All around us, we hear individuals asking why our world seems to be so filled with so much hate. We discuss it among friends and co-workers; we check out it in papers; we see and hear of all of it over the radio and tv; we see it in the movies; in video games; on the highways; in the dark alleys; in lots of sports occasions; in comics; in books; we hear it in a few of the music; we see it all over the Internet. How can we not recognize it?
Taking a look at how loaded with obvious hate a few of the modern-day home entertainment, pastimes, some sports activities, even kids books and computer game are; and seeing how well such products offer to the public; it appears that we truly do desire to perpetuate increasingly more of those basic attitudes and representations of hate that can only result in rather the reverse of that “brotherly love” idea we discussed a bit earlier.
“Batwoman” is not a fixture in comics known to garner regard from the mainstream news outlets. Current occasions relating to the impromptu passing of the torch to new writer Marc Andreyko has made a really public spectacle of DC comics.
The majority of the ghosts are benign, content to visit their living loved ones and cause an uneasy reunion. But a number of harmful ghosts spread out fear. These are vengeful spirits, which seek to damage the living; they have no descendants left on earth and typically passed away a lonely death in terrible accidents or in desperate suicides. The souls are unfulfilled and roam looking for other souls, even those still living, to take their location in hell. They are the “bourdain hungry ghosts comic” and the Chinese do their utmost to calm these malicious spirits. They leave offerings of moon-cakes, sweet smelling incense, and tempting bowls of standard foods outside their houses. Paper lanterns are lit and launched on rivers to lead the evil spirits away from the land.
In contrast is “Chusok” (autumn’s eve) in Korea at the end of September. It is a delighted day of thanksgiving, when people visit the graves of their ancestors to thank them for the crops, and to leave food and other gifts at the tomb. This is followed by parties, with video games and dancing, and exchanging of presents. On the eve of Chusok, special “moon cakes” with rice, chestnuts and candied fruit are made.
First start with a Vision of Life and Work that is bigger than anything you have actually yet dared. Vision isn’t really a list of tasks and an order of business, how demotivating is that? A Vision is something that inspires, motivates, and makes you feel excited and alive and, if you accomplish it, will satisfy your heart’s desire.
All changes of domino effect originate from the activities in our present every day life. Our fate is of our creation and it focused in our heart and relies on our inner intentions, mindset and external deeds.