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When Love
touches us deeply,
we are transported
to a Place
alive with Feeling,
and at
Peace.

Life is Wonderful
when you feel
deeply Loved.
Love
pierces the Heart
and sets free our deepest feelings.
We finally feel
so perfect,
so Divine.

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Prayer
is an expression
of Love.
It is Communication
with the Heavens
and all Eternity.

In Prayer
there is no separation
between GOD and Mankind,
between God
and You.

Look up
to see the Beautiful Sky.
Discover
how Joyful you can be
in gratitude for the many
Blessings
from Heaven above.
.
Listen
to the Beautiful Melodies
of the Birds,
alight and in flight.
Mankind has the right
 to all the Happiness and Joy
this World can give.
There will
always be
Lovely, Heavenly Gifts
found in God’s Natural World
that move us
so deeply
and bring Joy
to our Hearts.

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God
has always Loved you.
Your precious Spirit
can fly,
sing all day
like the Angels.
His Flowers
have always Loved you,
with the Beauty of their colors
and their scents
so Graciously shared.
They Beautifully say,
“I Love you”.
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by reminding us
that we, too, can fill other Lives
with beams of Love
through the sounds of our laughter
and Beautiful smiles,
ever after.
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When you have Love
for the Beauty of every moment,
your Heart truly Lives
in Humility
and Gratitude.
You
touch Life
on the deepest level.
.
Like an Angel
dropped down from Heaven,
you can bring Happiness
from God.
With Love,
YOU

can Truly be
a Gift from Above.
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You
Truly carry God’s Greatest Gift
of Healing.
May you share your Spiritual Magic
with others
always.
.
Your precious smile
can take a Soul
to another dimension.
Every smile
is incredibly likeable.
It shares your charisma
for many days,
in many ways.
.
The Story of Love
is as brave and fragile
as all our unnecessarily
and deeply complicated Lives are.
If you say the things
you should have said,
and let your Heart control your head,
the price you pay
is that Love
will stay.
.
The Language of Love
comes from the Passionate Will
of God.
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Live your Life
as if it’s real.
Realize
that God has a Plan
for each of us,
even though sometimes,
it is very difficult
to accept.
Genuine Soulmates
are never lost to one-another,
they’re threaded together by Love,
and will keep finding each other,
remembering each other
again and again.
.
You
can become
one of the people in the World
who Truly appreciates the Beauty
of Life
and Love.
You
will be Truly Blessed
to have such awareness,
if only for a brief time.
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The Dream we are
never ends.
God is listening
to your Beautiful Song.
It tells your Life Story
in such a pure way.
Every Song
provides Color to Life’s Journey.
The search for meaning in Life
is much like the Leaves that fall.
Each colorful Leaf
that gently floats to Earth
is Beautiful.
It will end its brief Journey,
but its Beauty lingers
in our Hearts,
and stays with us.
.
When will it end?
.
Like your precious Love,
it will never end.
Love
will stay in the Bosom
of our
CREATOR.
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Our anxieties and uncertainties
can be left behind,
as we look at the Beautiful colors and landscapes
of Nature,
which reflect Our Lord’s Creation
and His Love.
.
What you Truly Love
is the most Beautiful thing
you will have ever seen.
Your eyes shine
and reflect your Love,
when you laugh and smile.
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 The Future
becomes a Blessed past,
with Beautiful memories of Life
filled with
Love.
.
Our memories prove
the Truth,
that Treasured
moments will never
leave you.
In Life,
a glorious Sunrise or Sunset,
becomes an Ethereal experience.
Such Treasured moments
cannot be expressed in words.
They are Beautiful reflections
of God’s Love.
.
Believe in Love
and you will Believe
in yourself,
and Believe
in God.
.
Goodnight.
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Five Tips to Stay Healthy as You Age
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Times have changed. Aging is different now than it was for our parents and grandparents. Today, there are more people living longer and healthier than at any other time in history.

