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During a robbery, the bank robber shouted to everyone in the bank: “Don’t move. The money belongs to the State. Your life belongs to you.” Everyone in the bank laid down quietly. This is called “Mind Changing Concept” Changing the conventional way of thinking. When a lady lay on the table provocatively, the robber shouted at her: “Please be civilized! This is a robbery and not a rape!” This is called “Being Professional” Focus only on what you are trained to do! When the bank robbers returned home, the younger robber (MBA-trained) told the older robber (who has only completed Year 6 in primary school): “Big brother, let’s count how much we got.” The older robber rebutted and said: “You are very stupid. There is so much money it will take us a long time to count. Tonight, the TV news will tell us how much we robbed from the bank!” This is called “Experience.” Nowadays, experience is more important than paper qualifications! After the robbers had left, the bank manager told the bank supervisor to call the police quickly. But the supervisor said to him: “Wait! Let us take out $10 million from the bank for ourselves and add it to the $70 million that we have previously embezzled from the bank”. This is called “Swim with the tide.” Converting an unfavorable situation to your advantage! The supervisor says: “It will be good if there is a robbery every month.” This is called “Killing Boredom.” Personal Happiness is more important than your job. The next day, the TV news reported that $100 million was taken from the bank. The robbers counted and counted and counted, but they could only count $20 million. The robbers were very angry and complained: “We risked our lives and only took $20 million. The bank manager took $80 million with a snap of his fingers. It looks like it is better to be educated than to be a thief!” This is called “Knowledge is worth as much as gold!” The bank manager was smiling and happy because his losses in the share market are now covered by this robbery. This is called “Seizing the opportunity.” Daring to take risks! So who are the real robbers here. standup911 fuckthesystem: @Standup911 During a robbery, the bank robber shouted to everyone in the bank: “Don’t move. The money belongs to the State. Your life belongs to you.” Everyone in the bank laid down quietly. This is called “Mind Changing Concept” Changing the conventional way of thinking. When a lady lay on the table provocatively, the robber shouted at her: “Please be civilized! This is a robbery and not a rape!” This is called “Being Professional” Focus only on what you are trained to do! When the bank robbers returned home, the younger robber (MBA-trained) told the older robber (who has only completed Year 6 in primary school): “Big brother, let’s count how much we got.” The older robber rebutted and said: “You are very stupid. There is so much money it will take us a long time to count. Tonight, the TV news will tell us how much we robbed from the bank!” This is called “Experience.” Nowadays, experience is more important than paper qualifications! After the robbers had left, the bank manager told the bank supervisor to call the police quickly. But the supervisor said to him: “Wait! Let us take out $10 million from the bank for ourselves and add it to the $70 million that we have previously embezzled from the bank”. This is called “Swim with the tide.” Converting an unfavorable situation to your advantage! The supervisor says: “It will be good if there is a robbery every month.” This is called “Killing Boredom.” Personal Happiness is more important than your job. The next day, the TV news reported that $100 million was taken from the bank. The robbers counted and counted and counted, but they could only count $20 million. The robbers were very angry and complained: “We risked our lives and only took $20 million. The bank manager took $80 million with a snap of his fingers. It looks like it is better to be educated than to be a thief!” This is called “Knowledge is worth as much as gold!” The bank manager was smiling and happy because his losses in the share market are now covered by this robbery. This is called “Seizing the opportunity.” Daring to take risks! So who are the real robbers here. standup911 fuckthesystem
