Its Behoves Humanity to still Cling to Mortality!

first_imgSince the millennium, Values are being deemed as a cardinal doctrine and fundamental creed of very human existence, which still have been cherished and appreciated with sheer commitment and devotion, which always played a very phenomenal role in being means and ends for every human conducts, toward the fulfilment of which people sorely being remained loyal with the utmost allegiance.The word ‘ VALUE ‘ itself, However, being neutral connotes a sense of having a moral conscience, whichper se is a blend of many elements like honesty, integrity, empathy, compassion, credibility etc.These are values, which have been the kernel of every consideration in human life for ages, without which every outcome of an action may seem ethically and morally incomplete. The social fabric of all societies gets weaved on values, owing to the absence of which, it may get invariably withered and languished.They teach us to judge people by the virtue of their merit, not credit.They make us learn to treat every single human fellow equally.They edify us to have a moral yardstick, before making a judgement for every action.They truly befit us to dignify and venerate every person.They enlighten us to be spiritually guided.However, as we are, inexpediently, heading towards such a gluttonously materialistic life. All these values, ostensibly, seem to be fading away. Even people who are being called literate, don’t seem to be adhering values – which is indeed a core principle of being so. Because of not being appropriately equipped with values, we are getting devoid of being empathetic and we tend to put others in perils at the expense of assuaging our own, seemingly, never-ending desires and needs.Instead, of allaying and soothing the fears and pains of others, we are becoming sadist and unfortunately, seem to drive pleasure from other’s sufferings just for our own sake.We must bear this thing in mindWe should cling to morality every timeOtherwise,A PERSON ENDED UP BEING DEVOID OF VALUES, MUST END UP CALLING HIMSELF A HUMAN.last_img read more

Sources: Jersey City Mayor Fulop won’t run for governor, endorsing Murphy

first_img TAGS2017 governor’s racejersey city mayor’s racephil murphysteven fulop SHARE If true Phil Murphy has my vote and I would guess a whole bunch other people in Hudson County. By John Heinis – September 28, 2016 10:00 am 3 Crime Jersey CityNews After putting in years of leg work to garner favor with some of the top Democrats in the state, Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop will announce later today that he will not run for governor after all, instead opting to back former U.S. Ambassador to Germany Phil Murphy, sources said.By John Heinis/Hudson County ViewFulop has a 2 p.m. press conference scheduled on the step of city hall regarding the 2017 municipal elections and multiple sources said the mayor will then back Murphy for governor, the only declared Democratic candidate.The move would come as a major shock, given that the Murphy team filed an amended complaint with the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (NJ ELEC) earlier this month claiming that Fulop is using his mayoral account to run for governor.When Hudson County View asked Fulop about the complaint, he was dismissive, claiming that Murphy had “a floundering, desperate” campaign.Fulop is one of the many witnesses who will testify in the Bridgegate trial and has declined to give any details about what he will say on the stand.The government hopes that Fulop’s testimony will help show a pattern of retaliation from Gov. Chris Christie’s office. Fulop reportedly received “radio silence” from the governor’s office and the Port Authority after he declined to endorse Christie in 2013.As a councilman in 2012, Fulop worked for Foreign Auto Preparation Service (FAPS), a major processor of imported foreign vehicles owned by the Port Authority. He was not yet revealed his job title or duties for the position yet.Over the summer, the big city mayor faced scrutiny related to a super PAC linked to his run for governor, Coalition for Progress, that had an essentially anonymous $1 million donation.In July, Vivek Garipalli, the co-founder of CarePoint Health, revealed himself as the mystery donor. September 28, 2016 1:06 pm at 1:06 pm Sounds like something or someone changed his mind. Looks like Fulop either got the word he can’t win (Sweeney) or he’s hustling Murphy for something profitable. 3 COMMENTS September 28, 2016 11:47 am at 11:47 am RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Police: 45-year-old man arrested for attempting to have sex with 15-year-old girl in Secaucus center_img Comments are closed. Sources: Jersey City Mayor Fulop won’t run for governor, endorsing Murphy Bayonne September 28, 2016 10:08 am at 10:08 am Bayonne Bayonne man pepper sprayed, arrested after punching cop in the face, authorities say CarePoint Health reaches deal for Cigna Health Insurance to join their network Previous articleBayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis calls failed recall effort ‘a political maneuver’Next articleAssembly Speaker Prieto reacts to Fulop not running for governor John Heinis Death&Taxes H411 is a ghost town Inc. Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Steve Angello Announces ‘SIZE In The Park’ in Central Park

