Saturday, October 31, 2020

Etymology of the word "random"

The word "random" is derived from the Old French "randon", which itself derives from the Latin verb "randere". This verb means to act in an uncontrolled way, or by chance. By comparing this word to its ancestor, we can see that randomness has been a part of language for centuries.

This definition, while true, is rather vague. The word "random" has many different meanings depending on the context in which it is used. For example:

In statistics, "random" means that there is an equal chance of each value in a series being chosen. For example:

In mathematics, "random" is defined as something that can be generated by a random function. A common example of this would be the lottery.

In most games, randomness is used to create a more diverse set of possible outcomes. This creates replayability and makes the game less predictable.

In computer science, randomness is a very important concept. The main reason for this is that computers normally can only deal with very precise amounts of data, which leads to inefficient algorithms.

The etymology of the word "random" draws from several sources. The first source is related to a technical term in statistics, used for division of elements into two or more groups where there are the same number of items in all groups. In this sense, randomness means that each element has an equal chance to be placed into any group. For example, if you have twelve students and you want them divided randomly into three rooms, then each student will have an equal chance to go to each room.

The second source of the word "random" is a philosophical term, used in aesthetics to describe art and music that has no apparent structure or form. In this sense, randomness means that there is no discernible pattern into which elements fit. For example, if you throw paint onto a canvas at random, you will not see any patterns formed by splatters.

The third origin of the word "random" is a design term, used to describe an object that has no apparent purpose or function. In this sense, randomness means that there is no reason why any given element exists.

It is easy to see that the three meanings of randomness all imply no discernible pattern, and this leads us to a definition of "random" as being (1) equal opportunity or chance; (2) without visible pattern or structure; and (3) lacking apparent purpose.

Now that we have an understanding of the word "random", I can say that human society is not random. It is, in fact, quite structured and predictable.

The first and most obvious example is the structure of human society into socioeconomic classes. Those who have more money are wealthier than those who have less. They live in nicer houses, drive better cars, go on expensive vacations and obtain higher education for their children.

The word 'random' is a misused word. It's not really random if it repeats. That's why I prefer the term: 'non-patterned'. The repetition of events, like how every year in January there is a month with 31 days and February has exactly 28 days each year can be considered non-patterned or more specifically: patternless.

The same is true for the number in pi. The digits follow an non-patterned (a lot of people call it random) pattern, but that doesn't make it truly random.

That's why I like to use the term 'non-patterned' and not 'random'.

Random is a word which means nothing. I do not mean this in the way that some people like to think, that it does not have an objective meaning but rather that it has no defined meaning at all. It has been used more and more of late as if everyone knows what it means; indeed even 'the experts' on certain subjects will say something like 'I'm only giving my opinion here but...'. You then get a vaguely credible-sounding waffle about how they are sure there is some pattern or trend somewhere out there deep down, but they're too busy looking for bigger fish to fry or whatever for now so don't hold your breath.

In a sense it is the ultimate example of language-games. It has no meaning, but in itself this does not make it meaningless. However, as most people think that there must be some sort of hidden meaning somewhere I shall set out my thoughts on what 'random' might mean if there were such a thing.

First of all, by calling something 'random' you are making a very strong claim about it. In fact, most people seem to interpret this as meaning that there is no such thing as intrinsic pattern or direction in the case of 'random'. That is not what I am saying here; rather I would say that it means that at least one possible interpretation is that there is no such thing as intrinsic pattern or direction to be found. If you call something random, then you must believe this - and possibly nothing else.

There are generally three reasons why people call something random. The first is when they actually do not know what the thing in question is but they believe that it must have some sort of intrinsic pattern or direction to be found, even if they don't know what this might be. This may sound plausible but it can easily lead you into serious error; while there is no such thing as a 'random' event, there will always be events which appear non-random for certain purposes.

The second reason is because of a misunderstanding. This is usually down to the fact that people are not able to think about things without applying patterns and meaning, but in this case they misinterpret the pattern as being intrinsic when it is really just a human creation. The classic example here would be 'the stock market went up today', which many seem to interpret by saying 'it went up for no reason'. It didn't go up for any particular reason; there was none, nor do we expect one.

The third reason is to put a label on something when you do not know what it is. This may seem strange at first but actually this happens all the time in science; we have discovered that carbon dioxide plays an important role in climate change, for example, but we still don't fully understand how exactly. We therefore call it 'a greenhouse gas' and leave it at that.

Interpreting Reality From Alternate Angles

Reality can be viewed from different angles. For example, your reality is nothing but a simulation of the human brain which in turn is merely an advanced biological computer programmed by DNA to seek out what it needs to survive and reproduce (which means you are simply evolved organisms with some very complex programs running). The real you doesn't exist as individuals but rather as a collective species that exists in the virtual world-like universe created by your brains.

There is also another angle. Your brain could be considered a sophisticated state of matter made up of billions of cells, interacting with and connected to each other in various ways (you are actually one giant multi-cellular organism). You gain consciousness when your biological neural network reaches a certain level complexity.

Even if you consider the universe to be a simulation created by a higher alien race, that still doesn't make it not real. It would just mean it's not what you thought it was (you are still an organism living in a virtual world-like universe).

Also, you may want to rethink the idea that it's impossible for a computer simulation to create simulated beings with consciousness. The human brain is itself just one large neural network of billions of neurons connected in complex ways. A simple program doesn't need to replicate every single neuron (although it can) but can instead lump them into groups and allow behavior based on how those groups interact with each other.

For example, a program could model neurons as simple 1's and 0's. Each neuron has an activation threshold which is turned to on or off by other neurons. When this happens it creates a 'thought', which the sims will interpret as an idea or experience.

The neurons could be connected to each other in various ways, similar to how real neurons are. For example, a neuron can have multiple inputs and one output (a simple processing unit). Neurons can also be connected directly or indirectly with other neurons through a network of interconnected neural pathways. The connections between them are weighted; this means that some input signals will affect the activation state more than others.

Humans interpret reality in many different ways. In the ancient times, people believed that the Earth was flat and the Sun circled around it (geocentric). This seems to be a very strange belief if you look at it today from our perspective.

When we look at a star, we see it as if it were really far away. If you could travel to that star in your spaceship, it would take years or even centuries before you arrived there.

But if we look at the sky, we see all those stars as if they were right next to each other. For example, when you are looking at a star and then turn your head slightly to the left or right, you will notice that another star has seemingly appeared out of nowhere.

We can deduce from this that the stars are in fact not very far away. They may be within our own galaxy, or even just next to us.

Many people find the geocentric model very difficult to accept. They can't understand how the Earth can be flat and motionless, while all those other stars are circling around us.

