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沒有意志力是不行的

沒有意志力是不行的 | 雷蒙世間萬象觀察 | Scoop.it
大多數時候我們運用才智解決問題,但是一但我們選定目標,或者陷入困境,就需要拿出足以貫徹任務或者逃脫困境的意志力,然而我們不需要強悍到挺住一切不會被打倒,但需要鍛鍊自己失足之後能夠再起的意志力。
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我們必須要能展現出「陽光型」的意志力,而不是「苦旦型」的意志力,或者說是「正面思考型」的意志力,而不是「負面思考型」的意志力。並不是我們迷信,研究統計還真的發現好運都跟著陽光型的人走。

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三起驚人因果報應實例:撥弄是非者舌被凍掉 | 割喉 | 大紀元

三起驚人因果報應實例:撥弄是非者舌被凍掉 | 割喉 | 大紀元 | 雷蒙世間萬象觀察 | Scoop.it
引言:在我經過大量的調查,深人分析之後發現,「善有善報,惡有惡報」一點不錯。如果舉個例子來說,我們能看見星星的閃爍,那必然是因為億萬公里之外的某個星球在發光——但是,這個光芒可能經過了幾百年上千年才傳達到我們的眼睛。因果之間的距離可能很短,可能很長,但因果之間的堅定聯繫,是絕對不可否認的。 - 論壇新聞
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「善有善報,惡有惡報」一點不錯。

 

如果舉個例子來說,我們能看見星星的閃爍,那必然是因為億萬公里之外的某個星球在發光——但是,這個光芒可能經過了幾百年上千年才傳達到我們的眼睛。因果之間的距離可能很短,可能很長,但因果之間的堅定聯繫,是絕對不可否認的。

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你就是不願彎一下腰

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人們避開痛苦最常用的方法就是拖延,然而拖延行動,對痛苦並不會減少,甚至還延長痛苦的時間。

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美6旬翁昏迷後失憶 改說瑞典話,新聞資訊北美 -新唐人電視台 ntdtv.com

美6旬翁昏迷後失憶 改說瑞典話,新聞資訊北美 -新唐人電視台 ntdtv.com | 雷蒙世間萬象觀察 | Scoop.it
6旬翁昏迷 醒來後失憶 改說瑞典話,美6旬翁昏迷後失憶 改說瑞典話
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被消失的記憶

失憶症,簡單說是失憶,造成原因卻可分成上千種,有些失憶可用醫學做解釋,有些失憶得用玄學才能說的通,失憶症也可能同時伴有幻想、精神分裂情形而讓人無法理解。

更重要的是,家人及親友絕對要給予更多支持,共同跟這被消失的記憶奮戰,雖說能不能恢復記憶,或是避免記憶再被消失,得費多少時間都不一定有答案,也必須謹防某種無形正在影響他。

沒有親人支持的失憶症患者,往後將更容易陷入另一種迷境,將產生更多精神傷病的假象。

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纽时评论文章:打坐提升人的道德(图) - 看中国

纽时评论文章:打坐提升人的道德(图) - 看中国 | 雷蒙世間萬象觀察 | Scoop.it
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【看中国2013年07月16日讯】(看中国记者刘世民编译报道)本文译自DAVID DeSTENO于7月5日(周五)发表在《纽约时报》(The New York Times)上的文章。DAV
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正如佛自己說,“我只教一件事:那就是苦難和終止苦難。”對於佛和許多現代的精神領袖而言,打坐的目標就是那樣簡單。打坐能提高控制自己思想的能力,本意是幫助其修煉者能以一個新的和更富有善心的方式來看世界,讓他們從把人分別對待(我們/他們,自我/其它)中解脫出來。

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Ask Ray | Human and robot rights in the future

Ask Ray | Human and robot rights in the future | 雷蒙世間萬象觀察 | Scoop.it
(credit: stock image) Dear Mr. Raymond Kurzweil, hello, How are you? My name is Noga, I'm a 16-year-old girl from Tel-Aviv, Israel. First of all, I

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三起驚人因果報應實例:撥弄是非者舌被凍掉 | 割喉 | 大紀元

三起驚人因果報應實例:撥弄是非者舌被凍掉 | 割喉 | 大紀元 | 雷蒙世間萬象觀察 | Scoop.it
引言:在我經過大量的調查,深人分析之後發現,「善有善報,惡有惡報」一點不錯。如果舉個例子來說,我們能看見星星的閃爍,那必然是因為億萬公里之外的某個星球在發光——但是,這個光芒可能經過了幾百年上千年才傳達到我們的眼睛。因果之間的距離可能很短,可能很長,但因果之間的堅定聯繫,是絕對不可否認的。 - 論壇新聞
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「善有善報,惡有惡報」一點不錯。

