Heartbleed or not?

You may have heard the news about a major security breach on the Internet. The culprit is a bug, known as Heartbleed, that has caused widespread concern that a large number of Internet passwords have become compromised. This bug impacts a common security protocol known as OpenSSL (Secure Sockets Layer).

Your private wishes has always been safe, since Wishes4Life does not rely on OpenSSL. So you can rest easy, knowing that Heartbleed or not, your private wishes is in good hands and the that secure access that you have come to depend on us for, continues to remain available to you and your family and fiends, and no one else.


Better Pills or Better Foods?

When I was in UK during a cold gray winter there was never a shortage of fresh herbs and vegetables at the supermarkets! I had to ask the store manager how he was souring his produce. To my surprise he replied from a local factory farm in middle of the city!

A future of food that is:

  • Fresh affordable
  • Better tasting 
  • With no pesticide

I will take better foods over better pills any day.


Nowruz "New-Day" New Year

Spring is seen as a time of growth, renewal and hope. The term is also used more generally as a metaphor for the start of better times. Many cultures and religions celebrate or observe holidays and festivals around the time of the March equinox.

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Inspiring Change - IWD

International Women's Day is a day when women are recognized for their achievements without regard to divisions, whether national, ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic or political. Journey of women's rights from 1911-2011

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9 Rules For Living A Longer Happier Life 

At 94 Olga Kotelko is considered one of the world's greatest athletes with 700 gold medals and 26 world records. 

Nine Rules for Living a Longer Happier Life

What Makes Olga Run?

1. Keep Moving

Move continually, even when you’re not exercising. “When we move, our bodies and brains both work better. We think faster, process information more accurately, and remember more.”

2. Create Routines (But Sometimes Break Them)

“Committing the more mundane parts of our life to habit and routine frees up RAM for the things that matter to us.”

3. Be Opportunistic

“Spend your precious energy wisely.” Conserve energy when you can, but when you need to go for it, go for it.

4. Be a Mensch

“Doing good doesn’t just feel good, it works. It’s healthy for the tribe and healthy for us.”

5. Believe in Something

“Belief is a trait of temperament.” People who embrace life’s puzzles as opportunities for problem-solving because of larger beliefs tend to thrive.

6. Lighten Up

“Managing stress is staggeringly important in terms of flipping genetic switches.” “People get stressed out over the smallest things. Honestly, I don’t have the time.” 

7. Cultivate a Sense of Progress

According to studies of life satisfaction and human motivation, we all need to feel like we’re improving. Identify your expectations, adjust them to allow for “small wins,” then improve upon them.

8. Don’t Do It If You Don’t Love It

“If it’s not fun, don’t do it. That’s easy — because you won’t if it isn’t. People can’t be guilted into lasting healthy behaviour change. Should doesn’t work.”

9. Begin Now

“Not only is mid-life not too late to embark on this, providing we rev back up slowly, in some ways, it’s the best time for it. We’re rested, we’re restless, we’re ready.”