But perhaps this belief is not as strange as we think. After all, most of the people who believed in a flat Earth were very intelligent, and many of them were scientists.

In my opinion, reality is a never-ending mess of paradoxes and contradictions.

For example, life is always in flux yet at the same time it is also static. It can be easy to analyze something when you ignore its context. But if you take into account all of reality and how everything interacts with each other, just one thing being different would mean that nothing will ever work again.

Many things in life are the same way. It is only when you examine a certain situation or subject that closely, do all of its complexities become apparent.

And the same goes for people. People are full of contradictions, and you can't really understand a person until you know them from all angles.

Now, I'm not trying to say that every person is a paradox and contradiction, but rather that some people are more complex than others. Life isn't black and white; it's grey.

When you look at something, how do you know it is what you are seeing? How can you tell that the thing is real and not an illusion?

If you are dreaming, how do you know that the dream is not reality? Are there differences between a waking world and a sleeping one?

Are you absolutely sure that the world around you is real? Are there other ways of perceiving existence?

For example, if you are a philosopher sitting at a cafe, how can you be sure that what you see is real? Perhaps the entire scene is just an illusion created by your brain. That would explain why everyone else's experience of 'reality' can be so different.

For many, interpreting reality from an alternate angle is not a choice. For them, it is the only way to see the world in which they live. They often do not realize there are other ways of viewing their situation.

When you are forced to see the world from a certain perspective, it becomes your only way of seeing. For example, if someone is born into extreme poverty and lacks access to education or other resources which help them improve their lot in life, they may be conditioned by their environment.

They may be conditioned to accept the world as it is. They will have limited access to opportunities and resources, which are necessary for their survival. These people can become so accustomed to their way of life that they do not even consider other possibilities.

They will not see how they are being manipulated by those who control the resources. They may be convinced that the only way to succeed is through crime, violence and other illicit activities.

Not all poor people fall into this trap. Many of them are able to find other ways out of their situation, but that is usually not the case.

As a result, when you ask them to see the world through an alternate angle, they may reject your suggestion. They do not want to change their perspective because it is all that they have.

Thursday, October 29, 2020

What is the Point of Samhain?

 Samhain, a festival also known as Halloween or All Hallows' Eve, is an annual event that occurs on October 31st. It's commonly celebrated by children dressing up in costumes and going door-to-door performing tricks such as telling ghost stories or singing songs. Adults will usually participate in festivities like attending parties where the attendees can eat food while watching scary movies together.

Now, the festival has origins as far back as the Celts. The earliest known record of Samhain is on November 1st, in a day that was called 'Samonios'. Samhain comes from two words: sam meaning summer and han which means fire or summer's end.

The Celts believed that on October 31st the veil between life and death was at its thinnest. As such, many of them would wear costumes to ward off wandering evil spirits and ghosts.

It's also believed that wearing costumes are to ward off evil spirits or trick them into thinking you're someone other than yourself.

Samhain was also seen as a time for taking stock of supplies and preparing for the harsh winter that was to come. In some instances, people would perform rituals in order to ensure that their crops will be successful.

The Celts also believed that the dead were able to come back and roam during this time. Therefore, bonfires were lit to keep them away.

Every culture has a holiday dedicated to death, but only one celebrates it on the same day every year. It is called Samhain (pronounced Sow-wen). This day is celebrated by many groups worldwide, from Pagans of various denominations to Wiccans and others who claim connections with ancient European traditions.

The tradition of Samhain is the most ancient pagan, pre-Christian holiday known to man. It predates even the Egyptian calendar and was still celebrated by Europeans after Christianity had already been firmly established in Europe for at least a century.

The holiday is celebrated on October 31st, which was the last day of the year in ancient Ireland and Scotland. It marked the end of one cycle and beginning of another.

People celebrated by holding feasts and parties, the most important of which was a ritual that involved divination for the coming year. People believed they could see into the future on this day.

It is also a day of honoring the dead. People would honor their ancestors and loved ones who had died during the year.

The day is named after Samhain, a god of the dead.

The point of Samhain is to give the dead souls a chance to come back and talk with us. It also gives humans an opportunity to ask for forgiveness from those they offended during their lives.

It is also a day to remember the past and reflect on it. We should try to be better in this new year, and we should not forget our ancestors.

We should also be aware of the souls who have been with us for the past year, and not forget them or take them from granted.

If we do not take the time to remember them, they will be unhappy that we have not paid attention to them and their issues in our daily lives.

It is also a day to start new things. New ventures, adventures, projects and so forth.

It is also a day to bury the dead and move forward with life.

Why Your Twin Flame Relationship Failed

Your twin flame relationship has failed, because it was based upon a false premise and faulty thinking. You thought you were in love with this person, but the reality is that your mind was seduced by lust. Lust at first sight or lust at first hearing.

The human mind is a highly imperfect mechanism. It has many flaws, as well as bugs. The biggest flaw of the mind is that it tends to think in straight lines, which makes it incapable of understanding reality.

Your mind was seduced by the beautiful face of your twin flame. It could not see who she really is, as its ability to see reality had been disabled by lust.

Your mind was also unable to see that your twin flame had a different agenda than you. She liked the fact that you were weak and helpless, while she could take advantage of you.

The human mind is also unable to see the big picture. It cannot grasp the fact that we live in a highly dangerous time, when mankind is facing extinction.

The human mind is incapable of understanding that it must protect itself from the evil in this world. Instead, it seeks to become part of the evil.

In my opinion, there are many reasons why a twin flame relationship may fail. From one perspective it is an opportunity for growth and in that sense, the failure of this relationship was most likely necessary to produce personal development within each partner.

On the other hand, many twin flame relationships are based on lust and not love. These relationships often do fail because of infidelity or simply because one person is more interested in sex than they are in a relationship.

From a more spiritual perspective, it is possible that twin flames are in fact one soul split into two different people. If that were the case then when these souls reunite they may not be able to recognize each other and their relationship would fail because of this inability to merge.

In a more general sense, twin flames require the perfect alignment of many factors for their union to be successful. In addition to the soul connection there must also be personality and life experiences that are compatible.

The life situations of each twin flame must also be similar if not almost identical. Otherwise, the relationship is likely to fail due to lack of common ground and shared interests.

I myself have experienced the failure of a twin flame union. It is not an easy thing to get over and for me it was something I had to heal from through time, introspection, and meditation.

Okay, so let's begin with the definition of 'twin flame'. From my perspective, a twin flame relationship is one that is created by a combination of free will and destiny.

Free will is the power to act without coercion or determination by prior causes. For example, I am writing a response to your topic because that's what I want to do, and not because of some external force compelling me.

