|17/08/2013 16:39 (GMT+7)|
Just 122 km north of the picturesque Manali tourist resort, a serpentine road meandering its way through the gargantuan hills takes you to a haven of green fields and willow trees.
|19/08/2013 11:15 (GMT+7)|
I Adapt your daily life so as to be conducive to practising mindfulness of the breathing Lead an uncomplicated life — reduce or eliminate unnecessary activities such as eating, working, traveling, and social functions. Don’t worry about losing friends; some old friends may move away, but you will gain new good friends (kalyanamitta).
|19/08/2013 11:24 (GMT+7)|
Jobs is a biographical movie based on the life of technological icon and founder of Apple Computers Steve Jobs. Spanning from 1971 to 2001, with Ashton Kutcher playing the title role, Jobs tries to show the passion and motivation behind the complex innovator.
|30/08/2013 11:29 (GMT+7)|
Michael Harding is one of our best-known writers; author of 15 plays, three novels, and a regular column for The Irish Times. He has won a number of awards for his work, both as a writer and as an actor. His most recent book is Staring at Lakes, an unflinchingly candid account of a prolonged period of debilitating physical illness and depression which afflicted him in the winter of 2010 and well into the following year. But the book is not just a memoir of this illness; Harding writes with humour and honesty of his entire life’s path; his time as a priest, his marriage to sculptor Cathy Carman, remarkable encounters with Buddhist monks and ordinary Irish country-people, his inner restlessness, and his eventual finding of peace through acceptance of love and the importance of now.
|20/10/2013 12:56 (GMT+7)|
Marriage forms an integral part of our lives. Thus, before we enter this union, we need to analyse carefully the reason why we marry. If we cannot find a good reason, it means that we are probably not ready to marry. Love alone is not reliable, because it is likely we may change our minds later. There should be something greater, something that makes a marriage worthwhile, a binding of two lives.
|11/11/2013 19:46 (GMT+7)|
As we age, stroke risk is increasing and becomes a serious threat. But don’t panic! You can take actions to dramatically reduce the stroke risk. Controlling what you eat and being physically active are high on the list. They will help you feel healthier, too. In most cases living a healthier lifestyle reduces the need for medical treatment. Try your best to make healthy choices. Do not let stroke to stick you. Here they are the most important things you have to remember to live your life without stroke.
|14/11/2013 11:58 (GMT+7)|
Many people focus on physical fitness, but few know that brain fitness is also something you can work on. In fact, you can exercise your brain as often as you would your arms or abs--and the results can be positive and empowering.
|17/11/2013 15:02 (GMT+7)|
It’s difficult not to hit the snooze button and go back to sleep when a reminder buzzes that it is time for your morning run. What will get you to jump up, throw on your running shoes and head out the door? Motivation! If you are struggling with it, keep moving forward with your training program by finding out what this article suggests to keep you lunging toward the finish line.
|18/11/2013 11:39 (GMT+7)|
Have you always wondered how to prepare vegetables in order to maximize their nutritional content? There’s no easy answer, since some produce is most nutritious cooked, while other kinds do not need heat to bring out the best in them. Here is how to get the most from the farmers’ picks.
|19/11/2013 10:52 (GMT+7)|
Very often people turn any issues over and over in their minds without finding an innovative solution for them. The explanation is that they are likely to solve all problems in the same way that means making a pros and cons list or calling somebody for advice. Here are advices to help you come up with unexpected answers for just about any questions in your life.
|20/11/2013 11:17 (GMT+7)|
The rules of staying fit seem very easy to follow. Eating well, working out, getting enough sleep and you will be the healthiest person, right? Surprisingly, it is more complicated than that. Often the very choices you make to benefit your health can be the same ones that hurt you in the end. Read the article and find out which unexpected habits can be causing you harm.
|21/11/2013 11:20 (GMT+7)|
People tend to reach for the warm beverages in the morning like tea and coffee, but try and start your day with some warm lemon water. The water does not have to be always warm, but it should be purified. Simply use a half fresh lemon per large glass of water or even to taste and sip through the day. On a simple level, fresh lemons take plain old water up a notch. Here are some health benefits of drinking lemon water that elevates drinking it for reasons beyond just taste.
|22/11/2013 15:09 (GMT+7)|
When you are in pain, the last thing you want to do is workout. But people with different conditions are more likely to keep symptoms under control if they exercise at least for a few minutes every day. Here are some types of exercise which can help you move and feel better.
|23/11/2013 11:12 (GMT+7)|
If you plan on doing a detox program, your health will benefit from these easy to do tips and you will be standing in no time at the supposed destination you have set for yourself.
|25/11/2013 11:03 (GMT+7)|
Are you blanking on names? Do you often leave your phone in a cab? These latest science based tricks will really turn your mind into sharp thinking ahead of you.
|30/11/2013 17:54 (GMT+7)|
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in most countries. It is quite important to reveal warning signs as soon as possible in order to prevent further problems. Read up on these 8 key facts and learn how to manage and improve your heart health.