Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Self Development – Dignity
The history of the world is replete with stories of great men who have upheld the principle that death with dignity is better than life with humiliation. Obviously, dignity is what gives meaning to the life of all living beings, without any exception.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Self Development – Lunar Letter – Firm with Dreams / Flexible with Plans
We tend to dream about an “ideal” life, nevertheless, this idyllic state is different for each of us. While some have already reached their dream, or are perhaps very close, others are just starting their journey. Whatever the case may be, we should be firm with our dreams and flexible in our plans to get them.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Climate Change - Premiers Endorse Need for Climate Strategy
Justin Trudeau forged a first ministers’ common
front on Monday, proclaiming Canada’s ambition to be a leader in the global
fight against climate change, though the Liberal Prime Minister punted some of
the most difficult decisions until after the Paris summit, which begins next
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Environment - Cuba, U.S. Sign First Environmental Accord
On Wednesday, U.S. and Cuban officials signed an environmental accord in Havana, the first such agreement since the countries renewed diplomatic relations this summer.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Human Rights - UNHCR Decries Restrictions on Refugees
An Austrian soldier fixes the fence as migrants wait to cross the border into Spielfeld in Austria from the village of Sentilj, Slovenia, October 31, 2015.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Self Development - Top 10 Rules for Success According to Oprah
“Success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best you are capable of becoming.”John Wooden
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Self Development – Too Much to Do
One of the biggest frustrations many
of us feel is having too much to do, and not feeling like we have enough time
to do it. We are overwhelmed.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Self Development - To Change Your Life, Begin By Changing Your Thoughts
Because most people do not
understand that every thought is a prayer, they attempt to change their lives
by rearranging the outer world without addressing the negative thoughts they
are holding about it.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Self Development - This Is Your Most Destructive Emotion
No one enters adulthood unscarred. We have all been burned, so we all live with fear. The difference between a fulfilled life and a stifled one is whether you are in control of your fear, or your fear is in control of you.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Self Development - How to Practice Yoga
Often, how we approach our yoga practice is representative of how we live our lives. Sometimes we can see things in our yoga practice that might not be so obvious in our lives.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Self Development - How to Overcome Fear
If you get confused by all the voices in your head vying for your attention when you’re trying to make decisions, you’re not alone.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Self Development - How to Make the Most of the Time You Have
Without giving up hope—that there’s somewhere better to be, that there’s someone better to be—we will never relax with where we are or who we are.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Self Development - Exercise Your (Aging) Brain
Admit it, you have gone through these similar episodes in your (now) senior life: did I drink my vitamins yet? (Yes, two minutes ago); Where are my keys? (They are still by the keyhole when you opened the door last night!); what am I supposed to get in my bedroom? (No idea; blankly leaves the room).
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Self Development - Brain Health
Neurogenesis, or the ability to make new
neurons, and neuroplasticity, the ability of the brain to reorganize and build
new neural pathways, continue well into old age, which means that we are, in
fact, "architects" of our own brains
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Self Development - 9 Things You Should Do Every Day Before 9 a.m.
The morning is enormously important. It is the foundation, from which the day is built. How you choose to spend your morning can be used to predict the kind of day you are going to have.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Self Development - 9 Things Grateful People Believe
Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Self Development - 5 Powerful Affirmations to Start Your Week Right
Often, we keep our goals to ourselves, afraid that if we say them aloud we might jinx them or somehow keep ourselves from reaching them.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Terrorism – Obama's Message on Terrorism
U.S. President Barack Obama speaks during a press conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Nov. 22, 2015.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Climate Change - Commonwealth Countries Agree on an Ambitious Goal of Limiting Global Warming
Valletta: Commonwealth leaders have
agreed to set up a climate change hub to facilitate access to funds for the
small and poor countries, a decision which is in sync with India's demand for
providing adequate financial resources to developing nations to reduce greenhouse
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Climate Change - Global Warming Will Be Faster Than Expected
Greenhouse gas emissions from the burning of fossil fuels lead to higher temperatures, which in turn lead to increased natural emissions and further warming.
Credit: © josevgluis / Fotolia
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Energy - Indian-Origin Engineer Has Discovered a Revolutionary New Source of Green Power
A team of researchers led by an Indian-origin engineer, Muthukumaran Packirisamy, has developed a new technology to harnesses electrical energy from blue-green algae that can be used to charge cell phones and computers in the future.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Gender Justice - Afghanistan's Women Risk Their Lives to Demand Equal Rights and Protection
A string of killings has pushed Afghan women to the brink and galvanized the rights movement, but risks are high as Taliban searches homes for protesters.