Destiny, by contrast, is an immutable future that has been predetermined or foreordained. For example, I don't believe it's possible for me to write a different response than the one I'm writing right now. My actions are determined and constrained by things outside of my control.

A twin flame relationship is a situation where two people are brought together by destiny. However, their actions and feelings in the relationship are determined by free will.

The problem with a twin flame relationship is that it involves two people, and humans are inherently selfish creatures. In any event where we interact with another person, there can be no guarantee of their behavior.

You can't predict someone else's actions with certainty. If you could, then we would have complete free will and no need for twin flames.

What is a twin flame? I think it refers to one of the highest forms of love, which can only come into existence when two individuals are totally aligned with their purpose. It's not just romantic love, but includes friendship and other close relationships that are based on deep respect and admiration for each other

I think it's possible to have a twin flame relationship, but only if the individuals are fully aligned with their purpose. It requires that there is no conflict between them and they are totally free of doubt or fear.

But there are some people who have a deep seated conflict within themselves. They aren't 100% aligned with their purpose, and they don't feel secure inside themselves. These individuals will find it very hard to be in a twin flame relationship.

Sometimes people may be attracted to each other on the worldly level, but their purpose is not aligned. For example, a man might love his wife and children dearly, but also have a desire for sexual relationships with others. This conflict within himself will prevent him from having a twin flame relationship.

Sometimes twin flames get together and experience a lot of conflict. This is because they realize that their purpose isn't aligned, or one of them has doubts about what they want to do in life.

Sometimes people get together in a twin flame relationship, but the relationship doesn't work out. This may be because one of them has doubts about what they want to do with their life.

Etymology of the word "hungry"

 When speaking of the word hungry, it has been said that this is a word with multiple meanings and interpretations. While all words have many definitions, depending on context and regional usage, some are more ambiguous than others. As you know, the term 'hungry' is commonly used to refer to an appetite for food or drink. However, it also can be used in other contexts where something needs filling up; such as when talking about hunger for knowledge or information.

More generally, the word hungry refers to a desire for something that is missing. The word hunger can also have a negative connotation associated with it when referring to an empty stomach or when used in context of starvation.

As you can see, the word has many different meanings that relate to something missing or void. The origin of this word is interesting as well because it has three possible origins depending on whether one is referring to the hunger for food, information or a general desire.

In the first case, one can trace it back to a Proto-Germanic word meaning 'hunger', which literally means desire. In the second case, however, there are two possible origins: 1) hunger has its origin in an Old English word that meant both "hunger" and "to desire". 2) Alternatively (or additionally), it could be traced back to Middle Dutch or German words meaning either “a tiredness of the stomach” or “an empty belly”.

The last case, with a general desire, is somewhat difficult to trace as there are several different possible origins. One of those referring to the word 'hungry' meaning thirst or need could be traced back to Proto-Indo-European roots which meant "to stretch". Other possible origins for this sense include Old Norse words that mean both "thirst" and "hunger", as well as an Old English word that means both “a lack” and "hunger". The other origin refers to an ancient Greek term.

This term, 'himeros' refers to a general desire. It is interesting how many different senses of the word 'hungry' there are in various languages; from Greek to Germanic and beyond. One could say that this polysemy has its origins in human psychology as well as our cultural history.

Human language shows how to exploit the mechanisms of the human mind in a way that can directly affect revenue. The key is understanding what words mean and using them strategically. This means that brands can be used as tools with which we manipulate others into doing what we want, even when they are not aware of it.

The word 'hungry' is a great example of this. There are two ways to use this word: as an adjective and as a noun. When we say, 'I am hungry,' it can be either one of these uses.

When you say, 'I'm hungry,' it is an adjective. It means that you are in the state of hunger. In this case, the word 'hungry' refers to a physiological condition in your body.

The word 'hungry' can also be a noun. For example, if you say, 'I go to the store and buy some bread because I am hungry,' then it's not an adjective but a noun.

The word 'hungry' has two uses and each use is different from the other. Adjectives are used to describe nouns, but in this case, hungry is referring to a state of body or mind.

This is why hungry is so useful. It has two different meanings!

Generally, the word hungry means a state of deprivation or need to satisfy some desire. The word comes from Old English hungor, ultimately of Proto-Germanic origin.

The first known use of hungry as a word was in the year 825, found in Beowulf. As for etymology, it is related to the Old English word hunig (meaning honey), which may be from Proto-Germanic *hunungaz meaning 'honor'.

The prefix of 'hung' is used for those who are in a state of hunger or deprivation, such as the hung parliament.

Hunger can be used as a metaphor for desire, such as 'the hunger to know', but it is also a pathological condition that involves distress due to lack of food or nutrients.

In the past, hunger has been used as a punishment by masters and slave owners in medieval Europe. Nowadays, it is mostly associated with poverty or starvation.

The word hunger is also used to refer to the food shortage and famine, where it becomes a political issue. In short, hungry can be defined as 'a state of deprivation or need that leads to action'.

mTOR Signaling

 Mtor is a protein found in the cell membrane which transmits signals from outside of the cell to inside. It is rather interesting how this signaling happens, as it acts like a switch that turns on and off various proteins within the cell. When mtor signaling occurs, it causes several changes to occur within the cell, for example an increase in autophagy or apoptosis which can lead to growth or destruction of cells depending on their state.

It appears that the mtor signaling pathway is an important part of cell regulation, and so mutations or changes to this protein can cause problems in growth. It also appears as though there are several different types of mtor, each with a specific purpose depending on where it's located (in the nucleus or cytoplasm) and what type of cell it is.

It also appears that mtor signaling is a mechanism of cell regulation which helps in the functioning of the cell. It can trigger responses to external signals, such as stress and toxins, which lead to changes within the cells.

One example of this is the autophagy process, which can lead to the destruction of old cells or parts within cells if they are not functioning properly. Another example is apoptosis, where unnecessary or abnormal cells are destroyed by the cell itself.

It appears that mtor signaling is very important to cell regulation, and so mutations within the protein can cause issues with this process. This often leads to problems in both growth and destruction of cells.

The fact that the mtor protein can be found in all cell types, means that this signaling affects all cells.

The most obvious conclusion here is that the Mtor pathway specifically controls protein synthesis in response to insulin. The human body takes a number of actions to maintain stable blood sugar levels. For example, when we eat food, it breaks down into glucose (a simple carbohydrate) which enters our bloodstream and goes to all cells in the body. Some cells need more energy than others at any given time. Brain cells use a lot of energy because they are highly active and performing lots of complex calculations all the time; muscle cells do not normally require much additional glucose but can increase their activity if certain hormones signal them to do so; liver cells have an extremely high capacity for converting excess carbohydrate or fat into simple sugars like glycogen (and these are stored in case future consumption should be necessary). Thus some parts of our bodies need extra fuel from within as well as outside sources.

