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Vol. 1 No.170

MONDAY Jan. 14 2013

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Effort vs. Reward The shul was filled to the brim. All eyes fixed upon the Maggid as he beautifully expounded upon the topics in his lecture. After the lecture concluded, a Rabbi approached the Maggid and said, “In the first instance, I must commend you as I thoroughly enjoyed your lecture. However, I have a question to propose…” the Rabbi trailed off. The Maggid leaned forward and smiled. “Well,” the Rabbi started, “We both prepare our derosha’s upon verses from the Torah and as such we should both expect to receive the same recognition for our efforts. Yet, I note that your lecture’s are highly anticipated and greeted with appreciation whilst I do not experience any such feedback and receive little thanks for all my effort.” The Maggid pondered the question and carefully responded, “Listen well, with all due respect to our Torah; I will compare the two of us to a pair of thieves who stole a pair of shoes each. Each pair had exactly the same worth – thirty dollars. The first thief hurried to sell the stolen pair of shoes and made ten


dollars profit. The second thief was more innovative and took his pair of shoes home and rolled up his sleeves and set to work. He re-designed the shoes, opened the seams and re-finished them adding his own concept of style. He then polished the shoes to a full sheen and went to sell them. He set the going price for fifty dollars and received the full amount.” The Maggid looked the Rabbi in the face and gently said, “The same goes for our lectures. We both take our merchandise from the same source, our holy Torah. Yet, Chazal have taught that “The reward is commensurate with the effort” (Avos 5:26). Know, my friend, that the praise, honour and feedback we receive is proportionate to the amount of time and effort we put into preparing our lectures, work hard, sweat a little for the Torah, think about the lecture that you are preparing, let the pearls and wisdom of the Torah enter your mind and then you will merit and reap!”

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Road to Fitness: Sleep for Your Health

We hear a lot about the effects of diet and exercise on health, but adequate sleep plays an equally important role. Studies show that chronic lack of sleep is linked to obesity, diabetes, heart disease and decreased mental health. The less rest and recovery your body gets, the weaker your immune system becomes. Study’s show that sleep deprivation can also affect the body’s response to vaccines. When the immune system is suppressed, the bodies’ response is slower to build up sufficient antibodies to fight off disease. Despite growing awareness of the importance of getting enough shut-eye, more than 30 percent of U.S. adults get fewer than the recommended seven to eight hours a night. Experts suggest these tried and true tips for a good night’s sleep:

• Avoid substances that contain caffeine,

such as chocolate, coffee, teas and soft drinks, as well as nicotine and alcohol too close to bedtime. If you do have caffeine, try to make sure it is no closer than 6 hours before you plan to go to sleep. Alcohol is a depressant that not only interferes with deeper stages of sleep, but relaxes muscles in the throat, increasing chances of snoring and breathing problems. Nicotine is a stimulant, raising blood pressure and elevating the heart rate. Taking sleeping pills on a regular basis can also interfere with


sleep cycles, and may create dependency.

• Try

to establish a regular schedule for going to bed and waking up. Your body functions at its best when set patterns and routines are followed. By adjusting your “time clock” you will be more likely to fall asleep quicker and sleep more soundly.

• Set aside the last hour or so of the day as your time to unwind and relax. This will calm you down, and help you to avoid thoughts associated with stressful events of the day.

• Keep

your bedroom as comfortable, dark and quiet as possible. If you are a light sleeper, try using “white noise” or very soft, soothing music to mask other sounds that might normally wake you up. A firm, supportive mattress and fresh clean sheets can make all the difference.

• If you’ve tried everything and you still

can’t fall asleep, don’t fight it. Worrying about being awake serves no purpose and just makes matters worse. Instead, listen to your body, go ahead and get up, or spend this time doing some sort of relaxing activity such as reading until you feel sleepy.

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Household Tips • Before you wear a new garment, put a little clear nail polish on the front and back of each button in order to prolong the amount of time they will stay on the garment as buttons tend to stay on longer when their threads are sealed. • Solve sticky zipper problems by rubbing them with the edge of a bar of soap. • To remove a hem crease, sponge the material with white vinegar and press with a warm iron. • Nail polish remover proves innovative in eliminating tar and grease from white leather shoes. • Vinegar and water are useful to remove salt stains from shoes and boots. • Perk up soggy lettuce by soaking it in cold water with some lemon juice. To store, place in a zip lock bag with a paper towel for moisture absorption. • Using a lightweight pot for boiling pasta has benefit as water will come to its initial boil faster and also return to the boil faster thus saving time and preventing the pasta from clumping at the bottom of the pot.

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Scientists hooked electrodes to dolphins’ heads . That way they could monitor their brain activity throughout the day. What they found: rather than sleeping the way we do, they spend 8 hours every day with half of their brains shut down. They just float around semi-consciously. So if you ever wanted to use a half-sleeping dolphin as a pillow, now you know what to do. Dolphins are “conscious breathers”. That is, they need to think about every time that they breathe. If they went fully into sleep like we do, they wouldn’t be able to breathe, and they would die.

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