Beauty, Education, medicine

Friday Science: Dominant or Recessive Body Traits

Do you have a dominant eye color or is your eye color recessive?  All of the traits that you have are either dominant or they are recessive. Dominant means that the trait will always show up no matter what.  Recessive genes cannot show with a dominant gene present.

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Recessive means that the trait will only show if there is no dominant gene there. If your hair is blonde then your trait for hair is recessive. You would have no genes for dark hair. Since you have two genes for every trait you have, one from your father and one from your mother, you would have gotten two genes for light hair if you were a blonde. You could not have been blonde if you had one gene for dark hair and one for light hair. This is because dark is dominant.

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Daily Prompt: Dominant

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The Importance of Saying Thank You and Being Kind

Being kind to one another is very important for the health of the mind, and thus for our heart, gastrointestinal tract, and our general immune system. Let us not forget that being grateful comes for what we receive either by intent, gift or hard work comes with blessings and for that we should be thankful.

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when a person says Thank You, even though I am just doing my job, it feels great. I also love it when a stranger is polite to me in public, it gives me hope in humanity.

In these “modern” times some people think that because they go to the market and buy things they need, this gives them the right to be served and attended without saying THANK YOU. This could not be further from the truth.

Let us not forget kindness.

Beauty, Birds, Nature

Because I Love Nature: Birds That Love Cavity Nesting

Some birds love to nest in decaying trees, stumps, logs, poles or large cacti, and this way of nesting protect them and their babies from predators.

HYACINTH MACAWS PERCH IN CAVITY TREE 

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PILEATED WOODPECKERS

GREAT HORNED OWL IN TREE CAVITY NEST

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EASTERN BLUEBIRDS

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mental health, Motivation

Suicide Can Be Preventable Use Strong Love Education Compassion

SUICIDE ATTEMPTS AND SUICIDE DEATH

Suicide can be preventable from infancy. Having caring parents and relatives who really love their children and look out for them, creating an optimal and loving environment for their healthy and happy growth.

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But, even when we have had been raised in loving homes by caring parents, in a healthy social and mental environment bad things happen to good people as we all know: a failed marriage, the death of a loved one, the loss of work or income, a traumatic accident; things that could trigger an acute depression and if not treated immediately it could develop into a severe case of suicidal depression.

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When a friend, a child, a patient, anybody tells us that “I don’t want to live anymore”, or that  “I am going to kill myself tonight or tomorrow”, we have the responsibility as human beings to believe him/her and help in any way possible and as soon as possible.

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However, this almost seems like a difficult dream in the world we live in. But it is not impossible, we have to have hope, always, and have love, for ourselves, our children, our family, and friends.

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Gardening, inspiration, Motivation, Nature

Wonders In My Garden: My Orange Tree With Tons Of Fruit!

This year I really took very good care of my urban orchard. I fertilized it, had no diseases, watered it properly, trimmed it at perfect timing. The result is here: so far, I have harvested 108 oranges and still there are probably another hundred to be collected. Oh, and the flavor of them is amazing. They are so sweet and juicy. Delicious!

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