One of the best ways is to remember why you had this goal in the first place. Whether your goal is getting stronger, learning something new, starting a business— it doesn't matter. There's something that you decided to go for. There's a reason you decided to go for that. And though sometimes it's going to feel … Continue reading 19 Motivational Quotes That Prove Your Only Limit Is You and ,in the picture above it’s me, a few years ago. I think it is a clear proof of our limit no ?
From kicking it into gift shopping mode every weekend to making your holiday party rounds, your life during the winter season—and oftentimes your diet—are thrown off track, and your gut’s the one to pay. You’re not the only one feeling this off-putting shift. Rachel Paul, RD feels you. “This time of year brings on a lot … Continue reading 3 Ways to Tweak Your Diet to Conquer the Holiday-Party-Winter-Cold-Season Combo
Who understands love?
How does it operate?
I don’t know;
Its operation intrigues me;
Why we love one person,
And not the other,
Bids my imagination;
And all we say is
Love is blind;
One man’s meat,
Another man’s poison;
You see somebody
You cannot resist;
You cannot explain;
Such is the way of love;
Hard to understand;
Sweet it is,
But easy also
To turn the other way;
From sweet to bitter;
From joy to pain;
It is tender;
And needs handling with care.
That is how I understand love.
Still trying to reach your target weight? No problem. You can do it! Try adding some bodyweight training to your normal exercise routine.You’ll be able to lose weight faster thanks to workouts with your own body weight. Combination of cardio and strength training An hour of strength training at the gym and then another 30 … Continue reading How Bodyweight Training Can Help You Lose Weight Fast
There are many myths about weight loss out there. We’ve compiled a list of the 10 most interesting weight loss myths for you. Read on, take notes and happy trails on your journey to healthy weight management! Weight Loss Myth 1: Carbohydrates make you fat Carbohydrates alone won’t make you fat – if you stick … Continue reading The 10 Biggest Weight Loss Myths Revealed
by Nina Silic Diets! These days, from a young age, we are constantly bombarded with images of stick thin models or ultra-fit fitness models in tons of mainstream advertisements and on social media. There is constant pressure to look thin, fit or to be a certain weight. So, naturally we are all trying the next … Continue reading Flexible Dieting: Learning A Balanced Approach To Fitness & Nutrition
“An apple a day keeps the doctor away.“ We all know that age old saying. It’s 150 years old, to be exact. The apple is the world’s most eaten and popular fruit and is super healthy. Right on time for the imminent apple picking season, this time of year many countries celebrate Apple Day. Peeled, … Continue reading Health Benefits Of The Apple
Crazy-Good Chocolate Chip Cookies You’ll need (makes approx. 30 cookies): 1 avocado, mashed 1 banana, mashed 1 egg 2 cup flour 1 cup white chocolate chips ¾ cup brown sugar ½ cup butter, softened 1 tsp grated lemon zest 1 tsp baking powder ½ tsp vanilla seeds ¼ tsp salt Directions: Preheat oven to 175° … Continue reading Creative Christmas Cookies Recipes With Avocado, Chia Seeds & Peanuts
Our brain is like a huge, lively market place… hectic, crowded, and a lot of things going on at once. Still, amongst the seeming chaos, everything manages to sort itself out. How our brain really works is sometimes a mystery. Yet, according to brain researchers, our brain is constantly changing and can build new nerve … Continue reading 5 Best Foods For A Fit Brain
Are you spending hours and hours at the gym each week trying to crunch your way to a flat belly? Stop right there! I’m going to reveal to you some surefire ways to get rid of the belly pooch for summer. And, it doesn’t require a single crunch or sit-up. 1. Focus on intense, total-body … Continue reading Goodbye Belly Pooch: 4 Ways to Get a Flat Belly
The Paleo diet – also called caveman diet or stone-age diet – is constantly gaining popularity both among athletes and those who want to shed a few pounds. Why? Because by eating only natural, unprocessed foods, we provide our body with all the important nutrients it needs to function perfectly and perform better in the … Continue reading Boost Your Performance With The Paleo Diet
You have probably heard about the phrase “energy balance” as it relates to food and fitness. Despite being a relatively simple concept, energy balance is constantly being misinterpreted or attacked as not an appropriate strategy for weight management. Far from the truth, being informed about energy balance will not only help you maintain or lose … Continue reading The Great Balancing Act: 4 Things You Need To Know About Food And Fitness
