Not long ago a 70-year-old American woman died of cardiac arrest a few hours after Barack Obama entered her restaurant. That’s what I would call ‘to die of happiness’. That poor woman had no idea of the President’s visit, and moreover she was a great Obama’s fan. So can people really die of happiness? According to experts, it is possible. Emotional arousal can lead to heart attack, stroke and other potentially fatal conditions. Our body reacts to excitement as well as to the feeling of fear or stress, producing adrenaline and noradrenaline. These hormones trigger the reaction to “fight or flight,” which prepares us to the dangerous situation. But excessively high level of these hormones in the blood can be dangerous for our heart, brain and other organs. This is especially harmful for people with heart diseases, and for older people, as it can lead to death.
Today I moved to my new apartment! I was waiting for this moment for so long! I am really happy that it finally happened! I don’t have to pay rent anymore, I don’t have to ask the permission to get a pet, it is my own place and I don’t need a roommate anymore.
It is a small one room apartment but it’s MINE. This is the best thing that ever happened to me including sex with Bill Willington and graduation 😀 Combined.
I don’t know about you, guys, but sometimes I really feel I grow dull. All these parties, lazy evenings before TV and social nets seem to reduce my imagination and ability to think quickly and creative. Once I had this thought about my degrading mind, I decided to improve myself as I was scared to become a computer veggie and silly fast liver. So that’s what I did and do now.
First of all, when I need to count something, I avoid any calculator help. In the beginning it was hard, as it took time to make all these mathematical operation, even the simplest ones, like counting tip. Then it became way easier, and I start surprising my friends with such skills. Sometimes when I use public transport, I pay attention to the license plates of the nearby vehicles, and without writing them down I add the figures from these plates, then raise this result to the square and divide it by seven. Probably that’s why I look so concentrated while riding.
A human’s karma or aura is an invisible cover surrounding the body. It always protects any person from the negative natural tendencies and from the adverse emotions and aggression of other people. Your karma or aura is to close and concentrate your energy and to give you the sense of protection and calmness. In order to protect yourself from the negative effects you need to work on your bio energetic potential. Here are a few tips on how you can do this.
Every person needs a hobby to cope with the stress and emotional tension. Some individuals consider a hobby to be more than just a pleasant activity distracting us from the daily routine. Let us see what hobbies do the celebs devote their time to.
- The most well-known eccentric is of course Johnny Depp. One of his main hobbies is collecting the figures of clowns of all images and sizes. One may say that there is nothing extraordinary in that nice hobby but the matter is that the famous actor is afraid of the clowns since his childhood. As he states this hobby helps him to cope with his phobia.
When you are going to divorce it’s sad. First of all, because you need to end one part of your life for sake of the new one. On the other hand when you need to tell your kid his mom and dad are going to leave each other it’s a double torture. The atmosphere and the state of your child in such a situation are the most important issues to observe.
So, first of all, both parents should stay calm themselves, because children actually feel everything-. Any change in the standard pattern of your behavior.
I have been traveling a lot and have visited lots of countries. Lucky me! But due to some reasons I avoid visiting India. To tell the truth I’m much more interested in Western culture. Well, it doesn’t mean I see it to be superior to Asian traditions or whatever. But really I spent plenty of time doing researches in archeology in Eastern Europe mainly. I hope it can justify me and my ignorance about India and its culture. Well, I know some generally known facts. But no more. So I decided to do some kind of research whether India is worth visiting or not. So let’s get started.
I would like to focus your attention on some stereotypes concerning India and daily life of Indian people trying to find out whether they are true or not. If you have never been to this country and have know idea how it looks like today you can get a notion watching British drama Slumdog Millionaire (2008). So there are lots of beggars in India indeed as well as thousands poor people who have almost nothing. But surprisingly they look happy. How come? I suppose it is some kind of influence of the religion they profess. Surfing the Internet you will find many articles vividly describing how poor Indian people are. At the same time many rich people live in India. It looks like India is a country of contrasts and differences.