Sometimes on my free and "no things to do" time, my inner self starts to asks weird questions which certainly have a logic answer, and I'm sure on an epoch of my early life I have seen the answer, but for many of them I cannot remember. When my six years old daughter starts to ask such kind of translucent questions such as "Did Santa Claus die too many years ago?", and I cannot find a convincent answer, I feel dull, and I remind myself that I should read more in order to have an answer for every questions that even a kid can ask you.
Strolling on the internet I did some questions.
Can a star die?
A/ Most stars take millions of years to die. When a star like the Sun has burned all of its hydrogen fuel, it expands to become a red giant. This may be millions of kilometres across - big enough to swallow the planets Mercury and Venus.
Reasoning, if the sun dies then we can be swallowed by that energy, but only Mercury and Venus will. There's nothing to be worry about that.
Do tea bags really reduce eye wrinkles?
Using tea bags on your eyes is a popular home remedy. Tea bags may help to improve the appearance of your eyes by reducing dark circles, puffiness, and redness. They may also help to treat irritation, styes, and pink eye. Tea bags are an affordable, natural option that you can easily try at home.
Reasoning, I feel doubtful about that because when you accumulated your body with sleepless hours that you won't recover, how a pair of remaining tea bags can help to counterfeit body nature?
Can dogs reincarnate into humans?
some people will continue to be human, and some will become animals. ... After they have been reincarnated as an animal, when they die they return to the spiritual world, and, as before, based on their behavior before they die the spiritual world will decide whether or not they are reincarnated as a person.
Reasoning, I believe that every person and every animal has a purpuse on this world, yet I certainly believe on what you harvest is what you've planted, so what if the dog after living surrounded by humans can be a better person in other life?. What I'm sure is the animals who are always watching us are cats.
Can a sword be swallowed?
Most sword swallowers do not actually 'swallow' the sword, but instead relax the throat enough to allow the blade to slide down the esophagus, although some sword swallowers do intentionally cause the blade to move down their throats by using their throat muscles in the peristalysis act of swallowing.
Reasoning, if several people drink and spit back gasoline turning it into flame, the sword swallowing has an upper difficulty level, but both can cause serious harm to the stomach if they go wrong. Please don't try this at home.
Seek and you'll find.
Monday, December 10, 2018
Saturday, December 8, 2018
Longing for more
When I thought that I've learned much enough to keep my life running straight to its end, I realize that I'm still living as if nothing has been learned still. This cranky life-module where I'm standing in right now is telling me that even though I had been accomplished many things quietly above average than other people (s.a. travel, children, university degree), I found myself on an endless trap where many people is stucked by, and it's for the boldest and clever ones the privilege to find an exit to this vicious cycle.
Life is giving me the toughest lessons on how to survive on a crises perhaps, yet I'm still remember how my father told me how he felt pretty much disappointed when stakes on his life strucked him really hard, and he told me "life paths are not as one really expects about them". I'm not good at translating songs, but that phrase comes from a song that says in spanish "los caminos de la vida, no son como los pensaba". Sometimes, I feel nostalgic, and I just want to embrace my dad for that; I pretty sure that he'll understand me although without saying any word.
However, I'm longing for more. I'm longing for things I know that will land on my life premises without asking for them. What you manifest is before you, said an anonymous wiseman. And guess what? Everything is happening right now, yet it cannot be seen still.
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