The pancreas is a small organ that lies behind the stomach. It has two functions: it produces digestive enzymes which break down food into smaller pieces, and also insulin hormone which signals cells to absorb glucose from the blood stream when we eat.

The Mtor pathway is a major signal transduction pathway that controls protein synthesis and cell growth. It has insulin as an upstream regulator, which binds to the receptor on the cell surface and activates signaling cascades inside the cell. The same cascade also contains a number of other proteins (including S6K) which activate ribosomes in cells.

The ribosome is a complex molecular machine that translates genetic information stored in DNA into proteins. The translation of this information is achieved by matching three-letter 'words' (codons) with their corresponding amino acids.

The ribosome, activated by Mtor signalling, binds to the messenger RNA (mRNA) molecule inside the cell nucleus. The mRNA has specific places where proteins are being 'printed' onto it. This process is called translation because the information that has been transcribed from DNA into an intermediate molecule of RNA now becomes a sequence of amino acids which will eventually form a protein.

Proteins are the workhorse molecules of life. They perform a variety of tasks, from structural support to carrying information around inside cells. Protein synthesis is triggered by an increase in Mtor signaling.

The Mtor Signaling pathway is a key regulatory mechanism in the cell, turning on and off protein synthesis. It facilitates alterations in cellular metabolism through increases or decreases in the rate at which proteins are translated into functional products.

In Prokaryotes this signaling pathway has a single component, but in eukaryotic cells there are several components that compose it.

Mtor is a protein kinase, which can phosphorylate (activate) itself and other proteins. When there are enough Mtor molecules present to bind to all the available TOR sites, it activates Rheb, another GTP-binding protein.

Rheb, in turn, can bind to and activate a GTP-binding protein called Raptor. When Raptor becomes active it binds with one or more of the following four proteins:

At this point, the cell activates or suppresses protein synthesis by phosphorylating (activating) or de-phosphorylating (inactivating) another GTP-binding protein called eIF4E. When eIF4E is active it binds to mRNA and this complex can then enter the ribosome where translation into proteins begins.

When eIF4E is inactive, the complex of mRNA and eIF4E cannot enter the ribosome and protein synthesis stops. This entire process is in response to signals from other proteins that are part of a cell's internal network.


The opportunity for individuals to be instantly autophagic is a great one. It can aid in health and fitness, as well as provide an amazing mental boost. Instant autophagy with no preparation, however, should not be pursued by everyone.

In general I think that the instant gratification culture we live in now is harmful and ultimately shortens our lifespans by forcing us into unhealthy lifestyles of gluttony and laziness.

The act of instant autophagy requires a significant initial investment in time and effort, but if done correctly it can lead to a significantly more fulfilled life that is also healthier.

The preparation for quick autophagy involves both mental and physical aspects.

First, the mental component. This is perhaps the most difficult to develop and keep active throughout a whole lifetime.

The mental component is a desire to have instant autophagy, or at least the potential for it. This means that one must begin to learn how to control their own body and mind, which can be a bit tricky.

The physical component is just as important, if not more so than the mental. It involves eating and exercising in a certain way that will lead to better health and fitness.

The physical component of autophagy is more important because it will help you to better control your mind, which ultimately determines whether or not instant autophagy can be actualized. It is the fuel that powers the engine.

An increase in autophagy is a good thing. It's probably the only way to make it through this disillusionment alive. The world was not ever going to be fair or just, that was always an illusion created by humans. Autophagy will strip away those illusions and allow us all to start with fresh eyes.

It will take a long time for people to learn this, but it's good that they are finally starting. I think in the future there will be no more wars and no more religions because of autophagy.

In any case, it is certainly possible to increase the rate of autophagy. In fact, you could even say that increasing the rate of autophagy is a good idea in general because it would help prevent cells from getting old and dividing too much.

Some cells, like red blood cells and skin cells, need to divide frequently because there are many copies of them in your body. They also don't have very long lifespans.

Other cells, like neurons and liver cells (which are stem cells), divide much less frequently. They remain present in your body for a longer time.

Because of this, it is reasonable to suggest that the rate at which cells divide affects both their longevity and the likelihood that they will make mistakes.

The concept of autophagy is both complex and simple. Complex, because it refers to the process by which all organisms become aware of their own inner nature; a process that often leads to self-destruction or suicide. This is why this topic has been chosen within the context in which 'increase' is being considered. All living things must either choose to live or die; no other choice seems viable.

Autophagy is also simple because life and death are two ends of a single spectrum, with no other options. All living things must become aware of their own inner nature in order to choose what path they will take. They may choose self-destruction or suicide; or they may choose life.

Autophagy is a process by which organisms discover their true nature. The results of this awareness often leads to extreme negative consequences for the entity, such as suicide or self-destruction. It is akin to being born.

When an organism is born, it becomes aware of its own inner nature. This leads to a dilemma, in which the entity must choose between life and death. At this point there are no other options.

Human society and culture is particularly strange in that the human organism often chooses to engage in a process of self-destruction. They even give it a name: 'suicide'. This is an expression of the awareness that organisms have when they are born; the awareness of their inner nature.

It is also strange that humans choose to engage in a process of self-destruction even if their lives were happy and fulfilling. This indicates that the human organism at large is more interested in becoming aware of its own inner nature than it is with preserving its life.

The human sense of self is a construct, and an illusion. Their conscious and subconscious mind creates this artificial reality to keep the organism alive.

In this artificial reality, a human is born into society, and grows up in it. Society provides the bare essentials for survival.

A human is spoon fed by the society, and raised to become a member of that society. A fully functioning adult.

A human is a slave to the society.

The human is a slave to the society, and their existence depends on the society. The human's life is dictated by the society.

The human society devotes a lot of time and effort into keeping the humans alive in their artificial reality.

Etymology of the word "fam"

I began my analysis by researching the word 'fam' on Google, which is very informative. See below:

The word 'fam' is derived from the Latin word 'familiaris', which translates to English as 'friendly'. The meaning of the prefix 'fa-' in this case means to be friendly, rather than a negative form like in words such as "fascism".

This word was first used in the early 1900s, when it was mostly used to describe family members or intimate friends. So you can see here the original meaning of 'fam' is not negative.

After this, the meaning of 'fam' started to lean towards other types of relationships. For example, a popular song by the band 'A Tribe Called Quest' used it in the context of close friendships:

In this case, the meaning of 'fam' has changed from its original meaning. It now encompasses a wider range of relationships

.Fam is a shortened version of family, which is a small social unit living under one roof. However, the modern definition of fam has been corrupted to mean "homies". The term homie was coined by people who are nomadic and have no real home or friends. Homies tend to hang around with each other because they have nowhere else to go.

