Honor Thy Temple
Walking is one of the best exercises
Walk Like an Egyptian
by The Bangles
The Foundation for Being Extraordinary
Take some meaningful action daily to make your dreams come true.
Getting Along with Others
Those convinced against their will, remain unconvinced still.
Growth Keeps You Extraordinary
It is great to learn to do things yourself, but make sure you are up to the task.
The Odds & Ends of Being Extraordinary
Keep a positive self-image by never saying or thinking anything negative about yourself, but don’t use this to keep you from constant self-improvement
Coffee Is Good for You
by Robert J. Davis, Ph.D.
If you know me, I like books that say coffee is good for you. This book doesn’t say coffee is good for you, it just says there is little evidence that is it harmful.
As for diet soda making you fat, the research is inconclusive. Here is another one, green tea promotes weight loss. The research shows that is half-true. Or how about eggs being bad for your heart. The research shows they are not.
The book goes on and on telling you what the research shows about various diet claims. I found this book very interesting
MOVIE OF THE WEEK
Lots of suspense and Wall Street from a different vantage point.
While veteran investment banker Naomi Bishop has thrived in the cutthroat, male-dominated financial world, her leadership of a technology company’s initial public offering exposes her to intense pressure from colleagues — and a prosecutor. (Source: Netflix)
MUSIC OF THE WEEK
I know this guy and he is a great guy, plus a great singer and musician. Please check out his song.
Old Country Folk O’ Mine – 2
by Erik James Rose
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LAST WEEK’S POLL – Political Posts?
What are your feelings about political posts, now that the USA Presidential election is over?
57% – Irritating
29% – Necessary
Are political posts effective in changing opinions?
70% – No
26% – Maybe
4% – Yes
Have you ever unfriended someone because of a political post?
74% – No
26% – Yes
THIS WEEK’S POLL – Who were you rooting for during Superbowl 2017?
ART OF THE WEEK
If you have ever taken a cruise, you may recognize this art form
Cruise Ship Towel Art
Sir Isaac Newton
Sir Isaac Newton (January 4, 1643 – March 31, 1727) was an English physicist, mathematician, astronomer, alchemist, inventor, and natural philosopher, who is generally regarded as one of the most accomplished and influential scientists in history.
His law of universal gravitation and three laws of motion laid the groundwork for classical mechanics, which held sway in the physical sciences until the advent of quantum mechanics around the beginning of the twentieth century.
He was the first to show that the motions of bodies on Earth and celestial bodies are governed by the same set of natural laws.
Among other scientific work, Newton realized that white light is composed of a spectrum of colors and further argued that light consists of particles.
Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz share the credit for playing major roles in the development of calculus in the Western world. This area of mathematics has since proved of enormous value for the advancement of science and technology. (Source: New World Encyclopedia)
THIS WEEK’S JOKE
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8 thoughts on “02/06/17 – Cold Weather Warning”
That cow! Hahaha!
I was outside unfreezing my car (or whatever) when I heard the neighbours’ cat meeow. I know it was Tommy, because he has a very strange meeow. I looked around and called out his name a few times, making an unsuspecting passer-by on a bicycle shoot me strange looks, when I at last spotted Tommy. He wasn’t hiding under my car (as I feared), he was just around the garden hoarding and tried to lure me back to the back door of the house. Because that’s where he gets his cat candy from my mother. Go figure.
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Samantha, that may have been a “bull” 🙂
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Good job, Bill. That Bangles video always makes me happy!
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Yes, walk like an Egyptian, one of my favorites. You should listen to Erik’s song also, if you haven’t already.
Worries me that people find political discourse annoying. I guess that’s why we have Trump.
As always, thank you so much for commenting. I appreciate your perspectives and follow your blog. If it is any consolation, I suspect that it is the name calling (I’m being polite when I categorize the horrible things said as name calling) on both sides that people find annoying rather than the actual discourse.
However, politics is always a risky topic. When I am around people who are having a “heated” political discussion, I often suggest that they change to the subject to “religion”. 🙂
On my Facebook some Trump supporters said they appreciated the lack of name-calling on my conversations.
And I appreciate when you make comments even when you disagree. That’s more thought-provoking, anyway. 🙂
Thanks for commenting Georgia and although I don’t always agree with your positions 100%, I do like to hear them. Thanks for some interesting blog posts.