Summer might be over, but it won’t be long before the next one is here. Who doesn’t want to be in top shape by then? For many people, “bodyforming” is a year-round activity. But one thing should be made clear from the beginning: Rome wasn’t built in a day, so give your body the time … Continue reading How Eating the Right Diet Can Get You in Great Shape
“You can’t out-train a bad diet.” Have you ever heard this saying before? There’s a lot of truth to it. It’s no coincidence that besides their hard training, fitness enthusiasts keep to a strict diet. What you eat can help you reach your goals – a combination of healthy food choices and regular training are … Continue reading A Healthy Diet and Training Results Go Hand in Hand
“Are you tired and stressed? Are your pants getting too tight? Then it’s time for a detox. Detoxing, or cleansing your body from the inside, can give you renewed energy and a better figure.” Detox diets promise this and more. Especially in spring and in the months leading up to it, many people want to … Continue reading Detox and Cleansing – What Truth Is There to the Myth?
Your friends have gathered on the patio and the grill is hot. Sounds like the beginning of a perfect evening. The only downside is that barbecues often tempt us to consume food and beverages that are hard to digest and difficult to burn off. Naturally, you want to keep in shape, especially before your upcoming … Continue reading 5 Healthy and Delicious Recipes for Your Perfect BBQ
Mention to a friend or family member that you run, and you will likely be greeted with some form of “oh, you are so lucky you can eat whatever you want”. After a while, most runners get tired of trying to convince their loved ones otherwise; after all, it has been drilled in our brains for … Continue reading Healthy Eating Tips for Runners (No, You Can’t Eat Whatever You Want)
Diets are a dime a dozen, so it’s easy to lose sight of the important questions like how does the diet work, or what are the benefits and risks associated with it? The latest nutrition trend is intermittent fasting. This type of diet is very popular among athletes, but many weight-loss seekers also tout it … Continue reading To Eat or Not to Eat? The Skinny on Intermittent Fasting
“All disease begins in the gut.” Even Hippocrates knew this. The good news is that health and vitality also begin in the gut. I am a big believer in this theory, which is why you can always find matcha powder, turmeric, chia seeds, cumin oil and many more mood-lifting foods in my kitchen. In “Brain … Continue reading 14 Foods to Brighten Your Mood During the Dark Season
Are you looking to increase your fitness performance? A healthy, balanced diet is just as important as your regular high-intensity training. The two work hand in hand to help athletes reach their full potential. Our bodies are a little like cars: they can’t work well if they are running on the wrong fuel. Once you … Continue reading 3 Macronutrients To Boost Your Training Performance
A sustainable healthy and fit lifestyle is all about two things: consistency and balance. These are two things you should be practicing all the time if you’re really serious about getting in and, most importantly, staying in shape. While it may be easy to stay on track during swimsuit season, most people really slip up … Continue reading Healthy Holidays: 10 Tips to Succeed & Traps to Avoid
It’s important to stretch, warm up and cool down if you want to avoid sore muscles the day after your workout. But don’t forget that proper nutrition also plays a major role. What foods help prevent or relieve post-workout muscle ache? We have nine home remedies for you. 1. Beetroot At the 2013 ISSN Conference, the … Continue reading 9 Home Remedies For Sore Muscles
Magnesium is probably one of the first minerals that comes to mind when you think of fitness. But, hardly anyone knows how essential magnesium truly is and how it can improve your physical performance. We have the facts for you! Magnesium performs numerous functions Magnesium is a vital mineral: it is present in nearly every … Continue reading Magnesium: Why You Need It for Better Performance
Aphrodisiacs have been used since ancient times as a natural means of enhancing sexual desire. There are more than 500 substances that supposedly stimulate the human libido. While many people swear by oysters, the most famous aphrodisiac, others rely on asparagus. But how much truth is there to the myth surrounding aphrodisiacs and their lustful … Continue reading Aphrodisiacs: Can Foods Kick Your Libido into Hyperdrive?
