Thursday, 15 October 2015

Food For Thought

Bilingual patients were diagnosed with Alzheimer's symptoms four to five years later than those who spoke only one language. Exercising your brain throughout life contributes to what's called "cognitive reserve," the overall ability to withstand the declines of aging and disease. Brain exercise is one important tool in healthy aging, along with exercise, diet and other lifestyle choices. - Ellen Bialystok

Expectancy speeds progress. Therefore, live in a continual state of expectancy. No matter how much good you are experiencing today, expect greater good tomorrow. Expect to meet new friends. Expect to meet new and wonderful experiences. Try this magic of expectancy and you will soon discover a dramatic side to your work which gives full vent to constructive feeling. - Ernest Holmes

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