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Private Magazine 219 12 [BEST]


Fork306 Market Street, Old City, 215-625-9425Fork is already among the best restaurants in the city, but did you know they have a private dining room that can seat up to 45? They do, and the kitchen will be at your disposal for putting together one of the coolest dinner parties of the season.




Private Magazine 219 12


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Blagojevich is currently the only politician offering greetings on Cameo. But Galanis thinks the platform could revolutionize political fundraising, by allowing candidates to sell personal interactions for far less money than the tens of thousands of dollars they currently charge for private dinners, receptions, and photographs.


HOME HIGHLIGHTS: - Gulf-front - Private beach access - Complimentary beach set up each morning which includes 12 beach chairs and 6 umbrellas (Service will be provided Mar 1-Oct 31 2023)- Gulf-front pool and sitting spa. Pool and sitting spa are heated together. **Pool heating available Oct 1 through May 1 for $45 per day**- Complimentary Peloton Bike- an Alaya exclusive amenity- Elevator - 7 king suites- Theater- Pool table - Wet bar- Parking for 8 vehicles- 10 adult bikes- 6-passenger golf cart- 1 garage for guest use- Complete Clean Linen Participant - All linens, including comforters, laundered upon every checkoutDETAILS: Unbeatable Gulf views greet you upon entering this Miramar Beach home. The first floor of "Beachfront Bliss" includes three guest bedrooms, a private theater with ultra-comfortable seating, a wet bar, and a pool table. The first two bedrooms on the ground floor feature plush king beds and private en suite bathrooms. Just outside, a terrace-style deck awaits! This deck connects the indoor living space with the outdoor living space, private pool and sitting spa, personal beach access, and, of course, incredible Gulf views. This floor is complete with a guest bedroom featuring a full-over-full bunk bed, ideal for kids or extra guests!Take the elevator or staircase to the second floor for even greater Gulf views and an additional outdoor living area with a built-in gas grill. This outdoor oasis is just off the incredible open living space inside that includes a dining room, gourmet kitchen, living room, and separate wet bar. This floor also includes two guest bedrooms. One with two full-over-full bunk beds and the other with a king bed, a private porch, and a private bathroom with a beautiful, modern shower. Two primary suites are waiting for you on the third floor. Each of them boasts a king bed, breathtaking views, and en suites with a large tub and shower! This private primary wing includes a wet bar with an ice maker, sink and beverage cooler. Two additional king bedrooms can be found on this floor, the first with a private bathroom and porch and the second with access to a convenient hall bathroom. Don't miss the final bedroom tucked away on this floor featuring two full-over-full bunk beds. This bedroom has a private bathroom as well. SLEEPING ARRANGEMENTSFIRST FLOOR: Guest Bedroom: King Bed, Private Bathroom With Shower OnlyGuest Bedroom: King Bed, Private Bathroom With Shower/Tub Combo Guest Bedroom: Full-over-Full Bunk BedSECOND FLOOR: Guest Bedroom: Two Full-over-Full Bunk BedGuest Bedroom: King Bed, Private Bathroom With Shower OnlyTHIRD FLOOR:Primary Bedroom: King Bed, Private Bathroom With Shower and TubPrimary Bedroom: King Bed, Private Bathroom With Shower and TubGuest Bedroom: King Bed, Private Bathroom With Shower OnlyGuest Bedroom: King Bed, Shared Bathroom With Shower OnlyGuest Bedroom: Two Full-over-Full Bunk Beds, Private Bathroom With Shower/Tub Combo Parties, weddings, or events held at the property must be pre-approved in writing by 360 Blue. Fees apply. Contact us for additional details.**Please Note Active construction across the street from the property as of Sept. 2022Please note: This home has a 120 day cancellation policy


19. Secondly, private ownership of property, including that of productive goods, is a natural right which the State cannot suppress. But it naturally entails a social obligation as well. It is a right which must be exercised not only for one's own personal benefit but also for the benefit of others.


