YOUR INSIGHT OF THE DAY If you focus on success, you'll have stress. But if you pursue excellence, success will be guaranteed. Deepak Chopra - Indian-American Author-Alternative Medicine Advocate
WORD OF THE DAY Anthropogenic an-THrə-po-JEN-ik Part of speech: adjective Origin: Greek, French, and Middle English, 19th century 1 Originating in human activity. Examples of Anthropogenic in a sentence "The increased severity in hurricanes has been linked to anthropogenic factors." "Anthropogenic periods like the Industrial Revolution set the course for worldwide change."
* Making a difference (making a point) [ https://p.feedblitz.com/r3.asp?l=180016736&f=1081591&c=7870028&u=5102652 %5D There are countless ways to make a point. You can clearly demonstrate that you are angry, smart, concerned, stronger, faster or more prepared than the person you're engaging with. But making a point isn't the same thing as making a difference. To make a difference, we need … Continue reading * Making a difference (making a point) via Seth Godin’s Newsletter
Our sun is a giant ball of hydrogen and helium measuring 864,000 miles across and, at its core, reaching temperatures of 27 million degrees Fahrenheit. Those numbers are so staggering as to be incomprehensible. Standing here on Earth, looking up at the star that casts us in its warm light every day, we rarely think … Continue reading 10 Brilliant Quotes About the Sun
Marathi रुद्राक्ष असो किंवा माणूसखुप अवघड असत एकमुखी भेटणं. नाही हा शब्द तुम्हाला ऐकू येत नाही,तोपर्यंत सगळे काही शक्य आहे. मोठ व्हायचं आणि यशस्वी व्हायचय तरअपमान गिळायला शिका,उद्या मोठे व्हाल तेव्हा हीच अपमान करणारी लोकस्वतःचा मान वाढवायचा तुमची ओळख सांगतील! यशस्वी होण्यासाठी तुमची यशस्वी होण्याची इच्छाअपयशी होण्याच्या भितिपेक्षा अधिक प्रबळ असली पाहिजे. छत्री पावसाला थांबवू … Continue reading Motivation
How to Make a Toast in Five Languages With warmer weather just around the corner, many may be itching for a quick getaway. When visiting a new country, it’s always wise to know a few words in the host country’s language, like “please” and “thank you.” Depending on where your travels take you, you may also … Continue reading How to Make a Toast in Five Languages
The Biologist Who Wasn’t Chinese state media outlets are quietly removing references to a source named Wilson Edwards, a supposed Swiss biologist and U.S. coronavirus conspiracy whistleblower, after the Swiss Embassy publicly pointed out Edwards does not exist. Edwards appears to be the invention of a minor Chinese propaganda outlet, subsequently copied by others—a practice that is unfortunately common in the … Continue reading Via FP Newsletter
International Youth Day – 12 August From Malala Yousafzai to Greta Thunberg, it’s the youth who have led the charge over the last few years- whether it’s rousing political discussions or impassioned speeches about the environment. On International Youth Day, we talk about these changemakers and the issues they are up against. Content marketing ideas: … Continue reading International Youth Day