- A Apple Pie”
Introduces the letters A to Z while following the fortunes of an apple pie.
- “Aesop’s Fables“
The fables of Æsop, based on the texts of L’Estrange and Croxall.
- “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn“
This great American novel follows the adventures of a teenager and his life on the Mississippi River.
- “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland“
A girl named Alice falls into a rabbit hole, where she encounters a world of strange creatures.
- “Anne of Green Gables“
An orphan girl’s adventures on Prince Edward Island, Canada.
- “The Baby’s Own Aesop”
Aesop’s classic fables are condensed into rhyme.
- “Ballad of the Lost Hare”
Ballad of the Lost Hare tells the tale of a well-traveled hare.
- “Baseball ABC”
This guide to baseball literature features an illustrated paper cover and chromolithograph illustrations.
- “Complete Version of ye Three Blind Mice“
A nursery rhyme about three mice that lose their tales.
- “The Children’s Object Book”
A picture book featuring everyday people, places and things.
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I came across an article on the subject of Memory.
There are various methods to improve memory.
- Full Reading. In this process one reads the whole article in one shot keeping track of the meaning.
- Part Reading.
- One reads a part of the subject and recall it,then proceed to the next.
- Repeat the process for part 2 ,and three and so on.
- Mnemonic.Remember the keywords in the form of an interesting word and recall the subject indicated by each letter.
- Rote learning.
- In this process one by-hearts the subject
without understanding the meaning in some cases.
- Much maligned, this process calls for special skills and once learnt by this method , you are not likely to forget.
- I have learnt entire texts in Sanskrit and Tamil and even now I can remember them at Will.
The Vedas, the Sacred Text of The Hindus is never transmitted in written form.
They are called ’Sruthi’(heard)
In fact they are to be learnt only by hearing.
There are various methods followed for learning the Vedas.
One is called ‘Gana Paadam’
In this, one picks up the last syllable and joins it with the first syllable of the next text.
Then, the last syllable of the second and starts with the first Text.
Then goes to the Third ,joins it with the first and goes on as weaver weaves.
Ex. Sanchame,mayachchamme.Mayachchame sanchame.
In this way the words are segregated and meanings are clear and there is no chance for a wrong note as a wrong note is not allowed in The Vedas (Swara Bedam).
Now to the Article.
- A dark room.
- A bright lamp.
- A sheet of paper with a rectangular hole cut the size of a paragraph for the text you want to “photograph”.
This system will take 1 month for you to develop, you must take 15 minutes every day and dedicate it to this training. For the first month, your eyes will take about 5 minutes time to adjust to daylight reading.
Find a dark room in your house, free of distractions for 15 minutes. I use the bathroom. The room must have a bright lamp or ceiling lamp.
Sit down next to the light switch with your book and paper that has a rectangular hole cut out of it the size of a paragraph.
Cover the page, exposing only one paragraph and hold the book out in front of you. Close your eyes and open, adjust distance so that your eyes focus instantly with ease on the writing.
Turn off light. You will see an after glow as your eyes adjust to the dark. Flip light on for a split second and then off again.
You will have a visual imprint in your eyes of the material that was in front of you. When this imprint fades, flip the light on again for a split second, again staring at the material.
Repeat this process until you can recall every word in the paragraph in order. You will be able to actually see the paragraph and read it from the imprint in your mind.
This really is a Book Shop with a difference.
Not only do you gt discounts and you get Books Free of Cost, no strings.
Pity I could not get the address.
Here’s another shop.
‘As much as it is a wonder to discover, the Reading Club is even more extraordinary when you find out its rules. There are none. “No rules,” says caretaker and Club founder Hernando “Nanie” Guanlao. “People can borrow, they can read, they can take home. In fact, the club is open 24/7. I never close.”
This one with address.
- How to Save on College Textbooks and Journal Articles (savings.com)
Eventually, the Delhi Police is reported to have attended the case.
There are two versions.
One is that when the Police knocked at this doors, he refused to open it.
Then the Police had gone into his flat a little late.
The other version is that the Delhi Police got the information earlier through a neighbour and the Police were asked to go away by him.
In either case the Police could have forced open the Door as the evidence of his Death was on.
Would they have done this if they were capturing a terrorist?
Killing criminals is more important than saving a troubled man?
What can one speak of neighbours?
Could they not have forced the doors open,come what may?
What kind of social relationship we have!
A woman watched her lover kill himself over the internet during a long-distance phone call on Skype.
Adrian Rowland, 53 produced a knife and cut his own throat during the call with Julie Zalinski while in India on business.
Rowland was a firm director for for Adwest Engineering and was in India as part of his job. A high achiever, he previously held top jobs in engineering and also had an important position managing a factory for ex-Formula One team Jordan.
A friend told the Sun:
“I heard they were having a discussion about their relationship.”
“They were talking on Skype when he suddenly produced a knife and cut himself in front of her.”
“It must have been the most horrendous thing imaginable. She was 7,000 miles away, unable to do anything to help him. It’s just terrible.”
A spokesperson for the Thames Valley Police said: “Officers attended an address in Reading to obtain information that could be passed on to the Indian authorities via the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and provide reassurance to the woman who made the report to us.
“The man was traced, but regrettably was later pronounced dead by doctors in India. Officers attended the address to inform the woman.”
A Foreign Office spokeswoman said: “We can confirm that a British national died in India on November 27.
To research some well known fact and to announce it as though it is new and earth shaking is an art only some posses.
Becoming engrossed in a good book or a crossword really can block the ability to hear, a study has found.
Scientists demonstrated that when someone focuses their full attention on something, they can become deaf to normally audible sounds.
It happens because visual and hearing senses are trying to share limited brain capacity, they said.