|29/07/2014 21:02 (GMT+7)|
Tsz Shan Monastery may not be open to the public until the end of 2014, but 23–25 July saw a holiday retreat for high school students—the camp motto being “to understand the rules of life and enjoy living in the moment.” The activities were tailored for about 100 students from a selection of Buddhist schools under the Hong Kong Buddhist Association. “They were devised specifically for making Buddhist practice fun and enjoyable while retaining its original objectives and teachings,” said Walter Ngai, secretary general of Tsz Shan Monastery.
|27/07/2014 22:29 (GMT+7)|
The heart is one of the most important organs in the human body, as it is responsible for pumping blood and delivering all the nutrients your body needs in order to function correctly. Nonetheless, some of our habits take their toll on our hearts and we do not realize this until it is too late. In this article you will find 7 bad habits that destroy your heart:
|21/07/2014 10:53 (GMT+7)|
Are you always running up and down trying to sort out issues yet at the end of the day you feel like you still have so much you haven’t accomplished? Do you use the phrase ‘busy as a bee’? If you do, do you think you as productive as the bee? Do you wish the day had 30 hours instead of 24? What is time worth to you? If this is you, here a few tips you could use to ensure that you don’t feel the same way and increase your productivity.
|15/07/2014 11:16 (GMT+7)|
If I had asked you a couple of days ago what your favorite foods were, I am sure the list would have not included cabbage. You have to admit you had a bit of prejudice against this crunchy veggie, but after discovering the true tastiness and health benefits of cabbage, you can’t help but change your mind on this nutritious vegetable.
|09/07/2014 10:00 (GMT+7)|
The former Archbishop of Canterbury gives special credit to the Dharmic religion, which he believes has given him a deeper awareness and appreciation of breathing in the present moment. This focus has renewed his concentration on the Jesus Prayer (“Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner” repeated over), a mantra-like prayer esteemed in the Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox Churches.
|06/07/2014 11:54 (GMT+7)|
Eating more eggs is a great way to give you a healthy boost. If you are not keen on eating eggs regularly, here are reasons why you should.
|30/06/2014 15:16 (GMT+7)|
We are often guilty of believing that we are a picture of fine health as we have no real signs that anything untoward is going on inside our body. However, this does not have to be true as there are actually a number of indications that we tend to ignore that are actually telling us that something is not right. Failure to pay attention to them will of course tend to lead to things getting worse, so what follows are 7 signs you are unhealthy in the hope that they may stop further problems from occurring.
|21/05/2014 14:51 (GMT+7)|
The adult person needs between 7 and 8 hours of sleep per night, on average. However, many of us have trouble falling asleep, and insomnia affects millions of people worldwide. The health issues associated with insomnia and sleep deprivation are many, from a dysfunctional immune system to premature aging, weight gain and increased risk for heart disease. Fortunately, you can improve your night’s sleep without resorting to dangerous pills or supplements, as the secret lies in your diet. Here you will find 7 foods for better sleep at night:
|22/04/2014 22:59 (GMT+7)|
The best way to stay healthy is to eat fruit for lunch and maintain a healthy diet for your other meals providing a sound foundation for a healthy lifestyle. Fruits are an excellent lunch food for everyone because they make healthy snacks and desserts.
|05/04/2014 23:09 (GMT+7)|
It is not always necessity to think about different illnesses and conditions when you have a back pain. Even healthiest individuals can experience this discomforts in everyday life. Read the article and you may be a bit surprised about some causes of your back pain.
|03/04/2014 21:35 (GMT+7)|
April 3 -- After three weeks of fruitless searching for clues to the ultimate fate of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, a mass Buddhist prayer will be held on April 6 in Malaysia in support of the deceased and their relatives. The ceremony, which is co-organized by the Malaysian Buddhist Association, and open to all interested, will be held at Dewan San, Wisma MCA in Jalan Ampang and commences at 10 am.
|30/03/2014 21:10 (GMT+7)|
Shopping organic food can be expensive but avoiding chemical pesticides and hormones will help you to get rid of costly future health problems. More than 30 diseases are known to be linked to not organic foods including birth defects, DNA damage, cancer and liver dysfunction. How can you avoid putting toxic pesticides into your body? Buy organic foods. If you are on a tight budget, you can purchase foods listed here.
|28/03/2014 22:16 (GMT+7)|
Long life and happiness. If these two things aren’t on your list of top priorities, well, they certainly should be! The great news is if you take the time to look at the stories of people who have lived to reach a happy one hundred years old they all have shared some reoccurring qualities. Read on and I’ll share the top 7 ways of living longer and happier life I’ve picked up from my studies. Enjoy! I’ll think you find these tips very, very helpful.’
|14/03/2014 10:53 (GMT+7)|
Headaches are one of the most common complaints, with 70 million people suffering from chronic ones. But when pain strikes, you are not always able to take a pill or turn down the lights. There is an easier and more natural way to get relief such as food. Here are revealed the most common headaches and the foods that help prevent and even treat them.
|18/02/2014 16:47 (GMT+7)|
February 18 -- Just in time for Valentine’s Day, a Yale study published on Feb. 12 investigated the brain regions that may help us wish others well.
|17/02/2014 10:46 (GMT+7)|
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Research shows that the feeling of love activates the same reward areas of the brain as cocaine, reports CBS Connecticut.
|26/01/2014 18:12 (GMT+7)|
Once we leave our college years, it gets much harder to meet new people. When we were in College or High School it was not very hard to make new friends. Then what has changed? You are a grown up ordinary person having an average amount of friends ones from childhood, others from the college and some more from elsewhere. Is not that enough for you? Are you seeking for new relationships but without having any results? Do not think that friends are given you from your birth. If you really want to meet new people you should do something from the given list below. Result won’t get late.
|24/01/2014 13:06 (GMT+7)|
Many of us have a sluggish metabolism. This can make it really difficult to lose weight and extremely easy to gain weight. A slow metabolism can also make you tire out easily so you don’t get to enjoy all that life has to offer. However, there is good news. You can easily boost your metabolism naturally if you know how. Below, you will find 7 ways to increase your metabolism:
|11/01/2014 22:08 (GMT+7)|
Jan 11 - FUKUI—A Buddhist cuisine known as Hoonko ryori is a traditional dish that has been passed down for centuries in the Hokuriku region, home to many followers of the True Pure Land Buddhism.
|05/01/2014 16:29 (GMT+7)|
Have you seen families out to dinner with each member fixated on their smart phone as they spoon food into mouth, pausing only to breathe and guzzle soda? Or even worth: young guys instead of checking women out over next table or talking with each other in a youthful way, feel the need to tell everyone on their social network page just how much fun they claim to be having. Sure you have caught yourself lingering at the computer after work, doing nothing important even as a gorgeous spring day ticked away into the ether of time right outside the window. So, how to stop this? Here are tricks to reach that goal.