Education

Education is not the name of any degree or certificate that can be shown to others as proof
But
It is the name of our attitude, Actions, Language, Behaviour and Personality with others in Real Life

پڑھيئے ایک دلچسپ اور معلومات کا حامل بلاگ ” میں کیا ہوں ” پر کلِک کر کہ یا مندرجہ ذیل یو آر ایل براؤزر میں لکھ کر
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Does finger’s length effect personality ?

My Ring Finger is fairly longer than my Index Finger and only a bit shorter than my Middle Finger.

A year back, I read some where that men with Ring Finger longer than their Index Finger are very attractive for girls / women. How much that is true is my secret which I don’t want to reveal. Now I have seen the following:
Regarding the last line of the text imaged below, though I worked hard and with sincerity, I never earned money more than the bear needs of my family.

According to a new batch of studies, the secret to your personality traits lies in your hands. Yes, your hands. More specifically, the length of your ring finger.

Apparently, according to science, the ring finger shows how much testosterone you were exposed to while you were growing in the womb, which I guess can have an effect on your personality.
If Ring Finger is longer

Parents Protest the New Sex-ed Curriculum

Thousands of parents across the GTA pulled their children out of school to protest the new provincial sex-ed curriculum. Many of those parents, with kids in tow, demonstrated at Queen’s Park, outside of Premier Kathleen Wynne’s constituency office on Eglinton Ave. E., and at Thorncliffe Public School in Toronto Monday morning.

Of the nearly 1,350 students at Thorncliffe elementary school, about 1,220 failed to show up, the Toronto District School Board confirmed. Chanting “We say no” and “Loser, loser, Kathleen loser,” placard-waving protesters urged the province to back down on its new curriculum. Many of the parents raised concerns that some of the concepts will come too early for young children to understand. Others said the material clashes with their religious beliefs.

Abdul Azeem, the Thorncliffe school council chairman, said he pulled his children out of school for the week because he disagrees with the content of the new curriculum. The province is pushing an agenda that doesn’t sit well with many parents in this largely immigrant community, he said. “They’re trying to promote what 8% of the people (believe) and impose their lifestyles on 92% of the people,” Azeem insisted.

“Enough is enough. In a country like Canada, it’s secular, everyone has a right to live and have their freedom of speech. “They can do anything that they want … but don’t come in my house and talk to my kids and spoil their future.” Kimberly Cormier, who organized a protest at Queen’s Park for a group called Coalition of Concerned Parents, accused supporters of Wynne of “cyberbullying” parents opposed to the new curriculum.
“We are being bullied and picked on,” she said. “My message is that we need a voice. We need to be heard by Kathleen Wynne. She needs to stop bullying us. “A lot of the people who are for Kathleen Wynne have been cyberbullying us, calling us homophobes, extremists and terrorists. There are people from every culture here. We are Canadians.”

Education Minister Liz Sandals said Monday she’s concerned about the children being pulled from school over the curriculum. “If parents pull their kids out of school, that means they’re missing English, they’re missing math, they’re missing science, they’re missing social studies,” Sandals said.

Courtesy: Toronto Sun