Photo by Stefan Stefancik from Pexels He fights to be a survivor,So that he could be the best Ivor.He is your life journey’s revivor,And the best advisor. Ignoring his desires, he gives you all his crowns,He works as your healer, when your life adowns. He never complains or frowns,But he is the one with us in our ups […]All Men Are Not Same! — Avem
great photos and sentiments
I love when a late October day is crisp
and I can see my breath
..floating in the air
Faery homes glisten in the early morning fields
from the night before
Somehow I just know they’ve been dancing
all hours long
in the silvery blue moonlight..
from the silence
of the pond
..as though it is whispering a secret long held within
a weary traveler from the hot dry summertime
Snow white crane stands triumphantly,
A beacon beneath the crimson leaves
And, there is a tree in the heart of the woods on the right of my path that will turn the color of sunshine soon
But, for now
..tiny star flowers are blooming in its tender shade
Autumn has arrived with colorful fanfare
Tomorrow it will be November…again
And yet, full of moments that have never been
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Tired of the current covid related travel restrictions and the winter weather here in Brittany, I took a leisurely amble amidst the shades, shrines and shadows of India; a little vicarious journey on Wordless Wednesday.
In response to a few questions, the locations are: Qutub Minar; Humayun’s Tomb; Safdarjung’s Tomb; Qadam-e-Rasool, Bhul Bhulaiya, Lucknow; Neemrana Palace; Fatehpur Sikri; Galta Temple; McLeod Ganj; Saint-Thomas Cathedral, Chennai; Golden Temple, Amritsar; Amer Fort. The header photo is the view from Mukteshwar looking over the Kumaon Hills towards Nanda Devi.
Written by Dyami Millarson
Underlying tooth decay, there is a constant battle between demineralisation and mineralisation (*1). Dental caries may simply be defined as the cumulative result of the cyclical ebbs and flows of demineralisation and mineralisation (*2, *3). Remineralisation is the term used for the normal daily process whereby the teeth, namely the enamel and dentin, are repaired from demineralisation (*4). Enamel is the material that covers the outside layer of the teeth above the crown (*5). It is one of the most mineralised and hardest parts of the human body (*6). Enamel is a composite of both organic and inorganic components, and the same is the case for dentin (*1). So far we have spoken about enamel, but we ought to treat dentin in more detail as well: although enamel is the hard dental tissue…
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I have been hearing rumors about a white coyote for the last couple of months out near where I work. My work place sits on a sagebrush bench about 2 miles above the river. There is a gas station food mart nearer the river and rumor has it the white coyote hangs out there along with normal colored coyotes, being fed by truck drivers and other patrons. It is a very bad idea to feed wildlife by the way. We have sadly had to deal with aggressive coyotes this summer, who have attacked co-workers in our parking lot in search of a hand out. This problem is a direct result of being fed by people. They have lost their fear of people and look to humans as a food source. Fortunately no persons have been hurt but we have had to contact Wildlife officials to deal with the coyote issue.
On to the…
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I HEREWITH WOULD LIKE TO PRESENT YOU SOME SENTENCESFROM THE POWERFUL AND FOOLHARDY SHANTARAM BY GREGORY DAVID ROBERTS/ Ich möchte euch einige Sätze aus dem aussergewöhnlich packenden und tollkühnen Buch Shantaram vorstellen./Vorrei presentarvi alcune frasi dal bellissimo, potente e temerario libro Shantaram che si svolge maggiormente a Bombay/ India.
The main character, who spends some weeks in a remote and poor village with his friend Prabaker and his family says:
“I was born in those moments, as I stood near the flood sticks with my face lifted to the chrismal rain. Shantaram/peaceful man. The better man that, slowly, and much to late, I began to be.”
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