 

如果舉個例子來說,我們能看見星星的閃爍,那必然是因為億萬公里之外的某個星球在發光——但是,這個光芒可能經過了幾百年上千年才傳達到我們的眼睛。因果之間的距離可能很短,可能很長,但因果之間的堅定聯繫,是絕對不可否認的。

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解釋會禁錮我們的思想, 失去思考的本質

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一件事情可以從不同的角度解釋。

其實事情本身沒有好壞之分,好壞與利弊全看自己怎麼解釋。

然而,無論你怎麼解釋,都是自己的主觀看法。意味著你己被解釋這件事所束縛得通的觀點來看待事物。 

也就是說,解釋所衍生出來的價值判斷會禁錮我們的思想。問題是,不做出解釋便無法處理事情,這就是解讀人生時,所要面臨的困境。

(玩笑、欺騙與報復)

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Timeline Photos | Facebook

Timeline Photos | Facebook | 雷蒙世間萬象觀察 | Scoop.it
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每個小孩都有老天爺給予的不同禮物,我們只需要很仔細的把禮物找出來,好好的發揮利用,每個小孩都可以是一顆鑽石。

作者小時候的天賦未被重視、不被鼓勵,差點失去人生目標,正反映了台灣許多父母與社會的價值觀,這些來自最親密的家人、父母的「關愛」,無形中卻造成孩子的困境,扼殺了不計其數的孩子,值得現代華人父母與師長的借鏡與思考。

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用放大鏡檢視自己

(各種意見與箴言)

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絕大部分的人都是寬以待己,嚴以待人。

為什麼呢? 因為過於自戀的關係,看不到自己的缺點,卻喜歡用放大鏡檢視別人, 對別人的優點視而不見。

唯有改變態度,才能看清自己的缺點,發現別人的優點,也才能贏得別人的信賴與敬重。

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The Superhuman Mind: Kim Peek, The Real Rain Man

The Superhuman Mind: Kim Peek, The Real Rain Man | 雷蒙世間萬象觀察 | Scoop.it

Kim Peek, who lent inspiration to the fictional character Raymond Babbitt—played by Dustin Hoffman—in the movie Rain Man, was a remarkable savant. A savant is an individual who—with little or no apparent effort—completes intellectual tasks that would be impossible for ordinary people to master.

 

Kim Peek’s special abilities started early, around the age of a year and a half. He could read both pages of an open book at once, one page with one eye and the other with the other eye. This style of reading continued until his dead in 2009. His reading comprehension was impressive. He would retain 98 percent of the information he read. Since he spent most of his days in the library with his dad, he quickly made it through thousands of books, encyclopedia and maps. He could read a thick book in an hour and remember just about anything in it. Because he could quickly absorb loads of information and recall it when necessary, his condition made him a living encyclopedia and a walking GPS. He could provide driving directions between almost any two cities in the world. He could also do calendar calculations (“which day was June 15, 1632?”) and remember old baseball scores and a vast amount of musical, historical and political facts. His memory abilities were astounding.

 

Unlike many individuals with savant syndrome, Kim Peek was not afflicted with autistic spectrum disorder. Though he was strongly introverted, he did not have difficulties with socialunderstanding and communication. The main cause of his remarkable abilities seems to have been the lack of connections between his brain's two hemispheres. An MRI scan revealed an absence of the corpus callosum, the anterior commissure and the hippocampal commissure, the parts of the neurological system that transfer information between hemispheres. In some sense Kim was a natural born split-brain patient.

 

Peek's ability to retain large amounts of information may have had something to do with another condition he was afflicted with called macrocephaly. This brain abnormality consists in an excessively large head and a correspondingly huge brain. Kim's head was so heavy that it took several years before he could hold it up on his own.

 

As a baby the real rain man was diagnosed with mental retardationand the physicians told his parentsthat he never would be able to read or talk. They recommended sending their little boy to a mental institution and geting on with their lives. Despite the recommendation, Kim’s parents chose to raise him at home. They quickly realized that their little boy with the oversized head had a remarkable brain. Due to his parets' efforts, Kim had the oppotunity to develop his amazing talents. A large head does not equal intelligence or ability to retain information. But it does provide more storage space for someone who is able to process the content of 10,000 books, which was the number of books Peek had read by the time of the his death in 2009.


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