Reaching for The Sky? #FamilyLife

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The Great Pyramid of Cheops, Ulm Cathedral, St. Peter’s, the Empire State Building, the Sears Tower….for millennia, the world’s tallest buildings have been occidental.

As we approach the first quarter of the new millennium, however, the tallest buildings in the world are no longer in Africa, Europe and the United States, but in the rapidly growing cities of the Far East (Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur, Kaohsiung, Hong Kong and Chongqing) and the Middle East (Dubai) are shooting skywards at a pace that makes the great New York and Chicago building booms of 1900-1930 appear almost tame.

Not only are the tallest buildings soaring but brand new cities are also reaching for the sky. Shenzhen, to the north of Kowloon, is a special economic zone in the People’s Republic of China. It is also one of the fastest growing cities in the world.

The scale of these skyscrapers is astonishing. The Petronas of Kuala Lumpur is designed by Cesar Pelli, the Argentine-born, New York-based architect, these twin peaks rise to 1,475 ft – some 25 ft higher than the Sears Tower, in Chicago. Mahathir Mohamad, Malaysia’s Prime Minister wanted to capture the record from the Americans. Dr. Mohamad wants to make the point that Malaysia is at the heart of Southeast Asia’s economic miracle. Pelli is also the architect of Canary Wharf Tower, the tallest building in Britain. At 800 ft it is dwarfed by its Malaysian cousins.

The Chinese, however, have no intention of letting the Malaysians rest on their laurels. After the completion of the Petronas Towers, the Chongqing Tower is built at 114-storey building, partly office block and partly hotel, looms 1,500 ft over the Yangtze and Jialing rivers. The tower – not the prettiest – has been designed by Haines Lundberg Waehler, a firm of New York architects. The building makes an overt display of the geomantic principles of Feng Shui. What this means in practice is that the building is based on the Chinese lucky number, eight. Offices are located on the eight to the 80th floors above an eight-storey entrance lobby, and the office floors are punctuated by eight-storey atria. As with the Petronas Towers, the building’s height is symbolic.

The Japanese are talking of building even higher. The Millenium Tower designed by Sir Norman Foster and Partners for Tokyo will be more than 2,600 ft tall. Although vast, it is, however, quite beautiful when contrasted with the muddled profiles of the Petronas Towers, Chongqing Tower and the Sears Tower.

Architects, engineers and building contractors face relatively few difficulties when building into the clouds. Skyscraper technology is long established.

When Frank Lloyd Wright, the flamboyant American architect, designed a mile-high skyscraper – the Illinois – 70 years ago, he was not simply being silly. The tower could have been built. The question to be asked when such vertiginous schemes are planned is not how, but why.

Other Important Information:

1) Salisbury Cathedral – 404 feet in 1320
2) Canary Wharf, London – 800 feet in 1989
3) Empire State Building, New York – 1,250 feet in 1931
4) Jin Mao Building, Shanghai – 1,380 feet in 1997
5) Sears Tower, Chicago – 1,454 feet in 1974
6) Petronas Tower, Kuala Lumpur – 1,475 feet in 1996
7) Chongqing Tower, Chongqing China – 1,500 feet in 1997
8) Millenium Tower, Tokyo Japan – 2,600 feet


Why Not Make Your Fortune the Easy Way? #FamilyLife

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It isn’t easy to make a fortune the old-fashioned way, no matter what you’ve heard. It means learning a trade, then slogging your way up the corporate ladder from mailroom to first broom to vice president, and so on. Nor is it any easier getting a bright idea and starting a business. Bright ideas by themselves are worth nothing.

Even if the idea is brilliant – like making small cars with giant rubber bumpers to reduce the danger and severity of accidents on the freeways – it is a long road between conception and making a fortune.

So, why not make your fortune the easy way, by osmosis? No having to develop real estate, or drill for oil, or trade options – all those things you don’t have the foggiest notion about. All you have to do is sidle up to a proper billionaire, and “presto transfuso” you will make a fortune by osmosis.

