The dirtier I am, the whiter I get. Leave a mark on me when you stand, I’ll leave a mark on you when you sit. What am I?
The answer is: A chalkboard.
Walk on the living, they don’t even mumble. But walk on the dead, they mutter and grumble. What are they?
The answer is: Leaves.
Did you know…
… that today is Solo Sailing Day? In 1996, David Dicks, an 18-year-old Australian, returned to Perth, Australia, almost nine months after he left on a solo trip around the world. He had left Perth on February 26 on a 32-foot sloop called Seaflight. David held the youngest (assisted) solo circumnavigation record for 13 years, from 1996 to 2009.
Today’s Inspirational Quote:
“I am not lazy; I am on energy saving mode.”
— Author Unknown
“One Day, You Will Be Forgotten” by Tom Stevenson https://link.medium.com/lFlPi7QUUR
“Follow Your Heart (No, Literally)” by Erman Misirlisoy, PhD https://link.medium.com/78KS7NOUUR
“Why Picking a Health Plan Is So Confusing” by Michael Millenson https://link.medium.com/Wkjp6RmUUR
“6 Biases Holding You Back From Rational Thinking” by Robert Greene https://link.medium.com/R0L8N8eUUR
You made this possible . I never thought I would begin to look at these numbers. I feel grateful and find short of words to thank you all as I’m overwhelmed.
Please accept my thanks, keep visiting, commenting and sharing.
“How Guns Became the New Free Speech” by Andrew Zaleski https://link.medium.com/j3TL5WiGUR
“New Emojis Are Here. We’re Not Ready.” by Jeremy Burge https://link.medium.com/XEKmDU9FUR
Having The Mind Of A Slug.
Even Dust Can Be An Enemy.
Putting Feathers On A Fish.
Fog On A Field Acts As A Shield.
A Copy Does Not Equal The Original.
Slip and slide!
Party of pigs!
Son of a beaver!
Turd in a suit!
“Emoji: The World’s First Global Language” by Marcus Swan https://link.medium.com/s0mfECRnUR
“How Stoicism Can Make You Mentally Tough” by Zat Rana https://link.medium.com/dXsdjEugUR
Birthdays of dead beloved
Angry heat enhanced by mails
Sip n Drink Whiskey
Be the best.
King and queen.
Easy as can be.
Outside the box.
Be the change.
Ju-Monbung is a defensive martial art that focuses on subduing your opponent with a minimum expenditure of your own energy. The primary focus lies on both kicks and elbow jabs and it often relies on the reflexes and strength, or lack thereof, of your opponent.
The biggest strength of Ju-Monbung is being quite well rounded and thus giving you a bag of tricks for all sorts of situations. By profiting from the speed of your challenger your opponent may become infuriated or just frustrated, which just helps pave the road to victory.
On the other hand the biggest weakness of Ju-Monbung is that multiple opponents can become overwhelming v
Decorating A Cake With Thorns.
Turning Leaves Into Money.
Saving It For Yesterday.
Challenges Make For Good Teachers.
Singing Like A Fish.
Be the best you can be.
We’re here for you.
Art of excellence.
Everybody needs a break.
Ahead of our time.
Just for you.
The possibilities are endless.
There’s nothing else like it.
Standards of excellence.
Singing in spring
Crescent moon showering slow
Blessings made perfect
Croonkenzu is a strictly offensive martial art that focuses on decimating your opponent by shifting energies in your body to soften the blows you receive and strengthen the ones you hand out. The primary focus lies on both punches and quick movements and it often relies on the strength and speed of the attacker.
The biggest strength of Croonkenzu is high endurance, which makes sure you’ll be able to outlast your opponent. By utilizing the quick movements of both fighters your opponent tends to tire out pretty quickly, making them easy to overmaster.
On the other hand the biggest weakness of Croonkenzu is a lack of ground techniques. Once you’re on the ground it’s really difficult not to leave an exploitable opening.