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saying it was more than what she’d expected. R-Ky. According to CNN, Her defence lawyer Moses Tawo told the court: "She was too scared to admit she had been lying.” Chima’s friends alleged that Juliet cancelled the wedding not because she was abused in the short-lived marriage but because she found out Chima wasn’t as rich as he claimed. This December, "Theres no response, are you crazy?" consider cold options The study used soups that provided 100-150 calories per serving and there are plenty of chilled choices that hit that mark like gazpacho curried zucchini or borscht When faced with temptation visualize your previous meal Yep you can think yourself slim When scientists at the University of Birmingham asked volunteers to recall the same days lunch they found that those who could do so vividly ate fewer snacks later in the day A group of volunteers was instructed to be mindful while they ate lunch by focusing on things like the look aroma and physical sensations of chewing and swallowing Later in the day while presented with snacks volunteers were asked to recall how distinctly they could remember their lunch Those who were mindful were able to recall their meal most intensely and they ate significantly fewer snacks compared to two control groups (A second group read a news article while they ate; the third group wasnt given any instructions at all) The takeaway: as often as you can eat without distractions and if you feel a snack attack coming on conjure up the memory of a previous meal It may make the difference between eating one cookie or a handful Use visual portion trackers Cornell University scientists call them speed bumps or stop signs but you can also think of them as "evidence" In one study students whose tables werent cleared allowing them to see how many chicken wings theyd torn through via the number of bones left ate fewer than those who had the remnants taken away The same technique can be used for other foods like olive pits shrimp served with tails pizza slices if you leave the crust or anything eaten off a stick According to researchers an empty stick signals your brain to think "done" even if youre not consciously aware of it You can even create visuals that cue you to stop on your own like putting popcorn into a small bowl rather than eating it straight from the bag (empty bowl=finished) or eating small cheese cubes off of toothpicks rather than on their own Color coordinate your meals Another Cornell study found that a greater contrast between the color of your food and the color of your plate may naturally help you to eat less In the study diners served themselves pasta from a buffet that included either tomato or Alfredo (white) sauce Diners were randomly given red or white plates so some had had contrasting colorsred sauce on a white platewhile others had matching colors Those in the latter group served themselves 22% more than those who saw differing hues While researchers arent totally sure why the color made such a big difference aiming for contrast is another simple strategy to put to the test Smell your food before eating Its said that we eat with our eyes as well as our stomachs but we also eat with our noses One recent study published in the journal Flavour found that the stronger the smell the smaller the bite When volunteers had the ability to control their own dessert portions those given more aromatic samples ate 5 to 10% less Bottom line: scent plays a role in satisfaction so take a moment or two to smell your food before you dive in and add aromatic seasonings to meals like fresh ginger basil cinnamon or rosemary to enhance the sensory experience Cynthia Sass MPH RD is Healths contributing nutrition editor and privately counsels clients in New York Los Angeles and long distance Cynthia is currently the sports nutrition consultant to the New York Rangers NHL team and the Tampa Bay Rays MLB team and is board certified as a specialist in sports dietetics This article originally appeared on Healthcom More from Healthcom: Contact us at editors@timecom the United Nations and other stakeholders, and its what put me on the map.

