What you need in your bug out bag - a comprehensive look. What should be in your bug out bag? A bug out bag is critical but what do you put in it? When considering disaster preparedness, keep in mind that what survival gear and emergency supplies you add to your bug out bag and then pack for your survival kit can mean the difference between life and death, or at least affect your level of comfort if SHTF and you had to get outta dodge.
Keep this in mind though – you can’t carry as much as you think you can if you haven’t been out there actually carrying it. This information that I’m gonna give you isn’t a list of all the things you need to have – it’s a list of things you should consider. Just to give you an idea, most of the time, this is what I keep in my bug out bag. What do other people say you should put on your bug out bag list? There are a LOT of theories out there on what you should put in the contents of your bug out bag. Here’s what the American Red Cross says should be in your bug out bag inventory: And possibly 5.11 Rush 72 – great bag. Hans Scholl - Moral Heroes | Moral Heroes. The outgoing, charismatic and handsome Hans Scholl started his young life following the Nazi party in the increasingly unstable German nation of the 1930s.
Full of hope and excitement, Scholl believed in the unquestioned authority of the Nazi party. By the age of 18, Scholl’s eyes were opened to the inhumane and unjust politics of the party, and their hidden agenda. Scholl then took action to lead a group that disseminated literature challenging the Nazi dictatorship. Hans Fritz Scholl was born the second of Magdalena’s six children on the 22nd of September, 1918. His father, Robert Scholl was mayor of a middle class town in northern Germany and was a major influence on all of his children’s political thoughts. At the age of 12, Hans eagerly participated in political youth groups mandated by the military dictatorship. “We want to try and show them that everyone is in a position to contribute to the overthrow of the system. Hans soon became a leader of the Hitler Youth. Reality Game Solution. You ended on the word "God. " Are you amazed? Why should this work? Consider my next question carefully.
Your soul may depend on it. Does your answer prove that God exists and that the Bible is a reflection of ultimate reality? Before attributing the "God" outcome to some cute, mathematical quirk or coincidence, consider that no one has yet to find this effect with any other lines of the King James Bible. I discuss this potent puzzle in my book Wonders of Numbers, where I also trace the history of this puzzle and give further analysis. Some scholarly and mystical commentary on this Reality Game appears here. Further work on God puzzles is described in my book The Paradox of God and the Science of Omniscience. Other reality puzzles are presented in my Neoreality science-fiction series. You may contact me if you believe you have a theory as to why we find this "Genesis Effect," or if you have any comments about this effect.
Return to Reality Carnival. ‘You’re not the boss of the world’: Regular Iranians speak directly to America. CNN traveled to Tehran and asked locals what they thought of the United States. (YouTube) CNN went to Tehran this week, to coincide with the new Iranian government's big push for rapprochement with the United States. To get a sense of how regular Iranians feel about America, the network set up a camera and microphone downtown and invited those who walked past to share their thoughts on the country that Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei sometimes refers to as the "Great Satan.
" Their responses offer an interesting glimpse into how the United States is perceived in Iran. They tended to be pretty positive, with some big caveats. "You're not the boss of the world," one woman says to the camera. Polling inside Iran is, for obvious reasons, rare. "We never, ever started a war," one woman points out, decrying U.S. concerns about Iran's nuclear program. Of course, this video is far from a statistically rigorous survey of Iranian public opinion. Consciousness.
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Sakad0. Immortality: What would change in one's life, if one became immortal. Michael Talbot on the Holographic Universe | Extraordinary Year - Sept. 18, 2012. Pythagoras, Sacred Geometry, "The Fundamental Programming Language of the Holographic Universe"
The Best 100 Opening Lines From Books / Life / Stylist Magazine. Simplified Scientific Astrology, by Max Heindel, HTML Page 1 of 4. By A Complete Textbook on the Art of Erecting a Horoscope With Philosophic Encyclopedic and Tables of Planetary Hours The Rosicrucian Fellowship Mt. P.O. Oceanside, California, 92049-0713, U.S.A. T here is a side of the Moon which we never see, but that hidden half is as potent a factor in causing the ebb and flow of the earth's tide, as the part of the Moon which is visible. Thus, when you have given an astrologer the data of your birth, you have given him the key to your innermost soul, and there is no secret that he may not ferret out. To the medical man Astrology is invaluable in diagnosing diseases and prescribing a remedy, for it reveals the hidden cause of all ailments.
