People are generally wonderful creatures. Creatures of destiny! Life is relatively short, but it doesn’t have to be if we aspire to a better world. One that encapsulates kindness and a togetherness that lightens the day. We are united in our journey to a better life. The existence of health, happiness, connection, love, and everything nature offers to endower us!
We are centrally part of the earth’s nature so we begin our journey, grow when we are nurtured, and then blossom into grown adults. Yes, every upbringing is different, but we share the same elements. Each and every one of us shares the same potential although some are more gifted than others which depends on the parents, location, circumstances, and having the right attitude.
Nevertheless, as adults we can go after a better life. It is never too late to aspire to greatness in differentiating degrees. Clearly, the average person isn’t born into wealth, and therefore getting a good job is fundamental. Money equals power to buy what you want, when you want, and how you want.
You don’t need to have a fortune to make sensible choices and ultimately select things that improve the quality of life. Food choices, sleep patterns, exercise regimes, friends, pastimes, and you are able to carve the life you want. The thing is you need to keep growing. To grow, improvements need to be made. With a good attitude, the right impetus and an action-oriented persona you can climb mountains to reach the top, and then choose wisely how to maintain peak performance.
Of course, humans are animals! We're composed of cells with genetic material, and we move around, seeking energy to feed our bodies, pooping it out again as waste. We look a lot like our fellow primates with our five-digit hands and feet, our thoughtful eyes, and our lean, muscular physiques.
Telomeres are distinctive structures found at the ends of our chromosomes. They consist of the same short DNA sequence repeated over and over again. They serve three major purposes, but without understanding the whole story what’s important is to appreciate that we need to keep them in good shape, as age shortens them which corresponds with loss of genes and ultimately the aging process speeds up. Yes, that’s right; we get old and eventually, if we don’t take care, the end could be closer.
Take as cold a shower as possible, or bath tub filled with ice. Regenerate your body, and help condition chromosomes for longevity.
Prof. Carl Boniface
Endower (n) = one who endows. To furnish with a dower (give a dowry to a widow's share for life of her husband's estate) or portion; endow.
Pastimes (n) = activities, pursuits, interests, hobbies, leisure
Chromosomes (n) = a threadlike structure of nucleic acids and protein found in the nucleus of most living cells, carrying genetic information in the form of genes. Chromosomes are important for longevity as each time a cell divides, the telomeres shorten. Without them, the main part of the chromosome containing our life-giving genes would become shorter thus preventing our cells to function properly. Telomere shortening is known to be associated with cancer, ageing and loss of stem cell function.