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How To Make Woman and Man Happy ?
Posted by: admin, 2013-07-06, 04:55 - 0 comments


How to Make a Woman Happy

It's not difficult to make a woman happy. A man only needs to be:

1. A friend

2. A companion

3. A lover

4. A brother

5. A father

6. A master

7. A chef

8. An electrician

9. A carpenter

10. A plumber

11. A mechanic

12. A decorator

13. A stylist

14. A sexologist

15. A gynecologist

16. A psychologist

17. A pest exterminator

18. A psychiatrist

19. A healer

20. A good listener

21. An organizer

22. A good father

23. Very clean

24. Sympathetic

25. Athletic

26. Warm

27. Attentive

28. Gallant

29. Intelligent

30. Funny

31. Creative

32. Tender

33. Strong

34. Understanding

35. Tolerant

36. Prudent

37. Ambitious

38. Capable

39. Courageous

40. Determined

41. True

42. Dependable

43. Passionate

44. Compassionate


45. Give her compliments regularly

46. Love shopping

47. Be honest

48. Be very rich

49. Not stress her out

50. Not look at other girls


51. Give her lots of attention, but expect little yourself

52. Give her lots of time, especially time for herself

53. Give her lots of space, never worrying about where she goes


54. Never to forget:

* birthdays

* anniversaries

* arrangements she makes


1. Show up naked


Astrological Prayers
Posted by: admin, 2013-07-06, 04:53 - 0 comments


Dear God, please give me patience... And could you do it right now?


Dear God, help me accept change, but not too quick.


Dear God! Who is God? Where is God? Why is God?


Dear God!!!




Dear God, please make us perfect and don't mess it up like You did the last time.


Dear God, please help me to be decisive, but on the other hand, what do you think is best?


Our Father, forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors, even though the b*****ds don't deserve it!


Dear Lord, if I've told you once, I've told you a million times, help me stop exaggerating.


Dear God! I'd like to ask you to help me, but I learned a long time ago not to rely on anyone else!


Dear God, I know I like change, but this chaos is ridiculous!!


Dear Lord, as long as I'm going to drink this fifth of Scotch tonight, please use the stimulation for Thy glory.


The Tao Of Forgiveness
Posted by: admin, 2013-07-06, 04:52 - 0 comments

One day, the sage gave the disciple an empty sack and a basket of potatoes. "Think of all the people who have done or said something against you in the recent past, especially those you cannot forgive.

For each of them, inscribe the name on a potato and put it in the sack."

The disciple came up quite a few names, and soon his sack was heavy with potatoes.

"Carry the sack with you wherever you go for a week," said the sage. "We'll talk after that."

At first, the disciple thought nothing of it. Carrying the sack was not particularly difficult. But after a while, it became more of a burden. It sometimes got in the way, and it seemed to require more effort to carry as time went on, even though its weight remained the same.

After a few days, the sack began to smell. The carved potatoes gave off a ripe odor. Not only were they increasingly inconvenient to carry around, they were also becoming rather unpleasant.

Finally, the week was over. The sage summoned the disciple. "Any thoughts about all this?"

"Yes, Master," the disciple replied. "When we are unable to forgive others, we carry negative feelings with us everywhere, much like these potatoes. That negativity becomes a burden to us and, after a while, it festers."

"Yes, that is exactly what happens when one holds a grudge. So, how can we lighten the load?"

"We must strive to forgive."

"Forgiving someone is the equivalent of removing the corresponding potato from the sack. How many of your transgressors are you able to forgive?"

"I've thought about it quite a bit, Master," the disciple said. "It required much effort, but I have decided to forgive all of them."

"Very well, we can remove all the potatoes. Were there any more people who transgressed against you this last week?"

The disciple thought for a while and admitted there were. Then he felt panic when he realized his empty sack was about to get filled up again.

"Master," he asked, "if we continue like this, wouldn't there always be potatoes in the sack week after week?"

"Yes, as long as people speak or act against you in some way, you will always have potatoes."

"But Master, we can never control what others do. So what good is the Tao in this case?"

"We're not at the realm of the Tao yet. Everything we have talked about so far is the conventional approach to forgiveness. It is the same thing that many philosophies and most religions preach - we must constantly strive to forgive, for it is an important virtue. This is not the Tao because there is no striving in the Tao."

"Then what is the Tao, Master?"

"You can figure it out. If the potatoes are negative feelings, then what is the sack?"

