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Tuesday, 26 December 2017

Merry Christmas & a Happy and Prosperous Year 2018.

Christmas – a Joyous Eve, Day and a Season,
                     a Promise of genuine Peace.

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Online Freelance Jobs - Hire Freelancers; Find Work

Small businesses and entrepreneurs hire Freelancers to get their activities and project works done online. Thanks to the internet, they are now able to post their works and projects online, receive competitive bids and get them done by experts through freelance websites. Freelance internet websites such as Freelancer.comElanceUpwork, Guru.comFiverr.com and Peopleperhour connect a very large number of employers and freelancers across the globe.

Employers who use such platforms have benefits such as access to experts in a wide range of technical and creative fields, convenient work schedules, faster project completion, fixed price or hourly terms, milestone payments and economy in costs related to various items. Employers may have to cover factors such as unexpected delays in job completion, quality of work submitted and safety of data and information related to their works and company processes. Also employer - employee relationships may be of shorter duration as compared to regular work relationships.

Job seekers who are searching for Freelance jobs can also avail these internet websites to find works that match their academic backgrounds, skills and aptitudes, work conditions and life-cycle situations; and remuneration objectives.
Employers hire Freelancers for works and services such as Data Entry, Article Writing , Website Development, Website Design, Logo Design, Business Cards, Graphic Design Mobile Phone Apps, Translation, Software Development, SEO Marketing and Internet Marketing. It is recommended that the job aspirants especially employees who do freelance work as main income activity, have a good understanding of the characteristics, benefits and drawbacks (including safe and adequate remuneration, payment terms and milestones, days without income, selection process; and social benefits) of such jobs as compared to standard and regular employment relationships.

Friday, 12 August 2016

The Pyramid Order, a Way of Life

We take a quick look at Two Pyramid Diagrams that consider different areas and aspects of everyday living. They can serve as a frame of reference to guide us to discover and put into order a way of life. The first pyramid - Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs/Theory of Motivation, is a general model of life needs and areas, while the second may be considered as a 'Pyramid within a Pyramid' - a Food Pyramid within a Lifestyle Pyramid!

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Pyramid: Much discussed and debated, Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs/Theory of Motivation Pyramid, has gained entry into a number of fields outside personality and motivation. Business, science and technology, social, political, economic, health and medical disciplines have connected to, and applied these principles in varying degrees. 
We also come across merits and criticisms of the theory. Maybe some situations would even surprise the Author!

Anyway, along with so many benefits in the areas mentioned, we have a picture that would help us to MOVE UP, without dabbling too much at the Base levels!


Post updated on 05 July 2017

Thursday, 28 January 2016

Monday, 24 August 2015

“Fine Pearls,” from a "Modest Maker"

Natural Pearls are formed in Marine Pearl Oysters or Freshwater Mussels by a living process. These humble organisms live in recluse, while they make the magnificent Iridescent pearl that lights up the person it adorns. Pearl oysters and mussels belong to the Bivalvia class of organisms in the phylum, Mollusca.
Most mollusks with shells can produce pearls, but only certain species of bivalve mollusks, produce fine nacreous pearls, which have high commercial value.

Iridescence, that Dispels the Darkness of Ocean Caves!
A nacreous pearl is made from layers of nacre secreted by the bivalve mollusk. When a tiny object gets trapped in the mantle folds inside the shell, the oyster covers this foreign object with nacre, as a protective measure. The outer layer of pearls and the inside layer of the shells of pearl bivalves are made of nacre. Nacre (also known as Mother of Pearl ) is secreted by the bivalve and consists mainly of layers of aragonite ( a mineral formed of calcium carbonate crystals) separated by sheets of organic matter(called conchiolin). With visible light, this multi layered, intricate and strong structure of Nacre creates its characteristic Iridescence that lights up its surroundings in many colors and hues. Fine layer upon layer of nacre is secreted around the irritant object, and after years of this living process a pearl is formed. Natural pearls come in many sizes, colors and shapes depending on the nacre secretions.

Pearl Oysters, Pinctada margaritifera and Pinctada mertensi, which live in the sea produce fine natural pearls of superior quality. In Pearl farming, cultured pearls are made by inserting “irritants” such as tiny bits of shells or beads within the mantle tissue of the oysters and mussels, to stimulate the secretion process.

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Post updated on 16 November 2015