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OA

A little lost on time
But a dime for a rhyme
It's a visionary sees
Its and eye for an eye
But an eye for the enemy
And squashed like a centipede
Grown from the dirt
Its a castle to the sky
Working close
Just to hide and lie
Another tragic tale
But a Phoenix we rise
From the ashes to flame
There was fire in those eyes
The passion that burns
And we dreaming from the ashes
I can not breathe
For the storm when it passes
What will happen to the weathered out masses
The wind and the rain and the lightning clash
Burning black matches
We born into factions

Im not writing law
But I sought my own destiny
Pardon me I should be saying what's left of me
Not that much left
Hope you a little more safe guarded
Your spirit before
Gets blasted and bombarded
Flustered on the hook
And I read the open book
It's steak and it took
It's a quest for a cook
Recipe for disaster
With an inconsistent laughter
Just one more chapter
We finished up and laddered
Look we climb higher
We're pretty little liars
Light the flame inspire
Teeth gnashing desire
Clench on the wire
We're grasping on sier
Walls can't be tighter
We frozen on the spire

Its an outside story
Waiting to get in
But I don't see any room
So I'll wait with my kin
Second thought I'm good
You can go on without me
I've always been behind
This trash is kinda sloppy
Boy Scouts gotta clean
And tight up the mess
Left by all finessing artist
Stuck with the slop
And I get my hands dirty
Y'all in a rush
But I ain't in no hurry
I know where I am
And a right where I'll be
Its a matter of time no just wait and see
A cheesy little rhyme
With a deep rooted message
Something original
Read from the pass
Went from one man army
To chasing backwoods freestyle
Then savagely wrote
Its a jackpine denial
All to finish all up with a seasoned oak
One year four albums was all it took



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Writer(s): Nathan Leigh
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Our History

It is not known when the first WWW Obligation was used. Because it is part of the First Degree/Honor ritual it is believed that it likely was used in some form as early as 1916. The first known version of the Obligation dates to 1921. It read:

I, (your name), do hereby promise on my honor as a Scout, that I will always and faithfully preserve unbroken the secret rites, mysteries, signs and symbols of the Order of the WIMACHTENDIENK WINGOLAUCHSIK, WITAHEMUI, which I have now received or may be taught at any future time. I will always regard the bonds of brotherhood in this Order as sacred and binding, and will seek to preserve a cheerful spirit even in the midst of irksome tasks and weighty responsibilities, and will endeavor, so far as in my power lies, to be unselfish in service and devotion to the welfare of others. I will attend, so far as I am able, all regular and special meetings of the Order and do what I can to promote interest in them.

The 1931 ritual contains a slightly different version of the Obligation. The most significant change was the term “as sacred and binding” to “as binding”. This was to satisfy religious groups that objected to the concept of sacred rituals for their congregants. It was also done as preparation for achieving the goal of becoming an official BSA program.

Other changes were the Arrowman no longer states his name, the name Order of the Arrow is stated before the actual name, WWW, which was changed to only have the first word in the name stated and the last two words just the letter “W” presumably to be spoken, but not written. There was also a minor change where “the bonds of brotherhood in this order” becomes “the bonds of brotherhood in the Order of the Arrow”. The 1931 Obligation was said as follows:

I, do hereby promise on my honor as a Scout, that I will always and faithfully preserve unbroken the secret rites, mysteries, signs and symbols of the Order of the Arrow, WIMACHTENDIENK, W. ______, W. ______, which I have now received or may be taught at any future time. I will always regard the bonds of brotherhood in the Order of the Arrow as binding and will seek to preserve a cheerful spirit even in the midst of irksome tasks and weighty responsibilities, and will endeavor, so far as in my power lies, to be unselfish in service and devotion to the welfare of others. I will attend, so far as I am able, all regular and special meetings of the Order and do what I can to promote interest in them.

