Archive for August, 2014

The Duel

Monday, August 25th, 2014

Some pet owners take this to the end of feel that your pet continues to live and suffer somewhere. For others it is very difficult to make a new pet for fear not to be loyal with your pet (pets) previous. Anger may be directed to the disease that killed the veterinarian that your pet, the driver who was speeding, driving. failed. to not save your life. It is sometimes justified, but when it is carried to the end, you distracts from the important task, which is to resolve your grief. Depression is a natural consequence of the duel, which can leave you without forces to deal with your feelings. Extreme depression deprives you of your motivation and your energy, making you refugies in your sadness.

What can I do with my feelings? The most important thing is that you’re honest about what you feel. Do not deny your worth, or your feelings of anger and guilt. Only by examining and making peace with your feelings you will solve them. You have the right to feel pain and sorrow. Someone beloved has died, and you feel alone and disconsolate.

You have the right to feel angry or guilty. Acknowledge your feelings, and then ask yourself what are the circumstances justifying them. Ignore the penalty will not go. Express it. He cries, screams, hits the floor, talk about it. Do what will help you most. Don’t try to avoid the penalty not talking about your pet; Instead, remember the good times. This will help you to really understand what the loss of your pet means to you. Some are beneficial in expressing their feelings and memories in the form of poems, stories, or letters to mascot (pets). Other strategies include modifying your routine in order to fill the gaps of time that I have been spending time with pets (pets), preparing a tribute such as for example a collage of photos, or simply talking with others about your loss.

America Latina

Sunday, August 24th, 2014

The scam to at least is news these days three million people in Colombia who invested money in companies that offered quick and prodigious gains. Those gains did not appear as it offered and the people has been prorrumpido through the streets manifested and up to commit excesses in the midst of the furor of his claims. The Government has intervened. The Financial Superintendent resigned and today your substitute decision-maker and manages expedited the return of at least part of the heritage caught savers from these financial organizations. And the police has been able to make around 40 million dollars accumulated by the administrators of the famous pyramids. You are often called pyramids because it’s that a person recruited 4 or 6 or more individuals who contribute an amount of money by putting it at the disposal of those in charge.

Each of those recruited must do the same so a big Member and money influx is expected. Charges of all participants that successfully carry aportadoras people’s money by inverter achieving with this juicy profits in very short time. These organizations have also existed in Mexico. In the 1980s he spoke much of them. In Mexicali, for example, I knew people that earned up to 1000% in just 4 days. Seeing results so, people immediately want to continue investing looking forward to seeing your money grow by divine intervention. Quite a few people have managed to charge high sums in these pyramidal maneuvers.

As long as the influx of new members is kept constant and the integrity of the organizers is present everything is like a glorious dream. Problems become apparent when distrust arises. People doubt. Already come not new recruits, therefore, there is no new money and many people will claim what he saw before in other people: profits. Someone get injured and protests are angry. The lack of probity of the administrators of the pyramid is also a decisive factor for the failure of a company like these.

Alfredo Munoz

Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

His work with Toyo Ito in Tokyo led to his appointment as the Manager of Toyo Ito s office in Spain at the early age of 23 years. Alfredo moved then to Barcelona for this task and to manage the expansion of the Barcelona Fair locally, to large scale project (3 million sqf) of mixed use in the city. During this period in Barcelona, Alfredo kept combining an intense professional and academic activity, working on his PhD at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia on the combination of creative processes in Asia, Europe and America, establishing new ways of architectural creation. His architectural vision and the result of this research, Alfredo allowed to teach and lecture in prestigious international architecture schools, such as Columbia University in New York, UPenn in Philadelpia, Pescara in Italy, Royal University in Stockholm, Tongji University in Shanghai, European University in Madrid, the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, along others or. After this experience in Toyo Ito Spain, Alfredo Munoz accepted the offer of the large multinational Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM) to join their senior team in New York, giving up the Executive MBA from the University of Chicago where he was accepted as the youngest person in the program Hasta fecha in the more than 100 years of history of the institution. During 4 and a half years at SOM, Alfredo Munoz worked as Technical Coordinator and Project Manager of Large projects in the USA, Kuwait and India, like the Alhambra Tower or the USA Army National Museum, just to mention a few.

His last 2 years at SOM, already as an associate, Alfredo took charge of the operations of the firm in India, and after this period, I have left the company to be able to work on his own projects. After some other experiences, Alfredo Munoz started the international studio ABIBOO Architecture (www.abiboo.com) with headquarters in Spain, USA, India and, and with projects in Spain, Norway, Sweden, Peru, USA, Taiwan, Viet Nam, India and. Such projects go from villas for celebrities to large building developments. In alignment with his association with Academy, Alfredo Munoz currently works as assessor at the Advisory Board of Directors of MARG Institute of Design & Architecture Swarnabhoomi to create an international renowned university located in Chennai, India. He is as well assessor for the Board of Directors of two companies in the Real Estate area, one in Spain and one in the USA. Alfredo Munoz keeps touring the world managing ABIBOO Architecture projects, growing his anthropological knowledge and applying, along with his team, all I’ve learned in the Projects he performs.

New York Nepalese Maoists

Monday, August 4th, 2014

Just the fourth book by Susann Klossek appeared under the title of “Tropical fever” stories from the stranger – the fourth work of Susann Klossek. “Travel is, in every moment to be born and die.” This travel book looks behind the scenes, behind the tourist enclaves beautifully described in guidebooks and dream beaches of the world. In addition to the beautiful, it deals the longing of the traveller, his solitude but also with happiness, that is him on every new travel also relentlessly with the evil and Renegade, the poverty. Travel is a Symphony of the senses. On their travels Susann Klossek met including the wife of a semi famous emigrant, Thai ladyboys, an intrusive Filipino doctor, a stressed Munich film crew, Russian money collectors, New York Nepalese Maoists, Laotian Art thieves, drug dealers, cat dompteuren in monk robes, a Japanese Zen master, neo-Nazis in the Nevada desert, almost a Zapatero and the spirit of Frida Kahlo. It is now in the entire German-speaking book – also via all online portals – can be ordered. For bookseller under Victor Hugo “Tropical fever” Susann Klossek ISBN 978-3-8334-8669-2 372 pages 38 CHF / 23 Euro Susann Klossek was born in 1966 in Leipzig.

She studied German Philology and Slavic Studies and later moved into the economy. Among other things, she worked as Assistant, export Manager, Publisher, free artist and bartender. Currently she is working as a freelance journalist for newspapers and as a freelance writer as editor and columnist for a Swiss IT and economic, as well as a lifestyle magazine,. Susann Klossek lives in Zurich and visited 30 countries over the last 15 years. 2003 “Nothing and nothing again” appeared (poetry), 2005 “men” (Shortstories) and 2006 “Touch in the thicket” (poetry). In addition, she has published in various literary magazines in the Switzerland, Germany and Austria, as well as in two anthologies. She is currently working on two novels.