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Akon's Highlights
#GetMoney with Anuel AA is out whatchu guys think? Feeling super blessed, the #Akoinfoundation has launched the Akoin cryptocurrency. Focusing on the philanthropic goal of closing the 50 Million job gap problem in Africa by 2030. We have 53 more days to reach our goal of hitting 1 million dollars of donations, lets get it!!!!
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Cuddle therapy to cure loneliness
Loneliness refers to the difference between the amount of social contact and intimacy you have and the amount you want. It's about feeling isolated, like an outcast. (That said, the opposite of loneliness isn't popularity either - you can have dozens of "friends" and still feel lonely. True intimacy and feelings of relatedness are much more about the quality of your relationships than the quantity.) Persistent loneliness is not only emotionally painful, but can be more damaging to our physical and mental health than many psychiatric illnesses. For instance, lonely people sleep poorly, experience severe depression and anxiety, have reduced immune and cardiovascular functioning, and exhibit sings of early cognitive decline that grow more severe over time.https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-science-success/201010/the-cure-loneliness
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Church preaches acceptance but remains homophobic
Regardless of deity, branch or creed, religion generally has one golden rule: treat others as one wishes to be treated. This principle gives religious adherents a law to live their lives by in order to avoid conflict and/or harming others. In Christianity, most denominations consider this rule to be one of the central tenets of the religion. Unfortunately, when it comes to the LGBTQ community, it hasn’t always been this way, even when individuals identifying as LGBTQ want to become a part of a religious community and have a relationship with God. This alienation has caused much pain for the LGBTQ community, who may have a hard time coming out to their religious family members because of how both religious and lay people treat or perceive them. http://panthernow.com/2018/04/11/fighting-homophobia-within-church-christian-duty/
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Gandhi's celibacy test : sleeping with naked women
The Indian historian Ramachandra Guha has launched the second volume of his two-volume biography of Mohandas K(Mahatma) Gandhi, a magnificent achievement that, in Guha’s words, has taken “30 years of unsystematic interest and 15 years of obsessive foraging”. At a talk last week at the London School of Economics, he was passionate and amusing, and it was uplifting to hear his respect and affection for one of the great moral figures of the last century. The questions from the audience mainly concerned Gandhi’s role in the independence movement and his attempts to heal India’s religious and social divisions. But then – a last question – a young woman wondered about a strange episode in Gandhi’s life that she found “unsettling”. In reply, Guha went further; it had been “inexplicable and indefensible”. Advertisement For several decades after his death, this episode was not widely known. Popular accounts of Gandhi’s life, including Richard Attenborough’s biopic, never mentioned it. The facts are that after his wife, Kasturba, died in 1944, Gandhi began the habit of sharing his bed with naked young women: his personal doctor, Sushila Nayar, and his grandnieces Abha and Manu, who were then in their late teens and about 60 years younger than him. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/oct/01/gandhi-celibacy-test-naked-women?CMP=fb_gu
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Are humans better at creation or destruction?
Why do you say so?
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What would be the modern world commandments?
If there was a book of commandments for the modern world, what would some of the rules be?
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What material thing do you want to be buried with?
What would you want buried with you so you could use it in the afterlife?
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Is it a good idea to go in business with friends?
Why or why not?
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Is having kids what you've imagined it would be?
Is having kids what you've imagined it would be?
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Staff should sleep-in and start work later
People who stay up late and struggle to get out of bed in the morning - the “night owls” among us - appear to have a higher risk of early death than “larks” who have a natural preference for an early night. A study of over 433,000 people by the University of Surrey and Northwestern University, Chicago, found night owls have a 10% higher risk of dying early. The report suggests that people who are up late often have an internal biological clock that doesn’t match their external environment. The researchers identified a series of “unhealthy behaviours” associated with people who stay up late. Kristen Knutson of Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, who co-authored the study, says “It could be psychological stress, eating at the wrong time for their body, not exercising enough, not sleeping enough, being awake at night by yourself, maybe drug or alcohol use.” https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/04/employers-should-let-workers-have-lie-ins-to-stop-them-dying-early/