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Los días de los enamorados y de los enalmorados

मिलिओ ते अमो

Para amar hay que olvidarse un poquito, un ratito, de uno mismo. Hay que dejar caer todos esos ideales y esas “perfecciones” que le colgamos a ese otro, abrir los ojos del alma y mirarlo como lo que es: otro ser, imperfecto, humano, distinto…

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Clarification to any Followers; as regards said name A•L•M•O•R: A Lackadaisical Moment Of Reality
‘A Lackadaisical Moment Of Reality’ shall not be taken as an endorsement of apathy and carelessness. Contrary, it is a recognition and denouncement of our current state: passive, complacent, inactive and waiting. My wish for each of you individual and unique souls out there is to rebel against the status quo, shirk the group-mind, and take responsibility for the implementation of positive changes. Congregate, assert your agency, and together we may mold the power structures that be into a dynamic aggregate of the people — for equality, peace and sustainability. Creating – manifesting – a better reality for all, together. Seek truth, oppose injustice, reinforce positive intentions, strive for progress —within yourself as well as for those around you. Together, we can achieve a more open and supportive society — family, community, humanity, peace, tolerance, knowledge, compassion and love. The time is NOW. Yours truly,         A•L•M•O•R

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Felines

The feline brain is biologically more similar to the human brain than to that of a canine. Both humans and felines have identical regions in the brain that is responsible for emotion(s).

While it is commonly thought that the ancient Egyptians were the first to domesticate cats, the oldest known pet cat was recently found in a 9,500-year-old grave on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. This grave predates early Egyptian hieroglyphic art depicting cats by 4,000 years or more.

When a family cat died in ancient Egypt, family members would mourn by shaving off their eyebrows. They also held elaborate funerals during which they drank wine and beat their breasts. The cat was embalmed with a sculpted wooden mask and the tiny mummy was placed in the family tomb or in a pet cemetery with tiny mummies of mice for sustenance in the afterlife.