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FROM THE HEART: A note from Jay & Roshmi

Hello ,

This article may, on the surface, seem to be just a description of Jay's boyhood experiences at Mayo College, an exclusive, boys-only boarding school in India that he attended from age 13 through 16.

It is, however, actually meant to emphasize the importance of instilling the love of exercise at a young age. This is the "capital" that you may have to draw on in your later years.

First, a few words about the school itself! It was set up by the British, modelled on the famous English public schools of Eton and Harrow. Named after Lord Mayo, it was originally meant exclusively for the education of the princes of the many little princely states/kingdoms that together now make up the Indian state of Rajasthan.

In the earlier days, there were "kingdoms", each with a despot (known as a Rajah or Maharajah), and there was fierce rivalry between them. So you can imagine the suspicion with which the princelings regarded one another.

Years later, when it had been thrown open to lesser mortals, it was the boarding school chosen for me by my parents (as they moved from one diplomatic posting to another). But Mayo College remained the preferred school for the sons of the Rajahs & Maharajahs. In fact, the Tripura, Jaipur and Jodhpur boys attended the school during my time.

At school, we were regaled with stories of how the princes arrived with their full retinue of servants and guards, some choosing the location of their "house" by casting a spear into the ground. (These houses were actually palaces, in each of which a hundred or so of us were later housed, when the school was opened to the public). They also brought their personal "tasters", whose unhappy job it was to taste each dish to ensure that a rival had not poisoned it!

Exercise played a major role in our daily lives, from the time we opened our eyes at 6 a.m.

We formed squads and were jogged off to the huge open gymnasium and exercise ground at 7 a.m., and performed various gymnastics and atheletics for an hour.

After showering, we were jogged to the mess for breakfast. Because the campus was large, we usually jogged to our classes!

After classes, each of us was assigned to a particular playing field, or activity location, (there were numerous fields) to play sports. One day it may have been field hockey, another day soccer, or perhaps swimmimg, or tennis or squash.

We jogged back to our "houses", showered and did homework, before (you guessed it!) being jogged off for dinner.

We were glad to get to bed, and rarely had a problem sleeping! I can tell you, most of us were very fit, and the competitive spirit instilled in us ensured that we played hard and to win.

The boys who arrived at the beginning of the term, overweight and out of shape, looked a lot trimmer and healthier in a month or two.

And you know, I wouldn't be at all surprised if a lot of my colleagues from Mayo have kept up some form of exercise regimen.

It was drilled into us. I hope that you too are exercising daily. It will work wonders for you in the long run (no pun intended).

Be well,

Roshmi & Jay

PS: Mayo College was also greatly responsible for building a value system based on the old-fashioned values that are cherished by all of us who are 50+. But more about that in a later issue! Roshmi


For our friend, Tiny Bir, who has been in a coma
for the last 2 weeks. This vital, 60+ man, with
a great sense of humour, and an even greater
attitude, went white-water rafting last year.
He has been all over the world without mishap,
but waiting to cross the road in his hometown,
Calcutta, he was knocked down by a hit-and-run
driver. And he has been in a coma since then
Please pray for his recovery, with us, and
his wife, Chitra, (who is Roshmi's school-friend).



FEATURE: By Roshmi Raychaudhuri



So, you're spending a quiet relaxing evening at home to negate burn-out, and de-stress yourself? Excellent idea! It's essential that you stick to a pattern of work and relaxation in the proper measures.

Do let go! And make it into a daily habit. But does that mean that you have to let go of your body as well?

Analyse your 'relaxed' posture! Does your spine curve into the hollowed back of your favourite armchair as you watch TV? You may feel relaxed. But your body surely does not!

While in that slouch your spine and muscles are contracted, resulting in your lungs being compressed into your rib cage. They are a having a problem expanding to their full capacity ! Posture has a huge influence on the way we breathe.

Even as you let go, your digestive organs face a similar constricted situation. They are crushed; the process of digestion is impeded. How can you relax, if your essential organs cannot?

As it is, because of the increasing stress level in our lives and the long hours many of us spend sitting on chairs at our desks in front of computers, many of us go through our lives hunched over with bent spines, collapsed chests, and our heads projecting out in front of us. Let us try to use our time for relaxation to undo the damage that we do to ourselves everyday.

