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You could have a change of heart if you would only change your mind

Instead of slamming down the phone girl for the hundredth time

I got your number on my wall but I ain't gonna make that call

When divided we stand baby united we fall

Got the time got a chance gonna make it, got my hands

On your heart gonna take it all I know, I can't fight this flame

You could have a change of heart if you would only change your mind
'Cause I'm crazy 'bout you baby time after time

psychology and sport

Sports Psychology

What is Sport Psychology?
     Sport psychology is the scientific study of people and their behaviours in sport and exercise activities. The aim of the study of sport psychology is to be able to apply the knowledge learned about these to practical uses. There are two objectives that the field of sport psychology aims to meet. These are:
1) To understand the effects of psychological factors on physical performance.
2) To understand the effects of participating in physical activity on psychological development, health and well-being.
Typical questions that a sport psychologist might ask are:
* "How does anxiety affect the accuracy of an athlete's movements?"
* "Does lacking self-confidence influence a person's ability to learn a certain sport?"
* "How does a coach's reinforcement or punishment influence a player's performance?"
* "Does imagery training help the process of recovery in injured athletes?"
* "Does running reduce anxiety and depression?
* "Does participating in youth sports cause young athletes to be overly aggressive?
* "Does participation in daily physical education classes improve a child's self-esteem?"
* "Does participation in athletics enhance personality development?"
     Sports psychology applies to a broad population of people - seniors, children, people who exercise daily, elite athletes, average athletes, the physically and mentally challenged, coaches, teachers and fitness leaders.
     Sport psychologists conduct research, teach about what they have learned about sport psychology and also consult with athletes and coaches.

What You Think About Music???

What You Think About Music???

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wasis: Music is something, but i cant description what the meaning of music,
but Music can make everyone know what is the world, what is life, what is love, and whatever.

some people say about music:

“Music lifts up your soul and releases it.” 
“Music is what moves everyone, and without it, life would be pointless.” 
“Music is important because it can describe people, places, movies, or animals that words can’t.  Without music, the world would have a hard time understanding other things.” 
“Music is important because it helps you express yourself in ways that you can’t with normal talking.”
“Music is important to me because it gives me something to look forward to everyday.” 
“Music is important because it allows people to be creative and it offers more life to people.” 
“Music is important in my life because it gives me something to do.  I think it is important to the world because it helps people feel better and can give them hope.” 
“Music is important in my life because I always have something to sing along to and relate to.  It is important to the world as a whole because it brings us together.” 
“Music is the highlight of my day!  After a rough day, I like to listen to music to lift my spirits.”
“Music gives you something to listen to on long drives.” 
 “Life without music would be boring… no background music for movies, and life would sound dull.” 
“I think music is important because music is a way that people can express themselves and if people couldn’t express themselves there would be a lot more violence in the world.” 
“Music, without it there would be silence, less joy, and darker times.” 
 “Music puts the life and excitement into the world.  Music is a part of my everyday life, from the radio in the morning to chorus and band class at school.  Without music, I wouldn’t be who I am today. 
“I play a lot of video games, so I hear a lot of music with it.  I may not notice, but the music provides more depth to the situation.” 
 “Music is important to my life because it makes dancing and singing a lot easier.  It also makes life interesting and hardcore!” 
 “Music is important to people’s lives because it makes things better when things aren’t going right in the world.” 

why music is important??

why music is important??

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Everyone loves music. Music is everywhere, it pervades our world. Everyone knows music has power and importance. But have you ever stopped to consider why? What it is about music that gives it so much power and importance?

seven top reasons: 
  1. Music is a universal language. It inspires common human feelings and bridges gaps between cultures that spoken languages cannot. It brings people together and creates universal community.
  2. Music inspires and evokes emotion in a healthy way. It touches our emotional being and evokes moods and feelings that are sometimes difficult to express. It can change a difficult mood and make it happy or excited; it can change a light mood and take it deeper and more profound.
  3. Music enhances learning and makes it more enjoyable. It is scientifically proven that music enhances brain functioning. Playing music uses many brain functions simultaneously: motor control, imagination, hearing, sight, memory, etc.
  4. Music creates ambiance. You can use music in any environment to enhance and augment what is already there. Consider the difference between a party with music and one without, or a sporting event, or a movie, or a romantic restaurant, or driving in your car...

what is the meaning of GOD???

There is an indefinable mysterious Power that pervades everything.
I feel It, though I do not see It.
It is this unseen Power which makes Itself felt and yet defies all proof,
because It is so unlike all that I perceive through my senses.
It transcends the senses....
That informing Power or Spirit is God....
For I can see that in the midst of death life persists, in the midst of untruth, truth persists, in the midst of darkness light persists.
Hence I gather that God is Life, Truth, Light. He is love.
He is supreme good.
But he is no God who merely satisfies the intellect
If He ever does.
God to be God must rule the heart and transform it.
~ Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
(Young India, October 11, 1928)

Read Homo Homini Lupus

Homo Homini Lupus

A small singers, capitalize both palms,
accompany the songs that came out of his mouth that cemongcemong
especially water untouched soap. singers
accompany small flurry of morning on a bus that was
kutumpangi half empty. He did not bring a guitar, not
bring kecrikan of bottle caps nailed in a
small wood, not also bring other musical instruments. Used To
singers brought a musical introduction to help
sang a number of songs, before some coins
and banknotes switch into the candy bag
offered to some people who were generous and
willing to donate at that time.

Differences in Problem Solving Ability in Children Can Play Musical With Children Who Can not Play a Musical Instrument

A. Background
Thinking is the most important instrument in the psychic life. By thinking, we can more easily cope with various problems in life. But if just think with straight course, the problem would be difficult to resolve. But in the process of addressing a problem, we often think in different ways. The psychologists and logicians know a few ways of thinking. However, not all of their ideas effectively to the process of solving the problem on everyone. Thus make it easier to solve problems required creative thinking and innovative.
Creative thinking is one of the recommended ways. Because of the way that someone will be able to see issues from many perspectives. Because, a creative thinker will generate more alternatives to solve a problem. Creative thinking cognitive load (aptitude), affective (nonaptitude) and metacognitive. There are some human behavior related to creative thinking. Among other things related to cognitive aspects, namely; current thinking skills (fluency), flexible thinking skills (flexibility), original thinking skills (originality), and elaborate skills (elaboration). Four more related to affective aspects, namely; want mengambila risk (risk-taking), pleased with complexity (complexity), have curiosity (curiosity), and likes to imagine (imajination).