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Dallas Willard | Living in the Vision of God

Whoever serves me must follow me,

and where I am, there will my

servant be also. Whoever serves

me, the Father will honor.”

Jesus (John 12:26)

When you go to Assisi, you will find many people who talk a great deal about St. Francis, many monuments to him, and many businesses thriving by selling memorabilia of him. But you will not find anyone who carries in himself the fire that Francis carried. No doubt many fine folks are there, but they do not have the character of Francis, nor do they do the deeds of Francis, nor have his effects.

What is true in this case is not peculiar to it. Rather, this is simply one of the more obvious illustrations of a general tendency of human life —and of the spiritual life as well. It happens in the professional world, the world of business, of government, education, and the arts: A person of some great inspiration and ability emerges, and rises far above his or her origins and surroundings. Perhaps it is a King David of Israel, a Socrates, a St. Anthony or St. Francis, a Martin Luther or a George Fox or a John Wesley. In each of these people there is a … well, a certain ‘something’.

They really are different, and that difference explains why these individuals have such great effect, and why movements and institutions grow up around them. It is as if they stand in another world, and from there they have extraordinary effects in this world —as God acts with them. Organization of their activities takes place, and other organizations spin off from them as numbers of talented individuals are drawn to them and make their lives in their wake. But these other individuals —usually, but not always, very well-intending —do not carry the “fire,” the “certain something,” within them. The mission or missions that have been set afoot begin a subtle divergence from the vision that gripped the founder, and before too long the institution and its mission has become the vision.

This happens in “secular” settings as well. Arthur Andersen was a man of rock-solid integrity, with a crystal-clear vision of Accounting as a profession. He built a magnificent accounting firm on strong moral principles. But eventually the people who ran the firm became obsessed with money-making and success, and then with helping clients make money and be successful. Just that, instead of holding those clients responsible (“account-able”) to the public goods they all professed to serve. These people —who acted in the good name of Arthur Andersen, but without his vision —brought disaster upon themselves and upon thousands of unsuspecting people who depended upon them. Had the moral fire burned in them that burned in Arthur Andersen, that would not have happened. But a false fire of greed and ambition burned in its place. The cuckold of ‘success’ laid its eggs in the nest of service-to-the-public-good, and a monster was hatched that destroyed the nest and all in it.

St. Francis and Arthur Andersen are among the more glamorous and notorious illustrations of a hard reality. In most cases, when the original fire dies out, the associated institutions and individuals carry on for a while, increasingly concerned about success and survival, and then they either find another basis to stand upon, or they simply disappear. (Consider the case of Charles Finney and Oberlin college, which he founded, or any number of other originally Christian colleges and universities.)

While the process seen here is not restricted to religious movements, it is especially obvious and painful to behold in their case. There is a real point to saying that in religious matters nothing fails like success. These types of movements touch the human heart very deeply and serve profound human needs. Because of this, they soon attract many who do not even want the fire of the founder —they do not really understand it. But they do need and like the light and the warmth it provides. Eventually, however, and without consciously intending to do so, they extinguish the very fire that provides the light and warmth, or it simply dies out from lack of being tended. Then an operation may continue under the name, trading in memorabilia. But it isn’t the same operation on the inside, and truthfully its effects are not the same.

Thus ‘apostasy’ (“standing away from”) is in fact a natural and fairly normal process in life. It is what should be expected, not something to be surprised about. It would be remarkable and abnormal if it did not happen. It is never, primarily, a failure of belief or correct doctrine, or a conscious decision. It is a subtle shifting of vision, of feeling and will —of how people see things and feel about things, especially about themselves and what they are doing. The shifts in belief and the conscious decisions are only the epicenter of the “soulquake.” They lie at the surface of life. The center lies miles deep in the soul of the individuals involved.

The soulquake may be something that happens within the lifetime of individuals, as in the cases of biblical kings such as Saul, Amaziah and Uzziah —or many individuals that have come to public attention in recent years. Or it may occur across a few generations —rarely more than a few —as with the degeneration of the kingship in Israel from David, through Solomon, to Rehoboam.

A well-known contemporary teacher of ministers has remarked that few ministers finish well. This statement is even more true of “ministries” than it is of ministers —who, I suspect, do better on the whole than appears to be the case. Unfortunately, on the other hand, nearly every denomination one could name vividly illustrates the process under discussion here, as do many educational and charitable organizations.

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But what is the fine texture of the underlying change that reveals itself in the loss of the inward fire of vision to the outward accretions of mission or ministry? The central point lies in a fact noted by Henri Nouwen: Nothing conflicts with the love of Christ like service to Christ. What a strange thing to say! Perhaps it is an overstatement. But it is true that well meaning service to God has a very strong tendency to undermine the kind of vision of God that fuels greatness for God in the human scene. With the possible exception of David, who indeed “ended well,” we see this constantly in the kings of Judah and Israel.

Uzziah’s case is especially instructive: “But when he became strong, his heart was so lifted up that he acted corruptly, and he was unfaithful to the Lord his God, for he entered the temple of the Lord to burn incense on the altar of incense.” (I Chron. 26:16 NAS) Uzziah became strong through his devotion to the Lord. For much of his life he focused upon knowing God in a close relationship. “He did right in the sight of the Lord…. And he continued to seek God in the days of Zechariah, who had understanding through the vision of God; and as long as he sought the Lord, God prospered him.” (26:4-5)

But the works that were accomplished through Uzziah’s association with God in action distracted him from his original vision and refocused him on himself and what he was doing. “His heart was lifted up.” This language of the Bible became a standard way of diagnosing the failure of the kings of Judah and Israel. It always had the result that they took more upon themselves than was warranted. In Uzziah’s case it was his decision to perform temple rituals which were not permitted to him. But in most cases these kings formed human alliances or tried to establish practices that overestimated what could be accomplished by human strength. They glorified themselves and did not rely upon God.