If you are a parent the horoscope will aid you to detect the evil latent in your child and teach you how to apply the ounce of prevention. Back of every act is a thought, and behind every visible phenomenon there is an invisible cause. Mercury: Venus: Earth: Mars: Asteroids: Jupiter: Saturn: Uranus: Neptune: days 1 yr. 322 years. Peoples Trust. SPIRITUAL-NEWAGE. Procrastination. The Misconception: You procrastinate because you are lazy and can’t manage your time well. The Truth: Procrastination is fueled by weakness in the face of impulse and a failure to think about thinking. Netflix reveals something about your own behavior you should have noticed by now, something which keeps getting between you and the things you want to accomplish.
If you have Netflix, especially if you stream it to your TV, you tend to gradually accumulate a cache of hundreds of films you think you’ll watch one day. This is a bigger deal than you think. Take a look at your queue. Why are there so damn many documentaries and dramatic epics collecting virtual dust in there? Psychologists actually know the answer to this question, to why you keep adding movies you will never watch to your growing collection of future rentals, and it is the same reason you believe you will eventually do what’s best for yourself in all the other parts of your life, but rarely do. You weigh yourself. Sources: Links: Science and Philosophy of Consciousness. Buddhist Chant - Heart Sutra (Sanskrit) by Imee Ooi.
Aldous Huxley, Doors of Perception excerpt. Beetle in a Box. Three Techniques for Quieting Your Mind. Three Techniques for Quieting Your Mind Courtesy of Andrea A mere week ago, I was telling a client that I thought it was impossible to completely stop ourselves from thinking. I subsequently received some guidance that actually had me prove myself completely wrong!
In the past week, my mind has quieted down remarkably during meditation, to the point of true quiet and emptiness. Naturally, I then get really excited about my states of emptiness, leading to attachment … and new thoughts! Here are three of my newly discovered techniques for creating a quiet, peaceful, empty mind: 1. This technique came up in one of my coaching sessions. Our breathing cycle and the flow of our thoughts are closely linked. As we focus on those tiny pauses between our in- and out-breaths, we find that our mind quiets down at those points in our breathing. Without holding or interrupting your breath, begin extending those brief silences in your thoughts. 2. 3. Blessings, Andrea. Letting Go of Attachment, from A to Zen | zen habits. “Most of our troubles are due to our passionate desire for and attachment to things that we misapprehend as enduring entities.”
~Dalai Lama Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Lori Deschene of Tiny Buddha. If there’s one thing we all have in common it’s that we want to feel happy; and on the other side of that coin, we want to avoid hurting. Yet we consistently put ourselves in situations that set us up for pain. We pin our happiness to people, circumstances, and things and hold onto them for dear life. We stress about the possibility of losing them when something seems amiss. We attach to feelings as if they define us, and ironically, not just positive ones. In trying to hold on to what’s familiar, we limit our ability to experience joy in the present.
When you stop trying to grasp, own, and control the world around you, you give it the freedom to fulfill you without the power to destroy you. The best approach is to start simple, at the beginning, and work your way to Zen. Xie Xie. Super Human Power, Dynamo Jack. The following is an actual question given on a University of Washingto... Board of Wisdom Log In Skip to Content Browse Quotes By Subject Follow Us Back A Favorite of 2840 users The following is an actual question given on a University of Washington engineering mid-term. . - Unknown Posted by AA in Engineering ID#:3972 Discuss this quote Please Log In to post a comment. noone ever said logic cannot be bent Posted by ironic_innuendo 55 Replies Mark as Offensive i cant believe this guy actually wrote all that/// it makes perfect sense even though on some parts i dont agree but to have a college student write something so deep and at some points humorous (all Hell breaks loose) is amazing!!
Posted by get_ova_me 11 Replies Mark as Offensive i dont get it. im not stupid or anything, im just slow. can someone help? Posted by Silver_Gecko 7 Replies Mark as Offensive i can believe that this guy wrote an answer to the question, but i can believe the prof. wrote the wuestion aswell.but as much as we laugh we also gotta take this seriously cause hell is a real place. so think about it. Meditation. Brain. Kensho. Psychology. Metaphysics. The Art of Giving Up - DYSKE.COM. One winter night, one of the few Japanese friends I had in my early 20s was playing a guitar at his company Christmas party. He was an architect and was about 10 years older than I was. Before he decided to study architecture, he was making a living as a guitarist in Japan.
This was not the first time I heard him play, but I was still stunned by how good he was. After his performance, I told him that it was a shame that he was no longer pursuing his musical career. He then shared with me his recent realization that life is a process of giving up. Now, I not only understand it, but also believe it myself. “Giving up,” in this sense, isn’t the same as quitting. The big question is: Why do we develop attachments at all? This leads me to believe that there is an evolutionary reason for our tendencies to develop attachments. Zen Buddhism is a process of detachment. . ©2006 Dyske Suematsu, All Rights Reserved. I'm a million different people from one day to the. The Things We Already Know. We know the answers to many of the questions we ask ourselves, whether we admit it or not. We deny the answers for many reasons. They make us uncomfortable. They require action.
