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A Story of a Helpless Love.

Once upon a time all feelings and emotions went to a coastal island for a vacation. According to their nature, each was having a good times. suddenly, a warning of an impending strom was announced and everyone was advice to evacuate the islands. The announcement caused sudden panic. All rushed to their boats . Even if damaged boats quickly repaired and commissioned for duty. Yet, love did not wish to flee quickly. There was so much to do. But as the clouds darkend, love realised it is the time to leave. Alas, there were no boats to spare. Love look around with hope. Just then prosperity passed by a luxurious boat. Love shouted “prosperity, could you take men in your boat?” “No,” replied prosperity, my boat is full of precious possession, gold and silver.” “There are no place for you.” A little later vanity come by a beautiful boat. Again love shouted “could you help me vanity? I am stranded and need a lift, please take me with you ” vanity replaied haughtily, “No i can’t take you with me. My boats are get soiled by your muddy feet” sorrow passed by after some time. Again love asked for help, but it was to no avail. “No i can’t take you with me. I’m so sad. I want to be myself. ” when happiness passed by a few minute later, love again called for help. But happiness is too much happy, so he didn’t look around. Hardly concern about anyone. Love  was growing restless and dejected. Just then somebody called out, love come, I’ll take you with me “. Love didn’t ni who was being so magnanimous, but jumped on to the boat. Greatly relieved that she would reach a safe place. On getting off from boat, love met with knowledge. Puzzled, love inquired, “knowledge do you know who so generously gave me a lift when one else wished to help?” Knowledge smile, “oh, that was time”. “And why would time stop to pick me and take me to Safety”.
Love wondered. knowledge laugh with deep wisdom and replied, time only know your greatness  and what you are capable of. Only love can bring peace and great happiness in this world.”

Moral:_  The important massage is that when we are prosperous,we overlook love. When we feel important, we forget love. Only with time do we realised the importance of love. Why wait that long?.  What not make love part of your life today?.

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STORIES ABOUT SELF-CONFIDENCE

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Jim worked at a radio station all his life. He was a well-known and famous radio show host. All of his friends and colleges knew him by one feature: if he’s on-air, he is always wearing a suit and a tie. They laughed at him: ‘No one ever sees you, why do you dress like that?’, but he always turned that into a joke.

One day Jim was invited to appear on the TV. There was a show dedicated to the oldest radio employees. For the first time the people, who only knew him by his voice, would see him. Before the recording of the show, the director came to Jim and asked:

– Usually you arrive on time, but today you are 10 minutes late. It’s not horrible, but I’m still interested, why?

– You see, – Jim answered, – at the last moment when I was already dressed up, I noticed that I don’t have new socks. For the first time I was invited to the television, and I thought that simply wearing clean sock is not enough. It needs to be in new socks. So I needed to go to the store for socks.

– But why do you need new socks? – The director was surprised. – You could have come without the socks, because we will be filming you only in close-up, over the waist.

– You see, to be spotless on-air, I need to feel myself spotless in everything, starting with the shirt and finishing with the pen in my pocket. And if my socks have holes in them, or my shoes are dirty, I’m not spotless anymore.

 

#On this page we present you a collection of inspirational stories about self-confidence.

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Ever wonder why the food cooked by your mom tastes the best? We know why

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Do you also wonder why you can’t resist that mouth-watering chicken or delicious chocolate cake made by your mother?

According to researchers, food that is perceived to have been “made with love” tastes more delicious.

The emotional perception of taste can be enhanced or diminished by the amount of time, love and care that goes into meals, which ultimately can increase people’s enjoyment of food, a Britain-based food psychologist, Christy Fergusson, was quoted as saying by Daily Mail.

The findings revealed that 58% of people enjoy food more when it has been prepared with a certain level of time and love. (Shutterstock)

“We set out to prove that food made with love tastes better and demonstrates how the power of intention impacts people’s perception of food enjoyment,” Fergusson said.

The findings revealed that 58% of people enjoy food more when it has been prepared with a certain level of time and love, said research led by Birds Eye — frozen food firm in Britain.

For the study, the team fed two groups of people with an identical Christmas dinner.

The first group ate their meal in a festively decorated room after being told the food had been lovingly prepared by a team of chefs using family-favourite recipes.In contrast, the second group ate in conditions where little effort was made to make the participants feel welcome and the room was sparingly decorated.

The results showed that the first group believed their meal tasted better.

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Eat 12 to 14 halves of walnuts every day to fight Alzheimer’s, says study. Read post and comment below.

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Eating a handful of walnuts per day may help reduce the risk, delay the onset, slow the progression of, or prevent Alzheimer’s disease due to the anti inflammatory and anti-oxidative properties of the dry fruit, a study led by an Indian-American scientist has claimed.

These yet to be published findings are very promising and help lay the groundwork for future human studies on walnuts and Alzheimer’s – a disease for which there is no known cure, researchers said. “One in 10 people over the age of 65 suffer from Alzheimer’s. However, the awareness about the disease is very less. It takes 10 years to show the symptoms. It is not diagnosed properly; people think it is just an old age symptom and they have started forgetting things,” said Dr Abha Chauhan from New York State Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities (IBR) in the US.

