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The above title is a quote by Einstein, and it is, indeed, excellent advice. Einstein was, of course, one of the greatest scientists who ever lived, if not the greatest. Much of modern physics is based on his discoveries. In later life, however, he also became a philosopher of considerable importance, and he gave us a lot of useful information about life. His quotes are seen everywhere. The above quote can be generalized to: Learn from the Past, Live in the Present, Hope for the Future. And if you do each of these, you will, indeed, be much happier.

What do we mean by each of the above statements? Let’s look at them in turn.

Learn from Yesterday

We should, indeed, learn from the past — particularly from the mistakes we have made in the past. We certainly don’t want to make the same mistakes again. But we also don’t want to spend a lot of time thinking about these mistakes; they’re over and done, and there’s nothing we can do about them except learn form them. So don’t continue to rehash them, and don’t become obsessed with them. If you do, they could become a source of frustration, and they could make you fearful of failure in the future. In short, they could make you very insecure, and this is, of course, something you don’t want. So learn from them, and forget them.

It is, of course, okay to think about the past occasionally, savoring some of the joys you have experienced, but you should return to the present as quickly as possible. Don’t develop a nostalgia for the past. This is a common fault with many people; they daydream about how happy their past life was, and how dull and humdrum their present life is. Maybe your past life was better in some respects, but too many people magnify the happiness of their past life and forget about the struggles and sorrows they experienced. If your present life appears to be dull compared to your past life, it’s up to you to make it better.

Don’t keep longing for the past, Today is much more important. It’s the present — what’s happening now — and you should make the most of it.

Live for Today

Enjoy the day you’re living in. Wake up in the morning with confidence, and a feeling that the day is going to be the best you have ever experienced. One of the best ways to do this is to relax and live each day as if it were your last.

Dale Carnegie encourages everyone to live in “Day-tight compartments.” And it’s the best advice anyone could give you. As he says, ” Half the beds in our hospitals are reserved for patients with nervous and mental troubles, patients who have collapsed under the crushing burden of accumulated yesterdays and fearful tomorrows. Yet a vast majority of these people would be walking the streets today, leading happy, useful lives, if they had heeded the words… “Live in day-tight compartments.”

In other words: Shut off the past. Shut off the future. Live for today! This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t prepare for the future; it means you should not have any anxiety about the future. If you fret and worry about the future continuously, you could end up in the nuthouse.

So live one day at a time. Think of each new day as a new adventure — a new life. Tell yourself that it’s going to be the best day of your life. One of the major tragedies of many peoples life is that they keep putting things off. In particular, they put life itself off. They’re always telling themselves that life will be better — after they marry, when they retire, and so on. And as they wait, life passes, and suddenly they discover that it has left them behind. They have forgotten, or perhaps never learned, how to enjoy life, or maybe they’ve been too busy and haven’t had enough time. Life is in the living, and it’s important to learn this. “Today is our most important possession. Don’t throw it away. Cherish it. Live it. Enjoy it!”

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The leading cause of death in the US according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC.gov) is Cardiovascular disease. CPRGlobalAcademy.com is committed to teaching useful techniques for saving lives. It is important to remember that Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can be applied in many ways. If a person has drowned, had a heart attack, had a stroke, went into cardiac arrest or is choking proper training could be the difference between life and death of the patient. If the patient is not breathing, is unconscious or has no pulse CPR should be applied immediately. Always remember proper CPR begins with chest compressions.

It is important to note that death is most likely to occur after 10 minutes of loss of oxygen to the brain. From 6 to 10 minutes brain damage is expected. From 4 to 6 minutes brain damage is very possible and from 0 to 4 minutes brain damage is virtually non-existent.

Understanding CPR

When the heart stops beating blood stops flowing throughout the body. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is when one person performs chest compressions and breathing into a patient who does not have pulse or who is not breathing. Chest compressions combined with breathing into the patient will carry the now oxygenated blood throughout the body and into the brain. CPR acts like an artificial heart moving the blood rich in oxygen into the brain.

If CPR is performed on the patient the chances of survival increases and continues to increase if the AED is applied and if medical help arrives within ten minutes.

Any persons who assist those who are injured, ill or in peril are protected by the Good Samaritan Law. As long as they're acting voluntary, without expectation of reimbursement or compensation while performing such aid, on site-they'll have legal protection. Remember, when performing CPR every second counts so, unless required otherwise, don't hesitate to call 911, perform CPR or external chest compressions immediately.

Before you attempt CPR upon a patient there are several things you must do. Make sure you and / or the patient aren't in any danger-if possible, resolve the danger and if not, move the victim out of harms way. If unable to, for whatever reason, immediately call 911.

Check the patient and see if he / she is conscious or not. Do not check for a pulse because time is of the essence and finding a pulse can take too much time. Call out to the patient asking, "Are you okay?" Repeat if necessary, and if the patient does not respond, immediately call 911 and then perform CPR-initiating Circulation, Airway and Breathing Tasks (the CA-B's) and not the AB-C's. Also, if possible have someone else call 911 and begin CPR, immediately.

It's important to note: that the latest 2010 AHA guidelines recommends in-confident performers should, at least, perform chest compressions upon the patient, since studies show chest compressions can be as effective as the combination of CPR.