“Aging is NOT an inevitable decline and deterioration,” says Lewis Lipsitz, MD, Chief of the Division of Gerontology at BIDMC. “In fact, with appropriate geriatric care, attentive to the medical, psychological, social, and personal challenges that everyone faces as they grow older, most people can enjoy an advanced age with good health and independent function.”

So, how do we keep that momentum going? Check out these five tips for healthy aging from the Senior Health Clinic at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

1. Kick the bad habits and stick with the good ones

This may seem like common sense, but the healthier choices we make, the healthier we’re likely to be.

Quit smoking. Did you know that ingredients found in nail polish remover, hair dye, rat poison and lighter fluid are found in cigarettes? And that’s just a short list — there’s more! If you smoke — quit. Your physician can point you toward online or community resources that can help.

Pile on the salads and fruit. As you get older, digestion and metabolism slow down. Make sure to get enough fiber — found in fruits, vegetables and whole grains — in your diet. If you need help with grocery shopping or cooking nutritious meals, talk to a family member or your doctor. Many communities also have programs that provide healthy meals to seniors.

Drink lots of water. You’ve heard this before — staying hydrated is very important. Dehydration can cause headaches and dizziness, among other things. Try setting a timer to remind yourself to grab a glass of water.

Get plenty of Zzzs. As tempting as it is to watch TV right up until bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep. Many older adults do not get enough sleep. Insomnia (difficulty falling or staying asleep) and excessive daytime sleepiness are common problems. Enlarged prostate, which affects as many as 90 percent of men in their 70s and 80s, can cause frequent nighttime urination that disrupts sleep.

Anthony Zizza, MD, a physician in the Senior Health Clinic, offers these helpful tips for a good night’s rest:

  • Make sure your bedroom is dark and quiet, and it’s not too warm.
  • Go to bed when you feel tired and get up at the same time each day.
  • Turn off the TV at least one hour before going to bed.
  • Wind down before bed by taking a bath or listening to soft music.

2. Stay connected

A lot of things change with age. Your social circle may get smaller, you may not be able to drive anymore, health issues can arise or you may be concerned about your financial security. All of these things can cause stress, which has an enormous impact on your quality of life. If you can, visit your local senior center. Spend time with at least one person — a family member, friend or neighbor — every day. Pick up a hobby from childhood that you gave up. Volunteer in your community.

“Try to maintain a busy social life if your health and circumstances allow,” advises Senior Health social worker Leo Newhouse, LICSW. “Talk with your health care provider and family and make a plan to stay active. As you get older, it will help you continue to feel independent, fulfilled and gratified.”

3. Get moving

“Staying active can boost energy levels, help maintain strength and flexibility, improve mental function, reduce your risk for health problems, and even help relieve chronic pain,” says Suzanne Salamon, MD, Associate Chief of the Division of Gerontology at BIDMC and a physician in the Senior Health Clinic. “But, be sure to talk to your health care provider before beginning any exercise program.”

Find an activity you enjoy and begin slowly. Try to incorporate activities that increase your breathing and heart rate, as well as lifting small weights, stretching, and balance exercises into your fitness program. Good choices include walking, swimming, biking, gardening, tai chi, chair yoga and exercise classes designed for seniors.

4. Stay safe

Safety is a serious issue for many older people — especially those who are living alone and experiencing varying degrees of physical and/or mental decline. In addition to falls and choking hazards, concerns include:

Driving. Giving up driving means giving up part of your independence. You may be unwilling to stop driving, even though continuing to drive can pose a safety risk for yourself and for others. BIDMC offers a driving assessment called DriveWise, for people who have experienced neurological, psychological and/or physical impairments.

Fire/smoke safety. That forgotten pot on the stove. The candle that burned all night. Memory lapses, which are more common in older adults, increase the risk for household fires. It’s important to have working smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors in your home. If you need help inspecting your detectors, call your local fire department.

Extremely hot or cold weather. Older adults are at increased risk for health problems caused by hot or cold temperatures, especially when the cooling or heating systems in their homes aren’t functioning properly.

With rising energy costs, it can be hard to keep up with home energy bills. Many states, counties and cities provide programs that assist older adults with winter heating costs. Boston’s Area Agencies on Aging is a good source of information about locally available community programs (many cities and towns have similar programs).

