Starbucks Planner 2017

Nice one full of inspirations, hence this reblog for the use by the readers of this blog. All the pictures provide a glimpse of divine sort of a satiation.

glimmer of happiness 🙂

Hello! As promised, I’ll be showing you pages of my Starbucks planner. This planner was given to me by my friend, Lucky. ❤ I’m so grateful and happy!

I got the coffee stain design and this is what the cover looks like. It also comes with a cloth pouch (that matches the planner’s cover), magnetic bookmark and erasable pen.

This planner offers a weekly page and Notes page after each week. 

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Falling in Flight

Originally authored by Elan Mudrow, this piece of expressions on a great adventure is much worth sharing with my readers and hence it is reblogged here with the fond expectation that they may receive it with interest enjoying the thrills of an awe fully great adventure. I have been in the list of first 6 most fliers in Indian Airlines alone besides several other national and international airlines experiencing the horror once the airbus with myself as a passenger from Mumbai to Delhi fell down from the level of 35000 feet but thanks to the competent Pilot who could somehow manage to check it at 23000 feet. This was virtually a live hell sort of an experience when I, myself unseated with a terrible jerk, saw the passengers tumbling over one another with several of them especially women and children crying and shrieking to the point of collapsing. The readers may please refer also the link: https://uppermost.me/2014/08/16/a-plane-dropping-down-in-space/

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Floating, we brushed Luna,

Wide and circular ,upon the ceiling

Mountains tickled our feet with glaciers

Expanding our weight into new gravity

Causing us to fall to crust, dirt, and slag

Denting the Earth into peculiar shapes

Stirring up dust, creating an atmosphere

Now, our globe, oblong blue…is

Warmth within crevices of light

A gem spitting fire into vacuum.

Sunken into a continuum, finite growing.

Our fingers reaching, reaching,

With arms heavier than cities

Dangling about dull celestial bodies

Flopping about in muscles, bone, and ligaments

Our backs curve as heads look up through stovepipes.

Still….our hands wish to fall into flight

No wonder we are so busy painting landscapes,

Still lives, and faces that resemble the moon

With acrylics and oil made of many minerals deep

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Do you know who was the first bird on earth.

A wonderful discovery as it is by most versatile an author like Vikas Acharya, the same is reblogged for the interest and knowledge of the readers of this blog. Let us be thankful to the author for imparting so meaningful an information in relation to life on the earth planet millions of years back or say during or even before the palaeolithic age.

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The oldest bird was known as an Archaeopteryx and lived about 150 million years ago. It was the size of a raven, was covered with feathers, and had wings.

Amazingly detailed Archaeopteryx fossils have been found in fine-grained Jurassic limestone in southern Germany. Paleontologists view Archaeopteryx as a transitional fossil between dinosaurs and modern birds. With its blend of avian and reptilian features, it was long viewed as the earliest known bird. Discovered in 1860 in Germany, it’s sometimes referred to as Urvogel, the German word for “original bird” or “first bird.” Recent discoveries, however, have displaced Archaeopteryx from its lofty title.Various specimens of Archaeopteryx showed that it had flight and tail feathers, and the well-preserved “Berlin Specimen” showed the animal also had body plumage that included well-developed “trouser” feathers on the legs. Archaeopteryx is considered by many to be the first bird, being of about 150 million years of…

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I’ll soon spring

Impressed by what is expressed by the author of SUCCESS INSPIRER in his blog post quite in tune with what is a routine feature in the life of many including me,  I felt like reblogging the same by appending the following source link. As an alternative, I am also repeating the contents of the link for the convenience of the readers:

Source: I’ll soon spring

‘u think I’m finishhed,
You’re mistaken; you don’t know me;
I am still strong; as strong as steel;
With solid come-back power;
Like a spring, I’ll soon spring;
And before you look,
I’ll be right on top.’

Alzheimer’s Disease – Progressive mental Deterioration

Yoga is not only a great ancient science but it is in fact a miracle to overcome as dreaded a disease as Alzheimer’s named after Dr. Alzheimer. Health conscious people all over the world must take advantage of it.

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Alzheimer’s is a disease that causes dementia. Alzheimer’s causes nerve cell death and tissue loss throughout the brain. The damage harms memory, speech, and comprehension. In most people with Alzheimer’s, symptoms first appear in their mid-60s. Alzheimer’s is the most common cause of dementia among older adults. Alzheimer’s disease is named after Dr. Alois Alzheimer, a German doctor. In 1906, In Alzheimer’s disease, brain cells start to deteriorate. The body attempts to stop this process by producing a protein called amyloid. However, amyloid deposits build up in the brain, leading to further deterioration. These deposits of amyloid are referred to as “plaques” and cause the brain cells to shrivel up and form “tangles”, which in turn lead to changes in the brain structure and cause the brain cells to die. The formation of plaques and tangles also prevents the production of some important brain chemicals, called neurotransmitters. Over time…

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