Pictures of Egypt from 1870's


My new favorite website...TL;DR Wikipedia

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Dad's secret graduation present took 13 years to make


Seriously awesome mechanical creature designs

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The Power Of Genetics

Linkage

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Funny, Awesome and Inspiring pictures and videos tweeted hourly – Twitter

The Problem With Nice Guys According To A Female – Caveman Circus

20 Animal Pictures That Will Make You LOL - We Rule The Internet

Steve Carrell vs Zach Galifianakis (PIC) – Awesome Galore

The 10 Most Awkward Boob Grabs – The Slingshot

Jamie is your damn cute college girl of the day – College Humor

A few random photos from my tours in Afghanistan” (8 Photos) – The Brigade

20 Hottest NFL Wives And Girlfriends – The Slingshot

Lisa Morales shows off Chica Rica bikinis - Linkiest

Kate Upton On A Braless Walk – Pick Me Up News

2012 Music Festival Must Haves – College Candy

Olivia Munn Giving herself a breast exam – Celeb Jihad

Scarlett Johansson Will Do Shower Scene in Psycho Re-Make – G-Celeb

15 Sexy Celebrities Doing The Leg Cross on Talk Shows – Uncoached

Taylor Swift in a Bikini – Yeeeah

Rachel Spence loves her iPhone – Regretful Morning

Nicci Pisarri: Banned’s Great Gallery – Banned In Hollywood

25 Hot Girls with Hula Hoops – Ego TV

Las Vegas: Brittney Palmer Celebrated Her Playboy Cover!! – Moe Jackson

Olivia Wilde Shakes Her Ta-Tas For The GQ Comedy Issue – F-Listed

Monika Pietrasinska poses in lingerie, drops my jaw doing so – Brosome


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Pornstars: before and after makeup

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Food TRUTHS (20 Photos)

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The Overflow

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Did you ever realize how much your body loves you? It's always trying to keep you alive. It's making sure you breathe while you sleep, stopping cuts from bleeding, fixing broken bones, finding ways to beat the illnesses that might get you. Your body literally loves you so much. It's time you start loving it back. 



Neil DeGrasse Tyson Explains The Most Astounding Fact

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What If Dr. Seuss Created Star Wars (5 Pics)

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Easiest Explanation Of Meditation Ever

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There are different forms of meditation. Some of them use mantras which are the repetition of a phrase of word (like “om”). The one I practice is known as Vipassana, a secular form of meditation which focuses on breath (because it is universal, as opposed to a phrase or word which may have religious significance).
The goal of a meditation can differ depending on the type, but in Vipassana, the purpose is to increase awareness (feel more) and equanimity (acceptance of what you feel).
By increasing awareness (focus on breathing first then methodically feeling for sensations throughout the body) we become conscious that what we feel (which are basically biochemical reactions that constantly occur in the body) is usually temporary. And when we learn that, we understand that there is less and less of a need to react to something which is merely temporary.
We do this because we are trying to rid ourselves of attachments. Attachments are the source of all human misery. They work both ways. We may not like something (aversion), and if that thing is present, we are miserable. Or we may really like something (craving), and if we don’t have that thing, once again we are miserable.
We associate these attachments with the feelings we have in our body (i.e. the facial flush of anger or the groin-pull of lust). But if we have honed our awareness then we can feel these feelings and know that they are temporary. And if we have honed our equanimity, then we have also learned not to react rashly in the heat of feeling, let anger or lust (or whatever other feeling it is) pass by, and then deal with the situation in a more rational, calm way.
Once we have rid ourselves of our attachments, then we can truly know peace.

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Start Off The Week With The Wisdom Of The Dalai Lama

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  • In today’s materialistic world there is a risk of people becoming slaves to money, as though they were simply cogs in a huge money-making machine. This does nothing for human dignity, freedom, and genuine well-being. Wealth should serve humanity, and not the other way around.

  • The practice of patience protects us from losing our composure. In doing that it enables us to exercise discernment, even in the heat of difficult situations. It gives us inner space. And within that space we gain a degree of self-control, which allows us to respond to situations in an appropriate and compassionate manner rather than being driven by our anger and irritation.

