An Active Sex Life is Good for the Brain at Old Ages

Active Sex Life for Old Couples

To explore the connection between an active sex life and a healthy brain, Wright and co-author Rebecca Jenks, also of Coventry University, reviewed survey data and cognitive test results for about 6,800 adults aged 50 to 89 years.

Among other things, the survey asked if respondents had any sexual activity during the previous year.

Men and women who answered in the affirmative were likely to be more educated, wealthier, younger, more physically active, not depressed and less lonely.

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Investing in Dreams

Investing in Dreams

INVESTMENTS, for Beginners

Investments are, at their core, things that people pour, share, or invest money, time, and effort into. Thus, investments are of the financial type, and indeed there are plenty of people to cover these types of investments. Good or bad, the first type of investment tends to be more formalized and involves an exchange of money for a set period of time, then a return of that same money, plus a factor of it.

These two numbers: How much invested and How much returned are key numbers to any basic calculation. Keep them in mind, but only because you’ll need them for ROI.

Part of The Dream 9 Beginner’s conceptualizations of Investments without the fluff. That’s what I’m dreaming right now: A time where things are so much better than before, and that that time could be now.

That is how to begin selling something that flows that statement with truth, though, rather than misgivings.

For I believe in for a proper product, a proper vehicle to have that product attain what become anticipated goals, and the goodness that follows, all the way into a rewarding, though deeply understood, life.

End of 3 point lesson (Because you’re the third point — of every idea) This is called Moral-Business, where ethics lead the way towards more mutually beneficial lives.

The world, the world: How beautiful would it be if things turned out in the following sequence:

Fill in the blanks here.





Mine are

  1. Dream
  2. Do (The Greeks called this Praxis)
  3. Enjoy

For me, everything fits into the above.

…For what is a dream without an investment, but something that slowly (sometimes slower than anything– that is, too slowly) happens, over the years; and, conversely, what are investments without dreams but grayish for being so black and white uncreative?

These questions and other, as our company’s story, mine personally and, if You join us on this journey yours as well, will either be answered or outdone with even better questions.

And so, this is my promise to you, to me, and to my brother/boss as the Creative Director: I promise to only deliver the best, to work towards being the best, and to always put in my greatest effort to maximum result. I will ask, in the form of ad lib or well-thought out exercises (such as filling in the blanks above) from you, and hope for your best as well.

Sincerely, Mohammed Jaffar / M

Is the Future Female?

Is the future female?

In this episode Natalie Campbell explores the future visions of Cindy Gallop – a former ad-consultant (BBH) turned sex-tech entrepreneur (MakeLoveNotPorn) – who believes “in order to predict the future you have to invent it”. Cindy envisions a future that thrives off diversity, where everyone has the same opportunities as straight white men – resulting in more creativity and disruption. But how can we undo years of inbuilt bias in the world around us? We hear from virtual reality specialist Catherine Allen, Nominet Trust director Vicki Hearn, #PocTech campaigner Debbi Okenla and start-up investor Jonathan Sposato to see how we can address the problem.

Poem for Iraq

Iraqi Poem

Hundreds of thousands of innocent children, women, and people are caught in the crossfire of a terrible war in Iraq. As “ISIS” is being defeated day-by day, innocent people are still being terrorized. This is fucking unacceptable.

The struggle for Mosul — which involves U.S. air power and an array of Iraqi ground forces — is the largest and most complex so far in the battle against Islamic State militants, who have been digging in for a fight. Residents who have recently fled the area and Iraqi officials with contacts inside the city say the Islamic State has been erecting concrete barricades and filling trenches with oil that can be set on fire to slow advancing forces. (Washington Post)

This poem was written with our heroes and the innocent children in mind. May they be safe during the Battle of Mosul, and may they rebuild and thrive shortly thereafter.

Though we’ll win the war

What of the poor

And the children

God, please protect the children

Watch over our fighters

As they march through hell

Dodging mines and booby traps

He is watching

The watcher from above

The watcher from within

We will win

Once we rebuild

We will thrive

Else we’ll die

For surviving is not the goal

Thriving is

Please God protect the innocent

Challenging the Narrative of the Western Identity

Coexist

Western identity is a construct, not a reality, that is defined by that which it is not. The west is very often associated with being opposed to Islam and Orientalism, which is seen as backward (not progressive), mystical (not scientific), emotional (not rational), and inherently dishonest. This way of thinking is flawed.

The Western identity needs to be de-constructed. The whole notion of western identity needs to be re-established. From the way we conceive the rights of workers, the architecture of our cities, and gender equality; as long as we have not understood our internal values and identity, we cannot possibly expect to shed a new light on a bright future with a true identity.

Watch this video to learn more.