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Laugh More Live Longer

Author : Devasia Puthiyaparambil
ISBN : 8171086098
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Live Longer

Author : Infinite Ideas
ISBN : 9781908864086
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Anti-ageing scientists believe that the majority of us die prematurely from what we've come to call 'natural causes'. In fact cell structure studies show that biologically our true lifespan is between 110 and 120 years. So what are you waiting for? Even if you feel that you've been dealt a bum deal in the genetics department you can still live a healthy life and it needn't be boring. All the advice you'll find in Live longer is achievable and can be fun too! If you want increased energy, strength and mobility for daily activities and hobbies use the tips in this book to give your lifestyle an anti-ageing makeover and you'll have a lot more to look forward to as the birthdays fly by than a free bus pass!

Live Longer 52 Brilliant Ideas

Author : Sally Brown
ISBN : 9781101203286
Genre : Health & Fitness
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52 invigorating ideas for adding more life to your years. Scientists now believe that a human's true lifespan is between 110 and 120 years. Live Longer helps readers approach those triple digits and feel better than they ever dreamed by fighting off illness, cleaning up their lifestyles, defusing their genetic time bombs, and determining their "real age"-and then lowering it. Ideas range from the ordinary to the extreme: - Idea #4: Boost your immune system - Idea #10: Time for an oil change? - Idea #22: Walk the walk - Idea #26: The sleep solution - Idea #39: Save your skin - Idea #43: Brain gym

Look Younger Live Longer

Author : Francisco Contreras
ISBN : 9781629987538
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Dr. Francisco Contreras offers proven research that will improve your health

Live Longer And Love Life

Author : Joy Clary Brown
ISBN : 9781602660922
Genre : Religion
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Merging medical science with biblical principles, this text details the longevity principles in this life that are supported by the latest medical research. (Practical Life)

Help Yourself To Live Longer

Author : Paul Jenner
ISBN : 9781444134285
Genre : Self-Help
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This book is designed as a ten-step guide that will add ten (healthy, happy) years to your life. It offers sound advice on health and fitness issues, and will cover diet and relaxation, in addition to such emotional issues as happiness, love and spirituality. It is all based, not on guru driven theories of bizarre diets or exercise routine, but on common sense and positive thinking, twinned with information that is both practical and supported widely by the scientific and medical communities. The tone is positive and encouraging throughout; there are also plenty of opportunities for you to interact with the book through features such as quizzes, self-test boxes and exercises. Teach Yourself - the world's leading learning brand - is relaunched in 2010 as a multi-platform experience that will keep you motivated to achieve your goals. Let our expert author guide you through this brand new edition, with personal insights, tips, energising self-tests and summaries throughout the book. Go online at for tests, extension articles and a vibrant community of like-minded learners. And if you don't have much time, don't worry - every book gives you 1, 5 and 10-minute bites of learning to get you started. * A flexible guide that will add ten happy and healthy years to your life * Designed for readers of all ages, backgrounds and abilities - you make the changes you want to make, and you can make them now * All the advice is based on scientific and medical research with plenty of wisdom and commonsense * Not just about your health and fitness, this book also covers relationships, love and spirituality * Lots of interactive exercises and sample tips

Simple Principles To Feel Better And Live Longer

Author : Alex A. Lluch
ISBN : 9781934386088
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Are you often tired or without energy? Are you anxious or depressed? Do you have aches and pains? Are you suffering from phobia, stress, anxiety, or constant worry? Are you concerned about your future? If you answer "yes" to any of these questions, then this book is for you!

