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A & W

Fast Food Telephone  604-689-1133 sök pandoraspan>

Abercrombie & Fitch

Unisex Apparel Telephone  604-681-1621

Aldo & Aldo Accessories

Fashion Accessories, Footwear Telephone  604-683-5640

AllSaints

Unisex Apparel Telephone  778-372-1270

American Eagle Outfitters

Unisex Apparel Telephone  604-687-6324

Ann-Louise Jewellers

Jewellery Telephone  604-669-1433

Apple

Electronics, Computers and Telephones Telephone  778-373-1800

Aritzia

Ladies Apparel Telephone  604-681-7363
B B

B2

Footwear Telephone  604-891-1403

Babaton

Ladies Apparel Telephone  604-681-6959

Banana Republic

Unisex Apparel Telephone  604-688-1630

Bath & Body Works

Health and Beauty Telephone  604-678-8745

Bell

Electronics, Computers and Telephones Telephone  604-408-3433

Best Buy Mobile

Electronics, Computers and Telephones Telephone  604-688-3310

Bistro Verde

Restaurants Telephone  604-699-2100

Blue Ruby

Fashion Accessories, Jewellery Telephone  604-693-3118

Body Shop, The

Health and Beauty Telephone  604-687-2744

Bose

Electronics, Computers and Telephones Telephone  604-678-8877

BOSS Store

Unisex Apparel Telephone  604-637-1032

Browns Shoes

Footwear Telephone  604-632-0102
C C

CHACHI'S

Fast Food Telephone  604-559-9991

Club Monaco

Ladies Apparel Telephone  604-687-5550

Coach

Leather & Luggage Telephone  604-681-9943
D D

Dairy Queen / Orange Julius

Fast Food Telephone  604-632-9540

DAVIDsTEA

Specialty Food Telephone  604-669-7718

Disney Store

Toys, Hobbies and Pets Telephone  604-684-9881

Drybar

Health and Beauty Telephone  800-898-9246

Dynamite

Ladies Apparel Telephone  604-681-3123
E E

Ebar - Nordstrom

Restaurants Telephone  604-699-2100

Edo Japan

Fast Food Telephone  604-428-9818

Ermenegildo Zegna

Men's Apparel Telephone  604-681-7988

Ever New

Ladies Apparel Telephone  604-235-1388

Eyes Inspire Eyewear - Pender St. access only

Personal Care & Health Service
F F

Fido

Electronics, Computers and Telephones

Fido - at the rotunda

Electronics, Computers and Telephones, Kiosk Telephone  604-609-6622

Flaming Wok

Fast Food Telephone  604-688-6533

Fossil

Fashion Accessories Telephone  604-685-7807

Four Seasons Hotel

Services Telephone  604-689-9333

Freedom Mobile

Electronics, Computers and Telephones Telephone  604-678-2718
G G

Gap, The

Unisex Apparel Telephone  604-682-5503

Geox

Footwear Telephone  604-669-6433

GUESS

Unisex Apparel Telephone  604-683-3946

Guest Services

Services Telephone  604-688-7235
H H

H & M

Unisex Apparel Telephone  855-272-7007

Habitant - Nordstrom

Restaurants Telephone  604-699-2100

Harry Rosen

Men's Apparel Telephone  604-683-6861

Hollister

Unisex Apparel Telephone  604-685-6558

Holt Renfrew

Fashion Dept. Store Telephone  604-681-3121

Holt Renfrew Men

Men's Apparel Telephone  604-681-3121

Holts Café

Restaurants Telephone  604-681-3121

Hula

Fast Food Telephone  604-620-9410
J J

J. Crew

Ladies Apparel Telephone  604-685-9726

JACK & JONES

Men's Apparel Telephone  604-681-3292

Judith & Charles

Ladies Apparel Telephone  604-696-0402

Jugo Juice

Specialty Food Telephone  604-682-8716
K K

kate spade new york

Ladies Apparel Telephone  604-699-9106

Koodo

Electronics, Computers and Telephones Telephone  604-685-8608
L L

La Prep

Fast Food Telephone  604-688-6896

La Senza

Specialty Apparel Telephone  604-685-2380

Links of London

Jewellery Telephone  604-669-8801

Little Burgundy

Footwear Telephone  604-684-0031

Living Foods

Fast Food Telephone  604-898-8008

Lottery Ticket Centre

General, Variety & Lottery Telephone  604-689-1422

lululemon

Specialty Apparel Telephone  604-662-3880

LUSH

Health and Beauty Telephone  604-563-9355
M M

Mackage

Unisex Apparel Telephone  604-428-7134

Massimo Dutti

Unisex Apparel Telephone  604-235-5470

MaxMara

Ladies Apparel Telephone  604-257-2370

Meinhardt

Specialty Food Telephone  604-681-8175

Michael Kors

Ladies Apparel Telephone  604-630-2323

Microsoft

Electronics, Computers and Telephones Telephone  604-629-4930

Moneysworth & Best

Services Telephone  604-408-9188
N N

New York Fries

Fast Food Telephone  604-681-4930

Nine West

Footwear Telephone  604-899-9406

Nordstrom

Fashion Dept. Store Telephone  604-699-2100
O O

OPA! Of Greece - Under Renovations

Fast Food Telephone  604-646-0456

Optic Zoo Networks Ltd.

