Code of Life

Hello my dear Humans!

Today we would like to touch one of the most complicated subjects: Life…

What is Life? 

Life is a mystery and to understand it, we need to create a pathway, so it’s easier to walk through the woods. Some people are so complicated, they don’t understand the meaning of life. Humans search for materialistic and physical pleasures, and  just a little, is never enough. The more we have, the more we want to have. Every Human is very individual and every person looks on the World through their own lenses.

For example:


In one small city there was a couple. They lived in the small apartment, inside of a small neighborhood, where the windows from each apartment were facing each other.

Every day the wife complained to a husband: “Honey, our neighbor is doing laundry today. Every week she is hanging her clothes outside and it is always dirty. I wonder if she is blind!”

Week after week she repetitively questioned if her neighbor sees that her laundry stays dirty, until one day; when her husband cleaned the windows .

Suddenly, she  noticed that the laundry and clothes were clean!

The morality of this story teaches us;  in reality is not always what we see is true. 

Most people assume that life is about things, big or small. In some way it is correct. If we enjoy and get relief of emotions by getting beautiful dress or a sharp business suit, we are happy! Happiness is something what makes as smile! When people smile, they are happy. They look younger; they feel weightless, when they are laughing.

What makes us happy? 

Again and again we say that every Human is Unique and depends on a personality, many people searching for their happiness within themselves.Human being as an individual, where a searchable key to happiness is inside of our soul.  For some people  it takes a life long journey to discover where is that special key hidden. When we think about something very specific, we want to achieve it, get it, use it and most likely; we will! Our thoughts are our reality!

thoughts and reality

Right away, after reading the previous paragraph, we want to create thoughts of something we want. Imagine, magically appeared genie comes and gives out what we want….How awesome! Right…

The perfect advice was emailed to us by a huge marketing scam. Totally misleading company created a huge marketing software online, recruits people, promising millions of dollars in 5 minutes! Once people are signed for a program, they had to pay a  fee. Every step for using their million dollar revenue program must be paid. But most importantly, they had the best training and inspiration towards the future. Something that supported the Code of Life!


Here is what the letter said:

Are you not sick of the “Do Nothing and Get Rich” syndrome?

Hi, What happens if?

You go to high school and “Do nothing”?
Go to college and “Do nothing”?
Start a job and “Do nothing”?

Here is the answer and we all know it!! You will FAIL miserably!

So why is it that so many people fall into the true SCAM of things like… Click a button and get rich or Do 5 minutes a day and get rich…

Honestly, all of it really upsets me to the core.. Why?

It’s all a SCAM and a lie!

I will tell it to you again… Are you ready?

Getting RICH by doing nothing does not exist or we would all be rich!!

We have a scam company confirming: “Do nothing and get rich” is a scam! 

How is it possible? 

Easy… this is what makes rich and successful people stand out from any crowed. They don’t stop searching, creating a path to their financial freedom. Those companies don’t do anything illegal at all, but they are so much smarter than us, regular Humans, who believe their beautiful inspirational stories right away. They think ahead of us and they work much harder than any of us, because they want to achieve those results and get the golden key.


How exploratory and very simple!

The middle road to success is to make a right decision. The hardest part is to achieve the searchable results.


More than 60% of humans at this point stopped, looked around and returned back home, in front of their TV, warm loved couches, and cozy spots; disappointed, upset and angry.  They blame everything and everyone except themselves. But the worst part comes later. The situation like that makes us stop believing in ourselves. The reality from disappointment makes us either stronger or weak. Maybe getting dressed and go back out; search again and again, instead of the comfort of being at home, will bring a good results sooner.

Working harder guarantees the success.

Think about it and don’t stop half way! Find the key to your happiness and only then, you will find the key to life!


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Human Relationships Magazine August Issue#1

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Human Relationships Magazine August 2016 Issue 1

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It was the first time, and it wouldn’t be the last… when I decided to create something totally new. My excitement was growing with every page and every picture I implemented into my new project.