From morning till night our minds are bombarded with violent and negative news and images from newspapers, TV, movies and radios. Physically, we are surrounded by increasing levels of noise, smog, harmful chemicals. We eat and breathe toxins. Technology makes it possible for negative news and images to travel fast and instantly around the globe. We worry about wars, terrorist attacks, muggings, rapes, dishonest politicians, layoffs, and so on. We worry about the quality of our children's education and how we will pay the high tuition fees required by many colleges and universities.

Let me tell you, our nervous system was not designed for the intense levels of stress that are created by much of these symbols of so-called progress. And it reacts in the automatic way it was designed to react to intense stress: it plunges us into a fight, flight or freeze behavior mode.

However, no simple fight will make the stress go away and there is really nowhere to flee. So what does one do? We all have our preferred stress-antidotes. Here are some of mine:

Walking. There is nothing as de-stressing as exercise. Walking in serene surroundings is best! But next to impossible for me in Calcutta. So I have a treadmill positioned where I can watch TV. I synchronise my 40 minute walk with the timing of a program that I plan to watch during the day. Depending on my mood, I choose from Discovery or National Geographic programs ( fodder for the brain), or BBC's Hard Talk (tells me what's going on), & Baywatch (all those perfect bodies are pleasurable to watch, aren't they?).

Sound/Music: The holosync sound with it's patter of rain combined with the resonant clanging of bells transports me very fast into a semi meditative state. I come 'out' refreshed and raring to go. The 'Om' chant is very good too (or any other chant would have the same effect).

Cooking/Painting : I feel the tensions dissolving when I try either of these. One is de-stressed by the mind-anchoring element in any activity that interests one. Do what interests YOU!

Laughter: For instant release of tensions, laugh! You know, there is a funny side to most situations! Try to see them; life will become less stressful!

But whatever you do, watch your body. Don't just let go!

**copyright . Roshmi Raychaudhuri

About the Author:
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It is well documented that the rate of bone loss increases significantly after menopause. Alternative therapies, such as soy and magnesium, may be of benefit.

The effect of soy (isoflavone) on bone density has recently been evaluated.

In one small study, postmenopausal women ate 40 g of soy protein per day during a six-month trial. The study noted an increase in lumbar spine bone mineral density of 2.2 % during the study period. (No bone density differences were noted in the hip.)

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We all know that nuts are an excellent source of protein. But did you know that they are loaded with minerals? Folate, (for your homocystene levels), magnesium and zinc? They are also high in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, which are believed to improve blood lipid profiles by lowering LDL 'bad' cholesterol in the blood.

In fact, the latest studies have found that nuts also help to improve the stability of blood sugar and insulin in the body. According to a report in the American Journal of Medicine, a diet that includes nuts and peanut butter could help to stabilize Type II Diabetes!

Researchers from Harvard School of Public Health analyzed the eating habits of participants from the Nurses' Health Study (83,818 women from 11 US states ranging in age from 34 to 59 with no previous history of diabetes). They found that women who ate one-ounce servings of nuts five or more times per week lowered their risk of developing diabetes by as much as 27 %. For those who ate nuts less often (between one and four times per week), the risk factor was reduced by about 16 percent.

There is an added bonus for men: eating nuts can really boost your love life! Nuts are rich in arginine, an amino acid that enhances circulation and dilates the capillaries of the penis increasing blood flow. The high zinc content also aids in improving sexual prowess.

So, there you have them, 3 good reasons for eating nuts! Of course, you can eat them just to enjoy the flavors, and their crunchy texture! Yummmmmmmm! .





Contributed by: Jeet Saini


Looking back, it's hard to believe that we have lived as long as we have.

As children, we would ride in cars with no seat belts or air bags.

Riding in the back of a pickup truck on a warm day was always a special treat.

Our baby cribs were covered with bright colored lead-based paint.

We had no childproof lids on medicine bottles, doors, or cabinets, and when we rode our bikes, we had no helmets.

We drank water from the garden hose and not from a bottle. Horrors.

We would spend hours building our go-carts out of scraps and then rode down the hill, only to find out we forgot the brakes. Running into the bushes a few times taught us to solve the problem.

We would leave home in the morning and play all day, as long as we were home by dark.

No one was able to reach us all day. No cell phones. Unthinkable.

