There are various kinds of sciences in the world, but the ones that we value the most are those that can affect and improve our lives today. After all, if something doesnt benefit our life here and now, or in the foreseeable future, then why would we want to waste our time to actually learn it?
Science exists in order to research nature and find ways to improve our lives. If we see that a certain science will benefit us, then we will invest great effort and means to learn it. Throughout history we have seen that science develops in order for society to progress and advance. For example, scientific advancement led to the invention of the steam engine and other mechanical devices. On the other hand, when these inventions became obsolete, we no longer had any use for the science that created them. In other words, a science can appear and disappear depending on our need for it.
Kabbalah is an ancient science that has recently reappeared and continues to become increasingly popular because it offers knowledge that is of great benefit to todays society. It is the science that enables us to understand ourselves and the world around us in its entirety. There is no other science that can completely explain the structure, function, and laws of the universe.
Why is Kabbalah able to offer us a complete knowledge that is beyond the boundary of more traditional sciences? It’s because Kabbalah deals with concepts that are beyond time and spaceour eternal, spiritual existence. And since this science studies things that are eternal, the science itself is eternally valuable. That is to say, the information it offers will never become “obsolete.”
But if Kabbalah contains such great knowledge, then why aren’t more people learning it? The reason for this is that Kabbalah cannot be learned the same way that other sciences are learned. If a person tries to learn Kabbalah in order to be knowledgeable or smart, then he will not really learn it. In order to learn Kabbalah, a person must focus on the new sensations he feels while studying since
There used to be a time when PC games ruled the games market. Although PC games are still the most popular, the monopoly has been broken with the rise of gaming websites. Highly engaging and interactive online games has the potential to take on PC games. You need not stick to a few particular games as an online game station has several games in store for you. And the technology which has brought about this transformation is Flash, a tool which enables programmers and designers to develop animations and games with compelling graphics and high quality audio output. Moreover, Flash game development can bring about user interactivity which is again a big factor in the success of a game. A players interest is sustained when the games are interactive. Desktop Flash games are also developed and are available for download online.
The scope of games development using Flash technology has also found favor beyond the gaming portals. Corporate websites use games as part of their strategy to promote their products and services in a different and interesting manner. A business concept can be subtly wrapped around a game. Apart from brands promotion, games developers are also busy creating games for e-learning sites. Educational games such as puzzles, puzzles, crosswords, and other logic based games are developed for these e-learning sites. Flash development can make learning experience entertaining and exciting. Other sites also use the service of Flash game developers to bring about some of sort of entertainment and amusement to their sites.
The demand for Flash game developers is understandably quite high. You can bring down cost of game development through outsourcing. There are so many animation and games development agencies in India that can accomplish your task at much lower rates. Indian game developers are equipped with the latest tools and technologies such as Flash. Their creativity also ensures that the games are interesting and compelling. You can easily reach an Indian game development company online. The online search engine can lead you to hundreds of such Indian companies. However, study their portfolios before you contact one of them.
Everyone raves about the benefits of team sports for children. They develop teamwork. They develop social skills and networks of friends and so on. But team sports may pale in comparison to individual performance sports when it comes to things like independent thought, leadership, and self reliance.
Self reliance is a skill undoubtedly developed in individual sports. As a sole performer, you’ve got no one to rely on but yourself. Training for that event you may have several friends and training partners helping you, but you know that it’s up to you on performance day. Whereas in group sports most athletes have the knowledge that success and failure both are a team effort, and no matter how well or how poorly one performs, it’s up to the team as a whole to work together and win. One may argue this develops dependence rather than independence.
In team sports, there may be a team captain whose real job is to boost moral and lead the team with confidence and focus. But the rest of the team is just that, part of a team. They are expected to perform their functions on that team to the best of their ability, and follow the team structure set up by the coach. They are trained to follow. Individual performance sports however, do not teach this skill as such. Trainees are still taught to follow and trust the coach, but the act of standing alone under pressure and following your own plan is what translates more closely to those skills of a leader.
