Every moment I share with youI know God heard my prayersAny time you've lost your wayI will find you I swearIf your heart ever feels aloneAnd the world doesn't careYou don't have to call out to me'Cause I'm already thereI can hear your voice cry to meAnd I know that you're scaredThere's a place where you can dry your tearsAnd I'm already thereLike an angel that follows meAnytime, anywhereThere's a love deep inside of meThat will always be thereTo comfort youAnd light the wayTo help you throughYour darkest daysTo keep you warmTo keep you safeFrom any harmTo show your graceTo lift you upAnd break your fallTo show the worldYou will go onI'm here to giveAnd watch it allTo see you liveAnd have it allLike an angel that follows youAnytime, anywhereKnow my love lives inside of youAnd will always be there
This is one of the funeral songs that is popularly used for soldiers who died in battle. This helps lessen the pain that the bereaved feels especially because most of these families do not have time to mourn their death. However, in general, the song is about someone we love who is far away from us. Again, it talks about our loved one being there for us in spirit. It tackles the love that we share with them and how powerful it is, the reality that we face when we lose someone that we love. This makes the song fitting for those who experience this kind of scenario which is why this song became associated with the September 11 attack where a lot of people lost their lives.
"Me, personally, I feel like I'm already there," Phillips said. "I can play all downs. I'm really good in the run. I'm really good in the pass. I can run down screens. I have a great motor. So to say I'm not up there is behind me already. Now I've just got to go out there and prove it again."
"If Chan is out there doing what he does, then great, he's going to get his 15, 16 sacks a year," Phillips said. "But where's the help at? He can't do it all by himself. I feel like that's why I was brought here. I feel like that's why (Devon Kennard) was brought here, to help Chan and try to get some more push. If I do what I need to do, I can get him up to 20 sacks, 23 sacks."
Out of curiosity, is the email account you're trying to add also the same email address for your Apple ID? I just had the same issue. I had to completely logout of iCloud on the Mac (by going through the "Internet Accounts" preference pane of Settings) before I could add the email account that "already existed". I was able to add the account then, but I wasn't able to log back in to iCloud after that (it said it was already logged in even though no iCloud account showed up on in the preference pane). I then had to leave the "Internet Accounts" preference pane and click on the iCloud preference pane in Settings. Sure enough I was still logged into my iCloud account there. I just had to click on all the programs that I wanted to use iCloud. Everything worked fine after that.
.. is the email account you're trying to add also the same email address for your Apple ID? I just had the same issue. I had to completely logout of iCloud on the Mac (by going through the "Internet Accounts" preference pane of Settings) before I could add the email account that "already existed". I was able to add the account then, but I wasn't able to log back in to iCloud after that (it said it was already logged in even though no iCloud account showed up on in the preference pane). I then had to leave the "Internet Accounts" preference pane and click on the iCloud preference pane in Settings. Sure enough I was still logged into my iCloud account there. I just had to click on all the programs that I wanted to use iCloud. Everything worked fine after that.
Thanks @nomadic yeti, that worked for me with an Internode IMAP email account, that failed to log in when I upgraded to El Capitan. I would repeatedly enter the password to no avail. So I deleted the mail account and tried to set it up from new, couldn't do this as I was getting "This account already exists" lies. And yes, that email address is my iCloud/Apple ID email.
Thanks for this thread. I just did a clean install and had the same exact issue. Until this thread, I have not been able to find anything about this issue. I too use the same email address for my Apple ID. Logging out of Icloud to set up the email account did the trick and then I was able to lock back into Icloud with no problem. The question I want to throw out there (and I know this thread is about a month and a half old) is this: I now have my email account set up and as I stated I "relogged" into Icloud account through settings/Icloud. When I look at the preference pain/accounts tab in Mac Mail, I still see an "inactive" Icloud account for the Apple ID email. I have not encountered this before. I have another machine running El Capitan and I did not have this issue nor do I see an "inactive" Icloud email address in Mac Mail preferences. What's that doing there? Not a huge deal but just wondering. Thanks.
Thanks for the advice. I tried it and didn't have the same success others have had, perhaps I needed to log out after deactivating the iCloud account, I don't know. These types of problems really bug me. However, your thought helped me resolve the problem in another way. I had the same problem with my email address = apple ID. We're with Comcast and so I chose to create another Comcast email account, a dummy account if you will with a different email address, username etc. I then went back into the Mac and it was happy to set up this account for me using the standard automated process. I then went into that account and edited the fields such that it matched how things should look for the account I wanted to set up in the first place but wasn't able to because of the error message "this account already exists". All the fields were editable and no complaints from the OS were generated. I then went back into Comcast and deleted the dummy account. All seems to be well (fingers crossed).
3) You should see your iCloud account to the left. Under that you should see all your other email account(s) listed as "inactive". Click the one you want to activate (it'll prompt you for your password) then to your right there are check boxes. Check all that you want applied, particularly the check box for "mail."
BOY: Mom, when is daddy coming home?MOM: Daddy misses us too honey.(phone rings)MOM: Hello. Hi honey. MUSIC:He called her on the roadFrom a lonely cold hotel room DAD: Hi honey. MUSIC:Just to hear her say I love you one more time MOM: I love you. MUSIC:A little voice came on the phoneSaid Daddy when you coming home? MOM: Hes right here.BOY: Dad when you gonna come home? MUSIC:He said the first thing that came to his mindIm already there DAD: Im already there. MUSIC:Take a look aroundIm the sunshine in your hairIm the shadow on the groundIm the whisper in the windIm your imaginary friendAnd I know Im in your prayersOh Im already there DAD: Hey buddy.BOY: (giggles)
> And so whoever decided to invent RPM when deb was already there, should be similarly ashamed.I'm having a hard time finding actual dates, but from what I can find out: -history/ch-deta...dpkg was developed during 1994, but the first "public" release of debian with dpkg didn't happen until March 1995 -- 0.93r5. RPM was first used in RHL 2.0 Beta, publically released in the summer of 1995 but the immediate predecessor of RPM (RPP) became publically available in RHL 0.9 on October 1994. PMS was another package system that was used in the BOGUS distribution, and the brains behind RPP and PMS merged the best of both to create PM then RPM shortly afterwards.So while technically Debian/dpkg was publically available before RHL/RPM, dpkg "wasn't already there" to be used when RHL1.0/RPP (and PMS) was released, nor while RPM was being developed.Using your logic, "whoever decided to invent dpkg when RPP and PMS were already there should be similarly ashamed." (Log in to post comments) deb "wasn't already there" to be used. Posted Feb 22, 2007 18:00 UTC (Thu) by evgeny (subscriber, #774) [Link] 2b1af7f3a8