Why do we have to die one day? The following is an excerpt from "The Mindfulness Bell, #31. "Imagine there is only birth, no death. One day there will be hardly any place to stand on earth. To die means to leave the place for our children. And who are our children? Our children are ourselves. Our children are our new manifestations. The son is the continuation of the father. The father looking at his son has the feeling that he will not die because his son is there to continue him. Looking like that you see that you are not dying, you are continuing in your son. And your son is not dying because he is continued in the grandson and so on. Buddhist meditation helps us to look deeply to see that there is no real dying only continuation in different forms. Look at the cloud in the sky. The
Syncope is defined as a self-limited loss of consciousness, usually combined with falling due to the inability to maintain postural tone. The underlying mechanism is a transient global cerebral hypoperfusion. The aetiology essentially includes cardiac disorders (structured heart disease or arrhythmias), neurally-mediated reflex syndromes, orthostatic hypotension and carotid sinus syndrome. History and physical examination will lead to the diagnosis in up to 50% of cases [ ]. In patients with arrhythmic syncope, a poor prognosis can be expected if syncope is misdiagnosed, particularly when arrhythmias occur in a patient with advanced heart disease [ ]. The most important step is to differentiate patients with heart disease from others, since the mortality of these patients is doubled [ ].
Antibodies are proteins that are important for immunity. When harmful viruses and bacteria, called antigens, invade your body, antibodies destroy them. This protects you from sickness and disease. Proteins exist as hormones, regulating specific body processes. Hormones are carried by the bloodstream to a particular site in the body that needs regulation. For example, in response to varying blood sugar levels, the hormone insulin is released, which helps to regulate and maintain proper energy utilization. Proteins also play important roles in blood clotting and vision. Additionally, they help proteins regulate the acid-base balance in the body by acting as buffers. Proteins function as enzymes, facilitating chemical reactions in the body, such as the breakdown or build up of substances in
Fat has many uses within our bodies which without it, we wouldnвt be alive. All too often you hear another infomercial talking bad about fat again. What they donвt realize is that fat has many powerful uses and without it those infomercialsВwouldn tВeven be shown. Reason #1 Fat provides us with a huge source of energy. This energy would be almost unattainable eating just protein and carbs alone. Think about it this way, for every gram of fat you eat you get 9 calories of fuel for your body. Carbohydrates and proteins only get 4 calories for every gram that is eaten. Once we expend all of our carbohydrates in our body, fat comes to the rescue as an energy source. Without it our bodies start literally eating themselves and breaking down tissues such as muscle. So fats are essential to
It s just a generalized description Sim. All fabrics will be transparent if thin enough, but black materials less than white, due to the way they can absorb and transform the visible radiation to heat. Then white thick cotton is better than black thick cotton. Not if you want the convection, then black should be what you aim for. White reflects light of all wavelengths whilst a red cloth absorbs all other colors than red better, how good it absorbs those other will be seen as how red the cloth will be to you, also depending on the light-source of course. Black also reflects all colors, just like white, but as it absorbs so much of them the net effect becomes a black. That I didn t mention it before was because I was trying to keep to what the main question was why do people wear black in
Many of our posts talk about awesome ways to caress the senses with lovely colors, music and scents. However, itБs almost impossible to appreciate the benefits of these sensual stimulants if you have no perception of them. This post is for our goddesses who canБt smell or taste. First a small definition: Your sense of taste is located on your tongue. Tastes include salty, sweet, sour, bitter and umami*. Flavors are what allow us to differentiate one food from another such as a lemon from a lime. When you say canБt smell or taste, you probably mean you canБt smell or know the flavor of foods. *Umami is a Japanese word loosely translated into Бdelicious. Б It comes from a receptor on your tongue that is responsive to organic compounds like glutamate like that found in meat and in MSG
is hardly fun, but what about, a. k. a. bacne? At least a good, but you can kiss tank tops and strapless dresses goodbye if you're sporting bumps from your shoulders to your behind. Luckily, with a few simple modifications to your daily routine, you can make those body pimples a thing of the past. 1. The products you're using are clogging your pores. That's right: Your conditioner, your body cream, your massage oils they all can, causing you to get zits on your back. The Cure: When washing and conditioning, flip your hair to the front and rinse forward to avoid leaving shampoo and conditioner residue on your back. And instead of regular sunscreen, choose ones that are labeled "ultra-light" or "quick-dry" like La Roche Posay Anthelios 60 Ultra Light Sunscreen Fluid ($30, ). It's also
Late vs. Early Teething Just like crawling and walking, teething is a developmental process that unfolds on its own timetable. Whether your child gets her first tooth early, late or right on time, the process is the same. You may have heard babies that tooth later have healthier teeth. Although tooth health does have a genetic component that may be related to the time of teething, how you care for those teeth plays a more important role. RELATED: The Timeline The first teeth appear anywhere between 3 and 18 months, although 4 to 6 months is the most common time frame. The first to appear are typically the lower middle teeth. Thereafter, expect about one tooth per month until all 20 teeth have emerged, a process which is typically completed by age 2 1/2. The Pros and Cons You can't
Donвt you hate it when your phoneвs battery is low while youвre on the road but your lighter socket is not working? This problem is not actually a serious car issue but can be quite inconvenient when left unrepaired. More. Although mainly used to light cigarettes, the lighter sockets are also ports you can use to charge your devices such as your GPS, phones, cams, and many others. But if your cigar light port is not functioning, worry no more! I will teach you how to fix cigarette lighter in a car and you donвt even need to be a car-savvy to do it. My Cigarette Lighter in Car is Not Working в Whatвs Wrong? Sometimes we want to plug all our gadgets at once into the lighter socket without reviewing the specifications of the devices, causing the to blow up. ...
Names of specific ships and other vessels are both capitalized and italicized (or capitalized entirely - "all caps" - in text documents denying italics such as email, use of a mechanical typewriter. ) Note that when such abbreviations as USS (United States ship) or HMS (Her His Majestys ship) precede a name, the word ship or other vessel type should not be used. The abbreviations themselves are not italicized. e. g. More recently, naval ships have been assigned a pennant hull number, consisting of a serial number sometimes preceded by a combination of letters (indicating the type of ship. ) If used in place of a name, the number should be italicized. N. B. Smaller ships such as landing craft and submarine chasers may be individually numbered but not named. e. g. Where necessary to avoid