Friday, 03. February 2006
ElsaElsa - The Advice Blog
I have been reading this Blog for a while now, and like very much what I read! Elsa Panizzon, astrologer and book author, gives awesome and good constructive advice. And it’s free.
ElsaElsa - The Advice Blog
Astrology-based advice for the 21st century.
But now every time I find someone I really like (and who seems to really like me), something happens to botch it up - be it my own worrisome nature, not being able to get together enough, or my unwillingness to be someone who I am not… or something.
|For example the advice for today: |
Q: I have a slight quandary that I hope you can help me with. Most of my life is great: I am doing well at school, I have friends who care about me, I have a place to live, food to eat and am going places in life. The problem lies in my relationships with men.
I didn’t start dating until I was almost twenty. Maybe it was later than most, but I’m glad I waited.
A: No, I don’t think you need to fix anything, necessarily. People are right where they want to be and you are no exception. And to be honest, you really don’t sound all that interested in a relationship. For example, compare to me. I’ve been trying to hook up since I was four!
I won’t say that none of it has been my fault, but I can’t seem to find someone who complements the person I am - a somewhat shy, rather intelligent, strong woman who knows what she wants out of life.
Am I just stuck on a roadbump here, or are there things I need to fix?
|If you read your post up there, you call this a “slight quandary”. Well lemme tell you something. People don’t do anything about slight quandaries in their lives. They don’t have the time! So unless becomes a PROBLEM for you, something that hurts… I imagine you will continue to drift along at your leisurely pace. |
And is there anything wrong with that? Of course not. I’ll tell what’ll happen. Eventually some transit will come along and you begin to feel lonely, hungry, or something of the ilk. At that point, you will turn your focus on this, and meantime?
Well, you’re already gathering data, aren’t you? So I say, just live. No sense going to the doctor for a slight itch when you aren’t even sure it is itching!
Niitsitapiisini: Our Way of Life
Ihtsipaitapiyopa is the name we give to the Essence of All Life. This is Creator, the Source of All Life.
These animals visited us in human form and taught us how to call on them for their special gifts. This is how we became so closely connected to the beings with whom we share the earth.
Ihtsipaitapiyopa made all living things equal. Human beings were not given the right to rule over or exploit the rest of nature. We recognize plants, animals, and rocks as other living beings who are different from us but also our equals.
Each plant or animal has unique gifts and abilities that they share with humans. Some plants can cure our diseases, others give us important nutrients. Buffalo are strong animals that once provided much of what we needed for survival. Birds are swift flyers who helped warriors to be stealthy and quick.
|We are commonly called Blackfoot, but we have various names for ourselves. We recognize three large groups of clans: the Kainai (Many Leaders, also called the Blood); the Piikani (including the Amsskaapipiikani in Montana and Apatohsipiikani in southern Alberta ); and the Siksika (Blackfoot, also called northern Blackfoot). We share a common language and culture.|
In the past we were not united in an alliance. However because the three divisions often supported one another, many people referred to us as the Blackfoot Confederacy.
Niitsitapiisini: Our Way of Life
Oki Niksokowa. Hello our relatives.
We call ourselves Niisitapi, although we are known as the Blackfoot. This is our way of life. It is about how we lived with our families, the environment, and our neighbours. It is also about how these relationships are still important to us.
Please come with us and learn about our culture and our history.
(Blackfoot, English and French)
Absolutly Great! And don't miss the video clips - especially "Setting Up a Tipi"!
Radio Rivendell - The Fantasy Station
|I'm becomming an Internet radio junkie. Radio Rivendell plays great music to read and write fantasy, and anything else. |
Radio Rivendell is a non-commercial, non-profiting web radio station dedicated to playing the best fantasy music there is. 24 hours a day, all year around.
The music that is being played is mainly from fantasy films such as Lord of the Rings, Conan, Willow and such, but it also features music from well known computer games such as Warcraf, Baldur's Gate, Dungeon Siege and many more. As time passed by Radio Rivendell has tried to promote small bands and independent artists who submit music and has allowed Radio Rivendell to play their music. This is something that will grow in the future.
You need Winamp (Windows), MacAmp (Macintosh), Media Player (Windows), Xmms (Linux) or Real Player (Windows & Macintosh). There could be more compatible players, but these are the most common.
Radio Rivendell, probably the best fantasy music radio station there is! We are broadcasting straight from Imladris in Middle-Earth.
Oh Yesss! You're welcome!
Hot News or Hoax?
Legendary Bulgarian prophetess Vanga predicted most horrible catastrophes
by Pravda. (English)
Her most shocking prediction was made in 1980. The blind old woman said: “At the turn of the century, in August of 1999 or 2000, Kursk will be covered with water, and the whole world will be weeping over it.”
The prediction did not make any sense back then. Twenty years on, it made a horrifying sense. A Russian nuclear submarine perished in an accident in August of 2000
Predicting 2006, One Psychic at a Time
by FOX News. (English)
Well, according to those in the know, knowing can be just a matter of knowing where to find the data. It can be hidden in the alignment of the planets, buried in our birth date, zapping around in the psychic energy we emit, cloaking us in the distinct color of our personal auras. We may be, literally, carrying it in the palm of our hand.
Ritual May Play Role In Placebo Relief
by Hartford Courant. (English)
Harvard University researchers reported Wednesday that people who received sham acupuncture treatments felt more relief from arm pain than those who took an inert sugar pill.
"It may be that it is the act of applying the needles that is important," Kaptchuk said.
Why we'll never stop looking for the Holy Grail
by The Scotsman. (English)
For 2,000 years the Holy Grail has drifted in and out of vision like a jewelled chimera, taunting generations to find it. Was the fabled cup from the Last Supper spirited from Jerusalem by Christian knights, or is it an unimaginable secret about Jesus himself?
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