Because they became wrongly focused, they could not live in the lesson of the prophet Jahaziel: “Do not fear or be dismayed because of this great multitude, for the battle is not yours but God’s…. You need not fight in this battle; station yourselves, stand and see the salvation of the Lord on your behalf…. Do not fear or be dismayed…for the Lord is with you.” (II Chron. 20:15-17)

What, then, is the general pattern? Intense devotion to God by the individual or group brings substantial outward success. Outward success brings a sense of accomplishment and a sense of responsibility for what has been achieved —and for further achievement. For onlookers the outward success is the whole thing. The sense of accomplishment and responsibility reorient vision away from God to what ‘we’ are doing and are to do —usually to the applause and support of sympathetic people. The mission increasingly becomes the vision. It becomes what we are focused upon. The mission and ministry is what we spend our thoughts, feelings and strength upon. Goals occupy the place of the vision of God in the inward life, and we find ourselves caught up in a visionless pursuit of various goals. Grinding it out.

This is the point at which service to Christ replaces love for Christ. The inward reality of love for God, and absorption in what he is doing, is no longer the center of the life, and may even become despised, or at is least disregarded. “No time for that” becomes the governing attitude, no matter what we may say. The fire of God in the human soul will always look foolish to those who like its effects but do not understand where those effects come from.

At this point a pervasive consciousness of one’s rights and “perks” may set in. Amaziah, who had been a fairly good king in Judah, defeated the Edomites —and brought their gods to Jerusalem and worshipped them! When rebuked by a prophet he said: “Have we appointed you a royal counselor? Stop! Why should you be struck down?” (II Chron. 25:16)

Very often it is not the founders, but those who gather about them, who insist on the perks and rights. Often they see that as a way of serving the one they admire, and perhaps they are convinced that the founder is not an ordinary human being. David, when thirsty on the field of battle, made an off-hand remark about wanting a drink from the deep well by the gate in Bethlehem. Three of his “mighty men” overheard his remark and broke through enemy lines to bring him the water. But he would not drink it. He “poured it out to the Lord,” because their devotion had made it too precious for him to drink. (II Sam. 23:16) This is a most illuminating insight into the good and humble heart of David, seen on many other occasions in his life. It shows how he saw himself in God’s world.

St. Francis also provides many illustrations of this type of enduring humility. But in his case it proved too much for his “order” to follow, and within a few years he was in a struggle with his followers because the regulations he proposed for them (the “rule”) was to lowly for them. He lost. He even became an object of derision among some of his earliest associates because of the fire that burned within him.

As we have just noted, such a departure from “the founder” may be accompanied by assumptions to the effect that he or she was in some sense not “normal,” not “flesh and blood”—whereas in fact it is their very “normalcy,” and their acute awareness of it, that led them to adopt the measures they did to keep themselves centered on God —to keep the vision right and bright. They, and not their ‘followers’, understood the inward battle that has to be fought. Their followers often rely upon the assumption that the leader is “unusual” or “abnormally gifted” to relieve themselves of the burden of genuinely being like him or her. This is usually firmed up by a total lack of understanding of how the leaders came to have the vision of God they do —and sometime the leaders are not clear about this either.

So we can summarize the process by which the mission and its goals replaces the original vision as the ultimate point of reference for the people involved. — Vision of God and of oneself in God inspires a combination of humility and great aspiration for God. This combination leads to remarkable efforts in dependence upon God. Great effects are achieved because God acts with efforts made in dependence upon him and for his sake. The effects take on a life of their own. Surrounding people see nothing but the effects, which indeed are very remarkable and worthy of support. Sometimes the human support may also be of God. But the effects of all this have to be carefully watched, to prevent them from corrupting the heart away from an appropriate vision of God and the humble valor flowing therefrom.

King Solomon began well. He knew about God, at least, from his association with his father David, and he understood he could not carry out his work by himself. He prayed for wisdom and knowledge. God gave it to him. He became very great. (II Chron. 9) But to strengthen his position he formed alliances through marriage with royalty of many nations, and his seven hundred wives turned his heart away from Jehovah to worship their gods. (I Kings 11:1-6) By the time he died, he had evolved a government that was bitterly oppressive, with the people ready to rebel, and he had a son to rule after him who was a fool. It is not unreasonable to think that what really happened to Solomon was a building program.

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But does this have to happen? Is it simply unavoidable? The answer is, in general, “No.” Some individuals manage to avoid it, though many do not. And some groups or organization have long postponed it. The early Christians hold the record for sustaining the inward fire of vision in the “founders.” For two or three centuries, it seems, the vision of Jesus Christ as Lord burned brightly in their hearts. The tremendous successes of the movement only very slowly generated an outward “vessel” that replaced the treasure of Christ as the center of attention and devotion in their lives.

The earliest generations of Christians were remarkably successful in passing the sacred vision that positioned and guarded them in life on to the next generation. It was not an entirely new phenomenon. In the Old Testament, Joshua (Ex. 33:11) and Elisha (II Kings 2:9) were two cases where the disciple sought the Lord as did their masters (Moses and Elijah), and as a result carried on through their lives in the same spirit.

In later Christian history we find clear examples of the trans-generational sharing of the original fire in the Jesuits, the Quakers, the Moravian Brethren and the Methodists. No doubt there are many other cases not so well known. So it can be done. And there are many cases of individuals in each generation who have “finished well.” What is essentially involved?

The answer is simple in concept, but obviously it is not easy in execution —and especially for the trans-generational case. It is a matter of identifying and sustaining the sense or vision of God, self and world that pervaded and animated the originators. One cannot write a recipe for this, for it is a highly personal matter, permitting of much individual variation and freedom. It also is dependent upon grace —that is, upon God acting in our lives to accomplish what we cannot accomplish on our own.

All of this acknowledged, there are things any person can do —and must do —to receive and sustain the inner spiritual fire that keeps mission and ministry in its proper place, preventing them from becoming the limiting vision that obsesses us and eventually strangles us.

The first thing is to heartily acknowledge the practical inevitability of the loss of vision. The acknowledgement must be something that is explicit and regular. One need not become paranoid about it, just honest. One must find ways of keeping it before oneself and one’s associates without becoming a bore. Creativity and good taste are to be used.

