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NEWSNIGHT: Paxman vs Brand - full interview. Writers and Company with Eleanor Wachtel. Amour. 10 things you might not know about love. 1. It can be hard to talk about love in scientific terms because people have strong pre-existing ideas about it. The vision of love that emerges from the latest science requires a radical shift. I learned that I need to ask people to step back from their current views of love long enough to consider it from a different perspective: their body's perspective. Love is not romance. It's not sexual desire. And perhaps most challenging of all, love is neither lasting nor unconditional. 2. We tend to think of love in the same breath as loved ones. In reality, you can experience micro-moments of connection with anyone -- whether your soul mate or a stranger. 3.

We tend to think of emotions as private events, confined to one person's mind and skin. 4. Your body has the built-in ability to "catch" the emotions of those around you, making your prospects for love -- defined as micro-moments of positivity resonance -- nearly limitless. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. TheVine - 62 epic printing fails - Life & pop culture, untangled.

The man who changed Iceland - The message for Greece. The man who forced the government of Iceland to resign and kicked out the IMF representatives from his country, Hordur Torfarson, is now teaching meta-modern democracy throughout Europe.

The man who changed Iceland - The message for Greece

The rest of the world would benefit from following the example set by Iceland: Arresting the corrupt bankers who are responsible for the current economic turmoil. Iceland's president explained how his country recovered so quickly from the recession: “The government bailed out the people and imprisoned the banksters — the opposite of what America and the rest of Europe did.” ICELAND. No news from the Icelandic Revolution? The true measure of the leader is not how many follower he has, but how many leaders he creates. Control Your Money or Your Money Will Control You Change your attitude toward debt. Governments have never existed to solve problems domestic or international. Related Posts. Ce qu'ils mangent en une semaine... (Part 2) Pour ceux qui ont apprécié mon premier article : Ce qu’ils mangent en une semaine…, voici la suite avec de nouvelles photos de © Peter Menzel tout aussi parlantes.

Ce qu'ils mangent en une semaine... (Part 2)

Il y a notamment les photos de familles françaises, canadiennes ou encore une photo d’une deuxième famille américaine nettement moins dépensière que la première, comme quoi ces photos ne sont pas forcément le reflet exact des modes alimentaires dans chaque pays mais permettent néanmoins de se faire une idée. Winckler’s Webzine.

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Meet the “Poorest President” in the World – Uruguayan President José Mujica Drives a Volkswagen Beetle & Donates 90% of his Salary to Charity. While our Nigerian leaders are being berated for refusing to declare their assets publicly and demanding astronomical pay rise to add to the already exorbitant allowances they receive , the President of Urug uay, is getting world wide recognition and respect for donating 90 percent of his earnings to charitable causes. He has earned what most people would call an enviable reputation as the “poorest,” or the “most generous,” president in the world. His nickname, “ ” translates to “poorest president”. The President said in a recent interview that the only big item he owns is his Volkswagen Beetle car, valued at $1,945 dollars (about N308,283) .

He earns a salary of $12,500 a month (N1,981,250), but only keeps $1,250(N198,125) for himself, donating the rest to charity. He lives in a farmhouse which is under his wife’s name, Lucía Topolansky, a Senator, who also donates part of her salary. The 77 year-old who has been Uruguay’s president since March 1, 2010 told El Mundo, Be Sociable, Share! José Mujica, le Président uruguayen qui reverse son sal... «Je ne suis pas un président pauvre, j’ai besoin de peu», explique à l’AFP l’iconoclaste président uruguayen José Mujica, qui reverse presque 90 % de son salaire de 9.300 euros à une organisation d’aide au logement et critique la «société de consommation» ainsi que son «hypocrisie» sur la toxicomanie ou l’avortement.

José Mujica, le Président uruguayen qui reverse son sal...

«Je vis dans l’austérité, la renonciation. J’ai besoin de peu pour vivre. Je suis arrivé à cette conclusion parce que j’ai été prisonnier durant 14 ans, dont 10 où si la nuit, on me donnait un matelas, j’étais content», raconte cet ancien guérillero tupamaro, emprisonné sous la dictature (1973-1985). Elu président de l’Uruguay en 2010 sous la bannière d’une coalition de gauche, «Pépé», comme le surnomment les Uruguayens, affiche en effet de solides convictions concernant l’«esclavagisme» moderne consistant «à vivre pour travailler» au lieu de «travailler pour vivre». Sa plus grande richesse? Théoricien mais pragmatique Théoricien, il n’en reste pas moins politique.