Can there be a general relationship between all of us worldwide, if so, what are some of the well-known things that connect all of us?
“All human rights are universal, indivisible and interdependent and interrelated. The international community
must treat human rights globally in a fair and equal manner, on the same footing, and with the same
emphasis. While the significance of national and regional particularities and various historical, cultural and
religious backgrounds must be borne in mind, it is the duty of States, regardless of their political, economic
and cultural systems, to promote and protect all human rights and fundamental freedoms.” (United Nations
Technology is something used in everyday life that can make us or break us. We connect, share, and research.
It also provides lessons, i.e. how cultures can sometimes blend, sometimes collide; for example, within a short distance of one another can be found the villas of South Africa’s white elite and the tar-paper shacks of black day labourers, office buildings with the most sophisticated electronic wiring and one-room houses that lack electricity. Downtown is another way to put it; somewhere everyone meets and mingles.
Naturally, we are related, so we will tend to do the same things. Like they say different places, same kind of people. With the materialistic world, the everyday goal is about survival and getting the next pretty penny. All things considered.
Improve your Health
If you find yourself getting snap happy on a holiday or night out, this may be no bad thing. Research suggests that recalling good memories and having a positive view of the past can help boost happiness levels and health. Yet, according to separate research, we find it more challenging to recall pleasant memories than bad ones. If you have trouble focusing on happy memories, try compiling some photo albums of your favorite moments for an instant health and happiness boost.
The fear of lost time is something we cannot change; not only will photography save memories, but it’s a way to capture a moment. Get yourself a camera, and recall good memories.
Most of the time, it is hard for us to get out our emotions. Still, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has always recognized that emotional factors play an essential role in health and illness and notes seven emotions that mainly affect the body: joy, anger, sadness, grief, pensiveness, fear and fright. These emotions are not by themselves thought to be pathological, and all constitute emotional aspects of healthy people. However, if any of these emotions are excessive over a long period of time or arises suddenly with great force, it can generate imbalances and illness.
Another creative way to improve your overall health is to write, whether it be poetry or just free writing.
Stress, it’s a thing that travels on our shoulders daily but is there simple solutions to laugh off what put you in the dumps in the first place? Of course, there is, with first-hand experience in the eye twitch, hair pulling, kicking into thin air rage that almost controls our lives, an unknown concept of this life is “stress free”.
Maybe it’s time we steal a little shine from the sun in the morning and be that person you wanted to punch the happiness out of them at 8 am.
- Fold a throw blanket into quarters, then roll it up. Place it underneath your back, along your backbone, right between your shoulder blades… Clear your mind of restlessness, close your eyes taking ten deep breaths( inhale-nose, exhale-mouth)
- Opening your lugs for a full oxygen wake-up
- Revive your energy for the day
- Helps release held emotion
Fact: Most of the day, you spend the day leaning forward in a position that collapses the chest. This position will open the chest and allow oxygen into the upper lungs.