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Old 07-24-2016 , 01:05 AM     LeThanhPhong est dconnect  search   Quote  
Vì VietFun cho chúng ta Searth tìm được 500 posts gần nhất, đây là nơi LTP cất giữ tài liệu để tìm lại dễ dàng hơn .

Đánh Vợ
http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=2279328

Anh Q điếc......!:
http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=2279349

Cư Sĩ Như Không:
http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=2279092

Các bài viết của Ni Sư Ayya Khema tại trang Quảng Đức:
https://quangduc.com/author/post/503...-su-ayya-khema

Hướng Dẫn Đọc Kinh Trường Bộ - Giới Thiệu Kinh - THƯ VIỆN HOA SEN
[url]https://thu vienhoasen.org/a32674/huong-dan-doc-kinh-truong-bo

LTP học Phật Pháp:
http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=2277200

Tứ Động Tâm - Xuất gia tìm về cõi Phật
http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=2277291

Quán Nhỏ:
http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=1481215

Nhạc và Thơ:
http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=1481255

Thăng Hoa Cuộc Sống:
http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=1481365

Tu dong bo dau:
http://www.easyvn.com/tiengviet/index.php

Trump và Các Đảng Phái Dân Da Trắng
http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=1508291

Cách post hình của bạn TamDonCo:
http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=1092210

Soi Ruột của Sis Vú Sữa:
http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=1523066

Register to vote:
https://registertovote.org/

Tranh Chữ Hán:
http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=1688427

Xin mo*`i Mods xu*? case tinhoi2:
http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=2277536

Thanh Hải Đặng Thị Trinh:
http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=2277837

Làm mắm cá lóc, cá khô, nước mắm của bạn six toes:
http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=1859548

Cách làm tương hột đã chiến:
http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=2275324

--ooOoo--



Đa số các bài LTP post trong thread này bằng Anh Ngữ . Các bạn thông cảm nhé .


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Old 07-24-2016 , 01:10 AM     LeThanhPhong est dconnect  search   Quote  
Dáng điệu qua thân ảnh hưởng rất nhiều đến tâm lý của chúng ta . Cho dù cảm thấy buồn nản, chúng ta hãy cố gắng biểu lộ dáng điệu trông tự tin vì dáng điệu ảnh hưởng đến hormone cũng như cơ hội thành công trong cuộc đời .


Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are | Amy Cuddy | TED Talks

Body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy shows how "power posing" -- standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don't feel confident -- can affect testosterone and cortisol levels in the brain, and might even have an impact on our chances for success.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ks-_Mh1QhMc



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Old 07-24-2016 , 01:47 AM     LeThanhPhong est dconnect  search   Quote  
Dáng điệu của thân biểu lộ phần vô thức của tâm .

Body Language: The Key to Your Subconscious | Ann Washburn | TEDxIdahoFalls

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_v36Vt9GmH8




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Old 07-24-2016 , 02:40 AM     LeThanhPhong est dconnect  search   Quote  
Cách làm giãn gân cốt để ngồi theo tư thế hoa sen (kiết già):

http://community.vietfun.com/showthread.php?t=1408132
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Old 07-24-2016 , 03:59 AM     LeThanhPhong est dconnect  search   Quote  
Cô Monica nói chuyện rất hay và cảm động . Khi Monica chấm dứt cuộc nói chuyện, cô được mọi người đứng dậy vỗ tay khen ngợi . Thực là vinh hạnh cho cô . Đoạn 10:25 - 10:31 tả lại nỗi lo sợ của cha mẹ cô . Họ lo lắng cô chịu đựng không nổi nỗi nhục nhã cô phải gánh chịu vào năm 1998 . Khán thính giả đã không cầm được nước mắt .

Có trải qua đau thương, chúng ta mới có lòng thương xót, cảm thông . Cám ơn Monica nhiều lắm .


Monica Lewinsky: The price of shame

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_8y0WLm78U



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Old 07-24-2016 , 05:21 AM     LeThanhPhong est dconnect  search   Quote  
About 10,000 people a month Google the phrase, “Am I ugly ?” Meaghan Ramsey of the Dove Self-Esteem Project has a feeling that many of them are young girls. In a deeply unsettling talk, she walks us through the surprising impacts of low body and image confidence—from lower grade point averages to greater risk-taking with drugs and alcohol. And then shares the keys things all of us can to disrupt this reality .

