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Why Human Beings Waste Time - Siddha Performance
is it possible for him to live a life in which he is engaged or inspired or in concentration at every moment during the day?


The answer that an individual gives to this question will determine the path he wishes to walk. Whether it is the path of time wastage, or the path to unending concentration/inspiration/engagement.


I ‘m interested only in matters of the heart. I find the brain to be incredibly overrated.

The truth is this: Possibility and impossibility only arise once the question is Sincerely Explored.


What if the concept of boredom suddenly vanished?

What if tomorrow was going to be a day that you had truly never seen before?

The truth, my friend, is that we live on the outskirts of life. We spend our entire lifetime deliberating whether or not we should enter the mysterious void.

To be resolute in entering or resolute in avoiding it would be far better than a life of ambivalence.

2018-07-16  why  waste  time  siddha  performance  kapil  gupta  heart  brain  boredom  000  inspiration  wow  zombie  meaning  routine  nba  0 
yesterday by bekishore
12:15pm awst to nzst - Bing
Timezone conversion using Bing.


AWST = Perth
AEST = Sydney & MEL


CST = Texas
MST = Denver & Las vegas

COT = Colombia

Cities also work i.e.

12:15pm awst to auckland
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yesterday by N1cks
About | Logarithmic History
"Over the course of 2015, I tweeted and blogged the history of the universe, all 13.8 billion years from the Big Bang to the end of the year. ... Compressing the history of the universe into one year is not a new idea: both Carl Sagan and Neil de Grasse Tyson did it. What’s different about the version here? The earlier work uses a linear scale, dividing the age of the universe by the number of days in a year, so that every calendar day covers a constant 37.8 million years in the history of the universe. ... At Logarithmic History, by contrast, I use a logarithmic scale. ...January 1 begins with the Big Bang and covers a full 754 million years. January 2 covers the next 712 million years, and so on. Succeeding days cover shorter and shorter succeeding intervals in the history of the universe."
2 days ago by jbushnell

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