Mi uagm: Para mi is the most commonly used acronym, but true para mi is a phrase that just sounds cool.
Mi uagm is one of those phrases that everyone knows but no one really understands. It’s so difficult to say in English because of the context. A lot of people feel like it’s an obvious translation for “I love you” or “I miss you.”
But I was recently told it means “thank you” by an old friend whom I haven’t talked to in years. Mi uagm means “I will see you later,” but the other transliteration is true as well.
2. The human brain is the most complex system in the universe, but we still don’t fully understand how it works…
The human genome is an astonishing 3.1 billion letters long, but it’s still a mystery to the human brain. The brain is comprised of billions of nerve cells, each with its own chemical receptors (called neurons). Known as the “neural network,” this network is constantly changing and responding to stimuli. Scientists are only now beginning to understand how the neural network functions in order to adapt and take in new information.
3. Are you curious about how your brain works? Why you do what you do? How to improve yourself and your life?
You may be surprised at the number of people who think that they are not smart. They might not even realize it.
For example, some people think that they are not smart because they don’t think about math or science. In fact, these are actually the most important areas of study for a person to pursue in life. They have been shown time and time again to be the most important parts of a person’s life, and they can make or break you in terms of your career and success in life.
It’s entirely possible that you don’t even know that you are a very smart person. With an average IQ of 101, and with a high self-perception of being intelligent (82%), there is no reason why you should know that you are smarter than 99% of people around you.
4. There are 4 primary forces that control our behavior…
Understanding the four forces that shape our lives is essential if you want to live a successful and happy life.
There are 4 primary forces that control our behavior:
4. Obligation (which we will define later)
In addition, there are also 5 secondary forces that shape our lives: 1) The desire to avoid pain 2) The desire for pleasure 3) The desire for excitement 4) The need for fame 5) The need for recognition