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In the words of William Shakespeare: ďLove is not love which alters when it alteration finds.Ē It is immortal. If we shoot an arrow of love, the same arrow will come back to us and if we shoot an arrow of hate, the same arrow of hate will return again. Therefore it is important that we shoot an arrow with positive intentions. If we want to be loved, we need to love others first, if we want to be happy, we need to make others happy first.

Everything in us is changing. It has been documented by radio isotope studies that our stomach lining changes every five days, our liver changes every four weeks, our entire skin changes every six weeks, our entire body skeleton changes every 12 weeks, our DNA changes every five weeks, depending on the emotion of love in each and every cell of our body.

Our anatomy of the year 2001 is dead and the anatomy of 2002 will determine the anatomy of the year 2003 ó all depending on what perceptions, thoughts, experiences and choices of love we have. Thus the integrity of our anatomy depends on the integrity of our love.

According to Sir Doodley White Johnson, a famous cardiologist from San Francisco: ďAnybody getting a heart attack below the age of 80 is because of his or her own fault. After the age of 80, it is Godís will.Ē He lived to the age of 92 and helped many people live to that age by following a lifestyle filled with love and compassion.

This reminds one of Mother Teresa who believed that we lose health to earn money and then lose money to earn health. The quality of life is more important than the number of years we live.

Here are two case studies, which show the magic and miracles of love:

Study I
There were two groups of rabbits of 25 each. They were of the same colour and the same age. Group ĎAí was kept in the upper cage and Group ĎBí in the lower one. Both the groups were fed with a highly poisonous, high cholesterol diet. Their caretaker was a Chinese dwarf. The animals were then sacrificed to evaluate the effect of the high cholesterol diet.

Surprisingly, the rabbits in the lower cage had no cholesterol deposits in the arteries while the ones in the upper cage had premature hardening of the arteries due to heavy cholesterol deposits. On further evaluation it was noticed that the caretaker used to play with the rabbits in the lower cage, hug them, kiss them, cuddle them and then feed them with poisonous food. Whereas while feeding the rabbits in the upper cage, he never displayed any affection towards them ó on the contrary, he whipped them and then fed them.

It was the emotion of love and care that made all the difference.

Study II
Studies carried out at the London School of Economics have come out with startling conclusions. The happiest place in the world is Bangladesh. India occupies the fifth place. U.K. ranks at 32 and U.S.A. as low as 46. This proves that happiness is inversely proportional to the level of economic development and directly proportional to love.

If we want to be happy, healthy and live longer:
Love everyone.
Hate, judge and criticise no one.
Donít be affected by criticism.
Practise non-violence.
Remain fearless.
Be self-confident.
Have willpower.
Be bold and brave.
Be wise and intelligent.
Work with selflessness, truthfulness, faithfulness and confidence with no greed, anger, lust, attachment or ego.

Magic and miracles happen when we sow the seeds of love in everyone.

Nariman Bacha
Personnel Administration

 

Steps to Happiness

You canít be all things to all people.
You canít do all things at once.
You canít do all things equally well.
You canít do all things better than everyone else.
Your humanity is showing just like everyone elseís.
So:
You have to find out who you are, and be that.
You have to decide what comes first, and do that.
You have to discover your strengths, and use them. You have to learn not to compete with others, because no one else is in the contest of being you.
Then:
You will have learned to accept your own uniqueness.
You will have learned to set priorities and make decisions.
You will have learned to live with your limitations.
You will have learned to give yourself the respect that is due.
And youíll be a most vital mortal.
Dare to believe:
That you are a wonderful, unique person.
That you are a once-in-all-history event.
That itís more than a right, itís your duty, to be who you are.
That life is not a problem to solve, but a gift to cherish.
And youíll be able to stay one up on what used to get you down.

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