What Does The Heart Line On Your Hand Reveal About Your Life?

A. A heart line that starts below the middle finger signifies that you are an independent, rational, and intelligent person. You aspire to become the natural leader you were born to be and you make smart decisions. You may be inclined towards material things and can be insensitive or cold to others and those you love.

B. A heart line that ends between your middle and index fingers means you are compassionate, kind, trustworthy, and easily give your heart to others. You make common sense decisions and are also careful, sometimes even hesitant, when there are other people involved.

C. The heart line below your index finger means you are content with your normal love life.

D. The heart line that arcs between your index finger and thumb means you are caring, patient, have good intentions and a warm heart.

Palmistry is an ancient art whose roots have been traced back several thousand years to India, where it was born from Hindu astrology and first mentioned in the Chinese book the I Ching. It quickly spread all over Asia and Europe, whereupon Aristotle took an interest in it and passed the knowledge on to Alexander the Great. The King often used it to judge the character of his officers and would closely read the lines of their palms.

The practice has since endured throughout the ages. Today, most people view it as pseudo-science and are quick to dismiss it as superstitious beliefs. Part of why people are so skeptical is that they don’t truly understand it.

They only know what they see in the media, and it has been wrongly portrayed in the many books, films, and TV shows that touch upon it. If you are further interested in the subject, this video does an excellent job at describing what the lines and patterns of your heart line signify.

Turn over your dominant hand and look at your palm facing up. The heart line usually starts from between the base of your index finger and the middle finger, and runs across to the edge of the hand, ending on the side of the palm.

If it is deep, well-defined, and unbroken it means you are better at dealing with emotional things. If there are no stray lines running to or from it, that’s a sign you’re a private person. It is all very fascinating how the heart line can signal different things about your life, personality, specific traits, and overall character.

It’s amazing and awesome to think that there are hints buried in the palm of your hand which can reveal hidden truths and what your future holds! There is a whole wealth of information and many more details covered in the video.

Check it out and compare your own hand closely to the one being demonstrated on in the clip. Share this with your friends and family and try reading their heart lines, it’s really fun and you may just learn something about them.

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Have You Ever Noticed The White Stringy Thing Thats Connected To Your Egg Yolk. THIS Is What It Is.

Eggs are up there with milk and butter as the most widely consumed dairy products in America. Even though they are not technically a true “dairy” product, they’re often lumped into the category and sold in the dairy aisle of grocery stores, so close enough!

Regardless of how they’re classified, we eat tons of the little white shelled ovals every single year, whether scrambled or mixed into tasty cakes and other goods. According to Discovery Education and the American Egg Board, “The average American eats 250 shell eggs per year, which means on average, the U.S eats more than 76.5 billion eggs.”

That’s a whole lot of eggs, and yet many of us never stop to think about what exactly it is that we are putting in our mouths and bodies. If you were asked to name the different parts of an egg, could you? Many of us could point out the yolk and the white, the shell… and that’s about it. However, what about that strange little white stringy thing that’s attached to the egg yolk, what is that?

Every egg has the umbilical cord-like feature, but that’s not what it is. Instead, the white string is more like a seat belt and it’s called a chalazae. There are actually two in every egg, one on each side, and they are attached to the yolk.

Their function is to keep the yolk securely suspended in place inside the center of the white so that it doesn’t move all around and become damaged. Just like how seat belts protect people in case of an accident, the strings keep the yolk safe and secure in one place.

While the appearance of the chalazas may be a bit unappetizing, it can actually help you determine how fresh the egg is that you’re about to eat. If the white string is very prominent and clearly noticeable, the egg is fresh. If it is faded or virtually non-existent, the egg is old. So it’s actually a good sign to see a big stringy chalaza when you crack an egg open!

To learn all about the anatomy of an egg, check out this video from Amanda VanHoey. She does an excellent job walking through the different parts and explains everything you’ll ever need, or want to know, about the incredible, edible egg.

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