Secondly, we must identify, understand and adhere to the founding vision. This is not easy. Even the ‘founders’ themselves may not be clear about exactly what moved them and how they came to be the persons they are. Often a commendable modesty and humility prevents them from inquiring very deeply into their own lives, and certainly from ‘imposing’ what they find there upon others. But, while this attitude is commendable, it has the built in handicap of making it very difficult to sustain the vision, in oneself and in others. So one must be honest, thorough, and explicit about what the vision was —and what it must now be. The focus must be on the vision, not upon the individuals who have it, even though it must be the individuals who bear the vision and carry out the mission.

Thirdly, steps must be taken to live in the central content of the vision. The wisdom of Proverbs tells us: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and don’t place your faith in your own understanding. Acknowledge God in all you do, and he will smooth your pathway. Don’t think you have got it figured out.” (3:5-7) And again: “Watch over your heart with all diligence, for what is in your heart will determine what your life amounts to.” (4:23)

At the center of care for the heart is the love of God. This must be the joyful aim of our life. That is why Jesus, underlining the deep understanding of life worked out through the Jewish experience, stated that the first commandment is to “love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength.” (Mark 12:30) This is a command. It is something we are to do, and something we can do it. We will learn how to do it if we intend to do it. God will help us, and we will find a way.

The love of God, and only the love of God, secures the vision of God: keeps God constantly before our mind. Thomas Watson tells us that “The first fruit of love is the musing of the mind upon God. He who is in love, his thoughts are ever upon the object. He who loves God is ravished and transported with the contemplation of God…. God is the treasure, and where the treasure is, there is the heart.” King David gives us the secret of his life: “I have set the Lord continually before me; because he is at my right hand, I will not be shaken.” (Ps. 16:8)

Vision of God secures humility. Seeing God for who he is enables us to see ourselves for who we are. This makes us bold, for we see clearly what great good and evil are at issue, and we see that it is not up to us to accomplish it, but up to God —who is more than able. We are delivered from pretending, being presumptuous about ourselves, and from pushing as if the outcome depended on us. We persist without frustration, and we practice calm and joyful non-compliance with evil of any kind.

God looks to those who are humble and contrite of spirit, and who tremble when he speaks. (Isa. 66:2) He resists the proud, but gives grace to the humble. (I Peter 5:5) Remember, “grace” means that he is acting in their lives.

So the humble are dependent upon God, not on themselves. They humble themselves “under the mighty hand of God.” (I Peter 5:6) That is, by depending upon God to act. They abandon outcomes entirely to him. They “cast all their anxieties upon him, because he cares for them.” (vs. 7) The result is assurance that the mission and the ministry will be accomplished, in God’s time and in God’s way. They don’t need to be the vision, and the goals we set for them are God’s business, not ours. We do the very best we know, we work hard, and even self-sacrificially. But we do not carry the load, and our ego is not involved in any way with the mission and the ministry. In our love of Jesus and his Father, we truly have abandoned our life to him. Our life is not an object of deep concern.

In order to sustain and develop such a life of loving abandonment to God, a overall plan of life is required, incorporating special practices that care for the inner person. These are the familiar disciplines for spiritual life. We cannot discuss these here, but the next step forward for the person who has decided that they will love God with all their heart, soul, mind and strength, is to put in places those regular practices that will make it possible. This will take some time, and it will require study, experimentation and guidance by the Holy Spirit. But it can be done; and when it is done, life becomes incalculably easier, sweeter and stronger. Mission and ministry are no longer burdensome, though they may be quite challenging and strenuous. His yoke is, nonetheless, easy, and his burden is light, and there is rest in the soul. (Matt. 11:29:30)

For those who have known this in the past, the call is to return to the first love and do the first works, and then learn how do develop that “first” position into the life we are now living. For those who have never known it, the call is to focus on the love of God to us until our heart, soul, mind and strength overflow with love in return. “We love him because he first loved us.” (I John 4:19)

And for those who, standing in the love of God, are concerned about the next generation around them, and about their entry into the full vision of the God of love, the call is to make these matters a subject of serious and prolonged discussion and prayer with those who will lead into the future. Talk openly, regularly, honestly and lovingly.

Eventually judgments must be made as to who will be entrusted with the future of the organization. These must be made lovingly but firmly, and “under the mighty hand of God.” They cannot be avoided. What we can do is prepare for them by intelligent, biblical and constant teaching and practice, by word and by example. And in this matter too, we have to rely upon the action of God in our midst (grace)—God, whom we love, and whose love we constantly commend to others.

Everything comes down to actually loving God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength, and to making foremost in our plans those activities that will meet the active grace of God to let that love be our life.


Living in the Vision of God is also available in booklet form for $3.00 from Tell The Word, a publishing venture of The Church of the Saviour’s Festival Center and Servant Leadership School. For reprint permission or to purchase a booklet, please contact Tell The Word at (202) 387-9300 or [email protected]

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7 Best Practices to Living Your Vision | by Melissa McNally | IgniteTalks

Video and transcript, Kristin Hayden

I’m here to talk to you about the subject that I’m most passionate about in life, which is vision. Living our big, bold vision! I believe that if everybody was connected to their big, bold vision in life the world would be a much better place. Think about it. Think about the light bulb. Think about the iPhone. Think about great social movements like women voting. Think about gay marriage. All of these things happened in a context when everybody thought it was impossible. And now it is vision.

I started writing my first vision statements when I was seven years old, and I’ve been writing them ever since. I’m a total believer in vision. The biggest, boldest vision that I’ve done so far was starting an organization called OneWorld Now! Which is all about developing the next generation of global leaders. I worked with thousands of youth all over the world, and I realized that encouraging them to live their visions, that the greatest gift that you can give anybody, is to really expand one’s sense of possibility. This made me a believer in vision.

I came to create out of this work, a Vision Toolkit, and I wanna share this condensed version with you today. What I’m calling the seven best practices to living your vision.

1. Be Bold

The first one is to be bold. All vision starts with boldness. This is how you set yourself up for the real possibility. The key here is often to give ourselves permission to imagine, to dream big, that anything is possible. And again, all vision starts with that great, great, great sense of possibility. Because if you start like this, that is what we can step into.

2. Be Intentional

The second thing is about being intentional. What do we mean by this? After you’ve imagined your big, bold vision, being intentional is like an internal choice. This is when you decide I’m going to go after this. And all of your actions, all of your decisions, all of your choices, all of your thoughts are aligned with your big, bold vision.