first_imgNew Yorker’s have a new way to close the book on the summer. On Saturday, September 22, Swedish House Mafia’s Steve Angello will be bringing his Size Matters party to New York City’s Rumsey Playfield in Central Park. This will be the first time modern electronic dance music takes over the New York’s historic park.Steve Angello will headline the event- with support from Size Matters’ own AN21 and Max Vangelli, as well as the duo of Ryan Marciano and Sunnery James. Steve Angello’s most recent signee, UK duo Third Party, will also make their New York City debut at the show.This will be Steven Angello’s first solo appearance in New York in over a year, and the first since Swedish House Mafia announced their break up following a ‘goodbye tour’.Size In The Park will also feature a VIP pop up by Provacateur, featuring high quality hospitality from the nightlife venture.Tickets will be available Friday, August 3rd at 12pm EST through http://www.sizeinthepark.comlast_img read more

FRA funds Short Line Safety Institute

first_imgUSA: The Federal Railroad Administration has awarded grants of $250 000 to the American Short Line & Regional Railroad Association and $100 000 to the University of Connecticut to support the development of a Short Line Safety Institute.SLSI is intended to help mitigate the risks associated with shipping hazardous materials by rail, working to improve the culture of safety within the short line and regional railway industry. Over 550 short line and regional railways operate more than 80 000 km of track across all states except Hawaii, totalling one third of the national network and moving one in four wagons. However, FRA says many of these operators lack the resources to carry out robust safety training to the same extent as the large Class I railways.SLSI assessors will visit member railways to assess their safety culture and compliance with federal standards, and to provide safety education, training and development for managers and employees. ‘Although the short line industry has an excellent safety record overall, we owe it to the public and the industry to drive continuous safety improvement,’ said FRA Administrator Joseph C Szabo. ‘These grants are a first step in assisting the industry to further identify and contain risks.’last_img read more

Kovalchuk scores in SO, Canadiens rally past Devils 5-4

first_imgLast Updated: 5th February, 2020 12:03 IST Kovalchuk Scores In SO, Canadiens Rally Past Devils 5-4 Ilya Kovalchuk scored the only shootout goal and the Montreal Canadiens rallied from a three-goal deficit to beat the New Jersey Devils 5-4 on Tuesday night. LIVE TV First Published: 5th February, 2020 12:03 IST WATCH US LIVE COMMENT FOLLOW UScenter_img SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By Ilya Kovalchuk scored the only shootout goal and the Montreal Canadiens rallied from a three-goal deficit to beat the New Jersey Devils 5-4 on Tuesday night.Montreal’s Charlie Lindgren had 20 saves filling for an ill Carey Price, and easily handled muffed chances by Nikita Gusev, Kyle Palmieri and Jack Hughes in the shootout.Joel Armia, Nate Thompson, Nick Cousins and Christian Folin scored in regulation for the Canadiens.Palmieri scored two-power-play goals for New Jersey, including the game-tying tally with 20 seconds left in regulation. The late power play was the result of Montreal having too many men on the ice.Miles Wood and Jesper Bratt also scored for the Devils. Louis Domingue had 32 saves for New Jersey, which has played in four straight overtime games since the All Star break. He had no chance the wrist shot by Kovalchuk, a former Devil.Folin gave the Canadiens a 4-3 lead on a shot from the right point at 9:35 of the third. Devils forward Travis Zajac tipped the shot in the right circle and it bounced into the net.The late power play allowed Palmieri to tie it with his 19th goal.The Devils seemed to be in total command when Bratt beat Lindgren with a flubbed shot at 6:44 of the second period for a 3-0 lead.The Canadiens’ chances of winning dimmed even more Max Domi was penalized at 12:29, putting New Jersey on the power play.Everything changed in the next 40 seconds.Armia, who was stopped on a short-handed breakaway in early in the period, picked off Palmieri’s pass at center ice and beat Domingue on a breakaway to cut the lead to 3-1.Thompson narrowed the deficit to a goal less than four minutes later, making a power move from the right point and scoring his third of the season in close.Cousins tied jt at 7:22 of the third with a shot in close off a nice setup by Brett Kulak.Wood had give New Jersey a 1-0 lead midway through the first period with a bad-angle shot Lindgren misplayed.Palmieri stretched the lead to 2-0 with a power-play goal at 1:51 of the second. Bratt got his 10th of the season despite almost whiffing on a shot.The flu bug was going around. Devils D P.K. Subban, and Price and fellow Canadiens Victor Mete and Jordan Weak were all ill.NOTES: … Kovalchuk and Devils Andy Greene and Zajac were all on New Jersey’s 2012 Cup finalists. … New Jersey played without C Nico Hischier and D Sami Vatanen. Hischier had stitches in his knee and Vatanan took a shot off his foot Saturday. … Bratt extended his point streak to four games with assist on Wood’s goal. … Devils F Joey Anderson and D Colton White were recalled from Binghamton (AHL) and played in their first NHL games of season.UP NEXTCanadiens: Return to Montreal to host Anaheim on Thursday night.Devils: At Philadelphia on Thursday night. New Jersey is 0-1-1 against Flyers. Associated Press Television News last_img read more

