Quote of the day
Walking will add years to your life and vigorous life to your years! Walking is the most natural, safest, most perfect aerobic exercise for the human animal to participate in.
~OTHNIEL SEIDEN, author of WALK! Walk your way to great health & long life
Some brain functions decline early, but others found to peak later in life.
When was the last time you paused between sips of your favorite soda and wondered about that can in your hand? If you’re like most people, the answer is likely never. But that seemingly unremarkable object is actually a marvel of modern manufacturing. It is, in fact, a glorious thing.
Meditation says to focus on the present. But life may be more meaningful if you don’t.
When the stress of work has become unbearable, you may feel triggered to reach for the snack drawer and grab a treat. However, a research group out of the University of Innsbruck in Austria has found that a short, 15-minute walk has the power to stave off those unhealthy food cravings.
Classical theology begins with the premise that God is infinite, but how can humans possibly have knowledge of God when infinity is by definition beyond the bounds of human imagination?
Americans have a new favorite way to flush money down the drain: luxury toilet paper.
Since the government insisted that wine labels include a “Contains Sulfites” warning, folks have been blaming the compound for their wine headaches. Very likely, finds Lettie Teague, the cause is something else.
Over the weekend, Netflix unfurled another great show. I would love to chat with you about it, but we — all of us, this sprawling TV-watching nation — have implicitly signed the same secret pact: #nospoilers.
When choosing a talent or skill, think about the personality of your character, his range of experiences and who his role models might have been. Some talents might be genetically imparted while others are created through exposure (such as a character talented at fixing watches from growing up in his father’s watch shop) or grow out of interest (archery, wakeboarding, or magic).
Most authors when writing a story have an idea of what the beginning, middle and especially the end will be like, but anyone who has written a story or created another form of art knows that often to work directs the creator to a different end than they first had in mine.