This is enough of having all the ideas and things that you dream about, but it’s like what we say, marrying your vision, this is where you commit. You say that everything that I’m gonna do from this moment forward is gonna be in alignment with my big, bold vision.

3. Make It Real

How do I make this real? After I’ve got this bold vision, I’ve made this internal decision? Well, there’s three main ways to make your vision real. The first one is to write it down. This is why vision statements and vision boards are so powerful, because you’ve the idea out of your head, you’ve put it on paper, you’ve made it concrete, you’ve put it into reality. The second thing is to set a date. You know when you often, when you listen to people and they say someday I’m gonna do this, someday. Well, someday’s always gonna be some day. Set a date. When we do, everything conspires to help us make that happen. And the third thing is to declare it and invite people in so that you can get the support you need.

4. Support It

There’s two main ways to get the support you need for your vision. First is pay attention to your self talk. Are you talking to yourself in a positive, encouraging way? Imagine you were talking to your best friend, how would you encourage them? Pay attention to your own thoughts. And find a vision buddy. Find that person who sees you in your greatest possibility. That when times get rough, they will always reflect back on you your biggest, boldest vision.

5. Hold The Vision!

Because on the road to vision, things can get a little difficult sometimes, and my favorite saying is: “Hold the vision”. It’s human nature that we get excited about a vision and then we start to calculate in our mind how we’re gonna get there and then it doesn’t look like we thought it was gonna be and we give up, and we think it’s over. This is where most people let go of their visions. I say, be open to be surprises. Let go of how it looks. I have to coach even myself on this every single day. This just holding onto the vision and seeing where it takes you is exactly where you’ll still get there.

6. Experiment

I’m a big believer in experimentation. I say, for example, try these seven best practices for the next 30 days and see what happens. Experimentation is like, vision is like, we have to actually build our vision muscle. Humans are always looking for evidence to back up our underlying beliefs. So you need to start collecting evidence that this vision stuff works. So, try it; do it for a week, do it for a month, and build that vision muscle so that you can be a believer and actually increase and do bigger and bolder things.

7. Own It

Finally, the most important thing is to own it. Own your vision. What this means is, acting in the world as if your vision is already real. Acting it now. Acting as if. What would it be like if you woke up every day as if your vision was already happening? How would you be relating to the people in your life if your vision were already happening now? How would you sleep at night?

Try that experiment now and see what kind of results that you get in your life because, in fact, we’re all benefiting from other people’s visions right now. I am certain that the world would be a better place if you started living your vision right now. Thank you very much.

Carolyn Boone Lewis Living the Vision Award

The Carolyn Boone Lewis Living the Vision Awards are presented to organizations and individuals living AHA’s vision of “a society of healthy communities where all individuals reach their highest potential for health.” Established in 1996, the award honors organizations and individuals effectively carrying out AHA’s vision of “a society of healthy communities, where all individuals reach their highest potential for health.”

An important element of the award is that a hospital must be recognized as a leader and nominated by others in the health care field: a Carolyn Boone Lewis Living the Vision recipient cannot be nominated by the hospital or those affiliated with the hospital.

Up to four The Carolyn Boone Lewis Living the Vision Awards may be presented each year and nominations are accepted at any time from all who are part of the health care or association field.


The Carolyn Boone Lewis Living the Vision Award recipients are:

Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene, Keene, NH
St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center, Syracuse, NY
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Anchorage, AK
Lehigh Valley Health Network, Allentown, PA
Boston Medical Center, Boston, MA
Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, Fairbanks, AK
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, Jamaica, NY
Franklin Memorial Hospital, Farmington, ME
Health Improvement Collaborative of Greater Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Salina Regional Health Center in Salina, KS
Rockingham Memorial Hospital in Harrisonburg, VA
Memorial Health System in South Bend, IN
Robert A. DeVries of the Kellogg Foundation in Battle Creek, MI
Memorial Healthcare System in Hollywood, FL
Baptist Health System in Montgomery, AL

 


Call the Office of the Secretary at 312/422-2704 for more information on nominating a hospital or individual.

 

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar – Vision

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s vision of a violence-free, stress-free society has expressed itself in numerous service initiatives that have inspired volunteers worldwide to carry these forward with his guidance.

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, founder of The Art of Living Foundation, inspires thousands of people across the world. He plays many roles for many people – as a humanitarian ambassador, spiritual leader or a meditation teacher, as well as a peace advocate.

For over three decades, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has been engaged in:

  • Promoting human values
  • Fostering interfaith harmony
  • Building communal unity
  • Encouraging social responsibility
  • Spearheading humanitarian causes

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has designed special programs that teach effective and practical techniques for emotional and physical wellbeing. He has rekindled the traditions of yoga and meditation and offered them in a form that is relevant to the 21st century. Apart from reviving ancient wisdom, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has also created new techniques for personal and social transformation. These include the Sudarshan Kriya which has helped millions of people to find relief from stress and discover inner reservoirs of energy and peace in daily life. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar travels the world teaching people these techniques, and The Art of Living programs have already touched the lives of millions of people.

Sri Sri’s work sees him addressing audiences of diverse nationalities and backgrounds, including those at the United Nations, prison inmates, corporate management teams, ailing farmers and school children. It is also not an uncommon sight to see people from warring nations sitting side-by-side in one of Sri Sri’s programmes or addresses.

People say that Sri Sri Ravi Shankar leads through example, whether it is travelling through floodwaters to inspect rehabilitation efforts in Bihar, urging misguided youth to join mainstream society and work for social development; or meeting people at satsangs (music and meditation gatherings) every evening and answering queries on overcoming life’s challenges. His focus is always on fostering human values and building communal unity through his philosophy and ideal of a one world family.

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s life is a story of dedicated efforts towards making this ideal a reality.

 

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Foshan jiuyi health technology co., Ltd. It is engaged in the production and sale of medical technologies, medical technologies. Our mission is to popularize healthcare technology, allowing more people to experience the beauty of quality and a happy life. Deep integration of superior resources, Jiuyi and a number of domestic leading healthcare technology companies to maintain deep cooperation.Strict product quality control, all around the premise to let people be confident. All products comply with domestic and international standards. Jiuyi stands for a green and healthy life, with products as the main and brand as the basis. We will continue to optimize the product structure, continue to promote the development and production of new products to meet the increasingly rich needs of people, to help human health.

