|PVAF weekend special....HUMAN IS GOD'S ONLY CREATION....from where a soul can transcend to TRUTH or go to hell or become stone....SEE TODAY'S PHOTOS |
Posted by Vishva News Reporter on September 11, 2010
behavior flows from three main sources:
desire, emotion, and knowledge”
- Plato (428 BC-348 BC) Greek
who gave western civilization the foundation of philosophy and
is today the world's most influential philosopher.
“An individual's self-concept is
the core of his personality.
It affects every aspect of human behavior:
the ability to learn,
the capacity to grow and change.
A strong, positive self-image is
the best possible preparation for success in life.”
- Dr. Joyce Brothers quotes
(American Psychologist, Columnist and Author, b.1928)
“Leadership is applicable to all facets of life:
a competency that you can learn to expand your perspective,
set the context of a goal,
understand the dynamics of human behavior
take the initiative to get to where you want to be.”
- John G Agno
.....and based on the above human thoughts....
.....TODAY PVAF BRINGS TO YOU
NEWS IN PHOTOS....
....PHOTOS WORTH THOUSAND WORDS
TELLING AMAZING STORIES OF....
.....UNEXPECTED AND AMAZING
HUMAN BEHAVIOUR AND/OR CREATIONS
ON THIS PLANET EARTH....
Ram Babu, 10, who is dressed as Hindu ape god Hanuman to beg, poses by a
cart selling idols on the side of a busy road in Bangalore. Babu dresses
like different Hindu gods for begging near temples in the city and earns
about 5 U.S. dollars per day.(Credit:Getty Images)
A field with dominoes is exhibited at the WTC Expo park in Leeuwarden. A
new world record was set late on November 13 on the Domino Day
television show with 4,491,863 dominoes knocked down on the 4.8 million
pieces on the set.
A rabbit is dressed a Snow White costume during a rabbit fashion contest
at the Rabbit Festa in Yokohama city, suburban Tokyo. Some 8,000 rabbit
lovers visited the annual two-day event. (Credit:Getty Images)
Please click on the next line to continue with PVAF's today's weekend
special of how strange you too can be for a weekend at least......
|.......MORE OF TODAY NEWS OF
STRANGE HUMAN BEHAVIOUR
A cyclist making his way down a street as snow falls in Beijing. Heavy
snows in northern China wreaked havoc for the third day running, killing
at least eight people, stranding thousands of motorists and disrupting
air travel.(Credit:Getty Images)
A Thai worker adjusts the carpet next to a giant sculpture of robot
displayed during the Japanese Popular Culture exhibition at the Bangkok
Art and Culture centre in Bangkok. The Japanese Popular Culture
exhibition will show Japanese animation characters from November 2009
until January 2010.(Credit:Getty Images)
Taxis queue up to get their fuel tanks filled up on an overpass in
southwest China's Chongqing municipality. Most of central and eastern
Chinese provinces are facing the worst liquified natural gas shortages
in years as supplies were diverted to snowstorm-hit northern China,
while producers lacked incentives to increase output because of the poor
profit margins.(Credit:Getty Images)
A replica of the 'Heart of Europe' sculpture by visual artist Daniel
Brunovsky is unveiled at Hviezdoslav Square, on the 20th anniversary of
the 1989 Velvet Revolution in former Czechoslovakia and the fall of the
Iron Curtain, The sculpture, which stands four metres high, replicates
the original sculpture created by Brunovsky using barbed wire cut from
the iron barrier which divided Slovakia from its western neighbour,
where it was first symbolically cut at Devin in December 1989.(Credit:Getty
Actress Laura Brent (L), the 'Sugar Spun Fairy', holds confections and
wears a hooped skirt made entirely of toffee created by chef and
restaurateur Tony Bilson (R) during the launch of 'Cuisine Now' in
Sydney. Cuisine Now which starts on January 11, 2010 and runs for two
weeks, is a celebration of contemporary cuisine by seven Australian and
French master chef/restaurateurs and of the theatre and finesse of
Motorcyclists arrive at the staging point before their convoy to
Parliament to protest the proposed increase in ACC levies on in
Wellington, New Zealand. Thousands of bikers are expected in Wellington
to protest the proposed increase in the levy. (Credit:Getty Images)
......THE WORLD IS NOT GOING TO END IN 2012...
....THE AMAZING STRANGENESS OF HUMAN BEHAVIOUR
WILL NOT LET THE WORLD TO END....
......AND THE MAYANS WERE
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