About curryNcode

carefree, careless, self loathing, forgetful of people, places and names....yet I do care for people or that's what I would like to think... addicted to all things in life ( in a bad way).... That's me in a nutshell. Love me or hate me.... that would be subject to your interpretation of the truth, and what is the truth??? Well, that's a loaded question.... go read the Bible.. if that's your thing

Peacemakers Vs. Cowards

When I was young, I was trained to respect myself. Traditionally this would be mean that I would have to be quick on my feet and mind. To be able to respond to people with an equal measure of aggression or more. To be able to show people that you can’t be messed with and if they did they would learn lessons real fast.

If you did’t have any of the above mentioned qualities, you are more likely to be taken advantage of and be disenfranchised. In simple words you are likely a coward or a wimp.

So, this is where my world collides with reality. I am not an aggressive person, neither am I quick on my feet or mind. When a hot head riles me up, I am more likely to be stunt not knowing how to respond. Even when I know that I have been gravely wronged, I am still framing responses, while the other person has accused me, labelled me and assigned me his fair share of punishment and is already on his way.

All my life I have been beating myself up, because of my inability to respond to people in kind. More than the hurt inflicted by another person, I hate myself because of my inability to respond in an equal manner of aggression or hostility.  I can’t help myself, because I can’t find a means to release my anger.

Recently something happened and I was extremely mad at the person who hurt me, but even more mad at myself. I just did’t know what to do. Then out of the blue, I heard [Translation: A quick thought flew through my head] the words Jesus said “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of GOD: Mat 5:9”. The words stuck; and a realization followed.

I have had people say that I am a coward, that I can’t stand up for myself. It’s true, but this new realization has prompted me to understand that the real reason I refuse to jump into the fray is because I dislike confrontations. I am trying to find a peaceful means of resolving a situation. It is not something that I have been doing consciously, it was more of a sub conscious decision. Hence my knee jerk reaction has always been to avoid confrontations and find a peaceful solution.

I have now found peace. I will no longer blame myself or be angry again because of my inability to react with aggression because I know I will be called a child of GOD. That was Jesus’ promise.

Hold that thought because, I am now wondering weather I am a peacemaker or a pain avoid-er… hmm m  I  am lost again…




Silkroad-pharmacy with PayPal

No more doctor visits. I am getting all of my medicines from http://silkroad-pharmacy.net/. You should to0. The prices are extremely cheap and they are very reliable t0o.


It’s been a long time since any pharmacy uses payment option with PayPal. due to many restriction owners of the site does not use any kind of live transaction for the products.

silkroad-pharmacy in the USA

In United sates of America, People are fascinated with the meds which are widely used in daily routine. it may be ADHD, ANixety, Weight Lose, Steroids pills and much more.

we have found so many articles regarding silk road pharmacy and pharma drugs where they are restricted according to the policy of USA.

Resources: http://www.business-standard.com/article/international/china-ropes-in-us-japan-for-silk-road-summit-117051201154_1.html

Getting Order Through Paypal

It has been a long time since any of the pharma website using PayPal, Silkroad-pharmacy.net using Braintree for accessing PayPal which is highly secure and best for the customer. some time its unavailable for the customer and restricted for some country.

How to Book order with PayPal.

  1. Login to the silkroad-pharmacy.net and Register as a user or you can…

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Bloggers you might ❤ 20/10/17

I have a promote your blog link on my site where I encourage people to leave a link to their blog and a short description about their site or themselves.

“Hint: Please write something interesting”

These are a few blogs that I would like to feature today

divinespice: My name is Nithya and I am a food blogger who believes in eating good food makes you feel better. I try to post variety of recipes in a healthy way without compromising the taste. I am also working on offering health and beauty tips! Hope you guys find my blog interesting! Link to my blog is :- https://divinespice.com

lilsprinklesofsparkle:  Hi! I am Kieona and I am 13 this year. You could call this a lifestyle blog. I love blogging about my past and present experiences and my little sister. I like to doodle, crochet, do gymnastics and crafts. 🙂 I just started blogging about 3 weeks ago (that was sometime back) . Please do visit my blog and if you enjoyed it, please leave comments (comments are definitely welcome!) and follow my blog for the latest updates on new posts!


Ethan Collins: David Malone and I are the admins over at edonlineblog.wordpress.com, which we just started up January of this year. Over there at ED, we love to discuss music, movies, and more. Our principles might be summarized as such: Have fun; be open to new and diverse styles, genres, and experiences; don’t become stagnant; and always apply critical thinking. David and I are IT guys by day, bloggers by night, and lovers of good movies and music always.

