從新溫馨起來

如果一切只是一場戲,我們又何必演的那麼逼真。那些傷害的笑容下到底是無所謂?還是悲痛欲絕呢??當把所有的事情看淡一切的時候,才知道,原來失去真的比擁有更踏實。在時光跟經歷的幫助下,我終成為百毒不侵的無畏者。原來,我也只是個陪你瘋了一場短暫的狂歡過客。我已經再無力對你強顏歡笑,隨聲附和的只是不想我們再彼此傷害……

office furniture忽然有那麼一瞬間,感覺到自己已經在你的世界裏變成可有可無。在我們的故事裏,是誰的愛獨自瞭望。突然間發覺自己是個不錯的演員,演盡了人世間所有的悲歡離合。卻演不盡自己內心的那種傷感無助跟無能為力……在內心深處,連淚都不余近卿中學知道是為誰而流。突然間很想輕聲對自己說句“對不起”,原來這麼多年一直沒有學會好好愛自己。

總有些傷感的音樂,默契著我們某一時的心緒,也總有些文字,感同深受著某一個相同的故事余近卿中學 好唔好。很多的心緒,我卻無法落字成行……

心情好的時候我們可以無憂無慮,可每一次靜下心來的時候還是會想起很多經歷的種種,也想起了那些曾陪我走過一程又一程的朋友。我們相遇的時候都是從陌生再走到熟悉,途中歷經多少故事的坎坷。最後終究還是恢復原樣。

相遇簡單,相處總是不易,所以,我尊重每一份五百年才修得擦肩而過的相識,也感謝老天賜予的每一段緣分,即使只是短暫的一程,也曾經為我的世界帶來了溫馨的感動,感謝生命中所有的相遇刻骨銘心,也祝願所有的遺忘順其自然……

seeking an emergency meeting

ato also called on Russia “to respect its international commitments, to stop the flow of arms and weapons across the border, to stop supporting armed separatists in Ukraine”, she added.

Mr Grushko later told Russian Interfax news agency that Moscow might pull out of the Founding Act – a co-operation treaty – with Nato and take “measures of a military character” if there were major deployments in eastern and central Europe.

“We shall wait and see what the ministers decide,” he said.

“But if it means additional deployment of substantial Nato military assets in central and eastern Europe, and we are hearing calls for just that, then even if it takes place as a troops rotation we will have difficulty viewing it as anything other than a direct breach of obligations in the fundamental Russia-Nato documents including the Founding Act.”

He added: “All this could cast Europe back to the days of the Cold War and launch an arms race.”

Kiev and the West have accused Russia of stirring up separatist sentiment in parts of eastern Ukraine where the majority are Russian-speaking.

Russia, which denies the claims, is seeking an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council to call for an immediate end to fighting in east Ukraine.

On Monday, hundreds of heavily-armed insurgents resumed a sustained assault on a border guards’ command post near the city of Luhansk.

Nato ministers, who are holding two days of talks in Brussels, will also discuss the end of the combat mission in Afghanistan and US plans to train and advise Afghan forces after 2014.

mother hree counts of murder

A mother was charged Friday with three counts of murder in the stabbing of her three young daughters, whose bloody bodies were found arranged on a bed at her California home.

Carol Coronado, 30, also faces one count of attempted murder after trying to kill her mother, said Sarah Ardalani, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office.

The bodies of the girls, ages 2, 16 months and 2 months, were discovered by their grandmother on Tuesday when she visited her daughter near Torrance, authorities said.

The charges carry special allegations of multiple murders and personally using a knife that would make Coronado eligible for the death penalty if convicted. Prosecutors had not decided whether to seek capital punishment.

No motive for the killings has been released. Investigators were checking Coronado’s medical and mental health history and trying to determine whether she may have suffered from postpartum depression following the birth of her youngest child, sheriff’s Lt. Dave Coleman told the Los Angeles Times ( http://bit.ly/1nkhB4c ).

Neighbors and authorities say the girls’ grandmother arrived for a visit then frantically ran outside, threw a bloody knife to the ground and told the girls’ father, who was working on a car, that his wife had gone crazy. Then she called 911.

Sheriff’s officials have said the children had been deliberately placed on the bed and their mother was found naked next to them.

Coronado has been hospitalized with self-inflicted wounds and was expected to be transferred to the jail ward at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center.

