Tuesday, March 22, 2011

How to Cure Nearly Any illness - Without Drugs

As Received,

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From: izhar zia
Date: Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 12:06 AM

How to Solve Nearly Any Illness - Without Drugs
There are certain basic tenets of optimal health that have always remained permanent truths, and by consistently adhering to them, you give yourself the best chance at a long and healthy life.
These 10 strategies promote overall health, as opposed to chasing and watering down various symptoms:
  1. Eat a healthy diet that's right for your nutritional type (paying very careful attention to keeping your insulin levels down) -- This aspect is so important for optimal health; I now offer my entire online nutritional typing program for free.
  2. Drink plenty of clean water
  3. Manage your stress
  4. Exercise regularly -- I actually view exercise as a drug with regard to being properly prescribed and having proper dosage,  And it's one that you can readily substitute for some of the most common drugs used today for things like diabetes, heart disease and depression.

    High-intensity, burst-type exercises like Peak 8 are particularly beneficial for optimal health, as it effectively boosts fat loss, improves muscle strength, tone and endurance, and causes your body to produce human growth hormone (HGH).
  5. Optimize your vitamin D levels by getting appropriate amounts of sun exposure, or by taking an oral vitamin D3 supplement
  6. Limit exposure to toxins
  7. Consume healthy fats such as omega-3 fat, coconut oil and pure butter
  8. Eat plenty of raw food
  9. Optimize your insulin and leptin levels
  10. Get plenty of sleep
Remember, leading a common sense, healthy lifestyle is your best bet to produce a healthy body and mind, and increase your longevity.
Unfortunately, both the pharmaceutical industry and the food industry won't make it easy for you to avoid the garbage that ruins your health.
The drug industry spends about $15 billion a year manipulating and distorting your perceptions about the proper solutions for your health challenges. The answer is to take self-responsibility and educate yourself so that you can make better, healthier choices.  
By adhering to the basic tenets of optimal health provided above, you will build a healthy mind and body, thereby safeguarding yourself against a multitude of health problems and serious diseases.









Bst Rgds,
Mohammed Shakir 

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"Watch your thoughts; they become words. Watch your words; they become actions. Watch your actions; they become habits. Watch your habits; they become character. Watch your character; it becomes your destiny."

Quran [2:216]  But you may dislike something which is good for you, and you may like something which is bad for you. GOD knows while you do not know.
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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Brilliant Advice from Dad to Son

Beautiful letter written by a father to his son! This applies to daughters too. Use this in your teachings to your children.
Following is a letter to his son from a renown Hong Kong TV broadcaster cum Child Psychologist. The words are actually applicable to all of us, young or old, children or parents.!

I am writing this to you because of 3 reasons

1.Life, fortune and mishaps are unpredictable, nobody knows how long he lives. Some words are better said early.

2.I am your father, and if I don't tell you these, no one else will. 

3.What is written is my own personal bitter experiences that perhaps could save you a lot of unnecessary heartaches. 
Remember the following as you go through life

1. Do not bear grudge (harbor ill feelings) towards those who are not good to you. No one has the responsibility of treating you well, except your mother and I. To those who are good to you, you have to treasure it and be thankful, and ALSO you have to be cautious, because, everyone has a motive for every move. When a person is good to you, it does not mean he really likes you. You have to be careful, don't hastily regard him as a real friend.
2.  No one is indispensable, nothing in the world that you must possess.  Once you understand this idea, it would be easier for you to go through life when people around you don't want you anymore, or when you lose what/who you love most.
3. Life is short. When you waste your life today, tomorrow you would find that life is leaving you. The earlier you treasure your life, the better you enjoy life.
4. Love is but a transient feeling, and this feeling would fade with time and with one's mood. If your so called loved one leaves you, be patient, time will wash away your aches and sadness. Don't over exaggerate the beauty and sweetness of love, and don't over exaggerate the sadness of falling out of love.
5. A lot of successful people did not receive a good education, that does not mean that you can be successful by not studying hard! Whatever knowledge you gain is your weapon in life. One can go from rags to riches, but one has to start from some rags!
6. I do not expect you to financially support me when I am old, either would I financially support your whole life. My responsibility as a supporter ends when you are grown up. After that, you decide whether you want to travel in a public transport or in your limousine, whether rich or poor.
7. You honour your words, but don't expect others to be so. You can be good to people, but don't expect people to be good to you. If you don't understand this, you would end up with unnecessary troubles.
8. I have bought lotteries for umpteen years, but I never strike any prize. That shows if you want to be rich, you have to work hard! There is no free lunch!
9. No matter how much time I have with you, let's treasure the time we have together. We do not know if we would meet again in our next life.