Nearly every diet—vegan, Paleo, ketogenic, etc.—has something in common with the others: they all recommend eliminating added sugar. These sugars are typically injected into foods to give them more flavor (especially low-fats) or to make them sweeter, but unlike the naturally occurring sugars found in whole foods like fruits, added sugars can wreak total havoc … Continue reading The Top 6 Foods You Should Be Eating To Kill Your Sweet Tooth
A looming deadline at work. Your mother-in-law’s impending visit. Getting the kids’ science fair projects out of the way—the night before they’re due. No matter your current stage of life, it’s likely that you experience stress on a regular basis. And while some stress can be good—inspiring you to make a change in your life, … Continue reading The Top 5 Stress-Causing Foods You Should Avoid
My contention is that… when you are in a bad mood, you eat unhealthy food unhealthy food puts you in a bad mood healthy food keeps your gut healthy a healthy gut brightens your mood Do you know the experiment with the swimming mouse? It demonstrates that unhealthy food negatively impacts your mood. When the … Continue reading Gut Health: How What You Eat Influences Your Mood
Do you want to lose weight? Then you need a calorie deficit! If you cut 300-500 calories a day, you will lose weight in a slow and healthy way. How about working in a 1,500-calorie day once in a while? These recipes are guaranteed to keep it tasty and never boring! Quick Breakfast: Banana Pancakes … Continue reading Tasty Recipes for Healthy Weight Loss: 4 Easy Meals in 1,500 Calories
It’s no secret that adding more fresh, local and in-season vegetables and fruit to your diet is a smart choice. The amount of fiber and micronutrients found in fresh produce is something that every single person needs to be incorporating into their meals on a daily basis. But what about those people who are switching … Continue reading The Vegan Diet: Weight-Loss Trend Do’s and Don’ts
Let’s get one thing straight from the beginning, healthy eating (especially with the goal of weight loss) doesn’t mean that you should be starving all of the time. In fact, you want to eat foods that keep your blood sugar at a steady level so you’re not left with those feelings of fatigue and intense … Continue reading 9 Top Foods That Will Definitely Keep You Full for Hours
1. Put your silverware down between each bite People who eat slowly and chew well feel fuller faster and thus consume fewer calories. It takes about 20 minutes for the feeling of satiety to reach your brain. A study in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association has shown that putting your silverware down between … Continue reading 3 Quick and Easy Tips to Eliminate 500 Calories a Day
Running on an empty stomach – yes or no? There are lots of different opinions on this topic. For some, it is a regular part of their training, while for others, working out on any empty stomach is out of the question. In today’s blog post, we are going to look at the three biggest … Continue reading The 3 Biggest Myths About Running in the Morning on an Empty Stomach
Feeling very hungry after your workout? Regular workouts can boost your metabolism and increase your hunger. Although this has been scientifically proven, it shouldn’t serve as an excuse to pig out afterwards on burgers, fries and pizza. We often overestimate the number of calories burned and we end up eating more after the gym than our … Continue reading 5 Tips to Stop Overeating After a Workout
“You really have two left feet.” The left half of our body is often associated with negativity. But, did you know that left handed people are faster when typing, for instance? Some of the most used letters – A, E, R, S, T – are placed on the left side of the keyboard, that’s what makes lefties … Continue reading 16 Facts About Left Handed People
Being happy and healthy. That’s what we desire the most between age 30 and 45. We want to feel alive and enjoy our lives to the fullest. But, what do these people who literally radiate joy and peace? I know a few of them and just asked them to spill their little secrets. Here are … Continue reading 33 Things Healthy And Happy People Do Right
If you’re one of the 62% of our male readers, you’ll surely want some light shone into the mysterious female world… Plus, we’ll bust some common myths about men too – interesting for everyone. Now let’s get to it, shall we? Myth #1: Women don’t snore False. Snoring is as common among women as it … Continue reading We’re Busting 7 Common Myths Regarding Men & Women
Your performance increases and your muscles grow while you rest. If you find yourself stuck on a progress plateau, it might be because you don’t train enough. But it might also be because you don’t rest enough! The following signs are telling you that you need to take a rest day… 1. You feel exhausted … Continue reading 6 Signs To Find Out If You Need To Take A Rest Day
