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Work multiplied by leisure
Anatoly does not like to sit in one place. He is twenty eight years old. He graduated from the Department of Foreign Languages at St. Petersburg State University. He is fluent in English and German. At the household level – Bulgarian and Turkish. The guy is promoting virtual resources. Leads a specialized website for the sale of advertising texts. Vera has been living in Turkey for several years with her girlfriend. Just a few weeks ago, they moved from the center of Alanya to Mahmutlar and are very pleased with it.
Life in Russia
I have a craving for languages since childhood. My older brother was fond of electronics. Repair computers. “Iron” itself didn’t attract me much, but programming gave me a chance to earn money already in high school. There was a need for a good knowledge of English. I transferred to school with a special bias. Plus tutor and films in the original. I decided to develop this area more seriously. He graduated from the philology department and took up advertising texts at a professional level. Soon he earned his first solid money. Continue reading
For example, I was surprised why most Germans prefer to live in rented apartments, if there is an opportunity to purchase their own housing. On this issue, my spouse and I had a different opinion. Now we live in our 4-room apartment in a small town. But first things first.
Why we decided to buy our home
Immediately upon arrival, we got to a temporary camp, where we stayed for several days. There we were issued documents and identified with the place of residence. Since most of my relatives live in Bavaria, we asked for it there. In addition, it is a rich land where you can easily find work, which can not be said about the north of Germany.
They sent us to the small town of Deggendorf on the banks of the Danube with a population of 38 thousand people. It is located 130 km from Munich. Even in the camp, we were informed that there are free social apartments there, one of which we can call in. No, they are not like our Russian communal apartments or Khrushchev’s. Social – because they are located in houses that were built by the city administration especially for poor citizens. Continue reading
We are already familiar with the biological rhythms of man from our articles and the E-book. A person’s heart beats with a frequency ranging from 55 to 85 beats / min, the lungs inhale and exhale with a frequency of 10 to 18 breaths / min, electromagnetic waves in the brain pass with a frequency of 0.5 to 225 Hz, each organ and each cell in the body oscillate with their frequency well synchronized with other frequencies of the body, as well as with cosmic rhythms, i.e. are in harmony. And this applies to a healthy body. When a disease occurs, the physiological balance is disturbed, disharmony appears, frequency synchronization is disturbed, signals from a diseased organ can change their size and phase, which also affects the nature of the disease. The most complex cybernetic “machine”, which is a person, begins to fail. But the body itself, as it were, getting stuck in a disease, cannot rid itself of these unnecessary waves. Continue reading