A. The body needs little to sustain it. The less you put in, the more you get out of it. The more you put in, the less you get out of it. Yet, we have no control over our intake. Our minds are the same way. Enter less data so that, like a hard drive, it is not overloaded. When you need to function, it will have optimal performance as it does not have to sift through too much data. We put so much spam and trash in our minds by reading, talking, thinking, and listening to unnecessary material. The body rejects the overload with diseases, and the mind rejects the overload with anxiety, stress, and worry. Both, the body and the mind can be perfect instruments. All you have to do is listen to your body. A burp tells you that your body is full, and not that it has digested the food so you can eat even more. When you get a headache, feel lethargic, or dizzy, have a shortage of breath, or feel depressed, the mind tells you: Enough is enough. Use these gifts from God so others can also benefit. As a sick and depressed person, you are of no use to the world. You end up being a burden on others. So, please stop sending pictures of high calorie and tasty, unhealthy food. Please also stop forwarding things on WhatsApp that do not benefit anyone—it’s just unnecessary data filling the mind. Even today’s thought may be unnecessary data to some. Forward it only to those who might benefit from it.—Satish Daryanani

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