This is one of the questions I get most often regarding weight loss, so I want to address it right here, right now! Quick fixes, weekend crash diets & magic pills are NOT the answer and not part of this blog posting. So, if you are looking for a magic answer, free of work and … Continue reading Lose Those Last 5-10 Pounds Without Starving Yourself
Mental training is a hot topic that has been talked about a lot for the last couple of years. You often hear people say that if your mind is strong, your athletic performance will be too. But what is mental training exactly? Is it as simple as positive thinking? Ralph Feitzinger, mental training expert, shares … Continue reading Tapping The Power Of Your Mind – Mental Training For Success
For many people, the holiday season is the best time of the year: We look forward to the smell of mom’s juicy holiday roast, grandma’s gingerbread and dad’s (in)famous mulled wine. Everywhere you look, there’s one temptation after the other. Who can resist such enticements? We know that cutting out all the sweet and savory … Continue reading Celebrating the Holidays Without All the Calories
February is approaching, and with it Valentine’s Day. Particularly in the USA, the 14th of the month gets people’s hearts beating faster. These days, though, the day is also celebrated throughout the rest of the world. This makes it the perfect opportunity to share a few facts about love and sex we bet you didn’t … Continue reading Let’s talk about sex (and love and valentine’s day)
Listen to your inner voice, fortify your body with valuable nutrients and do yourself some good: Today we have 10 helpful tips for more girl power! 1. Listen to your inner voice You start the day off full of energy, highly motivated, ready to take on anything… and then it happens: All of a sudden, … Continue reading Ladies First: 10 Tips for More Girl Power
I think when people are looking for quick fixes, they’re really looking for an easy way to manage healthy living. While you may think you want to lose 10lbs in 10 days, wouldn’t it be so much easier if you could just live your life, not stress about your body all the time and still … Continue reading 14 Healthy Living Tips to Stay Balanced All Year Long
If you thought creating shoes with ocean plastic was innovative, how about a 100% biodegradable shoe? Yup, adidas has done it again with their newest performance sneaker made with Biosteel® fiber, a strong biodegradable silk. Their journey towards sustainable innovation continues with the adidas Futurecraft Biofabric shoe. How about a 100% biodegradable shoe? How did … Continue reading The Quest for Sustainability Continues: adidas 100% Biodegradable Shoe
“Mr Smith, if you continue smoking two packs of cigarettes a day, eating salty, unhealthy food and don’t start getting more active, I have no good news for you.” Mr Smith won’t change his habits. According to a study, only one in seven patients actually change their lifestyle after a physician points out the fatal … Continue reading Give Up Habits & Reach Your Goals With These Easy Steps
How many times have you told yourself that you’re going to work out tomorrow, only to snooze your alarm 5 times because “It’s too cold to get out of bed”? Or, what about saying you’re going to drink more water, but you don’t even carry a water bottle with you. There are certain energy-saving tactics that … Continue reading The 20-Second Rule: Make New Habits That Stick
Many of my clients come to me with the belief that they need to have their own lives totally figured out—and all their own inner work complete—before they will be able to attract a loving partner and sustain a healthy, long-lasting relationship. They often ask me, "Do I need to be totally healed before I … Continue reading Do You Need To Figure Yourself Out Before You Can Find A Life Partner?
To share a bank account or not to share a bank account? It's a question many couples struggle with. When do you merge your finances with theirs? And how do you trust that your partner will make good decisions with your money if you do merge your accounts? Despite reasonable concerns, a new study from … Continue reading Couples Who Use This Money Management Strategy Tend To Be Happier
Low-calorie products are booming: cold cuts, milk, cheese, granola bars, soft drinks, salty snacks — there are “light” versions of all these foods and many more. We turn to “light” products because we want to eat healthy and hope they will help us lose weight. We automatically associate words like “light,” “low-fat,” or “wellness” with … Continue reading Fact Check >> Can “Light” Foods Really Help You Lose Weight?
