“How are you feeling Michael?”, says Mr. FaceBook.
Archives for February 2013
When moving into a new house sometimes meeting the neighbours too quickly isn’t a good thing. Deleting that acquaintance is never as easy as it is on Facebook.
This documentary is about a 16 year old boy named Treasure who decides to get into the drug game. The reason for making this video is that in the past couple of years we have noticed a growing trend in young men being incarcerated or dying before they graduate high-school. Please help us restore motivation and drive back into the youth by sharing this video or showing it to your loved ones.
Author Caroline Farquhar (R.H.N., B.A.) explains how we can use natural methods to lower cholesterol – such as diet, losing weight, and exercise. This avoids the side effects associated with the use of drugs which treat high cholesterol.
Say you had to choose between an object that is in your possession, and on which your life utterly depends, and the life of a child. The author draws some controversial conclusions about this moral dilemma, and about the nature of morality itself.
The word Thagomizer was coined by cartoonist Gary Larson. It refers to a distinctive arrangement of spikes found on the tails of stegosaurid dinosaurs! Who knew!
Yuan Mei, like many of the great Chinese poets, exhibited many talents: working as a government official, teacher, writer, and a painter. Perhaps meditation and the teachings of Zen (Ch’an in Chinese) helped him pace himself. Maintain some sort of balance and equanimity.
But when you consider his poem, perhaps his life was overly busy like so many of us today. The longing for simplicity. For a tranquil place. The focus on nature.
As a faculty member at a university, I’m often approached by freshmen who ask me for advice on how to make a great impression with their professors.There are many good reasons to impress your college professor, but how do you do it?
Author Randi G. Fine explains the role self-awareness plays in our lives, and why it creates growth and positive changes. An excerpt from her book Awaken From Life: Lessons for Discovering Your Personal Truths
The results, supposedly, can be seen quickly and in many aspects of your life. But do these games really work? Does brain training really makes a difference?