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1.If you announce your goals to others youre less likely to
succeed. Studies confirm that you lose motivation.
2.Your mind rewrites monotonous speeches of boring people to
make it sound inter...
1.If you announce your goals to others youre less likely to succeed. Studies confirm that you lose motivation.
2.Your mind rewrites monotonous speeches of boring people to make it sound interesting.
3.The type of music you listen to affects the way you perceive the world.
4.Biochemically speaking, being in a romantic love affair cannot be distinguished from having an obsessive-compulsive disorder.
5.Convincing yourself you slept well tricks your brain into thinking it did.
6.While money can buy happiness to an extent, studies show that after Rs. 49 lakhs (approx) per year, increased income does little to boost happiness.
7.It is possible to die from a broken heart, it is called Stress Cardiomyopathy.
8.Your decisions are more rational when thought in another language.
9.Smarter people underestimate themselves, whereas ignorant people think they are brilliant.
10.People between 18 to 33 years are the most stressed in the world. Post 33, the stress level tends to reduce.
11.Feeling ignored causes the same chemical effect as that of an injury.
12.Some people are actually afraid of being too happy because of the fear that something tragic might happen next.
13.The longer you hide your feelings for someone, the harder you fall for that person.
14.70% of the time, your brain is only replaying memories and creating scenarios of perfect moments.
15.98% of the time, when someone says they have to ask you a question, you recall all the bad things youve done recently.
Amelia Mary Earhart was born in Atchison, Kansas on July 24th,
1897. From the very beginning, she defied gender roles; she played
basketball, took a course on auto repair and attended college.
Amelia Mary Earhart was born in Atchison, Kansas on July 24th, 1897. From the very beginning, she defied gender roles; she played basketball, took a course on auto repair and attended college. During the World War 1, she served as a Red Cross nurse, aiding in Toronto, Canada. She began to spend time watching pilots in the Royal Flying Corps train at a local airfield while in Toronto.
Post the war, when she returned to the United States, she enrolled at the Columbia University in New York as a pre-med student. She took her first plane ride in California in December 1920 with pilot Frank Hawks, and she was hooked to this ever since.
In January 1921, she started flying lessons, under the guidance of Neta Snook. Later in the year she purchased her own, second-hand airplane, Kinner Airster and called it the Canary. She passed her flight test in December 1921, earning a National Aeronautics Association license. Two days later, she participated in her first flight exhibition at the Sierra Airdrome in Pasadena, California.
She became the first person to fly solo from Hawaii to the United States mainland. She was also the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. During a flight to circumnavigate the globe, she disappeared somewhere over the Pacific Ocean in July 1937. The plane wreckage was never found and she was officially declared, lost at sea. This disappearance remains one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of the twentieth century. Shocking, to see the loss of a woman with such talent, during those times.
Knock, she heard on the door,
A tinge went down her spine
A ray of hope rose from somewhere
Her eyes became alert,
She looked at the door
Hoping this time her son has...
Hoping this time her son has come back,
Come back alive
From the battlefield
Fighting for his nation
He dedicates his life
Sitting behind is a mother in her sorrow and cries
All she can do is hope, hope for the best
Hope for a future with the least unrest
Hope for a day when he comes back breathing
Not the other way
Such mothers deserve a lot more than tears
Hear them out, cause her son is fighting
Fighting so that you can sleep
When all of this has become her nightmare
Which she sleeps in!