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Why Sleep is Vital to Your Overall Health

sleeping-kittenBy: Ali Jan Qadir

The embrace of sleep can be one of the most coveted things a person can ask for after a long day. While the reason we need sleep as yet eludes medical science, it is inarguably necessary. Most of us have experienced the feeling of being tired and spent and then gone to sleep only to wake up completely refreshed—so where does the stress and tiredness go? Well obviously something happens while a person sleeps which alleviates the physical, emotional and mental exhaustions of a day. Even doctors sometimes recommend sleep as a remedy to slight fevers and stress induced headaches etc.

The virtues of sleep are far and wide and affect us in critical ways. How we generally function; our physical and mental productivity, well-being, and activity are all related to the hours of sleep we put ourselves through. Even Psychological health has been found to be effected by our sleeping habits.

Sleep has a restorative quality. While we sleep our body calms down to very low metabolism rate (basal metabolism rate) and general tiredness falls off us as we are weaned off a tiring agent (adenosine) produced by our brain while we are awake. Repairs also take place as muscle growth, protein synthesis etc. are speeded up. So when we wake up we feel refreshed as both our cognitive and physical function have completely recovered and we are again full of energy.

Uninterrupted sleep also hugely impacts the capacity to learn and our memories. When we sleep the new information we have acquisitioned in the hours we were awake is stabilized and consolidated and is stored as memory from which it is easy to recall when we’re awake; so sleep helps retain knowledge and hence enhances our learning process and memory: It makes us more productive—why this is, is a matter of conjecture but studies have found this to be the case, the more hours of sleep the better memory recall and learning a person can have and therefore the more productive a person can be.

Sleep also affects the cognitive brain functions, for right handed people, the right side controlled functions of the brain like reflexes expressive and receptive speech, complex verbal and mathematical skill are all profoundly affected by sleep—the more one sleeps the sharper all these functions will become, being able to perceive and express things better will definitely improve the on our social lives so that is a plus most will welcome.

Nowadays, in the internet age: with everything happening at super speeds and connectivity at an all-time high people care less about sleeping habits and a healthy sleeping routine, they caffeine up and take life late into the night while making room for only patches of sleep. Lack of sleep can cause irritability, moodiness, stress, and even depression–which basically translateto a nose dive in the quality of life. Motivation levels start to tank and this can lead to even worse problems. And all this can turn into a vicious cycle as stress and depression are known to cause insomnia, so one can get caught in a very bad place if one isn’t careful about sleeping habits: A person’s peace of mind will completely be ruined by such a turn of events.

To overcome sleeping disorders a very basic and simple answer is to start exerting yourself physically. Physical exertion causes fatigue in the muscles and increases body temperature so in turn is compensated by the brain by adding hours to deep sleep by cooling down and allowing muscles to relax, and it also helps in making one sleep faster and easier. Mental activities also help as one can try their hands at things like Sudoku or simpler still trying to use your unfavorable hand( left hand for someone who is right handed) etc.  This improves sleep regulation by the brain as its activity rate is improved. Distractions are also a source of lack of sleep which needs to be removed. But that doesn’t mean that one should tax the brain, because it needs to calm down for sleep to come. So the brain should be allowed to be in a relaxed state when a person is about to go to sleep—about a couple hours before bedtime that is. Caffeine drinks like Tea and Coffee or soft drinks, Alcohol and other such beverages should be avoided because both adversely affect sleep; caffeine is a well-known brain stimulant while Alcohol although it makes one drowsy at first ruins sleep after a couple of hours as it has slow acting stimulants. Another important thing is to correct one’s biological clock by making a steady routine for bedtime and getting up in the morning.

So by getting an ample amount of sleep on a regular basis one can avoid all the issues that may pop up from sleep deprivation and restore ones peace of mind, sleep is also a stress relieving exercise and additionally on top of it powers of rejuvenation it also increases productivity so it not only maintains one’s quality of life it actually improves on it. So while ‘early to bed, and early to rise, makes you healthy, wealthy and wise’ may be a clichéd and hackneyed phrase it is in fact a wise motto to believe in.

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Ali Jan Qadir is passionate about sharing what he learns. His articles always aims to give useful advice to his readers. His writing ranges from productivity to art. He also runs a blog about sleep and beds where his questions answers like what’s the best bed for back sleepers.

Patience



 

Patience is not even my secondary or tertiary virtue. I, like so many of us, want what I want when I want it. To be exact, I want my computer up and restored to what it was before the meltdown, and I want to spend not so much as a nanosecond of time or energy doing it. Unfortunately, blessed one, or perhaps fortunately, that’s not how recalibration works—with computers or in life.