They eliminate excuses. They challenge our belief systems and our sense of convenience. Most of us know that: If you want to get more writing done, you should write more. The only way to write a book is to write the book. If you want to know anything, question everything. If you want to feel better, do the things that will make you feel better.
If you want to stand out, don’t do what everyone else is doing. If you want to be stronger, then do things that will make you strong. If you want to be patient, practice patience. If you want people to get to know you better, you need to make sure that you’re worth knowing. If you want friends, be friendly. If you want to press a heavier kettlebell, put down the baby one. If you want to watch less TV, turn off the TV. If you want to be trusted, don’t lie. Josh ShareThis. Humans Can Only Walk In Circles and We Don't Know Why. Books. Test Your Human Thought Patterns. How to Be Alone. I once knew a man who hated to be alone. It panicked him to the point where he sought to fill all of his waking hours with people. On the streets, at the bus stop, in restaurants, if he was unaccompanied he would soon find someone to talk to.
I don’t judge him for his needs but as an introvert — someone who who requires being alone to re-energize — his constant seeking of the company of others made me feel claustrophobic. But clearly my friend wasn’t alone. In fact, the Experience Project has a group called “I Hate to Be Alone.” Anyway, I digress. I recently found a little gem of a video on YouTube called How to Be Alone by filmaker Andrea Dorfman and poet/singer/songwriter Tanya Davis.
I have to say, however, after extolling the virtues of solitude, that I’ve never HAD to be alone much in my life and the few I times I did (like when I changed schools in grade 12 and had no friends for three months) seemed cruel. Recent Kerry Slavens Articles: Post #1260672. The world is meaningless, there is no God or gods, there are no morals, the universe is not moving inexorably towards any higher purpose. All meaning is man-made, so make your own, and make it well. Do not treat life as a way to pass the time until you die. Do not try to "find yourself", you must make yourself. Choose what you want to find meaningful and live, create, love, hate, cry, destroy, fight and die for it. Do not let your life and your values and you actions slip easily into any mold, other that that which you create for yourself, and say with conviction, "This is who I make myself".
Do not give in to hope. The world may be empty of meaning, but it is a blank canvas on which to paint meanings of your own. Excerpt: Isolation. “Enthralling. Astonishing. Written with the panache of the Great Blondin turning somersaults on the rope above Niagara. Profound, extraordinarily eclectic, and crazy. The most exciting cliffhanger of a book I can remember reading.” James Burke, creator and host of seven BBC TV series, including Connections “Truly awesome. Terrific.” “Bloody hell…What a truly extraordinary book. “Is The God Problem a great book like Darwin’s The Origin Of Species, Lyell’s Principles Of Geology, or Newton’s Principia Mathematica?” “Deep, provocative, spectacularly well written…great.” “Strong…like a STEAM ROLLER…impressive…great.” “Great literature.” “Incandescent…shakes out like shining from shook foil and oozes to a greatness,” George Gilder, author, Wealth and Poverty, winner of the White House Award for Entrepreneurial Excellence “The greatest f**king book ever written.
“Mind-bending.” “Ebullient, enthralling.” “Utterly extraordinary.” “Thrilling.” “A ‘page-turner’.” “Absolutely sparkling with ideas.” Books that will induce a. Here is the list of books that will officially induce mindfucks, sorted alphabetically by author. Those authors in bold have been recommended by one or more people as being generally mindfucking - any books listed under their names are particularly odd.
You're welcome to /msg me to make an addition to this list. And finally, although he's way down at the bottom, my personal recommendation is definitely Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States, as it turns the ultimate mindfuck: inverting the world-view of our entire culture, and it is non-fiction. 5 Ways To Hack Your Brain Into Awesomeness. Introduction to Mind and Consciousness. Cogito Ergo Sum. Lloyd demause. Bonnie Bassler discovers Quorum sensing. » David Eagleman on Possibilianism at Poptech. Fight Club philosophy and theoratics. You are a slave to the Government. A Key To Understanding Consciousness. Dan Gilbert: Why are we happy? Why aren't we happy? Class Day Lecture 2009: The Uniqueness of Humans. Three Minute Philosophy - John Locke. Plato, "The Allegory of the Cave"
It All goes Back in the Box. ... - justpaste.it.