Source: Element5 Digital on Unsplash When I met my kindergarten teacher for the first time, I didn't ever want to leave the school -- I still distinctly remember that fond memory. As time passed, I met new people and became a new person. But one of the biggest factors to my development (emotionally, mentally, physically, … Continue reading Happiness: Great Teachers
Those days were known as the ephemeral ones| Lasting for beautiful fleeting moments just measured by the sun.| The muses hast shown they travelled the lands, seas, and never ending skies,| Helping all those in need that they would come by.|
Apotelesma, the influence that stars have over human destiny; The girl found angels on Earth through some otherworldly silent plea, As if the stars themselves had sent them down from the vast universe, To make her life as blessed as a living heaven.
The doctor told me that writing letters usually helps. But I don't know what I'm waiting for. Maybe if I write enough, you'll respond. Perhaps it's like the story of the thousand paper cranes; if I make enough, I'll get a wish. And the only thing that I would wish for is for you to be back.
Source: Oxbridge Academy Many of us are students that need to learn things fast. (If you've ever been in the position where there are three projects and 4 tests that you have to check off of your to-do list in just one week, you know what I'm talking about.) So I think it would be … Continue reading Starting the Study Process
Photo Credit: Moumita Dutta I feel like this is an especially important topic, even more so now because it is summer. I recently came back from a vacation, and it was really nice. I toured much of the U.S. and got to see some big cities like New York, Boston, and Washington D.C. I think … Continue reading Happiness: Vacations
Source: Shutterstock I never really paid much attention to blood types... I don't even know my own! But it was interesting to me how some blood types could be universal donors, while others could not. So I decided to take a look into it and provide my insights on them, as well as a quick … Continue reading The Beauty of Blood Types
Credit: Olesia Bilkei on Shutterstock Rain usually makes me feel happy, but it's always related to sad things. Sometimes, I just don't understand why. When I was a kid, rain meant jumping in puddles and using my favourite umbrella. But as I grew up, I saw rain getting more frequently used as a symbol for … Continue reading Happiness: Rain
You've probably seen the above picture before -- it's one of Venus the cat, an animal that became famous because of their unique outward appearance. But what if I told you that there was a specific name for this abnormality, and that it's much more common than you think it is (though not as obvious)?
This is the first in hopefully a long series of posts about the human body. I hope for it to be an easy and comprehensive guide to help understand the wonders of our body. I'm starting with the circulatory system (my favorite!) and today we are going to focus on the heart. Since it is such a big topic, we are going to split it up into two posts. This one will focus on the structure and the functions of the different chambers.