West Kootenay Rapids grab Gold and Nelson Peewee Rep Tourney

first_imgWest Kootenay Rapids consist of players from Nelson, Castlegar and Nakusp.The tournament attracted teams from the East Kootenays, Alberta and Washington State. Two teams, and two great weekend results for Nelson Minor Hockey at the Peewee Rep Tournament this past weekend at the NDCC and Civic Arenas.The West Kootenay Rapids Tier 2 and 3 teams advanced to the playoff round with the Tier 2 squad capturing the Tournament Championship.West Kootenay Rapids Tier 2 blasted Springbank, Alberta 8-2 in the final.last_img read more

Leafs tweak roster at BC Hockey January deadline; host defending KIJHL champion Nitros

first_imgThe Leafs get another shot at defending KIJHL Champion Kimberley when the Nitros visit the NDCC Arena Friday. Kimberley, leading the Kootenay Conference with 59 points with a 29-4-1-0 record, trails Kelowna Chiefs for the overall lead in the league by six points. The Dynamiters have won both games against the Kootenay Conference Division leaders this season .Nelson, entering the weekend as one of the hottest teams in the KIJHL riding a five-game winning streak, completes its two-game home stand Saturday against Grand Forks Border Bruins. During the recent hot streak Nelson has outscored its opponents 28-11.No word from the Leafs camp which goalie — Caiden Kreitz or Hunter Young — will start. Both have been stellar between the pipes for Nelson, dropping only four games between the pair.Moves bring roster to 23 playersTo make room for Gates and Grobowsky, Nelson sent defenceman Tyson Soobotin to Castlegar Rebels.Morey said the Leafs wantedto find Soobotin a place to play and be in a good organization.Nelson did not request compensation in the deal.Injury listNelson is getting healthy after a troubling December when management had difficulty dressing a full lineup without the assistance of affiliate players.Morey reports Scott Lancaster is out for the remainder of the season with an upper body injury while forward Logan Wullum is nursing an upper body injury and could be out of the lineup for another week or two. The Nelson Leafs are hoping a few tweaks to the lineup at the BC Hockey January 10 roster deadline will make all the difference in the Green and White’s attempt at a long run in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.Leaf General Manager Lance Morey said Nelson added, speed, size and toughness with the acquisition of defenceman Andrew Gates and forward Shawn Grobowsky to the roster prior to the deadline.Gates, 6’2”, 205-pounds, came to Nelson from Chicago Cougars of the U.S. Premier Hockey League while the 5’9”, 170-pound Grobowsky was acquired from the Golden Rockets of the Eddie Mountain Division.Morey said Gates has been in Nelson training with the team. Leaf management hope to have the Illinois native carded and in the lineup Friday when Nelson hosts defending KIJHL Champion Kimberley Dynamiters at 7 p.m. in the NDCC Arena.Meanwhile, Grobowsky has been on the Leafs radar for some time as Morey said Nelson attempted to land the speedy forward during the offseason.However, Grobowsky, with four goals and six assists in 30 games this season with the Rockets, decided to sign with the Kootenay Conference rival to play with his brother.Bring on the Nitroslast_img read more