Crime. Older adults are at increased risk for certain types of crime, including burglary and fraud — identity theft, fake check and wire transfer scams, investment and credit card fraud and fake online charity solicitations. If you ever receive a phone call or e-mail from organizations claiming to be the IRS, the government or a bank asking for your personal information, including bank or credit card information, end communication immediately.

Unfortunately, many also are at risk for another type of crime that takes place in their home, in the home of a family member, or in a living facility or nursing home and is committed by people responsible for their care: elder abuse. This type of crime can be physical, emotional and psychological, or sexual. It may involve neglect, abandonment or financial exploitation. Never accept this kind of treatment from anyone. If you are experiencing elder abuse, please call your local police department.

5. See your health care provider regularly

Knee problems, high blood pressure, diabetes … some studies show that the average 75-year-old has three chronic medical problems, ranging from minor to serious. If you have concerns or questions about your health, talk to your health care provider. You may find it helpful to have a trusted family member or friend accompany you to your medical appointments.

One of the ways to stay healthy as you age is to seek the care of a geriatric physician, also called a geriatrician. Geriatric physicians are medical doctors who specialize in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease and disability in older adults. They are specially trained in the aging process and provide comprehensive health care. BIDMC’s Senior Health Clinic offers a full team of 11 geriatricians, a social worker and two nurse practitioners who understand the physical, mental and emotional challenges of aging, and work together with patients, family and caregivers to ensure a higher quality of life.

Please contact your primary care physician or geriatric care provider if you are experiencing any of the physical or emotional issues described above. They are here to help.

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Hang on
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You will get there.

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Our True Purpose / Scientists Transmit Thoughts from one Brain to Another / Sept. 7 We Begin Again

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Each of us
is on our own Journey
trying to find ourselves,
find our True purpose
in Life.

And as our minds flutter
and falter and get anxious,
we find it difficult to absorb
all that becomes so
incomprehensible.

My Dear Friends,
our Faith
is what we need
to help us through.
.
God
will abide with us
and help us
in these difficult Times.
.
“Fear not,
for I am with you;
be not dismayed, for I am your God;
I will strengthen you, I will help you,
I will uphold you with my
Righteous Right Hand.”

Isaiah 41:10

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You
Truly make a difference
in this fragile World
by being patient and Kind and Loving.
Be a Ray of Sunshine
to Light the Path
for others.

God
has Blessed us
with the wonderful Gift
 and Beautiful awareness
that is
you.
.
Being 
and Believing
is finding the Pathway
toward a New Horizon
of understanding.

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The Beautiful 
Work of Art
you are,
is filled with Love,
the Love of
God.

“Beauty
of whatever kind,

in its supreme development,
invariably excites the sensitive Soul
to tears.”

Edgar Allan Poe

You are a Blessing,
a magnet to Higher vibrations of thought,
a new behavioral pattern
of Love and Light and Wisdom.

Please understand
that YOU are a Beautiful Gift
sent to this Earth
to fulfill a Purpose,
of sending positive energy
to those around you.
You are
a Phoenix rising
in the Sacred Heart
of someone.

“You
have
100% control over
your thoughts, words and actions,
and 0% control
over everything else.”
Sara Y. Rigler

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With our Prayer
we are touched deeply,
for there is no separation between man 
and GOD.
It is the Communication of the Heavens
for all Eternity.
When you Pray,
your mind becomes Peaceful and tranquil,
and your thoughts
are soothing
and ascend to Higher Plane
of Existence.

Listen to your Soul.
 You can finally come to realize
how things that are material
can cause a great damage 
to oneself.
But,
there is something
that will allow you to feel
both Alive and
Real.

Be grateful
that our Almighty God
has given us one more chance
to see the Beautiful rays
of the Sun,
the rays of a new Day,
Today.
Be glad for being
Alive.

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Prayer
quiets the mind
and brings Peace and relaxation.
It allows us to connect with God.
Our Heavenly Father
longs for our Praise and Gratitude.
Prayer
is where you find
all is quiet and Peaceful.