When I was a kid, my mama used to say, “Patience is a virtue, second to none ….” It was always a reminder to be patient, and she always trailed off vocally in such a way that it reminded me that I clearly was not being patient. Drat!

My computer is still not “right.” It’s not wrong, either, but it’s still not right according to my specifications, and I’m letting it make me crazy except for when I’m not. Ah me. It’s a good learning.

One of the things we heard often in seminary was: don’t pray for patience—you’ll be given opportunities to practice it! I did it once so I can assure you that my professors were right.

So what is patience? Why is it a virtue? How do we cultivate it? What do we do when we’re lacking it?

According to the OED, the Latin roots of patience mean suffering. I’ll cop to it. When I’m impatient, I am suffering for sure. The first definition of the word reads:

  1. a. Bearing or enduring (pain, affliction, trouble, or evil of any kind) with composure, without discontent or complaint;

 

Bearing … standing

The lovely message of Solomon’s ring applies here: This Too Shall Pass. If you can remember that whatever is requiring your patience won’t last, it will help you stay patient. Ask yourself: will this be important in 10 years? Go backward through the times? Years? Months? Weeks? Etc. You’ll be surprised at how unimportant our impatience can become.

With … composure

When I’ve been known to get impatient in the past, I am so far from composed, it’s embarrassing. I have totally lost my composure and am usually mad, mad, mad. That’s not good for me or for the relationships in my life. If you’ve lost your composure, excuse yourself from the situation, and go somewhere privately where you can self-talk yourself off the impatience ledge where you are currently residing.


The other option is to become exceedingly conscious of your breath and only your breath. Let the world outside your breathing recede and allow yourself to focus within. The only place where any of us has any control is within our own selves. Take that control back.

Without … discontent or complaint

Oooh, here’s the rub. When I’m impatient, not only am I discontent (I don’t like the CONtent in my life at that moment!) but I’m also likely to be complaining—internally certainly, but more often externally and to whomever I can get to listen!

Stop. Stop complaining right now. It’s your mind thinking your thoughts causing your mouth to engage your vocal chords making those sounds that come out as complaints. Stop, right now. Breathe out. Do it again. The exhale causes the inhale.

Many years ago, I heard a sermon called “Impatient.” The clergy divided the word up into two and added punctuation.

I’m patient.

Believe it or not, it helps. As I’ve been writing this post, I’ve written a list of things my IT wizard will come fix before the end of this week. I have returned to composure and complaint-free living.

 

 

For more spiritual nourishment, visit Dr. Susan Corso’s blog

The Legacy of Global Inspiration, A Sincere Wish & Hope; It is our Opportunity to Spread The Goodness All Across The Universe

The Legacy of Global Inspiration, A Sincere Wish & Hope; It is our Opportunity to Spread The Goodness All Across The Universe

We owe our Immense Gratitude to The Universe / Nature for all the wonderful abilities and resources that we have, are and will be consistently provided with

As a token of thanks, we should seek to inspire one another consistently

The extent of this inspiration should reach across the various media channels and not only on The Internet alone

The Virtue of Inspiration that is within each and everyone of us should be communicated in  Schools, Colleges, Universities and Industries; all the World

We should encourage and for instance, when we open the Paper to read, When we switch on the T V channels, a certain importance should be accorded to The Virtue of Inspiration; that it deserves

When we read and hear the News, should also have Inspiration, Achievements, Accomplishments, Encouragement communicated / beamed across with a certain prominence that it deserves

It is not that only reporting the news should deviate but what is being humbly requested is that The Virtue of Inspiration be recognized for what it is

It’s agenda is to Inspire One Another, its objective is One Another’s Development; Its Reward is Global Development on a mutually beneficial and progressive basis

This is not seeking to proclaim or advertise (NOT at all), it is simply, very naturally and very humbly seeking to spread The Virtue of Inspiration with Appreciation and Immense Gratitude

It is hoped that when the Students / the Youth; who are indeed our Future Leaders, our Future Champions, our Future Industrialists and our Future Pioneers reflect proudly on their achievements accomplished so far

And draft their plans for the enterprising future that is interestingly awaiting their participation in it, they will be greeted with Inspiration all along the way

Each day is having a specific time frame, at least a few minutes accorded specifically to The Virtue of Inspiration