C is for Circulation – Adult Compressions

Circulation – chest compressions circulate the blood within the patient. It's important to place your hands correctly upon the patient's chest. To do so, find the point where both halves of the patient's ribs meet, interlock your fingers and with the palm of your hand, you'll compress. It's important to kneel beside the patient while doing so, for maximum compression. Once in position, lock your elbows and use your body's weight to compress 2 inches upon the patient's chest. Compress again, once the chest inflates back into position. A ratio of 30 compressions to 2 breaths (30: 2) is the recommended amount while compressing 100 times a minute. Remember, you should administer CPR until help arrives.

A is for Airway – Clear the airway

Airway – Make sure the patient is on a solid surface (on the backside). Next, kneel next to the patient's neck and shoulders. Open the patient's airway by tilting the head back with the palm of one hand while gently lifting the chin with the other hand. For no more than 10 seconds, check for life: listen for any sounds, put your cheek next to the patient's mouth to feel any breaths while also looking for any motion. If the patient …

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Because Yoga is a hot topic these days, more men and women are wondering if this type of “exercise” can be used for autofellatio or autocunnilingus. There have also been some comedy skits recently on television that toyed with the idea of these forms of self-love. More than one rock star has been noted as claiming that they had ribs removed to allow themselves to autofellate.

That means that there are more and more people that are wondering what it takes to become an autofellationist (autofellater). People then seek out information to get some autofellatio tips, tricks, and advice to see if they can’t perform this form of autosexuality.

That leads people to online “encyclopedias.” These won’t be of much help, at least not the ones I have seen, but they can give men and women some generalized insight into such acts. However, many of these sites do have mis-information (regardless if it is cited or from a verifiable “source” or not) so keep an open mind when perusing such information.

With a little background in the subject then people realize that stretching would be the end-all method allowing people to enter into these positions. Inevitably “Yoga” comes to mind. Firstly, because Yoga seems to be everywhere these days; and Secondly, because most of us have seen some impressive Yoga positions that probably made us reflect on autofellating immediately.

Certainly these sites can be very helpful. Not just for self-sex acts but to improve your life in other areas, too. Yoga tends to reduce stress, anxiety, and even can affect a person’s physiological processes in good ways; such as lowering blood pressure or increasing your ability to digest food properly.

Unfortunately, some of these sites that are mis-informative, too. I would suggest some of the more mainstream Yoga websites and perhaps look into a Continuing Education class or two in your area. Again, anyone can spend a day or two on the Internet and claim they are an expert on everything from quantum mechanics to anti-aging secrets. Ask for referrals or recommendations of Yoga instructors (in your area) from people you trust. The health food stores are always a good place to start. Ask some of the staff if they know of any good instructors. I am sure they can point you in the best direction. These folks have their ears to the ground with this type of thing, so they’re probably your best local source for a trusted referral.

Learning some simple stretches and postures through Yoga is one way to test if autofellatio is really for you. Such information can be had from certain Yoga sites and videos.

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Source by Kimi Kalfino

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If you have been trying to learn how to jelq, you may have come across a ton of jelqing videos on YouTube. It may be tempting to spend some time clicking through these so-called jelqing videos, with the hopes of coming away with the knowledge of how to jelq properly. Just watch a handful of videos and then you can start doing the jelqing exercise and get a bigger penis, right? Not exactly. A matter of fact this can be the worst way to learn about the jelqing technique.

Here are 3 reasons you should avoid jelqing videos on YouTube:

  1. Most are simply “text videos” with absolutely no tutorial or visual demonstrations. This defeats the whole purpose of watching a video. If you just wanted to read about jelqing you wouldn’t be clicking on a video to do so, but rather reading an article like this one. Yet, so many of these are simply “words on a screen” which just define or describe the jelq exercise (and usually not very well).
  2. Many are just talking heads. Instead of words on a screen, you have a guy (or sometimes a girl which is bizarre) talking about the jelq technique. And most of the time they are simply reading from a script. Again, you have no visual demonstrations, and no real good or unique information.
  3. Waste of time. You can spend hours on YouTube trying to find a good video on a certain subject. Usually you have to go through dozens of videos before you find what you are really looking for. When it comes to male enhancement exercises, the same applies. You can spend a lot of time going through vids and easily become disappointing at the lack of real, tutorial information. Now there are exceptions and we’ll discuss those below so you will be able to save a lot of time if you do choose to search for jelqing information on YouTube.

Here are some exceptions that can help you find good informational videos on the jelq exercise.

  • Look for “human body videos”. When you are searching, skip over all the thumbnails which appear to be “text only videos”. Instead, go for the thumbnails which show a human body. Now here’s the trick that will save you a lot of time. If you see a “face”, skip it. The instructional videos will be the one’s in which the camera is pointed down towards the groin area. If the thumbnail shows a face, likely it will just a talking head video with no demonstration.
  • Banana or elongated object. If you see a banana, a cucumber, or some elongated object in the thumbnail, then you know this individual is going to be doing some actual demonstrating. While these may not be perfect in demonstrating the technique to an absolute tee (obviously a banana is not the same as a penis), they do show you how the exercise is performed and they can give you a very good visual sense of what jelqing is all about.
  • Real jelqing videos. Occasionally YouTube will allow some real jelqing videos to slip through the cracks. For some reason they get by the censors and when you click on the video you suddenly have “the real deal” in your face. Honestly, many guys would rather look at a banana demonstration video, as opposed to the real deal. The thing is, these videos usually are very poor anyway, and the banana demonstrations are much more thorough. Any informative real jelqing video is going to be included as part of a jelqing program, and will not be a generic demonstration video that somehow slipped through the censors on YouTube.

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Source by Chess McDoogle

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