The most prevalent illness of our generation is excessive anxiety. This subject has been dealt with at length by the philosophers and psychologists of modern times. Anxiety flourishes where there is a lack of awareness of the Almighty.
Awareness of God decreases anxiety, as it says: "The Almighty is my source of salvation. I will trust, and not be afraid" (Isaiah 12:2).
In my California years, I worked with many famous mental health people. In times like these, we must return to our basics to center out lives. When we feel there is no purpose to our lives, we are in a crisis. Dr. Harold Bloomfield, a psychoanalyst in California, put forth the proposition that when we are in a personal crisis, underneath it is always a spiritual crisis. The same concerns that we used to be able to live with our now a crisis, because we have lost faith in G-d.
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beneath ice when a flow of saline water is introduced to ocean
2. Volcanic lightning
charge and static. In rare cases, this can spark a violent
3. Sprites, Elves and Blue Jets
discharges in the atmosphere.
4. Fire Rainbows
high level clouds. The halos are so large, they often appear
parallel to the horizon.
5. White rainbows
These rainbows form in fog, rather than rain. The condensation
reflects little light, and as a result, the rainbow is made up of
very weak colors – like white – rather than the vibrant colors
of a traditional rainbow
6. Fire Whirls
heat and turbulent wind conditions combine.
7. Catatumbo Lightning
mass of storm clouds swirl, creating the rare spectacle known as
Catatumbo lightning. The storm occurs up to 160 nights a year,
10 hours per day and 280 times an hour.
Moonbows are rainbows produced by light reflected off the
surface of the moon, rather than the sun. Due to the small
amount of light reflected off the moon, moonbows are quite
resembles a halo. It occurs when light tunnels through air
inside rain droplets and emit the light backwards. Yes, that's
as crazy as it sounds
No water is sucked in and the sprout is made entirely from
water given off by condensation.
11. Morning Glory
don't know what causes them. They're most commonly seen
at fall in the small town of Burketown in Australia .
12. Lenticular Clouds
air flows over a mountain and piles into large and layered clouds.
Due to their strange shape, these clouds are often mistaken for
form at high altitudes. At such a height, the sun's rays are able
to turn ice into water vapor without melting it first. Some areas
randomly turn into vapor more quickly than others, forming de-
pressions in the smooth surface. Over time, they transform into
jagged fields which face the same direction as the sun.
While they are formed just like other storms, the vertical rotation
of their updraft means that they can sustain themselves for far
15. Frost Flowers
and expands, cracking the stem. Water then draws through the
cracks and freezes upon contact with the air, eventually forming
16. Sun Dogs
crystals cause light to appear brighter when the sun is at a certain
17. Mammatus Clouds
neath the base of a cloud. When air and clouds holding different
levels of moisture mix, the heavier one sinks below the lighter.
18. Snow Donuts
the ground by wind, picking up material along the way. The inner
layers are weak and can easily blow away, leaving a donut.
19. Belt of Venus
when the shadow of the Earth's translucent atmosphere casts
a shadow back upon itself.
20. Asperatus Clouds
Asperatus Clouds were only classified in 2009. As a result, we
know little about them other than the fact that they look amazing.