That’s reality….life goals are shores and journey is to swim against the tide, we cant plan for tide, but continue to push towards the shore we want to reach. Lastly if you don’t have any goal any direction is a journey and any shore is a destination. Afterall no one stop at that shore… And moves on why? Where? How? Is the loop of life…. So time spent on the journey is more than the destination stay, hence learn enjoying the journey and worry less about the destination. Moral of the story is that the image is dramatic but sends incomplete signal

Would you stop if you saw this little girl on the street? | UNICEF

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQcN5DtMT-0

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Though provoking experiment, to ask one self on what they think is to “Care” for others/Strangers? In spite of the video context being abroad, Its far easy and obvious, to practice the ideal “Care”. However I wonder if the same Ideal behavior can be executed in India

How were programmed to treat Rich and Poor, Person in power and Vulnerable?

So what is the Ideal behavior of “Care”?

 

 

Hypothesis: If a person is not married, to derive the karakamsa lagna from Navamsa is fine, but after marriage and if the spouse horoscope is available, why not use it?

Doesnt this translate more vividly about the interlinked destinies?

So how to derive the karakamsa lagna?

  1. Identify the highest degree of the planet in your chart [0-30 degrees] and excluding Rahu and Kethu.
  2. Which sign does this highest degree planet, poised in the spouse chart?
  3. That sign should be used to check for the Karakamsa Lagna.

If any one finds good results using this technique please let know.

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Body stats sourced from National Geographic’s Incredible Human Machine

There are about 100 trillion cells in your body.  100,000,000,000,000!

Body’s largest organ?

Skin:

 

  • You have about 18 square feet of it. Averages 2 mm thick. 6 pounds renewed every month.
  • 100,000 bacteria per square inch on skin.
  • 600,00 dead skin cells are shed every hr. That’s roughly 1.5 lbs per yr.  AMA finds that 80% dust in house is actually dead skin.  ughh! **look up stats on air quality
  • Skin is the body’s heating and cooling system.
  • Up to 1/3 of fresh blood is pumped through subcutaneous capillaries to regulate thermodynamics at a critical and amazingly constant 98.6 Degrees Farenheit.
  • The body has over 2 million sweat glands and
  • 5 million hair cells (as many as monkeys; our hair is finer).


Sight:

 

  • You see by taking in light through your pupil which is detected by light sensitive cells (photoreceptors) in an area in the back of your eyeball called the retina.
  • More than 120 million photoreceptors are in your retina, which is about 1/100 of an inch thick.
  • 1/3 brainpower (i.e. energy required to fire neurons) is devoted to processing visual cortex input.


Smell/Olfactory:

  • Your sinus has 10 million cells each w 1,000 receptors.


Circulatory System/Vascular:

 

  • 10 billion capillaries
  • If all the tubes in your circulatory system were laid end to end, they would stretch 60,000 miles. In perspective, the diameter of the earth is 7,926 miles. Right! The stat from the beginning.
  • 400,000 white blood cells are in every drop of blood. (how big is a drop?)


Taste:

  • 10,000 taste buds. Each has 50 receptors.


You have 20 feet small intestine.

Muscular system:

 

 

  • 34 muscles are in the human face.
  • All are activated when you kiss someone.
  • It takes 40 to raise a leg and 200 muscles to walk.


Sperm: smallest cell in the body
Egg: largest

Brain/Neurology:

 

  • There are roughly 100,000,000,000 (that’s one hundred billion) neurons in your brain.
  • Each has thousands of connections.
  • Brain takes up about 3% of body weight and consumes 20% available energy.

 

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But what about the kids that you gave birth to? are they not the extended organs of yours? how do you treat your organs as different from the external living human?

If you dont find the oneness in livelihood of the kids then their is something wrong with you or the kids.

Now you kids, who do you think you really are? you are not truly a parent unless your parents are dead. To mistreat your roots is killing your soul, that means your own organs and functions purpose to your machine is killed, and expect the consequences and dont become a cry baby then.

So to sum up, it looks you are disjointed but you are all same machines, FAMILY