Fog shrouds among friendsLittle griefs below true homeSnow cloaks in the light
'Known is a drop, unknown is an ocean'.
Did you know... ... that today is Neptune Discovery Day? German astronomer Johann Gottfried Galle discovered the planet Neptune on this day in 1846. He was the first person to view planet Neptune and actually know that he was looking at the planet! Celebrate by doing some sky-gazing tonight! ~~~ Today's Inspirational Quote: "We need … Continue reading Did you know…. and today’s inspirational quote
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Today's Challenge : I learned English the hard way and struggled with studies, friends, family, society who had both views :1. Learn English if you wish to progress in life. 2. Learn English and be a Slave again and lose your freedom. A GrandAunt guided me. She was 5 Standard pass but had travelled the … Continue reading Mentor shares. Mentor Provokes. Mentor challenges you.
Today in Wednesday 23 September 2020 Difficult emotions Guide How to stop emotional eating Whether compelled by an inner void, loneliness or boredom, psychoanalysis can help you understand why you seek comfort in food by Nina Savelle-Rocklin Freedom and choice Idea Freedom needs friction: lessons in choice from French history by Larry S McGrath Design … Continue reading AEON PSYCHE newsletter
The City Council of Ann Arbor, Michigan voted unanimously to decriminalize all psychedelic plants and fungi on Monday night. It’s an expansive move that will allow banned substances including ayahuasca, peyote, mescaline, and psilocybin, better known as “magic mushrooms,” in the area — and one that, like the decriminalization of cannabis in a growing number … Continue reading A City in Michigan Just Decriminalized Magic Mushrooms
I allow vegetarians to follow their diet and non-vegetarians to eat meat, fish, etc. I do not interfere with any religion and permit all to follow their own creeds, unhindered. When faced with love for God these external ceremonials have no value. Love for God automatically and naturally results in self-denial, mental control, and ego … Continue reading Eat what u like
As The Hour Foretold. A Home Filled With Light Is A Home Of Delight. Running A Marathon On Water. The Guest Knows Best. A Crown Does Not Make A King.
Buy a small gift for someone, just becauseThrow away your trash – and someone else’s – after a movie, picnic or visit to a parkMake little gift baskets for the kids in your neighborhoodLet you staff leave work an hour earlyDrop off books and magazines to hospitals, nursing homes and doctor’s offices
TRUTHWhat's your most embarrassing toilet story?DARETry to swallow a spoonful of flour with no liquid.
Burst Your Bubble Meaning: To ruin someone's happy moment.Birds of a Feather Flock Together Meaning: People tend to associate with others who share similar interests or values.A Fool and His Money are Soon Parted Meaning: It's easy for a fool to lose his/her money.Under the Weather : Not feeling well, in health or mood.Jumping the Gun Meaning: Something that occurs … Continue reading Random phrases of the day
"I handed my passport to the immigration officer, and he looked at it and looked at me and said, 'What are you?'"via Funny Quote of the Day https://ift.tt/30KVCZi
WORD OF THE DAY Soniferoussə-NIF-ə-rəsPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Latin, early 18th century 1That conveys or bears sound.2That produces (a lot of) sound. Examples of Soniferous in a sentence "The bell is so soniferous it can be heard from the edge of town." "We need a more soniferous system to reach the full crowd."
GETTY IMAGES, RD.COM Plato “He was a wise man who invented beer.” —Plato. The compliment of “wise” really means a lot coming from Plato. We’d like to think he’d also enjoy these funny drinking quotes AND these clever jokes that make you sound smart.
Crossing from the early adopters to a larger group I’ve blogged many times about the chasm. That’s Geoffrey Moore’s term for the gap between the small part of the market populated with people who like to go first, and the larger group of people who want to get involved with something that’s proven, popular and effective. … Continue reading seth godin’s newsletter
12. International Day of Sign Languages – 23September This day is celebrated to raise awareness of the importance of sign language in the full realization of the human rights of people who are deaf. Content marketing ideas: Listicle idea: What are different ‘dialects’ in sign language?Infographic idea: X Ways to make your office more comfortable for … Continue reading 12. International Day of Sign Languages – 23 September
WORD OF THE DAY Neophilianee-ə-FIL-ee-əPart of speech: nounOrigin: American English, late 19th century 1Love of, preference for, or great interest in what is new.2A love of novelty. Examples of Neophilia in a sentence "My neophilia means I always buy the new generation of iPhone as soon as it's released." "I accused my father of neophilia when he brought home yet … Continue reading word of the day
Did you know... ... that today is Monday Night Football Debut Day? ABC-TV debuted Monday Night Football on this day in 1970, with Howard Cosell, 'Dandy' Don Meredith and Keith Jackson. Trivia fans: Advertisers were charged $65,000 per minute by ABC, a cost that proved to be a bargain when the game collected 33% of … Continue reading Did you know …. and today’s inspirational quote