Your lifestyle - how you live, eat, emote, and think - determines your health. To prevent disease, you may have to change how you live.
I've heard claims that we can wish our way to perfect, permanent wellness, but I haven't seen any proof of that. Sickness and death are part of life. But you can optimize your life. You can make progress as you strive toward perfection.
Even people who aren't sick may not have optimal wellness.
We all have our 'good old days' tucked away inside our hearts, and we return to them in daydreams like cats to favorite armchairs.
It can't compare to Harmon. The lighting is so much better, the footing is better and the surface is better. We are looking forward to getting out there for those reasons and having a home-field advantage for the first time.
It's a fascinating book about what it takes to be a scientist.
Hopefully we'll get a chance to make some plays around the end zone and we can get in there.
It's surprising, but a lot of times we've had really talented running backs so once you get down to the goal line, we were able to run it in most of the time.
We don't like to cite people. They are not criminals. They are hardworking individuals and, for whatever reason, let their property go.
We finished strong last year. You could tell through the year (how they were improving). We were much, much better at the end of the year.