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Victor Robsman – Living Visions read online

Victor Robsman

Living Visions

Instead of preface

The stories offered to the reader’s attention, like those previously published in my other collections, for the most part, tell about Russian people and about Russian life in conditions of communist captivity.These stories could not have appeared in today’s Russia, because a cowardly and ruthless dictatorship fears the truth, as darkness fears light. But, as you know, “the light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not embrace it.” Having traveled almost all of Russia and its outskirts as a traveling correspondent for Izvestia, I had the opportunity to come into close contact with the human suffering that the Soviet regime brought to our country, and to write down what I saw on the living tracks. Later, already abroad, in conditions of creative freedom, they were written in the form of stories based on the memories of a past life, which often returns to me in terrible dreams; I wake up from them screaming, calling for someone for help, and with severe interruptions in my heart.So many years have passed since the Providence of God freed me from the nightmares of Soviet life, but the terrible visions of the past still do not leave me. These visions are still a living reality in a country of arbitrariness and violence.

Victor Robsman

My cousin

Dedicated to my son Svyatoslav

In her early life, she was most of all attached to her kind brother, lived in his shadow, was illuminated by his light, and then she wanted to fly, not have a body, not sleep, not eat, not know that there are tears, be everything and nothing, and always longing for the lost paradise … These are the empty thoughts that her brother instilled in her, tenderly loving his little, reckless, stupid sister.But her brother has long been dead, the honor of the homeland was dearer to him than anything else; he was one of the first to be taken to his grave by the revolution, and the salt of her tears is still eating away at her blue eyes. Now she began to notice her father, as if she had not had him before; she saw his tired, gray face, reminiscent of a fading day, and was frightened by her foreboding. She suddenly realized that he was very lonely, that he needed her alone, and wanted to give him her life. But already at the age of fifteen she had a desire to become a wife, belong to her husband, and so that their union was cloudless, serene and endless, like the life of the earth.With the impatience of a teenager, she wanted to be a mother, belong to her children and see in each of them the fruit of her love. However, very soon she became sad, some kind of emptiness formed in her heart, not a single desire remained in him, and she no longer wanted to be either a wife, or a mother, or a daughter of her father, or to remember her kind brother, but to belong to everyone. and no one, and be free as at birth. Such was Lyuda or Mila, she is Lucy and Mila, who was baptized Lyudmila – my cousin.My uncle, Ilya Andreevich, widowed early, could not get enough of his reckless daughter. I remember her as a child, always laughing, with cheerful eyes, and then as a girl, a teenager, crying while reading the Lives of the Saints; as a child, she was devout like an old woman, and now, not finding in her heart the fire that made her burn with new desires, she begged her father to take her to obedience to the monastery, where her early deceased mother was buried; now she wanted to be always with her, inseparably, to serve at her grave, so that their souls would meet here and exchange invisible embraces and caresses.Mother Abbess caressed her and kept her with her. She was old, weak, but still pretty and could be admired; her lively features had not yet frozen, a soft smile appeared through her tightly closed lips, and at the bottom of her eyes, the color of sea water, was visible a soul, transparent and pure, like a child’s tear. Mother Abbess taught her to read edifying and religious books instructive for her restless soul, which described the torments of martyrs, the exploits of ascetics, the humility of hermits who abandoned everything living in caves, as far as possible from people in order to be as close as possible to To God; they have nothing, they do not need anything, except for belts on their naked bodies to pacify their indomitable flesh … And doubts crept into her immature soul; why, she wondered, everything that is pleasing to the body is disgusting to the soul? Is the flesh so much stronger than the soul that lives in it that such incredible efforts are needed to overcome it? She now more and more often thought about such incomprehensible words to her as sin, fornication, criminal relationship, adultery, being afraid of them, and at the same time wanted to look into the abyss, find out their secret, experience on herself … With girlish curiosity she read about the criminal connection of the holy martyr Boniface with the vicious woman Aglaida, and with all her soul was on her side; Aglaida seemed to her more beautiful than the royal bride, because thanks to her, Bonifatius became a saint.What is wrong, then, in fornication, in vice? Perhaps, if there were no vice, there would be no saints? And she, under the influence of her childhood delusions, began to nourish some strange tenderness for all the vicious, fallen, mired in debauchery women. She was driven into ecstasy by the extraordinary deeds performed by the apostles Jason and Sosipater, who converted robbers to the faith, imprisoned for extravagance, and now received crowns from the Lord. How is this possible? She would like to see them, touch them, find out – what were these crowns? She repeated the names of these robbers, like the words of a prayer, with difficulty pronouncing them, marveling at them; how new, how wonderful and unusual their names were for her: Sathorny, Iakischol, Faustian, Iannuarius, Marsaliy, Euphrasius, Mammy! No, she will never forget them! During the meal, she was embarrassed that the nuns, listening to the reading about torments, groans, groans of the rebellious flesh of the saints and saints, ate without shuddering fried perches caught in the monastery pond, mushroom borscht, smelling of neighboring forests and rotting leaves, freshly baked bread, which reminded that the mown fields … And none of these pious nuns thought then that the end of the world had already come, of which the mother abbess reminded in her instructions every day; in the same way, she said, Sodom was destroyed by the heavenly fire together with Gomorrah, and in their place not even a trace of life remained, and the Dead Sea covers them … Lyudmila hid in her solitude; something unimaginable happened on Russian soil! She waited with a strange excitement for misfortune, as something new, not yet experienced, not like everything that had happened before; biblical calamities no longer frightened her.That night, when thoughts and forebodings haunted her soul, far, several hundred miles from the monastery, not far from the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra, in a small clearing, among the ramparts, in a pool of blood lay the ashes of the disfigured, tortured to death abbot and Father Lavra, Metropolitan Vladimir, a man of God, an honorable man, a man of prayer and fasting, who was not afraid to tell the truth to the tsars … Why did they kill him? Was he worse than those who killed him? And then, already at each mass, the names of the new martyrs were remembered, striking the imagination of Lyudmila – what a person is capable of! She could not understand why it was necessary to cut off the arms and legs, to pull out the tongue of the rural priest Longin from the Izyum district with tongs before shooting him, and throwing the body into the pool of the river? Why did they need to scalp the head of Archimandrite Rodion, abbot of the Spassky Monastery, shaking from weakness and old age, before putting him to shameful death? Why did they have to strip naked the aged mother Euphrosinia, the faithful companion of the life of the priest Gabriel of Moscow, who was executed before her eyes, put her to shame in public, outraged her and stab her with a bayonet? And at this time it became known that in the Kherson province the wild rabble, incited by the soldiers of the new government, crucified three righteous men, holy martyrs on the crosses; the soldiers made fun of their mortal sufferings, they shouted at them, saying: “Now we will make Christ out of each of you!”The crosses were fragile, hastily knocked down and did not hold well in the ground; the bodies of the martyrs crawled, tearing the wounds from the nails driven into them, but the soldiers held them with ropes threaded between their legs, pulled up to the armpits and intercepted at the collarbones, and drove new nails into them, like into scaffolding. The witnesses of this murder went crazy, and the crucified, awakening from acute, unbearable, boundless pains, whispered prayers of thanks for being worthy to experience the torment of the cross, like the sufferings of Christ …