Every page was getting done very slowly and considering that a deadline is very close, I was never making it on time.

My head was full of ideas, but something was getting on my way of distraction. Pulling my hair off  and not being able to sleep for days, I noticed that my project started to move faster.  

Two months later I got to the last page and from the moment of my first time and until now  I know that it wouldn’t be the last!

Please welcome the cover page for the new magazine Human Relationships, where the first Issue date for printing edition will be changed to August 2016!

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Dying of a Heroin Overdose Does Not Make You a Scumbag

When I came across this article and my first association was about Human Relationships, Addictions, Human Minds, our physical and mental “inner you”. Very interesting comments about this article, great discussions and most of all we are still humans in every way possible.  Many of us experienced having someone you love next to you being involved in drugs, alcohol abuse and substances, some of us even tried and abused alcohol, and more., but only a personal experience in being involved in any situation above will create  a good story or a comment.

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by Ph.D A. Thomas McLellan

•In the wake of the tragic death of Philip Seymour Hoffman, I am shocked by the vast range of opinions and emotions that have been voiced in the public discourse. Media outlets of all shapes and forms are weighing in on his death — and specifically, the foolish, self-destructive choices he made associated with his addiction. The explosion of speculation and moralizing surrounding this death brings to light how conflicted our feelings, as a society, are about this disease. And the science is clear on this point. Addiction is a disease — and like so many other diseases — its onset is caused by an inextricable cluster of biological, behavioral and environmental factors. But for some reason, this disease still inspires a socially acceptable prejudice that is simply not appropriate and certainly is not right.

•Last week I was speaking with a prominent and well-educated journalist who was doing a report on substance abuse. He was interviewing me as an expert in the field — having spent my career researching addiction and working to advance policies and practices to support improved care. But in addition to my professional experience, and like so many of us out there, my experience is personal as well. In 2008, I lost my youngest son to an overdose. And yet, despite knowing my professional and personal background, this seemingly intelligent reporter made the following statement to me in casual conversation: “What a weak piece of sh** that Philip Seymour Hoffman was, eh?” Even as I sit here several days later, I am dumbstruck by the callousness, the audacity, and most of all, the ignorance of this comment.
•Overdosing on heroin doesn’t make you a scumbag. Having a drink after 20 years of sobriety doesn’t make you weak. Having an addiction is not a moral choice. In fact, I think it is accurate to say that having an addiction is not a choice at all.
•Sure, it is a completely voluntary act the first time anyone picks up a drink, smokes a cigarette or uses another drug. And that remains true for at least several more voluntary choices to drink and/or use. But then something happens in the brains of about 10 percent of those who use — we don’t yet know exactly all that happens in those brains but for sure there is triggering of genetic expression, and likely induction of immunologic reactions. We know that those biological changes have primary effects in the brain especially in the areas responsible for governing judgment, inhibition, motivation and learning. We do not yet know why some drugs produce these effects in some people; how much or often one has to use to bring about these changes, or how long these brain changes last. And we do not yet know which of those who drink or use for the first time will go on to become addicted. But we do know two things for sure. Nobody — nobody — has their first drink in order to become an addict. And we know for sure that the brains of those who become addicted are very different from the brains they started out with.
•I wonder how the media or the public would have reacted if Mr. Hoffman had passed away as a result of another disease that he had been struggling against for 23 years? Say cancer? I think the young actor’s triumph over cancer likely would have been celebrated throughout his career as an example of his personal strength — a story of a talented individual bravely overcoming the odds. Perhaps he would have been “the face of” recovery from his particular form of cancer. Giving hope to fellow sufferers, raising awareness and needed research funds to find a cure. What, then, would have been our response if the cancer had come back, and ultimately he lost his valiant struggle? My guess is we would have had compassion — we would have celebrated his struggle and remembered him for his courage — and we would have been right to do so.
•But Mr. Hoffman reportedly died from the disease of addiction. An acquired, progressive, relapsing disease that he managed to beat back for 23 years of his life. And it was likely a day-to-day fight. Science has shown that drug addiction actually produces lasting changes to the brain’s structure, particularly in those areas responsible for inhibiting actions and moderating motivational urges. For example, we know that environmental cues associated with alcohol and drugs (like alcohol commercials on TV) can trigger brain changes associated with substance use. These environmental events (people, places and things associated with substance use) have been shown to evoke strong cravings even in sterile laboratory settings; and even among those who have remained steadfastly abstinent for years. In other words, commonplace situations — like being offered wine at a dinner party — can literally cause the recovering addict’s brain to work against his effort to maintain sobriety.
•Cast in this light, maintaining recovery from addiction sounds like a pretty heroic effort to me. So why haven’t we celebrated that part of Philip Seymour Hoffman’s story? Why are there no national campaigns celebrating the many day-to-day battles that recovering individuals fight to stay clean and sober? And why — if this disease overtakes you and you lose the fight — do people who should know better sneer and suggest that the victim was a “weak piece of sh**”?
•We don’t talk about other diseases like we talk about addiction. But we used to. I am old enough to remember that before science helped us understand other stigmatized diseases like cancers, tuberculosis, polio, depression and HIV — those who suffered from those illnesses, and their families, were also ashamed, alone and angry. But science and medicine changed public understanding for these still terrible diseases. Those who suffer from these diseases also fight relapse and they do it valiantly — but at least they no longer have public approbation and scorn to add to their struggles. And they have large, well-funded public associations properly championing new and better treatments for them. For each of these diseases science has changed the way they were perceived and managed; and with those changes came public understanding and ultimately public support. The science is equally strong in the case of addictions and it is time that media and public perceptions about addiction catch up with the science about this disease. Until that happens, too many talented and extraordinary people will struggle in silence and die in the shadows of shame.


