Living From The Heart

If I perceive an obstacle, I'll figure out how to use it to propel me forward. I had, therefore, examined the ears in the box with the eyes of an expert, and had carefully noted their anatomical peculiarities. Over time, this will likely become addictive as you would want to …

more ...


Be Consistent

The term Oriental Medicine is itself too simplistic when it comes to describing a vast body of medical knowledge that has endured over several thousand years. Smokeless tobacco--whether called spit or spitting tobacco, dip, chew, or snuff--also leads to oral cancer. You don't know these people. Can I see him …

more ...

Cultivate Conformity

Stand still. Shortness of breath is a common symptom of panic attacks that can leave you feeling weak and out of control. Your talents, your professional experience, your skills--all this is nothing compared to your ability to establish rapport. Understand this technique to the core, as this will help you …

more ...








The Spring Of 1966

Just because you want life to go a certain way, does not mean it will. I didn't have any parent friends for quite a long time. In September 2013, a study named The Behavioral Confirmation of Everyday Sadism was conducted to determine if everyday sadists had a predilection to inflict …

more ...

Making Space In A Digital Age

In two years, Shell moved from the eighth-biggest to the second-biggest oil station in the country, actually profiting in a time of disaster for other oil companies, all because they were prepared, using this mental model. A day and half before the lead runners were expected to finish, a sixty-one-year-old …

more ...


Take Comfort In Your Friends

These effects have their own scientific names: dynapenia (loss of muscular power), sarcopenia (loss of muscle mass), and osteopenia (loss of bone density). As if I were floating on a cloud, ideas of death helped guide me home. You're so ahead of the game that you can make changes to …

more ...




But How Long Do We Shout For?

The persistence of the primitive ego in humans is referred to as the narcissistic core of egotism, which, at calibration levels below 200, indicates the persistence of self-interest, disregard for the rights of others, and seeing others as enemies and competitors rather than as allies. In the wake of this …

more ...


What Do You Look Like .

Once those thoughts get to the universe, they start to bring a similar situation in their lives like the thought they have sent to the universe. This forms a neurological connection between the emotional state and stimulus. John and I were traveling together, creating a movie/documentary (In Search of …

more ...

We All Choose To Be Mad

Also, a 2005 Newsweek article on the greatest discoveries of all time gave top ranking to Einstein's theory of relativity, Darwin's theory of natural selection, and Freud's theory of the unconscious mind. What Every Woman Should Know about Her Fertility and Her Biological Clock (Birrittieri), 243 The situation in the …

more ...