"The sack is... that which allows me to hold on to the negativity. It is something within us that makes us dwell on feeling offended.... Ah, it is my inflated sense of self-importance. "

"And what will happen if you let go of it?"

"Then... the things that people do or say against me no longer seem like such a major issue."

"In that case, you won't have any names to inscribe on potatoes. That means no more weight to carry around, and no more bad smells.

The Tao of forgiveness is the conscious decision to not just to remove some potatoes... but to relinquish the entire sack."

Interesting, Stages Of Sleep
Posted by: admin, 2013-04-22, 11:00 - 0 comments

The invention of the electroencephalograph allowed scientists to study sleep in ways that were not previously possible. During the 1950s, a gradate student named Eugene Aserinsky used this tool to discover what is known today as REM sleep. Further studies of human sleep have demonstrated that sleep progresses through a series of stages in which different brain wave patterns are displayed.
There are two main types of sleep:
Non-Rapid Eye Movement (NREM) Sleep (also known asquiet sleep
Rapid Eye Movement (REM) Sleep (also known as active sleep or paradoxical sleep
The Beginnings of Sleep
During the earliest phases of sleep, you are still relatively awake and alert. The brain produces what are known as beta waves, which are small and fast. As the brain begins to relax and slow down, slower waves known as alpha waves are produced. During this time when you are not quite asleep, you may experience strange and extremely vivid sensations known as hypnagogic hallucinations. Common examples of this phenomenon include feeling like you are falling or hearing someone call your name.
Another very common event during this period is known as a myoclonic jerk. If you've ever startled suddenly for seemingly no reason at all, then you have experienced this odd phenomenon. While it may seem unusual, these myoclonic jerks are actually quite common.
Stage 1
Stage 1 is the beginning of the sleep cycle, and is a relatively light stage of sleep. Stage 1 can be considered a transition period between wakefulness and sleep. In Stage 1, the brain produces high amplitude theta waves, which are very slow brain waves. This period of sleep lasts only a brief time (around 5-10 minutes). If you awaken someone during this stage, they might report that they weren't really asleep.
Stage 2
Stage 2 is the second stage of sleep and lasts for approximately 20 minutes. The brain begins to produce bursts of rapid, rhythmic brain wave activity known as sleep spindles. Body temperature starts to decrease and heart rate begins to slow.
Stage 3
Deep, slow brain waves known as delta waves begin to emerge during stage 3 sleep. Stage 3 is a transitional period between light sleep and a very deep sleep.
Stage 4
Stage 4 is sometimes referred to as delta sleep because of the slow brain waves known as delta waves that occur during this time. Stage 4 is a deep sleep that lasts for approximately 30 minutes. Bed-wetting and sleepwalking are most likely to occur at the end of stage 4 sleep.
Stage 5
Most dreaming occurs during the fifth stage of sleep, known as rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. REM sleep is characterized by eye movement, increased respiration rate and increased brain activity. REM sleep is also referred to as paradoxical sleep because while the brain and other body systems become more active, muscles become more relaxed. Dreaming occurs due because of increased brain activity, but voluntary muscles become paralyzed.
The Sequence of Sleep Stages
It is important to realize, however, that sleep does not progress through these stages in sequence. Sleep begins in stage 1 and progresses into stages 2, 3 and 4. After stage 4 sleep, stage 3 and then stage 2 sleep are repeated before entering REM sleep. Once REM sleep is over, the body usually returns to stage 2 sleep. Sleep cycles through these stages approximately four or five times throughout the night.
On average, we enter the REM stage approximately 90 minutes after falling asleep. The first cycle of REM sleep might last only a short amount of time, but each cycle becomes longer. REM sleep can last up to an hour as sleep progresses.