Need help with substance abuse or mental health issues? In the U.S., call 800-662-HELP (4357) for the SAMHSA National Helpline.

Be the one who survives, not a victim of emotions and weaknesses!!!

    Simple Words

    When God decided to create a Human, he called Angels to ask them about his idea.


    Angels replied to God with ” NO”, explaining why they don’t think it is such a good idea….

    god and world

    “Putting a holy soul inside of a body, would not be a good combination and will not have any success”.

    Sometime later, after God has created our World, he called Angels and asked them if they can give any names to each object they see or to any animals, but Angels couldn’t create even one name.

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    On the sixth day, God created Adam ( first man) and called Angels to see his creation. While Angels were looking at the first Human, God asked Adam to name all objects around him.

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    Adam started naming everything in words ( birds, sky, blue, green and so on) without even thinking!

    He was creating names, combining them into sentences by using simple words.

    Angels were amazed on how quickly Adam was giving names to everything his eyes saw around him: grass green, water, clouds, butterfly, apples, trees and so on. Finally, Angels agreed with God that his idea was successful.

    creation of the world

    Going back in times our Humanity was made to create a new World of communication by using our skills in using words!

    Ability to communicate in simple words gave us an ability to grow and progress in every aspect and field.

    One of the biggest invention by humans using simple word practice is definitely Internet, Virtual World of Matrix, in which we are existing now and our future generation.

    world and creation

    Please understand the importance of your words! Sometimes words can hurt more than a hit, cut or a broken leg!


    Human’s nature is to remember bad words longer than good words, because painful words leave a deep scar in our hearts and  souls!


    Love each other by respecting, listening and understanding simple words!

    It gives much better results in the future, when politeness is used. Applying simple words in friendships, marriage relationships, work environment and just in everyday life in correct and polite ways with respect and knowledge, gives such a high level of respect to others and to ourselves.

    Using proper language helps to understand and support each other in any hard situations.


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