Tuesday, June 28, 2016

I Believe I Can Fly, I Believe i Can Touch The Sky!

Rabbi Yehuda Lave

Be a Solution-Seeker

Become a solution-seeker. When a problem arises, ask yourself, "What solution can I think of?" When a situation isn't to your liking, ask yourself, "What solution can I think of?" Whenever something is bothering you, ask yourself, "What solution can I think of?" Unhappy people become distraught, upset, frustrated, or angry when unpleasant things happen. They speak to themselves and to others in ways that increase the amount of time they will feel emotional distress. Happy people use their intelligence and memory to think of potential solutions. At times solutions might be easy to find if you just ask yourself, "What solution can I think of?" If a solution isn't easy to find, brainstorm in your own mind or with others

I especially like to ask others to help. Thank you to my readers, my help mates.

Love Yehuda Lave

I Believe I Can Fly, I Believe i Can Touch The Sky!



Herzog signed secret agreement to divide Jerusalem Zionist Union leader also accepted 'right of return' for Palestinian Arabs into Israel, surrender of Judea and Samaria.

Isaac Herzog meets with Mahmoud Abbas Flash90

Opposition leader and Zionist Union chief Isaac Herzog agreed to far reaching concessions on the eve of the 2015 election, a report by Channel 10 on Sunday revealed.

Herzog, who prior to the election was seen as a viable candidate for Prime Minister, signed a secret letter of understanding with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, agreeing to a number of long-standing Arab demands.

Among the subjects covered in the letter are the division of Jerusalem, the future disposition of Judea and Samaria, and the so-called "right of return" for Arabs who left the country in 1948.

According to the agreement, Herzog conceded all of Judea and Samaria and accepted the partition of Jerusalem, surrendering portions of the capital to a new Palestinian state.

In addition, Herzog agreed to accept Palestinian "refugees" into Israel under the framework of a "right of return".

Some technical details were included in the document, including a unique arrangement for Jerusalem, which would be the shared capital of both states and under split sovereignty, yet would be managed by a single municipality.

Even the Old City itself would be divided under the framework agreed upon in the Herzog-Abbas letter, with the Western Wall kept under Israeli control, while the Temple Mount would be placed under international control.

In exchange for Herzog's concessions, Abbas accepted a "symbolic" Israeli presence in the strategically critical Jordan Valley region along Israel's eastern border.

The agreement also dealt with anti-terror operations following the establishment of a Palestinian state. According to the document, a joint security 'mechanism' bringing together Israeli, Palestinian, and Jordanian forces would be charged with fighting terror.

Herzog responded to the revelation on Sunday, saying "In my contacts with the Palestinian Authority chief during 2014 I made efforts with the goal of reaching an understanding that would have prevented the wave of terror which I saw coming; [efforts] just like the work I am doing now to prevent this radical right-wing government's abandonment of the regional conference plan from bringing upon us a new war."

Best buddies--this would have been result of Herzog election

Pedal-powered roller coaster in Japan


King of Fruits

The Durian's edible flesh emits a distinctive odour that is strong and penetrating even when the husk is intact. Some people regard the durian as having a pleasantly sweet fragrance; others find the aroma overpowering and revolting. The smell evokes reactions from deep appreciation to intense disgust, and has been described variously as rotten onions, turpentine, and raw sewage. The persistence of its odour, which may linger for several days, has led to the fruit's banishment from certain hotels and public transportation in Southeast Asia.

Top imam says beating wives is the only way to control them

Council of Islamic Ideology chairman Muhammad Khan Sherani speaks to journalists in Islamabad. Photo: Getty Images

A leading Pakistani cleric has provided male followers with a step-by-step guide to controlling their women – with a "light beating" suggested at the end of the process for problem wives.

Muhammad Khan Sherani, chairman of the Council of Islamic Ideology in Pakistan, offered a weirdly archaic model to men because: "When we draft a bill concerning women we have to consider all possible solutions."

Sherani is proposing a law that would allow husbands to beat their wives. The mullah originally made these statements last month before he doubled down and affirmed them to the BBC in an interview that aired on Thursday:

"If a woman does not fulfill her responsibilities in marriage first you advise her."
"If that doesn't work then you consult her relatives."
"If that doesn't work then you desert her in bed and if all of this doesn't work then light beating is allowed."

Sherani told the BBC that without the beating option, husbands would be powerless to change their wives' behavior.

"Then you tell me, what is the solution to this issue?," he asked.

"If a woman doesn't respond to advice, doesn't listen to her relatives after all you've used all the options what should be done?"

Women, living here in the 21st century, fought back with devastating snark, unleashing the Twitter hashtag #TryBeatingMeLighty.

As writer/blogger @YumnaMustafaH put it: "#TryBeatingMeLightly and I'll make sure you get poisoned slightly."

Sherani's panel advises the Pakistani legislature but has no official hand in passing laws.