Wednesday, November 17, 2010

All Together

Me Too

Enjoying a pizza from Trader Joe's and a book from the library. 11/16/10

What an interesting time to be alive. Scientists are making extraordinary advances around the world and beyond, in every field of study, while the villagers are gathered outside the houses of knowledge with torches and pitchforks chanting; "You Lie!"

Metaphorically Speaking

We can easily be manipulated by metaphors used in relation to a subject because parts of our brain, (the insula and anterior cingulate), handle both metaphors and reality information storage. The right metaphors will cause us to like, or dislike something, though we may know nothing about it. Read more HERE.

More Water

These village women from Pakistan's southern Sindh province embark on a water search, carrying traditional earthenware pots in addition to their small children.

In developing countries, people (usually women and children) often must walk long distances to find water.

Read more: HERE

Clean Water From Carbon Credits
How to get free clean water in struggling areas of the world.

Santa Penguin

South Korean children enjoy penguins at an amusement park.

Re-enacting A Bible Story

Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Adha.

Eid al-Adha
It's not fun to be a ram as Muslim families around the world are killing and cooking them in a re-enactment of the story of Abraham and Ishmael.

Here is another study that substantiates the old saying; "Gain the world and lose your soul". ( Matthew 16:26, Mark 8:36, Bob Marley )

To Read Others' Emotions, It Helps to be Poor

Today's Relatively Appropriate Song;
Christopher Baker - Copper River, Alaska
Christopher Baker - Alaska, for Martha Stewart Living Digital (Director's Cut) from BERNSTEIN & ANDRIULLI on Vimeo.


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