Do you regularly cry? When was the last time you cried? Whether you were tough or sensitive, one thing was for sure, you did cry. Crying is not a sign of weakness, in fact, crying helps you in both physical and mental health. Let's watch the video below to understand more clearly about crying and tear. Do you like Onion? May or may not, but I'm sure your Iris does not like her at all. After watching that useful video, here are some questions for checking your knowledge: 1. H
2020 has been called a train wreck, a dumpster fire, and the longest year ever — and now, 2020 is finally over. But as much as we'd rather forget it ever happened, 2020 will likely be remembered as a year filled with historic events — many of them timed just when we thought things couldn't get any worse. In times of uncertainty, people seek understanding and meaning. This year, the world searched “why” more than ever. This film features the questions we asked this year. Now it's tim
This is a video about some facts I bet you don't know and also a spiritual gift I give you on Christmas. Which facts surprise you the most? May this season find you among those you love, sharing in the twin glories of generosity and gratitude. Merry Christmas!
Staying Hydrated Do you often forget to drink water? Do you just drink water when you are thirsty? Do you drink enough water every day? This video will show you how important water is. After watching that useful video, here are some questions for checking your knowledge: 1. Why are babies swimmingly similar to fish? 2. Which parts of your body are as moist as banana? 3. Which daily activities make losing 2-3 liters of water? 4. Who are often the victims of over-hydration
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