It could perhaps become a Subject, where competitions are held, ideas are expressed regarding how we could all participate and do our very best in our individual capacities for The World

The essence is not open identifying who achieved how much or how far or how slow one is; it is but seeking to gratefully acknowledge what we have each been provided and doing our best in return, within the reasonable possible means at our respective disposal

Even the smallest token of Inspiration is immensely powerful since it is seeking to remind each Person of the tremendous abilities that each and every one have so fortunately provided with

It is not deviating from the reality or being impractical (NOT at all); it is acknowledging the various factors wisely and attending to each sphere / each aspect of the daily assignments / agendas in their responsible methods, however with a certain element of inspiration prevailing consistently

For our Future Leaders, The Youth, if possible, they should be provided within their curriculum / syllabus; encouragement to hold debates / competitons on the Subject:- The Virtue of Inspiration

This is a unique opportunity for each and every one of us to invest our efforts of leaving behind a rich legacy of the very finest that could be imagined, that could be created, that could be envisaged, for our Current and Future Generations

It is but a humble token of Appreciation and Gratitude that is being invested in, it is simply a little time, a few minutes each and every day, but a constructive endeavor indeed

Our Parents, Our Families, Our Teachers, Our Friends, Our Communities, Our Countries, Our Wonderful World has and is always providing us with the Very Best

It is our privilege to reciprocate this goodness and invest our endeavors towards investing in The Legacy of Global Inspiration and rejoice in its noble achievements

It is a triumphant Victory for The World; It is a Reward for One and All, The Virtue of Inspiration is seeking our participation in this humble agenda manifested/envisioned

The Legacy of Global Inspiration, It is A Sincere, It is A Sincere Hope, It is A Dream; It is an Aspiration that continually fills us with more and more of Inspiration

It is our Opportunity to Spread The Goodness All Across The Universe for Now and for our Future Generations respectively

The Legacy of Global Inspiration, It is Yours, It is Theirs, It is Ours, It is Great,It is Wonderful, The Virtue of Inspiration

Sarve Bhavantu Sukhina; Sarve Bhavantu Sukhina

May One and All be Happy;May One and All have well-being;

May Happiness be showered on all;May One and All be Healthy

O Lord Protect us

O Lord Guide us

O Lord Grant us Wisdom

O Lord Lead us from darkness to Light (From ignorance to Knowledge)

O Lord May there be Universal Peace, Happiness, Prosperity and Progress

Best Wishes,
Vashi Ram Chandi

 

The Tao of Humility

“Humility is knowing your place. Humiliation is being put in your place.”
Mitch Fuller Rb.E.

“Humility is the essential characteristic of the true warrior. Without it, he (she) is an ugly brute who has no place in society.”
C.W. Nicol ‘Moving Zen, Karate as a way to Gentleness”

I recently attended an ethics workshop put on by The Williams Institute, a non profit organization whose mission is to “build ethics in community”, www.ethics-twi.org Interesting, one of the sessions was on ‘humility ethics’, a concept that Donald Blumenfield-Jones, an Associate Professor of Curriculum, Ethics, and Education from Arizona State University presented. Much of what I write here is an integration of what I learned in that two day workshop and from other diverse sources.

Humility is, in many ways, a very abstract concept. Take a moment and see if you can come up with a personal definition of what it is for you. If you were to paint a picture of the idea of humility, what would it be? The kanji for humility combines the characters for ‘state of mind’ and ‘truth’. Emmanuel Levinas wrote in his book, “Totality and Infinity” that the “I” is irreducibly alone and unique in the world. When your state of mind is clear and your awareness is at a point that realizes that truth then an awareness of ethics manifests that ethics (how we treat one another) is something that occurs between two people who are each irreducibly alone and unique in the world and are more then the roles they play, the clothes they wear, the groups/tribes they belong to. In fact, they become ‘infinite’.

The study of the ethics that occurs between two infinite beings and how they treat or relate to one another begins with the same realization that the study of taichi and yoga is embarked upon. As Blumenfield-Jones states, “It begins with the humility of what I cannot know or even hope to know”. We have this concrete manifestation of the infinite that we utilize to seek to raise our awareness of, learn to articulate or put into words the feelings and body/energy/spirit knowledge (sensible knowledge) that seems to resist language and take actions that promote and take responsibility for the Other Infinite Beings and they in turn take responsibility for us. Jeannette’s story below exemplifies the connection that occurs when we become open to that infinity in one another and the roles that we play, in her story, the roles of doctor, nurse, patient, son, mom, fall off of us and we stand before and within that infinity of being. That understanding and realization gives birth to the other elements of ethics regarding justice, virtue, obligation and duty, utilitarian results and care or equalitarian practices.