P P

Pandora

Jewellery Telephone  604-891-1864

Pomellato

Jewellery Telephone  604-257-2390

Presotea

Specialty Food

Purdy's Chocolates

Specialty Food Telephone  604-683-3467
R R

Rockport

Footwear Telephone  604-408-2835

Rogers Plus

Electronics, Computers and Telephones Telephone  604-801-5292

Roots

Unisex Apparel Telephone  604-235-9828

RW & Co.

Unisex Apparel Telephone  604-685-5432
S S

Saje Natural Wellness

Health and Beauty

Sephora

Health and Beauty Telephone  778-331-3942

SGH Sunglass Hut

Fashion Accessories Telephone  604-683-4064

Shefield & Sons

Books and News Telephone  604-687-4202

Shefield Express

Books and News Telephone  604-682-8715

Siba Jewellers

Jewellery Telephone  604-689-9608

Skechers

Footwear Telephone  604-646-2777

Spareparts

Fashion Accessories Telephone  604-915-9440

Starbucks

Specialty Food Telephone  604-685-7373

Steve Madden

Footwear Telephone  604-662-7331

Stitch International

Services Telephone  604-689-2429

Stuart Weitzman

Footwear Telephone  604-646-0550

Sugarfina - Nordstrom

Specialty Food Telephone  604-699-2100
T T

Taco Time

Fast Food Telephone  604-408-1833

Take Five Café

Specialty Food Telephone  778-379-8030

Take Five Café - Rotunda

Specialty Food Telephone  604-697-9060

TBooth Wireless

Electronics, Computers and Telephones, Kiosk Telephone  604-235-9460

TD Canada Trust

Services

Ted Baker London

Unisex Apparel Telephone  604-661-4544

Telus

Electronics, Computers and Telephones Telephone  604-688-8255

Thai Express - under renovations

Fast Food Telephone  604-682-8038

THEFACESHOP

Health and Beauty Telephone  604-975-5160

Tim Hortons

Fast Food Telephone  604-632-0348

Tip Top Tailors - Pender St. access only

Men's Apparel Telephone  604-684-8021

Town Shoes

Footwear Telephone  604-696-9815

TUMI

Leather & Luggage Telephone  604-699-1809
U U

UMI Sushi Express - Under Renovations

Fast Food Telephone  604-633-9228
V V

Vina

Fast Food Telephone  604-682-8016

Virgin Mobile

Electronics, Computers and Telephones Telephone  604-484-4045
W W

Weekend Max Mara

Ladies Apparel Telephone  604-257-2366

Wilfred

Ladies Apparel Telephone  604-681-5939

WIRELESSWAVE

Electronics, Computers and Telephones Telephone  604-684-1023
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Pandora Hund Charme

Pandora’s Box: A Sailor Puts in Two Cents’ Worth About the Spill

It weighs heavily on all of our minds, but perhaps most especially those of us who live on or near the Gulf.  Some are having flashbacks from Katrina—only this nightmare, unlike a hurricane, has no end in sight, and using the word “recovery” is euphemistic at this point.

The cap has, literally, been knocked off of Pandora’s ubiquitous jar. All the horrors of the world—fear, destruction, ugliness, poverty, greed, deception, and death, in addition to a rainbow sheen and poisonous gas have been unleashed. Even if BP can manage to stop the flow of oil, the damage is done. The earth’s black blood is all over their hands—and ours. While many would like to demonize BP for its risky business practices, the truth of our own greed also stares back at us in the mirror. I am not one to chant Death To America for her “oil dependence,” but I acknowledge the ways in which we are all like Pandora. We open the forbidden jar, we eat the fruit from the tree because we feel we must have more, always more, but we rarely count the cost. BP’s shareholders want a return on their investment, everyone wants to drive their own personal vehicle wherever they desire and fill it with reasonably-priced gasoline, we want the convenience of disposable plastics, and we want to fly all over God’s green earth at a moment’s notice. Perhaps we cannot count the cost ahead of time, but from time to time, we get a foul taste of the consequences of our own pride and greed.