(Mỗi tháng, hàng vạn người Google: " Tôi trông xấu, phải không? ". Diễn giả Meaghan Ramsey, một thành viên của nhóm Dove Self-Esteem Project, nghĩ rằng đa phần người google là các cô gái còn trẻ . Trong buổi nói chuyện thật sâu sắc, cô cho chúng ta thấy vì thiếu tự tin về nhan sắc cũng như tâm lý, đã khiến nạn nhân học hành kém cỏi (điểm học bạ thấp) cũng như bị dính vào nghiện ngập . Cuối cùng, diễn giả chia sẻ những điểm quan trọng để chúng ta có thể ngăn chặn nan đề này .)

Meaghan Ramsey: Why thinking you're ugly is bad for you

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXlIAS-rI4E



"We need to judge people by what they do, not what they look like . We all can start by taking responsibility for the types of pictures and comments that we post on our social networks . We can compliment people based on their effort and their actions, and not from their appearance ... What would it mean for her if she were free from that voice of her inner critic, nagging her to have longer legs, thinner thigh, smaller stomach, shorter feet ? What it could mean for her if we overcame this and unlocked her potential in that way ?"

"Chúng ta cần đánh giá con người bằng những gì họ làm, không phải bằng dáng vẻ họ như thế nào . Chúng ta có thể bắt đầu chịu trách nhiệm khi đăng tải hình ảnh và ý kiến trên các mạng xã hội . Chúng ta có thể khen người khác dựa vào nỗ lực và hành động của họ, không phải dựa vào hình dáng ... Điều đó có ý nghĩa gì nếu cô ấy thoát khỏi tiếng nói nội tâm phê bình, cằn nhằn chân mình không dài , đùi mình không gầy, bụng mình không thon , bàn chân mình không bé nhỏ hơn? Chúng mang ý nghĩa gì khi thoát khỏi những điều này và nhờ thế tiềm năng của cô được khai mở ?"

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Old 07-26-2016 , 07:36 AM     LeThanhPhong est dconnect  search   Quote  
Link sau đây có nhiều tips giúp chúng ta tập luyện cơ thể cường tráng:

http://heartwhispers.weebly.com/exercise.html

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Old 07-26-2016 , 08:06 AM     LeThanhPhong est dconnect  search   Quote  
Khi Nào Vú Người Đàn Ông Nở Lớn và Tiết Ra Sữa ?

Các bạn có biết khi bị thiếu dinh dưỡng đến độ chỉ còn da bọc xương sắp chết đói, nhưng sau đó, khi cơ thể đang được nuôi dưỡng trở lại, ngực của giới mày râu có thể phát triển lớn hơn và tiết ra sữa ?

Lần đâu tiên, LTP biết chuyện này qua Quora, nghe thật khó tin nhưng có thật :



Question: Is it possible to survive if we eat something a minute before we die from starvation?

COMMENTS:

David King: One of the weird side effects, though, is while their bodies adjusted back from the ravages of starvation, they sometimes grew breasts an lactated.

John W. Litch: Are you serious?

David King: Totally serious. It’s one of the few conditions that will cause men to lactate.


John W. Litch: I never knew that. How bizarre..

Kaite Mason: When you take a moment to ponder on why... evolutionis quite genius once in awhile.

Bob White: What purpose would a lactating man serve? And how does that relate to evolution?

Sonia Clark Stewart: Lactation provides a source of nourishment for somebody. Perhaps that’s why males continue to have nipples after their gender has been determined in utero.

Bob White: Few things surprise me but this one rates very high near the top.



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Old 08-13-2016 , 09:04 AM     LeThanhPhong est dconnect  search   Quote  
(Quora) According to doctors, how does a person feel when they're dying?

Answered by Dr. Diana Coffa:

People die the way they live. It is actually that simple, and exactly that complex.