It is so easy to wake up and start the treadmill of the roles we play. Starting the day with some tai chi, chi gung or yoga play puts us in touch with the energy of our being, reminds us of our unique experiential process of being and makes us mindful that the Others we encounter are on a similar journey and we can learn from each of their unique paths as they can learn from ours. Starting from that place of humility allows us to treat the Others with respect, kindness and patience and to allow that for ourselves as well.

I leave you this month with two contemplations that can help you remember your unique place in this space and time

“When I, nature’s servant, stand alone at night and gaze upon the stars that reign over the darkness of this small planet, I marvel at how small am I, nature’s servant.”
anonymous

“For me the world is weird because it is stupendous, awesome, mysterious, unfathomable; my interest has been to convince you that you must assume responsibility for being here, in this marvelous world, in this marvelous desert, in this marvelous time. I wanted to convince you that you must learn to make every act count, since you are going to be here for only a short while; in fact, too short for witnessing all the marvels of it.”
Carlos Castaneda – ‘Journey to Ixtlan”

Jeannette’s Letter 

"A beautiful death is for people who have lived like animals to die like angels."
– Mother Teresa

Hello Everyone,

Just wanted to touch base with you all and tell you about what had happened to me the three days following when we were together.

If you remember, I am an RN working in a hospital, (YRMC-on the medical/telemetry/pediatric floor), and I come across death/dying most days that I work. As a nurse, it is my job to advocate for the patient when he/she is unable to do so. I have never had a problem standing up to doctors, other nurses, or family if necessary. But one area that I was not effectively/actively advocating for, was the patient’s right to die…I discovered.

Myrna had been fighting cancer for the past few years, aggressively for the past few months. Cancer had explored and conquered most of Myrna’s body, including lymph nodes and bones. She also had picked up nasty infections that mostly settled in her lungs, (as a result of the radiation killing the good cells off as well as the bad.)

The night that she first became my patient, was the day the doctors decided to put a chest tube in. (If you don’t know about chest tubes, you are awake when they put them in, and it hurts like hell!) This one particularly was a tough one, as Myrna was so full of infection in her lung, that the doctor had to be extra forceful when inserting the tube. That night I was giving her morphine around the clock, every hour or two. And wondering why in the hell they were being so aggressive in this stage of Myrna’s cancer! But I didn’t say anything, just kept giving her drugs and trying to keep her comfortable. This was the day before I came to the workshop…

When I got back to work, (Monday night), I took care of Myrna again. They had just removed the chest tube that day. And although she was more lucid, and less painful, she was tired. Bone tired. Her son never left her side during all of this. He slept by her bedside, night after night. Calling for help if she woke uncomfortable or needing anything. It was a beautiful relationship to witness between a mother and son.

The next night, Tuesday, when I walked into the room I sensed an anxiety that wasn’t there before. I asked what had happened that day and was told that Myrna had asked about going home. The doctor had told her that she "needs to eat more to get stronger, and start exercising to increase her stamina." He also told her that her lungs had "pockets of infection" that he wanted to drain off before she left. Maybe even put in another chest tube. As she told me all of this, with her son helping in parts, she couldn’t look me in the eyes. The son kept saying, "We just got to get you a little stronger Mom. Are you hungry?" She would just shake her head "no". The son also had a hard time making eye contact. I knew that they didn’t want to go ahead with this course of action, and needed to talk, but as I had 5 other very sick patients to look after, I didn’t have the time to spend with them, so I told them to think about what choices they have and gave her anti-anxiety medicine (I know, sad but true) and looked in on everyone else.

Around 3 am, Myrna was asking for pain medicine and she said that she was still having a hard time sleeping. Her son again was repeating what the doctor had told them ("Gotta get stronger", etc.), and so I got her some pain medicine and then asked the son to step out of the room with me. At this point I had some time, my other patients were all sleeping. I asked him what he thought was going on with his mom. And what he thought was going to happen with his mom. For the next hour and half he talked and I listened (just listened, unless I was asked a direct question). By the end he was sitting down across from me in the hall and looking me straight in the eyes. Through tears (his and mine) laughter, and honest soul seeking he told me he was going to bring his mom home with hospice.

He went into the room and I didn’t see them both until an hour later. They were both smiling and holding hands. Myrna looked me in the eye and said, "I am going home. Thank you."