On July 20, 1973, Lee had been working on a film called Game of Death. While attending a dinner, he began to have headaches. He took a painkiller that he was allergic to, and died the next morning. At this time, the filming of Game of Death was only partially finished. The movie's producers decided to use the pieces of the film already shot, and combine them with new footage of other actors.
To explain this, the producers filmed at Bruce Lee's actual funeral, to write into the story that he faked his death. That way, all of the fill ins would have a logical reason to wear disguises, still maintaining the impression it was the same character. In addition, to make the death credible, they set up a scene with a cardboard cutout of Bruce Lee glued to a mirror. Even crazier, the producers made a SEQUEL starring Bruce Lee, using more unused footage.
The inventor of the snapshot camera committed suicide.
His name was George Eastman. He was the inventor of the first Kodak snapshot camera. You might recognize the name he gave to it: the Kodak camera. In addition to being one of the first brand names invented from nonsense syllables, it also sparked a photographic revolution that is still strong today.
He was able to simplify the photography process and create a product that everyone was able to use. He also pioneered a system in which employees of the company got dividends, essentially making them part-owners of the company. Sadly, when he was 77, he had spinal stenosis, which is a narrowing of the spinal canal. The pain for him was pretty big.
He decided to commit suicide by shooting himself in the heart. He left a short and simple note: "To my friends: My work is done. Why wait?"
A lion’s roar can be heard 5 miles away!
A lion’s roar is one of the loudest noises any animal on Earth can make. It is so loud that it can be heard over five miles away from the lion! Scientists have been doing research on the immense sound lion’s emit and have discovered that the reason its loud isn’t because of lung capacity.
It’s actually because they have an unusual set of vocal cords which allow them to produce a noise that is both hard and heavy at the same time, all with hardly using the respiratory system. These vocal cords contain two membranes which are covered in a peculiar layer of fat that allow the vocal cords to vibrate horizontally, magnifying the sound!  
Carrots do not give you better night vision.
The myth was spread around by British forces trying to hide the radar!

Lack of Vitamin A can worsen your night vision. However, it is an urban legend that eating a lot of carrots will allow you to have superhuman night vision. Here's the crazy story of how this rumor became so widespread.
Between July 10 and October 31st 1940, Germany attacked the United Kingdom in what was called the Battle of Britain. It was the first major battle to be entirely fought in the air. Germany wanted to destroy the British air defenses and get them to surrender. However, the British were able to defend themselves quite effectively thanks in a large part because new Radar techniques had been discovered. Radar was such an advantage, that the Royal Air Force wanted to keep it a complete secret. The solution? Carrots.
During World War II, British gunners spread the rumor that eating tons of carrots was what allowed them to shoot down German planes in the darkness of night. They were trying to cover up any discovery of the radar they had in their hands. The rumor proved somewhat successful as it reinforced German folklore. It also encouraged Britons to improve their night vision by growing and eating more carrots.

Pinball used to be illegal!  
Pinball’s origins can be traced back thousands of years to ancients playing similar games on grass with rolling stones. The modern pinball game that would commonly come to mind was popularized in the 1700’s with the introduction of the spring launcher. By the 1930’s pinball was one of the most popular games in the world and one of the bestselling.
However, this would all have to be put on pause as gambling laws began to become much more strict. In New York City, pinball bans were particularly stringent. Beginning in the early 1940’s until 1976 no pinball machine was allowed in the city. Mayor Fiorello La Guardai was behind the ban because he believed the game robbed school children of their hard earned change.
La Guardia would enact raids throughout the city. If a pinball machine was found police, and the mayor himself, would stand in the street and destroy them with sledgehammers and dump the remains in the rivers.
The ban was not removed until a man named Roger Sharpe testified that pinball took skill and was not linkable to gambling. He reportedly played a game in the courtroom and the jury was so stunned by his skill that they voted to remove the ban!

Stethoscopes were invented so doctors could avoid having to put their ears against women's chests.
In 1816, René Laennec, a French physician, was visited by an overweight young woman with heart issues. He was having trouble diagnosing her using his hand to feel her heartbeat. Because of her age and sex, he did not want to place his ear against her chest.

Knowing that putting an ear to an object allows the ear to hear noises affecting the other side, he rolled up a sheet of paper into a tube and pressed it against the patient's heart. As he suspected, it allowed him to hear her heart much better. After years of development, the modern telescope was finally invented in 1851.
Coco Chanel was a Nazi spy!
The woman is one of the most influential French fashion designers & she is the founder of the famous fashion brand Chanel.
She started her own brand, which is still relevant and wildly successful until today. However, she also led a double life as a Nazi spy!
Documents show that she committed herself to the German cause as early as 1941. She became a paid agent of the SS intelligence. She was involved in a plan that tried to negotiate with Churchill in order for England to cease hostilities with Germany.
When the war was over, she was interrogated by the Free French Purge Committee. They had no documented evidence of her collaboration with the Nazis. She was let go. She also later said that Churchil had helped her. "Churchill had me freed," she said.


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