Your Ever loving Dad.

Thanks & Best Regards,  


Saturday, March 12, 2011

Step By Step Guide for UAE Online Visa

Emirates Airline: UAE visa online

  • Xpress / Nadeem Hanif
  • Published: May 27, 2010
Emirates has launched a new online visa system for people from 56 countries, including India, Pakistan and the Philippines, visiting the UAE. XPRESS provides a step-by-step guide.
1 After you book tickets click on "Manage a Booking" on www.emirates.com and follow on-screen instructions. One-way flights are not eligible. Pay $57 (Dh209) for a 30-day visa and $44 (Dh162) for a 96-hour visa (plus $17 (Dh62) service charge and sales taxes for both). Residents of some countries may have to pay deposit of Dh1,000.
2 Upload copies of passport bio page, photograph and proof of residence for transfer to Dubai immigration.
3 Track status of visa application on "Manage a Booking" using visa application number.
4 Visa will be delivered electronically within four days. All payments are by credit card. Deposit will be reversed on credit card upon confirmation of exit from the UAE.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Friendz Be Happy Where You Are

Sadly, many of us continually postpone our happiness - indefinitely. It's not that we consciously set out to do so, but that we keep convincing ourselves, "Someday I'll be happy."

We tell ourselves we'll be happy when our bills are paid, when we get out of school, get our first job, a promotion. We convince ourselves that life will be better after we get married, have a baby, then another. Then we are frustrated that the kids aren't old enough we'll be more content when they are. After that, we're frustrated that we have teenagers to deal with. We will certainly be happy when they are out of that stage. We tell ourselves that our life will be complete when our spouse gets his or her act together, when we get a nicer car, are able to go on a nice vacation, when we retire.

The truth is, there's no better time to be happy than right now.

If not now, when? Your life will always be filled with challenges. It's best to admit this to yourself and decide to be happy anyway.

One of my favorite quotes comes from Alfred D'Souza. He said, "For a long time it had seemed to me that life was about to begin - real life. But there was always some obstacle in the way, something to be got through first, some unfinished business, time still to be served, a debt to be paid. Then life would begin. At last it dawned on me that these obstacles were my life." This perspective has helped me to see that there is no way to happiness. Happiness is the way. So, treasure every moment that you have! And treasure it more because you shared it with someone special, special enough to spend your time. .... and remember that time waits for no one...

Yesterday is history
Tomorrow a mystery
Today is a gift
That's why it's called the present!


Smile..... Good Morning

 Smile at the sky
It’s so pretty
It sets me free
When I’m sad
I go outside
When I’m happy
I go outside

A smile emerges on my face
So far and wide
Just like the sky
The smiling sky whom I smile back to
Smile at the sky

Are you happy?
You’re already outside and smiling
Are you sad?
Smile at the sky

Smile at the sky
And give him a grin or two
Remember he loves you too
Smile at the sky
Smile at the sky


Tuesday, March 8, 2011

UAE Police Warning - Please read.

 While driving in a rural area of the roadway in Al Warqa on Thursday morning a car driver saw an infant car seat on the side of the road with a blanket draped over it. For whatever reason he did not stop even though he had all kinds of thoughts running through his mind. But when he got to his destination he called the Police and they replied that were going to check it out. But, this is what the Police advised him even before they went out there to check.