Wednesday morning I made sure that she was going to get home. By the time I got back to work Wed. night, she had left. The day nurse told me that the doctor tried to change her mind, but once Myrna was able to speak her truth, nobody could stop her.

My lesson learned?

I have been empowered with the knowledge of how to help my fellow man in all of the aspects of dying. I realize that we all are interconnected and if we just stop and listen, really listen, with our hearts full of love, we cannot hurt another human. We can let them know that they are loved and not alone. Which in turn empowers them.

Thank you Peter and everyone!

Love,
Jeannette

Awareness is indeed an “Extremely Important and Beneficial Virtue”

Awareness is indeed an "Extremely Important and Beneficial Virtue"

Awareness enables us to make Responsible decisions on the pathways of this Wonderful Life

Awareness guides and influences the trajectory of each endeavor practically, with utilization of logic and prudent acumen

Awareness prevents the necessity of having a person to go through experiences that could either prove to be crucial / detrimental with repercussive ramifications and compliments the entire structure of each endeavor proficiently by bestowing the individual with full fledged knowledge and the cutting edge well beforehand, thereby constructively orchestrating the Rhythm of Life meritoriously,

Awareness spreads the richness that Life has to offer each and every one of us consistently in each and every wonderful moment

By being Aware, we are able to deploy the resources strategically that each one of us has been fortunately bestowed with, in a privileged manner,

Awareness, as simple as it may appear is indeed a gift that each and every one of us possesses within the wonderful virtues that we have been bestowed with

Let us take the opportunity at each instance to be aware of each moment, of each thought, of each action, of each endeavor, of each perspective, of each task / assignment and be thankful of having been endowed / bestowed with amongst the very finest that Life has to provide always,

Each and Everyone of us has/have the power of awareness within us, Always in all ways, we have to be is to recognize and utilize this talented virtue responsibly

Before we venture towards taking any action, let us utilize the investigative power of awareness with care; of being aware of what is right and wrong instead of rushing into judging or reaching our own conclusions on the basis of what we have heard from a known or unknown source.

Awareness; it is Great to be Aware. Being aware makes a tremendous difference to each and every aspect of Life.

The importance of awareness cannot be emphasized enough since each and every moment / day, being aware has its own rewards that encompasses each and every facet of this Wonderful Life consistently,

It is a sincere request; to Please kindly:-

Be Accountable

Be Aware

Be Responsible

Be Well Informed

Be Careful

Be Diligent

Be Intelligent

Be Courageous BUT Wise and Responsible Of Course Please

The above are a very few aspects that pertain to the above and naturally there are various other details / aspects that need to be taken into very careful consideration, accountability and application consistently with due diligence and prudent acumen and of course time and again with complete / total Accountability and Responsibility

Important:-
Please kindly make note that the above details is / are not endorsed view(s) or suggestion(s), it / they is / are only an expression of a view point(s) that are being expressed in good faith at this moment in time and it might be very much possible that each individual endeavor might merit a more stringent, a more stronger and higher level of Responsibility and effective guidelines and COMPLIANCE and ADHERENCE to certain Protocol, Rules, LAWS AND REGULATIONS and other associated factors; So at any instance(s) any decision(s) / action(s) taken by the concerned Individual(s) / Person(s) remains entirely their own / complete / total Responsibility.

NO warranties regarding the accuracy, completeness, reliability of any of the above details featured are provided in any way whatsoever.In NO event whatsoever shall the author of this article be responsible for damages of any nature whatsoever resulting from the use of or reliance upon the information featured. The details featured herewith are in good faith BUT in no way assure or guarantee any results / performances from what is sincerely Hoped for since every action(s) / decision(s) taken by the concerned Individual(s) remains completely and entirely the concerned Individual(s) Responsibility and at their sole discretion and risk.Henceforth, this point of view should not be completely relied upon since you would have to obviously take your own Responsibility in attending to each endeavor with Utmost Care, Attention, Precaution, Caution, Due Diligence, Prudent Acumen, Time and Again Repeatedly with Responsibility and a host of various other factors that might have to be taken into careful consideration and assessment accordingly; so Please kindly carefully verify at each and every step(s), each and every detail(s) meticulously and diligently Please. Thank You for your attention.

