We all remember the horror of the Challenger space shuttle disaster in 1986, but just three years earlier, in June 1983, one of its windows had to be replaced after it was badly chipped during a collision with a wayward satellite fragment. Then, just one month later, cosmonauts aboard Salyut 7, heard a loud “crack” and discovered a pit in one of their windows 4 millimeters deep. Harmless on Earth such damage can prove fatal in the more hostile environment of space..
The cigar vendors. The battered Chevrolets. But the new enterprise modern bars such as El Chanchullero on Plaza del Cristo, the nail bars on run down Obrapa, the PlayStation sign above what appeared to be a games lounge was ever apparent, and all the more interesting..
In order to draw attention to the virus and its effects, World AIDS Day was established in 1988 the first global health initiative. On Dec. 1, 2017, people worldwide will be encouraged to use World AIDS Day as an opportunity to educate themselves about recent medical developments, get tested, and lend vocal support to those living with HIV/AIDS..
We were glad as I’d read reviews about there being huge lines there. I gave the assistant my rental voucher and ID and waited tentatively for him to start up selling to us. Thankfully this didn’t happen at all. In one’s bedroom, practitioners of feng shui suggest hanging your favorite piece of art on the wall opposite your bed. Making the art the last thing you see before you go to sleep and the first thing you see when you wake up. The art should be something that invokes feelings of joy and lends towards inspiration.
I know that myself, when I in a rage state of mind, I spout terrible things at people that I instantly regret after. I had so much time to observe people. You need to see through the mask. Um pouquinho de cola. Uma boa ideia. Um tecido, um papel ou um adesivo.
Hearing the Dalai Lama speak, it occurred to me that one of the things that stand in the way of the complete success of the Chinese is his infectious laughter. As the Dalai Lama laughs, his face glows up. Quite unlike many of the contemporary Indian gurus, whose beatific look disguises overweening pride and an arrogance born of the feeling that spiritual mastery distinguishes Indians from the West (and the rest of the world, for which the guru like the intellectual has little time), the Dalai Lama’s face sparkles with a wondrous childlike innocence.