Lot of people think sharing personal goals with friends will make you accountable for executing it for the risk of appearing as a failure, but repeated psychological research have shown that telling someone your personal goals make it less likely to happen. Ideally, you work hard on your goals to achieve it and you don’t get the satisfaction until you achieve it. But when you tell your goals and people acknowledge it, your mind is tricked into thinking that it is already done. So your mind stops taking the effort it takes to do the actual work to achieve your goals.
So guys, the next time if you want to share your goals, better keep your mouth shut.
Swastika, a symbol considered to be auspicious in many East Asian religions like Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism is considered offensive in the United States and many parts of the Europe. To the Americans and Europeans, Swastika is always Adolf Hitler’s Nazisymbol – it’s a painful reminder of horrifying times in history.
In many parts of Asia, the symbol denotes temple in maps. Swastika is the symbol for 10,000 in Chinese. The symbol is drawn on many houses and cars in India to bring them luck.
There is also a town in Ontario, Canada called Swastika.
Stomach produces a gastric acid that helps to break down food components. And this gastric acid contains hydrochloric acid and its pH level is in the range of 1-2 which is strong enough to destroy a wooden piece. So how does stomach prevents from digesting itself? It’s the bicarbonate, an alkaline, that is produced to neutralize the acid in stomach. In fact, this alkaline prevents stomach from digesting itself.
If the gastric acid is over produced due to bacterial infection or improper supply of blood to stomach, it could lead to gastric ulcer and usage of drugs like ibuprofen and aspirin could worsen or cause ulcers. If the ulcers are minor, it can be treated with antacids that neutralize the stomach acidity.