Here’s how:

1) Selecting the Target: Identifying your target billionaire is the first order of business. This is complicated by the fact that many millionaires are protected by phalanxes of secretaries and yes-men who guard them with their lives. You will have to get your billionaire on the outside, either when he leaves the office or when he is on vacation. There he is now. He is the little gentleman sitting in the back of the stretch limousine talking through a speakerphone to his driver, Simeon. He is telling Simeon that he wants to stop for a moment at a particular shop. It is now that you have to strike.

2) Positioning Yourself to Osmosis: The billionaire instructs Simeon to pull up in front of the boutique displaying the purple pongee polo outfit. You must move quickly. As soon as his car slows, you begin strolling in the direction of the boutique. As the billionaire walks up to the window, you move in close, right next to him. You can feel the heat from his cashmere hand-tailored jacket and the warmth from his Caribbean tan. He’s the genuine article alright, maybe $100,000 or $500,000 million. A big one. He’ll never miss a small fortune. Even his accountants won’t notice anything awry for a month or so. Gently, ever so gently, you bring your arm in contact with his. Not so he thinks you are strange or fruity, but just as if you are another interested party, a man of similar tastes and breeding who is also into purple polo outfits. There, you can feel it now, the sudden surge of power as hundreds of thousands of dollars course between the billionaire and yourself. It is a heady experience, and for a moment, you may feel flushed, as if you have earned it all yourself. Not to worry. You have not. You are still the same person you were, only richer as the moments go by.

When you think you have reached your goal – in this case a modest to large fortune – disengage from the billionaire just as smoothly and discreetly as you began, and move toward the curb. You will find a car and driver waiting for you. Your own car. Not as large or fine as the billionaire’s – maybe it’s a Mercedes and he has a Rolls – but a car and driver nevertheless, befitting your new station in life. Get in and say “Home Mike.” Perhaps when you run your stake into tens of billions, you can have a driver named Barcroft; but for now, it’s Mike.

In the second instance, you spot your billionaire while he is on vacation. Though your accommodations may be quite different – he has a penthouse suite, you have a modest single overlooking the parking lot – there are places at the Caribana you have in common. The Rendezvous bar, for example – the one by the pool with thatched roof and the fantastic pina coladas. It is five in the afternoon, and the billionaire has left his yacht and is sitting at the bar with his two well-groomed blondes in attendance. Fortunately, the blondes are both parked to his left. You take the seat to his right and order a yellow bird. His ears perk up at the mention, and he wonders what a yellow bird is. When the drink arrives, the billionaire looks up.
“Excuse me,” he says, “but what is a yellow bird?”

“Try it,” you say. “It’s pineapple juice and 12 different kinds of exotic rums.”

You proffer your drink, as if to say, “Here, taste. Don’t be frightened.” Skeptical at first, the billionaire finally succumbs to his curiosity and reaches for the drink. It is at this moment that osmosis takes over. As the billionaire’s lips touch the glass and he drains some golden liquid from it, large blocks of stock from both the New York and American exchanges somehow are transferred to the glass and find their way to your account. They are not even on margin.

When you return home, you will be greeted with new respect by your broker. But for now, it will suffice that your room has been changed to ocean-view 12, and that an attractive brunette at the end of the bar is batting her eyes at you.

Making a fortune through osmosis is as easy as that. And now that you have the hang of it, you can meet billionaires and millionaires on vacation, in fancy restaurants, and at the club. In fact, that is why most people on their way up join clubs – so they can sidle up to other billionaires and continue to augment their fortunes. It is the American way? Or, a worldwide phenomena? I suppose.