“Oxidative damage and inflammation are two prominent features in the pathology of Alzheimer’s disease and many other neurodegenerative diseases. Walnuts are very rich in anti-inflammatory components and antioxidants,” said Chauhan, lead researcher of the study and head of the Developmental Neuroscience Laboratory at IBR.

Demographic ageing is a global phenomenon. India’s population is undergoing a rapid demographic transition now. With demographic ageing comes the problem of dementia, researchers said. According to the Dementia India Report 2010, India is home to more than 70 million people older than 60 years as per the 2001 census. The number of persons with dementia double every five years of age and so India will have one of the largest numbers of elders with this problem.

In 2010, there were 3.7 million Indians with dementia and it is expected to double by 2030. The number of persons with dementia double every 5 years of age and so India will have one of the largest numbers of elders with this problem, the report said.

According to the new study, walnuts are rich in antioxidant and anti-inflammatory components. “We have previously reported protective effects of walnut extract against A beta-induced oxidative stress and cell death and beneficial effects of dietary supplementation of six per cent (T6) or nine per cent walnuts (T9) (equivalent to one or 1.5 ounce of walnuts per day in humans) on the memory, anxiety and learning skills in a transgenic mouse model of AD,” researchers said.

One ounce is considered to be one serving of walnuts, and loosely translates to 12 to 14 halves, or 1/4 cup (about a handful). In the latest study, researchers compared A beta levels in the brain and blood samples of the AD mice with a walnut diet and without walnut diet and those of wild-type mice on diet without walnuts.

A previous study found significant improvement in learning skills, memory, reducing anxiety, and motor development in mice fed a walnut-enriched diet.

At the age of four months (before starting diet with walnuts), A beta levels (brain and blood) were similar in mice without walnut diet and with walnut diet groups. At the age of 14.5 and 19 months, mice without walnut diet had significantly higher A beta levels than mice with walnut diet. In the brain, mice with dietary supplementation of six per cent walnuts and those with nine per cent walnuts had significantly lower levels of soluble A beta oligomers compared to mice without walnut diet.

In the blood samples, A beta levels were increased in mice with dietary supplementation of six per cent walnuts and those with nine per cent walnuts compared to mice without walnuts, suggesting that walnuts in the diet can increase the clearance of A beta from brain to the blood. “These findings suggest that dietary supplementation with walnuts may have a beneficial effect in reducing the risk, delaying the onset, or slowing the progression of AD,” said researchers, including Pankaj Mehta and Ved Chauhan also from NYS Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities.

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Walnuts are beneficial because of their ability to inhibit A beta fibrillisation, A beta-induced oxidative stress and A beta-mediated cytotoxicity, and also by reducing the levels of soluble A beta oligomers in the brain and increasing A beta clearance, they said in the study funded by the California Walnut Commission (CWC).

A previous study also led by Chauhan and published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease found significant improvement in learning skills, memory, reducing anxiety, and motor development in mice fed a walnut-enriched diet. In that study, the researchers suggested that the high antioxidant content of walnuts (3.7mmol/ounce) may have been a contributing factor in protecting the mouse brain from the degeneration typically seen in Alzheimer’s disease.

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Weightlifting helps improve brain health, muscle strength in adults over 55+

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Australian researchers have found even more evidence for exercising into older age, finding people over 55 with Mild Cognitive Impairment can improve their brain functioning with weightlifting.

Carried out by a team from a UNSW’s Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA) and the universities of Sydney and Adelaide, the findings were taken from the Study of Mental and Resistance Training (SMART), which involved 100 community-dwelling adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), aged between 55 and 86.

MCI is a precursor to Alzheimer’s disease, with sufferers experiencing a noticeable reduction in cognitive abilities, including memory loss, although they are still able to live independently.

Participants were divided into one of four groups: resistance exercise and computerized cognitive training; training resistance exercise and a placebo computerized training (watching nature videos); brain training and a placebo exercise program (seated stretching/calisthenics) or placebo physical exercise and placebo cognitive training©Ö∝

Those in the resistance exercise group were prescribed weightlifting sessions twice a week for six months and asked to work out to at least 80% of their peak strength.

As they got stronger, the amount of weight they lifted on each machine was increased to maintain the intensity at 80%.

The findings showed that increasing muscle strength also improved cognitive function. (Getty Images/iStockphoto)

The findings showed that increasing muscle strength also improved cognitive function, the first time that a positive causal link has been found between muscle changes as a result of progressive resistance training and brain functioning in older people with MCI.

The results also support earlier research from the SMART trial in which MRI scans revealed that those who weight trained showed an increase in the size of specific areas of the brain, changes that were linked to the cognitive improvements after weightlifting.

Commenting on the findings lead author Dr Yorgi Mavros, from the University of Sydney, said, “The more we can get people doing resistance training like weightlifting, the more likely we are to have a healthier ageing population.”

“The key, however, is to make sure you are doing it frequently, at least twice a week, and at a high intensity so that you are maximizing your strength gains. This will give you the maximum benefit for your brain.”

The results can be found published online in the journal Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.