The Harmony
between each other,
Nature, and the sounds of Creation
is a Harmonic Piece of
God’s Heart.
YOU
are a Beautiful expression
of the Creative Energy
and the Love
of God.

Goodnight.

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But are we close to reading other people’s minds?

An international team of scientists has succeeded in transmitting the thoughts of one individual into the brain of a second person, located thousands of miles away, combining some of the latest technological marvels with the long arm of the Internet.

This is thought to be the first time that two brains have communicated with each other directly over a long distance without the sender having to utter a single word.

Two greetings — “hola” and “ciao” — made the historic trip from India to France, where they were received and spoken by a researcher who was blindfolded and equipped with earplugs. The scientists wanted to ensure that the receiver knew what his colleague 5,000 miles away was thinking because of the brain-to-brain transmission, not because of some other cue.

The research, published in PLOS One, was conducted by scientists in Spain, India, France and the United States.

The scientists wanted to prove, even with technology that will likely seem arcane in the near future, that it’s possible for two human brains to communicate with each other directly, Alvaro Pascual-Leone of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School, co-author of the study, said in a telephone interview.

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Brain to brain transmission is a hot topic among scientists around the world, and last year researchers at the University of Washington claimed to be the first to carry it off when a student on one side of the campus moved a finger while a colleague thought about the command on the other side of the campus.

The Harvard team took that one step further with the first transmission of specific words.

But the breakthroughs also include a warning. This should be very valuable for medical applications, especially for patients with communication problems, but it could also be a source of devastating misuse. Does it pave the way for humans to read the minds of others, even without their consent?

“I always worry that as we do this initial step with healthy subjects, even under all the regulatory oversight, that it could lend itself to the fancy of people who just want to play with it,” Pascual-Leone said.

Or as the study concluded in its final line: “The widespread use of human brain-to-brain technologically mediated communication will create novel possibilities for human interrelation with broad social implications that will require new ethical and legislative responses.”

Or in plain language, this could be the start of something really, really big, or really, really bad.

It should be emphasized though that the current level of research poses no such threat.

Simply transmitting two words required both the “emitter” and the “receiver” to be hooked up to robots and sophisticated hardware that makes the participants look more like captives in a psycho ward than casual greeters. And the feat required the conscious cooperation of both participants, who had to be trained for the task.

An electroencephalogram captured the brain activity of the emitter in India, and converted the letters of the two words to binary code, which was sent to a nearby computer and then over the Internet to the receiver in France. Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) on the receiver’s end enhanced the electrical signals in a key part of the brain, making the receiver aware that a message would be coming through.

“TMS was basically a way to inject the information into the receiver’s brain,” Pascual-Leone said.

This technology is a noninvasive way to alter functions inside a brain. An electromagnetic coil attached to the skull emits magnetic pulses, which in turn generate electric currents that stimulate nerve cells in the brain.

It doesn’t hurt, and bares no similarity to the shock treatments of yesteryear, and it holds promise for modifying emotions and neural activity.

It was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2008 for use on patients who suffer from severe depression. But it is so new that it is authorized only for those who do not respond to traditional medications.

Other researchers are testing it for a wide range of neurological and psychiatric disorders including migraine headaches and Parkinson’s disease.

The technology used for this research is obviously state of the art, but technology is advancing so rapidly that in a relatively short period of time this work will probably look clumsy. So the limitations of today could well be the opportunities of tomorrow, both for good and for bad.

Will it someday be possible to read another person’s mind, without his or her even knowing it? Will our innermost secrets belong to everyone? Or will we be able to alter antisocial behavior, transforming the criminally insane into responsible citizens?

“The rational for doing this type of research, at least for us, is to help patients,” Pascual-Leone said. “But could you use some form of noninvasive stimulation, even with people who are unaware, and insert a message into them?

“Not the way we have done it, not with technology that’s available now, but maybe that’s something that could eventually be developed,” he said.

The research is evidence that we’ve passed through the starting gate, but to where?

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