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40 Rare Photos That You Should See

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These pictures give us a glimpse of what can become very easy to forget when we think of public figures: the fact that they are human. Some are funny, some sad, some unexpected…and some incongruent with the images we hold of public people whom love or hate. All of them are moving in their own way.

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WAYS TO FIND GRATITUDE FOR EVEN THE MOST DIFFICULT PERSON

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WAYS TO FIND GRATITUDE FOR EVEN THE MOST DIFFICULT PERSON

 wrote an article about ways to find gratitude for even the Most Difficult person, and here is some parts of her article. you can find the link below to read more.

1. DISCOVER THE ROOT OF THE PROBLEM

The first step is to spend time with yourself and look into what happens to you when this particular person sets you off. Take the focus off them and shine the light fairly and squarely on yourself. You probably find you’re filled with a turmoil of emotions: anger, frustration, irritation, hurt, disappointment and so on. Allow these emotions to be there with non-judgment and compassion for yourself.

2. FOCUS ON THE GOOD

Most people have some redeeming qualities, although in certain cases they are quite hidden from view. Assume the good qualities are in there, somewhere, because they are. Remember that everyone is born filled with love, joy, and inner peace. Somewhere in their life (for many people it’s because of an abusive childhood), this person has lost their way and become disconnected from the source of love. They have become trapped in a cycle of abuse–toward themselves and others.

3. CREATE BOUNDARIES

One of the reasons people irritate us and get under our skin is because we don’t make our boundaries clear. It’s important to be clear about what is acceptable behavior toward us and what isn’t. This means we have to speak our truth, no matter what.

4. MIND YOUR VIBRATION

We get what we vibrate. If we speak to people in anger, that’s what we get back. If we are disrespectful, mean and insincere, that’s what we get back.

Allow your turbulent emotions to pass through you and, when you feel calm and relaxed, have a conversation with the person you don’t like, or write them an email or a letter. Communicate what you want with clarity, friendliness, and respect.

The more clearly you ask for what you want, the more likely you are to get it.

5. UNDERSTAND THE POWER OF LOVE

When we take 100 percent responsibility for what is happening inside of us, miracles happen. We find it easy to be grateful because we have transformed dislike into compassion.

Love is recognizing ourselves in the other.

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BY 

from http://www.finerminds.com

Ways to Find Gratitude For Even the Most Difficult Person

Pragito Dove wrote an article about ways to find gratitude for even the Most Difficult person, and here is some parts of her article. you can find the link below to read more.

1. Discover the Root of the Problem
The first step is to spend time with yourself and look into what happens to you when this particular person sets you off. Take the focus off them and shine the light fairly and squarely on yourself. You probably find you’re filled with a turmoil of emotions: anger, frustration, irritation, hurt, disappointment and so on. Allow these emotions to be there with non-judgment and compassion for yourself.
2. Focus on the Good
Most people have some redeeming qualities, although in certain cases they are quite hidden from view. Assume the good qualities are in there, somewhere, because they are. Remember that everyone is born filled with love, joy, and inner peace. Somewhere in their life (for many people it’s because of an abusive childhood), this person has lost their way and become disconnected from the source of love. They have become trapped in a cycle of abuse–toward themselves and others.
3. Create Boundaries
One of the reasons people irritate us and get under our skin is because we don’t make our boundaries clear. It’s important to be clear about what is acceptable behavior toward us and what isn’t. This means we have to speak our truth, no matter what.
4. Mind Your Vibration
We get what we vibrate. If we speak to people in anger, that’s what we get back. If we are disrespectful, mean and insincere, that’s what we get back.
Allow your turbulent emotions to pass through you and, when you feel calm and relaxed, have a conversation with the person you don’t like, or write them an email or a letter. Communicate what you want with clarity, friendliness, and respect.
The more clearly you ask for what you want, the more likely you are to get it.

5. Understand the Power of Love
When we take 100 percent responsibility for what is happening inside of us, miracles happen. We find it easy to be grateful because we have transformed dislike into compassion.

Love is recognizing ourselves in the other.

