Today, (Jan 2) Earth is closest to the Sun for this year (2013). This point is called perihelion. The point at which the earth is the farthest is called aphelion. …
Meghalaya is a state which has the highest amount of rainfall in the world. Cherrapunji holds a world record of the highest recorded rainfall. In such a place, rivers are…
A little effort from all of us will together make a big difference. I was going through an article and wanted to share some information with you all.
The Earth Hour concept started in 2007 in Sydney, Australia with one simple question: How can we inspire people to take action on climate change? This one-city environmental campaign has evolved into a grassroots action that has captured global attention.
Earth Hour 2009 will take place on Saturday, March 28, from 8.30 pm – 9.30 pm your local time. We have a counter in the header to show the countdown to the Earth Hour (as per the server time – which is according to the US Mountain Time).
Starting in New Zealand’s remote Chatham Islands, thousands of cities, towns, and landmarks around the world will go dark for Earth Hour on Saturday evening. Up to one billion people worldwide are expected to participate in this global voluntary blackout by switching off their lights for one hour.
Every time we add a proper quantity of emotional involvement to our knowledge and finish it with a secret ingredient called imagination, we usually obtain excellent results in our quests.
Before God created man, He supplied an abundant place where we could live in. This place is our sacred Mother Earth. God also granted our planet with intelligence, so it could survive in spite of man’s destroying mistakes. Earth’s main purpose is to renew itself in cycles. Cycles we still haven’t been able to be fully aware of. Earthquakes, hurricanes, forest fires, droughts and other natural catastrophes are the result of our Earth’s intelligence.
Now let’s consider once more about the quantity of man’s time spent in his self-knowledge. If an eighty-five percent time is spent on our basic needs, so the rest fifteen percent would be ideal to be spent in our self-knowledge. This endeavor allows getting much better results from our daily efforts with almost no waste of the talents granted by God. These wonderful talents shouldn’t be wasted. Our creativity, meditation and the more often use of our intentional thinking can be a good solution.