Simply Chomsky

Author : Raphael Salkie
ISBN : 9781943657711
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“Noam Chomsky’s work has challenged and changed our understanding of the world from his pioneering work in linguistics to his unceasing critique of the world around us. Raphael Salkie’s book, Simply Chomsky, succeeds in bringing these critical issues to the attention of readers in a work at once succinct and illuminating.” —Irene Gendzier, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Political Science, Boston University Avram Noam Chomsky was born in Philadelphia in 1928 to Jewish immigrant parents who were both educators. His parents were mainstream liberals, but through relatives, Chomsky was exposed at an early age to socialism and other progressive ideas that shaped his politics. After earning his Ph.D. in theoretical linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania in 1955 and a fellowship at Harvard University, Chomsky became a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His first book, Syntactic Structures, published in 1957 and now considered a classic, not only shook up the study of linguistics, but also had a profound effect on philosophy and psychology, and laid the groundwork for the field of cognitive science. In the 1960s, Chomsky took part in protests against the Vietnam War and began writing the articles that initiated his other career as a public dissident and political thinker. Over the course of the next 60 years, Chomsky would continue to be a major voice in both areas, embodying a lifelong commitment to intellectual exploration, freedom of thought, and human rights. In Simply Chomsky, Professor Raphael Salkie provides a compact, user-friendly introduction to Noam Chomsky’s political activism and his groundbreaking work in linguistics. Unlike most Chomsky studies, Prof. Salkie not only covers the essentials of Chomsky’s thought and accomplishments, but also explores his most recent concerns—including the climate crisis, the threat of nuclear holocaust, and current geopolitical hotspots—which are often very different from the topics that preoccupied him decades ago. For students of linguistics, for those interested in U.S. foreign policy, and for anyone concerned about the enormous problems facing the world, Simply Chomsky will be exhilarating and thought-provoking reading. Noam Chomsky has spent his life challenging widely accepted assumptions and beliefs and has made an indelible mark on world affairs and human thought. Simply Chomsky offers a special opportunity to find out more about this remarkable and always engaging contrarian thinker.

The Most Effective Ways To Live Longer Revised

Author : Jonny Bowden
ISBN : 9781592338627
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Don't just live longer—live better! The Most Effective Ways to Live Longer provides a road map to a longer, healthier life, advocating key strategies for the food, supplements, and lifestyle adjustments that will keep us going stronger, longer. With these strategies, you can win the battle against aging. Living a long life isn’t only about measuring the number of years lived, but how we live them. Dr. Beth Traylor and nutritionist and weight loss expert Jonny Bowden provide recommendations that will keep you strong, healthy, energetic, and active with every decade of your life. These methods—all backed by the latest research and scientific studies—are easy, yet work anti-aging miracles. There’s no better time to start than now. You’ll learn how to rein in "The Four Horseman of Aging": Free radicals, which cause oxidative damage that wear you down from the inside out; Inflamation, the “silent killer” that is a factor in almost every degenerative disease; Glycation, a process that is implicated in many of the diseases of aging Stress, which can cause more damage to your overall well-being than you think. The book includes fitness tips for your body's "key players"—the heart, brain, bones, muscles, joints, immune system, and hormones. More and more studies are proving that we can strongly influence how long and how well we live. This fully revised and updated edition offers the smartest program for living a longer, healthier, better life.

God S Power To Change Your Life

Author : Rick Warren
ISBN : 9780310296263
Genre : Religion
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What does it take to...Become more loving?Live more peacefully?Develop patience? Have self-control?“In the years I have been a pastor,” writes Rick Warren, “the number-one question I’m asked is, ‘Rick, why can’t I change?’” People want to change—but they’re stuck.Do you want to get unstuck? Here’s how.Drawing simple but powerful truths from the Bible, this book gives you practical guidance for specific types of change, and it links you up with the power to actually make the changes you long to make.As you apply the truth of God’s Word by the power of his Spirit, your life will change. You’ll move out of your rut—and get on track with God’s wonderful purposes for your life.

Don T Live Your Live In One Day

Author : Johnny Ong
ISBN : 9789814222761
Genre : Conduct of life
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Author : Abram Allen
ISBN : 9780761861799
Genre : Philosophy
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Truity reveals the fundamental law: no subject possesses truth as every subject represents truth. Man has yet to learn this basic rule of grammar. To be born in ignorance is understandable but to stand in ignorance is to insult The Creator.