Connacht U17 Football Final – Roscommon 2-8 Galway 1-8

first_imgRoscommon overcame Galway by three points today in the first ever Connacht u17 Final in the Connacht GAA Centre of excellence. The victors led by 2-4 – 1-4 at the interval thanks to late first half goals from Paul Carey and Peter Gilhooley. The Galway goal came from Jack Keady just before half time and the Tribesmen got within a point of their opponents 5 minutes into the second half courtesy of points by Matthew Tierney and Oisin McDonagh. That was as close as Galway got however as a more physical Roscommon side, inspired by Shane Cunnane’s three second half points, ran out winners by 2-8 to 1-8.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Man Utd’s top-four hopes hit by stalemate

first_imgWithout six key players due to injury and suspension, it was a sign that United’s taxing campaign may finally be catching up with them as they attempt to secure a place in next season’s Champions League.United remain fifth, four points behind fourth placed Manchester City, who face Arsenal on Sunday.United’s first half domination was near total although, for all their possession, the home side failed to force goalkeeper Ben Foster into a noteworthy save.Anthony Martial came closest to a breakthrough, just before the half hour, when he rose powerfully at the far post to meet a Jesse Lingard cross with a strong header that flew over the cross-bar.But, with Albion often packing all 11 players well inside their own half, United lacked the inspiration to break down Tony Pulis’ disciplined side.It might have been a different story had Lingard succeeded with a ninth minute shot that flew over after a committed run by Martial saw the ball deflected to him.And Martial also came close on 19 minutes after Michael Carrick sparked another wave of attacks by squaring to Lingard who moved the ball to his French team mate for a shot which curled just wide.Eric Bailly also almost capitalised after Hal Robson-Kanu stumbled as he attempted to clear a Henrikh Mkhitaryan corner and, as the club’s record goalscorer Wayne Rooney watched from the United bench, Mourinho’s side struggled to break the deadlock.– Frustrations –As the half-time whistle blew, Carrick and Martial protested loudly to referee Mike Dean, the latter pointing to a lump on his face that appeared to be the result of a challenge in the final minute from West Brom’s Craig Dawson.Dean waved the players away and took no action, however, as United supporters echoed their players’ frustrations by booing the referee off the pitch.There was a first moment of genuine concern for United on 51 minutes.Dawson’s run to the right-hand by-line ended with the defender pulling the ball back for former United midfielder Darren Fletcher whose shot was charged down by Bailly.United responded quickly, with Martial setting up Mkhitaryan who was crowded out only for the ball to break kindly to Marouane Fellaini who threaded a shot through a crowded area but wide of the goal.The game was finally opening up and Fellaini’s pass set up Martial for a low 25-yard shot which missed the right-hand post by inches.A rare Albion error, from a misplaced pass from Gareth McAuley, let in Mkhitaryan but his attempt to chip over Foster lacked power and the keeper was able to reach out and save.And Foster was again called into action, this time from a ferocious 25-yard shot from Rashford which forced the Albion number one into an impressive and acrobatic flying save.By now, United supporters had long been calling for the introduction of Rooney and received their wish on 74 minutes when he was brought on to replace Mkhitaryan.But Rooney made little impact as, Rashford, again from long range, sent a low shot just wide and then the youngster forced Foster into a magnificent save from a 25-yard free-kick.In between, there was one more moment of anxiety for United as Fletcher’s long-range shot was fumbled by De Gea who was relieved to see the ball strike the bar and rebound to safety.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester United were held to a goalless draw by West Brom. PHOTO/Team TalkMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, April – Jose Mourinho’s fears that a gruelling schedule could prove problematic for Manchester United were confirmed in a drab 0-0 draw against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday.The first of nine fixtures to come in April ended with United having to settle for a draw at Old Trafford for the eighth time in the Premier League this season.last_img read more

The Four Seasons Resort Orlando to Receive New Walt Disney World Benefits

first_imgShare This!Walt Disney World Guests receive certain perks for staying on-site and another officially on-site resort will also be extended these perks going forward.Now through Dec. 31, 2018, Guests staying at the Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World who hold valid theme park tickets, will now be able to take advantage of Extra Magic Hours benefits. These Extra Magic Hours benefits, for those who don’t know, mean that each day Four Seasons Resort Orlando Guests can enjoy select attractions as one of the four Walt Disney World Theme Parks opens early or extends later. Guests can view the Extra Magic Hours calendar online or request a copy of the printed Times Guide, which is available in the lobby.“We are very pleased to offer this additional Disney enhancement to our guests,” said Thomas Steinhauer, Regional Vice President and General Manager of Four Seasons Resort Orlando. “Four Seasons guests will surely enjoy more fun in the parks provided by the Extra Magic Hours.”Recently, the Walt Disney World Resort extended similar benefits to the Disney Springs Resort Area Hotels.last_img read more