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Follow ➡️ @holisticali PLEASE LIKE AND TAG EVERYONE, SWIPE FOR RECOMMENDATIONS AND HELP ⬇️⬇️⬇️ At what point did boredom become a mental disorder? Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) seems to have become an epidemic in the United States, with roughly 19% of Americans diagnosed. Meanwhile, in France, the diagnosis rate is only .5%. So what explains such a wide disparity? Well, first and foremost, one must recognize that ADHD is an extremely questionable "disorder." A few decades ago, ADHD would have just been called "boredom." In fact, even Dr. Edward C. Hamlyn of the Royal College of General Practitioners stated, "ADHD is fraud intended to justify starting children on a life of drug addiction." Confessing before his death, Leon Eisenberg—one of the "founding fathers" of ADHD as a psychiatric disorder—said, "ADHD is a prime example of a fictitious disease." In France, there are numerous cultural differences compared to the U.S. Generally, the French discourage the consumption of chemical-processed foods much more than in America. This is especially true for children in school, who often eat meals that are prepared by chefs-in-training using ingredients from local produce and livestock. With all the high fructose corn syrup, GMO foods, stimulants, allergens, etc. in our children's diets, no wonder they cannot focus or stay calm. Plus they are children! Children naturally tend to be active and energetic, which is why constraining them to an assigned seat in a prison-like classroom provokes misbehavior. Do schoolchildren have a "deficit in attention", or are they just bored out of their minds? When you cannot pay attention to a boring film, do you assume it is because you have a mental disorder that inhibits your ability to focus? Of course not! You walk out of the theater and demand a refund! Instead of questioning what we feed our kids or the schools we put them in, our default assumption is that there's something inherently wrong with our children. CONT ⬇️ ADHD HolisticAli BrainHealth ADD IG 👉🏽 @realrawtruth FACEBOOK-YOUTUBE-SNAPCHAT 👉🏽 @holisticali SUBSCRIBE TO NEW YOUTUBE LINK IN BIO: FOUNDING FATHER OF ADHD/ADD IG/FB HOLISTIO ALI ADHD IS A PRIME ENAMPLE OF AFAKE DISEASE LEON EISENBERG Follow ➡️ @holisticali PLEASE LIKE AND TAG EVERYONE, SWIPE FOR RECOMMENDATIONS AND HELP ⬇️⬇️⬇️ At what point did boredom become a mental disorder? Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) seems to have become an epidemic in the United States, with roughly 19% of Americans diagnosed. Meanwhile, in France, the diagnosis rate is only .5%. So what explains such a wide disparity? Well, first and foremost, one must recognize that ADHD is an extremely questionable "disorder." A few decades ago, ADHD would have just been called "boredom." In fact, even Dr. Edward C. Hamlyn of the Royal College of General Practitioners stated, "ADHD is fraud intended to justify starting children on a life of drug addiction." Confessing before his death, Leon Eisenberg—one of the "founding fathers" of ADHD as a psychiatric disorder—said, "ADHD is a prime example of a fictitious disease." In France, there are numerous cultural differences compared to the U.S. Generally, the French discourage the consumption of chemical-processed foods much more than in America. This is especially true for children in school, who often eat meals that are prepared by chefs-in-training using ingredients from local produce and livestock. With all the high fructose corn syrup, GMO foods, stimulants, allergens, etc. in our children's diets, no wonder they cannot focus or stay calm. Plus they are children! Children naturally tend to be active and energetic, which is why constraining them to an assigned seat in a prison-like classroom provokes misbehavior. Do schoolchildren have a "deficit in attention", or are they just bored out of their minds? When you cannot pay attention to a boring film, do you assume it is because you have a mental disorder that inhibits your ability to focus? Of course not! You walk out of the theater and demand a refund! Instead of questioning what we feed our kids or the schools we put them in, our default assumption is that there's something inherently wrong with our children. CONT ⬇️ ADHD HolisticAli BrainHealth ADD IG 👉🏽 @realrawtruth FACEBOOK-YOUTUBE-SNAPCHAT 👉🏽 @holisticali SUBSCRIBE TO NEW YOUTUBE LINK IN BIO

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***CUTENESS OVERLOAD*** - Reasons to BoycottZoos 🙏❤️ 1. Zoos Cannot Provide Sufficient Space- No matter how big some zoos try to make their enclosures, no matter how many pretty pictures they paint on the walls, and no matter how many branches they place around, these spaces in no way compare to the natural habitat that the animals were meant to be in. They are far smaller and far less stimulating. This is particularly the case for species that roam large distances in their native environment. Studies show that elephants (who typically travel 30 miles per day) are confined to spaces, on average, 1,000 times smaller than their wild habitats and that polar bears have spaces approximately 1,000,000 times smaller than their arctic territories. 