December 2 2019 First day of school
Being alone and connecting inwardly is a skill nobody ever teaches us. That’s ironic because it’s more important than most of the ones they do.
A really cool option if you can afford it.
How do you make a bullet proof car? Today we are going to find out. Armor Max invited Dan and I to come shoot some of their armored vehicles, and the results re pretty amazing! Check them out here: https://www.armormax.com/
This is not a sponsored video. Its just super interesting to see how all of this technology works, and how Bullet proof cars are manufactured. There are several parts to a bullet proof car. The ballistic glass is pretty important. Its a layered slab of glass and plastic that stops the forward energy of the bullet.
Inside the metal paneling of your car are other bullet proof slabs. Some companies use heavy steel to block bullet penetration, but Armor Max uses a much lighter weight material that can even be used on bullet proof helicopters.
Essential Travel Safety Tips Traveling to a foreign land is an incredibly fulfilling and enlightening experience which everybody should try at least once in their lives. And when traveling, it’s crucial you do what you can to ensure your safety as you leave your comfort zone and expand your horizons. Stay safe on your next adventure with these Essential Travel Safety Tips.
I thought this was a great way to explore movement.
Below is the description of the practitioners.
Our Staff practice at Green Forest Temple. Entirely spontaneous, nothing pre-arranged or scripted. The practice is based on having a clean step and the ability to listen to and follow force. Let us know what you think, and let us know if you do any similar training! We are always looking for examples along the same line.
Gaving de Becker, the author of The Gift of Fear came to St. Francis College September 17, 2013 to talk about Intuition, Denial and how it impacts on our Survival. The talk was part of the Fall 2013 Lecture series, Wrongful Convictions, Miscarriages of Justice, and Other Critical Perspectives on the U.S. Criminal Justice System, hosted by Emily Horowitz, Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at St. Francis College.
Its important to examine the non corporeal aspects of violence.. We have instincts that our culture has often taught us to suppress .