Monday, September 8, 2014

Wonderland train Set and the smart bracelet that could save lives

Write The Story Of Your Life 

Write The Story Of Your Life

View each day as a page in your autobiography.

You have the ability to fill each page with beautiful stories of spiritual growth and kind deeds. Past pages are already written, but you can revise their significance by learning from your mistakes. In a panoramic view of your life, those mistakes become stepping stones for growth.

Future pages are not yet ready to be written. Only the present pages are before you. You have the opportunity to be the author of a masterpiece which describes the life of a great person: you.

this is the great gift of repentence that we have always but especially in the holy month of Elul before Rosh Hashana.

Love Yehuda Lave

The smart bracelet that could save lives

Indian engineer Chirag Jagtiani, who created the band said that a wearer only needs to press the SOS button twice to send a text message with their location to chosen contacts.

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26 August 2014

They added more to the original video
take time & watch,hard to believe

~German Miniature Train Station~

(Be sure to watch the video at the end) -

"GERMAN Train Set"


This is unbelievable . . ..

Check it out, you will be amazed -


       "GERMAN Train Set" . . ..

This is the world's biggest train set which covers

1,150 square meters (12,380 square feet), features

almost six miles of track and is still not complete


Twin brothers Frederick and Gerrit Braun, 41,

began work on the 'Miniatur Wonderland' in 2000


The set covers six regions including  America ,  Switzerland ,

Scandinavia,  Germany  and the Austrian Alps


The American section features giant models of the

Rocky Mountains, Everglades,  Grand Canyon ,


. . .and Mount Rushmore


The Swiss section has a mini-Matterhorn


The Scandinavian part has a 4 ft long passenger ship

floating in a 'fjord'


It is expected to be finished in 2014, when the train

set will cover more than 1,800 square meters (19,376 sq ft)

and feature almost 13 miles of track, by which time detailed

models of parts of  France ,  Italy ,  and the  UK  will have been added


It comprises 700 trains with more than 10,000 carriages

and wagons


The longest train is 46ft long


The scenery includes 900 signals, 2,800 buildings,

4,000 cars - many with illuminated headlights...


. . .and 160,000 individually designed figures


Thousands of kilograms of steel and wood was used

to construct the scenery...


The 250,000 lights are rigged up to a system which mimics

night and day by automatically turning them on and off


The whole system is controlled from a massive

high-tech nerve centre


In total the set has taken 500,000 hours and more than

8 million to put together, the vast majority of which has

come from ticket sales


Gerrit said: "Our idea was to build a world that men,

women, and children can be equally astonished and

amazed in"

Frederik added: "Whether gambling in  Las Vegas ,

hiking in the  Alps  or paddling in Norwegian fjords -

in Wunderland everything is possible"

The world's biggest model train set.



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Why They Were Beheaded

The profound meaning of this gruesome death.

by Rabbi Benjamin Blech

Daniel Pearl, James Foley, Steven Sotloff all shared a gruesome death that has become the signature murder carried out by Islamic fanatics. It is the kind of killing that Isis and its followers promise to inflict upon Americans and all other infidels around the world.

And it is the kind of butchery that creates perhaps the most primal visceral response of disgust, of fear, and of horror.

Murder by any means is a crime beyond compare. Yet beheading seems to comprise a category all of its own. We shudder as we contemplate it. Our mind cannot absorb its reality. In the most powerful sense of all we cannot grasp a divide between the self-awareness of our heads as distinct from the responsiveness and wholeness of our bodies.

The very thought of beheading is in an ironic way almost enough to make us lose our minds.

Yet that has become the preferred method of execution by the contemporary enemies of civilization. And I believe there is a profound subconscious motive, aside from the obvious desire to create dread, which guides today's terrorists to choose decapitation.

Human beings, we are told in the Bible, are created in the image of God. It is not in our physical appearance that we share a likeness to our Creator. It is in our minds that we share of his wisdom, intuit his greatness, and sense his sanctity. That is why our heads are given the task to direct messages to the rest of our bodies. From there come the signals that oversee all of our actions.

No wonder that Jews are commanded to daily bind tefillin – phylacteries - "for a sign upon their hands and for frontlets between their eyes." There are two components to this mitzvah, two symbolic boxes to serve as reminders of our link with God and our need to live lives of holiness. One box is placed on our hand to symbolize that we dedicate our deeds to God. The other is on our head, over the seat of our intellectual activity. Its message is to make clear that we understand ultimate sovereignty of our actions comes from the free willed decisions of our minds, keys to our shared image with our Creator.

Head and body linked define our spiritual identity.

There is a fascinating story in the Talmud which at first glance seems almost incomprehensible. It tells us of a beheading that took place in biblical times at the time of the burial of our patriarch Jacob.

Jacob's body was brought to Hebron, to the Cave of the Patriarchs, Me'arat Ha'machpelah. There were eight burial plots in the cave; Adam, Eve, Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Rebecca and Leah were already buried there, leaving only a single available grave. Esau, Jacob's twin and older brother, acknowledged that he had sold his birthright to Jacob but maintained that he hadn't given up his right to be buried in the Cave and with armed force prevented his brother's burial from proceeding. Jacob's children sent fleet-footed Naphtali back to Egypt to bring the proof of ownership.

While all this was going on, Chushim, the deaf son of Dan, asked what the commotion was all about, and was incensed to learn that Esau had halted the funeral of his revered grandfather. With a mighty blow of his sword, Chushim severed Esau's head, which rolled into the Cave of Machpelah and came to rest in Isaac's lap, where it remains to this day. Thus it came to pass that "Esau's head lies in the bosom of Isaac."

So ends the story. And so we are told that to this day the holiest tomb of our people contains not just the remains of eight holy ancestors but the head of one other, held close to the bosom of his father.

What is the meaning of this strange tale?

Esau was a villain. Of course he knew better. He was the son of Isaac. As Jacob's twin, he assuredly had the same potential for spiritual greatness. But Esau followed a different path. His life was that of a hunter and hedonist. Between head and body, he chose the latter as guide for his behavior.

His body did not deserve to be buried in a place of holiness. It would not be accorded this honor. But his head, his link with the image of God and blessed with the potential for greatness, was granted the gift of internment together with his father who loved him not for what he was but for all that he might have become.

Head and body together unite us in thought and deed. Separating them conveys a statement of profound meaning; its intent is to reject the power of mind. It seeks to destroy the influence of the one divine gift that is the distinctive feature of civilized mankind. Its mission is literally to make human beings mindless, barbarians motivated solely by bodily desires.

That is why today's battle against the Islamic savages videotaping their murders by decapitation is a war that must be waged if civilization is to survive.

Published: September 6, 2014