The 1935 revision of the Obligation was very minor. The word “secret” was removed before the word “rites”. This change was again to satisfy religious groups that objected to secret rituals. This change was part of the Order of the Arrow’s agreement with the BSA in order to become an official BSA program. Among other requirements the OA agreed to re-write rituals such that they would satisfy religious organizations. The 1935 version was:

I, do hereby promise on my honor as a Scout, that I will always and faithfully preserve unbroken the rites, mysteries, signs and symbols of the Order of the Arrow, WIMACHTENDIENK, W. ______, W. ______, which I have now received or may be taught at any future time. I will always regard the bonds of brotherhood in the Order of the Arrow as binding and will seek to preserve a cheerful spirit even in the midst of irksome tasks and weighty responsibilities, and will endeavor, so far as in my power lies, to be unselfish in service and devotion to the welfare of others. I will attend, so far as I am able, all regular and special meetings of the Order and do what I can to promote interest in them.

The change made for the 1941 Obligation was extremely minor. Once again the Arrowman would state his name as he spoke the Obligation. The 1941 version was spoken as follows:

I, (your name), do hereby promise on my honor as a Scout, that I will always and faithfully preserve unbroken the rites, mysteries, signs and symbols of the Order of the Arrow, WIMACHTENDIENK, W. ______, W. ______, which I have now received or may be taught at any future time. I will always regard the bonds of brotherhood in the Order of the Arrow as binding and will seek to preserve a cheerful spirit even in the midst of irksome tasks and weighty responsibilities, and will endeavor, so far as in my power lies, to be unselfish in service and devotion to the welfare of others. I will attend, so far as I am able, all regular and special meetings of the Order and do what I can to promote interest in them.

The 1948 version of the Obligation had the most significant changes of any revision. This was because in 1948 the OA became fully integrated into the BSA and all rituals including Obligations were reviewed. The phrase “faithfully preserve unbroken the rites, mysteries, signs and symbols” was changed to “faithfully observe and preserve the traditions”. “Bonds of brotherhood” was changed to “ties of brotherhood”. Finally, the entire last sentence regarding meetings and promotion was removed. The 1948 version strongly resembles today’s Obligation. It was spoken as follows:

I, (your name), do hereby promise on my honor as a Scout, that I will always and faithfully observe and preserve the traditions of the Order of the Arrow, WIMACHTENDIENK, W. ______, W. ______, which I have now received or may be taught at any future time. I will always regard the ties of brotherhood in the Order of the Arrow, as lasting, and will seek to preserve a cheerful spirit even in the midst of irksome tasks and weighty responsibilities, and will endeavor, so far as in my power lies, to be unselfish in service and devotion to the welfare of others.

The 1951 Obligation was altered to once again say “Wimachtendienk, Wingolauchsik, Witahemui”:

I, (your name), do hereby promise on my honor as a Scout, that I will always and faithfully observe and preserve the traditions of the Order of the Arrow, WIMACHTENDIENK, WINGOLAUCHSIK, WITAHEMUI which I have now received or may be taught at any future time. I will always regard the ties of brotherhood in the Order of the Arrow, as lasting, and will seek to preserve a cheerful spirit even in the midst of irksome tasks and weighty responsibilities, and will endeavor, so far as in my power lies, to be unselfish in service and devotion to the welfare of others.

The 1962 Obligation changed the phrase “which I have now received or may be taught at any future time” to “which I have now received”. The Obligation was now stated:

I, (your name), do hereby promise on my honor as a Scout, that I will always and faithfully observe and preserve the traditions of the Order of the Arrow, WIMACHTENDIENK, WINGOLAUCHSIK, WITAHEMUI which I have now received. I will always regard the ties of brotherhood in the Order of the Arrow, as lasting, and will seek to preserve a cheerful spirit even in the midst of irksome tasks and weighty responsibilities, and will endeavor, so far as in my power lies, to be unselfish in service and devotion to the welfare of others.

The 1986 version again tinkered with the phrase after the three W’s and completely removed the words “which I have now received”:

I, (your name), do hereby promise on my honor as a Scout, that I will always and faithfully observe and preserve the traditions of the Order of the Arrow, WIMACHTENDIENK, WINGOLAUCHSIK, WITAHEMUI. I will always regard the ties of brotherhood in the Order of the Arrow, as lasting, and will seek to preserve a cheerful spirit even in the midst of irksome tasks and weighty responsibilities, and will endeavor, so far as in my power lies, to be unselfish in service and devotion to the welfare of others.

