Monday, July 27, 2015

How to Resist Temptations and the Mystery of the Jew

  Watch Your Words: They Create Your Life

The words you speak program and condition your mind. When you speak words of gratitude, you are programming and conditioning your brain and mind to experience more and more gratitude.

Speaking words of negativity and ingratitude program and condition your brain and mind to experience less and less gratitude and more and more misery.

You create your habits and your habits create you. By speaking words of gratitude regularly, you are developing the habit of speaking words of gratitude. The more you keep up this habit, the easier it becomes to say even more words of gratitude. As you continue to speak words of gratitude, thoughts of gratitude are integrated into your mind and you will spontaneously think and speak this way.

Catch yourself whenever what you say is an expression of a lack of gratitude. Instead of being upset with yourself for still lacking as much gratitude as you would wish, be grateful that you are becoming more aware of your lapses. This awareness will enable you to be more careful from now on.

It would be a good idea, to resolve that whenever you hear yourself saying something that is ungrateful, you immediately make five statements of gratitude.

Love Yehuda Lave

Speaking of words Caroline Glick has her say at the anti Nuclear agreement rally in New York


This article was in the Jerusalem post a few days ago, about deleting dead friends names off your contact list.

They picked it up from the New York Times, but it was something worth thinking about and it inspired me to take off two names of people off my list so I don't end up in the same position as him.

I thought you would enjoy it. Or at least take action on it.

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In this episode of #TheAskCharlieShow, Charlie tackles temptations. He explains why a temptation is so hard to overcome. He quotes research by Professor Dan Ariely about the lure of immediate pleasures and gives practical advice as to how you can "stack the deck" to make smarter, more rational, choices.

Father of Alexander the Great, Philip II's tomb uncovered in Greece

Using radiography, anthropologists from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid analysed skeletal remains in tombs in Vergina, Greece, revealing Philip's leg wound.

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20 July 2015

Does water 'go off'?

A video by Discovery News revealed that subtle chemical changes that happen overnight can actually change the composition of the water, making it ever so slightly acidic.

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20 July 2015