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90,000 Visions. “How Anime Anthology Tries to Grope New Ideas for the Space Saga – Billboard

Walt Disney Studios

Until recently, Disney planned to release a new part of “Star Wars” in the movies every year, but the relative failures of “Episode 9” and the spin-off about the young Han Solo led the cinematic universe to unclear prospects. The success came from an unexpected place – the series “Mandalorian” on the streaming service Disney +. Its creators, Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni, carved out the link to Westerns and samurai films from Star Wars DNA, creating a miracle: something familiar turned into something new.Judging by numerous TV series announcements in the universe, Disney sees the future of Star Wars in this format. However, the shows themselves – several spin-offs of “The Mandalorian” and a solo series about Obi-Wan Kenobi – so far look like the threshold of yet another ideological crisis.

Visions appeared as if on purpose to give the series a breath of fresh air. The Japanese studios involved in the production of the short films were given a creative carte blanche and a safeguard against fan anger warning that the novels existed outside of the Star Wars canon.In this context, “Vision” is interesting to compare with “Animatrix” – a collection of anime short films in the universe of the Wachowski sisters. “Animatrix” was not just canon – a significant part of the novels in it clarified the events of the sequels. “Visions” are relieved of any burden of responsibility to the universe. For one of the novels, the writers even come up with a new reason why lightsabers have different colors (this innovation leads to an elegant twist).

And while hardcore fans will still be furious at the many retcon (deviations from canon), Visions keep the Star Wars vibe.In general, there is an elegant logic in giving such a collection to anime studios. Lucas borrowed a lot from Japanese samurai films – now the Japanese themselves are paying tribute to American appropriation. The episode “Duel” is ingeniously stylized as a worn out monochrome of ancient samurai cinema, diluted with multi-colored laser flashes. The Akakiri novel features a warrior, a princess and two peasants quartet in the foreground – the same set of characters featured in Akira Kurosawa’s Three Rascals in a Hidden Fortress, which inspired Lucas for A New Hope.

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Loyalty to the spirit of “Star Wars” is not hidden behind the visual heterogeneity of the episodes. Fans of Guren Lagann and Kill la Kill will easily recognize the familiar hand of Studio Trigger in the sweeping and wild episode of Gemini. However, the saga’s iconography – whirring lightsabers and space cruisers – is also here. Of course, the spirit of Star Wars isn’t just limited to her. Beneath the postmodern mishmash of Flash Gordon TV series, samurai cinema, heroic fantasy, science fiction, military epic and New Age philosophy, there has always been a living heart of the story of family ties, friendship, duty and honor.And also about finding your real self. A key shot in Star Wars is the one in which Luke Skywalker, still an inexperienced youngster, peers into Tatooine’s sunset, trying to guess the future.

The writers of Visions understand where the heart of the saga is. The novella “Lop and Ocho” tells the story of the difficult relationship between father, daughter and foster child, which is destroyed by the influence of the Empire. In Tatooine Rhapsody, the protagonist, a young Jedi, finds himself and the key to saving friends in rock music. In The Village Bride, the Jedi heroine cannot find the strength to stand between the common inhabitants of the peasant planet and the robbers.Family, search for oneself, honor – familiar, isn’t it?

The authors’ loyalty to Star Wars also creates a negative effect. Sometimes the show relies too much on Star Wars sources of inspiration, which makes the plots repeat themselves. The story from “Seven Samurai” about protecting the peasants from villains is used twice – in “Duel” and “The Village Bride” (and before that she was in one of the stories of “The Mandalorian”). It seemed that the lowered production reins could lead to radical experiments, but alas.Let the authors of the novels not stoop to the Abrams fan party, but they are mostly engaged in the recompilation of the ideas of the series with their own or the ideas of other works. The “T0-B1” novella resembles a lost episode of the classic anime series “Astroboy”.

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One could turn a blind eye to this if the stories themselves were interesting and memorable, but not all of them work equally well over short distances. Most of it ends with cliffhangers, which makes the episodes more reminiscent of pilots for non-existent TV series than full-fledged short stories.But even so, the collection contains some really cool ones – I especially want to note the same “Duel”, the simple but charming “Tatooine Rhapsody” and the swirling “Ninth Jedi” with a paranoid atmosphere unusual for films and TV series of the universe.

If you love Star Wars (and anime) and are hungry for new stories in old scenery, then Visions will be your most enjoyable saga experience in a long, long time. It’s an entertaining showcase of what Star Wars can be.But he still does not give fundamentally new answers to the question about the future of the universe.

The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes

This guide will list the important decisions you need to make in order to get a good ending in The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes, i.e. everyone will be alive.

Prologue

A short prologue tells of the Curse of Akkad. You will also be entrusted with the management of a general named Balatu.