“When she is able to leave the hospital, she will be arraigned,” Ardalani said.

darkness affected human biology

We’ve known for a while that isolation is physically bad for us. Chronically lonely people have higher blood pressure, are more vulnerable to infection, and are also more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Loneliness also interferes with a whole range of everyday functioning, such as sleep patterns, attention and logical and verbal reasoning. The mechanisms behind these effects are still unclear, though what is known is that social isolation unleashes an extreme immune response – a cascade of stress hormones and inflammation. This may have been appropriate in our early ancestors, when being isolated from the group carried big physical risks, but for us the outcome is mostly harmful.

Yet some of the most profound effects of loneliness are on the mind. For starters, isolation messes with our sense of time. One of the strangest effects is the ‘time-shifting’ reported by those who have spent long periods living underground without daylight. In 1961, French geologist Michel Siffre led a two-week expedition to study an underground glacier beneath the French Alps and ended up staying two months, fascinated by how the darkness affected human biology. He decided to abandon his watch and “live like an animal”. While conducting tests with his team on the surface, they discovered it took him five minutes to count to what he thought was 120 seconds.

A similar pattern of ‘slowing time’ was reported by Maurizio Montalbini, a sociologist and caving enthusiast. In 1993, Montalbini spent 366 days in an underground cavern near Pesaro in Italy that had been designed with Nasa to simulate space missions, breaking his own world record for time spent underground. When he emerged, he was convinced only 219 days had passed. His sleep-wake cycles had almost doubled in length. Since then, researchers have found that in darkness most people eventually adjust to a 48-hour cycle: 36 hours of activity followed by 12 hours of sleep. The reasons are still unclear.

Prince Harry charity work lover

Prince Harry got back to business Wednesday night at a Gala celebration for his charity Sentebale since his visit last weekend in Memphis for pal Guy Pelly’s wedding to Holiday Day Inn Heiress Lizzy Wilson.

He and co-founder Prince Seeiso of Lesotho hosted guests celebrating ten years of the charity’s work aiding the vulnerable children of Lesotho. Many of the children are AIDS orphans and afflicted with the disease themselves.

The charity’s name, which means Forget Me Not, was chosen to honor Prince Seeiso’s late mother and Harry’s late mother Princess Diana, who was one of the early prominent figures to champion those with AIDS.

“At times the severity of severe poverty can be overwhelming. However it is through the dedication, passion and commitment of the Sentebale team, our community partners, local government — the children’s longing to learn — and you tonight that we are battling with these issues and giving these children a chance of a happier future,” Prince Harry told guests.

marriage and single life value

He that hath wife and children hath given hostages to fortune; for they are impediments to great enterprises, either of virtue or mischief. Certainly the best works, and of greatest merit for the public, have proceeded from the unmarried or childless men; which both in affection and means, have married and endowed the public. Yet it were great reason that those that have children, should have greatest care of future times; unto which they know they must transmit their dearest pledges. Some there are, who though they lead a single life, yet their thoughts do end with themselves, and account future times impertinences.

Nay, there are some other, that account wife and children, but as bills of charges. Nay more, there are some foolish rich covetous men, that take a pride, in having no children, because they may be thought so much the richer. For perhaps they have heard some talk, Such an one is a great rich man, and another except to it, Yea, but he hath a great charge of children; as if it were an abatement to his riches. But the most ordinary cause of a single life, is liberty, especially in certain self-pleasing and humorous minds, which are so sensible of every restraint, as they will go near to think their girdles and garters, to be bonds and shackles. Unmarried men are best friends, best masters, best servants; but not always best subjects; for they are light to run away; and almost all fugitives, are of that condition.

A single life doth well with churchmen; for charity will hardly water the ground, where it must first fill a pool. It is indifferent for judges and magistrates; for if they be facile and corrupt, you shall have a servant, five times worse than a wife. For soldiers, I find the generals commonly in their hortatives, put men in mind of their wives and children; and I think the despising of marriage amongst the Turks, maketh the vulgar soldier more base.

Certainly wife and children are a kind of discipline of humanity; and single men, though they may be many times more charitable, because their means are less exhaust, yet, on the other side, they are more cruel and hardhearted (good to make severe inquisitors), because their tenderness is not so oft called upon. Grave natures, led by custom, and therefore constant, are commonly loving husbands, as was said of Ulysses, vetulam suam praetulit immortalitati. Chaste women are often proud and froward, as presuming upon the merit of their chastity. It is one of the best bonds, both of chastity and obedience, in the wife, if she think her husband wise; which she will never do, if she find him jealous. Wives are young men’s mistresses; companions for middle age; and old men’s nurses. So as a man may have a quarrel to marry, when he will. But yet he was reputed one of the wise men, that made answer to the question, when a man should marry, – A young man not yet, an elder man not at all. It is often seen that bad husbands, have very good wives; whether it be, that it raiseth the price of their husband’s kindness, when it comes; or that the wives take a pride in their patience. But this never fails, if the bad husbands were of their own choosing, against their friends’ consent; for then they will be sure to make good their own folly.