The final change came in 1999. The Obligation had required the Obligor to state his name since 1941. This always created an awkward moment when said in groups. The Obligor's name was removed. This is the current way to say the Order's Obligation:

I do hereby promise on my honor as a Scout, that I will always and faithfully observe and preserve the traditions of the Order of the Arrow, WIMACHTENDIENK, WINGOLAUCHSIK, WITAHEMUI. I will always regard the ties of brotherhood in the Order of the Arrow, as lasting, and will seek to preserve a cheerful spirit even in the midst of irksome tasks and weighty responsibilities, and will endeavor, so far as in my power lies, to be unselfish in service and devotion to the welfare of others.

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Se oa nu Lyrics

Humm ...
Se wa nu éé
Se mba nu é... S
e wa nu Emma ooh
Se wa nu é...
Oh O Bomane nde mba ô nguea a léla a muna mumi oh
Nasi bele oa to bunya no pôlè mba to wanea mba bekwadi é
Yetena wokanè mulema mwami loko son soni é wéé
Na ma kane wa songo botea na wengue na wanea wa sonja é osi dimbea 'éé
Se wa nu éé
Se mba nu é...
Se wa nu Emma ooh
Se wa nu é...
Oh Mba mo na sengui miango mongo ayowo bana we nde ka ngo' pon
Mba na ayo o beni mulema mwa ekon-konye ate mba wéé
Kana wa we no nguma penda o si bi wedi o sudi no é
Wokanè te mba to sona loko ate mbana o ma nanga nde cellule
Sé wa nu éé
Sé mba nu é...
Pé wa nu Emma ooh
Pé mba nu é...
Oh Mba wa nde ne langwé è wa na iyowo mba na Iyowo ndolo' éé
Ema bola wa o pimba mulema wonè na pimba pe mulem lemié
Ebanja na wa mo ma tondo to ba bupe nde mulema é wéé
Wokanè te mba to sona loko ate mba na oma nanga nde cellule
Sé wa nu éé
Sé mba nu é... Sé wa nu Emma ooh
Sé mba nu é...
Oh Ô bomone nde mba
O nguea até la fille de son père na musango wone
O wani nde mba buera até
Biana longuè ayo mba'ééé
To o ndol'a muto ka mba mbana boti idi batè é
To ndje ndo botedi no son elanè so mo na tenana su'éé osi dimbea
Ebandja wokanè mba te loko ate mba na oma nanga so nde cellule
Sé wa nu éé
Sé mba nu é...
Pé wa nu Emma ooh
Pé mba nu é...
Oh Mba mo na langwedi wa na ayowo Mba mo nasi beni ngudi' é Bukatè mulema mwena ayowo
Mutondi wa idiba na bulu é
O nyola nika o sokanè so mo um
To sona loko mba na
Mba na muna mwelè wokanè te mo loko ate
Osi dimbea na oma nanga nde cellule
Se wa nu'éé
Se mba nu' éé
Se wa nu emma ooh
Se mba nu eeh . Oh
Pé wa nu é
Sé mba nu ééh
Pe wa nu eh Emma
Sé mba nu eeh oh
Pé wa nu é
Sé mba nu ééh
Sé wa nu eh Emma
Sé mba nu eeh oh
Sé wa nu é
Sé mba nu ééh
Sé wa nu eh Emma oh
Pe wa nu éh oh

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Coldplay - Hymn For The Weekend (Lyrics)

Lyrics:

