1. Money2. Health insurance3. Boredom4. Can help others5. Can grow intellectually6. Can meet new people7. Retirement benefits8. Material benefits9. Prestige10. I have to
500 million people7 billion people in the world. 300 million of them have blue eyes. This equals 4.29 percent.
The top ten countries in per capita crime rate are as follows:1. Dominica: 113.822 per 1,000 people2. New Zealand: 105.881 per 1,000 people3. Finland: 101.526 per 1,000 people4. Denmark: 92.8277 per 1,000 people5. Chile: 88.226 per 1,000 people6. United Kingdom: 85.5517 per 1,000 people7. Montserrat: 80.3982 per 1,000 people8. United States: 80.0645 per 1,000 people9. Netherlands: 79.5779 per 1,000 people10. South Africa: 77.1862 per 1,000 people
'Sword' fighting, Break them when you're stressed, Chew on them when you're stressed, Toss them up to stick in the ceiling tiles, Use the eraser, Stick them in your ears, up your nose or under your lip like fangs, Eat with them like chop sticks, Use them to 'play' the drums. Use them like chop sticks in your hair, Make a pinwheel, then use a push pin to stick it to the eraser. If you need ten things to do with a pencil, you obviously have too much time on your hands.
A career as a flight attendant will require a lot of dedication and passion. Working with the public will be the first priority for a flight attendant. Flight attendants are hired by major airlines to provide safety and security to all travelers. The flight attendant will be the first person a passenger will see while boarding the plane. They will greet the passengers, check tickets, and direct passengers on where to place their carry on items. One hour before the plane takes off, flight attendants are briefed by the pilots on emergency evacuation procedures, expected weather conditions, coordination of other crew members, and the length of the flight.The responsibilities of a flight attendant are many1) Ensure that first aid kits are in working order2) Food and beverage supplies are stocked up3) Answer passengers questions and concerns4) Ensures passengers of a comfortable and enjoyable fight5) Provides pillows, food, and beverages6) Assists small children, the elderly, and disabled people7) Instruct passengers on the use of emergency equipment8) Check that passengers seat belts are fastened9) Carry on items are properly stored10) All seat backs are in the correct positions for every flight.A person who becomes a flight attendant will need to be certified through the Federal Aviation Association. Job duties are learned through on the job training at a flight training center. They will fly sixty five to ninety hours a month, and they will spend fifty hours a month on the ground preparing for the flight. Most flight attendants will start out on reserve or on call status. Home bases and routes are bid on and awarded to the person who has more seniority, and they must be able to work flexible hours. Beginning pay scales for all flight attendants start out at $16,000 a year, and then go up to $35,000 as they move up in seniority. The top flight attendants make $65,000 a year. Flight attendants are also given incentives to work holidays, nights, and international flights.
To live on mars you would need a very thick layer between you and outside incase of random dusk storms with gale force winds or at night when it snows dry ice because mars atmosphere is mostly made of carbon dioxide, there is also a chance you could get serious burns from exposure to the sun on mars because mars has no protective ozone layer like earth. you wold need to have a large supply of air,water and food to last and great amount of time up there. Another major flaw is that it will take you over a year to get there (that's months and months of eating space food).
Salient features of Self-control:1. Self-control is a mechanism using which it controls itself.2. The aim of Self-control is to maintain status quo.3. It is physiological control and not man made.4. It is bidirectional control. It can facilitate or retard a thought or action.5. It continues to function even in presence of a change.6. We need Semi voluntary force to have Self-control5. It occurs in our mind6. It is a unique feature of natural people and not found in modern or religious people7. It is not compatible with modern languages.Self-control should not be confused with self-discipline, which is man made unidirectional control. It is used by modern and religious people.The Mind:Self-control occurs in our mind. Therefore, we must know what mind is.All the skeletal muscles of the body isometrically (harden and soften) as a single unit called Unified Skeletal Muscle or USM, popularly known as mind.The seven states of mind:The mind has seven states.They are,1. Dreaming mind2. Illusory mind3. Voluntary mind4. Semi voluntary/ Default mind5. Involuntary mind6. Status altering mind7. Compulsive mindSelf-control occurs in the Semi voluntary mind only. Therefore, to understand Self-control we must know what Semi voluntary force associated with this mind.The Semi voluntary force:In this there is a layer of voluntary force at the level of the navel trapped between two layers of Semi voluntary force. The semi voluntary force extend from head and also from the feet towards our navel. At the top of the head is our negative attitude and at the sole of our feet is our positive attitude.Mechanism of Self-control:Self-control produces a sinusoidal wave. The graph is produced by changes in the tone of the USM.Control at the positive attitude:If we neglect a biological need it induces displeasure, leading to fall in the tone of our USM, thus lowering our 'I' from the navel. If the fall in tone is just enough to support the body our 'I' would have reached the positive attitude at the sole of our feet. Then our effort to get and have the biological need induces pleasure, thus gradually increasing the tone of our USM. This reversal is due to positive feedback from rest of the activities of our life. This takes our 'I' to the top of our head.Control at the negative attitude:With 'I' at the top of our head our pleasure becomes maximum and the negative attitude reverses the emotion produced to displeasure. This reversal is due to retardation of our effort to have the biological need by rest of the activities of our life.Movement of 'I' between the positive and negative attitudes:We note that due to Self-control our 'I' moves within our USM or mind in the form of a sinusoidal wave but never beyond them.Any further attempts to have the biological need produces fear and anger in the same sinusoidal way.Thus, Self-control is the mechanism that forces us to pay equal attention to all of our biological needs.