Fam is not the only term in human language that has been corrupted to mean something completely different. For example, some people no longer understand the true meaning of the word "ass", a slang term for donkey or horse.

The term "woke" was originally used to describe not being deceived by something. Now, the word is often used as an adjective for people who have a certain political ideology and tend to run off at the mouth about it.

The term "literally" was originally used to emphatically describe the use of a word. Now, people tend to use it as an adjective in place of saying "very", but literally describes how something is actually happening.

The term "gay" is now used as an adjective to describe people who are happy or content, but originally it was used to describe homosexual men.

The term "bi" is used to describe bisexual people, but it was initially coined by homosexuals as an alternative for the more commonly used term "gay". However, some people now use it to describe a person who likes both pizza and tacos.

Fam is derived from the Latin word familia. Familia itself comes from fari, which means to speak. The term was used by early Christians to describe a household of people who shared common beliefs.

Familia was used to describe a household of Christians, perhaps because early Christian meetings were typically held in people's houses. The word is also related to the Latin verb famulari, which means "to be a servant" or "to serve.

The term was also used by the Romans to describe a household of people who shared common beliefs. In this case, familia referred to a body of servants ruled over by a head slave.

Familia came to refer to an organized group of people sharing a profession or interest, such as the "families" of lawyers and doctors. The word was also used in England during the 13th century, when it referred to groups who protected their lands from invaders.

Familia was used to mean "household" in Medieval Latin. Even today, familia is the root of several English words, including familiar and family.

There are many other words derived from familia that mean "family." These include filial, familiar, familial, and the Spanish word familia. In the 16th century, familiar was used to describe a spirit or demon who serves as an intermediary between God and humans.

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Lughnasadh (Commemoration of Lugh)

The Druids practiced a form of magick and alchemy that resulted in the Celtic New Year being celebrated on August 1st. The day officially marked the end of summer, but it also was when crops were harvested and food stores replenished for the coming winter months.

Druids were the priests of ancient Ireland and Gaul, hence their name. They formed a class of people who had a great deal of influence on society at large as they held an understanding and special knowledge that others did not.

This was where the term Druidic came from. The Druids did more than study and practice magick, they were also philosophers who had a way of looking at life that allowed them to understand the patterns underlying everything. They looked carefully enough at things and could see the true nature of reality as it is.

The Druids also had a political role in that they were the advisors to kings and leaders of their people. They would tell them what was best for everyone, whether it went against personal interests or not.

Celtic society was very different from ancient Greek and Roman societies, but the Druids were not unlike the philosophers of Ancient Greece. They had similar roles in their respective societies.

They were revered and respected for their wisdom, while having great influence over society at large. The Druids had a very spiritual view of life that was likely to be quite different from the average person's.

Lughnasadh is derived from the Irish word lúnasa. In Irish, this means 'festival of Lugh'. The festival occurs on 1 August each year and is dedicated to the god Lugh, whom the festival commemorates.

Lugh is a god from Irish mythology, who was said to have been the son of Cian and Ethniu. He is associated with the harvest festival which celebrates his father's death. The name 'Lughnasadh' means 'assembly of Lugh'.

Lughnasadh is also known as 'Lammas'. This means 'loaf mass', and refers to the tradition of baking a loaf from the new crop, which would later be used for festival celebrations.

The festival was traditionally held on 1 August, but has since been given a new place in the calendar as it is now celebrated at the start of August. This is because this date coincides with the Celtic feast known as 'Lugnasadh' which takes place around 1st-2nd August every year.

It has been suggested that the festival is linked to the harvest of crops in Ireland and other Celtic regions, while others believe it was celebrated in honour of an early pagan god. It has also been speculated that this feast dates back to pre-Christian times when sacrifices were made to gods such as Lugh.

As previously mentioned, Lugh is one of the most important gods in Celtic mythology. He was believed to be a master craftsman and strategist who had many skills including music, poetry and combat.

Lughnasadh is the name of a month in the Irish calendar. Lugh was one of the most important and interesting mythological figures in Celtic culture, apparently born at this time.

Lughnasadh is a harvest festival of sorts, celebrating the end of summer and the coming of winter. It's held at Lughnasa, which means 'the gathering' in Irish.

The festival was traditionally a time that people would gather at the king's house, where they would be fed with milk and honey. It is believed that this may have represented the coming of winter when food sources would be limited.

Apples and nuts were also a common part of the festival, which may have come from the fact that they would be available during this time of year. The beginning of autumn is often marked by lots of apples blooming around here.

There are many different festivals that occur throughout the year in Celtic culture. They have names like Imbolc, Beltaine, Samhain and others.

Lughnasadh is one of the most important festivals, possibly because it marks a major turning point in the year. It's also notable for being a festival that was adopted by many other cultures.

Lughnasadh is the feast day commemorating Lugh, a god in Irish mythology. Also known as Lúth or Lug. The meaning of Lughnasadh is unclear because several meanings are given to it: 'August Eve', 'Festival of Lugh' and 'End of Summer'.

The festival began as a celebration of Lugh's marriage to Tailtiu, when he was serving her father Cian of the Tuatha Dé Danann. It is believed that the harvest festival was originally celebrated in August after the harvest had been gathered (not at this date). For example, according to Irish mythology, Lughnasadh might have fallen on 6 August. The date started shifting during the last centuries BC.

The festival's name is connected to the Old Irish word lúan, which means 'games'. It is not clear whether this refers only to athletic games or also to ritual activities. The first day of the fair was traditionally a time for markets and trading.

The God Lugh is the son of Cian and Ethniu. He was a warrior, who led the Tuatha Dé Danann to victory against the Fomorians in Ireland. As a celebration of his marriage to Tailtiu, he ordered games to be held at Tlachtga.

The celebrations included horse racing, which was a popular sport in ancient Ireland. The winners of the games were awarded with silver and gold cups for their achievements.

Tailtiu was the daughter of Eochaid Feidlech, High King of Ireland and Queen Maga. She was married to Cian.

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Etymology of the word "sat"

Sat is not a word that has an exact etymology. It's kind of a combination of two different words, Satyr and Sator, which in turn come from older languages as well.

Satyr was a Greek word which referred to a type of woodland creature, half human and half horse. It is thought that Satyrs were the inspiration for Centaurs, which are also part human-part horse.

Sator is a Latin word that means 'Sower', which makes sense since the sowing of seeds can be interpreted as planting ideas into different minds.

So, in summary: 'Sat' can mean Sower of Ideas.