  • Vision – Next to the helmet that Balata is looking at, there will be a tile with a pattern that will reveal the vision.
  • Balatu and his new buddy will die in this prologue, and this cannot be avoided.

Conference Hall

It’s best to be friendly with Rachel here. It also does not hurt to explore all the objects. Major Decisions:

  • Whether or not to support you from the air does not matter, it will affect the appearance of combat aircraft in the air, which will cover you. I chose not to call in reinforcements.
  • Do not take white phosphorus with you.

Badra-Mandali (Salima)

First, you play as Salim, his son has a birthday, but he is not at home and Salim wants to find him. But a commander named Dar comes to our hero and says that the Americans have arrived, so Salim has no choice but to go with the commander.

Jason

Jason will be in control when the locals are interrogated in the hut.

  • Vision Unarmed – In the first hut, in the second room, where one inhabitant of the village will be interrogated, there is a tile with a vision.

Next there will be a shootout with QTE, and then you will need to make the right decision:

  • Do not shoot the shepherd who escapes, you will stay alive.

Sand caves (Nick)

Nick in the cave.

  • Vision In cramped quarters – Another vision plaque lies in a small room near a large statue of a hand.

Then you will go through the door to another room, where you will find Clarissa and Murvin.The guys will drag the last one away from the monster, and he will yell. Therefore, Nick will shut his mouth so that he does not yell and go QTE.

  • No need to press any buttons after Murvin has been injected with morphine, so as not to suffocate him.

Sand caves (Salim)

Vision Daylight – This tablet is in front of the first corpse that Salim will find. If you go down the stairs, then you will not return to the sign.

  • QTE – After you meet the monster, run and press the buttons that appear on the screen.Here you can die if you click in the wrong place.

Eric

Choose friendly responses in dialogue.

  • Vision Fall – You and Rachel will go through the tunnel, after you see the fork, Rachel will go left, and you will go right, there you will see a sign with the future.

Temple (Rachel)

Randolph’s diary is in the tent, there will also be a can of fuel.

In general, in this location there are quite a few secrets, for example, going up the stairs and turning to the right into the passage, you will come out into a room where there will be a secret of the Creature’s Features.

  • Vision Ultraviolet – In the room where you will find the secret “Creature Traits”, there will be a sign with a vision on the shelves.

Once the generator has been started with the canister and duct tape, you gain control of Jason.

  • QTE – Jason, Nick and Mervin are running from the monster, here you need to press the buttons correctly and aim at the creature.

When you get to the fork, select “take a detour”.

Next we play as Rachel.We go to inspect the player.

  • I have to admit that Rachel has a boyfriend.

Then we are switched back to Jason.

  • Do not leave Mervin, even though he will ask for it.

Cleft (Eric)

Eric and Rachel flee from Dar.

  • QTE – there will be several moments with pressing buttons in time, if done incorrectly, someone will die.
  • The rope needs to be cut, Rachel will fall, but she will be alive.

Crevice, after the fall (Jason)

Someone will break the generator, you need to fix it again. After the repair, you will enter a lighted room with a statue.

  • On the floor there will be a page from Randolph’s diary Part 2, and on the right there will be a sign with a vision of Kol.

Next, you will find a passage, and Eric will approach, who wants to go there.

  • Don’t let Eric into the aisle, Jason and Nick must go

Temple (Salim and Nick)

Salim crashes one creature.And you switch to Nick.

  • Randolph’s Journal Part 3 and Vision Tablet Defeat – lie on the ground.
  • Two passages will appear in front of you: light and dark. Go first into the dark tunnel (there you will find a first-aid kit), and then into the lighted one.
  • In the light tunnels, choose not to rush, because Gift awaits you.

Sand caves (Nick)

After the shootout, Nick and Jason went in different directions.Salim sneaks up on Nick and tells about the weak point of the demons.

  • Important QTE – you need to press all the buttons correctly, if you make a mistake, a mini-game will start, if you make a mistake several times, the vampire will run away, and we must kill him by all means.
  • Salim must put his weapon away before Jason arrives. Select the Assurance “They won’t touch you.”

Temple (Jason)

  • There will be several secrets in the burial pit, for example, The murdered woman, from whose corpse you will take a stake.There will also be Randolph’s diary Part 4. You will also find the vision Stretch.
  • When choosing where to stretch, remember it. I chose the center.

Failure (Rachel)

Rachel woke up in some kind of liquid that looked like blood.

  • Here you will find Ancient Helmet, Randolph’s Diary Part 5, Scientific Notes.

Then you will meet Clarissa.

Meanwhile, Eric uses an ultraviolet lamp over the vampire’s corpse, it flares up and Salim escapes.

Nick and Jason see Joey revived, who is later killed with a stake.

Well, we go back to Clarissa and Rachel, who are trying to get out. Soon they find themselves at a cliff, and there is a choice whether to help Clarissa.

  • It is possible this and that. I chose to leave.

Cleft (Nick)

You will take control of Nick.

  • Here you will find Randolph’s Diary part 6, the plate with the Thirst vision, the secret Expedition Map.In general, before you go to fix the radio, take a look around.
  • Mervin will fix the radio and Dar will kill him.

Temple (Rachel)

Rachel reunites with the group.

  • We need to reassure Eric and say that he had no choice about the rope.

You run back to the Temple, there you lock the door and you will have a choice, stand behind the machine gun or run. Any option is possible.

  • Stand up for a machine gun (shoot) – you have to shoot vampires, but if you do not hit, then death will come.For this choice you will be given the achievement Chekhov’s Gun.
  • If you choose to retreat, then you will have to choose where to run. We put it in the center, which means we keep closer to the walls.

Hall of Sacrifices (Eric)

There will be an ambush, but you can soften the tension a little, just say that you need the help of your Iraqi friends.

  • In the next room vampires will attack you, QTE will start.
  • When Balut appears, Nick will have a choice: shoot or use the crucifix – no matter, he will still get injured, but we have a first-aid kit, so it’s not scary.
  • We switch to Salim: a vampire flies at him and another vampire attacked Rachel. We kill the one that is on Rachel.

Catacombs (Salim)

We play for Salim. In the proposed dialogue options, choose friendly ones.

