You are a woman, you are beginning and ending, you are passion and longing, you are an angel of love and a queen among flowers…
If you will ever wonder which is the most beautiful gift that you have ever received from God learn that it is having made you a woman. A beautiful, strong one, sweet like the smile of a child, bright as a summer day, and charming as an ancient fairy tale. He has made you a woman for you know to love like no one else does, with a passion that crosses the infinite. You know how to fall down, then rise with dignity, as if you have not fell at all. He has created you to spread love, to give life and to write with capitals in the book of life. Continue reading “You Are A Woman, You Are Beautiful, You Are Perfect!”
Sister Mary Kenneth Keller (born in Ohio 1914 – the 10th of January 1985) was the first woman in the United States to obtain a PhD in Computer Science on the Inductive Interference on models generated by the computer, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Mary Kenneth Keller, who was also a nun, contributed to the development of BASIC, a programming language widely spread in the first ages of the information technology.
Sister Mary Kenneth joined the Sister of Charity Congregation in 1932, continuing to study at the DePaul University, where she received a bachelor in mathematics, and a master degree in mathematics and physics.
In 1958, Mary Kenneth Keller started to work at the Informatics Centre of Dartmouth College, an institution where, at the respective moment, only worked men, where she participated at development of the BASIC programming language.
In 1965, after obtaining her diploma of doctor in informatics, Mary Kenneth Keller founded the Informatics Department at the Clarke College in Iowa, which she led for 20 years. The Clark College owns now the Clark Computer Centre, which comes to help the students, the members of the faculty, and the staff.
Sister Mary Kenneth Keller was passionate about ensuring the access to information for everyone, not only for the computer scientists, imagining a world where computers make people more intelligent, and able to think on their own. Thus, Sister Mary Kenneth Keller declared “For the first time, we can mechanically stimulate the cognitive process. We can make studies on artificial intelligence. Besides, this mechanism [computer] can be used to help people in the learning process. This way we will have more mature students in greater numbers, in time this way of teaching becoming more and more important.”
How many times didn’t happen, during a Fashion Presentation you were watching, your mind to ask itself about what actually happens behind the scene, what’s behind the young lady that so beautifully parades in front of dozens of spectators? How many young ladies don’t have the desire to step into the limelight, posing for the most renowned designers or to be the first ones that wear the summer or winter outfit?
But, even if modeling world seems easy to reach when staying on the couch, eating spicy chips and drinking soda, things are not as simple as they seem to be. The performance in fashion world is about dedication and sacrifices, and this is not what says an unknowing person, but a young lady from Bacau, Romania, Simona Bitiușcă, that at her 24 years old managed to become known not only inside but also outside the country. A young lady that enchants with her tenderness, refinement, modesty and self-control. A charming appearance, a large smile that make even the grumpiest person in the world smile and forget about her problems.
She got on the modeling stage by chance, a simple approach opened her way to a new life, to a new lifestyle. At 17 years old, she had the chance to actually see what’s behind the stage. The success of a Fashion Presentation is based on seconds of forethought, rapidity being one of the basic requirements of this kind of job. Long hours doing and retouching make-up, the fatigue accumulated during traveling to different fashion presentations and competitions are rewarded by the satisfaction of being known and appreciated.
There is no doubt that women have gained a high status in society, acquiring their independence and equality in relation to men. However, it is often considered that the image outlined by the media often becomes degrading, because the woman turns into a commercial object, meant to attract consumption and to increase the money collection process at a much higher level.
Presenting the woman in various aspects, in order to stimulate men’s interest or to draw attention to various boutiques, changes the real image built up by her, distorting the role she plays in society.
Miss Julie is a drama movie directed by Mike Figgis in 1999, based on the play of the same title – Miss Julie (orig. Fröken Julie) – written in 1888 by August Strindberg, a Swedish poet and playwright.
The action takes place in Sweden, in the 19th century, on the estate of a venerable Count on Midsummer’s Eve. The Count’s daughter – Miss Julie, the valet – Jean and the cook – Kristin are the three main characters around which the action develops. However, the viewers do not get tired with it even for a moment. Both for the remarkable atmosphere of the movie and for the cast, we are gently trapped in this wonderful play.