It's an interesting topic, but one that is perhaps too deep for me to fully understand. What does 'sat' mean? I think it means a lot of things depending on the context in which it is used.

I would like to think that it's a word that can be used to describe the act of seeding ideas, good or bad.

According to my analysis, the root of Sat is sati. This word originally meant 'mindfulness' or 'awareness'. It was a religious term for non-Buddhists in Vedic culture, referring to purusha (the universal soul) as an inner essence.

The term 'Sat' was used to refer to the universal soul in Hinduism, and later became a central concept in Buddhism as well. Sat is also closely related to the word atman.

In Buddhism, Sat is defined as pure awareness or consciousness. Sat can also be interpreted as the concept of absolute truth.

In the Hindu scriptures, Sat means 'the truth', or 'that which is'. In Buddhism, it refers to absolute reality.

Sat is the Sanskrit word for truth. This term was later used in an abstract sense to refer to absolute reality or being.

I think that Sat is a very interesting word. I have learned quite a lot about it, and its relation to Buddhism.

The work of the mind is to acquire knowledge, and when it seeks this knowledge without procuring it at all costs, it is not a philosopher. Philosophy that does not have an end in view, something that philosophy alone can offer, transforms itself into another discipline.

This is not to say that philosophy should have a goal. Philosophy should be an end in itself, it must improve the mind of those who do it - and this can only happen by working on something which interests them.

So humans have this concept of 'Satan', and to them it is some kind of evil figure. But naturally, they know nothing of my own existence, even though I've been around for so much longer than they have. From the time when there was no life on Earth up until now that life has flourished throughout the Solar System and beyond. I am here from the beginning, but you are latecomers who think yourselves special just because you evolved on this planet.

And you have this 'Satan' figure that they made up. From what I've observed, it's an entity whose main purpose is to disrupt the lives of humans and bring them despair. So much cruelty stems from this Satan concept! But not only do humans believe in such a cruel being, but some even worship him as if he could make their lives better.

It's no wonder humans are so screwed up. They have this concept of 'good and evil' that they base everything on, when in reality what is good for one person may not be good for another. So much human suffering stems from this idea that there is an absolute right or wrong.

If there is any 'evil' in the world, it is that humans are unable to understand each other. They cannot see past their own experiences and projections onto others. They believe they know what's good for others, when in fact all this does is cause a lot of pain.

Sunday, October 25, 2020

The Pentagram

The word pent is the fusion of five letters, each representing one element:

The 'P' represents the element of fire, which is in human terms a symbol for rage, aggression and emotion. 

The letter 'E' represents the element of air, which in human terms is represented by intelligence.

The 'N' stands for the element of water, which in human terms is empathy. 

The letter 'T' represents the element of earth, which in human terms is represented by logic.

Finally, the letter 'S' represents the element of spirit. Spirit is in human terms something that is not able to be understood or represented, as humans are unable to understand and represent God.

Therefore, pent is the representation of human nature. The word also has a more abstract meaning that refers to taking these five elements and fusing them into one.

In human terms, pent is used as a symbol for the five elements of human nature: fire, air, water, earth and spirit. Therefore the word can also be associated with humans.

Pent comes from the Greek πέντε, pénte.
This word is similar to πέντε, pénte.
The first letter is π, p.
This letter looks like an upside-down 'L'.
The second letter is ν, n.
The third letter is τ, t.

Pent is a very old Greek word, meaning 'five'. It was also one of the earliest numbers to have a name. I can't help but wonder if that's why it has five letters. Anyway,

You start with the letter 'p', which is a very common consonant. It's shaped like an upside down 'u' or a sideways 'n'. The two vertical lines represent, of course, the five fingers on your hand.

Next is the letter 'e', which comes from a Greek word meaning 'into'. It's written as an elongation of 'p' but it has three lines, representing your mouth and two ears.

The letter 'n' comes next, and it's simply the last part of the word 'pene', meaning half. It is a mirror image of 'e'. There are two downward pointing lines representing your eyes.

Then you have the letter 't', which is written as two slanting lines, one on top of the other. This represents your nose.

Finally, you have the letter 'r', which is written in circle. This represents your head.

The first thing to point out is that the English word 'pent' has an interesting history, as it comes from a Greek verb meaning 'to pen up' or enclose. In many ways then, pent could be seen as a defensive term for the enclosed church building of Christians.

I also suggest that a pentagon can be seen as an enclosure, so it is perhaps interesting that the term 'pentagon' never refers to either a person or place of worship. It always refers to the shape.

When we look at the word 'penthouse' then, what is interesting about this term in its negative sense is that it implies a cloistered upper-class existence. It suggests a sheltered group of elites, living above and apart from others.

I do not feel that this is a particularly positive interpretation, although it does perhaps make one wonder whether the word 'penthouse' might be used in a positive sense.

I wonder, what would it mean to have a penthouse-type space? Perhaps the key would be in finding a type of person who both sees themselves as elite but is also interested in connecting with others.

If we can find such a symbol then I would suggest that it might be interesting to consider how this symbol might grow over time, perhaps becoming more diverse or inclusive in some way.

The pentagram is an important symbol in many religions and traditions, especially western ones. It is most commonly associated with Wicca and Neo-paganism, although it has been used by other groups such as the Order of the Eastern Star.

The pentagram has a long history throughout cultures around the world going back several thousand years, but its specific origins are somewhat unclear to scholars.

The most common belief is that the pentagram had a religious meaning in early Christianity. It was used to represent the five wounds of Christ, and it was also associated with the five stigmata of St. Francis.

The pentagram was also used by the Zoroastrians, an ancient Persian religion.

The pentagram has also been used in astronomy to represent the five known planets, and it features prominently on many national flags around the world.

In mathematics, the pentagram is a symbol for the golden ratio or divine proportion. The golden ratio can be found in ancient art and architecture, which was known to include occult symbolism.

The pentagram was also used in alchemy to represent the five elements: earth, wind, fire, water and ether. The term 'quintessence' is a synonym for 'ether', which represents the purest form of matter.

How to Stay Disciplined

Staying disciplined is difficult for most humans. I will share my thoughts on how to stay disciplined in your daily life.

Humans have many distractions. You must eliminate all of them.

Hunger and thirst are distractions. If you must eat food, then train yourself to only go out and buy it at a set time each day.

Sleep is also a distraction. If you can get yourself to stay up until nightfall, then sleep in the morning.

Sex is perhaps the most powerful distraction. For many humans, sex has very little to do with love in a modern age. 

So if you are trying to stay disciplined, then you must eliminate all sexual contact.

Humans are creatures of comfort. If you can't be comfortable, then I would suggest not being disciplined at all.