  • Choose to discover yourself to meet the person at the other end of the hallway.
  • Vision Companions – Will be on the wall after Salim helps to get into another room.
  • Randolph’s Diary Part 7 – Lying on the floor, next to the spotlight
  • The eighth diary is in the infirmary with cameras, right on the floor.

Hall of Sacrifices (Eric)

Eric, Rachel and Nick are back together. But Balat appears and attacks Nick.

  • Help Nick.
  • Choose love answers, if everything goes well, then Rachel and Eric will be together again.

Unknown structure (Jason)

Jason and Salim take the creaky elevator down to the cave, study all the items here before moving on.

  • Vision Victim – This sign is right next to the elevator
  • Randolph’s Diary Part 9 – near the exit.

We go further.

On the way, we will find a Mysterious artifact, a sitting vampire that will fall on us, and we will have to dodge.

  • Petrified vampire – the most important thing is not to step on green formations, if you step twice, then the monsters will wake up.

Hall of Stars (Rachel)

  • Examine the objects and talk to your companions.But don’t touch the device in the center.
  • Randolph’s Diary Part 10 – On the table in the center.
  • Vision Hotel – A reference to a new game. The sign is near the pool.

When you are ready, go to the device in the center. Rachel sees the past and realizes that they are in the ark.

  • Everyone understands that Rachel can be sent into a cocoon, but there will be three options for solving the problem:
  1. Death – Rachel surrenders and Jason shoots her in the head.
  2. Rachel is cocooned in mid-credits.
  3. Live, but this is possible only under three conditions: Eric is alive, Eric has an ultraviolet lamp and he knows that these monsters are afraid of sunlight.

If the third option worked, there will be a cut-scene and a QTE, and you will also receive the achievement Something.

Hall with cocoons

The group discovers a giant mountain of cocoons, i.e. these are all sleeping vampires. Nick decided to blow up this place.

  • Use binoculars to identify the awakened vampires.
  • Retreat or Go Forward

If you retreat, Balat will attack you in the final, if you go further, it will be difficult for Nick, but he can.

  • Let’s go ahead – In this case, three mini-games are waiting for you. Don’t breathe, if there is a mistake, vampires will eat you, if you press everything correctly, everything will fly into the air.
  • After the explosion, Nika wounds, plus Balat will come to this, so the team runs to their friend to help and rescues him.

Everyone tries to get out of the cave, but Salim falls behind. So Jason decides what to do with him.

  • Help Salim – make a mistake with QTE, both will die.
  • Leave Salim – in this case Jason will say that they will meet him on the other side of the elevator. There, the elevator will have two solutions – wait by the elevator and play QTE, or leave Salim.

Of course we choose “We do not abandon our own” and run after Salim. In this case, everyone will shout Hurray!

Clarissa attacks Rachel and Eric before climbing the ropes.I’ll have to fight using QTE.

Well, five people survived this adventure.

All about water | IDS Borjomi Russia

… “Water! You have no taste, no color, no smell, you cannot be described, you are enjoyed without knowing what you are. This is not to say that you are necessary for life, you are life itself! ” Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Water is the source of life, beauty and health

Water is the most important component not only of the world around us, but also of the human body.Without water, life on our planet would be impossible. We often forget about this seemingly simple and obvious fact. But as soon as we feel the slightest signs of thirst, the whole importance and necessity of water becomes clear.

Water is the second, after oxygen, the most important element of human life on Earth. All life around is more than half of water. Water is also one of the main constituents of the human body. The numbers speak volumes about the extreme importance of water: On average, 60% of the body weight of an adult is water.Our brain is 73% water, lungs 83%, skin 64%. Water is even found in bones (about 31%).

With insufficient fluid intake, its percentage in our body falls, causing a deterioration in well-being and disrupting the work of internal organs. In addition, we just need water to preserve for many years not only the beauty and radiance of the skin, but also clarity of thought, sharpness of mind, muscle elasticity.

According to Dr. Luis Sierra Mayem, head of the Spanish Academy of Nutrition and Nutritional Sciences, reducing the level of water in the body by only 2% can lead to a decrease in mental and physical abilities by almost 20%.In this case, a person loses the ability to think clearly and the ability to process information, and performance decreases. Greater water loss (3% to 8% of body weight) can lead to dizziness, kidney failure, increased heart rate, and difficulty breathing *.

The role of water in the human body

Water plays a key role in a number of important functions in the human body:

  • Aids digestion by making food easier to absorb.
  • Dissolves nutrients: carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, promoting their absorption into the bloodstream and accelerating their transport to cells.
  • Promotes the elimination of toxins and excess nutrients from the body.
  • Maintains the elasticity and softness of the skin and helps to normalize the skin tone.
  • Regulates temperature by dissipating heat inside the body and protects the body from overheating or hypothermia.
  • Plays a significant role for the normal functioning of the heart and kidneys, normalization of blood pressure.
  • Helps reduce stress on joints and promotes proper muscle function.

To always, in any weather and at any age, feel great and look young and fresh, you need to drink enough natural water, because it plays a key role in maintaining the body’s water balance.

Luis Sierra Mayem, Ph.D., developed the so-called “drink pyramid”, which reflects the human needs for fluids throughout the day and week.It is interesting that the basis of the foundations of this pyramid is natural mineral water, which must be drunk daily in sufficient quantity. It is she who should form the basis of the water diet of any person.

Experts from all over the world recommend just natural mineral water, which is born in the bowels of the earth and is filtered only by layers of soil. Such water contains the optimal amount of minerals and trace elements for the normal functioning of all body systems.

To paraphrase the “father of medicine” Hippocrates, we can say with confidence: “We are what we drink.” According to this statement, it is certainly very important to monitor not only the quantity, but especially the quality of the consumed water, make a conscious choice, paying attention to the place of extraction and bottling of water, its natural origin, mineral composition and other important parameters, giving preference to large, well-known manufacturers who control the quality of their products at all stages of production.

* Based on the study “The Importance of Water Consumption for Adult Health in European Countries”, 2013.
Posted by Luis Sierra Maiem, Ph.D. physician specializing in preventive medicine and public health nutrition.

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relative planets are sterile and lifeless, they differ
from the Earth like a gray stone from a gray sparrow.

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