I have always enjoyed the voice of 鄧麗君 (Teresa Teng). I miss these Taiwanese songs: 鄧麗君 ~~ 原鄉人 (“Native People}1980) and 海韻 hai yun – Rhythm of the Sea.
Putting some energy into Friday? Just do it (whatever it is?), and listen to this year 1985 song “USA FOR AFRICA – We Are The World”. 50+ videos Play all […]
Grey: Good all-purpose use with no color distortion
Copper: Ideal for variable light and dark or grey water
Yellow: Perfect for low-light, overcast conditions
Blue: (Mirrored lens with grey base tint) Good for blue-dominant conditions, such as the Caribbean
Red: Heightens contrast in variable conditions, causes color imbalances
RAW BONES ARE SAFE TO FEED.
NEVER FEED COOKED OR SMOKED BONES – THEY ARE HARD AND INDIGESTIBLE
Feed the bones of medium sized animals for optimal and safe cleaning effect
Large beef, buffalo and other large bones are too hard and can cause dental fractures.
RAW chicken bones are safe to eat but too soft to clean teeth
It is ok for a dog to eat bone fragments. The stomach acids disolve them and aid complete disolution and digestion.
Fractured teeth should be restored if possible.
Raw dental bones should fed 1 – 2 a week
Quote: Our brains’ empathy systems have their share of problems. Most humans are generally good at empathizing with individuals. But we’re not so good at trying to do the same for an entire nation or ethnic group. As Emile Bruneau, a neuroscientist at MIT, has demonstrated, people especially fail if the larger group embodies an ideology or cultural trait they disagree with. In fact, you might empathize well with your friends, but if you have particularly strong associations with your “in group,” you will have decreased empathy for those you feel are not in your group.
I believe in the idea of that “No man is an island.”; and I also believe in that helps will only come to those who help themselves. Now I am pondering the mentorship idea. Topics: What Exactly Is a Mentor?; Why Should I Bother?; When Should I Get a Mentor?; Who Should Be My Mentor?; How Does the Mentorship Relationship Work?; What’s In It For Them?
10 positive interpersonal habits: 1. They Form Personal Connections. 2. They’re Approachable. 3. They’re Humble. 4. They’re Positive. 5. They’re Even-Keeled. 6. They’re Generous. 7. They Demonstrate Integrity. 8. They Read People Like A Book. 9. They Appreciate Potential. 10. They Have Substance.