The questions run on without answer: when will the oil stop gushing? What will happen if a hurricane comes and stirs it all up and flings the disaster far and wide? Will the oil enter the Gulf Stream and ruin two coastlines? Will it end up on BP's own doorstep? Will there be anything left of the beautiful reefs we just visited in the Tortugas? Will the fishing industry ever recover? What will happen to all the people whose livelihoods depend upon the Gulf’s waters? Whole states, already teetering on the edge—will they fall into the abyss, never to recover? Will we ever call the Gulf Coast home again?

Of these thoughts I have spent many a night despairing. Foolish the one who reads the news before going to bed—it does not make for a peaceful night’s sleep. After one such night of gloom and doom that left me weepy, my only solace was to pray (what I usually do as a last resort instead of a first response) and so I prayed, sensing the enormity and irreversibility of this man-made disaster.  As is often the case, opening my Bible before going to bed eased my mind (and made me sleepy) and revealed an answer, though not the one I expected.  The first half of Isaiah 9, to which I first opened, addresses the distressed (that would be me and several million others):

Nevertheless, there will be no more gloom for those who were in distress. In the past [God] humbled the land of Zebulun and the land of Naphtali, but in the future he will honor Galilee of the Gentiles, by the way of the sea, along the Jordan-
 The people walking in darkness
       have seen a great light;
       on those living in the land of the shadow of death
       a light has dawned.

 
The rest of the chapter goes on to talk about God’s future blessings on Israel (you can read it yourself if so inclined), but, as Isaiah often does, he then speaks of the Messiah—“to us a child is born” who will be called “Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Of the increase of his government and peace there will be no end.” Furthermore, it is foretold that he will “reign on David's throne and over his kingdom, establishing and upholding it with justice and righteousness from that time on and forever.” That word “forever” puts everything in perspective. It may seem that I take these words out of context—but the promise for God’s chosen people is extended, by His grace, to those who accept his Messiah. And the message of a messiah is always a message of hope.

Our problems often seem insurmountable; this oil spill is no exception. It may have far-reaching and unforeseen consequences. My grandchildren will still be feeling the residual effects of this spill. But is it hopeless? No. When Pandora finally claws her way back to the jar and gets the lid clamped back on, there is yet one thing left inside: hope.

The earth holds her secrets tightly—creatures we have not yet discovered nor categorized, plants that contain pharmaceutical miracle cures, precious stones and useful fuels stored miles below her surface.  We have drilled down beneath even the Deep, tapped into something we don’t fully understand and meddled where perhaps it was better we had left things alone. But if she is anything, the earth is resilient. Life finds a way—even though things shift constantly, and sometimes suddenly, the earth renews itself. It may take time (certainly more time than we mortals have), and the landscape will look drastically different than it did before, but eventually, there will be recovery. The coral reefs that are destroyed will be replaced by something else. Oceans give way to deserts and become oceans again. And let me not neglect to mention the promise that someday, after the cleansing fire, there will be a new heaven and a new earth, and a Garden to replace the first. For those with faith to believe it, this is a comfort indeed.



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Spareparts

Fashion Accessories Telephone  604-915-9440

Starbucks

Specialty Food Telephone  604-685-7373

Steve Madden

Footwear Telephone  604-662-7331

Stitch International

Services Telephone  604-689-2429

Stuart Weitzman

Footwear Telephone  604-646-0550

Sugarfina - Nordstrom

Specialty Food Telephone  604-699-2100
T T

Fast Food Telephone  604-408-1833

Take Five Café

Specialty Food Telephone  778-379-8030

Take Five Café - Rotunda

Specialty Food Telephone  604-697-9060

TBooth Wireless

Electronics, Computers and Telephones, Kiosk Telephone  604-235-9460

TD Canada Trust

Services

Ted Baker London

Unisex Apparel Telephone  604-661-4544

Telus

Electronics, Computers and Telephones Telephone  604-688-8255

Thai Express - under renovations

Fast Food Telephone  604-682-8038

THEFACESHOP

Health and Beauty Telephone  604-975-5160

Tim Hortons

Fast Food Telephone  604-632-0348

Tip Top Tailors - Pender St. access only

Men's Apparel Telephone  604-684-8021

Town Shoes

Footwear Telephone  604-696-9815

TUMI

Leather & Luggage Telephone  604-699-1809
U U

UMI Sushi Express - Under Renovations

Fast Food Telephone  604-633-9228
V V

Vina

Fast Food Telephone  604-682-8016

Virgin Mobile

Electronics, Computers and Telephones Telephone  604-484-4045
W W

Weekend Max Mara

Ladies Apparel Telephone  604-257-2366

Wilfred

Ladies Apparel Telephone  604-681-5939

WIRELESSWAVE

Electronics, Computers and Telephones Telephone  604-684-1023
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pandora spill

braccialetto di fascino pandora
scaricare pandora app
Pandora Hund Charme

Pandora’s Box: A Sailor Puts in Two Cents’ Worth About the Spill

It weighs heavily on all of our minds, but perhaps most especially those of us who live on or near the Gulf.  Some are having flashbacks from Katrina—only this nightmare, unlike a hurricane, has no end in sight, and using the word “recovery” is euphemistic at this point.