If you lived a life characterized by avoiding discomfort and resenting suffering, then you will die trying to avoid the discomfort of the event and resenting the inherent suffering. If you lived a life characterized by noticing beauty and reveling in the great chaos of being, then you will die with an awareness of the beauty of the process and you will revel in the uncertainty and hugeness of it all.

I am a physician who has been with many people as the died. I have walked people through the years, months, days, and minutes leading to death, and I have sat with families before and after the event. Every experience of death is different, but it always seems to be the case that people's lifelong emotional, cognitive, and relational habits continue to express themselves in the dying process. People who are practiced at finding peace in life are able to find peace in death. Conversely, those who found strength in life through conflict and struggle will die in conflict with their families or caregivers and will struggle with the experience. But they will feel strong. There isn't a right or wrong way; we each do it exactly our way.

Inasmuch as your question is: "what will I feel like when I die?" your best answer is: how you feel right now.

The work of having the death experience that you want starts right now, with having a the life experience that you want. They say that you should start digging a hole before you need to ****, so that it's ready when you need it.

Please do not construe these statements as a judgment on those who have suffered while dying. Suffering is very much a part of dying. That's just the truth. We have a myth in Western medicine that you should be able to die without suffering. Why would that be true? Dying is the scariest thing, and fear hurts. Dying is the body failing, and bodies hurt. Suffering is part of dying. What we get to choose is how we relate to suffering. And that takes years of practice.

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Old 08-13-2016 , 09:12 AM     LeThanhPhong est dconnect  search   Quote  
[Quora] What is the best advice your mother ever gave you?

Answered by Jonathan Pettit:

I was about ten. My mom had just finished creating one of her amazing meals, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Delicious. Later, as I was washing the dishes, my mom came up to me. “Sorry dinner was so awful again,” she said.

I was shocked. “What? No, it was great. I loved it.”

“Really?” she said, with mock surprise. “You always eat so quietly, never saying anything. You’ve never told me you liked my cooking, so I thought you hated it.”

“No, you’re the best cook I know.”

“Then you should tell me that,” she said. “Whenever someone does something nice for you, you should thank that person. If you don’t, then she might think she’s not appreciated and stop doing those nice things.”

Something clicked right then. From that day forward, I thanked everyone for literally everything. If you did something that even vaguely helped me, I thanked you profusely. It became a habit, something I didn’t even think about, and that’s when the magic started happening.

People liked me more. They talked to me more, shared with me, were more friendly. In my first year of high school, during the final week I came home and found a giant freezie waiting for me. “Thanks, mom,” I said instinctively.

“This isn’t from me, she said. “This is from your bus driver.” He had been driving that bus for years, and my siblings and I were the first person to ever thank him as we got dropped off. Those two simple words made a huge difference, so much so that he went out of his way to tell our mom and give us a present.

That’s the power of appreciation. When you have it, all is right in the world, but when it’s missing life is empty. My mom taught me many things, but taking two seconds to say ‘thank you’ every time, in any situation, was the best.
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Old 08-13-2016 , 09:50 AM     LeThanhPhong est dconnect  search   Quote  
(Quora) As a male, will you check out hot girls at the gym or stay focus in your exercise?

Answered by Dimilar Dimov:

Let's face it, most gyms are a vanity fair. Almost everyone tries to stand out in some way - from clothes that leave little to the imagination (most girls) to baggy clothes with the “epic” slogan “Shut up and squat” (mainly the guys with chicken legs). So quite naturally everyone is checking out everyone. It’s not a matter of whether you do it or not, but how often you do it.

You stepped into the gym for one reason and one reason only - to have a smashing workout. You might be trying to add some muscle or lose some body fat. Both are achieved when you have your eyes on the goal.

With that being said, it doesn’t mean that you can’t have a glance at the girls around you… especially if they are hot. Do I do it? Of course. Most sexy girls in the gym are quite provoking anyway. Imagine the chick next to you training in sports bra and shorts and doing donkey kicks…

I would be seriously worried about myself if I didn’t even notice her. Heck, if girls check out girls, never mind the guys!

There’s nothing wrong with checking out chicks while you are resting. Just make sure that this does not impact your workout and you remain focused on every single rep you do. The main reason to be in the gym is to lift weights. You have clubs for checking out girls.

