Tuesday, November 23, 2010

rESolVE YouR LoVe

there's no stopping what have already begun
to the point we only believe in ourselves
the heart only can take too much of heartache
then the spirit of love will fly away again
should have flee when you got the chance
should have close your eyes and turn away
then you won't be forced to stay
like a canary in a cage
it longed to fly in open blue sky
like a long lost love
which have already die
so much for a heart to hold onto
some sweet bitter pain memory
trust your heart, it will lead the way
trust your love it may lead you astray
which will it be dear heart????

Thursday, November 18, 2010


Wednesday, November 17, 2010

do you believe in these????

1. Feeling in love is not much different from having a bad obsessive-compulsive disorder
The finding that romantic love is biochemically indistinguishable from having severe obsessive-compulsive disorder, published in Psychological Medicine, won psychiatrists led by Donatella Marazziti of the University of Pisa, Italy, the Ig Nobel prize for chemistry in 2000.

2.Coffee drinkers are more likely to see dead people

According to a research, heavy coffee drinkers are more likely to have hallucinations or feel "the presence of dead people,". A UK-based study quizzed 200 students on their caffeine intake and found those with the highest consumption were also more prone to report seeing, or hearing, things that were not there. Those who consumed a daily equivalent of seven cups of instant coffee or more - high caffeine users - were three times more likely to have extra-sensory experiences than low users, who had less than one cup daily. The Durham University study took in all caffeine consumption including coffee but also tea, caffeinated energy drinks or chocolate bars and caffeine pills.

When under stress, the body releases a stress hormone called cortisol. More of this stress hormone is released in response to stress when people have recently had caffeine. It is this extra boost of cortisol which may link caffeine intake with an increased tendency to hallucinate, say the scientists.