If you’re looking for content, then this probably isn’t the blog post you want to watch.
However, if you are looking for a place to get a moments rest so that you can continue your day, then you re in the right spot.
Let me tell you why.
Dictionary.com puts it this way;
Pavlov’s Dogs [(pav-lawfs, pav-lawvz)]
Thedogsused in conditioned responseexperiments by a Russianscientist of thelatenineteenthcentury,Ivan Pavlov. In theseexperiments,Pavlovsounded a bellwhilepresentingfood to a dog,therebystimulatingthe naturalflow of saliva in thedog’smouth.Aftertheprocedurewasrepeatedseveraltimes,thedogwould salivate at thesound of thebell,evenwhen no foodwaspresented.
Now, you’re not a dog, and I don’t want to make you salivate, but as my daughter has told me, she has a Pavlovian response to rain/thunder storms. She hears them, she wants to sleep. In the short video in this post, you likely won’t have time to fall asleep, but you will have time to get your mind a little bit of rest.
So go ahead. Close your eyes for a minute, and test the theory.
Today, I thought the writing would be quite shareable.
Clouds and sky are compelling to me lately. It does not matter if it is rainy or sunny. Where the green meets the sky, it compels me to click. To stop clicking, would be to miss something. It is to me a clear image of God’s glory. No retina burns on my eyes, just a reflection of Him to be collected and enjoyed.
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