Kabira

@kabira

Three I's which define me: 🔹Inquisitive 🔹Intellectual 🔹Industrious What will you find on my feed? - News Updates - Facts - Motivation - And lot of interaction

This guy has no limit🤯, can't thank you enough bro for the love you have shown towards me from my first day. Thank you so much for your trust in me🙌🙌❤️ https://images.deso.org/0c380440c8457456fe5f70c4ca1623d63f3f6f6d0a8d096d5e96e9174c592244.webp @kabira

Ending the day with:💭 The sexiest thing in the entire world is being really smart and being thoughtful and being generous. Everything else is crap, I promise you it's just crap, that people try to sell to you. @kabira

#2 Daily Reminder Money can't buy happiness, but it can make you awfully comfortable while you are being miserable.💭 @kabira

‘Change the code, not the climate’: New campaign launched to make Bitcoin eco-friendly Bitcoin mining rigs are known to use excessive energy, evident from the recent power outages in Kazakhstan, which became the third biggest BTC mining zone. On the other hand, the campaign launched by Chris Larsen and Greenpeace aims to cut off the energy used by the process of mining by 99.9%. Citing the example of Ethereum, the official campaign calls forth all the major backers of Bitcoin, the world’s first and biggest cryptocurrency with a market cap of 905 billion USD, to replace the energy-expensive proof-of-work with a cleaner alternative like proof-of-work. @kabira

What kind of content do you prefer to watch on your #DeSo feed, on a daily basis?💭🤔 deso @kabira

Did you know?🤔💭 The world's shortest horror story was originally published in 1948; it was written by Frederic Brown and consists of two sentences. It reads: "The last man on Earth sat alone in a room. There was a knock on the door ..." @kabira

Did you hear about the claustrophobic astronaut? He just needed a little space.🤣🤣 Let's see if anyone has a better joke😝💭 Send yours in the comments. @kabira

#9 Daily Reminder💭 Your thoughts are like boomerangs. What you pass along to others is what will come back to you.🪃 @kabira

Good Morning #DeSo fam💟 Meet 'The 42' which happens to be the tallest building in my city #Kolkata #India. It is also the tallest building in India outside of Mumbai and Noida (Delhi NCR). https://images.deso.org/85968d803a7ef194fb4424ffe50adcdeb8559b4cfc619b53cd6fb7404e5d1687.webp deso @kabira

Hello! community members😊 @kabira

#12 Daily Reminder💭 If you look at what you have in life, you'll always have more. If you look at what you don't have in life, you'll never have enough. @kabira

#6 Daily Reminder💭 It's okay to be not okay🙂 @kabira

While reading my morning news from Wall Street Journal (WSJ) news app, I came across an interesting word, which I would like to share with you all. The word is 'Greenflation' which means a sharp rise in the price of materials, minerals, etc, that are used in the creation of renewable technologies.💭 @kabira

#8 Daily Reminder💭 We need to accept that we won’t always make the right decisions, that we’ll screw up royally sometimes –understanding that failure is not the opposite of success, it’s part of success. @kabira

Few interesting facts about the Hindu Culture🔯: 🔸The goal of life in Hinduism is to attain salvation or moksha. 🔸Hinduism actually believes in only one god, but in many forms. 🔸Hinduism is the 3rd largest religion in the world, after Christianity and Islam. 🔸Hinduism believes in a circular rather than a linear concept of time. 🔸The Rig Veda was written more than 3800 years ago, making Hinduism one of, if not the oldest religion in the world. 🔸108 is a sacred number in Hinduism and it is considered auspicious. 🔸It is one of the few religions that does not consider the pursuit of wealth a sin. 🔸The word 'Juggernaut' is actually derived from Lord Jagannath. 🔸'Om' is actually believed to be the manifestation of consciousness in sound form. 🔸According to Hindus, religion has no founder or origin. https://images.deso.org/d5494de24c857d8950898cca3d92728993117c2e4baa0c8e8d2ba077958c49f8.webp @kabira

#5 Daily Reminder💭 Do all the good you can, for all the people you can, in all the ways you can, as long as you can. @kabira

15 Little Ways to Cheer Yourself Up: 1. Go for a walk When you feel yourself in a panic, take a break and go for a walk outside. Walking not only does the body well, it also helps mental health, according to doctors. 2. Soak in a warm bath Create your own at-home remedy by relaxing in a hot bath. Even just 10 to 15 minutes of a warm soak has physical and mental healing properties. 3. Get some sunshine If you’re feeling down, you might not be getting enough sunshine and Vitamin D. In fact, researchers are finding a link between lack of sun exposure and depression. So don’t forget to catch some rays each day to feel your best. 4. Put on your favorite outfit Clothes influence how people feel and interact with the world. Wearing your favorite outfit is an easy fix for a bad mood that will inspire confidence throughout the day. 5. Dance around Human beings have always turned to dance as a form of therapy, from ancient Native American rituals and expressive meditation practices to modern dance/movement therapy. Put on some happy music, push the couch aside, and dance it out to feel better. 6. Watch a funny movie The saying goes: “laughter is the greatest medicine.” It’s no joke! Laughter therapy reduces stress. So when you feel overwhelmed, put on your favorite comedy and enjoy a good laugh! 7. Do something creative Studies show the connection between art and healing to restore emotional balance. Painting, writing, drawing, coloring — creative activities such as these provide a positive outlet for releasing emotional distress. 8. Phone a friend If you find yourself in a negative thought loop, it can help to get out of your head and speak to true friends or to a relative who cares. Even just having someone listen to what’s on your mind alleviates stress. 9. Spend time gardening Nurturing plants have major benefits for your mind, body, and soul. A Dutch study found that tending a garden for just 30 minutes a day promotes well-being. You can start a small herb garden in your kitchen, or plant an outdoor garden. 10. Drink a cup of tea The healing herbs and flowers used in teas bring immediate anxiety relief. For the best results, simmer a pot of caffeine-free varieties like chamomile, peppermint, valerian, or lemon balm. 11. Keep a gratitude journal Gratitude has scientifically proven benefits for improving emotional health and making you feel mentally strong. Keep a weekly gratitude journal by listing your blessings. This will help shift your focus away from the bad things so you can have an appreciation for your blessings. 12. Do something nice for someone else Doing good things for someone else makes you feel good, too. Buy a stranger a coffee. Donate to a charity. Cook dinner for a friend. Kind gestures such as these lead to greater happiness. 13. Exercise Physical activity not only benefits physical health. Regular exercise also relieves stress and boosts your overall mood. Find an activity that you enjoy whether it is yoga, swimming, jogging, hiking, or a combination of them all. 14. Take a break Studies show a strong correlation between lack of sleep and mood swings. If you feel down, you might just need to get some rest, even if that means taking a 10 to15-minute break during the day. 15. Drink more water The brain is very sensitive to dehydration, and lack of water can cause drops in mood. If you find yourself feeling down, make sure you drink enough water. Doctors recommend at least eight eight-ounce glasses of water each day. ( @StarGeezer I hope this helps in one way or the other💪👍) @kabira

#11 Daily Reminder💭 Luck is where preparation meets opportunity. @kabira

#7 Daily Reminder 💭 Small minds discuss people, Good minds discuss events, and Great minds discuss ideas. Posted via @cloutfeed @kabira

If you let people's perceptions of you dictate your behavior, you will never grow as a person. But if you leave yourself open to experience, despite what others think then you will learn and grow. @kabira