Saturday, January 11, 2020

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Seven fabulous fans going under the hammer this month 10, 2019
Offered with an estimate of £160-180, it is made with pierced shaped and metal inlaid bone guards and matching sticks with mother-of-pearl edged rivet and ...
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Who Is Kate Middleton's Stylist, Natasha Archer?

The Cheat Sheet-Jan. 29, 2019
... maternity outfit with pearl earrings and a cream-colored coat from Goat Clothing. ... When Archer was named a Member of the Royal Victorian Order earlier this ...
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Melbourne man collects hundreds of pieces of jewellery made ...

ABC News-Apr. 22, 2019
... ranging from Victorian-era brooches to tiny forget-me-not rings made from .... say that surprises me is that 19th-century lockets have never gone out of fashion.
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Forget celebrity influencers, it's all about micro-influencers you ... 10, 2019
Where fashion and beauty are on the wane, interiors is on the up. ... his and his partner's redbrick Victorian villa in Phibsborough, Darran's account is a treasure ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The transmission of information

One of the conditions of reproduction, and thus survival - the ability to transfer accumulated knowledge and not only their immediate, but also of many previous generations. This is primarily due to the fact that each generation lives in a unique situation, which has its own special meaning. Burdened by historical experience, the man quickly finds a solution. And since atypical situations, not so much, then finding the right solution every time it becomes almost a mechanical process. But never completely, because life always in arbitrarily small time is different, which requires a new and original approach.

The accumulation of experience and its transfer is a complex process. Life experience means understanding a number of situations. To understand means to move away from a situation at some distance (in time and in space), to look at it as if from outside, to estimate whole, to find something in common and decisive. And what is especially important, not only to appreciate its past, but also to make sense in the context of the present. In other words, to use the experience only in that case, if you produce understanding of the events. But the experience becomes valuable not in itself, but only from the point of view of its application for the solution of current (or rather, always future) tasks.