2. Animals Suffer From Abnormal Repetitive Behavior- Abnormal repetitive behavior, also known as ARB, is the scientific term for repetitive behaviors demonstrated by captive animals. This can cover all sorts of strange looking behaviors that are indicative of stress including pacing, head bobbing, swaying from side to side, rocking, sitting motionless and biting themselves. These behaviors, which are typical of animals kept in captivity such as zoo animals, are attributed to depression, boredom and psychoses. Since most of us only have knowledge of these wild animals from seeing them at the zoo, it isn’t always easy to recognize these stress behaviors. Many zoo keepers aren’t even aware of these signs themselves, and if they are they certainly aren’t eager to explain them to us. With members of the public beginning to catch on, some zoos routinely give anti-depressants or tranquilizers in an attempt to control the problems. 3. Surplus Animals Are Killed- Surplus animals are unwanted animals that are a result of systematic overproduction by zoos. These surplus animals are either killed (and in some cases are fed to their fellow zoo inhabitants) or are sold to other zoos or dealers. Selling surplus animals is a profitable way for zoos to dispose of them, with many ending up at hunting ranches, pet shops, taxidermists, circuses, exotic meat industries, and even research facilities. standup911: This 3-year-old just went to the zoo, and he immediately hated what he saw Caters TV the dodo They see animalsand then lock them up ***CUTENESS OVERLOAD*** - Reasons to BoycottZoos 🙏❤️ 1. Zoos Cannot Provide Sufficient Space- No matter how big some zoos try to make their enclosures, no matter how many pretty pictures they paint on the walls, and no matter how many branches they place around, these spaces in no way compare to the natural habitat that the animals were meant to be in. They are far smaller and far less stimulating. This is particularly the case for species that roam large distances in their native environment. Studies show that elephants (who typically travel 30 miles per day) are confined to spaces, on average, 1,000 times smaller than their wild habitats and that polar bears have spaces approximately 1,000,000 times smaller than their arctic territories. 2. Animals Suffer From Abnormal Repetitive Behavior- Abnormal repetitive behavior, also known as ARB, is the scientific term for repetitive behaviors demonstrated by captive animals. This can cover all sorts of strange looking behaviors that are indicative of stress including pacing, head bobbing, swaying from side to side, rocking, sitting motionless and biting themselves. These behaviors, which are typical of animals kept in captivity such as zoo animals, are attributed to depression, boredom and psychoses. Since most of us only have knowledge of these wild animals from seeing them at the zoo, it isn’t always easy to recognize these stress behaviors. Many zoo keepers aren’t even aware of these signs themselves, and if they are they certainly aren’t eager to explain them to us. With members of the public beginning to catch on, some zoos routinely give anti-depressants or tranquilizers in an attempt to control the problems. 3. Surplus Animals Are Killed- Surplus animals are unwanted animals that are a result of systematic overproduction by zoos. These surplus animals are either killed (and in some cases are fed to their fellow zoo inhabitants) or are sold to other zoos or dealers. Selling surplus animals is a profitable way for zoos to dispose of them, with many ending up at hunting ranches, pet shops, taxidermists, circuses, exotic meat industries, and even research facilities. standup911
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Care2.com- 5 Reasons to BoycottZoos 🙏❤️ 1. Zoos Cannot Provide Sufficient Space- No matter how big some zoos try to make their enclosures, no matter how many pretty pictures they paint on the walls, and no matter how many branches they place around, these spaces in no way compare to the natural habitat that the animals were meant to be in. They are far smaller and far less stimulating. This is particularly the case for species that roam large distances in their native environment. Studies show that elephants (who typically travel 30 miles per day) are confined to spaces, on average, 1,000 times smaller than their wild habitats and that polar bears have spaces approximately 1,000,000 times smaller than their arctic territories. 2. Animals Suffer From Abnormal Repetitive Behavior- Abnormal repetitive behavior, also known as ARB, is the scientific term for repetitive behaviors demonstrated by captive animals. This can cover all sorts of strange looking behaviors that are indicative of stress including pacing, head bobbing, swaying from side to side, rocking, sitting motionless and biting themselves. These behaviors, which are typical of animals kept in captivity such as zoo animals, are attributed to depression, boredom and psychoses. Since most of us only have knowledge of these wild animals from seeing them at the zoo, it isn’t always easy to recognize these stress behaviors. Many zoo keepers aren’t even aware of these signs themselves, and if they are they certainly aren’t eager to explain them to us. With members of the public beginning to catch on, some zoos routinely give anti-depressants or tranquilizers in an attempt to control the problems. 