- xena a day in the life
- meaning of overwhelming moment
Meaning of an overwhelmning moment is to stop whatever you are doing and, if it is safe to close your eyes and take a breath, to settle into the moment and sharpen your senses and therefore creating a thick memory. – this means you will be able to recall it in great detail on every sensory level
because at some later point in life, when you pause to take a moment, that first will unfurl and remind you.
it is much like falling back on training so you act in a crisis towards survival, it’s the little voice in the back of your head that tells you what to you, it’s you, the very deepest animal part,,, waaaaayyyy back into your lizard brain wherein lies all of the survival skills, instinct as the ape brain says, adding socializing reason and hierarchy of position, building on experience and expectations, then,,,, there is the human homo fire building and mastery of the elements –
moments such as these are ones that strike to identity and character.
so, if you are in danger and being overwhelmed . … then that is when you need to understand strategy skills, when to fight, when to flight and when to sit down and be still.
- elvis and charlie hodge billy smith
- dean martin elvis presley
- pied piper of cleveland
- ral donner
I just re-compiled all the top searches for that this blog is returned for and the top Dykewriter searchs for this blog to march 31, 2016 are:
- vernon presley death
- prince symbol name
- taste of awesome
- magazine beatles and elvis presley
- suspect mail
- bill black
- elvis divorced
- sub zero plasma
Elvis Presley, the boy in the Band. First ever fan photo of Elvis after his second show.
From High School Dances and playing on the back of trucks to being a side show at a country fair – that last colour image is a frame of someone’s home movies and they had a few seconds of Elvis – it was revealed to the public in the 1990s and is a rare colour for home consumers rather than professional equipment.
The earliest known of such colour film has recently surfaced in Quebec Canada and dates to 1929. how kewl is that, eh?