A Compendium of Bizarre, Idiotic and Lurid News from the Past (Series 1) #FamilyLife

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Colonel Qaddafi Hooked On three Stooges:

According to a former friend of the Libyan dictator, Muammar Qaddafi is still so infuriated over the United States’ bombing of Tripoli that he prefers to remain in his tent and watch old Three Stooges movies. “He just sits there, watching his Stooges videotapes and pouting like a spoiled child,” says Ali Adjina, who has defected to France. “He used to idolize world leaders and men of war like Napoleon and Alexander the Great. Now he looks up to nobody but Larry, Moe, and Curly!” After a friend gave Qaddafi three racing camels in an effort to cheer him up, the colonel had them killed and stuffed, then placed them outside his tent with signs around their necks bearing the names of the Stooges. “The colonel has gone off the deep end before, but I’m afraid this time he’s gone for good.” states Adjina. “The other day he started laughing to himself in that idiotic way the fat Stooge does….I tried to tell him it wasn’t right for a man of his stature to spend all day watching the Three Stooges – and that’s why I’m not living in Libya anymore.” (Weekly World News – submitted by George Edwards, Rosedale, N.Y.)

Comment: At least Qaddafi isn’t into astrology and who knows where he is right now…


Walking Catfish Eats Farmer:

A huge walking catfish in China’s Yunnan province consumed a farmer and injured his wife and eight children. Although officials believe that 41-year old Chen Xieping beat his family and fled, his neighbors swear they saw the 13-feet long, two-ton “River Dragon,” says Chen’s wife Li. “We were sitting for our evening rice when we heard a shrieking noise from the river. Chen ran outdoors to investigate. The noise grew louder and we could hear Chen shouting for help. “She heard her husband pounding on the door, and opened it to find him being swallowed by the enormous fish. Local farmers says it swung Chen against his hut, bringing it down upon his family, then walked back to the river with Chen’s feet protruding from his mouth. “I could hear Chen screaming for help, begging for someone to come and release him,“ recalls one neighbor. “My heart goes out to Chen’s family. They have lost a true hero of the people. I would never have dared fight the River Dragon…It is a demon sent from hell to punish us.” (National Examiner)

Comment: Good to eat…for farmers…


Attention Nancy Reagan:

Fortune-teller Erma Valen is able to predict the future by reading letters in alphabet soup. Proficient at reading tea leaves for 30 years, she knew nothing of her abilities with soup until the day she decided to cook some for her nephew. “I felt like having soup and remember sitting there stirring it,” says Erma. “Suddenly, this strange, cold feeling for my friend, who was to leave on a bus trip, came over me. When I looked down in the bowl, I saw the letters D-E-A-T-H spelled out on my spoon. It was undoubtedly meant for my friend.” Erma warned the woman, who decidedly not to take the trip, and thereby saved her life - the bus collided with a truck later that day, killing several people. Erma also told her sister not to be concerned over her problems with money after seeing the word gold in her bowl. Sure enough, her brother-in-law’s salary was nearly doubled when he was hired by another company. “It’s a combination of my own abilities and destiny,” Erma explains. (Sun)

Comment: She’s got it down to the letter.


Washed-up Rock Group Makes Waves:

Atlantis, the world’s first underwater rock band, had its premier gig at the Los Angeles Swim Stadium near the L.A. Coliseum. The group played with waterproof instruments, breathing apparatus, and shock resistant cables while their fans looked on from behind a Plexiglass partition. “They were a real gas,” one comments.” “Bubbly,” I guess, was the word for them. I especially liked their “Sea Cruise,” “Rock Lobster,” and “Wet Rap” songs. In fact, I can hardly wait for their LP, Moray Eel, to come out.” Although they made a splash, leader Jim Mouth doesn’t know if there will be future performances: “The rest of the group want to escape rock n’ roll depths and go on to greater heights…We could play as we parachute down to earth.” News Extra).

Comment: They could always join the Velvet Underground.