The cap has, literally, been knocked off of Pandora’s ubiquitous jar. All the horrors of the world—fear, destruction, ugliness, poverty, greed, deception, and death, in addition to a rainbow sheen and poisonous gas have been unleashed. Even if BP can manage to stop the flow of oil, the damage is done. The earth’s black blood is all over their hands—and ours. While many would like to demonize BP for its risky business practices, the truth of our own greed also stares back at us in the mirror. I am not one to chant Death To America for her “oil dependence,” but I acknowledge the ways in which we are all like Pandora. We open the forbidden jar, we eat the fruit from the tree because we feel we must have more, always more, but we rarely count the cost. BP’s shareholders want a return on their investment, everyone wants to drive their own personal vehicle wherever they desire and fill it with reasonably-priced gasoline, we want the convenience of disposable plastics, and we want to fly all over God’s green earth at a moment’s notice. Perhaps we cannot count the cost ahead of time, but from time to time, we get a foul taste of the consequences of our own pride and greed.

The questions run on without answer: when will the oil stop gushing? What will happen if a hurricane comes and stirs it all up and flings the disaster far and wide? Will the oil enter the Gulf Stream and ruin two coastlines? Will it end up on BP's own doorstep? Will there be anything left of the beautiful reefs we just visited in the Tortugas? Will the fishing industry ever recover? What will happen to all the people whose livelihoods depend upon the Gulf’s waters? Whole states, already teetering on the edge—will they fall into the abyss, never to recover? Will we ever call the Gulf Coast home again?

Of these thoughts I have spent many a night despairing. Foolish the one who reads the news before going to bed—it does not make for a peaceful night’s sleep. After one such night of gloom and doom that left me weepy, my only solace was to pray (what I usually do as a last resort instead of a first response) and so I prayed, sensing the enormity and irreversibility of this man-made disaster.  As is often the case, opening my Bible before going to bed eased my mind (and made me sleepy) and revealed an answer, though not the one I expected.  The first half of Isaiah 9, to which I first opened, addresses the distressed (that would be me and several million others):

Nevertheless, there will be no more gloom for those who were in distress. In the past [God] humbled the land of Zebulun and the land of Naphtali, but in the future he will honor Galilee of the Gentiles, by the way of the sea, along the Jordan-
 The people walking in darkness
       have seen a great light;
       on those living in the land of the shadow of death
       a light has dawned.

 
The rest of the chapter goes on to talk about God’s future blessings on Israel (you can read it yourself if so inclined), but, as Isaiah often does, he then speaks of the Messiah—“to us a child is born” who will be called “Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Of the increase of his government and peace there will be no end.” Furthermore, it is foretold that he will “reign on David's throne and over his kingdom, establishing and upholding it with justice and righteousness from that time on and forever.” That word “forever” puts everything in perspective. It may seem that I take these words out of context—but the promise for God’s chosen people is extended, by His grace, to those who accept his Messiah. And the message of a messiah is always a message of hope.

Our problems often seem insurmountable; this oil spill is no exception. It may have far-reaching and unforeseen consequences. My grandchildren will still be feeling the residual effects of this spill. But is it hopeless? No. When Pandora finally claws her way back to the jar and gets the lid clamped back on, there is yet one thing left inside: hope.

The earth holds her secrets tightly—creatures we have not yet discovered nor categorized, plants that contain pharmaceutical miracle cures, precious stones and useful fuels stored miles below her surface.  We have drilled down beneath even the Deep, tapped into something we don’t fully understand and meddled where perhaps it was better we had left things alone. But if she is anything, the earth is resilient. Life finds a way—even though things shift constantly, and sometimes suddenly, the earth renews itself. It may take time (certainly more time than we mortals have), and the landscape will look drastically different than it did before, but eventually, there will be recovery. The coral reefs that are destroyed will be replaced by something else. Oceans give way to deserts and become oceans again. And let me not neglect to mention the promise that someday, after the cleansing fire, there will be a new heaven and a new earth, and a Garden to replace the first. For those with faith to believe it, this is a comfort indeed.