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Spiritual Midwifery by Ina May Gaskin | Amazon.com
The original Spiritual Midwifery, published in 1976, introduced an entire generation of young women to the possibility of home birth and breast feeding. It also breathed new life into the all-but-vanished field of midwifery. This classic book on home birth is now in its fourth edition, with updated information on the safety of natural childbirth, new birthing stories, and the most recent statistics on births managed by The Farm Midwives. Ina May also provides new information about potentially dangerous techniques routinely used in hospitals during and after birth, as well as the latest findings about VBAC (Vaginal Birth After Cesarean). Improved instructions for handling breech births are also given. Included are stories of working with Amish women, showing a different culture with a similar appreciation for natural childbirth. Photos, illustrations Over 540,000 copies sold!
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Israeli Government Data - מאגר הנתונים הממשלתי
משתמשי האתר יהנו מיד חופשית לפיתוח יישומים ומערכות המבוססות על מאגר הנתונים הממשלתי.
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How to be alone: the difference between loneliness and solitude
'Our fear of solitude is really fear of boredom...Solitude is scary because it reminds us of how small we are. We realize that the world has, and will, continue turning on its axis without us. We are insignificant. In some ways, it’s a preview of death. That’s why it requires great inner strength to be alone. To know that you are not going to disappear into thin air without human contact.' -- Birth fear remains always more universal, cosmic as it were, loss of a connection with a greater whole, in the last analysis with the 'All' ... The fear in birth, which we have designated as fear of life, seems to me actually the fear of having to live as an isolated individual, and not the reverse, the fear of loss of individuality (death fear). That would mean, however, that primary fear corresponds to a fear of separation from the whole, therefore a fear of individuation, on account of which I would like to call it fear of life, although it may appear later as fear of the loss of this dearly bought individuality as fear of death, of being dissolved again into the whole. Between these two fear possibilities these poles of fear, the individual is thrown back and forth all his life, which accounts for the fact that we have not been able to trace fear back to a single root, or to overcome it therapeutically. ~ Otto Rank
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Bishop Rhoades cleared of wrongdoing by district attorney’s investigation
A Pennsylvania district attorney said the allegations were baseless and lamented the fact they were leaked.Francis Chardo, Dauphin County district attorney.“This has been a case of a public airing of mere speculation of impropriety with no foundation. In this case, the leaking of what turned out to be an unfounded report did unnecessary harm. This has done a disservice to actual victims of sexual abuse. It has also caused significant and unnecessary harm to Bishop Rhoades.”He encouraged “reports of any suspicion of the abuse of a child to law enforcement,” while adding that “once reports are made to proper authorities, they should be fully investigated without public speculation about guilt. Where appropriate, we will bring charges. Here, we found no evidence of wrongdoing. We now regard this case as closed.”
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The Vinyl Factory - The Home of Vinyl
The world's foremost vinyl enterprise. Record label, pressing plant, magazine, limited editions and audio-visual shows.
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Ever got movie high? Like when the world felt so unreal after watching a good movie, you’re out of the cinema but you just wanna sit and ponder and soak in your emotions. : movies
Just happened to me after I watched Searching. Also happened after viewing of Arrival, Nocturnal Animals and Hereditary and some other great films. It’s a very subtle high but I feel like the world outside of the cinema just became so surreal. Like my body is moving but my mind remained in a state of captivated by the movie. Searching was a great movie, fun experience, a very creative and modern take of detective thrillers. via /r/movies
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The C4 model for software architecture
Formalized modeling approach for software systems to architecture to deployment to code
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