Best Wishes,
Vashi Ram Chandi

The Virtue of Appreciation, Every Moment is Magnificent, Every Moment is Brilliant and Splendid

The Virtue of Appreciation, Every Moment is Magnificent, Every Moment is Brilliant and Splendid

The Virtue of Appreciation Life is a Continual Replenishment of Appreciation, Life Replenishes us every moment and provides us with an abundance of Happiness,

Appreciation creates greater opportunities and enables the perception of pathways which would otherwise appear and remain as a distant mirage,

Appreciation is the treasured attitude within each and every one of us which needs to be recognized and understood, to be expressed and experienced,

Appreciation is the virtue that does not reside far away from us but is very much within each and every one of us, the awareness and expression of this is a matter of understanding and realizing the immense and potential value of each and every intrinsic and treasured moment that we have and are being continually gifted with, Appreciation Regarding The Wonderful Attributes Life Has Endowed Us With & Continually Keeps Bestowing Upon Us, Appreciation is Wonderful virtue that can be expressed time and again, for all the wonderful assets and treasures that each and every one of us have been very fortunately bestowed and endowed with.

All of us are extremely fortunate for various reasons, from amongst which, certain of the aspects are outstanding, such as:- The ability to Think The ability to Speak to Express The ability to Function

Amongst the most remarkable appreciation is the Appreciation expressed to our Family, most importantly to our Parents, the Love and Respect to our Parents who always provide us with so many cherished values and teach us principles of Life, Our Family Members who support us and inspire us to endeavor to excel, Our Family which comprises of our Friends, our Community, our Wonderful Country, our Wonderful Universe and its Wonderful People, always encouraging us to take the initiative to endeavor to contribute our efforts towards spreading the virtual elements of Hope, Peace, Love, Joy, Prosperity, Progress and always The Very Best for all at all times, in all aspects and all instances consistently, Thank you for the virtue of Awareness and the virtue of Appreciation,

Awareness is indeed an "Extremely Important and Beneficial Virtue"

Awareness enables us to make responsible decisions on the pathway of this Beautiful Life,

Awareness guides and influences the trajectory of each endeavor practically, with utilization of logic and prudent acumen

Awareness; it is Great to be Aware. Being aware makes a tremendous difference to each and every aspect of Life

The importance of awareness cannot be emphasized enough since each and every moment / day, being aware has its own rewards that encompasses each and every facet of this Beautiful Life. In this context, the important virtue of Appreciation, of being aware of the tremendous assets and treasures that each and every one of us have been gifted with is a remarkable asset by itself since with appreciation and recognition come greater rewards since by appreciating with gratitude with awareness, we are attracting to ourselves greater achievements whilst of course attending to our "Responsibilities" and "Assignments" efficiently, promptly and with an attitude of Appreciate Gratitude and Complete Awareness,

Appreciate Life and its Wonderful Moments, Make each and every moment count please, Make each and every moment Matter please! Matter and Count, like nothing else, since this Moment that has evolved and is passing by holds within it tremendous opportunities, recognize the immense potential and value of each and every Moment, be Appreciative, be Thankful, do your Very Best always for our Wonderful Universe and its Wonderful People always Please, Thank you very Much

Important:-
Please kindly make note that the above details is / are not endorsed view(s) or suggestion(s), it / they is / are only an expression of a view point(s) that are being expressed in good faith at this moment in time and it might be very much possible that each individual endeavor might merit a more stringent, a more stronger and higher level of Responsibility and effective guidelines and COMPLIANCE and ADHERENCE to certain Protocol, Rules, LAWS AND REGULATIONS and other associated factors; So at any instance(s) any decision(s) / action(s) taken by the concerned Individual(s) / Person(s) remains entirely their own / complete / total Responsibility.

NO warranties regarding the accuracy, completeness, reliability of any of the above details featured are provided in any way whatsoever.In NO event whatsoever shall the author of this article be responsible for damages of any nature whatsoever resulting from the use of or reliance upon the information featured. The details featured herewith are in good faith BUT in no way assure or guarantee any results / performances from what is sincerely Hoped for since every action(s) / decision(s) taken by the concerned Individual(s) remains completely and entirely the concerned Individual(s) Responsibility and at their sole discretion and risk.Henceforth, this point of view should not be completely relied upon since you would have to obviously take your own Responsibility in attending to each endeavor with Utmost Care, Attention, Precaution, Caution, Due Diligence, Prudent Acumen, Time and Again Repeatedly with Responsibility and a host of various other factors that might have to be taken into careful consideration and assessment accordingly; so Please kindly carefully verify at each and every step(s), each and every detail(s) meticulously and diligently Please. Thank You for your attention.

Best Wishes,
Vashi Ram Chandi

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