Archive for April 29, 2011

  1. Pure potentiality
  2. Law of Giving
  3. Karma
  4. Law of Least Effort
  5. Law of Intention and Desire
  6. Law of Detachment
  7. Law of Dharma or Purpose in Life


  • Don’t Retire
    Why should you retire? A better solution is to change your job or the focus of your activities. When you retire and don’t switch your attention to activities to fill your time you may fall pray to a life without purpose. An increase in obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes, and other chronic diseases is greatly increased under these circumstances.Stay busy with a new job, a hobby, set new goals, make trips, take walks, join activity groups, do volunteer work, go back to school or find out what your community offers in the way of entertainment for elders.
  • Floss Your Teeth Every Day
    My dentist tells me that deadly bacteria can grow in the nooks and crannies of my teeth. He recommended taking antibiotics before certain procedures because of the possibility that bacteria may enter my bloodstream and damage my arteries or heart. This can cause hardening or thickening of those arteries and lead to heart disease. It is so easy to ‘just floss’ after every meal.If you are forgetful carry those little floss picks or brush pick packets in your pocket or purse. Excuse yourself to the powder room and quickly floss. Those little spools of mint flavored floss really leave your teeth feeling clean. This also removes unsightly food particles that may pack between that beautiful white teeth that you flash when you smile.
  • Move around
  • Eat a High Fiber Diet
  • Get Plenty of Sleep
  • Avoid Processed Foods
  • Develop Good Daily Habits
  • Meditate and Learn to Relax
  • Feed Your Faith
  • Stay In Touch with Friends and Family

Based on an article by Deborah Kotz Appearing in U.S. News and World Report