Have you ever felt you have enough and thinking of giving away things to others? If so, then your thinking is in right direction. Giving is good both for you and the recipients. It brings happiness to you and strength to receiver.
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House plants are not just for decorations. They are good companions and can help you fight depression and anxiety. Growing plants is easy. If you take care of plants, they reciprocate your care and affection by growing luxuriously and provide soothing effect.
A pregnant elephant was killed in Kerala. Why? All because she was seeking food. She did not attack anybody, she did not harm anyone.
You lost the job because of impact of Covid-19 pandemic on economy. It is not your fault. We are listening to serious negative impact of Covid-19 pandemic on world economy. People are losing their livelihood, there is increase in lay off, contract positions
During lockdown period, everything seems to be out of our control. Do not give up. There is always light at the end of tunnel. Few more days is this ordeal. Till then let us focus on our health.
Fruits are full of antioxidants and are good for health. Every edible fruit is a gift to mankind. Our digestive system adopted to fruits during evolution itself. There is enough science background and evidence to say that humans have been fruit and plant eaters from the beginning.
According to Campaign to End Loneliness, nearly half a million elders already experiencing protracted period of loneliness and isolation. COVID-19 outbreak is adding more problem to older people. Elders are most at risk from COVID-19.
Do you get puffy eyes or bags under your eyes? Many of us do. Women use different eye products, creams, surgery, laser treatment etc. to get rid of the eye bags.
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