Monthly Archives: November 2014
Many of us just hear something and take face value for whatever is said.
So called “Facts” … What makes it a fact if someone says it? This is the true thinking you must always do.
Just because someone says something is good for you, must you believe?
Just because someone tells you its unhealthy to do something , do you believe them?
What if I told you working out 7 days a week was good for you… Do any lights pop? Do you just believe or do you question?
Here it is. The best deal!
Always question, why is this person saying this? Who is saying this? When are they coming up with this? Is there a reason why they feel this way? Many questions must be popping in your head when your told a “Fact”. Because Fact is… No one is perfect and no one knows everything , despite what they believe. So question… Do just be a puppet. Listen and probe….
I have a friend that always questions me and it only makes me question more, question myself, only to learn that sometimes I’m wrong.
So, take it from me, I don’t know everything and even what I say should be questioned…
Like they say, you can’t believe everything you read. Right?
See this link for a good illustration, you’ll love it!
In a relationship, passion falls, eroticism is lost, the sexual concept dies.
Esther Perel describes the secret to desire in a long-term relationship, she explains how relationships they need innovation and for this reason, sex dies and good intimacy fades.
So what should we do?
We must stay connected by striving to live with passions and do what makes us happy, by doing something you are passionate about, you are happier, hence your partner feels it. When you are not NEEDING the other person, but WANTING them, that is healthy and hot. Experience connectedness and closeness but do be separate as well, do not depend on your loved one, this will only end bad. You want to stay Passionate, do not let yourself go.
WHAT IS YOUR PASSION?
Take a look at this:
Now, One last advise: DON’T GIVE UP AND KEEP WORKING HARD!
Take this story as a warning:
I just recently found out about a specific condition of *Foreign Accent Syndrome*. This is very odd how someone can live their whole life in one place and all of a sudden have an accent of some total different place they never been.
Foreign Accent Syndrome: Foreign accent syndrome (FAS) is speech disorder that causes a sudden change to speech so that a native speaker is perceived to speak with a “foreign” accent. FAS is most often caused by damage to the brain caused by a stroke or traumatic brain injury. Other causes have also been reported including multiple sclerosis and conversion disorder and in some cases no clear cause has been identified.
So is that scary or what? Not very many develop that syndrome, however for the very few that do, it’s very odd.
Watch this video to see how this actually goes: