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Delivery For a product displaying a "Add to Cart" button the product can be purchased directly on PriceCheck's Marketplace. We are pleased to offer our customers door-to-door delivery by courier anywhere in South Africa.
The delivery time is a combination of the merchants processing time and the days allocated to the courier. The processing time is set by the merchant and can be 1,3,5,7 and newly added 14 or 21 days. For a product displaying a "View Offer" button clicking the button will direct you to the product on the associated shop's online store.
Yes, delivery can be arranged as shops offer various delivery methods. All of our shops use the South African Post Office or reputable couriers to deliver goods. Unfortunately, PriceCheck can not clarify how long delivery will take, or how much delivery costs. However, some shops do display an estimated delivery time and cost on their site. So if the merchant has a processing time of 3 days, we add 5 days to that for the courier and display it as days for delivery. We do not source products. Our platform features offers from merchants who have signed up with PriceCheck.
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We are not able to clarify on stock availability as this information is not provided to us by the merchant. You are welcome to contact the merchant directly for clarity. See pricecheck. Quoting Unfortunately PriceCheck does not provide quotes. For a formal quotation make contact with any of the merchants selling the product. Bulk buying and discounts We are not able to verify whether discounts are available when purchasing in bulk as we do not sell directly.
We advise you to also confirm stock availability with the merchant before bulk purchasing and whether a discount will be granted. When purchasing on PriceCheck's Marketplace buy clicking the Add to Cart button, the quantity limit of the product on offer is dependent on the stock levels as set by the shop.
The shop is also responsible for any discounts they wish to offer. Subscribe to our newsletter. You're not signed in. Our familiar images of Heaven come from texts written in the first and second centuries and incorporated by the Catholic Church into what we now call the New Testament. But by the time the New Testament was written, the concepts of a distinct Heaven and hell had emerged in the Jewish culture, from whence they entered early Christianity and then, later, Islam.
The popular version of Heaven today is a composite that comes from several texts but relies heavily on the book of Revelation.
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Please note that I have made no attempt to analyze or explain what these passages may have meant in their original contexts, given the objectives of the writers. My purpose is to demonstrate where modern Christianity got the image of Heaven so often depicted in hymns, sermons, art and pop culture. To many people the biblical description alone is enough to make Heaven sound unappealing, especially if you add in the company of noxious public figures like Pat Robertson, Mel Gibson, Sarah Palin, Ken Ham, or Anita Bryant.
Let me spell it out. Perfection means sameness. Much of what makes life worth living is the process of learning and discovery, growth and change. We delight in novelty and laugh when we are startled by the unexpected. Curiosity is one of our greatest pleasures, and growth is one of our deepest values and satisfactions. In fact, our whole psychological makeup is designed for tuning in to change, including our senses.
When a sound is continuous, we mostly stop hearing it; a static image on the eye registers as a blind spot. Even art relies on imperfection and newness to create beauty or to trigger our aesthetic sense. The problem is, perfect means finished and complete. Perfection is sterile, in every sense of the word. Your best qualities are irrelevant. If everything is perfect, then many of the qualities we most value in ourselves and each other become irrelevant.
Compassion and generosity are pointless, because nobody is hurting or in need of anything. Not needed. All useless.go site
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Sigmund Freud once said that mental health is the ability to love and to work, but in the state of perfection both lose their meaning. There is no need to create or produce, and little value in offering our affection and commitment to another person who is percent perfect and complete without us. Gone is the thrill of risk. The adrenaline rush—the high—and the euphoria afterwards surge only because, despite our skill and preparation, there was some chance we would fail.
Forget physical pleasures like food, drink, sleep, and sex.
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Does the risen Jesus with his new and perfect body have a penis? Do angels? Eating, drinking, or fornicating—each of these physical pleasures depends on hunger of one sort or another. Ice water tastes most heavenly when you are hot and thirsty. The reality is that our bodies and brains are made for each other and optimized for life on this planet where our pleasures are linked to survival. To make matters more complicated, we are predators in a complex web of life. The eating that gives us so much sensory pleasure and sustenance simultaneously destroys other lives and creates waste.
Christians disagree about whether there will be meals in Heaven. But none dare speculate on the perfect slaughterhouse and sewer. Free will ceases to exist. But that is exactly the opposite condition they predict in Heaven. Why, they ask, would a god who wants love to be freely given threaten us with hell, even if it existed? But that is a different article.
Philosophers and neuroscientists debate whether free will is real or merely and adaptive illusion. Human reproduction is designed as a big funnel. Christian believers, ironically, would be a 1 to 2 percent minority even if all 30,plus denominations of believers actually made it in. The theological implications are huge. Christian theologians typically explain evil by arguing that this was the best of all possible worlds, the only way to create free will and to develop moral virtues like courage, compassion, forgiveness and so forth , to make us more Christ-like and prepare us for Heaven.