40. The second point which We consider basic in the encyclical is his teaching that man's aim must be to achieve in social justice a national and international juridical order, with its network of public and private institutions, in which all economic activity can be conducted not merely for private gain but also in the interests of the common good.


43. Concerning the use of material goods, Our Predecessor declared that the right of every man to use these for his own sustenance is prior to every other economic right, even that of private property. The right to the private possession of material goods is admittedly a natural one; nevertheless, in the objective order established by God, the right to property cannot stand in the way of the axiomatic principle that "the goods which were created by God for all men should flow to all alike, according to the principles of justice and charity" (20)


45. In dealing with the family the Supreme Pontiff affirmed that the private ownership of material goods has a great part to play in promoting the welfare of family life. It "secures for the father of a family the healthy liberty he needs in order to fulfil the duties assigned him by the Creator regarding the physical, spiritual and religious welfare of the family." (22) It is in this that the right of families to migrate is rooted. And so Our Predecessor, in speaking of migration, admonished both parties involved, namely the country of departure and the country receiving the newcomers, to seek always "to eliminate as far as possible all obstacles to the birth and growth of real confidence" (24) between the nations. In this way both will contribute to, and share in, the increased welfare of man and the progress of culture.


51. It should be stated at the outset that in the economic order first place must be given to the personal initiative of private citizens working either as individuals or in association with each other in various ways for the furtherance of common interests.


53. And in this work of directing, stimulating, co-ordinating, supplying and integrating, its guiding principle must be the "principle of subsidiary function" formulated by Pius XI in Quadragesimo Anno. (24) "This is a fundamental principle of social philosophy, unshaken and unchangeable. . . Just as it is wrong to withdraw from the individual and commit to a community what private enterprise and industry can accomplish, so too it is an injustice, a grave evil and a disturbance of right order, for a larger and higher association to arrogate to itself functions which can be performed efficiently by smaller and lower societies. Of its very nature the true aim of all social activity should be to help members of the social body, but never to destroy or absorb them." (25)


66. As these mutual ties binding the men of our age one to the other grow and develop, governments will the more easily achieve a right order the more they succeed in striking a balance between the autonomous and active collaboration of individuals and groups, and the timely coordination and encouragement by the State of these private undertakings.


106. And another thing happening today is that people are aiming at proficiency in their trade or profession rather than the acquisition of private property. They think more highly of an income which derives from capital and the rights of capital.


108. What, then, of that social and economic principle so vigorously asserted and defended by Our predecessors: man's natural right to own private property, including productive goods? Is this no longer operative today, or has it lost some of its validity in view of the economic conditions We have described above? This is the doubt that has arisen in many minds.


109. There is no reason for such a doubt to persist. The right of private ownership of goods, including productive goods, has permanent validity. It is part of the natural order, which teaches that the individual is prior to society and society must be ordered to the good of the individual.


Further, history and experience testify that in those political regimes which do not recognize the rights of private ownership of goods, productive included, the exercise of freedom in almost every other direction is suppressed or stifled. This suggests, surely, that the exercise of freedom finds its guarantee and incentive in the right of ownership.


110. This explains why social and political movements for the harmonizing of justice and freedom in society, though until recently opposed to the private ownership of productive goods, are today reconsidering their position in the light of a clearer understanding of social history, and are in fact now declaring themselves in favor of this right.


111. Accordingly, We make Our own the directive of Our Predecessor Pius XII: "In defending the principle of private ownership the Church is striving after an important ethico-social end. She does not intend merely to uphold the present condition of things as if it were an expression of the divine Will, or to protect on principle the rich and plutocrats against the poor and indigent. . . The Church aims rather at securing that the institution of private property be such as it should be according to the plan of the divine Wisdom and the dispositions of Nature." (32) Hence private ownership must be considered as a guarantee of the essential freedom of the individual, and at the same time an indispensable element in a true social order.


113. But it is not enough to assert that the right to own private property and the means of production is inherent in human nature. We must also insist on the extension of this right in practice to all classes of citizens.


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