Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : LGBT: Can I do something gay and loving for you?

Can I offer you my gay shoulder, lap or kiss? Would it make you feel better? Would it put a smile on your face or a tingle in your tummy? Could I tickle your palm and lull you to sleep or kiss your brow; cool your fever or quiet your cough? Can I calm your inner turmoil? Can I in any way make you feel better? Can I do anything whatsoever to make myself a useful individual?

Answer by Miranda C
of course you can and I bet there will be takers for your kindness!

Answer by George
If I kiss you where it’s sore, will you feel better…

Sorry, just thought of that song when I read this.

I could really use a great big hug right now. Today was really tough and painful.

Answer by PAULO
Thanks dude, I could always use a hug!

I think I read somewhere we need about six hugs a day for normal healthy emotional growth.

So maybe make that five more 🙂

Answer by JM
Well to be honest i feel pretty good right now, i’m kind of cheerful for some reason. But if you want you can sit on my lap, i’m pretty sure it’ll give me a tingle. Of course you can tickle my palm, and then kiss my brow. Oh and your already useful, just the fact that your on here is pretty cool And is there any way that i can make you happy?

Answer by Silver
Yes you may.

Answer by Rob R
Dear Omega, I would be happy to have a hug from you and a sweet kiss too, I’d have a wonderful feeling of warmth and a tingle too, just to know you were close to me would make me smile and feel great. I hope you will let me offer you the same affection and I know I will feel better.
Tris, you are useful just in the way you lift up so many of us on here, making us feel like the center of the Universe and someone so important to you. I hope you know you are someone very important to a lot of us as well, myself included. I have read about some inner turmoil in your life and I’d like to help ease that for you, will you let me? I hope you sleep well dear Tris, and know that you are well loved.

Answer by ♥Cуαηι∂e♥ nσω 50% мσяє αωєѕσмє!
You’re lovely! =)

Can I have a hug..? I really need one right now..

Answer by K J
YEA! 😀
give me a big hug, I need it!

Answer by zac
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. Your sweet. Can i give you a hug. *hug*

Answer by Romeo
can i have some hug pleasee

Answer by Red Nose Melbourne Boi
I don’t know you….but thanks for the offer. If every strangers said this to me, I would be weirded out.

Answer by lamp
Awww, I love gay guys. Why can’t straight guys be like this?

Answer by *mendokusai*
You could offer me your lap and anything else you wanna give me ; )

…lol Knowing that you care is enough. I would feel better if you acknowledge that you are a useful individual. I can’t say anything that Rob R hasn’t, so I’ll shut up now.

Answer by SSS – !!
U already hav via your posts !

Answer by King Moo!
Just promise me you’ll never go anywhere without me, and you’ll never leave me!!:)

Answer by bradat26
Rob R. beat me to it, too. A lot of us would like to do the same to you, as well, because of your kind thoughts.

You’re a joy to have on here, and you’re sweet, too. Thank you for giving us all an internet hug.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What is the history behind palm reading?

Answer by ChainLightning ⅜
Palmistry, also known as chiromancy, is the practice of telling fortunes from the lines, marks, and patterns on the hands, particularly the palms.

Palmistry was practiced in many ancient cultures, such as India, China and Egypt. The first book on the subject appeared in the 15th century. The term chiromancy comes from the Greek word for hand (cheir).

Palmistry was used during the middle ages to detect witches. It was believed that certain spots on the hand indicated one had made a pact with the Devil. Palmistry was condemned by the Catholic Church but in the 17th century it was taught at several German universities (Pickover, 64). Britain outlawed palmistry in the 18th century. It is popular enough in America in the 20th century to deserve its own book in the Complete Idiot’s Guide series.

According to Ann Fiery (The Book of Divination), if you are right handed, your left hand indicates inherited personality traits and your right hand indicates your individuality and fulfillment of potential. The palmist claims to be able to read the various lines on your hand. These lines are given names like the life line, the head line, the heart line, the Saturne line. The life line supposedly indicates physical vitality, the head line intellectual capacity, the heart line emotional nature, etc.

Some palmistry mimics metoposcopy or physiognomy. It claims that you can tell what a person is like by the shape of their hands. Creative people have fan-shaped hands and sensitive souls have narrow, pointy fingers and fleshy palms, etc. There is about as much scientific support for such notions as there is for personology or phrenology. All such forms of divination seem to be based on sympathetic magic and cold reading.

The authors of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Palmistry, Robin Giles and Lisa Lenard, claim that “palmistry works because your hand changes as you do.” They claim to have a few anecdotes to back them up on this, but fail to produce any scientific support for the claim. They also think that cloning makes it much easier for us to understand how palmistry works. “Palmistry is possible because you are represented in your hand. No two hands are alike because you–and your cells–are unique.” True, and they are as likely to discover whether I will marry a rich woman or find the job of my dreams by looking at my cells as by looking at my palms.

Although you can often tell a lot about a person by examining his or her hands, there is no scientific support for the claim that you tell such things as whether you will inherit money or find your true love from the lines or marks on your hands. I suspect that many of those who think they have found support for palmistry are guilty of confirmation bias and have found it in the form of anecdotes.

The desire for knowledge of the future seems to be at the root of palmistry and other forms of divining secret knowledge through paranormal revelations. Also, fortune tellers relieve us of the obligation to gather evidence and think about that evidence. Our palmists and graphologists, etc., also relieve us of the difficult task of evaluating the consequences of taking various actions. They absolve us of the responsibility of decision-making. They are great comforts, therefore, to the insecure, the lazy, and the incompetent. Of course, they can also be data points, i.e., they provide one more piece of data that a person can use to make a decision. Some writers even use divination such as the Tarot or the I Ching to give them ideas for characters or plots (Pickover, 40-41). They probably could do just as well by thumbing through the Bible, a newspaper, a poetry anthology, an encyclopedia, or a skeptical dictionary.

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Luis Miguel Palm Reading

Written by LoveDrNikki

I was born with my innate gifts of clairvoyance (see things), clairaudient (hear things), clairsentient (know things). By the time I was 3 I knew there were things that I knew that I could not tell anyone about because they got really weird if I did. At 13 I got my first deck of tarot cards (Ryder – Waite) and started doing readings professionally.

At 16 I had my first near death experience when I was in a pick-up truck that hit a semi-tractor trailer truck. My dad had died several years earlier – and he had been a semi-truck driver. I was fortunate enough to receive my Father as a Spirit Guide that day, My second NDE was when I was 18 – I was in a Piper Cub 2 seater aircraft that did a hard landing into the side of a mountain. I have spent my entire life studying and working with the wyrd and wonderful in all its guises. While not required by any means I enjoy using the Tarot or any of the other divination tools I have at hand you may want to use for your reading.

I have Doctorate Degrees in Divinity (D.Div) and Theology (Th.D.) from Northern Lights Seminary and continue to study. Among some of my other titles are Psychic Minister, Esoteric Minister, High Priestess, Shaman, Spiritual Coach, Psychic Coach, Psychic Healer, Life Coach, Relationship Coach, Small Business Consultant, Paralegal, Executive Director and College student. I am honored to be a “reader’s reader,” meaning that many of the people do readings for are readers or spiritual workers themselves.