If monkey thinks like monkey it is normal. But if man thinks like monkey it is abnormal. But, thinking like monkey is not an uncommon feature among the humans and we often confirm the Darwin theory true by way of our attitudes, behaviour and lifestyles. Fickleness of thoughts and instability of mind is the main feature of Monkey thinking. A person who thinks like monkey does not know for him/herself how s/he behaves at any point of time. No body knows how and when s/he scares others by his/her behaviour. Smirks as well as smiles of Monkey thinkers’ are unreliable as it is the special quality... Read More
Jealousy is the dandruff of mind. Special soaps or shampoos that appear in advertisements on television screens or elsewhere can not wipe out the dandruff of mind. The jealousy-dandruff creates uneasiness in the mind and troubles the others and is the root cause for several social disorders. Jealousy stops social growth and promotes individual interests. No existing system of medicine can cure this morbid except spiritual philosophy, which is highly distasteful to the persons whose attitude and life style is dominated by the character of envious thoughts.
Some times it is difficult... Read More
It seems the easiest way to get publicity if you like to complain about everything is to attack the BBC. This is the most effective method of trolling. Just three thousand complaints over a four-day period from an organisation that reaches the entire population of the UK and beyond is enough to grab Top News status on a nationwide scale.Following the BBC unabashedly Royalist TV and radio output over the queen's jubilee weekend, full of false/forced patriotism and black and white pictures, I personally would have complained more about the one-sided nation of the coverage and the panicked expressions... Read More
There is pending legislation being proposed for the USA to place a ban on "bath salts, a highly dangerous, synthetic drug that is spreading rapidly across the country and believed to have been a cause in the recent attack in Miami where a man ate off 80 % of a homeless man's face, reports ABC News. The federal government now intends to make methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV), the key ingredient in the street drug known as "bath salts," illegal.
"Bath salts," not to be confused with bath relaxation products are inexpensive, synthetic and what's been called by some to be a "super-charged... Read More
Besides already established and proved health hazards, the mobile phones have also been contributing for the moral turpitude among some human beings and badly affecting their cordial relations with others. The relations within the family members, within the kin and kith circles, within the friends circles or in the workplaces and where not, badly contributing for the lying and dishonest nature among some moble users. In another words the negative side of technology of mobile phones has been teaching the human beings, how to improve the habit of fibbing for every silly things with out any kind... Read More
Thursday, NASA announced that after substantial evaluation of Hubble Space Telescope data that they are certain that our Milky Way is going to collide with our neighbor the Andromeda galaxy. Andromeda, called M31, has been closing in on our galaxy for awhile now. The 2 galaxies are being drawn together by the well known force that we call gravity -- between the 2 galaxies. Sangmo Tony Sohn of the Space Telescope Science Institute stated, “After nearly a century of speculation about the future destiny of Andromeda and our Milky Way, we at last have a clear picture of how events will unfold... Read More
London: "An obsession with sex and divorce is running rampant through British society, the Bishop of London, Richard Chartres, said on Saturday, urging Britons to use the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations as a chance to reflect and change their ways."
Chartres stated that rapid economic progress since Elizabeth took the throne in 1952, had not come without its cost. “Promiscuity, separation and divorce have reached epidemic proportions in our society," he wrote, in a pamphlet, to mark this weekend’s festivities.
Chartres is seen by many as a potential successor to Rowan... Read More
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The only problem is that one in three homes have a diamond engagement/wedding rings...so really how special or unique are they? Just a thought...
therin lies the problem...cost few can afford.