1 in 3 women have been victims of physical violence by an intimate partner. 1 in 4 women have been severely injured by an intimate partner. Every day 3 women are killed by a current or former partner in the US. Break the silence, end the violence. Love should never hurt. #DVA
🤬 НЕ МОГУ И НЕ ХОЧУ 🤬
Вот бывает же такое чувство, что все сил нет, да что там сил и желания то никакого.
Особенно если посреди дня с ребенком прилегла на 5 минут. Ох, как тяжело потом собрать себя в кучу.
Но, в такой момент я всегда просто встаю и начинаю делать свои дела. .
Как говорится - "Аппетит приходит во время еды " , и это действительно так! Стоит только начать и все меня уже не остановить. Сегодня с утра я и незаметила, как убрала всю кухню, детские игрушки , сделала уборку влажную, макияж , приготовила обед , и все это за полтора часа 😱
Поэтому второе правило, если это не работа в телефоне , то на время дел, его просто подальше убрать, скорость будет значительно увеличена 😄
А как вы справляетесь с таким состоянием?💕
During the extensive war between Lord Rama against Ravana and his army, there's a scene when Hanuman ji comes face-to-face with the Lanka King. Prepared to test each other's might, Hanuman ji asks Ravana to go first as He believes the demon king may not be able to survive His supreme strength. Ravana accordingly punches Hanuman. The punch was so light to Hanuman ji that He does not feel anything. However, in return, hanuman ji packs such a solid punch to Ravana's chest that knocks him unconscious. Ravana starts coughing blood and finds his sternum broken. On waking up, he takes a moment to praise Hanuman's strength and says that he is the first one to ever flatten a parakrami like Ravana.
Hanuman ji stands there with his eyes wide open. Shocked. "You are talking about my power, while all the time I am left wondering that even after my most deathly punch, you are the first person to still be alive. How could you even manage to wake up and praise me? what power are you even talking of." Seeing this, Jambuvantha arrives at scene and explains Hanuman ji that He cannot defeat Ravana, no matter how hard He tries, for the sole reason that his death has been destined to be by Lord Rama's hands. The story traces back to the boon that Lord Narayana had given to the door keeps of Vaikunta Loka - Jaya and Vijaya. The Lord had promised the poor door keepers, who were cursed by Sanat Kumaras to be born three times in the world, to kill them in all their three births. Ravana, was Jaya's second birth in the world and, thus, his death was destined to be in Lord Rama's hands.
Hearing this, Hanuman ji stepped aside. It was His way of acknowledging Lord Narayana's words and also respecting Ravana's power. However, the respect was mutual. A Shloka in Sundara Kanda sees Ravana acknowledging Hanuman for his power and saying great words for Him.
The Shloka translates to:
"Earlier, I saw the Vanara-s of a great prowess like Vali and Sugreeva, the mighty Jambavan, Nila the Chief of army and so on like Dvivida.”
“Their scheme of performance is not so fearful as this; nor their efficacy, nor their prowess, nor their intellect, nor this capacity to change their form or energy at will.