Are we over vaccinating our kids? The answer is overwhelmingly yes! Especially when you consider that 40 vaccinations are being given to children before they even reach 2 years old. Do you know that in England the number is 25 vaccinations by age 2. Why so many are being given here is all about profits for the pharmaceutical companies & keeping you coming into to see the doctor. It's not about keeping your child safe & well.
This picture symbolizes self-destruction of our civilized self. "Maybe self-improvement isn't the answer, Tyler never knew his father. Maybe self-destruction is the answer." Tyler and the narrator see themselves as rejected from the time of their birth and by their own father figures who probably never really wanted them in the first place. #rothzroom
An amazing gallery of earth images. Looks like Christmas lights in the snow. But they are also depressing. Those lights also represent, loss of space for wildlife, diminished overall resources, rampant destruction of trees and waterways, overpopulation, loss of nighttime skies, depletion of ocean fishes, and runaway greenhouse effects. Some say, we're going through another "mass extinction", which, if true, means that even man will be cut down to a few hundred, just like last time.
KALI is the Hindu mother goddess, symbol of dissolution and destruction. She destroys ignorance, maintains the world order, and blesses and frees those who strive for the knowledge of God. In the Vedas the name is associated with Agni, the god of fire, who had seven flickering tongues of flame, of which Kali was the black, horrible tongue. This meaning of the word has meanwhile been replaced by the goddess Kali, the grim consort of Shiva. (x)
Mythology: Egyptian Goddess of: War and destruction, strong feminine sexuality Name means: “to be strong and violent” Also Known as: Nesert (Flame), Great One of Healing Symbolism: Lioness, Cobra, Eye of Horus Sekmet was presumably created by Ra as a weapon of destruction... it’s soooooo interesting how there are all these different goddeses in various cultures that occupy this space - a powerful women who is destructive and feared, but also a creator and a healer.] @AfuaRichardson