Rademenesa was diagnosed with an inflamed respiratory tract when he was 2 months old. He survived the ordeal and now lives at the animal shelter and keeps other sick animals company and tries to nurse them back to health.
“Most people, and particularly kids, don't realize that they are in control of their lives and they're the ones that are going to make their decisions and they're the ones that are going to make it one way or the other. Usually adolescence is a time when kids feel that the world is doing it to them, whether it’s their parents doing it to them or their teachers doing it or their friends doing it to them, and that they are the victim of all of this. Somewhere in here, you have to learn that you’re not the victim, but instead you’re the one that’s doing it. That moment is sometimes a long slow realization or sometimes it’s turning on a light switch. All of a sudden you realize you are the person who has control of your life.”
- Jim Henson
The First 40 Years of Childhood Are Always The Toughest (29 Photos) – Radass
A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos – Caveman Circus
34 kids who got ridiculous detentions – Bro My God
6 Incredible Ancient Wonders (Destroyed By Idiots) – Linkiest
10 Real-Life Horror Stories From The Psych Ward – Thought Catalog
How This Physics Teacher Almost Lost His Job (video) – Leenks
20+ Powerful Street Art Pieces That Tell The Uncomfortable Truth – Bored Panda
Coachella Girls – Kendall & Kylie Jenner, Hailey Baldwin and Bella Thorne – G-Celeb
27 Parents Who’ve Been Trolling Since Before You Were Born – Distractify
Ford’s SVT Raptor Gets the Shelby Treatment to Create the Shelby Baja 700 – The Gentleman’s Garage
Justin Bieber Was Put in a Chokehold and Kicked Out of Coachella – Complex
The World’s Highest-Paid DJs – Forbes
If I Die, Please Bury Me in One of these Coffins (32 Photos) – Radass
Gwyneth Paltrow Living on Food Stamps for a Week for Fun – The Blemish
35 facts that will make 90’s kids feel really old – College Candy
by Kratos Guide
1 Exercise —“ Exercise is huge. I briefly touched on what happens to you in the short term but consider also the long term effects of regular exercise. As you maintain a regiment of exercise your body fat percentage drops, your flexibility and strength increase (less chance of injury) your lifespan extends, your immune system is bolstered, you maintain your youth longer, you carry over a sustained vigor to other parts of your life, your resting heart rate goes down, and you have a general feeling of well being. Pretty sweet. Clearly exercising is very important; given both its short and long term benefits.
But do you have to do this every day? That seems strenuous. Try expanding your definition – You don’t give it your 100% every day. Some days may be 10 minutes of simple light stretching, just to keep the habit. Other days may be 2.5 hour monster gym sessions.
I use this habit to help me accomplish two other things very important to me, mediation and getting in nature. Often times my physical exertion is a one hour walk through the park or along the water front. Practicing a walking meditation is a great way to center yourself and help carry the skill over to everyday life. Being in nature has a similar balancing effect on your well being.
But you don’t need me to tell you to work out. The benefits are all clearly documented by scientists and people. There are networks and resources for support and endless sources of inspiration to motivate you.
Chris P. Bacon
Chris P. Bacon, pictured February 12, 2013, at Eastside Veterinary Hospital in Clermont, Florida, was born without the use of his hind legs. Last month, the pig’s owner turned the piglet over to a Clermont vet who decided to help the little guy. Dr. Len Lucero took the pig home and made a wheelchair for him using toy parts. (Photo by Tom Benitez/Orlando Sentinel/MCT)
Hoppa, a four-year-old mixed breed dog born without front legs, uses a prosthetic device to walk outside in the central Israeli city of Tel Aviv February 28, 2010. The device was invented especially for Hoppa by a animal-loving art student, who hopes his wheeling device will improve the lives of pets born with abnormalities or with amputated limbs. (Photo by Amir Cohen/Reuters)
Over 20 years of news and photos from Iran were fairly uniform: a woman in a burqa, public executions, demonstrations with burning flags and rumors of nuclear weapons. However, the reality of everyday life in this ancient country is more complex and perse.
Drunk girls enjoying the party. Although there was a relative, men and women are forbidden to socialize and relax together, many ignore the law in their homes.
15 Crazy Ideas That Are Borderline Genius – Caveman Circus
You Can Watch Coachella On – Youtube
12 Inspirational Quotes All Animal Lovers Should Know – The Dodo
This Is The Most Brilliant Way To Get Away With Drinking In Public - Linkiest
The Hot Girls Of Summer – Bro My God
Selena Gomez looking hot in a photoshoot – G-Celeb
Portugal addiction rates halved after community, not jail, is trialled as solution – Positive News
5 Reasons You’re Better Off Not Staying Friends With Your Ex – Pulptastic
Uber is Giving Drunk People Free Rides Home to Avoid Drunk Driving (Video) – Radass
40 Sexy Girls With Tattoos – Regretful Morning
Funny photos of celebrities absolutely smashed! – Leenks
For One Crazy Day, 7-Eleven Is Letting Everyone Bring Their Own Cups To Fill With Slurpees – Food Beast
Dildo Waver Running Loose on NYC Subway – The Blemish
25 People On The Time They Bailed In The Middle Of An Awful Date – Thought Catalog
Celebrity Ugly Ducklings (Gallery) – World Wide Interweb
Remember when these candies were the bomb diggity back in the day (16 Photos) – Bad Sentinel
30-year-old Russian man, Valery Spiridonov, will become the subject of the first human head transplant ever performed – Science Alert
A motorocycle perfect for running away from it all – The Gentleman’s Garage