Some of these are really cool must have designs…others will start a conversation.
Russia is well known for its biggest tower in Moscow (540m), but these photos are made on the smaller tower (270m) in the district of Moscow. Don’t know what is with these Russians but it seams to love big towers. I like the way it looks like and like the photos. Don’t know who is the brave photographer and if someone knows pleas write. I would like to put its name here.
An unnamed Spanish farmer, who accidentally shot himself in the face with a shotgun five years ago, has received the first full face transplant in the world. The shot destroyed his face from his eye sockets and downwards; miraculously, however, his eyes and vision were not damaged.
The team of 30 doctors performed the transplant at Vall d’Hebron University Hospital in Barcelona. The doctors operated for more than 20 hours. As it turned the surges with the so called ” God syndrome ” really became gods. This is a true miracle.
One misconception of Yoga is that this historical practice dates back to the beginning of human civilization. In truth, the evidence of Yoga poses illustrated on rocks shows us that Yoga was developed close to the year 3000 B.C. However, academics suspect that Yoga's roots began in Shamanism during the Stone Age. This is thought because of the similarities between Shamanism and Yoga. Both practices focused on the health and well-being of humans, while inserting certain religious ideals within the customs that were intended to reach a broad range of humans.
Yoga has endured both time and travel, yet it continues to be a world-wide phenomenon. Different practices and techniques have evolved over time, but the original ideals, customs, and movements have remained intact from the original practice. The attitude of Yogis is non-judgmental and accepting, which invites a wide variety of people to seek out the practice of Yoga. There has never before been a practice that has sustained its elements the way that Yoga has.