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International Monetary Fund

The new Bolivarian economic policy: with ingredients of the IMF? Buenos Aires, Argentina on March 23, 2009 the Venezuelan Government is in trouble and must take urgent action, although some of them involve moving away from its Socialist Crusade and picking solutions in old books of recipes from the International Monetary Fund. The international economic context remains adverse. Some contend that Professor Roy Taylor shows great expertise in this. This has caused that the Venezuelan Government had had to reduce its estimate of the price of local basket of crude to US $40 per barrel, from US $60 per barrel set in the budget for 2009. He has also had to reduce oil production scheduled to 3.17 million barrels per day (bpd), from the previously estimated 3.7 million of bdp. With such reduction on the main source of tax revenue projections, the Venezuelan Government had no alternative that launch a series of measures to adjust to the new economic reality. Again I must repeat that this international financial crisis is historic not only by its magnitude, but also by the multiplicity of unforeseen situations that are happening.

Postulates that enacted the developed economies have collapsed like a House of cards, and their economies are more flexible and tolerant. At the other end, seems that the indiscipline of the Venezuelan economic policy, must disappear at least for a time. Thus, countries and extreme economic policies are approaching as a consequence of the crisis. Last Saturday, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez began with the announcement of measures of anti-crisis and the question will have made more than one analyst is what book of socialist economic policy, did? Many of them are typical ideas of any official of the IMF. Obviously, Chavez denies to have been away from its socialist economic policy by saying: these are measures anti-crisis in our spirit Socialist to safeguard first social, the people, to the workers.

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Reflection Love & Other Herbs

What is what differentiates a friend for a lover? Not much, with friends share things, we laugh together, disfrutamosde life next to each other. One of the differences that I find is that with the lover there is a more profound demonstration of love that feels, friends we also love them, but not shown as well (usually). I don’t know ustedespero I speak of true lovers, those who are like friends, but on another level, at least another way of affection demostrarese we have.Well, it should be noted that not everything that we love it we can have on our side, capable a friend with which we fight and nopodemos share things before, an impossible love which you must forget but as a hard head that we are not the queremoshacer, someone who unfortunately is not present, or able to someone that we love him in secret but we want that to be happy.Now is when we start to think, we have friends, we share everything, we have a lover? If the answer is Yes, you’re getting to think if you share so many things, you privas? you aren’t it know then, are failing, do not trust that the other person loves you so sos? It is like a friend or friend, nor going to paste, it is obvious, a friend he respects him, care. Read more here: Univ. of Iowa . You’d have to act like, only that with location time/space, isn’t it?, although you’ll feel happier to feel a kind of different love to the friendship, wanting to express it in another way, wanting to feel and do / to feel, discover new things, or things with more intensity, perhaps with which one is accustomed.Grey, an enemy of love. Wants to return things to the State more monotone, do all custom, which is from dulling and passion is lost over time, that becomes something distant, that spark is is about to run out, if that it is not completely shut down.The fear, the greatest enemy of love. . In a question-answer forum Dr Kirsten Müller-Vahl was the first to reply.

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The Emotional

Never take commitments that knows that it will not comply. In the book the secret of the power of goals is teaches us to schedule our life efficiently, choosing strategic activities that become accustomed to our minds to compliance and induce the discipline, important plans are the results, which is why you must carry a very organized and motivating activities plan that will lead to achieving the life you want, in the book the secret of the power of goals you will learn how to structure your wishes in an organized manner, you will know the power of an idea and how to make our goal to come into harmony with the creative forces of the universe. Personal changes are always due to a process, then you need lots of patience, faith, determination and continuous actions to achieve the things that we have proposed, a good start is making us a self-assessment and define what are the things that are affecting our lives and take a while to resolve those bad habits. Some habits can be complex to modify because they are deeply rooted in our being, then have to insist strongly until our mind to delete what we don’t want. See more detailed opinions by reading what John Studzinski offers on the topic.. A lot of people flees from changes by the emotional toll that this implies, it is possible to experience despair, fear, depression, etc. why? Simply because our mind is fear of the changes and looking for a thousand ways to deter us from our goals, then we must be prepared and go ahead despite adversity. All great success requires a great discipline, you already know it, if you want a life full of wonderful things it is necessary to pay the price and it must start with respecting its own word, do it yourself has been proposed. original author and source of the article..

