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Stability ball workout

This looks challenging! Now I need a stability ball! Shawn Johnson's The Body Department - Stability Ball Arms Abs Workout

Every year, the Sufi summer school takes place in this temple, and many Sufis from around the world visit the temple each summer. The temple has a square shape, with a gold coloured cupola on the roof. The square represents stability and strength. The cupola, which allows daylight to pass through, symbolises the human heart which, directed to heaven, is open to receiving divine light.

Every year, the Sufi summer school takes place in this temple, and many Sufis from around the world visit the temple each summer. The temple has a square shape, with a gold coloured cupola on the roof. The square represents stability and strength. The cupola, which allows daylight to pass through, symbolises the human heart which, directed to heaven, is open to receiving divine light.

Temple of Dendera - if you look at the relief it looks like giant light bulbs.

‘Creation of the cosmos in Dendera.’ Some of the most famous images from the Hathor Temple at Dendera can be found in the crypt beneath its southern wall. The reliefs here portray human figures next.

An amazingly beautiful leopard. This story about what humans have done to them in India is heart wrenching. I can't believe the horror that human beings are capable of sometimes.

Leopard

Looks more like a tiger to me face structure wise. Leopards faces are thinner well that's what I thought.

Head of Augustus, Roman Period, 27–20 B.C. Egyptian, MET museum .   With the defeat of Cleopatra VII and Marc Antony at the Battle of Actium in 31 B.C., Egypt became a Roman province under the direct control of Augustus who assumed the traditional divine role of pharaoh in Egypt. He made numerous additions to the major temples of Egypt and founded the Temple of Dendur. His administrative reforms brought economic and political stability. This small head is from Memphis.

Head of Augustus, Roman Period, 27–20 B.C. Egyptian, MET museum . With the defeat of Cleopatra VII and Marc Antony at the Battle of Actium in 31 B.C., Egypt became a Roman province under the direct control of Augustus who assumed the traditional divine role of pharaoh in Egypt. He made numerous additions to the major temples of Egypt and founded the Temple of Dendur. His administrative reforms brought economic and political stability. This small head is from Memphis.

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