Enter another dilemma to working out that many face — you’re too sore to go and do the things you want to do.
In part one of this blog series, we discussed how the reasons to workout are overblown because you are so tired after your workout session that you don’t want to go and do anything else. Here, it’s a very similar situation.
For me, I’m sore all the time. My muscles are tight, even after a massage. And there are days where it’s hard or even painful to move. Recently, I’ve been wondering what it’s like to not feel like this all the time. Is this worth it? I keep asking myself. Lately, I’ve begin to question my workout routine.
THE NEED TO CHANGE IT UP
As I’m experimenting with different workout routines, I’m still trying to find the right balance between being physically fit and being too…
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I remember a few years ago when I first started CrossFit that I would get frustrated when I got time capped. Some CrossFit boxes are particular about this and become upset if you keep working out after time is called. That would just annoy me.
CrossFit and Time Caps
Being time capped in a CrossFit WOD was particularly irksome when it was one that climbed in weight, and I wouldn’t get a chance to try the heavier weight.
Today was one of those CrossFit workouts where the weight climbed, but today (like most of my workouts), I ignored the time cap. I got to do the heavier weight (in today’s example, it was thrusters), and I got to do a bunch of them.
Then I realized something: I’ve gotten stronger since last year because I’ve done heavier weights more frequently because I never time cap myself. I just do the…
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I have two cats and that’s how it all started with te first one . my wife picked the poor,sick kitty from the street . she managed to heal the cat and years later brought a “company”
When my daughter speaks with this cat, it responds happily. When I have spoken with it and told it – ” don’t make the place dirty, please”. It really made it’s head down. I got surprised seeing it’s good responses.
In this winter, it has treated my flat’s exit as best place to stay at night 🌃. Daily morning it goes outside and in the evening, it comes back waiting for my daughter as it wants to speak with her. Lovely routine, isn’t it?
Thank you for reading. Let us make a beautiful world together. God bless.
Central Banks are About to Be Destroyed, Countries Will Back their Currencies with Gold, But How Will this Affect YOU? (Video/Image/Article/Poster)
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The following anecdote was attributed to Pythagoras, a sixth century BC Greek philosopher:
“I have no trade,” he once declared; “I am a philosopher.”
“And what may that be?” he was asked.
“This life,” he said, “may be compared to the Olympic games. For in that concourse some seek glory or strive for wreaths; others, peddling goods, pursue profit; others again, less base than either, go to the games neither for applause nor for gain, but merely to enjoy the sport and keep abreast of the times.
“In the same way, we quitted our celestial home and came into this world, where some toil for honor and the majority for gain, and only but a few, despising greed and vanity, study nature for its own sake. These last I call philosophers.”
Its authenticity is hard to prove so this is most likely an apocryphal story thought up by some bard or storyteller. Nonetheless, this anecdote leaves some…
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“The camera is much more than a recording apparatus, it is a medium via which messages reach us from another world.”
– Orson Welles
“If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough.”
– Robert Capa
“When I have a camera in my hand, I know no fear.”
– Alfred Eisenstaedt
“I believe photographers should shoot what they want, not shoot what they get.”
– Roberto Valenzuela
“A camera is a SAVE button for the mind’s eye.”
– Roger Kingsto
Let me start the places from this post and wanted to talk about Shevaroy Hills or Servaroyan Temple as the first place as it is my favourite spot in Yercaud. One of the most beautiful and highest point of this hill station.
The Servaroyan is a flat-topped hill with a plateau. The view from the summit on all sides is magnificent, one looks down on a mass of mountains and hills far and near, with the plains spread out like a map between the Shevaroys and the nearest hills.
Built by the ancient tribes of Yercaud, the Servaroyan Temple is dedicated to the Goddess Kaveri. It is a serene, pious and one of the most beautiful places of interest that will instantly fill your heart with its captivating structures, fringed with historical and religious significances.