There are several things to be well aware of. Gangs & thieves are now plotting different ways to get a person (mostly women) to stop their vehicle and get out of the car.

There is a gang initiation reported by the local Police where gangs are placing a car seat by the road with a fake baby in it ! Waiting for a woman, of course, to stop & check on the abandoned baby.

Note that the location of this car seat is usually beside a wooded or grassy (field) area & the person -- woman -- will be dragged into the woods, beaten up, raped & usually left for dead. If it's a man, they're usually beaten up & robbed and maybe left for dead, too.


If you are driving at night & eggs are thrown at your windscreen don’t stop to check the car, don’t operate the wiper & don’t spray any water because eggs when mixed with water become milky & block your vision up to 92.5% & you are then forced to stop beside the road & become a victim of these criminals.
This is a new technique used by gangs around Al Khawaneej, Mirdiff, Al Aweer, Al warqa & Int’l City. Hence please inform your friends & relatives.

These are desperate times & these unsavory individuals will take any desperate measures to get what they want. Please talk to your loved ones about this. This is a new tactic used. Please be safe.
Get started now send this message to all your friends & loved ones to be careful & aware of everything around them so as not to become a victim.

Monday, March 7, 2011

Our Lives

As we look back over our lives, it is not too difficult to
see that what we Went through was for a purpose and
helped to prepare us for some valuable Work in life. 
Everything in our lives can help make us of some use
in the World. 
Each person's life is like the pattern of a mosaic.
Each thing that Happens to us is like one tiny stone
in the mosaic, and each tiny stone fitsInto the
perfected pattern of the mosaic of our life,
which has been Designed by God.  ~unknown~  

Types of BOSSes!!! Choose which one's yours...

"Dream is not that what you see in your sleep, Dream is the thing which do not allow you to sleep"

Bosses Expectations.....

Bosses Expectations…….

"Dream is not that what you see in your sleep, Dream is the thing which do not allow you to sleep"

Bst Rgds,
Mohammed Shakir

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Quran [2:216]  But you may dislike something which is good for you, and you may like something which is bad for you. GOD knows while you do not know.
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Thursday, March 3, 2011

Part-time work permit protects students' rights in UAE

Students sponsored by their universities are now permitted to legally work by the Ministry of Labour and can avoid getting ripped off
·  By Rania Moussly, Staff Reporter
·  Published: 14:20 January 30, 2011 
·  It was previously illegal for students above the age of 18 on university sponsorship to take up work unless they transferred their sponsorship to their employer. Picture for illustrative purposes only.
·  Image Credit: Gulf News Archive
Dubai: Students on university sponsorship can now legally work part-time upon receiving a permit from the Ministry of Labour under a new decree issued as part of the UAE Labour Law.
The new part-time work permit regulation went into effect this year and is aimed at protecting student rights to stop employers exploiting them, said a ministry official.
It was previously illegal for students above the age of 18 on university sponsorship to take up work unless they transferred their sponsorship to their employer, added the official.
The new part-time work permit decree was issued along with the teenage work permit that allows those aged 15 to 18 to take up work within stringent guidelines.
Nevertheless, before the introduction of the permit some students on university and parental/guardian sponsorship still took up part-time work through temporary promotional jobs that paid cash.
"There are a large number of students who come from abroad to study here and want to earn a living," said Ali Ahmad, a former student victim of employer exploitation. "They think the UAE is like the West where they can earn extra money, but once they see the harsh reality they resort to working illegally and get ripped off."
Ahmad himself is owed almost Dh20,000 for three months part-time work in a free zone advertising agency.
"Lots of students work and sign temporary fraudulent contracts without realising they are being cheated because it's a fake document," he said.
However, university officials believe that the introduction of this new decree will put employers at ease, increasing part-time work opportunities on offer for students.

"It used to be that previously employers were reluctant to formally approach students or universities about part-time employment because of the legal issues," said Fouad Jasem, Manager of career development services, Middlesex University Dubai. "After the announcement of the new decree the number of employers approaching us has increased significantly."

