Hypocrites have “taught” me to be more careful about trusting so easily.
They have shown me that the world can be beautiful without them in my life.
I am stronger because of their hypocrite self-righteous judgement.
I love it that these people get offended by the truth.
I have learned to appreciate and love the people around me who are truthful, straightforward honest and never deceive me.
The cause of hypocrisy originally stems from insecurity.
Selfishness is a form of insecurity because an overly selfish person needs to take advantage of or withhold resources from others, since they don’t believe they can live their best life being generous and honest.
That implies that they have less trust in their ability to live a comfortable life, meaning they are insecure about their skills.
According to this logic presented, hypocrisy really only originates from insecurity if the two mains causes are insecurity and selfishness.
“People dislike hypocrites because they unfairly use condemnation to gain reputational benefits and appear virtuous at the expense of those who they are condemning –when these reputational benefits are in fact undeserved,”
I seldom talk about my family, and that is because we tend to be kind of private, but when a new member is born, the joy my heart feels is so immense I have to express it in some way.
I love so many things in my life, science is one of them, music, nature, cycling, etc., but my loved one are definitely number one. Nothing is more important to me than my beautiful loyal loving daughter, my son in law and his parents (they are adorable), my partner of 28 years (and going….), my cousins, my nieces, my grandchildren.
Life is wonderful, and I expect the best of it day and night. I welcome happiness, love and real joy.
“Part of the whole attraction process is strongly linked to physiological arousal as a whole,” said Timothy Loving (his real name), assistant professor of human ecology at the University of Texas, Austin. “Typically, that’s going to start with things like increased heart rate, sweating and so on,”
When you catch sight of your beloved and your heart starts racing, that’s because of an adrenaline rush, said Dr. Reginald Ho, a cardiac electrophysiologist associate professor of medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Fisher’s research team did brain imaging of people who said they were “madly in love” and found activity in the area of the brain that produces the neurotransmitter dopamine. Dopamine and norepinephrine are closely related.
“Amor” also has health benefits for people who have aged beyond their reproductive years, she said. Being in love makes people feel optimistic, energetic, focused and motivated.
In the south of the isle of Skye in Scotland is Glen Brittle, a popular biking and hiking destination for people to admire the local slopes filled with purple colored trees above the Fairy Pools and their pristine, clear waters.
SMOKED SALMON PLATTER, the best in the world!
SAUSAGES WITH MASH POTATOES….Delicious!
Interesting Fact about Scotland
Scots have around 400 different words to describe the weather. And most of them seem to describe the typical Scottish weather: rain. If you really want to get poetic about the grey skies then learn these simple words: “smirr” is a type of ‘fine rain or drizzle’, “dreich” is ‘wet, dull and gloomy’ and “drookit” is ‘extremely wet’.
Instead of ‘turning away’ from pain in avoidance we can learn to gently ‘turn towards’ what we’re experiencing. We can bring a caring open attention towards the wounded parts of ourselves and make wise choices about how to respond to ourselves and to life.
It’s a paradox that we all must understand: It is by turning towards negative emotions that we find relief from them – not by turning away.
Painful emotions can change you, but that doesn’t mean it has to be a bad change. Take that pain and turn it into wisdom.
The pain, just…
Being strong and resilient incorporates the ability to be emotionally flexible, accepting whatever one feels without judgement.
Cats and kittens are adorable. The cutest in the animal kingdom; except for the Pandas. I love Panda bears, but I cannot have them at home.
I know, we all know, kind of a clitché to say that cats are adorable? But who in their “right” mind would’t say that? Well, some love dogs more than cats, some prefer birds instead. I love animals in general. OK, no, I just thought about snakes. No, I don’t hate them but don’t like them in “person” , lol.
The closest to a snake I want to be is probably 1 kilometer away. But there are other reptiles I like a lot: lizards. Now, earth worms don’t bother me at all. In fact, I get them out of my yard and give them to my chickens and to my catfish I raise in my pond farm. But this topic is for another blog post….mmmm….yes, great idea.
Here you’ll find a group of cats who decided to spice things up a bit in the world of cat fur patterns.
Some of the little guys you’ll meet below were born with awesome symbols in their fur that allow them to wear their hearts on their sleeves.
Others among them seem to be less enthused with their unique markings, which make them appear to be wearing full-time funny faces or doing a permanent impression of a historical figure. Regardless, these little guys and their awesome fur are sure to put a smile on your face!
“What goes around comes around” is the phrase that comforts most people when they’re in an unfair situation or any other situation in which they have no control over.
If you ask most people what karma is all about they will say something like, “It is punishment for past wrongs.” Or “What you do to others will come back to you.”
The concept of karma is very old and has its origin in ancient India. However, many Buddhist and Hinduist schools of thought use different definitions.
However, many people still have a need for an outside authority that punishes and rewards. This is apparent in the way many religions are still interpreted and practiced.
For generations, our ancestors believed in a judging and punishing god. Subconsciously we still project the image of a judging authority on a teacher, a set of religious or philosophical beliefs, or a concept like karma. This way, we just take away the old judging deity and replace it with another.
It’s seen as a sort of cause and effect; a universal system of justice against your crimes.
In fact, some people count on it for vengeance.
The original Buddhist idea of karma based on reincarnation is even more problematic with respect to evidence.
Nothing out of the ordinary happens much. Everything happens for a reason, sure, but that reason hasn’t been proven to be a spiritual or a mystical one. Everything happens for a reason because of cause and effect. That cause and effect is determined by probability.
In history, there have been legions of people who have done good deeds for their families and other people while still living lives of quiet desperation. What do infants do to deserve being abandoned by their parents, or being killed in car accidents?
At the other end, there are despotic leaders like Stalin and predatory criminals like Jack the Ripper who got to the end of their lives without any particularly dire consequences.
These examples do not prove that there is no such thing as karma, but should combine with the lack of evidence for karma to support the conclusion that karma is just a myth. The belief that what goes around comes around is just wishful thinking.
CONCLUSION: Karma is not a bitch. It is a myth. It doesn’t exist.
Some people think it is sexist to use blonde to refer to women, but the AP stylebook currently says to maintain the distinction between the two gendered forms of the word if you use it, and The Chicago Manual of Style also seems to uphold the difference. It doesn’t say so explicitly, but it uses the E-form for women in some example sentences.
Just Because I Am Blond
just because I am blond I’m not a dumb blond I’m not clueless I’m not unprofessional
just because I am blond I’m not lonely I’m not shy I’m not spoiled
just because I am blond I’m not a nerd I’m not perfect I’m not a source for a joke just because I am blond… look at me differently