As the temple is located at the highest point of the Servaroyan range, it offers…
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Best Film of 2018 – #10-01
Here at the Workhorse, we love film. We love the quirky ones, the odd ball ones and the ones that are a bit messed up. Here are some of the films we loved this year.
10. American Animals – “It’s a film that asks questions both big and small, and one that will certainly leave you with a smile on your face.”
9. Isle of Dogs – “ It really is Anderson’s attention to detail that impresses, so many small delights to capture the imagination”.
8. Tully – “A mother of three hires a night nanny to help with her newborn. ” – This is such a simple idea but the style of the film carries it through, along with Charlize Theron’s performance.
7. Columbus – “While the story line is slight enough Kogonada has created a film of substantial authority with the…
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Rosario Dawson has been an activist for pretty much her entire life. The actress, famed for her roles in Sin City, Rent, Men in Black II, and many, many more (seriously, her filmography reads like an accounting of the greatest hits of the last 20 years) was 10 years old when she started making posters to … Continue reading Rosario Dawson Is On A Beautiful Road Trip & She Wants You To Come Along
A brief idea of Christmas in Georgian period (1714 – 1830) can be found in the novels of Jane Austin. In Pride and Prejudice Lizzie writes, “Mr. Darcy sends you all the love in the world that he can spare from me. You are all to come to Pemberley at Christmas.” or Caroline Bingley writes to Jane, “I sincerely hope your Christmas in Hertfordshire may abound in the gaieties which that season generally brings”. In Sense And Sensibility Sir John describes John Willoughby by saying “last Christmas at a little hop at the park, he danced from eight o’clock till four, without once sitting down.” In Mansfield Park there’s a holiday ball held at Christmas which Sir Thomas gives for Fanny and William. In Emma, Emma looks forward to Christmas because her sister’s family will visit for a week. In Persuasion, Austen paints a charming Christmas scene; “On…
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12 things you don’t do to your spouse:
- Don’t shout at your spouse or scold your spouse as if your spouse were a domestic servant.
- Don’t shout orders at your spouse.
- Don’t correct your spouse in public.
- Don’t belittle your spouse to your friends; to your children or to your spouse’s friends.
- Yes, don’t humiliate your spouse.
- Don’t gossip about your spouse.
- Don’t blame your spouse in public.
- Did I say don’t humiliate your spouse?
- Yes, don’t disgrace your spouse.
- Don’t criticize your spouse when you are with your friends or your spouse’s friends.
- Don’t discourage your spouse.
- Don’t adopt a negative attitude towards your spouse.
10 things to always do to your spouse:
- Appreciate your spouse.
- Praise your spouse privately.
- Praise your spouse publicly.
- Use endearing words to your spouse.
- Give your spouse a tender touch regularly.
- Bring home gifts to your spouse.
- Kiss or hug your spouse often.
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It’s been an equally exciting year at the cinema as its been in the record shop. I’ve seen some amazing films(either at the theater or at home.) Honestly, it’s been a pretty amazing year for films and the scores written for them. Of course I find myself wishing I could get to the theater more often and also that better films would make it closer to me. Due to my location in the Midwest among cornfields, McDonalds, and churches quite a few of the films I really wanted to see this year didn’t make it anywhere near me. Or if they did it was a one night showing at 10pm on a Tuesday night.
So as with past years I’m often deep-diving into soundtracks far sooner than the film it was written for. That’s just how it goes with me. When I do get to see the film and experience…
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He was supposed to become a doctor. But of course this was what his father told him to do.
His father said: “Study hard and become a doctor. Doctors make good money, you’d be able to buy a great house, buy wonderful gifts for your wife, and have a great life.”
He was a little boy so he didn’t know what exactly “study hard to have a great life” meant but he could see in his father’s eyes that it was inordinate.
Eventually the boy fell in love with their neighbor’s daughter and every night he would stand at his window and look at her.
The boy often wrote letters to the girl explaining that he would become a doctor, buy a house for her along with great gifts. But he never gave her the letters, he just kept them in a box.
