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"It is my mission to use the kindness and delicateness that old architecture had. I believe that this mission is not easy to complete. So I am planning to work until I fall down." With nearly 60 projects on the go across the world, Kuma's search for perfection is all consuming; he rarely takes a day off from work and sometimes even finished projects are analyzed and amended. The 55-year-old from Tokyo has become synonymous with delicate simplicity and sensitivity to a building's surrounding. From the Great (Bamboo) Wall House located near the Great Wall of China outside of Beijing to the Suntory Museum of Art in Tokyo, ...
may be translated as "essential energy", referring to a focused effort leading towards bodily purification and spiritual enlightenment. It is one of the Niyamas (observances of self-control) described in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali . Tapasya implies a self-discipline or austerity willingly expended both in restraining physical urges and in actively pursuing a higher purpose in life. Through tapas , a yogi or spiritual seeker can "burn off" or prevent accumulation of negative energies, clearing a path toward spiritual evolution. Personified, Tapasya appears as the father of Manyu in the Rigveda . The tapo-raaja
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Genetic factors can affect a child’s ability to learn, play,manage emotions, and interact with people. But a child’s environment also plays a pivotal role in early development.  Think of all the people your child interacts with on a regular basis-such as siblings, relatives, and other caregivers like babysitters, teachers, and healthcare providers. They each play a key role in your child’s development. Likewise, social and economics factors-such as proper nutrition, housing, healthcare, and experiences at school and within the community-are constantly at work to shape your child’s development from a very ... market research, surveys and trends
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Follow Tom as he shows you a technique he developed back in the 1990's incorporating Adam's favorite Italian mathematician, Leonardo Fibonacci. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Fibonacci Range Expansion Trading technique is one that I developed back in the early 1990s when I was moving away from lagging indicators like RSI, MACD, moving averages etc. I had no success using those indicators and came to the conclusion that either I didn't understand them, or that they simply didn't work. The only thing that I had ... market research, surveys and trends

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Utopian States: Striving for Perfection » America was Great Before ...
You hear some argue that America is the greatest country on earth because of her government, the constitution, and the wonderful checks and balances therein.  The argument is made that the American government should not change because it has made America great.  This argument is myopic for several reasons.  America can be greater.  America’s government can be much better (and smaller) and the constitution can be greatly improved. The book A History of Small Business in America  states that:  “By the time of the American Revolution, the colonists (except for black slaves) possessed a standard of living higher in many respects ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Utopian States: Striving for Perfection - A Utopian Society is ...
You hear some argue that America is the greatest country on earth because of her government, the constitution, and the wonderful checks and balances therein.  The argument is made that the American government should not change because it has made America great.  This argument is myopic for several reasons.  America can be greater.  America’s government can be much better (and smaller) and the constitution can be greatly improved. The book A History of Small Business in America  states that:  “By the time of the American Revolution, the colonists (except for black slaves) possessed a standard of living higher in many respects ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Striving for perfection
The Springboks need to work out their scrumming flaws if they’re to head to the 2011 World Cup as the most complete team. There were so many positives in the 42-17 win over France that it may seem absurd to pick out a negative. But as John Smit himself has said, South Africans expect the best from their team, and why shouldn’t we expect high standards across the board, be it at the lineout, the attack, the breakdown or indeed the scrum? Victor Matfield, who’s played a helluva lot of rugby over the past five months, still managed to orchestrate an impressive display at the lineout. The South African forwards ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
It's Only Getting Better With Time
It’s been exactly eight months and 16 days since my first day on the job with NewmanPR. On Oct. 1, 2009, I was the nervous newbie, striving for perfection, yet missing the mark time and time again. A lot has transpired since that time and although I am reminded daily that I am still a newbie, I thought I’d share with you all my professional growth and experience thus far. I can honestly say that in just eight short months I have learned more than I could have ever imagined. Granted, I am surrounded by intelligent, industry veterans who are teaching me the ropes, one step at a time. I have interviewed a lovely pair of ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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“Striving for Perfection”
Jan 7, 2007 ... When our striving for perfection slips into perfectionism, the very things in our lives that might bring us joy – family, friends, jobs, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
PERFECTION, IDEALITY, AND TECHNOLOGY ROAD MAP (TECHNOLOGY ...
strive for perfection of individual stages of technology development on a mad map will continuously strive towards an ideal performance. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Observation of Perfection: An Essay
Popular opinion tells us we should "strive for perfection."  Indeed, even modern religions echo this phrase, "therefore, be ye perfect, even as I, myself am perfect," and modern science often strives for "perfection" through experiments, theories, and attempts at "improvement."  However, one will never attain "perfection" as we have come to define or know it.  The word itself is a blatant attempt at calming our feeble, mortal minds.  "Perfection," as we attempt to understand it, is something for which we have been told to strive.  And something that, if we work hard enough, will eventually attain.  ...
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  1. profile image SpokenMoshie Poetry exposes my imperfections.. I stop striving for perfection, release my tightly veiled insecurities, & exist in the rawness of growth
  2. profile image Kirsten_Doll Stop striving for perfection because imperfection made us.
  3. profile image whoiscarlito Raekwon- Striving For Perfection http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbrFusUX7KM
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What are the pros and cons of striving for perfection?
Cons: crippling disappointment and dissatisfaction at every turn. Perfection is generally unobtainable and to expect perfection from yourself, what you do or make and the people around you is setting yourself up for sadness and even loathing in the end. “This might be a generalization, but most of us strive to be as perfect as we can. (Correct me if I’m wrong.)” To the one who does not strive, no one may strive with him. let the river do the rowing… behold perfection “As perfect as we can” is a long, long way from being “perfect.” If you, and anyone of like mind, can realize the inherent ...
If nobody's perfect, then what are we striving for? - Yahoo! Answers
I'm sure that everyone has heard the saying " nobody's perfect". Okay then what am I being based off of? Is DaVinci's golden ratio an example of the perfect human being? I would have to say there is an acceptale standard to which people are judged, which makes sense. I am looking at my daughter whom is trying to learn how to suck on her thumb (she's nine weeks old). She's having a real hard time. If she came out of the womb would she be perfect? If I had a blood pressure of 120/80? If I had a cumulative GPA of a 4.0? If my daughter was born being able to speak?... would we be ...