A Compendium of Bizarre, Idiotic and Lurid News from the Past (Series 2) #FamilyLife

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Doomed Cannibals Ate AIDS Victim:

A Brunei, Borneo, cannibal tribe may be doomed after feasting on a scientist infected with AIDS. Gerard Voisard, 28 of Geneva, Switzerland, had been diagnosed as having AIDS-Related Complex before he entered the country; and his journal revealed that the disease had fully matured. “This is a tragedy beyond measure,” says Ian Brinsdon, a Brunei Health Official. “Our government has spent a fortune trying to preserve and protect the primitive people of our jungle. Now, in one swift and cruel stroke, an entire tribe has been doomed to extinction. It’s only a matter of time before they all have AIDS.” Although the government is currently trying to persuade the tribesmen to undergo testing for the disease. “The outcome of these negotiations is still in limbo,” adds Brinsdon. “The cannibals are wary of outsiders to begin with. And they have absolutely no conception of the seriousness of AIDS.” (Weekly World News – submitted by C. Kaplan, New York, N.Y.)

Comment: Let’s hope there’s no bad blood…


She Gives a Real Jolt:

A London woman claims her body is flowing with so much electricity that she burns out household appliances with the slightest touch. According to the British Sun, the woman estimates she’s caused about $13,000 worth of damage to irons, toasters, washers, and dryers, televisions, radios, VCR’s, and “at least 250 light bulbs.” She lost her job at a dry cleaner “because I was making the tills (cash registers) go haywire.” Although she says she’s suffered from the peculiarity since childhood, it became worse in 1982. Doctors believe it may be caused by stress, but she doesn’t feel tense: “I’m noisy, sense-of-humor kind of person.” (Charlotte Observer – submitted by David S. Bauguess, Taylorsville, N.C.)

Comment: A real live wire.


South Ravaged By Werewolves:

Werewolves are currently running wild down South, according to Dr. Stephen Kaplan, Director of the Werewolf Research Center. “We’re seeing the biggest rise in werewolfism since Sherman’s march on Atlanta, “ he explains. “There may soon be fur flying in the heart of Dixie. I see a showdown like the O.K. Corral brewing. “Kaplan feels that the creatures prefer the South because of its warm climate and its growing number of Satanic Cults. He says that rural werewolves prey in packs on hitchhikers, tourists, and children, while their urban counterparts are solitary hunters who prefer the elderly and customers in single bars. Research for Kaplan’s first ever worldwide werewolf census has shown increasing numbers of them in Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, and Florida. As their origin, “Centuries ago, yetis may have kidnapped and raped some of America’s pioneer women,” Kaplan believes. “The offspring were werewolves, less hairy, shorter.” (National Examiner).

Comment: That’s why, movies nowadays have vampire-werewolves themes…


Factory Worker Thinks He Died and Gone to Hell:

An English metal-foundry worker became convinced that he was in hell, and killed his foreman, who he thought was the devil. “In the last few days he’d been acting strangely, doesn’t know if thereberserk, screaming about being in “the pits of the eternal fire” and saying he was going to kill Satan.” The 45-year old man chased his supervisor around the factory and killed him with a sledgehammer. According to a police spokesman, “It gets very hot in there…He pictured his supervisor as being the devil leading the doomed off to eternal punishment.” After his arrest, he was examined by psychiatrists who suspect that his religious fervor, combined with the heat, caused his delusions, and that he may well be schizophrenic. (Sun – submitted by David Johnson, Ponca City, Oklahoma).

Comment: Like Harry Truman used to say, if you can’t withstand the heat…


Understanding Chinese Yin and Yang in the Field of Medicine (Chapter 1) #FamilyLife

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Some patients regard acupuncture needle pricks as pain. In China, a doctor would be thought of as incompetent if the needles did not cause a certain degree of discomfort. The fact that this discipline has survived thousand of years, through so much change and so many upheavals is regarded by many as proof of its efficacy.

The Chinese method of healing is more than 2,000 years old, and, like the rest of China’s history, meticulously recorded; its discoveries, methodology and application being handed from generation, making Chinese medicine today the sum total of the accumulated experiences of past masters of the art.

