1. Every day, one in five of the world’s population – 800 million people –go hungry. It is extraordinary to think that this number of people suffer the pangs of hunger in a world that seems to be over-laden with food.
There are so many measures of what’s wrong with you or whether you are smarter than everyone else, but not much that gives us a sense of how OK we are and what we need...
A sliced Carrot looks li¬ke the human eye. The pupil, iris and radiating lines look just like the human eye...and YES science now shows that carrots greatly enhance blood flow to and function of the eyes.
We may think it obvious what is good for us, but why does it seem so hard to do. The truth of it is that we are designed to notice things like rich foods and comfort and to take advantage of them – make hay while the sun shines.
Here are a few fundamental do’s and don’t’s - 1. DON’T spend more than you earn. 2. DO save for a rainy day. 3. DON’T live payday to payday. 4. DO set achievable goals. 5. DON’T try to keep up with the Jones’. 6. DO improve yourself.
Everything that happens around us and within us has some impact on the brain. Although the ¬brain is certainly a vital organ, it is not separate from the body. This separation is an old thinking called “dualism”.
Happiness may well be just a grand illusion. The pursuit of happiness is described by some as being the heart of the problem of unhappiness! Happiness is not meant to be a permanent emotional state.
There are two trends that are rising to the top. Together they might well be the biggest things for quite a while. What is even more important is that both of these are directly connected to the health of the brain and the state of the mind.
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