One day, when the boy was now…
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Are you aware that you are sick?
Are you aware that you may
Be a patient?
Are you aware that you may
You may be sick of two ills
That are killing many people
All over the world - greed and pride;
Both of them are terminal diseases;
These two diseases have gripped
Many hearts and are eating them up;
If you are one of them,
They are eating you up slowly;
And will destroy you,
Unless you stop them.
You have a swollen bank account;
Yet, you continue to exploit your workers
And other people in your community,
So as to grow richer and richer;
Why are you accumulating money
Which you do not need?
What is that money doing in the banks?
Many are perishing in misery
All around you;
Meager salaries, you pay your workers!
Yet, they are the ones who do all the work
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Living or nonliving , everything is a form of energy. When you are talking, you are spending some energy. The voice coming out of you is the result for spending your energy. When you are laughing, you are spending some energy which is giving you happiness. Every action is nothing but a result of spending energy. Whether you walk, do exercise, talk, laugh, cry, become angry, cook, read, write and so so, in every cases you are converting your energy from one form to another and that also you are doing unknowingly.
Out of all those actions, let us discuss about one most crucial action which consumes lot of energy. Can you guess what the action is ? This is nothing but anger,being violent. When you become angry, you become so violent. When you become violent, you destroy so many things. Let us analyse the things…
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Copyright Sue Vincent
Among all other feelings, love is only emotion that ties stranger in life and evolves happiness.
And happiness is like shadow of the evening, which increases with the setting sun of life.
This is a response to the #writephoto Prompt – Setting curated over at Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo.
Feature Image Courtesy: Sue Vincent
© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin
È giunta mezzanotte
si spengono i rumori
si spegne anche l’insegna di quell’ultimo caffè
le strade son deserte
deserte e silenziose
un’ultima carrozza cigolando se ne va
Il fiume scorre lento
frusciando sotto i ponti
la luna splende in cielo
dorme tutta la città
Solo va un uomo in frac
Ha il cilindro per cappello
due diamanti per gemelli
un bastone di cristallo
la gardenia nell’occhiello
e sul candido gilè
un papillon, un papillon di seta blu
con incedere elegante
ha l’aspetto trasognato
malinconico ed assente
non si sa da dove vien
ne dove va
chi mai sarà
quell’uomo in frac
Bonne nuit, bonne nuit, bonne nuit, buona notte
va dicendo ad ogni cosa
ai fanali illuminati
ad un gatto innamorato
che randagio se ne va
È giunta ormai l’aurora
si spengono i fanali
si sveglia a poco a poco tutta quanta la città
la luna si è…
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In this article we will discuss about various Symptoms of Renal Stone. So, let’s get started.
Pain on the sides and back and radiates to lower abdomen and groin.
Pain often comes and goes but can be intense sometimes.
Pain while Urinating.
Fever and Chills.
Frequent Urge of Urination.
Discolored and Foul Smelling Urine.
Pink,Red or Brown Colour Urine.
Nausea and Vomiting.
Blood in Urine.
Low Urine Output/ Urinating small amount.
High Frequency or Urinating more than usual.
In the next article we will discuss about various types,causes and symptoms of Kidney Stones or Nephrolithiasis.
It’s interesting all holidays, especially Christmas, are based so frequently upon superstitions, wondrous representations and mystical beliefs. I have to wonder if some bored individual sat in a chair, tapped their fingers like the Grinch, and came up with a brilliant idea to announce as a new custom. The basic colors of the season, red, and green, is one such bizarre association to this holiday.
Can you recall your elementary school years when teachers announced they were decorating the classroom or hallway for Christmas? They handed out huge packs of construction paper and paste, and the class made one long paper ring garland. Every color choice was available, and it was up to you to decide what looked the prettiest and best.