Joy Of Living

Author : Prasanna Rao Bandela
ISBN : 812073565X
Genre : Conduct of life
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There is abundant joy in this world for everyone. You just need to take your share and enjoy it. You have a one-time opportunity to live a happy life. So why fret, fume or worry over trivial things in life? Love to live joyfully and enjoy every moment of life. This handy guide will help you give a new meaning to your life. The book is filled with quotes by various eminent personalities and may wise sayings, which will have a great impact on your life. It gives suggestions and guidelines and leaves the final option to you. This book is a must-buy to enter into the realm of happiness and relish the joys of life. So enjoy life while you have it, for it doesn't last long and will not come again.

The Choice Is Yours 52 Choices For Happier Lives

Author : Barbara Dahlgren
ISBN : 9781683149729
Genre : Religion
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Do you stress over making decisions? Does the possibility of making the wrong choice paralyze you? In The Choice Is Yours: 52 Choices for Happier Lives, Barbara Dahlgren explores decisions we face daily. She does so with the spiritual insight and practicality developed through fifty years of ministry. The Choice Is Yours is drawn from Dahlgren’s blog, Barbara’s Banter: taking my faith but not myself too seriously, and is suitable for a devotional or a Bible study tool. Each chapter includes practical suggestions, a key Bible verse, and the option for the reader to jot down their own tips for making better choices in daily life.

Born To Be Happy Enjoy Life To The Full By Prasanna Rao Bandela

Author : Prasanna Rao Bandela
ISBN : 9788120791145
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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"We human beings have only one life to live; then why not celebrate and enjoy it’s all of us are born with valuable gifts to make our lives happy; but we hardly make use of their full potential. If only we realise this, all of us can enjoy life. Our domain is the present, Let us not allow ourselves to drift into the past, nor should we avoid the realities of the moment by thinking about the future. We know we cannot change the past, but we can ruin the present if we are not careful. So let us not squander the precious little lifetime given to us by feeling sorry for the past that never returns, or worrying about the future that is uncertain, let us try to optimise joy in our lives by focusing on the here and now. Joyful moments can make a lifetime of happiness; their memories can create a heaven on earth. Remember, we have only one change to live the happy life of a unique human being; and nobody gets a second chance! The why not choose to live a joyful life, as long as we live!

Rising To Your Next Level

Author : Alfred Tsipa
ISBN : 9781477130643
Genre : Religion
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You cannot discover new oceans unless you have courage to lose sight of the shore. As long as you are comfortable with where you are, God cannot take you to the next level. One of the greatest misfortunes of life is to grow old without growing up. When a person's age does not match up with their maturity level, it spells disaster for any individual. The most painful truth about life is that it does not wait for you to grow up before it can throw challenges at you. The challenges of life will not sympathize with our failure to grow.

Of Human Nature And Good Habits

Author : Prabhash Karan
ISBN : 9781984566904
Genre : Self-Help
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In the human body, there’s always exists—a human inside! The book, Of Human Nature and Good Habits, reveals that human inside and promotes good personal habits and social skills. This book along with its four companion books—Nature Is My Teacher; Life, Living and Lifestyle; How to Win Nature and Enjoy Good Life and Health and Medical Care—constitutes a series that tells the nature-human connection and its implication in our daily life, in the related set of separate episodes. Of Human Nature and Good Habits primarily deals with our everyday experiences of good life and living. The book contains chapters: Human Nature (By nature, all humans are alike, but practice sets them apart.); Nature vs. Nurture (One-third born (nature) and two-thirds made (nurture)! It is a huge statement.); Personality (Don’t let others evaluate you. Do not imitate others; do not impersonate others.); Patience and Confidence (Our ability grows or shrinks in proportion with our courage.); Discipline and Good Habits (Children are raw and wild by nature. They need to be disciplined.); Courage, Attitude, and Ambition (Do what you think is best; otherwise, you will do what others think is best.); Aim in Life (Everyone plans to succeed; no one plans to fail. But failure happens. Failure is one essential part of success; but the fear of failure is the killer of success.); Mind and Mental Habits (Genius and genuinely creative people have two things in abundance: curiosity and drive.); Mind and Body (Human brain—weighing about 3 pounds, accounting 2% of the body’s weight—is a biological machine that consumes 20% of the body’s energy production.); Mind and Memory (Speaking multiple languages may help protect cognitive health over the long term, and may delay Alzheimer’s disease.); Power of Meditation (It is not figuring out what is wrong with you and trying to fix it; rather, it is identifying what is right with you and doing more of it.); Greed, Envy, and Jealousy (During the evolutionary process, individuals with strong innate yearnings for food, sex, and material gain, have a better chance of surviving and reproducing than other individuals with less yearning.); Humor and Laughter (Laughter is one universal emotion!); Talk and Sing (Talk is the publication of thoughts! It is the momentum of our mind! Music is a special announcement how one’s feel of feelings is expressed in the form of sound.); Nature and Natural Habits (Man invents a mousetrap, but nature plays a better mouse.); Be Wise (Be aware of data aggression. Overloaded memory can extinguish our natural spirit. Don’t ingest anything that you can’t digest.); Be Happy (Count carefully what makes you worthwhile and happy, and discount wisely what makes you worthless and unhappy.); Be Honest, Simple, and Natural (Honesty is the state of mind; dishonesty is not. Therefore, it’s wise to encourage honesty rather than discourage dishonesty.)