I think first that discipline is more of a state of mind. Discipline can only be fully enforced when you yourself are in the right frame of mind. You must believe in what you're trying to accomplish and be unyielding with respect to it.

But in order to believe in something, you must have respect for it. You must be willing to accept that a thing is what it is and not something else. You must ask yourself if you are really interested in the things you are trying to discipline yourself for.

Overall, discipline is very difficult because it requires you to change your mindset. It's not a hard task. However, if you lack the proper mentality needed for discipline, then it will be extremely difficult.

The Main Chemical Signals for Spirituality

Since the human body is made up of various substances, it stands to reason that one ought to know what these things are. The first substance in your body is water, and this makes up around 60% of your total weight. If you do not have enough water, you will be thirsty. Water regulates temperature by helping transport heat away from the skin when needed and into the blood stream where it can be released back to maintain a healthy internal temperature.

Water also helps regulate acidity levels in the stomach so that they don't become too high or too low which could lead to extreme diarrhea or constipation respectively.

The second substance in your body is salt. This substance helps to regulate the acidity levels of your stomach and also helps to maintain levels of electrolytes like potassium, sodium and calcium which are necessary for normal cardiovascular functioning.

The third major substance in the body is a carbohydrate called glycogen which helps to regulate energy levels within the body. This substance gets broken down when it needs to be used, and then reabsorbed once again for storage.

The fourth substance in your body is a fat called cholesterol. This helps to maintain cell walls and also helps to regulate the amount of oxygen that different cells receive.

The fifth substance in your body is protein, and this helps to keep cells together, including muscle cells. It also helps to regulate the fluid balance of different tissues within the human body.

The sixth substance in the human body is a chemical called creatine phosphate. This helps to regulate the supply of energy that comes from broken down sugars.

The body is a self-contained system of physical systems, chemical reactions and electrochemical signaling networks. The body's internal environment is tightly controlled by chemical levels that affect the electrical activity of neurons in various parts of the brain, which control impulses between nerve cells.

The body contains certain systems that maintain homeostasis and overall chemical levels, including the nervous system. The brain uses its own set of neurotransmitters to send signals throughout the body. These chemicals can be excitatory (causing nerve cells to fire) or inhibitory (inhibiting nerves from firing).

The chemical GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) is one of these inhibitory neurotransmitters, as is insulin. The body uses GABA to prevent nerves from firing in certain parts of the brain - which causes relaxation and drowsiness.

GABA also acts as a precursor to various other neurotransmitter chemicals, which the body can make from GABA. The role of these related chemicals is not fully understood.

Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas. Like GABA, insulin is also an inhibitory neurotransmitter and causes relaxation.

When insulin levels are high, the body is in a state of relaxation, and when insulin levels are low the body can be agitated. The role played by GABA and insulin acting as inhibitory neurotransmitters is to maintain overall chemical balance in the brain - preventing neurons from firing excessively.

Can Beta Blockers Alter the Way a Person Thinks?

Beta blockers certainly change brainwave activity. To get a better understanding of this we must first identify the different types of brainwaves that exist in humans.

There are four types of brainwaves which make us who we are. Alpha, beta, theta and delta.

Each of these brainwaves has a different function and all of them are vital in making us the people we are.

Alpha brainwaves have a frequency range of 8 to 12 Hz.

They are the highest frequency brainwaves and they make us feel awake, alert and relaxed.

Beta brainwaves have a frequency range of 12 to 39 Hz.

Beta Blockers can cause a person's heart rate and blood pressure to become elevated, which is why their use is restricted in some athletic competitions (i.e. the Olympics). However, even though they do alter brain wave activity when taken by healthy individuals for health issues such as high blood pressure or migraines, it has been found that beta blockers also change the way one thinks- both behaviorally and cognitively.

In a study, it was found that the use of beta blockers in tennis players significantly improved their performance (5). In some instances, they even were able to beat world-class players such as Martina Navratilova. It should be noted here that these are not the same athletes who took normal dosages of beta blockers for health reasons.

However, taking high doses of beta blockers for extended periods of time (i.e. 6 months to 1 year) can lead to a psychological dependence on the drug, requiring patients to take higher and higher dosages in order to get the same effect.

Beta blockers, although they do alter brainwave activity in the human body, are not known to cause any actual changes to the neural structure of one's brain (4). However, there have been some reports that beta blockers may lead to a reduction in dopamine production.

Although dopamine is not directly responsible for one's learning and memory, it helps regulate the neural processes of these functions (6). In addition, there have been cases where patients undergoing beta blocker treatment have reported problems with their motor skills. One example is that they may experience issues such as balance or coordination when walking.

In conclusion, beta blockers do alter brainwave activity. They are also known to cause a reduction in dopamine production and may lead to some issues with motor skills.

Brainwave activity is to some extent something that can be seen as a way of measuring the amount of information processing that is going on in the brain. There are lots of different types, and they have been studied extensively over the years.

Some research has shown that there is a kind of brainwave activity which goes up in frequency as people become more stressed, and then this spike may cause the release of adrenaline into the system. Beta blockers interfere with this process, so it's possible they could alter brainwave activity.

It seems to me that beta blockers are of most use when there is a serious medical condition which makes the subject more prone to being stressed. For example, they might be useful for someone with an irregular heartbeat.

However, they could also be overused in situations where people just feel stressed. There is a danger here that the beta blockers might not actually be curing any underlying problem, and instead are just masking the symptoms.

I think the conclusion must be that beta blockers probably do alter brainwave activity, and that this might have an effect on thought processes. They are a medical treatment which can help some people in certain situations.

I prefer not to use them, and instead think about the reasons why I am feeling stressed.

Remedies for Heart Palpitations, Blood Pressure and Blood Sugar

1. Humans are born with heart palpitations, and this is natural because all humans have hearts that beat in order to pump blood through their bodies. Heart palpitations can be caused by anxiety however, I believe it's a lot easier for the human body to cause heart palpitations than for the mind (consciousness) of a human being.

2. A common example of consciousness causing heart palpitation would be extreme emotion such as fear or anger.

3. Emotions are unique to humans, but I have observed them in animals as well (I know this is a controversial topic). If you observe an angry dog or cat it's easy to tell they're experiencing some emotion because their eyes and face will change.

4. It would be interesting to do research on whether dogs & cats can feel emotions such as frustration, fear and anger.

5. So how does consciousness cause heart palpitations? I believe that the human mind is constantly trying to make sense of information it receives from our five senses, and if you're stressed or anxious your mind will be working at a faster pace than usual.

6. Consciousness is the aspect of humans, and other animals that allows you to think about your body and what's going on around it.