Demonstrators protest over violence against women in Kabul’s Zarnegar Park in November, after a woman was stoned to death.
Photograph: Sune Engel Rasmussen
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Health - 6 Health Benefits of Smiling
Haven't you heard the popular saying that a smile is a curve that sets everything straight?
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Health - How Eating Walnuts Benefits Your Health - In Only Four Hours
It is well known that walnuts, just like all other kinds of nuts, are extremely good for us.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Human Rights - Worsening Humanitarian Conditions of Displaced Iraqis in Kurdistan
27 November 2015 – A recent assessment conducted by the United Nations World Food Program (WFP), Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) and REACH initiative found that the humanitarian situation of Iraqis displaced in the Kurdistan region of Iraq is worsening due to limited access to jobs and economic opportunities, forcing many to resort to negative coping mechanism to meet their basic food needs.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Introduction of Author - Poet Andrew McMillan
McMillan becomes the first poet to win the £10,000 prize with Physical, a ‘breathtaking’ collection that explores modern male anxiety in settings from the gym to northern industrial towns.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Introduction of Author - Tamil Scholar Who Inspired a Generation
Noboru Karashima (1933-2015) the distinguished scholar and historian of South Asia, whose body of research has rewritten the economic and social history of medieval South India, died in Tokyo on Thursday. He was 82. At the time of his death, Professor Karashima was Professor Emeritus at the University of Tokyo and Taisho University.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Introduction of Book - Tuberculosis, Leprosy and Mycobacterial Diseases of Man and Animals: The Many Hosts of Mycobacteria
Mycobacteria are bacterial pathogens, which cause diseases in humans and non-human animals. This monograph will primarily cover the most important and widely researched groups of mycobacteria: members of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MTC) and Mycobacterium leprae, across a wide range of host species. M. tuberculosis and M. bovis are particularly relevant with the increasing drug resistance and co-infection with HIV associated with M. tuberculosis and the possible cross-infection of badgers and cattle associated with M. bovis.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Research - This Internet Technology Is 100 Times Faster Than Wi-Fi
A new type of wireless internet technology has been developed that could provide a connection that's 100 times faster than traditional WiFi.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Self Development - Scientists Say Long-term Meditation May Slow Brain Aging
Meditation may slow
age-related brain atrophy, new research suggests. An imaging study conducted
by investigators at the University of California, Los Angeles, showed that
long-term meditators experienced less gray matter loss compared with matched
control persons who did not meditate.
Regardless of where you are on the career ladder right now, there will be a point when you will be handed a role and your team will expect you to hit the ground running.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Self Development - 7 Qualities of Highly Successful People
These powerful habits will make you more productive and a better human being.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Terrorism - Indians Lured by Islamic State Now Want to Return Home
Young Indians lured by the idea of jihad and dreaming
to be part of a global Caliphate traveled all the way to Syria to serve the
ISIS, but they are now disillusioned and want to return home from the
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Terrorism - Is Vladimir Putin Right to Label Turkey 'Accomplices of Terrorists'?
The relationship hinted at by Russian leader after warplane was shot down is a complex one, and includes links between senior Isis figures and Turkish officials.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – UNO - Vast Majority of World Disasters Caused By Weather- UN Study
Geneva, Switzerland (UPI) Nov 23, 2015
A new United Nations report aims to shine the light on the human and economic costs of weather-related disasters.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Humor – Wit and Wisdom
The foundation of all our experiences is in our minds. By repeatedly expressing our difficulties and problems, we are also strengthening their hold on us at a subconscious level. Logical analysis of the problems is always welcome because it helps us find solutions. But habitual lamentation would weaken us. Thinking of our plus points and advantages, we should strengthen our minds and brighten our attitude.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Miscellaneous – Pearls of Wisdom – Golden Quotes of Merc and Angel Chernoff
Never assume that you are stuck with the way things are right now. You are not. Life changes every single moment and so can you.
Dynamic Youth - December 2015 – Miscellaneous – Conquer Your World
In her special column in DYNAMIC YOUTH, Kathy Munoz answers your questions on personal development.
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Miscellaneous - Share Your Thoughts
Dynamic Youth – December 2015 – Youth News – November 2015 Potpourri
The world's largest animal cloning factory is under construction in China, with plans to churn out dogs, horses and up to a million beef cattle a year, reports said, prompting online and scientific concerns Tuesday.
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