I'm just saying that you should figure out what you believe in and live it completely." 22. "Take time to mourn what you've lost." FOR ADRINE LEE, THE KEY TO LONGEVITY LIES IN FOUR SIMPLE STEPS: 24. I take two stairs at a time, to get my muscles moving." 49.
"I'm not saying you have to practice one religion or another, or not practice one religion or another… "To stay healthy always, take the stairs and carry your own stuff.
IN 2011, HUFFINGTON POST INTERVIEWED A CENTENARIAN NAMED RUTH. The key to staying young is to keep moving." NBC TALKED TO A 100-YEAR-OLD DOCTOR WHO STILL RAN HIS OWN PRACTICE.
SINCE THE AGE OF 92, RUTH HAS COMMITTED TO WEEKLY PILATES CLASSES. HE HAD A FEW UNTRADITIONAL PIECES OF MEDICAL WISDOM TO SHARE.
"If you are embarrassed to be dating someone, you should not be dating them." 14. "Pain is mysterious, and having fun is the best way to forget it." 51. Remember: you don't know when your number is up, and you can't take it with you to the next place." 52. "Find a role model and aim to achieve even more than they could ever do." 54. Until one is 60 years old, it is easy to work for one's family and to achieve one's goals. Don't marry an older man, marry a younger one." WHAT ELSE? The advice also says: “Children under the age of 12 are rarely mature enough to cope in an emergency and should not be left at home alone for a long period of time.” But Mr Hemming said that definition was still open to wide interpretation which was leading to genuine confusion among parents.He said: “The Government claim that parents are allowed to decide whether their child is mature enough to be left alone. “What happens is that either the police or local authority social workers decide whether in their opinion the parents have neglected their child." He added: “We need to consider what is optimal, what is ill-advised and what should be criminal or require action from the local authority.” Figures obtained by the BBC showed that 510 people were arrested last year after it was deemed they had placed a child at risk by leaving them alone.He was subsequently convicted at magistrate's court and faced a lengthy battle to stop his five children being taken into care.He eventually had the conviction overturned on appeal.