Zentips tree.pdf (application/pdf Object) 10 Sages With 10 Inspiring Messages Throughout the ages there have been a few notable luminaries of humanity that have experienced a transformational harmonization initiated by the vectors of human becoming: love, beauty, and truth. We can look up to these sages for inspiration that cultivates courage, will, and determination to experience an inner transformation as well. Although there are quite a few individuals that we can look to for sage-like guidance, 10 will be focused on here, each with a message they streamed into the global mind in their own unique way. Let these words spark a shift within that will change the very way to see Reality. Thich Nhat Hanh When you plant lettuce, if it does not grow well, you don’t blame the lettuce. Yet if we have problems with our friends or family, we blame the other person. That is my experience. No blame, no reasoning, no argument, just understanding. If you understand, and you show that you understand, you can love, and the situation will change. Huang Po Bodhidharma Heraclitus Lao Tzu
The Last Question | Thrivenotes The Last Question by Isaac Asimov — © 1956 The last question was asked for the first time, half in jest, on May 21, 2061, at a time when humanity first stepped into the light. The question came about as a result of a five dollar bet over highballs, and it happened this way: Alexander Adell and Bertram Lupov were two of the faithful attendants of Multivac. Multivac was self-adjusting and self-correcting. For decades, Multivac had helped design the ships and plot the trajectories that enabled man to reach the Moon, Mars, and Venus, but past that, Earth’s poor resources could not support the ships. But slowly Multivac learned enough to answer deeper questions more fundamentally, and on May 14, 2061, what had been theory, became fact. The energy of the sun was stored, converted, and utilized directly on a planet-wide scale. They had brought a bottle with them, and their only concern at the moment was to relax in the company of each other and the bottle. Lupov cocked his head sideways. “Never.”
How to See Yourself As Others See You: 6 steps (with pictures) Edit Article Edited by bbyrd009, IngeborgK, Teresa, Flickety and 18 others It is common, and commendable, to be curious about how others see you in general, or in specific situations. The more insight you have in this area, the less time you are apt to lie awake at night, wondering. It is quite possible to see yourself exactly as other people see you; however, this takes courage, and the development of some insight. "Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves." Ad Steps 1Understand that other people are your mirror. 6Continue seeing yourself as others see you throughout life. Tips You don't need to assume that you are completely smothered by the negative trait that you dislike in another. Warnings Much unconscious mirroring is happening all the time; it is more pronounced in our close relationships and we are mirroring others just as they mirror us.
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10 Sentences that Can Change Your Life The power of a sentence is tremendous. A single destructive sentence can ruin somebody’s life, make your day, or change your mood. Fortunately, there are some sentences that can give us power to go on. We have sorted out 10 powerful sentences that can change your life for the better. #1 “People aren’t against you; they are for themselves.” #2 “Climb mountains not so the world can see you, but so you can see the world.” #3 “You learn more from failure than from success; don’t let it stop you. #4 “The most dangerous risk of all – The risk of spending your life not doing what you want on the bet you can buy yourself the freedom to do it later” #5 “Go where you’re celebrated, not where you’re tolerated.” #6 “The person that you will spend the most time with in your life is yourself, so you better try to make yourself as interesting as possible.” #7 “If you accept your limitations you go beyond them.” #8 “People often say that motivation doesn’t last. #10 “Comfort is the enemy of achievement.”
6 Insane Discoveries That Science Can't Explain We like to feel superior to the people who lived centuries ago, what with their shitty mud huts and curing colds by drilling a hole in their skulls. But we have to give them credit: They left behind some artifacts that have left the smartest of modern scientists scratching their heads. For instance, you have the following enigmas that we believe were created for no other purpose than to fuck with future generations. The Voynich Manuscript The Mystery: The Voynich manuscript is an ancient book that has thwarted all attempts at deciphering its contents. It appears to be a real language--just one that nobody has seen before. Translation: "...and when you get her to put the tennis racket in her mouth, have her stand in a fountain for a while. There is not even a consensus on who wrote it, or even when it was written. Why Can't They Solve It? Could you? Don't even try. As you can imagine, proposed solutions have been all over the board, from reasonable to completely clownshit. Our Guess:
(Images) 56 Inspirational Picture Quotes That Will Motivate Your Mind Now and then when we need a little Inspiration we often reach for a daily quote or motivational video. So I decided to share 56 of my favorite picture quotes, share them with your friends or plaster them on your wall and desktop for your daily Inspiration. untitled Modern Science Map The Periodic Table of Irrational Nonsense Mr. Credulous The Ladybird Bookof Chiropractic Treatment and English Libel Law If Homeopathy Works ... God Was Never On Your Side Skeptic Park feat. Skeptic Park 2 feat. Skeptic Park 3 feat. Guess Who? Trolling for Dummies by David Mabus A Handy Alternative Medicine Flowchart Rupert and the God Delusion The Periodic Table of Urban Biscuit Myths Why I Love Carl Sagan Why Malcolm Tucker should be the next Doctor Who More reasons why Malcolm Tucker should be the next Doctor Who Skeptic Trumps The Papal Facebook Page Celebrity Quack Trumps (Part 1) Celebrity Quack Trumps (Part 2) Karma Kanics The Woo Woo Wheel The Crudity of Early Home Computing Trinity to split over spiritual differences The Turin Bicycle Cardinal Tucker: Papal Advisor Compare The Ideology How to recognise a logical phallusy There's Probabbly No ... The Skeptics Tarot Cards Mammary Balancing More Trick or Treatment We have found a Scientist ... Trust Boots? Spinal Tap Vs Life of Brian Dr.
Meet the quokka, the happiest animal around Jan 7, 2013 Do you guys know about the quokka? It’s a cat-sized marsupial that lives almost exclusively on the Rottnest Island, a little seven by three mile speck off West Australia. (Images via Cute Overload, RedBubble, Panoramio) Six Ideas That Will Change the World The Next Plastic Plastic has changed little since its heyday in the 1960s. It's still ubiquitous, oil based, and dirty as hell for the environment. Makes you wonder what we've been doing all these years. For one thing, not listening enough to chemist Geoffrey Coates. The key is limonene, a citrusy-smelling chemical compound made from orange rinds that when oxidized and mixed with carbon dioxide and a catalyst can be turned into a solid plastic. Since 1999, when Coates and his colleagues first began experimenting with limonene, they've discovered a number of other natural materials, such as pine trees and soybeans, that can be manipulated into biodegradable polymers as well. While Coates's natural polymers are more expensive to produce than most current plastics, he stresses that this isn't just another radical innovation that will never make it out of the lab. --Doug Cantor