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Kasi tribe is known as the most educated and well disciplined tribe of pashtuns, if you go further deep into their history then its about 13000 years old, Kasi's mostly known to be in Pakistan's city Quetta can be found in Iran,Palestine,Iraq and Afghanistan too.Contents1 The Pashtun Family Tree2 Sub-Tribes (Kasi Bin Kharashboon Bin Sarhban Bin Qais Abdul Rashid)3 Books References4 Sources5 Arif Kasi6 Famous People7 Culture8 Artist & Art9 About Quetta10 Pashtun11 Feedback// The Pashtun Family TreeIn the early seventeenth century, a Pashtun from North India called Khwaja Ni'mat Allah described the tribal structure and origin of Pashtun Society in this work, the Makbzan-I Afghani. Although it undoubtedly contains information on the ethnogenesis of the Pashtuns, this genealogy should not be read as a sound historical source that indicates how the Pashtuns came into being as a distinct ethnic group. Instead, it should be used as a source of information, from the seventeenth century or earlier, for the way in which the Pashtuns saw themselves as a group.Ni'mat Allah differentiates between four main groups of Pashtuns. These are the descendants of the three sons of the putative ancestor of al Pashtuns, Qays Abdul Al-Rashid Pathan, plus another, fourth group. The putative ancestor himself descended, according to traditional genealogies, from King Sarul (Saul), the Jewish king. The allegedly Jewish ancestry of the Pashtuns was a subject always hotly debated in Pashtun tea houses!The three sons of Qays Abdul Al-Rashid pathan were named Sarban, Bitan and Ghurghusht (although there are many variants of these names). Most important of these, at least in the eyes of Ni'mat Allah, was Sarban. He was the eldest son. His descendants, via his son Sharkhbun, are mainly found in South Afghanistan, and via his other son Kharshbun, in the Peshawar Valley. Those in the west include the Abdalis, who since the mid-eighteenth century are called the Durranis. Those in the east include the Yousfzay, who lie north of Peshawar, and many other tribes in the same area.Genealogy of Pathan tribes, from The Imperial Gazetteer of India, Vol. XIX, Pg 207 The relationship between the descendants of Sharkhbun and Kharshbun is of great interest. If Ni'mat Allah is correct, this would indicate historical connections. In this context the spread of another group, namely the offspring of a man called Kasi, is also important. Kasi was another descendant of Kharshbun, the son of Sarban. Kasi's descendants include the Shinwaris, who nowadays live in the Jalalabad area west of Peshawar. But they also include two other tribes who live far to the south, in the Quetta region southeast of Qandahar, namely the Kasis themselves and the Ketrans.You can also download the Pata Khazana and see page number 10 which is about Kasi. Pata Khazana or the Hidden Treasure is a biography of Pashtoon poets from the earliest times to the time of Mohammad Hotak, the author. It was written in 1728-29 AD in Kandahar, Afghanistan. The earliest poet mentioned in Pata Khazana, Amir Krorr, died in 771 AD.Lt. General Sir Georage Macmunn observes: "This race (Semitic) claims that it is descended from Saul by a grandson Afghana, said to have been solomon's commander-in-Chief, through one Kish or Kasi, eighteenth in descent from the first King of Israel. There is no direct evidence in support of this claim."Sub-Tribes (Kasi Bin Kharashboon Bin Sarhban Bin Qais Abdul Rashid)1. Akazai (Balochistan)2. Zamarianai3. Muhammad Zai4. Moseegh5. Seron6. Kattran7. Qaum Yar8. Shinwari9. Herh10. Slatt11. Saam12. Alo ZaiBooks References1. Pata Khazana(Download)2. Book name: The Afghans ((WILLEM VOGELSANG))3. Book Name: Tarikh-e Morassa ((Afzal Khan Khattak))4. Book Name: International Encyclopedia of Islamic Dynasties5. Book Name:Tarikh-e-Kursheed-Jhan6. Book Name: Phonologies of Asia and Africa7. Book Name: Biographical encyclopaedia of Sufis By N. Hanif8. Book Name: A Glossary Of The Tribes And Castes Of The9. Book Name: Isis lactans By V. Tam Tinh Tran, Yvette Labrecque10. Book Name:Quetta & KassiSourceswww.khyber.orgwww.kasi.org.pk (underconstruction)Arif KasiKasi Tribe(this page is underconstructionVatan Publishers QuettaZarghoon Enterprises (Private) LimitedToday's Woman OrganizationDaily Shal QuettaDaily Gwadartimes GwadarNawaewatanFamous PeopleMir Aimal KasiSadiq Shaheed KasiShaheed Ghulam Hussain KasiNawab Arbab Muhammad Umar KasiNawab Arbab Khudadad Khan KasiArbab Abdul Kadir KasiArbab Abdul ZahirDur Mohammad KassiFeedbackfeedback: Muhammad Arif Kasi email@example.com