Jasem added the Middlesex careers department now posts up to three part-time jobs daily as opposed to previous sporadic internship postings. Yet, Career Services officer at the Canadian University of Dubai, Mary Allison, believes the new decree will increase student opportunities for paid internships.
"Previously a lot of companies were willing to pay students for their internships but because they were on the university's visa it became illegal for them to do so," she said.

It would seem the new decree is just in time as Dubai Women's College (DWC) reports unprecedented student interest for part-time work by its nearly 2,500 strong Emirati student body.

"I would say approximately 15 per cent of our students definitely want to take up part-time employment," said Rabiaa Bekhazi, Careers supervisor, DWC. "This is the first year we've seen increasing student demand for part-time jobs; which indicates a level of maturity in their thinking, as work to be something they now expect to move towards."

Although students across the country are eager to earn their keep, Bekhazi believes companies in the UAE may take longer to come to terms with a new concept.

"The student demand is evident but we need a market answer, where companies prepare tailored packages and roles, from an HR perspective, for this character of workers," she said. "A lot of work needs to go into companies preparing to accept part-time student workers as they differ greatly from mature workers."
Even though it is too early to gage employer response, students are no doubt pleased with the introduction of the new decree.

"It is still going on, those employers that don't pay or lie about their contracts and this might not change, but at least now students are protected by the government," said Sany Jab, a student at the SAE Institute Dubai.

The part-time work permit applies to four categories of persons:
1. Resident workers in full-time employment holding a valid labour card
2. Co-dependent sponsored residents i.e: housewives on their husband's sponsorship
3. Residents aged 18 and above
4. Government employees
Those issued with a part-time work permit are not limited to the number of part-time jobs they can take up.

The government can issue a part-time work permit despite the objection of a full-time employer and an individual's residency status if there is a labour case raised at the courts through the labour ministry.

Never Judge Anyone By Their Appearance

One beautiful spring day a red rose blossomed in a forest. 
Many kinds of trees and plants grew there. As the rose looked around, 
a pine tree nearby said, "What a beautiful flower. I wish I was that lovely." 
Another tree said, "Dear pine, do not be sad, we can not have everything."
The rose turned its head and remarked, "It seems that I am the most beautiful plant in this forest." 

A sunflower raised its yellow head and asked, "Why do you say that? 
In this forest there are many beautiful plants. You are just one of them." 
The red rose replied, "I see everyone looking at me and admiring me." 
Then the rose looked at a cactus and said, "Look at that ugly plant full of thorns!" 
The pine tree said, "Red rose, what kind of talk is this? 
Who can say what beauty is you have thorns too."
The proud red rose looked angrily at the pine and said, "I thought you had good taste!
 You do not know what beauty is at all. You can not compare my thorns to that of the cactus."
What a proud flower, thought the trees.
The rose tried to move its roots away from the cactus, but it could not move. 
As the days passed, the red rose would look at the cactus and say insulting things, 
like "This plant is useless. How sorry I am to be his neighbor."
The cactus never got upset and he even tried to advise the rose, saying, 
"God did not create any form of life without a purpose."
Spring passed, and the weather became very warm. 
Life became difficult in the forest, as the plants and animals needed water and no rain fell. 
The red rose began to wilt. 

One day the rose saw sparrows stick their beaks into the cactus and then fly away, refreshed. 
This was puzzling, and the red rose asked the pine tree what the birds were doing. 
The pine tree explained that "the birds got water from the cactus." 
"Does it not hurt when they make holes?" asked the rose.
"Yes, but the cactus does not like to see any birds suffer," replied the pine.
The rose opened its eyes in wonder and said, "The cactus has water." 
"Yes you can also drink from it. 
The sparrow can bring water to you if you ask the cactus for help."
The red rose felt too ashamed of its past words and behavior to ask for water from the cactus, 
but then it finally did ask the cactus for help.
The cactus kindly agreed and the birds filled their beaks with water
 and watered the rose's roots. 

Thus the rose learned a lesson and never judged anyone by their appearance again.  

Six Principles of Life!