I hear a lot of squealing about environmentalism these days, just as I have most of my life. What amazes me is how little talk there is about the legalization of hemp in these major political debates about things we can do to preserve our precious environment. It seems they are more interested in promoting ridiculous things like the hybrid cars that get an extra ten miles per gallon when using the battery.
Let's talk about what makes us humane. Plato compared the human soul to a chariot: the intellect is the driver and the emotions are the horses. Life is a continual struggle to keep the emotions under control.
Tall poppy syndrome (TPS) is a pejorative term primarily used in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and other Anglosphere nations to describe a social phenomenon in which people of genuine merit are resented, attacked, cut down, or criticized because their talents or achievements elevate them above or distinguish them from their peers.
People come into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime.
When you figure out which one it is,
you will know what to do for each person.
Dr. Theodore Baroody perhaps says it more clearly than anyone in his book Alkalize or Die. No waiting around while reading through the first half of the book for the main point here, it is right on the cover. Of course there is a lot more details in the book but this is among the most direct titles I have ever seen, directly to the point and letting you know directly to get yourself alkaline or prepare for death, likely in a cruel way.
The history of chiropractic began in 1895 when Daniel David Palmer of Iowa performed the first chiropractic adjustment on a partially deaf janitor, Harvey Lillard. There has been much controversy in the chiropractic world over the years, including many chiropractors being jailed for practicing medicine without a license, over the subject for the last 120 years but now chiropractors are able to practice without such discrimination.
The Four (4) Hour Body by Timothy Ferriss (Copyright © 2010-2012 Tim Ferriss: One doesn’t have to look very far to find some wanna-be writer or some website attempting to discredit Tim Ferriss or the claims made in The 4 Hour Body.
According to Google, Timothy Ferriss is listed among the Notable Alumni at Princeton University.
Ignite a smile
Hi folks, this is my first Article here, I hope it lights a smile on your face;))
What is a smile? Is the longest word in English language 'smiles' because you can find that between the first "s" and the last "s" there is a "mile" , s_mile_s ? Of course, I'm Joking! :D