Genius In Women

There are many,

To single out one is setting a term of reference.

Madame Curie is that genius woman.

Please support the effort and watch the vid bellow.

https://www.ted.com/talks/shohini_ghose_the_genius_of_marie_curie?utm_campaign=tedspread&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=tedcomshare

…there and back again…

Perhaps, it has only started in the 60th year of my life.

Or after one of the many splendid adventures of being at home on planet earth.

But the inspiration and the meaning is definitely inspired from the source:  The Hobbit by J.R.R.Tolkien.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hobbit

I can think of many a children’s story that is read and admired by adults: Alice and Wonderland, Around the World In Eighty Days, and many more deserving stories.

You get my drift…

Or, perhaps it is an enduring sense of bliss.

I can feel it, taste it and believe.

This is a power unto itself, an inspiration, a muse or a passion.

Isaac Asimov called it, “A Joy Still Felt”.

Anyone, who needs to believe or wants to explore, do a passion, wanderlust, wants to live! will do, say, believe and experience what I feel, in every bone of their body, mind and soul.

And yet, this adventure is understated as ‘there and back again”.

Keep Calm And Write On…

The concept is from old British propaganda.

It has become popular to use slogans and make up your own.

In the spirit of “Keep Calm and Carry On”.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keep_Calm_and_Carry_On

Even when my muse is out to lunch.

Especially when others think I need to take a brake.

Sometimes after I throw in the towel.

During, after and before all forms of inspiration.

Till, death due we part…

 

The Neuroscience of Change: How to Train Your Brain to Create Better Habits

“The chains of habit are too weak to be felt until they are too strong to be broken.” — Samuel Johnson The more often you perform an action or behave a certain way, the more it gets physically wired…
— Read on medium.com/swlh/to-break-bad-habits-you-really-have-to-change-your-brain-the-neuroscience-of-change-da735de9afdf

Change will happen, with you or without you.

Be ready by practice and taking action that pays good returns.

Keep your body and therefore your brain in good shape.

Live as much as you can in a good way, become aware of your habits.

When to stop doing harm, ask yourself to find a better way.

The need to exercise is core like good company, good food, other good habits.

Learn and practice being a better living being to improve some of the bad habits we all bundle through daily living.

Polytechnique: It’s been 30 years since the shooting that killed 14 women | CTV News

Today marks 30 years since the École Polytechnique massacre, also known as the Montreal massacre, which left 14 women dead and another 14 people injured. The Dec. 6, 1989 shooting took place at the engineering school affiliated with Université de Montréal.
— Read on montreal.ctvnews.ca/mobile/polytechnique-it-s-been-30-years-since-the-shooting-that-killed-14-women-1.4718092

Is it, or will it be remembered as an attack against women?

There are good reasons to believe in remembering the massacre against women as a feminist group event that all can be respectful in remembrance and idea-logically.

Violence against health workers complicating measles outbreak in Ebola-ravaged Congo | CBC News

Violence against health workers in the Democratic Republic of Congo is complicating the response to a massive measles outbreak and accelerating the spread of the disease, which has claimed twice as many lives than an ongoing Ebola epidemic.
— Read on www.cbc.ca/news/health/violence-against-health-workers-worsening-measles-outbreak-in-congo-1.5377716

The measles and Ebola, in the Congo are being complicated by the war zone.

People mainly children are dying from the measles.

Awareness is key, please support the effort.