Relationships and Social Media

‘Sexting’ is taking the world by surprise according to analysts and can in fact enhance connections.

However, when ‘sexting’ can be used as an instrument to find thrills beyond a monogamous marriage, that’s where a troubled relationship will get itself in a poor spiral.

 

 

hiroshima peace memorial

Hadashi no Gen (Barefoot Gen) is a Japanese manga story about a boy, Gen, who is in Hiroshima when the city is destroyed by the atomic bomb on 6th August 1945.

The manga was created by Keiji Nakazawa, based on his own experiences as a Hiroshima a-bomb survivor.

This article reports on Keiji Nakazawa’s experiences and the creation of Barefoot Gen, and a documentary DVD in which Keiji Nakazawa talks about his experiences.

 

 

Boston Bombings

When it comes to the Boston bombings on April 15, we are in good news-bad news territory, both now and since 9/11.

The good news is that these events are rare.

The bad news is that they are catastrophic.

Good news: we often catch the perpetrators or kill them in the process.

Bad news: they often spawn copycats around the world.

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Bombing of Hiroshima

Take a look into our history and judge for yourself if President Harry S. Truman’s decision to use the atomic bomb was the best decision out of all the alternatives he had.

At the time, the pressure to end the war without U.S. bloodshed was mounting on President Truman.

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racism in schools

Anti-racism includes values, actions, activities, and policies implemented or developed to oppose racism.
By its mother nature, anti-racism will promote the view that racism in a specific contemporary society is both pernicious and socially pervasive, and that one changes in politics, economic, and interpersonal life must eliminate it.

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mindset matters podcast

In decision theory and general systems theory, a mindset is a set of assumptions, methods, or notations held by one or more people or groups of people.A mindset can also be seen as incident of a person’s world view or philosophy of life.A mindset may be so firmly established that it creates a powerful incentive within these people or groups to continue to adopt or accept prior behaviors, choices, or tools. The latter phenomenon is also sometimes described as mental inertia, “groupthink”, and it is often difficult to counteract its effects upon analysis and decision making processes.
In cognitive psychology, a mindset represents the cognitive processes activated in response to a given task (French, 2016).

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Secrets on Finding Your Passion at Work

Finding your passion at work is the key to ensure lifelong happiness, contentment and good health.

When you love what you do, it matters less how much money you have in the bank. You look forward each day that comes with zest and excitement.

You feel your work and everything else in life is full of adventure, opportunities and satisfaction. You are at your best health, you sleep well, and you feel rejuvenated and inspired.

Russian author Fyodor Dostoyevsky had similar opinions on this effect on a working individual. While he was in prison for expressing negative views against the authorities, he was moved by the misery of prisoners who were tasked to transfer a huge pile of sand all day. He had observed that this group of prisoners was the one who tried to escape thru the electrified barbed-wire fence or committed suicide.  The other group of prisoners on the other hand was tasked to build a railroad. They appear to be happier and satisfied, in fact he had heard them singing while at work.

To find passion at work, you must be in the right job where you are given the freedom to become a better and wiser person than you are at the present.

And to find the right job, you must be honest with your feelings and thoughts. You must know the things that matter to you and that will really make you happy and content.

Take time to incorporate your thoughts and feelings, your sense of individuality, your weaknesses, strengths, the thing that annoy you, excites you, and what you do effortlessly and naturally.

Knowing what you want and having the courage to go for it helps your mind and feelings accomplish your objective.

You must also make sure that the work you have provides your needs.

Many people quit their jobs because they feel unappreciated, too busy and drained (signs of poor boundaries), unchallenged, and more. It is important for you to examine your needs as it is similar to having the right nutrients in your diet.

Fine-tuning your personal needs with the rewards of work gives you security and contentment. Thus, making you more inspired and motivated.

A work with passion is a work that expresses love.

This love is not the romantic love but the love that is conduit to expressing goodwill to others and the community and yet you get paid at the same time.

When your work is one that spreads the love to others, you feel prouder of yourself.

To find passion at work, you can re-examine your roles and how it contributes for greater work.

Then, remind yourself of those thoughts every now and then.

Some fears are born from abuses and mistreatment we have received from our parents, teachers, former employers, co-workers and other people.

These fears oftentimes restrict us to become completely happy and passionate about our work.

A lot of people feel empty because they are guilty of the past. They feel there is no possibility of finding the work they love and thus, they only give half of their hearts to it.

Finding your passion at work also means letting go of the monsters of the past.

When you liberate yourself from negative thoughts out of unpleasant past experiences, you will become more open to experiences that will transform you to a more mature individual – someone that is willing to accept responsibility of changing her life thru her own hands and cooperate with positive people to achieve mutually desirable goals.

 

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Michael Cernovich (born November 17, 1977) is a right-wing American social media personality, anti-feminist, men’s rights activist, and conspiracy theorist. He has been characterized as a part of the alt-right, but does not identify as such. Cernovich has been a regular host of The Alex Jones Show on InfoWars, a show known for promoting fake news and conspiracy theories.Raised in Kewanee, Illinois, Cernovich graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Illinois at Springfield and received a Juris Doctor from Pepperdine University’s School of Law. He became a blogger in the 2000s, focusing on anti-feminist themes, and gained notice within the manosphere. He created a website, Danger and Play, in 2012; it was first known for his men’s rights activism. During the 2016 US presidential election campaign, he gradually posted more in favor of the Donald Trump campaign and against Hillary Clinton as a political blog.Cernovich periodically promotes fake news, conspiracy theories, and smear campaigns. He pushed Pizzagate, the falsehood that John Podesta and other high-ranking Democratic Party officials were supposedly involved in a child-sex ring. Cernovich has falsely accused various people of being pedophiles or supporting pedophilia.

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Lords of Chaos is a 2018 horror-thriller film directed by Jonas Åkerlund and written by Dennis Magnusson and Åkerlund. Adapted from the 1998 book of the same name, the film is a semi-fictionalised account of the early 1990s Norwegian black metal scene told from the perspective of Mayhem co-founder Euronymous. It stars Rory Culkin as Euronymous, Emory Cohen as Varg Vikernes, Jack Kilmer as Dead, and Sky Ferreira as Ann-Marit.
The film premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, was released in the United States on 8 February 2019 by Gunpowder & Sky, and was released in the United Kingdom on 29 March 2019 by Arrow Films. It received mixed to average reviews.

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Acute low back pain: Can screening predict recovery?

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There is substantial variability in the clinical course of people presenting with acute low back pain (LBP) – pain that lasts for up to 3 months. The majority of patients with acute LBP recover from the episode within a few weeks or months;[1] however, substantial variability exists between patients: some will recover within a few […]

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