George Steinbrenner Eddie DeBartolo

Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is the latest pro sports owner to be sanctioned by his league. On Tuesday, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver banned him for life for making racist comments in a recorded conversation, the first step toward forcing a sale of the club. Here are five prominent examples from the past of owners disciplined by their leagues for infractions far more serious than a fine for complaining about the officiating.

George Steinbrenner

In 1974, baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn suspended the New York Yankees owner for two years after he pleaded guilty to making illegal contributions to the re-election campaign of President Richard Nixon. Kuhn reinstated Steinbrenner on March 1, 1976, for good behavior. Then in July 1990, Steinbrenner agreed to an indefinite suspension because of his association with and $40,000 payment to Howard Spira, a known gambler sent to prison for extorting the owner. Steinbrenner was reinstated March 1, 1993.

Marge Schott

In 1993, the Cincinnati Reds owner was suspended for one year and fined $25,000 by baseball’s executive council for bringing “disrepute and embarrassment” to the sport with her repeated use of racial and ethnic slurs. The suspension was shortened to eight months for good behavior. In 1996, under pressure by MLB to step aside over her controversial remarks, Schott agreed to give up day-to-day control of the team through the 1998 season. She sold controlling interest in the club in October 1999.

Eddie DeBartolo

In 1998, the San Francisco 49ers owner pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to report a felony arising from claims that he paid former Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards $400,000 in exchange for his help to get a riverboat casino license. DeBartolo avoided a prison sentence by agreeing to testify against Edwards, but the NFL fined him $1 million and suspended him for one year.

Ted Turner

In 1977, Kuhn suspended the Atlanta Braves owner for a year after he tampered with San Francisco Giants outfielder Gary Matthews, who was going to become a free agent and then signed a $1,875,000, five-year contract with the Braves. Turner unsuccessfully sued.

Glen Taylor

In 2000, the Minnesota Timberwolves owner agreed to a season-long suspension by the NBA for his role in a secret deal with former player Joe Smith that violated salary cap rules. Smith had signed a free-agent contract with Minnesota in 1999, along with a secret promise of $86 million over seven years. Taylor has certainly bounced back, though. He’s now chairman of the NBA’s board of governors, which will vote on whether to force Sterling to sell the team.

Robert Mapplethorpe career self talk

“I don’t like so much talking about the work,” said Robert Mapplethorpe. “Because, you know, if you say too much, you lose some of that mystery that somehow ends up being there.”vintage tube

He had a point. Mapplethorpe, one of the most significant American photographers of the 1970s and ’80s, was an artist in thrall to pure form – of nude men and women, but also of flowers, statuary, and his own body in sickness and in health. Yet throughout his career, and even after it, anger and criticism have trailed Mapplethorpe’s rigorous black-and-white images like a shadow. It is hard, very hard, to look at Mapplethorpe’s photographs without also seeing the entire web of debates and controversies that surrounded them: most notably, the cancellation of a 1989 retrospective at the (just shuttered) Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, after conservatives in the American government threatened to strip the museum’s funding, and the obscenity trial that accompanied a 1990 Mapplethorpe show in Cincinnati.港台娛樂

Mapplethorpe, who died of Aids-related complications at the age of just 42, is currently the subject of a major exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris, which aims to strip away the controversy and look at the photographer on his own terms. Robert Mapplethorpe is the show’s title, simple as can be. The retrospective, which is open until 24 July, is the largest ever mounted, with more than 260 images spanning his entire career. That’s good news, since the controversy around Mapplethorpe in the United States has tended to undermine the diversity of his practice – which took in not only multiple kinds of subject matter but diverse forms of image-making, including Polaroids and colour photography. Audiences in Paris will see his arresting flower photographs, for example, as well as his early and largely unknown experiments with sculpture.

And, of course, there are Mapplethorpe’s coolly lit, scrupulously composed tableaux of a man with a bullwhip inserted in his anus, or someone urinating into another’s mouth – exhibited in a gallery that the Grand Palais has designated for those 18 years old and over. There are also many nudes, some explicitly homoerotic, others more stately and prescribed.九成按揭