Friday, July 28, 2017

83 Bucket-List Experiences That Will Shape the Way You See the World And Dorris Day songs and story and the temple mount is no longer in our hands

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Yehuda Lave, Spiritual Advisor and Counselor

Discipline Wisely

Parents should be aware of the possible consequences of their methods of discipline. Nothing destroys the potential for parents to have a close relationship with children as disciplining through excessive fear. When children are still young, parents should be aware that one day their children will become independent. Parents who use fear as a weapon create negative feelings in the children. When they grow up, those children are likely to rebel against their parents and go their own way.

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83 Bucket-List Experiences That Will Shape the Way You See the World

1. Watch the sun rise from a hot-air balloon in Cappadocia, Turkey.

2. Eat authentic khao soy noodle soup from a street stall in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

3. View the giant shipwreck at Navagio Beach, Greece, from the cliffs above.

4. Go paragliding over the piercing sapphire lagoon in Ölüdeniz, Turkey.

5. Sleep under the stars in the Sahara Desert, Morocco.

6. Go horseback riding through the tobacco fields in Viñales, Cuba.

7. Ski indoors in Dubai.

8. Wander the Marble Caves in Chile.

9. Snorkel in Jellyfish Lake, Palau.

10. Wander the "blue city," aka Chefchaouen, Morocco.

11. Bathe in the Blue Lagoon, Iceland's misty, opal-colored geothermal spa.

12. Go ice skating in Central Park, New York.

13. Ride the Peak 2 Peak Blackcomb Gondola in Whistler, Canada.

14. Pause to reflect and learn from history at the Terror Háza Múzeum in Budapest, Hungary.

15. Catch the train to the top of Jungfraujoch, the highest railway in Europe.

16. Hike El Caminito del Rey (The King's Little Pathway) pinned along the narrow gorge in El Chorro, Spain

17. Go pintxo hopping in Barcelona, Spain.

18. Buy fresh flowers from Columbia Road Flower Markets, London.

19. Explore Buzludzha, the spaceship-like abandoned Soviet convention center in Bulgaria.

20. Ride a helicopter above Franz Joseph Glacier, New Zealand.

21. Row past the Lycian rock tombs in Fethiye, Turkey.

22. Marvel at the mosaics and archways in Alhambra, Spain.

23. Swim with whale sharks in the Philippines.

24. Explore the three and a half miles of passageways in Derinkuyu, the underground city in Turkey.

25. Swim in Lake Bled, Slovenia.

26. Cycle through Copenhagen, Denmark, like a local.

27. Walk across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York.

28. Get into Berghain, the infamously difficult-to-enter club in Berlin, Germany.

29. Dive off Stari Most bridge in Mostar, Bosnia.

30. Celebrate Dia de los Muertos in Mexico.

31. Ride a tuk-tuk in Bangkok, Thailand.

32. Zip-line through the jungle on the Gibbon Experience in Laos.

33. Watch the sunrise atop a pagoda in Bagan, Myanmar.

34. Catch a longboat through the floating gardens in Inle Lake, Myanmar.

35. Wander the ancient structures of Angkor Wat, Cambodia.

36. Swim in the hidden lagoon in Coron, Palawan, Philippines.

37. Camp in the Grand Canyon, USA.

38. Hike the canyons in Pai, Thailand.

39. Find Wally's Cave, a secret spot in Cape Town's Table Mountain.

40. Climb the Half Dome in Yosemite, California.

41. Fly over Heart Reef in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

42. Hire a rowboat on the lake in Central Park, New York.

43. Visit the mysterious Moai statues carved by the Rapa Nui people on Easter Island.

44. Hike through Rose Valley and explore the "fairy chimneys" in Cappadocia, Turkey.

45. Drive across Salar de Uyuni, the world's largest salt flat in Bolivia.

46. Ride a gondola down a canal in Venice, Italy.

47. Take in the tranquility at Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia.

48. Have a glass of Champagne at the top of the Eiffel Tower, France.

49. Marvel at the rainbow shards of light cast inside Gaudi's La Sagrada Família in Barcelona, Italy.

50. Stay in an overwater bungalow in Bora Bora, Tahiti.

51. Get lost in the labyrinth of alleyways in Fez, Morocco.

52. See Waitomo Caves illuminated by glowworms in New Zealand.  

53. Walk the Great Wall of China.

54. Drive Route 66, USA.

55. Go on a ride in underground amusement park Salina Turda in a salt mine in Romania.

