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DW-Spezial: Flucht nach Europa http://www.dw.de/themen/flucht-nach-europa/s-101504 Die Hafenstadt Alexandria ist eine Drehscheibe für die Flucht aus Ägypten weiter übers Mittelmeer nach Europa. Der Syrer Abu Nemr lebt hier, er hat einen Teil seiner Familie nach Europa gebracht. Und Abu Bara'a hilft Schleppern, Kunden zu bekommen. Für einen freien Platz auf dem Boot, für neue Hoffnung.
Dr Ismail Serageldin had agreed with Sir Magdi Yacoub, 'a great modern day leader of medicine', to write an article on the contributions of the Library of Alexandria to knowledge and science. "Ancient Alexandria and the Dawn of Medical Science" documents the story of a great period in the history of medicine and the establishment of the famous medical school in old Alexandria. It was published in the Global Cardiology Science and Practice Journal, Volume 2013.47. The article has been very well received and upon the request of many, Dr Serageldin was asked to record it. Accordingly the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, the New Library of Alexandria, is making the recording and the full text available for all.
In the wake of political turmoil and civil disruption in Egypt, it can be difficult to get our minds off the frequent grim and violent news. In our daily lives, we often face numerous obstacles in everything we do and we make excuses to justify unfulfilled promises we make to ourselves. But there’s plenty of beauty to be found in the streets of Egypt and it can surprisingly go unnoticed for a very long time. Ahmed Hakim is a passionate calligrapher who paints in beautiful strokes that are difficult to match. He has recently retired from the Egyptian Advertising Company, Al Gomhoreya Journal. He also has three missing limbs. Hakim grew up in Alexandria. When he was seven, he fell and was hit by the tram. The accident led to both his arms and one of his legs being amputated. Such an event ...
Awaken your core with this comprehensive yoga workout, complete with Planks, side-body toners, and crunches.
Using positive affirmations is one of the easiest and most effective ways to release negative thought patterns and to create strong, loving, abundant beliefs in your subconscious mind. Also, they feel good! It feels good to think and say positive, uplifting statements. You don’t need to be an expert at affirmations to get started. I recommend choosing one or two affirmations that really stand out to you and make you feel good when you read them. You can choose one that speaks to a specific area of your life: your career, your relationship, your confidence, or you can choose one that is about overall well-being and happiness. Some different ways you can use affirmations: WRITING THEM OUT. Get a specific journal that you keep just for writing out your affirmations in each day. I lik...
One Take With Alexandria Bombach & Waylon Lewis Waylon Lewis has a conversation with filmmaker and founder of Red Reel, Alexandria Bombach, about her latest project shot in Afghanistan and how to jump in with two feet and live your dreams.
Strength, bravery, and belief in yourself are the keys to mastering the pickup-jumpack into Chaturanga Dandasana. Join Alexandria Crow as she takes you through a sequence leading up to the jumpback. For more free yoga videos visit http://www.yogajournal.com/video
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Dr. Bruce J. MacLennan is the author of the book “Wisdom of Hypatia” . He has a BS in mathematics from Florida State University, and an MS and PhD in computer science from Purdue University. He was a senior software engineer at Intel, and a professor at the Naval Postgraduate School and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. His research is in artificial intelligence, artificial life, self-organizing systems, and philosophy of mind. For more than forty years, MacLennan has also been a student of ancient Greek and Roman philosophy and religion. He has published journal articles and book chapters on Neoplatonic spiritual practices, Jungian psychology, and neurotheology. MacLennan is invited regularly to give international presentations and offers regular workshops on Neoplatonic spiritual...