A New World of DiscoveryWritten by Davis Goss
A New World of Discovery by Davis Goss
Our life experiences are comprised of a continuity of events and circumstances. These appear to be a random mix that are sometimes joyous, productive and free and at other times they are chaotic, distressful and dominated by all manner of problems.
We live in a world of opposites: up and down, short and tall, success and failure, assets and liabilities, etc., etc. We live in a world of duality where every position is challenged by some implied opposite. Webster defines Aopposites@ as, Aelements that are so far apart and diverse as to be totally irreconcilable@.
By their very nature and definition, opposites cannot mix or commingle. It is our attempts to justify opposites that is root cause of all problems.
Simple logic, then, forces conclusion that if we could somehow prevent this law of opposites from operating in our individual experiences, we could exercise our dominion over those nagging problems that rob us of our natural harmonious life experiences. But how?
Let=s use example of POSITIVE and NEGATIVE. They are representative of opposites. Webster defines Apositive@ as, Asomething that is real@ and Anegative@ as, Athat which is opposite of something@ and is, therefore UN-real. Being opposites they cannot coexist. Either you have one or you have other. But you cannot have both at same time
11 Effects of Caffeine on The BodyWritten by Emily Clark
Caffeine is big business. There are new coffee shops popping up all over place. You canít go far without running into a Starbucks. "Letís get together for coffee. Time for a coffee break. Coffee pot goes off before my feet hit floor. Travel mugs for sipping coffee on your way to work. Iíll just have this chocolate bar to pick me up this afternoon." Caffeine - Itís everywhere! Itís everywhere!
Many people have grown so accustomed to having their morning coffee or soda that they donít even consider damaging effects caffeine has on body. On contrary, most will tell you that they NEED their jolt to get them moving in morning or to keep them upright throughout day. Caffeine is present not only in coffee, but also tea, soda, chocolates and in certain pain relievers, such as aspirin or acetaminophen. It is also sometimes used in combination with an antihistamine to overcome drowsiness caused by antihistamine.
If you donít think itís addicting, try going off caffeine, cold turkey. See if you donít have a headache for two to nine days. Thatís caffeine withdrawal! You donít need to be a coffeeholic to experience negative physical symptoms. Even as little as one to two cups a day can negatively affect you.
You may be experiencing a number of physical ailments that could be caused solely from caffeine. The most common side effects of caffeine include dizziness, headache, irritability, muscle tension, nausea, nervousness, stuffy nose, unusual tiredness and jitters.