CelinaKayMy name is Celina and my blog is called, “Dear You, Love, Celina Kay”. It is a personal blog that details my life experiences and the lessons I’ve been learning along my journey this year. I am a strong believer and have found that this type of writing has brought me closer to Christ. You see, “Dear You, Love, Celina Kay” is written like diary entries, so I try to make it as honest as possible, without giving away the intimate details of my life. It started really as me processing to myself. So this “you” was really me, even though I am writing to all that read. God’s used my words to heal wounds within myself and I think even touch the hearts of a few that have read my posts.

I started writing over here on WP in January and was encouraged to do so after writing my best friend this short story for him as his Christmas present. My favorite type of writing has always been that of the creative and personal type, so this has been a really fun journey 🙂 I’m so excited to see how my blog grows as the year progressing. I release a new post each much and each month’s topic is just as much a mystery to me as it is to my readers hahah! I hope you find the time to check it out 🙂

hurlwinds: I don’t quite know how to explain my blog. I’m 20 years old hiding under the name Hurlwinds because writing as myself tends to result in me limiting what I will say. I created Hurlwinds on Twitter as a means to anonymously post poetry. However, for the last two years I’ve been dealing with addiction issues, making it difficult to put down the bottle and pick up a writing utensil. I’m only a month sober (for what feels like the millionth time) but my blog is intended to be a healthy release for myself.
I have had the domain for a couple of weeks now, but my own self doubt has prevented me from opening up and writing a post until today.
I’m hoping I write daily. I’m hoping it’ll keep me sober. Because bottling shit up is my problem and I don’t want my hands on any sort of bottle ever again.

diariesofascatterbrain: Hello! My name is Cale and I thought it might be nice to document some of the things I do, see and think about throughout the day. I will also sprinkle in a few movie reviews and current events that I find interesting.

Lets see, I work in the IT department, for a Transportation Manufacturing company. It keeps me busy and I mainly post during my lunch break.

I am married to the love of my life. We met in college and haven’t looked back. We recently celebrated our second wedding anniversary, as well as the birth of our first child! Our lives, seemingly, couldn’t be more busy.

I am an avid PC gamer and mainly play Rocket League. I have recently enjoyed playing Rainbow Six: Siege with a few of my buddies. There are certain games that I have to buy and play, recently those games have included Fallout 4 and GTA V, and Overwatch.

Sports have also played a big part in my life. I played football, baseball, and indoor soccer  throughout my high school career. I am a Dallas sports fan, even thought I live in NW PA. I enjoy watching the Cowboys, Stars, and Rangers.





nicotine cravings

For anyone quitting smoking,.. this seemed interesting enaugh

The Shaming Room

Most places on the web say that your nicotine cravings will come and go after the first three days of quitting and it usually does not last for more than a few minutes.

Today is my 20th day and I am telling you, my cravings are at an all time high. Its been going on for more than a few hours now and there are no signs of it ebbing away. I have tried coffee, chewing gum, listening to music… but so far nothing seems to be working.

Not sure how long I can keep this fight up. So here I am trying to get past the breaking point by trying to write about it. I have been trying to quit for more than 30 years now, but frankly, I haven’t had a reason to quit. Sure.. I go out of breath quiet easily these days. I am very well…

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Compassion for Your Neighbor

But a certain Samaritan, as he journeyed, came where he was. And when he saw him, he had compassion.
Luke 10:33

Context is so important when reading the Bible! Take the story of the Good Samaritan for instance (Luke 10:25-37). Everyone knows the story: a man being kind to a stranger. But there is more to the story. Jesus told it in response to a question from a lawyer: “Who is my neighbor?” (verse 29) That is, since the Law says “love your neighbor” (Leviticus 19:18), who is my neighbor? Who am I bound to love?

Jesus answered the question with a story: A Jew was set upon by robbers who stole his goods and left him for dead. Two Jewish religious leaders passed by and ignored the man’s plight. But when a cultural enemy of the man came by—a Samaritan—he stopped to help the injured man. The Samaritan “had compassion” on the man. He bound the man’s wounds, took him to an inn, and paid for his care. The Samaritan used what resources he had with him—oil, wine, money—to meet the injured stranger’s needs. Jesus’ point: Compassion is based not on wealth or party lines; it is based on a willingness to help with whatever we have.

Who is your neighbor? On whom can you have compassion today? If your resources match another’s need, do what you can.

My neighbor is anyone whose need I see, whose need God puts me in a position to meet.
Haddon Robinson