Daily Archives: October 18, 2018

Yoga + Baby Boomers = A Healthier Lifestyle | Coach Yoga


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Sunday – SoundCloud


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Today’s Birthday: Pierre Trudeau (1919)


Today’s Birthday:
Pierre Trudeau (1919)

As prime minister of Canada from 1968–79 and 1980–84, Trudeau advocated a strong federal government and took a determined stand against the Quebec separatist movement. Despite his opposition to Quebec’s independence, he supported Canadian sovereignty and secured for the country a new constitution in 1982 that precipitated its official independence from Britain. He also had French adopted as an official state language. How did Trudeau figure into an alleged plot to assassinate Fidel Castro? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

This Day in History Women in Canada Finally Recognized as “Persons” (1929)


This Day in History
Women in Canada Finally Recognized as “Persons” (1929)
In the early 20th century, Canadian women were often prohibited from hearing court testimony deemed inappropriate. Emily Murphy protested and became the first woman magistrate in Canada—and all of the British Empire—but her rulings were often challenged because women were not legally considered “persons.” Murphy and four other women, the “Famous Five,” submitted a petition for constitutional clarification. The subsequent Persons Case granted Canadian women personhood. What else did it establish? More…

 

Quote of the Day: Friedrich Nietzsche


Quote of the Day:
Friedrich Nietzsche

It is the same with man as with the tree … The more he seeketh to rise into the height and light, the more vigorously do his roots struggle earthward, downward, into the dark and deep—into the evil. More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Article of the day: Conscription


Article of the day:

Conscription

Conscription, compulsory enrollment in a country’s armed forces, existed as early as the 27th century BCE in Egypt. Since then, forms of obligatory military service have been recorded in countless cultures; Japanese samurai, Aztec warriors, and citizen militiamen in ancient Greece and Rome are just a few examples of conscripted forces. Conscription in the modern sense dates from 1793, when the French Republic raised an army of 300,000 men. What countries draft women into military service? More…

Quote of the Day
Friedrich Nietzsche
It is the same with man as with the tree … The more he seeketh to rise: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Article of the Day: Conscription


Article of the Day:
Conscription

Conscription, compulsory enrollment in a country’s armed forces, existed as early as the 27th century BCE in Egypt. Since then, forms of obligatory military service have been recorded in countless cultures; Japanese samurai, Aztec warriors, and citizen militiamen in ancient Greece and Rome are just a few examples of conscripted forces. Conscription in the modern sense dates from 1793, when the French Republic raised an army of 300,000 men. What countries draft women into military service? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Idiom of the Day: spit (out) the dummy


Idiom of the Day:
spit (out) the dummy

To have a childish overreaction or angry outburst to a negative situation or outcome; to act in a bad-tempered manner, likened to a temper tantrum of a child. “Dummy” here refers to a plastic teat used to soothe teething infants (also called a “pacifier” in the U.S. or a “soother” elsewhere), which they may spit when in the middle of a tantrum. Primarily heard in Australia. Watch the video…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Word of the Day: do-gooder


Word of the Day:
do-gooder

Definition: (noun) Someone devoted to the promotion of human welfare and to social reforms.

Synonyms: humanitarian, improver

Usage: A do-gooder to the core, she spends all of her free time and nearly all of her money helping the homeless.: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch


MIGRANT CARAVAN: Two federal police-filled planes w/anti-riot gear landed near the Mexico/Guatemala border this morn (vid source: Policia Federal de Mexico). https://t.co/UyneeXlPnu

MIGRANTE CARAVAN: Dos aviones llenos de policía federal con equipo antidisturbios aterrizaron cerca de la frontera México / Guatemala esta mañana (vid fuente: Policía Federal de México). https://t.co/UyneeXlPnu

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An owl…is an owl is always an owl (o-w-l)


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Ridere non Deridere. Condividere non Dividere. Parlare non Sparlare. A volte basta una sillaba per fare la differenza tra Eleganza e Volgarità. Cit.


Ridere non Deridere.
Condividere non Dividere.
Parlare non Sparlare.
A volte basta una sillaba per fare
la differenza tra Eleganza e Volgarità.

Cit.

Laugh, do not to deride.
Share, do not Split.
Appreciate, don’t deride.
Sometimes, just a syllable makes the difference between Elegance and Vulgarity.

Cit.