New Blog, again.

I got another blog.

Please save your breath. I know that this is “Like the 5th one now”.

I have decided to create this blog because all my previous were failures and have finally discovered the best surrounding idea for a blog.

This new blog of mine already has pictures of pretty, beautiful, extravagant, awesome, whatever the word may be; locations around the world and the life that inhabits our Earth.

So if you would like to bypass the crowed lining up to get into the blog to see what it’s all about, then here’s your VIP Pass.

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Drake Andersen

theweekmagazine:

A star being gobbled by a massive black hole sends out a “mayday call,” and Earth receives it. This happens “only once every 100 million years.”
Photo: University of Warwick, Mark A. Garlick

Still don’t believe in God?

theweekmagazine:

A star being gobbled by a massive black hole sends out a “mayday call,” and Earth receives it. This happens “only once every 100 million years.”

Photo: University of Warwick, Mark A. Garlick

Still don’t believe in God?

NASA’s Cassini Mission to Saturn

(Click Post Title To Go To Khan Academy)

For us visual learners, Khan Academy provides video education about almost every core subject (Math classes, science classes, history classes, and others alike). So if you need help with reviewing for a unit or class final, review here. 

Drake

This is how they are teaching in Japan right now through the state of reconstruction after the Earthquakes.

This is how they are teaching in Japan right now through the state of reconstruction after the Earthquakes.

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Question Of The Day #9

What are the three “Never’s” of your life? What is holding you back?

Give Your All. (Don’t be like me)

My high school career from freshman year to end of sophomore year I showed little to no effort in my schoolwork. I never cared about education; thought it was just a waste of my time. During this (Junior) year I realized that I may not graduate in time unless I started to care about my schoolwork. So I buckled down for this year and am passing all of my classes with flying colors. Every class of mine is a C+ or above. (Our grading scale is tougher than the local community college’s grading scale).

I have been doing so well in school this year that I caught a more intelligent classmate of mine cheating off of my test this week. I also outscored a few other above average students with some recent exams and composition papers. Now that I’m starting put an effort into my schoolwork, I’ve realized that I wasn’t giving it my all earlier in my high school years, and that I wish I could have done things the right way the first time.

There truly isn’t any reason not to give it your all. You have nothing to loose, but so much to gain. I wish I realized that at the beginning of high school. But because I didn’t, now I will be in high school for another year and not be able to move on with my life. I will be loosing opportunities that could have risen, but because I will be at high school for an extra year, I will have to put those opportunities down. I will be a year behind everyone else in this endeavor known as life.

Give your all. If you do not, then you will regret it forever.

"He who controls the present, controls the past. He who controls the past, controls the future"

-George Orwell

Drake

You can read the whole page the link sends you too, but I feel that this excerpt from the link served it just.

Affirmations are simply positive words and phrases that we choose to speak systematically in order to transform our thinking for the better. Daily repeated affirmations create positive neural networks in your subconscious mind, which in turn, assist you in attracting success. The subconscious mind does not distinguish the difference between an actual event recalled from memory and an imagined or created image consciously chosen. If an image is created enough times with consistent repetition, then the subconscious mind begins to believe that it must produce that image in reality. It will ignite your “will to act” in creating whatever it has imagined.

When I discovered this incredible process, I “turned on” my power to succeed and live my dreams. I began to journal that I had an email list of 5,000 people that I communicated with at least twice a week. Within less than 20 days, this became my reality. Now, did it just suddenly appear? No. I began to believe that I could build the list and subsequently, I turned on my intuition and began to seek out things that would make this a reality. I began making affirmations in line with my goals and began to see rapid success.

I then set new goals and began to achieve them faster than the time I had set for each of them. Through affirmations, I started training my mind just like the medical doctor or the lawyer. I started “seeing myself” being and doing the things that I dreamed about. Subsequently, those things started becoming a reality in my life. They began to create positive neural networks in my subconscious mind which I now call “Successformations”. These are neural networks that I choose, design, and create through my affirmations and thoughts which, in turn, create success in my life.

You can easily transform your present life experience through affirmations. I love teaching others how they can design, structure, and create the life of their dreams through the training of the subconscious mind through affirmations.

If you don’t know where to start, I’m going to help you. Go to your local WalMart, dollar store, or office supply and purchase a 97 cent (or whatever they cost you) steno notebook. Put today’s date at the top. On line one, write your affirmation. For instance, I wrote: “I have an email list of 5,000 people who I write to at least twice per week.” Make it completely positive. State it “as if” it has already happened. Your subconscious mind doesn’t know whether it has occurred or not. Keep it short. Write it at least 10 times per day. If you get really motivated, write it 10 times in the morning and 10 more times before you go to bed. You will begin to retrain your mind to bring you the results that you want in your life. Write them for at least 21 days. Keep writing them and you will see your desired results— your dreams— become your reality.

I will be starting this tomorrow morning and will let you know of my progress through this journey. I’m pumped to see how this goes!

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Oh, hey Tumblr

I can’t hang out right now, I have a test to study for… Tumblr, I said we can’t hang out… Okay fine, but only for a little bit… I’m tired from reading you Tumblr I’m going to bed now.

And that is how I failed my Biology exam today.

Drake

"He who is not contented with what he has, would not be contented with what he would like to have."

— Socrates

Question Of The Day #6

Would your life be better or worse if you knew the day, time, and place that you were going to die? Why?

I feel that it would be better if I knew the day, time, and place that I am going to die because I could get more out of each and every day. Although, I feel that knowing when, would occupy every moment of your life in just worrying. I have a feeling that I would be thinking about it every night and not be able to fall asleep, or in class not being able to do schoolwork because of the thought of when it would happen.

Would your life be better or worse if YOU knew the day, time, and place that you were going to die? Why?