A medieval samurai text recently translated into English gives many practical tips on fighting an enemy and advises all warriors to be ‘pure of heart and in balance in their spirit’.Although presumed written by two members of the highly equipped samurai elite, it interestingly provides instructions on how to make a homemade projectile from everyday kitchen items.This bond encourages her to open up to you, which is vital to the second step.
First, ask her to describe something that made her happy.
Next, ask her to tell you about something that made her sad or afraid. When a woman feels positive and negative emotions in quick succession combined with the aura you’re giving off, your tone of voice, and your body language, she’ll melt. If you’ve just started dating someone, act nonchalant one minute and very “into her” the next.
Complicating matters further is the fact that four versions of the text survive, all differing and all published in Japanese books through the centuries.
The text and illustrations vary from version to version, though much of the content is similar. Shahan’s translation is the first English version, according to Live Science.
The yakhchal (meaning ice pit) was a type of ancient refrigerator built in the deserts of Persia (now Iran), which was made without electricity, modern coolants, or most elements of modern refrigerators.