The earliest medical classic in China, now extant, is the Huangdi Neijing, or Canon of Medicine, dating back to 500 – 300 B.C. It states the Chinese belief that imbalances in the body’s circulatory system are the cause of all diseases. The body says Chinese tradition, is mapped by meridian lines (or channels) which carry energy and are connected to 1000 pressure points. Blood and energy flow through 12 regular channels in a horizontal direction while 8 extra channels and 15 collaterals control vertical and transverse flows.

These channels and collaterals are closely interconnected and the build-up of blood pressure or qi (vital energy) in one can create an imbalance in the entire system. Tenderness at the pressure points also indicates where and how an organ might be diseased. Stimulation of these points (with needles as in acupuncture, or with finger pressure as in acupressure) affects other parts of the body, releasing blocked energy and healing the damaged organ.

At the Chinese Clinic, most types of pain are thought to be caused by stagnation of blood or qi in the channels. Stagnation may be caused by wind, cold or one of many more external factors, which invade the body’s circulatory system. Stagnation may also result from a weak circulation or disorders in other internal organs. Treatment of pain consists of identifying the cause, dredging the channels to remove the stagnation and correcting whatever imbalances may have arisen within the body.


Understanding Chinese Yin and Yang in the Field of Medicine (Chapter 2) #FamilyLife

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Chinese doctors have a set of diagnostic rules to detect the various types of pain.
An ache at the back of the head is usually characteristic of stagnation in the channels governing the urinary bladder and top of the liver. Chinese techniques, acupuncture in particular, is especially suitable for most kinds of sharp or acute pain. Relief is often instantaneous and permanent. Chronic pain usually takes some time to respond to treatment.

To understand the principles of Chinese medicine, it is essential to grasp the essence of Chinese philosophy and its central concepts of yin and yang forces in nature, at once opposing yet independent – male and female, negative and positive, call them what you like. Every object or phenomenon in the universe is compounded of these two aspects. The Chinese masters describe a complex law of the unity of opposites that operates between yin and yang.

If the masculine force, yang, embodies fire and all that is bright, hot, upwardly mobile, and active, then the female force, yin, stands for water, forces of dimness, inertia, cold, darkness, and a downward direction. Some also describe yin as the substance (to be) and yang as the function (to do).

The world is further classified according to five basic elements, which form the building blocks for all matter: wood, fire, earth, water and metal. These, too, succumb to the elementary forces of yin and yang. However, the relationship between yin and yang, and hence these elements, is never absolute, but relative, and can and does change continually.

The body, a microcosm of the universe, is also believed to have its vital organs corresponding to the five elements: the liver to wood, heart to fire, spleen to earth, kidneys to water and lungs to metal.

And flowing through everything, are the yin and yang, the basic life force of all matter. Some consider the front of the body to be yin and the back yang, with a further subdivision of upper and lower halves.

Whatever the divisions, imbalance of the two forces in the body leads to ailments, which is why an ailment is never looked at in isolation. The lifestyle and history of the patient is taken into consideration, plus his appearance, personality, habits and temperament.

Is the patient buoyant and effusive with a loud voice and personality, and therefore a case of excessive yang? Or is he quiet, withdrawn and depressed and prone to deficiencies due to excess yin and low qi? A balance is sought, thus ridding the body of the ailments that have resulted from an excess of one particular force.

Usually, a multi-pronged attack is mounted to cure an ailment using a combination of acupuncture, Chinese massage, cupping, moxibustion and herbal medicine.

Acupuncture is probably the most well-known, its origins going back to Stone Age man who used it to cure pain. Today, the needle is often substituted by laser beams, for those patients who fear the pin-pricks.

An acupuncturist’s needle is his most potent weapon. The treatment consists of tiny ones inserted into strategic parts of the body using varying degrees of pressure, to control and regulate the flow of blood and qi. Acupuncture is also used in surgery instead of anesthesia.