I vividly recollect a year when one of my fellow students made his rings in every different colored paper. One little classmate told the teacher, “His garland isn’t…
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December 19, 2018 at 01:45PM
It was around mid-September when I had to accept that bare-leg season was officially over (hello, patterned tights). Mother Nature charmed me into fall with her beautiful foliage, helping to ease the pain of packing away my beloved sandals until next year. I started hearing words like flannel, shearling, chenille, and teddy. It all sounded so romantic and brainstorming winter clothes ideas suddenly sounded dreamy.
I know cozy means something different to everyone. According to Erin Rittling, senior manager of styling for Aerie, cozy is ?all about you.? This is to say, there?s no wrong way to add more warm, fuzzy feelings into your winter wardrobe. But if you?re looking for a place to start, blanketing yourself in a super-soft sweater isn?t a bad idea—Rittling?s been styling everyone from the model and inclusivity advocate Iskra Lawrence to singer Rachel Platten in them…
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We all have them, a favourite photo or two and I’m no different except that I seem to have so many favourites it becomes very hard to choose however after several days of much deliberation I have managed to pick my top 5 photos of 2018.
Sony A7 – ISO 800 S/S – 1/60 A – f/4.5
Wandering through the old quarters of Jersulam I spotted this old guy sitting quietly in a plastic chair. The light just fell across his body which made him stand out even more in a poorly lit room. Asking if he minded if I took his photo he nodded his head in a No motion and managed to capture two images. My regret is that I did not take long enough to compose the image properly ultimately leaving details out like his walking cane.
Nikon D810 – ISO 800 S/S – 800 A –…
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Time ,you always moving forward !
you give so many lessons ,
If suddenly, you start moving backward !
So many changes,
If happen, we return back our past
And you start moving backward fast.
how much we will be happy then ?
we will get back our grand parents
we will loose ourselves !
Thank you for reading. Let us make a beautiful World together. God bless.
Christmas can be a confusing season. The most commercial of holidays is also supposed to be one of the most sacred of days.
Moreover, the expression of the sacredness of the day is constantly opposed by those who don’t believe in sacredness at all. And what is for many the most joyful of times for others fuels deep depression and loneliness.
The Christmas season is confusing because it is not simply one kind of season. It has at least three manifestations; a maze, a myth, and a message.
The Christmas Maze
This is the hustle and bustle of the social and economic pressures surrounding Christmas. Every family that celebrates the day knows the Christmas maze well.
Moreover, this maze is the greatest concern of those for whom Christmas is not a religious day. In their case, it is an opportunity for family, gifts, and parties.
It is an opening to…
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On the tenth day of blogmas, I am sharing a list of what and what not to do when you hit the low. When dealing with bad mental health days, it becomes extra important to keep us occupied in the right direction.
What to do?
- Manicure: Either get a manicure done or give yourself a manicure, who doesn’t like pretty nails?
- Draw/ paint: Art is the best therapy, there is nothing more relaxing than colours. You can also buy the adult colouring books, they are super fun and relaxing.
- Write:If art is too challenging for you, you can always try the brain dump method where you write every thought of yours on a piece of paper. You will feel very light and calm after it, I promise.
- Watch a movie: Nothing is better than getting lost in the beautiful cinematography and rooting for your favourite characters.
- Read a book:
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Some of my memories have matured into a haze while others have been forcefully pushed into the deep recesses of my mind to collect dust. Then there are those that have remained in the forefront—the ones I often revisit with a sense of joy, curiosity, caution, or a combination of them all. A memory I … Continue reading Does Sex Make You Nervous? Here’s How To Develop A Healthier Relationship With Sex
Best Film of 2018 – #20-11
Here are some of the films we loved this year.
20. Glory – “It is a film that will frustrate you, make you feel deeply connected to the characters, and keep you at the edge of your seat.”
19. A Fantastic Woman – “this is an intelligent film and it is enlightening to view any society from the point of view of an outsider. Marina is just that – an outsider.”
18. 120 BPM (Beats Per Minute) – “Campillo has created a film of great strength which gives an insight into the personal and public way gay individuals responded to a disease which upended their lives and those of their friends.”
17. Custody (Jusqu’à la garde) – “Legrand, skilfully, leaves his audience uncertain at the start of the film as to who is the villain of the piece.”
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