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10 Ways to Add Years to Your Life

10 Ways to Add Years to Your Life

The way you live your life can add years to your lifetime. It used to be defined as “good clean living” and was primarily achieved by embracing Christian doctrine. The following list, complied by Dr. Michael Roizen, includes the minimum amount of years added to your life by adopting each behavior. 1.  Own a dog … Continue reading

Quote: Alexis de Tocqueville on Religion Rocks

Quote: Alexis de Tocqueville on Religion Rocks

“Upon my arrival in the United States, the religious aspect of the country was the first thing that struck my attention, and the longer I stayed there the more did I perceive the great political consequences resulting from this state of things, to which I was unaccustomed.” Monsieur de Tocqueville toured the United states from … Continue reading

Quote: Kevin O’Leary on Useless Unions

Quote: Kevin O’Leary on Useless Unions

“If I were the President of the United States, I would make unions illegal. They no longer serve a functional purpose in democracy, in my view.” My sentiments exactly. kqd Please click on my link to my related post – Useless Unions – when will they learn? Vol. #3 Essay 14

Quote: David Wilkerson on the Source of Stress

Quote: David Wilkerson on the Source of Stress

“Many of those (women) who were once so passionately in love with Christ are now about pursuing their own interests (feminism). They’re burdened down with stress and problems, chasing riches and things of the world.” Italics are mine. kqd Please click on my link to my related post – Source of Stress Vol. #3 Essay … Continue reading

Quote: Alexis de Tocqueville on Socialism

Quote: Alexis de Tocqueville on Socialism

“But one also finds in the human heart a depraved taste for equality, which impels the weak to want to bring the strong down to their level, and which reduces men to preferring equality in servitude to inequality in freedom.”  Political Consequences of the Social State of the Anglo-Americans. Alexis de Tocqueville (1805-1859) was, and still … Continue reading