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Tidbits and notes posted on FB and Twitter. Part 208

Note: I take notes of books I read and comment on events and edit sentences that fit my style. I pa attention to researched documentaries and serious links I receive. The page is long and growing like crazy, and the sections I post contains a month-old events that are worth refreshing your memory

It is the best timing for the UN to rescind veto powers of the five super-States:  the veto rights are becoming total liabilities to the super-States and to the confidence of the world community in the legitimacy of the UN working to the greater benefit of all mankind.  The UN will find a listening ear to abolishing veto rights.

To understand what a personal coach does is to understand what they don’t do

In general, life coaches differ from therapists in 3 key ways:

  1. There is no professional boundary between coach and client. Unlike therapists—who usually decline to disclose much about their personal lives to their clients—most coaches go for a relatable, empathetic, informal approach. Some also use sharing about their lives and struggles online as a marketing tool. Your vibe, they say, attracts your tribe.
  2. They are future and goal-oriented. A life coach session generally doesn’t involve digging deep into your past to revisit childhood trauma. Instead, it’s more forward-looking: What can you do today, this week, this month to change your life for the better?
  3. Serious mental health issues—such as depression, anxiety, trauma, self harm, or addiction—are (in theory) not for life coaches to deal with. Professional standards dictate that coaches should refer out when these arise. But is there anyone checking they do that? Definitely not.

Brain select the most probable of your emotions in a context of your personal experiences of “What is this most likely in my past experience?

Emotions are not built into your brain at birth, like in a hard-wired circuit. They are just built as you live along.

Predictions are primal and the basis of every experience that you have. They are the basis of every action that you take. 

In fact, predictions are what allow you to understand the words. Using past experience, your brain predicts and constructs your experience of the world, and always within current context. 

French Macron to Erdogan: Cease fire this month include Afrin. Let’s see how Erdogan give him a shit

Tomas Isidore Sankara (1949-87) led a coup d’etat in Haute Volta (Burkina Faso) in 1983. He was Captain paratrooper and remained captain-President while other “leader sergeants” in Africa promoted themselves to generals and emperors. Sankara predicted that he will be assassinated at the same age as The Che.

And the media and talking heads are  still debating whether Bashar Assad had won or Not.

Bashar has no real power after he let loose the regular Syrian army in 2012 to start recovering lost grounds.

Bashar is now a Symbol of the resilience and determination to the Syrian people to regain all its lands, including the Golan Heights and rebuild a Non-sectarian political establishment.

Cease fire from 9 to 2 pm in Al Ghouta. If Al Nusra and Jaish al Shaam are Not satisfied, then fire 24/24

Ziyarat moujaamaleh mostafidat la Samir. wa ba3daha, ba7. Mar7alet intikhabaat la moujaamalet “kiwa” fiha t2amen nouwaab Sunnat la khat Saudi Kingdom/USA. Samir moush addat: Sutherfield bi raadeeh bi hal mar7alet

Al Tayyar ma3 Hezbollah wa al Moustakbal bil intikhabaat: Ta2meen block “veto power” for moderation, pour le “juste milieu”.

Khalina na3mel al mou3amalaat 7assab al oussoul: khaleh waa7ad mouhem bta3rfo yet tossel feek.

3 mousalsalaat “3arsh al Ilah” 3ala al Jadeed jayyed. wa title kawi




March 2023

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