-
BY Pragito Dove
from http://www.finerminds.com

Ways to Find Gratitude For Even the Most Difficult Person

 wrote an article about ways to find gratitude for even the Most Difficult person, and here is some parts of her article. you can find the link below to read more.

1. Discover the Root of the Problem

The first step is to spend time with yourself and look into what happens to you when this particular person sets you off. Take the focus off them and shine the light fairly and squarely on yourself. You probably find you’re filled with a turmoil of emotions: anger, frustration, irritation, hurt, disappointment and so on. Allow these emotions to be there with non-judgment and compassion for yourself.

2. Focus on the Good

Most people have some redeeming qualities, although in certain cases they are quite hidden from view. Assume the good qualities are in there, somewhere, because they are. Remember that everyone is born filled with love, joy, and inner peace. Somewhere in their life (for many people it’s because of an abusive childhood), this person has lost their way and become disconnected from the source of love. They have become trapped in a cycle of abuse–toward themselves and others.

3. Create Boundaries

One of the reasons people irritate us and get under our skin is because we don’t make our boundaries clear. It’s important to be clear about what is acceptable behavior toward us and what isn’t. This means we have to speak our truth, no matter what.

4. Mind Your Vibration

We get what we vibrate. If we speak to people in anger, that’s what we get back. If we are disrespectful, mean and insincere, that’s what we get back.

Allow your turbulent emotions to pass through you and, when you feel calm and relaxed, have a conversation with the person you don’t like, or write them an email or a letter. Communicate what you want with clarity, friendliness, and respect.

The more clearly you ask for what you want, the more likely you are to get it.

5. Understand the Power of Love

When we take 100 percent responsibility for what is happening inside of us, miracles happen. We find it easy to be grateful because we have transformed dislike into compassion.

Love is recognizing ourselves in the other.

-

BY 

from http://www.finerminds.com

Malaysian Airliner - Boeing 777-200 Malaysian Airlines chief executive Ahmad Jauhari Yahyain

Search on after Malaysia Airlines flight 

Malaysia Airlines announces the ” loss of contact ” with one of its planes , carrying 239 passengers

Malaysia Airlines announced Friday it had ” lost contact ” in one of its planes , carrying 239 people, while on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing . The company said in a statement that the contact plane trip, ” MH 370 ” , a Boeing 777-200 , was Saturday at 2:40 pm ( 18:40 GMT Friday ) , after it took off from a remote Malaysian capital midnight on Friday - Saturday and was supposed to reach Beijing at 6:30 local time ( 22:30 GMT Friday ) . The statement added that ” Malaysia Airlines is now working with the authorities who proceeded to run her team specialist search and rescue to find the plane. 

Aviation experts have expressed surprise at the sudden loss of contact with the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777, which has an almost flawless safety record. 

Mohan Ranganathan, an aviation safety consultant who serves on India’s Civil Aviation Safety Advisory Committee, said it was “very, very rare” for an aircraft to lose contact completely without any previous indication of problems.

“The 777 is a very safe aircraft – I’m surprised,” he said.

He noted that the flight had already reached cruising altitude of 10,700 metres but that online flight data suggested it had experienced a very rapid loss of height and change in the direction it was heading. 

Neil Hansford, the chairman of consultancy firm Strategic Aviation Solutions and a former air freight executive, said of the Boeing 777: “It has probably been one of the safest aircraft in aviation history.”

He said more than 1000 of the aircraft had been produced and just 60 incidents had been logged, most of them minor. He said the chance of both engines failing at the same time was very low. 

“If you lose an engine in a cruise it doesn’t fall out of the sky,” 

On board were 153 Chinese, 38 Malaysians, 12 Indonesians, seven Australians, three French, four Americans, two each from New Zealand, Canada and Ukraine, and one each from Russia, Italy, Taiwan, the Netherlands and Austria.

The pilot of the passenger plane is Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, a 53-year-old Malaysia who joined the airline in 1981.

His co-pilot was 27-year-old First Officer Fariq Ab. Hamid, also from Malaysia, who joined the airline in 2007. 

If the aircraft has crashed, and all the passengers and crew are killed, it would the deadliest aviation incident since November 2001.

