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    work doesn't always feel like work

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    work doesn't always feel like work

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    work doesn't always feel like work

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    work doesn't always feel like work

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    work doesn't always feel like work

    That's great

    Scientifically, Helping out others always made you happy too and sometimes you will also got to learn something new.
    Posted 06-27-2020 at 02:44 AM by Enterslice Enterslice is offline
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    Which side of your brain works the hardest?

    left side of the brain tends to control many aspects of language and logic, while the right side tends to handle spatial information and visual comprehension.
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    work doesn't always feel like work

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    Which side of your brain works the hardest?

    Actually you are testing learning styles and temperament versus left/right hemisphere although left side is prominent in math and logic and right is associated with creativity. Organized versus flexible is a temperament style. Try personality tests like the Meyers Briggs and others based on same concept. We will learn if we are extrovert or introvert, practical or imaginative (thinking versus feeling, rational versus more emotional) intuitive versus sensing. I realize I have crossed categorical classification names across several tests (for experts that recognize I did not adhere to solely Myers Briggs classifications) however there is more than simply left versus right hemisphere. There are the characteristics that underlie our personality traits. Many creative people are highly organized and the reverse is true. Simply put, try some online temperament quizzes that are based on Jung theory or search Myers Briggs to lead you to the free ones. They aren't clinically accurate but are fun and may provide insight into our personality "type".
    Posted 05-17-2015 at 02:39 AM by monkeytoes monkeytoes is offline
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    Anne's diary and the Holocaust

    well not enjoy I suppose but learn from the strengths of them. They are all factual and they tell how it was for ordinary people in their struggles and to remind us that cruelty comes from ordinary people too, but that their are many people who still have the courage to say no and make a stand for themselves or others.

    Also Alex Hailey's Roots
    Posted 01-23-2012 at 07:07 PM by sheilacee sheilacee is offline
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    Anne's diary and the Holocaust

    Anne's diary and the Holocaust

    Hi, You may also like Friedrich about two young boys who did not hide or leave but stayed to face the horrors with their family and what happened to them. Its very sad I warn you but gives a picture of everyday life.

    Friedrich by Hans Peter Richter:

    If you liked Ann Franc you may also like this one, I could not put it down about a grandmother, mother and daughter from Imperialism to communism and escaping it, also very sad again about ordinery people and everyday life. It was banned in china and most likely still is.

    Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China: Jung Chang .

    The Highland Clearances by John Prebble
    Another factual saddie about injustice to people.

    Hope you get to enjoy them.
    Posted 01-23-2012 at 06:49 PM by sheilacee sheilacee is offline
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    Anne's diary and the Holocaust

    I was priviliged to study years ago with Dr.Viktor Frankl who opened my eyes to that horrible time period. I have just completed a novel as a testament to my pledge to him to be a witness after he was gone.
    Posted 06-11-2011 at 09:26 AM by Salvatore Tagliareni Salvatore Tagliareni is offline
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    Mt. Rushmore

    Why not put Adolph Hitler's face up there? He killed far less Jews than those four killed Native Americans. Celebrate your heroes for their time grows short...aho Xube
    Posted 01-31-2010 at 07:25 AM by xube xube is offline
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    the island of Terceira and 1st kisses

    That is a wonderful story and worthly of a lifetimes memories.
    Posted 08-24-2009 at 03:48 AM by yukiko11 yukiko11 is offline
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    Anne's diary and the Holocaust

    You can make a difference. Find out what is needed in your community and figure out a way to fullfil the need, If everyone did this just in their own neighborhood, we could solve a lot of our problems that we are looking to the government to solve.
    Posted 08-24-2009 at 03:43 AM by yukiko11 yukiko11 is offline
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    Anne's diary and the Holocaust

    Also there is a story about a dutch woman, and her family who had a clock store, in Germany. They worked on watches and clocks. They had a secret door, that went to the underground escape routes. I think the Lady who wrote the book, her last name is Boone. She was so courageous. She and her family ended up getting caught and went to concentration camps. She carried a little bible around her neck. Nobody ever saw that bible, and they had to be naked a lot. You know for any body that didn't fear judgement, of the Almighty, it was these monsters. This whole situation was a cover up and a conspiracy from the get go. Racism is unjust and ungodly. It is cruel and it takes someone's identitly and self worth away. The two things that we were created in God's image, like. This is clearly the working of the beast. My heart cries for all the people who are suffering for the cause of evil. Look at Haiti, the people are starving, while food is rotting in their ports. These poor people have consumed all their natural resources and they are eating dirt cookies. This unjustice is too much!!!!!!!!
    Posted 06-25-2009 at 08:51 PM by spiritual sky spiritual sky is offline
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    my pet snake...

    you made me think of our two pet snakes, stanley and stanley. They were both ball pythons, and very friendly. We miss them..they both died last summer.
    Posted 06-09-2009 at 03:09 PM by poconoproud poconoproud is offline
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    doggie quirks part II

    Vacuums and Sneezing.
    My American Eskimo Dog "Sadie" loves to hate the vacuum cleaner. We have to send her outside to settle her down. And sneezing... our terrier mix "Jake" started it. Unfortunately for me, my wife recognized the sneezing as a "method of communication" and sought to understand what he was asking for each time. Now Jake has us trained... and the other 3 dogs have caught on. Sneeze for this, sneeze for that. Ugh! I'm a dog trainer, but unfortunately not an effective wife trainer. I've been married 20 years and I make all the decisions in my house...so I decided to do whatever my wife says!
    Posted 04-16-2009 at 10:00 AM by Randy323 Randy323 is offline
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    Which side of your brain works the hardest?

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    Posted 03-11-2009 at 06:28 PM by Qsnoodle Qsnoodle is offline
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    gluttonous carnivores and those poor lobsters...

    OMG, what an experience! (love that lobster plaque)

    I've eaten lobster maybe 3 or 4 times. Only once I had a whole lobster served to me and I almost died it was an australian variety (don't remember what kind due to the shock at the size of it). It was just so huge it looked like it could come back to life and take me down in a head lock. Oh, the antennaes just creeped me out. Since then, I pass on whole crab or lobster unless its crab or lobster cakes or something like that and even thats a rare order from me.
    Posted 01-04-2009 at 11:14 PM by justhere justhere is offline

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