A novel form of acupuncture is the pressing of some special seeds on to portions of the ear. For instance, to stop smoking, just press these seeds on to your ears each time the urge to smoke strikes. According to the Chinese, the ear is an extremely vital organ and is believed to hold the key in diagnosing problems almost anywhere in the body.

When man first discovered fire, he also found that certain syndromes of pain and several other illnesses miraculously disappeared when certain areas of the skin were subjected to heat. The Chinese application of this principle is known as moxibustion, in which herbal medicine (usually moxa leaves) are packaged into a small, cigarette-like tube which, when lit and applied to parts of the body, generates a mild heat that helps to remove obstructions in the channels and collaterals, and heightens the efficacy of other methods.


Understanding Chinese Yin and Yang in the Field of Medicine (Chapter 3) #FamilyLife

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Massage plays an important role in treatment for maladies as varied as fractures and arthritis. Massage seems to have been commonly used even in the Sui and Tang dynasties (158 – 907 BC). During the Ming dynasty, it was considered one of the 13 major branches of Chinese medicine, and its numerous therapeutic qualities were widely enumerated in many texts. According to Chinese records, massage was introduced to the West as a method of healing only about 1,000 years ago.

Cupping and bleeding are other widely-used procedures. Cupping uses vacuum suction to activate the functions of the organs, while those with excess yang are made to bleed with a seven-star needle to restore balance. The doctor also may suggest changes in the food the patient eats and even the place he lives in. Summer diseases are treated in winter and vice versa. Once the balance is restored the patient is fully cured, but future imbalances may call for a fresh round of treatment.

How much of a scientific basis does all this have? Says Dr. Nie Xong-Mei, a practicing acupuncturist from China’s reputed Shahshi College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, “The system is based on the experiences and findings of Chinese doctors over thousands of years. Besides, the success rate is high as in the Western system of medicine. Modern, well-equipped research institutions in China have qualified scholars pursuing continuing research to test and evaluate traditional methods, devise new ones, and incorporate the old with the new using the latest advances in medical technology, including laser and microwave therapy.”

The confrontation that has arisen in the West between conventional and alternative therapies is absent in China where a significant number of medical schools teach modern allopathy in conjunction with traditional medicine. Pathological tests and other state-of-the-art diagnostic methods are widely used to help pinpoint the malady. In a majority of emergency cases like heart attacks, brain damage, major surgery, etc. allopathy is resorted to as results are instantaneous, with post-illness complications like paralysis being treated by conventional methods. Often a combination of the two systems is employed.

“The advantage of the traditional method, says Dr. Nei, “is that there are no side-effects. Moreover, the emphasis on improving circulation helps build up body resistance, leaving the individual better off in the long run. The Chinese method, you must understand, is not so much a prescriptive, pill-popping system, as an overall, holistic approach to health. In that sense, it is “complete”, perfected over the years as much as it could be, and given the proper diagnostic skills, a good doctor should be able to treat any disease on earth using the resources already at his disposal. For instance, a doctor ought to be able to stir up a remedial package from his armory. If he fails, his diagnostic skills will be questioned, not the system.”

A major problem in assessing Chinese methods is that patients usually arrive in an advanced state of ill-health. Chinese doctors lament, “They come to us, as some sort of a last resort, after having tried other treatments for years. That means, many cases we handle have become extremely complicated, and are often beyond repair. In cases of chronic pain, the patient is impatient to get rid of the pain, but what he/she does not understand is that having let it fester for so long, it’s difficult for us to eliminate it without first grappling with its cause, all of which takes time.”

The World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes the Chinese method of healing as an acceptable method of natural treatment, but the insufficient amount of research and cause-effect data collated on strictly scientific grounds, prevents the system from making any indisputable claims, thus leaving it open to all kinds of interpretations. A concerned effort by the medical community, both the traditional and modern, to probe into the system’s merits and demerits on a firm scientific footing, will be an immense boon to mankind. For however advanced the human mind may be, the flesh is always weak, and any kind of healing touch is welcome.

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