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Old 08-14-2016 , 01:16 AM     thongxanh est dconnect  search   Quote  
wow ! LEthanphong thank you for posting those video and paragraphs nha !!

I have learned a lot from it !
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Old 08-14-2016 , 01:35 AM     vietfool est dconnect  search   Quote  
Thank you and I am sorry are the two phrases my sister taught me when I was about 8 in VN. Life has always been good to me since then. BTW, Thank you LTP for bringing up subjects that matter life.😇
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Old 08-14-2016 , 05:49 AM     ThenNnow est dconnect  search   Quote  
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Originally Posted by LeThanhPhong
(Quora) According to doctors, how does a person feel when they're dying?

Answered by Dr. Diana Coffa:

People die the way they live. It is actually that simple, and exactly that complex.

If you lived a life characterized by avoiding discomfort and resenting suffering, then you will die trying to avoid the discomfort of the event and resenting the inherent suffering. If you lived a life characterized by noticing beauty and reveling in the great chaos of being, then you will die with an awareness of the beauty of the process and you will revel in the uncertainty and hugeness of it all.

I am a physician who has been with many people as the died. I have walked people through the years, months, days, and minutes leading to death, and I have sat with families before and after the event. Every experience of death is different, but it always seems to be the case that people's lifelong emotional, cognitive, and relational habits continue to express themselves in the dying process. People who are practiced at finding peace in life are able to find peace in death. Conversely, those who found strength in life through conflict and struggle will die in conflict with their families or caregivers and will struggle with the experience. But they will feel strong. There isn't a right or wrong way; we each do it exactly our way.

Inasmuch as your question is: "what will I feel like when I die?" your best answer is: how you feel right now.

The work of having the death experience that you want starts right now, with having a the life experience that you want. They say that you should start digging a hole before you need to ****, so that it's ready when you need it.

Please do not construe these statements as a judgment on those who have suffered while dying. Suffering is very much a part of dying. That's just the truth. We have a myth in Western medicine that you should be able to die without suffering. Why would that be true? Dying is the scariest thing, and fear hurts. Dying is the body failing, and bodies hurt. Suffering is part of dying. What we get to choose is how we relate to suffering. And that takes years of practice.
interesting ...rất hay. thanks LTP for posting

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Old 08-14-2016 , 02:09 PM     LeThanhPhong est dconnect  search   Quote  
Hello thongxanh , vietfool , Then người đẹp ,

Thank you for stopping by .

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Originally Posted by thongxanh
wow ! LEthanphong thank you for posting those video and paragraphs nha !!

I have learned a lot from it !
Yoúre welcome . Íve learned from these videos, toọ

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Thank you and I am sorry are the two phrases my sister taught me when I was about 8 in VN. Life has always been good to me since then. BTW, Thank you LTP for bringing up subjects that matter lifẹ😇
You have a wise sister . Indeed, "thank you" and "Ím sorry" are the keys to open peoplés heart . Yoúre lucky to learn them at a young agẹ Good for you!

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interesting ...rất haỵ thanks LTP for posting

Không có chi, người đẹp Then ... Khi người đẹp tập thể dục ở gym, có người âm thầm ngắm người đẹp đó nha .

Thân chúc các bạn có một buổi tối an vui, hạnh phúc .

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Old 08-15-2016 , 12:46 AM     ThenNnow est dconnect  search   Quote  
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Hello thongxanh , vietfool , Then người đẹp ,




Không có chi, người đẹp Then ... Khi người đẹp tập thể dục ở gym, có người âm thầm ngắm người đẹp đó nha .

Thân chúc các bạn có một buổi tối an vui, hạnh phúc .

gọi Then người đẹp chắc bé Vỉtualman ói à
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Old 08-15-2016 , 10:50 AM     LeThanhPhong est dconnect  search   Quote  
https://www.quora.com/qemail/track_c...DVgY&v=0&aty=4

Question: I am in my twenties, and have been diagnosed with cancer. I am aware I may/may not live very long. What can I do right now to ensure my parents are strong and move on in life, if I am no more?