56. Swim through MUSA (Underwater Museum of Art) in Mexico.

7. Dive in the Great Blue Hole in Belize.

58. Swim in the Dead Sea, which borders Israel and Jordan.

59. See where The Beach was filmed in Maya Bay, Thailand.

60. Bathe in the mineral-rich thermal pools in Pamukkale, Turkey.

61. Take a cruise to Antarctica.

62. Go paragliding in Rio de Janeiro.

63. Swim in the Blue Grotto in Capri, Italy.

64. Explore the cobbled streets and sorbet-colored buildings in Cinque Terre, Italy.

65. Dive in a cenote in Mexico.

66. Kayak in the Grand Canyon, USA. 

67. Watch the sun sink behind the whitewashed buildings on the caldera in Oia, Santorini, Greece.

68. Visit an ashram in India.

69. Learn to kiteboard in Mauritius.

70. See the northern lights in Alaska, USA.

71. Go on safari in Botswana.

72. Absorb the energy and frenetic pace in Times Square, New York.

73. Hike to the Boiling Lake in Dominica.

74. Swim with humpback whales in Tonga.

75. Dance to live music in the streets of Havana, Cuba.

76. Lose your inhibitions at Burning Man festival.

77. Camp in the Serengeti.

78. Celebrate Carnivale in South America.

79. Swim in Puerto Rico's Bioluminescent Bay.

80. Ride the Trans-Siberian Railway.

81. Eat fresh sushi and see the tuna auction at Tsukiji fish market in Japan.

82. Swim with great white sharks in Cape Town, South Africa.

83. Visit all 50 states in the USA

Under Cover of Night: Netanyahu Removes Last Vestige of Sovereignty from Temple Mount

Overnight Thursday, Israel dismantled the infrastructure for the installation of smart cameras, or any cameras, really, at the entrances to the Temple Mount compound, in compliance with the list of demands submitted by the true owner of the site, the Jordanian Waqf. Thus Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has exchanged a possible short-term lull in Arab rioting in Jerusalem and elsewhere for Israeli sovereignty on the Temple Mount.

Israeli police removed every last stitch of metal that constituted the crossings and bridges that were supposed to serve as a base for smart security cameras at a later stage. So, while experts were debating on various Israeli media outlets whether or not those smart gadgets could actually detect whether a given Arab had hate in his heart while preparing for the Friday prayer, Bibi took down the whole thing anyway.


The victorious Mufti of Jerusalem, Sheikh Mohammed Hussein, said Wednesday night that "against the background of the developments of the past few hours, all representatives of the Palestinian people have gathered in the political, religious and popular levels, and we will make the right and appropriate decisions." He added that "in the meantime, prayers continue outside the mosque."

Early Thursday morning, he announced that the faithful are now invited to walk though the liberated Lion's Gate and pray inside the compound.

When Sheikh Mohammed Hussein talks, people listen.

It was a night of outrageous celebration the likes of which the Arabs of the territories had not experienced maybe since the toppling of the twin towers. Arab media broadcast images of thousands of people celebrating at night in the streets of Jerusalem the removal of the camera infrastructure — and the affirmation of their deep belief that the Jews, like so many other colonial powers before them, are here only briefly, while they are here for eternity. They shot fireworks, danced and shouted cheers.


Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas said Wednesday night that he "congratulates the Palestinian people and the Palestinian residents of Jerusalem on the victory."

Oh, and just for added perspective, rumor has it that the Waqf insists on security checks for Jews entering the Temple Mount.

You have to love the smell of Tisha B'Av in the morning.

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Which of the 4 Temperaments Are You?

Nobody really knows just how old the theory of the 4 temperaments is. The ancient Greek doctor, Hippocrates (c. 460-370 BCE) popularized it in his concept of humorism, however it is believed to have originated in ancient Egypt or Mesopotamia. Each person in the world is said to possess one of the four major temperament types: sanguine, choleric, phlegmatic, or melancholic. Which one do you think you have? Have a go at interpreting these inkblots and get ready to find out.


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