Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Undersea Restaurant and Better to Say Bitter and John had successful surgery

Better To Say Bitter

Rabbi Moshe of Kobrin used to say, "When a person suffers, he shouldn't say that things are bad. Rather, he should say that the situation is bitter. The Almighty does nothing bad. Just as medicine is beneficial, although it might be bitter, so too events are always beneficial even if they are bitter."

John, my son-in-law had successful surgery yesterday, but it is unknown yet, if the tumor they took out is cancerous yet...It will be biopsied next week.  I have learned a lot about testicular cancer from the experience obviously.

Testicular tumors are another kind of scrotal mass. Testicular cancer is mainly a disease of young men, but it can occur in any age, even in children. Any solid mass within the testicle is considered malignant until proven otherwise. There are a few testicular tumors that are benign.

And how did I discover his tumor?? It was only because i had something bitter happen to me, and i had to take Aura with me to see John, and she saw his tumor..If I had not had something "bitter" happen to me, his life would not had been saved!!! So it was not so "bitter" after all!!!

Love Yehuda

Now This is really unique!
It is currently located at the Hilton Resort on the Indian Ocean .
P.s. Wonder how much meals costs here! And also wonder if anyone pays any attention
to their meal?!

Check Out This Restaurant! How cool is that?

The World's First All-glass Undersea Restaurant Opens

The Maldives | 15 April marks the day that the first ever all-glass undersea restaurant in the world opens its doors for business at the Hilton Maldives Resort & Spa. It will sit five meters below the waves of the Indian Ocean , surrounded by a vibrant coral reef and encased in clear acrylic offering diners 270-degrees of panoramic underwater views.

"We have used aquarium technology to put diners face-to-face with the stunning underwater environment of the Maldives ", says Carsten Schieck, General Manager of Hilton Maldives Resort & Spa. "Our guests always comment on being blown away by the colour, clarity, and beauty of the underwater world in the Maldives, so it seemed the perfect idea to build a restaurant where diners can experience fine cuisine and take time to enjoy the views - without ever getting their feet wet."

Created by MJ Murphy Ltd, a design consultancy based in New Zealand , Ithaa's distinctive feature is the use of curved transparent acrylic walls and roof, similar to those used in aquarium attractions. "The fact that the entire restaurant except for the floor is made of clear acrylic makes this unique in the world," continues Schieck, "We are currently planting a coral garden on the reef to add to the spectacular views of the rays, sharks and many colourful fish that live around the area.

Isn't that amazing?

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