Clayton's Johnny Dutch thanks his family after winning national track title News & Observer Former Clayton High track standout Johnny Dutch, who thought about quitting competitive running earlier this season, won the 400-meters hurdles national...
The Art Of The Thank-You The Jewish Week Every once in a while, I will hear someone complain that Jews don't say thank you. That's a large and loaded statement. But instead of feeling instantly defensive, I feel instantly sad.
Thank you for the music: A potted pictorial history of portable music devices Telegraph.co.uk Thirty five years ago, Sony revolutionised the way we listen to music with the launch of the minuscule (at the time) Walkman.
Glass Almanac Helping You Develop a Simple Habit: The Gratitude App for Glass Glass Almanac The Gratitude App for Google Glass is Glassware that aims to inspire greater positivity and success in the user's life.
High on life ... Best last day ever. Thank you to the world for being so beautiful. So much gratitude love and appreciation. (High on life ... Best last day ever. Thank you to the world for being so beautiful.
Roger Ellman's insight:
A good thank you fit for Thankly.com if ever we saw one!
Thank you for the music The Hindu The charmingly unpretentious Simmi Bhatia — scientist, wife, mother and music-lover-turned-impresario — has been presenting Indian classical music in Manhattan's stylish concert halls in recent years.
Roger Ellman's insight:
Thanks are good for anything that benefits, anything you appreciate...still "very Thankly!"
Over the years, I have discovered that Gratitude is the magic sauce that transforms lives. All these years, I have been grateful for my family, my friends and all the good stuff that has been given to me. For some odd reason, it had never occurred to me to be thankful for me– for who I am. I invite you to start a new tradition. Be Grateful for who you are now. Celebrate who who are now. Because chances are– you are AWESOME!
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Whether we grew up with much or little, it seems like gratitude is a lost virtue in our lives today. It always seems like we never have enough: clothes, time, Instagram likes, or money… I'm sure we can all think of things we don't ...
Thank you for a successful year Napa Valley Register Almost 100 people or businesses helped us in putting these events together – thank you! If we should happen to leave out the name of any person or business, we sincerely apologize.
Trenton 4-H says thanks Beaver Dam Daily Citizen The Trenton Highlights 4-H Club thanks all who helped contribute to our annual ice cream social. The social took place at the SAGES School in Fox Lake on June 22.
According to a prominent Australian researcher, drugs that combat aging may be available within five years, following landmark research. The study, published in a recent issue of the journal Science, finally proves that a single anti-aging enzyme in the body can be targeted, with the potential to prevent age-related diseases and extend lifespans. The paper shows all of the 117 drugs tested work on the single enzyme through a common mechanism. This means that a whole new class of anti-aging drugs is now viable, which could ultimately prevent cancer, Alzheimer's disease and type 2 diabetes. "Ultimately, these drugs would treat one disease, but unlike drugs of today, they would prevent 20 others," says the lead author of the paper, Professor David Sinclair, from UNSW Medicine, who is based at Harvard University. "In effect, they would slow aging."
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