3. Surplus Animals Are Killed- Surplus animals are unwanted animals that are a result of systematic overproduction by zoos. These surplus animals are either killed (and in some cases are fed to their fellow zoo inhabitants) or are sold to other zoos or dealers. Selling surplus animals is a profitable way for zoos to dispose of them, with many ending up at hunting ranches, pet shops, taxidermists, circuses, exotic meat industries, and even research facilities. NationalAnimalRightsDay Cont in comments 👇: This 3-year-old just went to the zoo, and he immediately hated what he saw This kid just went to a zoo and he's so upset Care2.com- 5 Reasons to BoycottZoos 🙏❤️ 1. Zoos Cannot Provide Sufficient Space- No matter how big some zoos try to make their enclosures, no matter how many pretty pictures they paint on the walls, and no matter how many branches they place around, these spaces in no way compare to the natural habitat that the animals were meant to be in. They are far smaller and far less stimulating. This is particularly the case for species that roam large distances in their native environment. Studies show that elephants (who typically travel 30 miles per day) are confined to spaces, on average, 1,000 times smaller than their wild habitats and that polar bears have spaces approximately 1,000,000 times smaller than their arctic territories. 2. Animals Suffer From Abnormal Repetitive Behavior- Abnormal repetitive behavior, also known as ARB, is the scientific term for repetitive behaviors demonstrated by captive animals. This can cover all sorts of strange looking behaviors that are indicative of stress including pacing, head bobbing, swaying from side to side, rocking, sitting motionless and biting themselves. These behaviors, which are typical of animals kept in captivity such as zoo animals, are attributed to depression, boredom and psychoses. Since most of us only have knowledge of these wild animals from seeing them at the zoo, it isn’t always easy to recognize these stress behaviors. Many zoo keepers aren’t even aware of these signs themselves, and if they are they certainly aren’t eager to explain them to us. With members of the public beginning to catch on, some zoos routinely give anti-depressants or tranquilizers in an attempt to control the problems. 3. Surplus Animals Are Killed- Surplus animals are unwanted animals that are a result of systematic overproduction by zoos. These surplus animals are either killed (and in some cases are fed to their fellow zoo inhabitants) or are sold to other zoos or dealers. Selling surplus animals is a profitable way for zoos to dispose of them, with many ending up at hunting ranches, pet shops, taxidermists, circuses, exotic meat industries, and even research facilities. NationalAnimalRightsDay Cont in comments 👇
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Today’s special edition depicts a little bit about Tahilalats comic. It first created by nurfadli mursyid in early 2014. He never cease to draw this “educational” comic, until in early 2016, Fadli met @dirgadeka who was digging his own grave out of boredom. Chemistry aroused between them. They’ve been working on Tahilalats comic strip together ever since until it become even more educational. Together they produce comic strip everyday with just so-so drawing skills. Until @papsiyan came up. He’s been found alive in the gutter after years! It’s alleged that he was a victim of soap abuse. Iyan has a better drawing skill than Fadli and Dirga altogether. He then became a role model for them both. Now, Tahilalats team consists of three people, Dirga as ingenious mind, Iyan as a role model in drawing, and Fadli as someone who whipped them all. Thank you for following our comic stories everyday. We love you.: TEMAN-TEMAN TEMA KOMIK HARI INI BAGUSNYA APA YA HMM BAGAIMANA KALAU TENTANG METEOR JATUH MIND LOW ON 2017 TAHILALATS. coM A METEOR JATUUUUH Today’s special edition depicts a little bit about Tahilalats comic. It first created by nurfadli mursyid in early 2014. He never cease to draw this “educational” comic, until in early 2016, Fadli met @dirgadeka who was digging his own grave out of boredom. Chemistry aroused between them. They’ve been working on Tahilalats comic strip together ever since until it become even more educational. Together they produce comic strip everyday with just so-so drawing skills. Until @papsiyan came up. He’s been found alive in the gutter after years! It’s alleged that he was a victim of soap abuse. Iyan has a better drawing skill than Fadli and Dirga altogether. He then became a role model for them both. Now, Tahilalats team consists of three people, Dirga as ingenious mind, Iyan as a role model in drawing, and Fadli as someone who whipped them all. Thank you for following our comic stories everyday. We love you.