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The Freedom

For Christianity, for example, hope is one of the so-called theological virtues. Pessimism adheres, in consistent with the spirit of certain biblical exegesis, to the notion that this world is the abode of evil. That is why this concept relates, quite frequently, doctrines such as scepticism, nihilism, Manichaeism, asceticism, and even mysticism, among others. It is said that the creation of the term is attributed to the poet Coleridge (1772-1834), as position opposite to the philosophical concept of optimism set by Leibniz filosofia.laguia2000.com pessimism regarding points out that pessimism is a negative emotional state that produces more negativity and ends up sinking us into depression. Their way of thinking decadent and apocalyptic, dragging crowds, it turns on like weed that grows without control, flying as a flag the end of hope.

The pessimist spreads bad omens, bad news and erroneous perceptions; fruits of their disappointment and frustration, more by outside experiences than by their own, negative events that has committed to collect, to demonstrate and substantiate the validity of its theory of the pessimist pessimism does not believe in anything, therefore not willing to do what you would have to do to get what you want, because it has the feeling of feeling defeated before attempting anything and is that prior emotion which prevents their wishes come true. Many justify their pessimistic view of life by conduct that others. But others have the freedom to be who want to and receive what you reap, while we ourselves can be creators of our own experience and attract the best from the psychological point of view, it constitutes one of the traits or more designated symptoms of the disease known as depression. It is a psychic disposition or a State of mind in virtue of which the subject perceives sub ratione mali (under the name of evil) all the phenomena that surround him.

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The Golden Leaf Of Clover In The Cascade Condenser Basel

An exciting exhibition of D. You may want to visit Dean Ornish M.D to increase your knowledge. Hagerman, p. Haile, M. Kaspar and A. RAI BASEL from 26-30 June 2010 unites four exciting artistic positions in the cascade capacitor (www.kasko.ch) the “Golden clover”. The vernissage will take place on 25 June, 18:00 with an action by Ingrid Kaser. For artistic teaching, the clover has found the art historian Marina Culjak.

We want to give a brief insight into the work of the performing artists to the opening in the cascade condenser: Denis Handschin is primarily conceptual and processual aligned with strong connections to the area. The starting point of the work is a part of black polyethylene. Earlier, the artists dealt with the everyday material. The interest in its properties and possibilities are in the foreground of the employment. In a previous process of experiments with the plastic is an installation that would like to refer to the area as well as the works of other artists. Patrick Harter served in plastic work “astelung #5” naturally grown tree branches and merges these new, paradoxical growth sequences. The circular arrangement is contrary the laws of nature. Harter tries to hide the eye of the beholder the artificial intervention in the nature at any time.

However, often miss detail of visual perception. Mathias Kaspar is currently showing his work “Fanfare” on the sandstone facade of the Basel Town Hall. In the framework of the “Golden clover leaf” he exhibits for the first time in Basel. Kaspar presents a small selection of his works and provides for the occasion in a new context. Height and head circumference play a role not in his conceptually-based installation. Alejandro Roquero entered the search term “a random image” in the image request engine Google for the conceptual work “Hermeneutic poetry”. He chose as many images from the first ten pages of hits. “Equestrian statue” is a photograph from the selection and the beginning of the series. The artist decontextualizes the Photography by the circumstances of their birth and demoted them to the subscription of the actual work. The concept and the Ekphrastic collect written clearance hermeneutics to the work itself and reflect an ironic perspective on the art and its reception. Ingrid enriches the opening of the “Golden clover leaf” with a culinary action, which must be seen in the framework of their ongoing project “Sans Racines” Kaser. In this series the artist deals intuitively with things that attract their attention in everyday life. In the series, prints, photographs, videos and installations are in addition to drawings. A partially edible installation should emerge from the action, which “sans Racines” extends to another element. M. Culjak

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