  • When each of us learns to appreciate the critical importance of ethics and makes inner values like compassion and patience an integral part of our basic outlook on life, the effects will be far-reaching.

  • Education and knowledge by themselves do not bring inner peace to individuals, families or the society in which they live. But education combined with warmheartedness, a sense of concern for the well-being of others, has much more positive results. If you have a great deal of knowledge, but you’re governed by negative emotions, then you tend to use your knowledge in negative ways. Therefore, while you are learning, don’t forget the importance of warmheartedness.

  • A lot of the problems we face are essentially man-made, so naturally as human beings we should also be able to reduce them. Natural disasters, of course, are in a different category, but according to environmental scientists even they may owe something to human behaviour. Therefore, if we are optimistic, take a longer view, and we employ realistic methods, we can contribute to making the world a better place.

  • If we can manage to refrain from harming others in our everyday actions and words, we can start to give more serious attention to actively doing good, and this can be a source of great joy and inner confidence. We can benefit others through our actions by being warm and generous toward them, by being charitable, and by helping those in need.

  • To help us bring benefit to others through our words and actions, it is useful to cultivate an attitude of sympathetic joy in others’ achievements and good fortune. This attitude is a powerful antidote against envy, which is not only a source of unnecessary suffering on the individual level but also an obstacle to our ability to reach out and engage with others.

  • The human capacity to care for others isn’t something trivial or something to be taken for granted. Rather, it is something we should cherish. Compassion is a marvel of human nature, a precious inner resource, and the foundation of our well-being and the harmony of our societies. If we seek happiness for ourselves, we should practice compassion: and if we seek happiness for others, we should also practice compassion.

  • When we are angry we are blind to reality. Anger may bring us a temporary burst of energy, but that energy is blind and it blocks the part of our brain that distinguishes right from wrong. To deal with our problems, we need to be practical and realistic. If we are to be realistic, we need to use our human intelligence properly, which means we need a calm mind.

  • The very purpose of spirituality is self-discipline. Rather than criticizing others, we should evaluate and criticize ourselves. Ask yourself, what am I doing about my anger, my attachment, my pride, my jealousy? These are the things we should check in our day to day lives.

  • There is a saying in Tibetan that “at the door of the miserable rich man sleeps the contented beggar.” The point of this saying is not that poverty is a virtue, but that happiness does not come from wealth, but from setting limits to one’s desires, and living within those limits with satisfaction.


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    Picture Of The Day

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    Linkage

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    Funny pics, videos and awesomeness tweeted hourly! – Twitter

    Why Can’t There Be More Good Guy Gregs In The World? – Caveman Circus

    Cat Winning Gambling Shell Game (Video) – We Rule The Internet

    I’ve heard of angry sex, but this is better – Awesome Galore

    The 20 Awesomest Photos of Guys Caught Staring – The Slingshot

    Erica is your damn cute college girl of the day – College Humor

    The Sexual Innuendo You Never Noticed in Dr. Seuss – College Candy

    Friday Firepower with Canada’s Victoria class submarine (25 Photos) – The Brigade

    The 20 Most Unfortunate Female Names Ever – Linkiest

    Jennifer Lopez Is Ready For A Sexy Fight – Pick Me Up News

    Kim Kardashian tweets a sports bra pic – Celeb Jihad

    Hannah Simone in Maxim are hot – G-Celeb

    The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Looks Damn Sweet! – Brosome

    She’s Uncoachable: Melissa Baker Can Do No Wrong – Uncoached

    Christina Hendricks in Black Book Magazine – Yeeeah

    The 11 Hottest Hand Bras - Regretful Morning

    45 Pictures of Hot Girls In Daisy Dukes – Banned In Hollywood

    15 Fun Facts About Your Brain – Ego TV

    Katie Cleary Did A Bikini Photo Shoot in Malibu! Took Her LV Bag! - Moe Jackson

    Mercedes Terrell is pretty darn hot – F-Listed


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    The Overflow

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    Corporate Coloring Book: The Fun Way To Explore The Zombie Like Nature Of Corporate Culture

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