Everybody wants to Become Younger, but not everybody wants to do more than wishful thinking about it. If we want to Become Younger and Healthier, we must DO something about it.

Wednesday, November 29, 2006


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The Power of Saying

I Love You

One of the most basic psychological needs, at the core of being human, is the need love and to be loved. As a matter of fact, I would say that love is one of Mother Nature’s most powerful forces. It drives us to do all sorts of daring and ridiculous things as we seek to find that special someone and strengthen the connection we have with those significant others already in our lives. Love is a critical cog in the healthy personality wheel of life.

Showing and expressing love, however, is easy for some and nearly impossible for others. One of the things that I have always found interesting is that some people seem to have no trouble showing affection and proclaiming their love, while others seem unable to even say the words not to mention show the emotion. It is, however, very important for us to hear those words. Saying “I love you” is good for both parties but it is particularly important for those we love to hear us say it. Those who have trouble saying those words are often very loving people who, even though they don’t say it, show their love in other ways. Even though there is no doubt that they love you, there is no replacement for hearing those three precious words.

If you are one of those people who, for whatever reason, does not tell those you love that you love them,
why not make today the day you change that?
Choose someone in your life that you truly love and tell them today. There is no greater gift to give them and it will open you up in ways you can’t even imagine!
(by Dr. John H. Sklare)

I think that I am one of those others,
so I try to say with deep of my heart -

Love sees no barrier on ahead
No matter be they tall
Love pushes on through weal or woe

She scales the highest wall
She leaps o'er mountain crests or hills
She dives in deepest sea
She crosses oceans to other lands
And sings on distant lea
You find her everywhere you roam
In huts and castles, strong
She makes a haven of happy homes
And blesses life with song!

Did you recognize who is author of this beautiful poem?
Answer is here:

Sunday, November 26, 2006


Strength Training Doesn't Hurt Older Hearts.

Older adults have no reason to avoid the weight machines at the local gym, according to a reassuring new study. Published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, the study dispels concerns about the effect of regular strength training on older adults’ arteries. Researchers at Japan's University of Tsukuba studied a group of adult males over 60 years of age, placing the men on a 12-week daily strength training regimen. At the conclusion of the study period, study subjects were found to have experienced improved nitric oxide blood levels, a key marker of artery function. No evidence of disrupted artery function, or stiffening of the arteries, was found in any of the patients.

What This Means for You ?

A jog around the block or a half-hour on the elliptical machine can be a great boost for cardiovascular health. But if recent findings are any indication, adding a strength-training circuit to your workout regimen could also work wonders.


Tuesday, November 21, 2006



Prevention is the best strategy to avoid spine problem.

We "earn" the good condition of our spine throughout our life. If we habitually neglect our spine, we can expect that, sooner or later, we will have to deal with hard to tolerate pain. Then we will find time, even a lot of time, for therapy.

Is it not better to spend some time and effort in order to prevent the problem ?

Now I suggest one set of exercises for keeping a good posture and eliminating spinal pain. They do not require much time or effort and bring excellent results.
Exercises done in bed very little strain on our heart, therefore they can be done by anybody - children, adults, or elderly people.

1.When you wake up, stretch a few times.
2.Laying on your back, press hard against the pillow with the back of your head for 5 seconds and then rest for 5 seconds. / repeat the exercise 6 times.
3.Put the pillow on your chest and "hug" it for 5 seconds - rest for 5 seconds. / repeat 6times.
Put the pillow between your knees and squeeze it hard for 5 seconds - rest for 5 seconds / repeat 6 times.
4.Pull up your knees to the 45 degree angle - hold for r seconds and rest for 5 seconds / repeat 6 times.
5.Pull the toes of one leg with the toes of the other leg towards you, alternately, six times for each leg.


A Fun Way To Exercise

Friday, November 17, 2006


"When you talk, you repeat what you already know; when you listen, you often learn something."
—Jarren Sparks

For many of us, our lives are so busy that we rarely give anyone our full attention. Even if we're not focused on a computer screen or the television or that book we're reading while another talks, we're thinking about the report that's due, or wondering if we remembered to send a check to the power company.
Beginning today, make an effort to really listen when people talk to you. Put the book down, turn off the TV or turn away from the computer screen. Look directly into the speaker's eyes and fully listen, letting both your ears and your heart take in the words. In the process you may learn something and you may not. It doesn't matter.
You will make the one talking feel important and that does. Making someone else feel good always matters.


Monday, November 13, 2006

I'm afraid that I lost permanently all great comments from my dear bloggering friends. I'm in a very bad mood. Sorry!!!!! Sorry!!!!!

Thank you to ALL very, very much !

Friday, November 10, 2006


"The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease" - Thomas Edison

In the spring and fall seasons, the body starts cleaning itself of the excess amounts of mucus. That’s when germs show up and start dissolving and then destroying or removing the mucus, in effect helping us to clean up our body.

But what do we do then?

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Wednesday, November 08, 2006


My smile to ALL nice bloggers.

You don't speak English as I don't ? Don't worry, just smile!
That's what the experts on communication skills are saying.
It's easy to communicate when you travel abroad.
Smile, look at people in a friendly way and point at things and people will understand you.

Or will they?

People in different countries request things in different ways.

*The British say "please" and "thank you" more than Americans. When they buy somethings the British may say "thank you" two or three times during the conversation. The American say "thank you" once. ( I'm not sure).

*Americans always replay "you're welcome" after "thank you". The British sometimes replay "thank you", or sometimes do not reply.

*In Northern European countries (e.g. Scandinavia, The Netherlands, Poland and Germany), people request things simply and directly and their intonation sounds like an English command.

*In Southern Europe, a smile, friendly body language and eye contact are very important when you're requesting something.

*In Asia, people sometimes give a very small bow and often look away when requesting something.

( from "Handshake - a course in communication; Sunday Gazette- travel page)

But what about WRITING ?

Wednesday, November 01, 2006


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from the album "Shadow of Your Wings"- by Joel Sowards
May you know God's healing light in your time of need.
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