- Drink plenty of water.
- Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a beggar.
- Eat more foods that grow on trees and plants and eat less food that is manufactured in plants.
- Live with the 3 E’s - Energy, Enthusiasm and Empathy
- Play more games.
- Read more books than you did in 2011.
- Sit in silence for at least 10 minutes each day.
- Sleep for 7 hours.
- Take a 10-30 minutes walk daily. And while you walk, smile.
- Don’t compare your life to others. You have no idea what their journey is all about.
- Don’t have negative thoughts or things you cannot control. Instead invest your energy in the positive present moment.
- Don’t over do. Keep your limits.
- Don’t take yourself so seriously. No one else does.
- Don’t waste your precious energy on gossip.
- Dream more while you are awake.
- Envy is a waste of time. You already have all you need.
- Forget issues of the past. Don’t remind your partner with his/her mistakes of the past. That will ruin your present happiness.
- Life is too short to waste time hating anyone. Don’t hate others.
- Make peace with your past so it won’t spoil the present.
- No one is in charge of your happiness except you.
- Realize that life is a school and you are here to learn. Problems are simply part of the curriculum that appear and fade away like algebra class but the lessons you learn will last a lifetime.
- Smile and laugh more.
- You don’t have to win every argument. Agree to disagree.
- Call your family often.
- Each day give something good to others.
- Forgive everyone for everything.
- Spend time with people over the age of 70 & under the age of 6.
- Try to make at least three people smile each day.
- What other people think of you is none of your business.
- Your job won’t take care of you when you are sick. Your friends will. Stay in touch.
- Do the right thing!
- Get rid of anything that isn’t useful, beautiful or joyful.
- However good or bad a situation is, it will change.
- No matter how you feel, get up, dress up and show up.
- The best is yet to come.
- Your Inner most is always happy. So, be happy.
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Badass Passmore Williamson in prison after freeing slave Jane Johnson and her 2 young children in Philadelphia, Pa
The Etruscan Necropolis near Cerveteri, known as Banditaccia. Rome, Italy.
An exceptional testimony to the civilization of the Etruscans, the Necropolis of the Banditaccia developed from the 9th century BCE, and expanded from the 7th century BCE onwards.
Thousands of tombs exist within the cemetery, the organization which are replica to Etruscan town planning schemes. They are organized in a city-like plan, with ‘neighborhoods' and 'streets'. Furthermore, the frescoed tombs, many of which are replicas of Etruscan houses, offer a unique insight into the daily life of the Etruscans, moreover, pre-Roman Italy.
The Necropolis of the Banditaccia contains many differing types of tombs, such as those carved into rock, in the shape of houses or huts, trenches cut in rock, and tumuli. Such tombs provide us with the only surviving evidence of Etruscan residential architecture. The different types of tombs depend on family status, period, as well as other criteria. The earliest known tombs within the site are a series of rock-cut trenches with pottery ossuaries containing the ashes of the dead.
The most famous of these tombs are the tumuli, which are under an imposing mound (such as shown in photo 2); a well known example of this at Cerveteri is the 4th century 'Hut Shaped Tomb'. My personal favourite feature of this tomb is the stone couches next to the walls; this tomb, like many others in the archaeological site, imitate houses, and therefore provide to us the best (and only) evidence of Etruscan residential architecture. Other famous examples of tombs within the necropolis include the 6th century BCE ‘Tomb of the Greek Vases’, the ‘Tomb of the Moulding’, and the ‘Tomb of the Capitals’. Perhaps the most famous of the thousands of the Banditaccia tombs is the 'Tomb of Reliefs'. The Toledo Museum of Art provides a virtual tour inside this tomb if you’re interested in seeing what it looks like.
+Also worth noting: one of the most famous pieces of Etruscan art was discovered at this site, the "Sarcophagus of the Spouses", currently housed at the Louvre.
Face mask measurements for radiation treatment at Albany Medical Hospital Albany NY
hitchhiker’s guide was hilarious from line 1
ambedo n. a kind of melancholic trance in which you become completely absorbed in vivid sensory details—raindrops skittering down a window, tall trees leaning in the wind, clouds of cream swirling in your coffee—which leads to a dawning awareness of the haunting fragility of life
imagine if your fridge did what you do to it everyday, every half hour goes to your room opens the door and stares at you for 5 minutes then leaves
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