In that incident, 265 people died after an American Airlines Airbus A300 crashed in Belle Harbor, Queens, after leaving JFK Airport in New York. The deaths included five people on the ground.

MAS Operations Control Vice President Fuad Sharuji said: ‘We tried to call this aircraft through various means,’ adding that it was carrying fuel for 7.5 hours when it disappeared.

Lai Xuan Thanh, director of Vietnam’s civil aviation authority, said the plane was over the sea and bound for Vietnamese airspace but air traffic officials in the country were never able to make contact.

The plane ‘lost all contact and radar signal one minute before it entered Vietnam’s air traffic control,’ Lieutenant General Vo Van Tuan, deputy chief of staff of the Vietnamese army, said in a statement issued by the government.

More than 10 hours after last contact, officials from several countries were struggling to locate the plane.

All countries in the possible flight path of the missing aircraft were performing a ‘communications and radio search’, John Andrews, deputy chief of the Philippines’ civil aviation agency, said. 

Xinhua said China has sent two maritime rescue ships to the South China Sea to help in the search and rescue efforts.

'It couldn't possibly be in the air because it would have run out of oil by now,' Shukor Yusof, an aviation analyst at S&P Capital IQ, said. 

'It's either on the ground somewhere, intact, or possibly it has gone down in the water.'

Aviation experts said that if the report of the aircraft suddenly plunging was correct it could be due to a number of factors.

 

These include a catastrophic engine failure; the pilots taking evasive action to avoid another aircraft; or an explosion.

The airline has not said whether the pilots were able to issue a distress call - but if they did not, experts said this could indicate a catastrophy that had occurred without warning.

At Beijing’s airport, authorities posted a notice asking relatives and friends of passengers to gather to a hotel about 15km from the airport to wait for further information, and provided a shuttle bus service.

A woman wept on the shuttle bus while saying on a mobile phone: ‘They want us to go to the hotel. It cannot be good.’

A waiting area for family and friends was also set up at the Kuala Lumpur airport the flight had left from.

Fuad Sharuji, Malaysian Airlines’ vice president of operations control, told CNN that the plane was flying at an altitude of 35,000ft and that the pilots had reported no problem with the aircraft.

The Boeing jet lost contact with Malaysian air traffic controllers a little over two hours into its flight.

Reports from China’s Xinhua news agency said later that the aircraft was lost in air space controlled by Vietnam and did not enter Chinese airspace or make any contact with Chinese controllers.

 

Finding planes that disappear over the ocean can be difficult. Airliner ‘black boxes’ -  the flight data and cockpit voice recorders - are equipped with ‘pingers’ that emit ultrasonic signals that can be detected underwater.

Under good conditions, the signals can be detected from several hundred miles away, John Goglia, a former member of the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board, said.

If the boxes are trapped inside the wreckage, the sound may not travel as far, he said. If the boxes are in an underwater trench, that also hinders how far the sound can travel. The signals also weaken over time.

Unconfirmed reports said it was believed the missing aircraft was involved in a crash in August 2012 when it damaged the tail of a China Eastern Airlines plane at Shanghai Pudong Airport.

The reports said that in that incident the tip of the wing of the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 broke off.



The aircraft had been due to land in Beijing at 6.30am local time but at 7.54am the airline issued a statement saying it had not landed and was officially missing.



Photo by -Fredrik Granberg - Boeing 777-2H6/ER / year 2006

From http://www.airliners.net

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-26492748

http://uk.reuters.com/article/2014/03/08/uk-malaysiaairlines-flight-idUKBREA2701C20140308

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/mar/08/malaysia-airlines-experts-surprised-at-disappearance-of-very-safe-boeing-777

http://www.malaysiaairlines.com/hq/en.html

Malaysia Airlines announces the ” loss of contact ” with one of its planes , carrying 239 passengersMalaysia Airlines announced Friday it had ” lost contact ” in one of its planes , carrying 239 people, while on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing . The company said in a statement that the contact plane trip, ” MH 370 ” , a Boeing 777-200 , was Saturday at 2:40 pm ( 18:40 GMT Friday ) , after it took off from a remote Malaysian capital midnight on Friday - Saturday and was supposed to reach Beijing at 6:30 local time ( 22:30 GMT Friday ) . The statement added that ” Malaysia Airlines is now working with the authorities who proceeded to run her team specialist search and rescue to find the plane. 