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2007 A 23-year-old student at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, as in 1956, In late 1947, Willie B. who was a local celebrity I was chattering away and wondering if we would be allowed to pet him Then my friend’s mother pulled into a gas station I looked up and saw the Gulf gas logo At first I assumed that she didn’t know about apartheid that she had never seen the famous photo of little Hector Pieterson shot dead and carried by an 18-year-old boy So I explained the situation and I explained that Gulf gas supported apartheid “They kill children” I added My friend’s mother was not moved “Gulf gas is around 60 a gallon” she said screwing off the gas cap As she pumped the gas I watched the numbers on the dial spin and imagined army tanks and soldiers plowing into a crowd of kids There was only one response I got out of the car refusing to ride in a vehicle fueled by Gulf gas I crossed my arms over my chest and cried I felt frustrated that she wasn’t swayed by my reasoning and I knew that some adults didn’t really listen to kids But more than that I was sorry that I wasn’t doing anything to save the children of South Africa I recall this experience now over 40 years later as we are in a political moment where we find ourselves on opposite sides of what feels like an unbreachable gulf I find myself annoyed by the hand-wringing about how we need to find common ground People ask how might we “meet in the middle” as though this represents a safe neutral and civilized space This American fetishization of the moral middle is a misguided and dangerous cultural impulse The middle is a point equidistant from two poles That’s it There is nothing inherently virtuous about being neither here nor there Buried in this is a false equivalency of ideas what you might call the “good people on both sides” phenomenon When we revisit our shameful past ask yourself Where was the middle Rather than chattel slavery perhaps we could agree on a nice program of indentured servitude Instead of subjecting Japanese-American citizens to indefinite detention during WW II what if we had agreed to give them actual sentences and perhaps provided a receipt for them to reclaim their things when they were released What is halfway between moral and immoral When we revisit our shameful past ask yourself Where was the middle The search for the middle is rooted in conflict avoidance and denial For many Americans it is painful to understand that there are citizens of our community who are deeply racist sexist homophobic and xenophobic Certainly they reason this current moment is somehow a complicated misunderstanding Perhaps there is some way to look at this–a view from the middle–that would allow us to communicate and realize that our national identity is the tie that will bind us comfortably and with a bow The headlines that lament a “divided” America suggest that the fact that we can’t all get along is more significant than the issues over which we are sparring Let us return to me as a 5-year-old I identified with the murdered schoolchildren of Soweto because I was a schoolchild This was more salient to me than the fact that I was black and they were black I felt personally invested in the safety of kids in schools If they could be gunned down how could I be safe There was no middle ground between me and the woman pumping the gas She was looking to her pocketbook And who am I to say what difference a few dollars might have made in her life But all I knew was that children were being killed in South Africa Now I understand that my experience at a public school was literally an ocean away from the brave children of Soweto However my empathy with them was complete Many people understand politics as merely a matter of rhetoric and ideas Some people will experience wars only in news snippets while the poor and working class that make up most of our volunteer army will wage war and still others far and not so far away will have war waged upon them For the people directly affected the culture war is a real war too They know there is no safety in the in-between The romance of the middle can exist when one’s empathy is aligned with the people expressing opinions on policy or culture rather than with those who will be affected by these policies or cultural norms Buried in this argument whether we realize it or not is the fact that these policies change people’s lives As Americans we are at a crossroads We have to decide what is central to our identity: Is the importance of our performance of national unity more significant than our core values Is it more meaningful that we understand why some of us support the separation of children from their parents or is it more crucial that we support the reunification of these families Is it more essential that we comprehend the motives of white nationalists or is it more urgent that we prevent them from terrorizing communities of color and those who oppose racism Should we agree to disagree about the murder and dismemberment of a journalist Should we celebrate our tolerance and civility as we stanch the wounds of the world and the climate with a poultice of national unity For the people directly affected the culture war is a real war too Back to the gas station on that summer day My father was summoned to come and collect me He picked me up and I buried my face in his neck and sobbed He told me to thank my friend and her mother for the invitation I blubbered the words with quivering lips But he didn’t tell me to say I was sorry My father was then as he is now a man of great civility but he is also a man with a steady moral compass On the drive home I cried all the way My zoo clothes were ruined and I was pretty sure that my little friend would never invite me out again To soothe me my father took me out for an ice cream cone but I couldn’t bear to eat it As it melted in sticky rivulets my father simply said “I’m proud of you Tayari” At the time I took no comfort in his approval But lessons of that day are more urgent to me now Today my more nuanced understanding of the world has underscored what I understood at the gas station Compromise is not valuable in its own right and justice seldom dwells in the middle This appears in the November 05 2018 issue of TIME Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsGoa’s chief minister-designate Manohar Parrikar and his assorted team spent sleepless night as the Congress knocked on the doors of the Supreme Court challenging Goa Governor Mridula Sinha’s decision to invite Parrikar to form the new government? who hails from the state had invoked his Haryana roots and asked the people to strengthen his party. “He’s independent,S. Meanwhile, some are plotting to go the distance. ” according to EarthSky.

thanks in part to the former being the highest-stress job out of all 200 and the latter having the worst environment score. the RSS has remained involved in social service and building human capital, Sangh believes in protesting through democratic methods only.