Having the male gene does not mean you are a gentleman. In fact, not every guy has it in him to be a gentleman. Part of being a gentleman can be taught while other parts seem like they are ingrained into the man. The list of infographics below is a gentleman cheat sheet. A gentleman is not always the good guy. A gentleman is usually the best suited up, smoothest talking, single malt whiskey drinker in the building.

posted 2 days ago

"In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on."
— Robert Frost (via contextualposts)

"The Father did not send a substitute to earth. HE came down. That was Emmanuel in the manger. God with us. Not a third of God. All of God."
— Ken Raggio (via justdia)


I’m going into lab every day of the week. I’m spending less and less time at home or with friends other than the ones I see regularly. Is this even healthy? I don’t think so.

But the truth is that I am hooked onto what I am doing. I may hate slogging out, I may hate working long hours, but nothing gives me more reassurance and pleasure than spending time in the lab, organizing stuff, planning experiments, reviewing data, at my own time and pace. I may not be the most efficient or organized person out there, but I still get things done… Eventually. Somehow.

I do know three things though. 1. This is not sustainable in the long run. 2. There are many other things out there that I should/could be doing. And 3. Life is too exciting to waste it away on work and work alone.

I’m in such a dilemma. Ah well. Work won’t stop anytime soon. Gotta keep moving on.

posted 4 days ago

7 days a week

If you’re doing something seven days a week, you must really love what you do.

Why can’t I pray and worship God seven days a week, the same way I devote time and energy to my research work?



credit: Anna


So this how it happens, Israeli forces throw a warning rocket into the house and bomb it after 34 seconds. 
So, do you think that one minute is enough to take only your personal documents from the home? 
Is enough to survive? 
Is it enough to take your children out of the home?