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Schadenfreude, rejoice in the misfortune of others

The bus has just closed its doors. We sit comfortably and see how it starts to get away from the stop. Just then we realize that a person comes running in case they can catch it. This time there has been no luck, he loses the bus in his nostrils and a sad gesture is appreciated on his face, however, we sketch a slight smile.
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Good luck

Here is a riddle based on the story of goblins "The Golden Horseshoe" that told how it was cut into seven pieces, with a hole the size of a nail in each, and how they turned the seven pieces into talisman necklaces for seven children. It is assumed that, after the first cut, the pieces must be stacked before giving the second, to divide those first pieces again, but the cuts must be straight and the paper cannot be folded.
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Duck or rabbit

In this optical illusion you will see the figure of an animal. You will probably see that it is a duck with its beak to the left. Are you able to see the rabbit too? Solution The duck's beak becomes the ears of a rabbit that is looking to the right. It is easier to see if we tilt the image slightly to the right until we get a more natural position of the rabbit's head.
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Mindfulness solution

Mindfulness practice helps each of us feel less like a separate self and more as part of a wider world. In the Western world, developing healthy psychological maturity implies developing a clear identity and a single sense of self, well-defined limits and a good knowledge of personal needs.
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Caligula, in the emperor's mind

Cayo Julio César Germánico, better known by the nickname of Caligula, was one of the most controversial Roman emperors. He was born on August 31 of the year 12 A.D. and many stories have been told about him, to which more extravagant. For example, it is said that he named his horse Incitatus consul and proclaimed himself God.
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