Individual performance sports like martial arts, gymnastics, and various track and field events force the trainee to stand alone, to fight alone, and to perform alone. Decisions must be made by you and only you in the moment. If you fail, it is on your shoulders, and if you succeed, that too is your success alone. This creates a deep sense of self confidence and self reliance. It instills the knowledge that one is capable of acting alone against challenging circumstances. This is one of the most important things to
The history of online gaming can be traced back to the early 1980’s with the advent of the personal computer and the internet. Instead of playing a game by yourself, you suddenly had the ability to play either against or cooperatively with another person somewhere else.
Although email based games were available much earlier earlier, the first real online games were text based role-playing games called ‘MUDs’ (Multi-User Dungeon, Domain or Dimension). These games allowed multiple people to play at once in the same scenario. MUDs were in much of the same format as current day titles like WoW (World of Warcraft). Both games are relied on chance, similar to rules used in the popular board game ‘Dungeons and Dragons.’ The only difference being that MUDs used textual descriptions in replace of graphics.
The next revolution in online gaming came with the first person shooter. Unlike MUDs before it, first person shooters replaced the text descriptions with graphical representations on the screen. Wolfenstein 3D was the first notable title to do this. Equally, if not more popular, was DOOM. First-person shooters typically allowed a small number of users (10 or so) to play at once. As computer technology grew, games became more and more graphic intensive. With the internet being more readily available, online games were able to support massive amounts of simultaneous players. Hence, the MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Game) was born. Players could now form entire online communities in a virtual world. Popular MMORPG titles include Everquest, Guild Wars, WoW, plus many others. WoW currently has over 10 million subscribers.
The following was taken from the Blizzard website: “PARIS, France. 22 January, 2008 — Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. announced today that subscribership for World of Warcraft, its award-winning massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), has continued to climb, recently passing 10 million worldwide. Interest in the game has remained high in all regions, with thousands of new and returning players signing up through the holiday season. World of Warcraft now hosts more than 2 million subscribers in Europe, more than 2.5 million in North America,
Marriott International will be making its debut into the Sri Lankan hospitality market in 2014 after signing an agreement with Weligama Hotel Properties Ltd to open a new brand hotel.
The hotel group has announced that it will be opening the new Weligama Bay Marriott Resort & Spa to tourists planning Sri Lanka holidays in 2014 and it will have 200 guest rooms.
“Marriott is delighted to be extending its portfolio and opening a world-class hotel in Sri Lanka,” stated Simon Cooper, the President and Managing Director of Marriott, Asia Pacific.
“Sri Lanka is a destination that has great potential and opportunity and we hope to capitalise on that and establish a strong presence in the country. We are confident that the reputation of Marriott Hotels and Resorts and the power of Marriott Rewards, our loyalty programme, will create great interest from both local and international travellers and be successful in promoting the beautiful area of Weligama Bay, as well as the country itself as this is our first hotel here.”
The new Sri Lanka hotel is located in the district of Weligama, in the city of Matara on the south coast of the Indian Ocean island.
The Weligama Bay Marriott Resort & Spa will cater for both leisure treavellers looking for relaxing holidays in Sri Lanka and business travellers looking for comfortable accommodation and features 640-square-metres of flexible ballroom space and modern meeting rooms. The Sri Lanka hotels facilities also include a swimming pool with pool bar, three gourmet restaurants, a modern fitness centre, and guests will also have access to a stretch of pristine sandy beach.
Mr. Nahil Wijesuriya, the Chairman, East West Properties PLC, the parent company of Weligama Hotel Properties Ltd, explained: “We are among the first companies in Sri Lanka to sign up with an international branded hotel company and to open as early as 2014. The resort is being built according to Marriott International’s five star brand standards, with a beach frontage of 115 meters on the Galle-Matara road in the South-East of the country.
Sri Lanka is famous for its stunning natural scenery