Answered by Dr Gary Larson:

My twenty-one year old daughter died in December of 2012. I currently have stage IV cancer and face leaving my wife, children and grandchildren - so I think I know, at least somewhat, how you feel.

I can tell you as a parent who lost a child that no emotional pain is greater, but that the time we spent with her was more precious than any other time in our lives. We knew for about a year that her situation was terminal and our priority was to help her enjoy every experience that she wanted to pack into the time that she had. I'm pretty sure that is what your parents want for you too. We loved the time we got to spend with her, but we realized that much of what she wanted to do involved spending time with her friends and we never tried to "guilt-suck" her into spending time with us when she wanted to be somewhere else. We didn't want her to worry about us, but we found out later, that she had expressed to our spiritual advisor, that she did. I worry about my family, too, although I realize that I am powerless to do anything to take care of them after I'm gone. I'm just trying to tie up all the loose ends that I can, so they won't be burdened with trying to clean things up after I'm gone. (BTW, I am in remission and plan to ultimately be cured, but with a four percent chance of living 5 years, I try to be realistic too.)

Our four sons did as much as they could to take care of our daughter too (she was the baby). Although I'm sure their experience is different, I know that they were affected by her loss too. Your parents are important, but don't leave your sister out of your activities.

Losing our daughter has left a hole that will never completely heal, but most of the sadness has been replaced by gratitude for the time we were able to spend with her. Without knowing anything specific about your parents, I can only assume that their experience will be similar to ours. Tell them that you love them every day - and - as much as you can - imagine turning them over to the care of whatever Higher Power you may believe exists in the universe.



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Old 08-16-2016 , 12:32 PM     LeThanhPhong est dconnect  search   Quote  
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gọi Then người đẹp chắc bé Vỉtualman ói à
LTP nghĩ bác VirtualMan ganh tị với Then vì chưa ai gọi bác ấy là người đẹp đó thôi . Có lẽ đã đến lúc mình nên gọi bác VirtualMan là người đẹp để bác ấy vui lòng, Then nhỉ ?

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Cô Monica nói chuyện rất hay và cảm động . Khi Monica chấm dứt cuộc nói chuyện, cô được mọi người đứng dậy vỗ tay khen ngợi . Thực là vinh hạnh cho cô . Đoạn 10:25 - 10:31 tả lại nỗi lo sợ của cha mẹ cô . Họ lo lắng cô chịu đựng không nổi nỗi nhục nhã cô phải gánh chịu vào năm 1998 . Khán thính giả đã không cầm được nước mắt .

Có trải qua đau thương, chúng ta mới có lòng thương xót, cảm thông . Cám ơn Monica nhiều lắm .


Monica Lewinsky: The price of shame

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_8y0WLm78U



Good speech, Mon!
Cám ơn bác LTP kéo bài TED này qua đây. Lần đầu em mới nghe cô Monica phát biểu ngoài public. Em cũng thường nghe các chương trình của TED mà em hay mò mẫm bên phần SCIENCE and design.

Hình như sau này cô Monica cũng có chồng như mọi người khác nhưng chưa có con và rồi cũng bị li dị phải không bác LTP? Em không theo dõi về đời tư của cổ nhiều nhưng mới năm ngoái hay năm kia gì đó có 1 chương trình thời sự trên TV mời Monica để phỏng vấn cổ lần đầu tiên đưa ra public sau vụ scandal gần 20 năm.
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Old 08-16-2016 , 06:00 PM     Newbie est dconnect  search   Quote  
Em góp thêm bài về HAPPINESS của ông sư Matthieu Ricard (pháp)

Hồi mới bắt đầu nghe chương trình TED, em tình cờ gặp bài nói chuyện của ông sư Matthieu Ricard, người gốc Pháp nhưng tu tập bên Hy Mã Lạp Sơn (theo phái bên Tây Tạng) . Ông rất đơn thuần pha tí khôi hài trong bài giảng


https://youtu.be/vbLEf4HR74E

Cái này mới nghe sau

https://youtu.be/_p_GKCr8rq8

Last edited by Newbie; 08-16-2016 at 07:09 PM..
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