E joale ke tla oroha ka la Simeone Ke tshepile ho pholoha motseng oa Sione, motseng oa Sione E joale (E joale ke tla oroha ka la Simeone) Ke
gotlhe mo o ratang teng) Athe Jesu oa nthata le nna Athe Jesu oa nthata le Jesu oa nthata (Athe Jesu oa nthata le nna) Jesu oa nthata (Athe Jesu oa nthata
O a re lwela (Oa re lwela) O a re lwela (Oa re lwela) O a re lwela (Oa re lwela) O a re lwela (Oa re lwela) O a re lwela (Oa re lwela) O a re lwela
bom é amar Que com você, mulher, bom é amar, ôa, ôaÔa, ôaÔa, ô Ôa, ôaÔa, ô Ôa, ôaÔa, ô Ôa, ôaÔa, ô O seu rosto, a imensidão O vento a soprar E
interested No thank you If you want me You're gonna have to catch me If you wanna touch my whoa-oa-oa And if you catch me You're gonna have to show me
So sexy girl stop stallin She stripped her skirt and screamed out Whoa oaoaoa oh oh Whoa oaoaoa oh oh Whoa oaoaoa oh oh She stripped her skirt
Heya Heya Heya Heya Oa n'atle Oa n'atle Oa n'atle Oa n'atle Oa n'atle Oa n'atle (Oa n'atle) Oa n'atle Oa n'atle E ke khale Re se re sa mo bone Wee
Bitso laka Kajeno o le nkole Le seke la tloha libukeng ja hou Nako jaka Ha e fihla o tole Ke ngoano oa hau Ke ngoano oa hau Ke ngoano oa hau Ke
O oa hala O oa halalela Jesu oa makhotla O oa halalela He o oa hala-halalela (O oa halalela) Jesu, Jesu (Jesu oa makhotla) O oa halalela, O oa
Whoa oaoaoaoaoa oah Na na na na na Whoa oaoaoaoaoa oah, oh oh oah Na na na na na Whoa oaoaoaoaoa oah I'm Idiosyncratic All the stars in
Aowa pula tse ntle, tse ntle di tsoa ho uena Mmabaleli oa bohle Pula tse ntle ye, di tsoa ho uena Mmabaleli oa bohle, Mmabaleli oa bohle Aowa pula
Oaoaoaoa, oaoaoaoaOaoaoaoa, oaoaoaoa Kl hacele préndele pa que vuele esto es Kl hacele préndele pa que vuele como Yo soy latino divino
Morena Jesu Kwana Modimo Oa re lwela mathata a lefatshe Morena Jesu Kwana Modimo Oa re lwela mathata a lefatshe Oa re lwela mathata a lefatshe Oa re
mehlo a fodisa batho) A yetsa mehlolo Jesu (A yetsa mehlo a fodisa batho) A yetsa mehlolo Jesu (A yetsa mehlo a fodisa batho) Ka hobane ke Modimo oa pelo
Helele helele oa re duba Helele helele oa re duba Helele helele oa re duba Helele helele oa re duba A k'o mpotse motswalle wa ka Taba ke nna A re
to you My oa-, my oa-, my oasis My oa-, my oa-, my oasis My oa-, my oa-, my oasis There's nothing I can do when it comes to you Wait a minute,
Oaoa ho ho Oaoa blah blah Oaoa ho ho Oaoa blah blah blah ¿Ganaste en el casino? (no) ¿Tomás siempre champaña? (sí) ¿Cambiaste el auto
the way that it go ya I know that I'm gonna call ya Aww ya aww ya Who oo oa, who oo oa Who oo oa oo oa oo oa Who oo oa, who oo oa Who oo oa oo oa oo oa Who
Whoa-oa-oa, willing and able Whoa-oa-oa, in his own way Whoa-oa-oa, willing and able Whoa-oa-oa... This is not her voice She has her own beautiful thoughts
jedermann Tanze zu dem beat Oa-oa-a-a Lass die hüfte schwingen La-la-la Machs wie wir Spürst du die melodie O-o-oa-oa Komm tanze mit Klatsche in die hände
always out of place yeah (Hey) I guess you wouldn't know unless you've lived it (Hey) OaOaOaOa a a underdog OaOaOaOa a a It's in my blood it's
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Lyrics oa song

Skyuka Lodge 270

I do hereby promise on my honor as a Scout, that I will always and faithfully observe and preserve the traditions of the Order of the Arrow, Wimachtendienk, Wingolauchsik, Witahemui.

I will always regard the ties of Brotherhood in the Order of the Arrow as lasting, and will seek to preserve a Cheerful spirit, even in the midst of irksome tasks and weighty responsibilities, and will endeavor, so far as in my power lies, to be unselfish in Service and devotion to the welfare of others.

the official song of the Order of the Arrow

Music by Alexis Lvov (“God Save the Tsar”, 1833)
Words by E. Urner Goodman (1921 or earlier)

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November 22, 2011 at 10:26 pm

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Arjun Kanungo, Momina Mustehsan - Aaya Na Tu

And they will tell you more than once that you deserve a cool fuck!" Mom reached out and stroked me gently. "Yes, she's just a doll with us. All the boys have been running after her since the third grade!" she thought of it as she walked and smiled slyly. At me. "So you agree to be my senior secretary?" - "And what is the salary?" - "Two thousand euros a month and.

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