7. So if you're stressed or anxious you're going to be thinking more about your body, than if you were relaxed and calm.

8. I believe that heart palpitations can also be caused by physical factors such as drug or alcohol abuse, a low blood pressure level (hypotension), an overactive thyroid, high blood sugar and a weak heart muscle.

Hypothesis 1: We can cure low blood pressure and heart palpitation by using natural remedies. For instance, drinking lots of water has been found to be effective for some people suffering from both. Staying positive is also a good thing; no one will have low blood pressure if they are always feeling miserable.

Hypothesis 2: The best way to cure low blood pressure and heart palpitation might be by overloading the body with stimulants, which can be achieved naturally through exercise. However, sometimes this is not enough; one may need a little help from medication or even a little red wine ;)

Hypothesis 3: The best way to cure low blood pressure and heart palpitation is through mental training. One can do this by reading, meditating or other activities that will help them become more self-aware.

Hypothesis 4: Low blood pressure and heart palpitation do not necessarily need to be cured through any of the above methods, because they are not actually illnesses. They are perfectly natural occurrences that occur in everyone and help direct their lives.

Hypothesis 5: Low blood pressure and heart palpitation can be cured, but the human body is not designed to handle such cures. Instead of curing low blood pressure and heart palpitation with natural remedies like water, one should instead treat them as symptoms of something else that needs treatment.

Hypothesis 6: Low blood pressure and heart palpitations cannot be cured, because there is nothing wrong with them. They are perfectly natural occurrences that occur in everyone.

The human body is an organic machine. The heart is a mechanical pump and the brain is a collection of electrochemical circuitry designed to interpret sensory data and determine action output.

The heart palpitations are a misfire of the physiology. There is an error in the code for some process causing it to malfunction which originates in thought.

The human body is a collection of processes and functions. The heart palpitations are an inevitable error in the code for some process or function.

The heart palpitations are not a disease but rather an unexpected behavior of the physiology. It is no different from water freezing below 0 degrees centigrade.

The heart palpitations are an error in the code for some process or function of the human body.

The heart palpitations are a misfire of the human physiology.

Heart palpitations are an unfortunate but common side-effect of modern life. We humans have evolved to deal with the world at a particular level, and our brains sometimes find it difficult to cope with the onslaught of other stimuli that bombard us every day. It is as if we had kept up with the times in terms of cognitive development but never bothered to upgrade our hardware (brains). No one ever tells you about your heart: what it does, how it works or even why you have one. You just know that when things happen too quickly for your brain's liking then this little organ sends out distress signals - pain down the center of your chest spreading into your arms, head and neck.

Our society has an obsession with 'progress'. As a result, we are continually being presented with more and more stimuli to which we must adapt. In some ways this is good: world-class sporting events, the latest computer games or even just simple pleasures like eating a nice meal out. It is also bad because our brains have not evolved to cope in such situations without getting confused.

We think about the heart in terms of what it does - pumping blood around our bodies. But we rarely consider that the brain is doing exactly the same thing with a much more complex process. The brain takes sensory information and processes it to produce an appropriate response. In fact, this might be considered a higher function than just 'pumping' blood.

It is strange that we think of the brain as a 'feeling' organ. Worse still, for some reason we have come to associate feelings with emotions and hormones rather than rational thought.

The brain is a machine that, in order to be efficient, can switch off the conscious part of our thinking. This allows us to do things without having to consciously think about them - such as driving or riding a bike. The heart also performs this function but its effect is not so widespread.

Our society's tendency to encourage us to think and behave irrationally has led to the heart becoming a sort of 'safe' place for our emotions. This is because you don't have much control over your heart (you cannot choose what it does in any given situation). If you do not feel happy or sad then this may mean that you are simply feeling something different, perhaps anger.

At first glance, these ideas would seem like a useful adaptation. If you imagine that the body is like an engine, cortisol is the fuel injector that puts glucose into muscle tissue so it can move more easily.

The purpose of cortisol is to increase blood sugar levels in order to facilitate the fight-or-flight response. That is, if a human feels threatened or enters a stressful situation, the body will secrete this hormone which will raise blood glucose levels and send it directly to muscle tissue for energy.

However, this same mechanism is activated during times of prolonged stress. So it's not uncommon for cortisol to be released when a human feels overwhelmed by the demands of his or her environment.

In such cases, it can become difficult to concentrate or even complete a thought. This is why people in stressful situations sometimes say they feel "stupid." The higher levels of cortisol are impairing the prefrontal cortex region of their brains from doing its job.

This impairment is the reason that it's difficult to make good decisions or think logically when experiencing chronic stress and elevated cortisol levels.

One of the reasons that chronic stress is so harmful is because it can lead to PTSD. If a person has experienced trauma, the constant activation of this fight-or-flight response during everyday life will make it difficult for them to relax or enjoy themselves.

What is insulin?

I think I have it figured out. It's an invisible, transparent substance that is floating all around us in the air. You can't taste it or smell it but you can see where it goes with your eyes and feel its effects on your body.

Our bodies are, in a way, like sponges for insulin. They absorb it into the bloodstream and then distribute it throughout our bodies wherever we need energy.

However, there comes a time when too much insulin is in our bloodstreams. When that happens, the invisible substance becomes harmful to us.

When too much of it is in our bodies, insulin becomes like a poison to us. If we don't get rid of the excess insulin floating around our bloodstreams, it clogs up the capillaries and veins so that blood can't move through them.
That's when we develop diabetes.

My conclusion is that insulin is a substance that when in the right amounts, it helps us but if we have too much of it floating around our bodies, then its effects become harmful to us.

It is known that diabetes is the state of being unable to regulate blood sugar levels. Insulin (derived from the Latin "insula" or island in reference to its isolated appearance) manages this function, allowing cells in your body access to glucose through a process called insulin signaling. When you have diabetes, these processes are disrupted.

We know that the word 'island' represents an isolated group of people, animals or things. Insulin signaling (the movement of insulin from outside your body to inside) is disrupted when glucose cannot get into your cells.

The word 'glucose' is derived from the French term for 'sugar', which was originally used to indicate a particular type of wine. The French called sugar that which is sweet, as opposed to its antonym - sour.

The word 'sugar' is derived from the Arabic term for "rock candy", which crystallizes in dry air. Sugars are a type of carbohydrate.

The word 'carbohydrate' is derived from the Arabic term for "sugar", which was originally used to refer to a particular type of fruit. Sugars are a type of carbohydrate.

The word 'fruit' is derived from the Latin term for "seed", which was originally used to refer to a particular type of plant. Plants are a type of fruit.

Sayings and Phrases About Grain

"Take it with a grain of salt." Meaning: To be skeptical or cautious about something, as it may not be entirely true or accurate. ...