We played dodge ball and sometimes the ball would really hurt. We got cut and broke bones and broke teeth and there were no law suits from these accidents. They were accidents, no one was to blame but us. Remember accidents?

We had fights and punched each other and got black and blue and learned to get over it.

We ate cupcakes, bread and butter, and drank sugar soda (not diet) but we were never overweight..... We were always outside playing.

We shared one grape soda with four friends, from one bottle and no one died from this?

We did not have Playstations, Nintendo 64, X Boxes, orvideo games at all. Nor, 99 channels on cable, video tape movies, surround sound, personal cellular phones, Personal Computers, Internet chat rooms, ...............we had FRIENDS.

We rode bikes or walked to a friend's home and knocked on the door, or rung the bell or just walked in and talked to them.

Imagine such a thing. Without asking a parent! By ourselves! Out there in the cold cruel world! Without a guardian. How did we do it?

We made up games with sticks and tennis balls and ate worms. Although we were told it would happen; we never did put out very many eyes, nor did the worms live inside us forever.

Little League had tryouts and not everyone made the team. Those who didn't had to learn to deal with disappointment.....

Some students weren't as smart as others so they failed a grade and were held back to repeat the same grade..... Horrors. Tests were not adjusted for any reason.

Our actions were our own. Consequences were expected. No one to hide behind.

The idea of a parent bailing us out if we broke a law was unheard of. They actually sided with the law, imagine that!

This generation has produced some of the best risk-takers and problem solvers and inventors, ever.

The past 50 years has been an explosion of innovation and new ideas. We had freedom, failure, success and responsibility, and we learned how to deal with it all.

And you're one of them. Congratulations!

We have had the luck to grow up as kids, before lawyers and government regulated our lives! For our own good?

About the Author:
This article was contributed by Jeet Saini. A Senior Officer of the IAF
( Indian Air Force), now retired, he lives life to the fullest.


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GUEST Column : by Kathy Gates



It's the Holiday Season --A new year is just around the corner! I'll bet you're already thinking about how you'd like next year to be a little different than the last, right? (yes, I see hands raising!)

But instead of thinking of performance, and efficiency, and control, I'd like you to take this opportunity to think about how many things in your daily life do you do "just for the joy of it"?

What I'm talking about here is value-based happiness (as opposed to temporary happiness). Value-based happiness refers to the general feeling of well being that you experience when you are doing what you perceive to be meaningful --when it's something that's important to you.

When you do things for the Joy of It, you'll rise above problems, and move easier through life. When you love what you do, you naturally become more efficient. Make sense?

Value Based happiness is a by product from living a life Focused on the Joy. It is the by product of doing things not for what you get in return, not because you "should" or "have-to", but because you WANT to, because they are a part of your highest goals, and what you value. Value based happiness comes from looking at things with your heart, not just your eyes.

You create value based happiness by Focusing on the Joy of life, instead of racing to the next feel-good thrill.

So how do you Focus on the Joy?

Usually when you're expressing your values, when you're expressing what's important to you, and living out your highest goals, you'll feel joy. So you're giving to others at virtually no cost to you. When YOU experience joy, others around you feel it too.

With that in mind, what if I told you to throw out all your ideas about control, effectiveness, and goals?

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Focus On Learning. Instead of making a goal to achieve more in your job, decide instead to read and learn how to do one new thing each week.

Focus on Time. Schedule your time to include what's important to you, like reading time, or exercise time, or family time, or learning time.

Focus on the Why. Instead of just forcing yourself to mop the kitchen floor, tap into the higher goal that mopping the kitchen floor supports (having a clean and healthy home).

How does that feel? Not bad, huh! If you focus on the pleasure that a desire gives you, you'll find it easier to put in the work that it takes. (One author gives the example of giving blood - while the experience itself may be less than pleasant, the joy comes in knowing *why* you're doing it)

And I absolutely guarantee that you will achieve more, maintain your efforts, and have a much better journey along the way. Over the next 12 months, instead of focusing on the effort, FOCUS ON THE JOY. Focus on the people and things that are most important to you. Focus on the pleasure you get out of moving towards your goals. Focus on the process of creating something, not what results you expect.

Invest in yourself more than you ever thought was allowed. Not only will you reap rewards, but those around you will benefit more than you ever believed.

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