Inspirational Stories From The Pulpit

Author : Rev. Wesley Moss
ISBN : 9781641140041
Genre : Religion
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The collection of inspirational stories, food for thought, famous quotes, and humor is the result of more than ten years as senior pastor of Friendship Baptist Church, Memphis, Tennessee, and more than thirty-eight years of preaching and teaching. It is my hope that clergy and professional speakers as well as ordinary individuals will become better communicators in any setting using this easy to read and absorb material. It is also my hope that this collection will mentally stimulate the reader to do or feel something, especially to do something creative and spontaneous. Quoting from Mother Theresa: "The greatest disease in the West today is not TB or Leprosy, it is being unwanted, unloved, and uncared-for. We can cure physical diseases with medicine, but the only cure for loneliness, despair, and hopelessness is love. There are many in the world who are dying for a little love. The poverty in the West is a different kind of poverty . . . it is not only the poverty of loneliness but also of spirituality. There's a hunger for love, as there is a hunger for God." (Mother Theresa, A Simple Path: Mother Theresa) In most of the inspirational stories, you will be able to experience God's love for humankind and His love for you, and at the same time demonstrate your love for God through your love for neighbor as suggested by Mother Teresa's quote. Even though I'm very acquainted with the section on humor, I find myself laughing out loud each time I revisit this section. If you are an introvert (quiet or your attention is mainly on yourself), this humor will make you an extrovert (active and expressive) and the life of any gathering, because almost everyone loves humor. Make this book a treasured addition to your library and one you will gladly recommend to others. It is my fervent prayer that through this effort I am leaving the wood pile a little higher than I found it. Jesus loves you and so do I! Reverend Wesley Louis Moss, at eighty-one years young, is Associate Minister of Mt. Tabor Baptist Church in Columbus, Georgia. Reverend Ken Jelks is senior pastor.

100 Answers To 100 Questions About How To Live Longer

Author : Janet Maccaro
ISBN : 9781599799520
Genre : Religion
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Live Better, LONGER In 100 Answers to 100 Questions about How to Live Longer, leading natural health expert Dr. Janet Maccaro reveals the simple things you can do to extend AND improve your life without drugs and medications. You’ll find answers to your most important health questions, including… Which antioxidants will help me live longer? Are there natural remedies for my sleepless nights? How do I cope with issues beyond my control? At the end of our days, we all want to have lived a happy, healthy life and made a difference. 100 Answers to 100 Questions about How to Live Longer will show you how.

Live Long Die Laughing

Author : Mark Lowry
ISBN : 9781418516215
Genre : Religion
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InLive & Die Laughing,comedian/singer Mark Lowry pulls his wild-and-wacky train of thought into the station with musings about everything from God's character to church potlucks. Using material from his email newsletter, along with responses from its nearly 40,000 subscribers ("reMarkable,", Lowry underscored the idea that God tirelessly loves and looks after his believers, no matter how quirky we are!

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