Faun is a German pagan folk band. Faun's sound combines vocals, medieval instruments, electronic instruments and vocals in a variety of old and modern languages. Definitely, one of my favs...
In Celtic religion, horned deity of fecundity, a deity worshiped as “lord of wild things.” He wore stag antlers and sometimes carried a torque (sacred neck ornament). He was worshiped primarily in Britain, but there are also traces of his cult in Ireland. He is probably the source for the horned god that appears in Christian medieval manuscripts as a symbol of the Antichrist.
Tuesday, 21 February 2012
Being a dad is not easy, especially if it is the first time. If you go through that stage, here are some tips from the experts:
Depends largely on the mother that the father takes part in raising the first child. For a man is difficult to start with this new role.
The most common thing is that he is not always at home when the baby is awake. The mother also finds it difficult to know when to engage the father and when not to.
Some dads are shy and are afraid of hurting the baby for being so small. The mother has to give her partner that confidence.
It is valuable that the father participates in parenting, as it represents a great moral support.
The father is an object of love, different from the mother, so he expands the child´s vision of the world.
Because the baby is very sensitive to the relationship between their parents, if positive,it provides a solid foundation for the child development.
Dad enriches his child's world. It helps build your ideal, create a larger world around him. It does so with his work, taking part in their games, making him aware of other forms of wholesome fun.
An excellent mutual understanding between men and women is vital, for a child perceives his reality from different perspectives. It is wrong to offer a world of only women or only men. That is to limit development.
Remember that children see their parents as heroes and that any wrongdoing, however small, disappointed them.
Posted by Richardsbabe at 12:26
Tuesday, 14 February 2012
And one of my siggies...
Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.
Posted by Richardsbabe at 12:56
Monday, 13 February 2012
Wednesday, 8 February 2012
They usually have more erotic thoughts than women but also think about other physical needs, such as eating or sleeping.
It can be the end of a stereotype, that of men think about sex all day. A group of researchers from Ohio State University has recently shown that it is true that men think about sex more often than women, but they also do it more than women with regard to other physical needs, like food or sleep. This research puts an end to the persistent idea that males of our species think of something related to sex once every seven seconds, which is equivalent to doing it about 8,000 times a day during the 16 hours that they are not asleep. The study, however, shows that men on average think about sex issues "only" about 19 times a day, while women think about it about 10 times.
But the thing is not there. In general, they also think about food more times than women do(18 times a day versus 15), and think about sleep (11 times against 8). This means that men think about food as much as they think about sex.
Original article here:
Posted by Richardsbabe at 16:53