stupid, brainless patriotism from populist demagogic crooks that drive people from their noses.But... I don't like to see a community of a handful of people making a exclusion zone around the islands of several miles, while getting insanely rich selling fishing rights to ships from all over the world, while Argentina looks from the shore. I've tasted the famous Falklands Calamary just once, and it was in China. Go figure!From historical facts, there are many reasons to believe Argentina has rights over the Islands. Just like Mexico had over California and Texas. But might makes rights. That's the way it is, and that's the way it will always be.I believe Britain and Argentina should forget about sovereignty, and focus on natural resources. If Kelpers want to remain British, good for them. I don't blame them at all. But the way they are over exploiting the incredible fishing resources of the South Atlantic is obscene.
What kind of people do you think can enter the kingdom of heaven?
I give my answer from a LDS (Mormonism) perspective. I believe it to be true.Through the Atonement of Jesus Christ, all people will be resurrected. After we are resurrected, we will stand before the Lord to be judged according to our desires and actions. Each of us will accordingly receive an eternal dwelling place in a specific kingdom of glory. Jesus taught this principle when He said, “In my Father's house are many mansions” (John 14:2).It is apparent that if God rewards everyone according to the deeds done in the body, the term heaven as intended for man’s eternal home must include more kingdoms than one. In speaking of man in his resurrected state, Paul tells of glories like the sun, the moon, and the stars (1 Cor. 15:39–41). He also speaks of the “third heaven” (2 Cor. 12:2). Jesus spoke of “many mansions” or kingdoms (John 14:2). Revelation given to modern LDS prophets confirms the teaching of the Bible on these matters and verifies that there are three general categories or glories to which the members of the human family will be assigned in the judgment following their resurrection from the grave. These are known as the celestial, terrestrial, and telestial kingdoms, of which the sun, moon, and stars are spoken of as being typical (D&C 76; 88:20–32; 131:1–4). In addition to the degrees of glory, there is a place of no glory, called perdition, reserved for those who commit the unpardonable sin (denying the Holy Ghost).So to answer your question I would say all types of people enter heaven but they go to different places in heaven.For further info see: Preach My Gospel: The Plan of SalvationTo ask a question chat online at Chat | Mormon.org
What do you think of the name Rea Alanna King for a baby girl?
Thanks for the A2A. It sounds beautiful! Is King the surname?Although not exactly the same, Rea makes me think of royalty too! The Spanish word for king is Rey, Their word for queen is actually Reina, but still in a way Rea reminds me of a female version of king. Hey- maybe that’s a feminist approach- skip the stereotypes of queen and just have a girl be king! I kinda like that idea. Lol. She’ll basically be Rea King, because few people go by both first and middle names as they get older, like when they enter school.I’m pronouncing Rea with two syllables: Ray-a. If that’s wrong I guess the analogy doesn’t work, but all the possible pronunciations I can think of are still pretty.The only suggestion I might make is to also try it out with middle names that don’t also end in ‘a’? Just to see whether you prefer the similarity or like them to end a bit differently. But ultimately choose the one that sounds best to you. Otherwise I really think whether a name sounds good or not is completely suggestive, there’s no right or wrong answer and whatever you choose there will be people who love it and people who don’t.For example, one reason I like it is that I prefer non-traditional names. I just like a little variety! I’m personally not fond of the name Harry for a baby, so I was quite surprised when a friend’s sister used it 25 years ago and all my friends that were talking about it gushed about how much they like that name. In my head, I see Harry as an old man with a paunch going bald! And then there’s the old saying ‘any Tom, Dick or Harry’, which came about because decades ago those were about the most common men’s names around. I’m kind of a rebel and really common names just aren’t my thing. Maybe it’s also because, for my generation at least, I have a common one myself.I don’t say that to insult anyone named Harry or who named their child that, but only to point out that my opinion doesn’t matter because for everyone who doesn’t like a particular name, there are probably more who do.Some names have a serious negative connotation, but it’s a rare exception. I understand that the name Adolph was very popular in Germany until Hitler came along, and after WWII it has all but disappeared from their society. So Osama isn’t gonna be very popular for awhile I suspect except for jihadists. But aside from things like that, I say the only ones whose opinion matters art the parents choosing the name!
Do you think God's Kingdom will be real and both Heavenly and earthly?
JESUS CHRIST taught his followers: “You must pray, then, this way: ‘Our Father in the heavens, let your name be sanctified. Let your kingdom come. Let your will take place, as in heaven, also upon earth.’” (Matthew 6:9, 10) This prayer, known to many as the Our Father, or the Lord’s Prayer, explains the purpose of God’s Kingdom. By means of the Kingdom, God’s name will be sanctified. It will be cleared of all the dishonor that has been heaped upon it as a result of the rebellion of Satan and man. This is vital. The happiness of all intelligent creatures depends on their holding God’s name sacred and willingly accepting his right to rule.—Revelation 4:11. In addition, the Kingdom is set up to “let [God’s] will take place, as in heaven, also upon earth.” And what is that will? It is to restore the relationship between God and humankind, which Adam lost. The Kingdom will also serve the purpose of the Universal Sovereign, Jehovah, to establish a paradise on earth where good people can enjoy life forever. Yes, God’s Kingdom will undo all the damage done by original sin and will make God’s loving purpose for the earth a reality. (1 John 3:8) This Kingdom and what it will accomplish is, in fact, the main message of the Bible. BTW Friend I like your questions & I would love to answer more but I am not well & need to go rest now so please forgive my cut & paste answers.
What do you think about the name Annabel?
An ex-coworker is naming her daughter Annabelle. A friend of mine started making fun of her for it. I told my friend that my husband and I are naming our first daughter Annabel Lee after the poem (I love it.) The friend told me that is a cow's name and that she hopes I have all boys. What do you guys think?