Today’s special edition depicts a little bit about Tahilalats comic. It first created by nurfadli mursyid in early 2014. He never cease t...

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Follow ➡️ @holisticali PLEASE LIKE AND TAG EVERYONE, SWIPE FOR RECOMMENDATIONS AND HELP ⬇️⬇️⬇️ At what point did boredom become a mental disorder? Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) seems to have become an epidemic in the United States, with roughly 19% of Americans diagnosed. Meanwhile, in France, the diagnosis rate is only .5%. So what explains such a wide disparity? Well, first and foremost, one must recognize that ADHD is an extremely questionable "disorder." A few decades ago, ADHD would have just been called "boredom." In fact, even Dr. Edward C. Hamlyn of the Royal College of General Practitioners stated, "ADHD is fraud intended to justify starting children on a life of drug addiction." Confessing before his death, Leon Eisenberg—one of the "founding fathers" of ADHD as a psychiatric disorder—said, "ADHD is a prime example of a fictitious disease." In France, there are numerous cultural differences compared to the U.S. Generally, the French discourage the consumption of chemical-processed foods much more than in America. This is especially true for children in school, who often eat meals that are prepared by chefs-in-training using ingredients from local produce and livestock. With all the high fructose corn syrup, GMO foods, stimulants, allergens, etc. in our children's diets, no wonder they cannot focus or stay calm. Plus they are children! Children naturally tend to be active and energetic, which is why constraining them to an assigned seat in a prison-like classroom provokes misbehavior. Do schoolchildren have a "deficit in attention", or are they just bored out of their minds? When you cannot pay attention to a boring film, do you assume it is because you have a mental disorder that inhibits your ability to focus? Of course not! You walk out of the theater and demand a refund! Instead of questioning what we feed our kids or the schools we put them in, our default assumption is that there's something inherently wrong with our children. CONT ⬇️ ADHD HolisticAli BrainHealth ADD IG 👉🏽 @realrawtruth FACEBOOK-YOUTUBE-SNAPCHAT 👉🏽 @holisticali SUBSCRIBE TO NEW YOUTUBE LINK IN BIO: FOUNDING FATHER OF ADHD/ADD CONFESSES IGIFB HOLISTIC ALI ADHD ISA PRIME EXAMPLE OF A FAKE DISEASE -LEON EISENBERG Follow ➡️ @holisticali PLEASE LIKE AND TAG EVERYONE, SWIPE FOR RECOMMENDATIONS AND HELP ⬇️⬇️⬇️ At what point did boredom become a mental disorder? Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) seems to have become an epidemic in the United States, with roughly 19% of Americans diagnosed. Meanwhile, in France, the diagnosis rate is only .5%. So what explains such a wide disparity? Well, first and foremost, one must recognize that ADHD is an extremely questionable "disorder." A few decades ago, ADHD would have just been called "boredom." In fact, even Dr. Edward C. Hamlyn of the Royal College of General Practitioners stated, "ADHD is fraud intended to justify starting children on a life of drug addiction." Confessing before his death, Leon Eisenberg—one of the "founding fathers" of ADHD as a psychiatric disorder—said, "ADHD is a prime example of a fictitious disease." In France, there are numerous cultural differences compared to the U.S. Generally, the French discourage the consumption of chemical-processed foods much more than in America. This is especially true for children in school, who often eat meals that are prepared by chefs-in-training using ingredients from local produce and livestock. With all the high fructose corn syrup, GMO foods, stimulants, allergens, etc. in our children's diets, no wonder they cannot focus or stay calm. Plus they are children! Children naturally tend to be active and energetic, which is why constraining them to an assigned seat in a prison-like classroom provokes misbehavior. Do schoolchildren have a "deficit in attention", or are they just bored out of their minds? When you cannot pay attention to a boring film, do you assume it is because you have a mental disorder that inhibits your ability to focus? Of course not! You walk out of the theater and demand a refund! Instead of questioning what we feed our kids or the schools we put them in, our default assumption is that there's something inherently wrong with our children. CONT ⬇️ ADHD HolisticAli BrainHealth ADD IG 👉🏽 @realrawtruth FACEBOOK-YOUTUBE-SNAPCHAT 👉🏽 @holisticali SUBSCRIBE TO NEW YOUTUBE LINK IN BIO

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