How are you guys doing? Good? You really made my day by looking at this statistic. If you remember, we had a little attendance quiz last time, right? We talked about mindfulness. You guys are doing great. The reason that we have such great responses to this simple question that I have practice mindfulness, and if you remember, we talked about various methods. We talked about breathing, observing, listening, appreciating. You are either doing really well or you just wanted to answer this question very fast and move on. But hopefully, we have created some awareness to increase mindfulness in general. What I'm going to do right now because as you know, we do have a guest speaker today, so I'm just going to review two slides from last week. Then we are going to take the attendance quiz and then we start. If you remember, last week Dr. Higgs talked about exercise. The mental and physical health benefits of exercise. If I were going, I'm now going to review his lecture. But I want you to pay attention to the top 10 benefits of exercise that he discussed, and one that is very practical right now, because I know that you are going to be, are we still taking midterms now or we are done? You're done? You're taking them? Okay. This is very important. Boost your immune system so that you get sick less often. It's amazing that we reach for dietary supplements and modalities that really have no scientific proof that they work, but exercise is something that is scientifically proven to boost your immune system. Keeps your mind sharp. So keeping your mind sharp means that you do better on exams, right? This is another incentive, and of course, right now you guys are too young to think about prolonging your life because you probably think that you're going to live up to 500 years old, but we really don't. But these are the benefits that Dr. Higgs cover and this was the practice that we had. So I just want to have a raise of hands on how of you really follow this. Because if you look at the second bullet, it says start exercising today. Today was last Wednesday. How many people started exercising last Wednesday? Okay, so that's not bad. Well Elizabeth, you exercise every day. You don't count, sorry. Well, I know who the student athletes are in this classroom, so, but thank you for participating. What kind of exercises did you do? What did you guys do? Come on. What did you do? Yes. [inaudible] Did you start swimming or you just swim every Wednesday? No, I always swim on Wednesday. Okay. This is a little bit of cheating because you always swim on Wednesdays, but that's good. Who else, who else likes to share? What did you guys do? So who started practicing this, checking your calendar every Sunday and finding times and scheduling exercise? Scheduling exercising, not saying that okay if I have time, I'm going to do it. Because what happens when we say that? What happens when we say, oh if I have time, I'm going to exercise on Monday? Who started scheduling exercises? Just raise your hand, how many people practice this exercise? You started scheduling. Great, we have two motivated brave souls in the class. So did you do it? Today is Wednesday, so Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, did you practice this? Past few years? That doesn't count either. I just want you guys to say that you are the one who motivated us. It's life 101 that is doing that, but that still counts. If you haven't started exercising, because I'm not going to give up, you're going to see me here every Wednesday and I'm going to talk about exercising. I'm going to talk about mindfulness. I'm going to talk about reading labels, eating less sugar, so you guys can't get rid of me, because you see me every Wednesday, and I'm just going to be saying the same things. So if you haven't started any of these points, can you promise me that you start it today? Even the exercise is 10 minutes of walking. Can you do 10 minutes today? Who is in the classes says I'm so sorry, I don't have 10 minutes. I'm sorry Dr. Jafari 10 minutes is too long, I don't have 10 minutes. Who? Okay, good. So I'm either scaring you or you are paying attention.