Photo by -Fredrik Granberg - Boeing 777-2H6/ER / year 2006
From http://www.airliners.net

Malaysia Airlines announces the ” loss of contact ” with one of its planes , carrying 239 passengers

Malaysia Airlines announced Friday it had ” lost contact ” in one of its planes , carrying 239 people, while on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing . The company said in a statement that the contact plane trip, ” MH 370 ” , a Boeing 777-200 , was Saturday at 2:40 pm ( 18:40 GMT Friday ) , after it took off from a remote Malaysian capital midnight on Friday - Saturday and was supposed to reach Beijing at 6:30 local time ( 22:30 GMT Friday ) . The statement added that ” Malaysia Airlines is now working with the authorities who proceeded to run her team specialist search and rescue to find the plane. 

Photo by -Fredrik Granberg - Boeing 777-2H6/ER / year 2006

From http://www.airliners.net

Michael Shumacher Has Injured in Skiing Accident on Sunday morning
Schumacher is still listed as in critical condition this morning, and has undergone a second surgery overnight. Reports claim that a press conference on the German’s condition is expected this morning at 11am (CET).
French radio station RMC has reported that Michael Schumacher suffered from a brain hemorrhage and is now in critical condition following a skiing accident on Sunday morning at at Méribel, in the French Alps.
Now under the care of Professor Gerard Saillant, a brain and spine injury expert, Michael Schumacher remains in critical condition after undergoing brain surgery.
The Grenoble Hospital released a statement Sunday night: “Michael Schumacher suffered a serious head trauma and arrived in a coma, making it necessary for him to undergo a neurosurgical procedure.”
Preliminary reports stated Schumacher fell on his own, hitting his head on a rock.
Méribel director Christophe Gernignon-Lecomte told RMC radio: “He fell at 11:07am (CET) while skiing off-piste at Meribel. He was wearing a helmet and banged against a rock.
"Emergency services intervened quickly, at 11:15am. He was airlifted to hospital at Moûtiers (about 15km) away. He was shocked, a bit shaken up but conscious.
A spokesman for the first-aid responders in Méribel told CNN that Schumacher was indeed wearing a helmet, but said he had suffered “a relatively bad head injury.”
He said Schumacher had been transferred from the Hospital of Moutiers to the trauma center at Grenoble Hospital but at the time said the injury was “not life-threatening” and that he had been conscious at the scene of the accident, according to CNN.



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Michael Shumacher Has Injured in Skiing Accident on Sunday morning

Schumacher is still listed as in critical condition this morning, and has undergone a second surgery overnight. Reports claim that a press conference on the German’s condition is expected this morning at 11am (CET).

French radio station RMC has reported that Michael Schumacher suffered from a brain hemorrhage and is now in critical condition following a skiing accident on Sunday morning at at Méribel, in the French Alps.

Now under the care of Professor Gerard Saillant, a brain and spine injury expert, Michael Schumacher remains in critical condition after undergoing brain surgery.

The Grenoble Hospital released a statement Sunday night: “Michael Schumacher suffered a serious head trauma and arrived in a coma, making it necessary for him to undergo a neurosurgical procedure.”

Preliminary reports stated Schumacher fell on his own, hitting his head on a rock.

Méribel director Christophe Gernignon-Lecomte told RMC radio: “He fell at 11:07am (CET) while skiing off-piste at Meribel. He was wearing a helmet and banged against a rock.

"Emergency services intervened quickly, at 11:15am. He was airlifted to hospital at Moûtiers (about 15km) away. He was shocked, a bit shaken up but conscious.

A spokesman for the first-aid responders in Méribel told CNN that Schumacher was indeed wearing a helmet, but said he had suffered “a relatively bad head injury.”

He said Schumacher had been transferred from the Hospital of Moutiers to the trauma center at Grenoble Hospital but at the time said the injury was “not life-threatening” and that he had been conscious at the scene of the accident, according to CNN.

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