Archive for March, 2011

When we lose something, we often think that it is lost and can’t be found. So, I came up with an idea long ago that since I am so much bigger than the lost object, I would say to myself, “let the object find me!”

When I think this way it seems that it has been easier and easier to find things. Try it! Trust the the object you lost will find you when you need it.

Mobile security for Android

Trend Micro Mobile Security for Android Protects From
a Targeted Surge of Web Threats and Cybercriminals

ORLANDO, FL – EMBAROED TILL – March 22, 2011- (Virtual Press Office) – Trend Micro™ Mobile Security for Android™ was initially launched at Showstoppers during CES in January 2011. Also in January Trend Micro’s Chairman, Steve Chang, commented that Google’s Android operating system appeared to be more susceptible to hacker attacks and viruses. Since January, mobile threats have continued with the Android platform seemingly becoming a favorite of attackers.

In March, Google pulled nearly 50 malware infected repackaged versions of legitimate Android apps from the Android Market – AndroidOS_LOTOOR.A This malicious code steals mobile device information and gives unauthorized users root access to an infected device. The Android platform is the second largest mobile platform on the market today with a growth rate of over 850 percent.

Trend Micro, a long-time innovator in mobile security, continues to strive to protect consumers from the newest threats in mobile technology by offering Trend Micro Mobile Security for Android, a solution that scans downloaded apps for malware and conceived to provide a safe surfing experience for online banking and shopping on Android devices. The security application is designed to identify and stop cybercriminals and online threats before they can attack.

Requiring little space and specifically built for Android devices, Trend Micro Mobile Security provides the protection and freedom consumers need to stay mobile. Currently, Trend Micro is the only company known to use cloud-based security intelligence to protect Android devices from the latest threats. Custom filtering lists enable users to screen or block unwanted calls or messages, while Web reputation and parental controls help make mobile surfing safer for everyone.

“The Android app ecosystem is by definition open,” says Rik Ferguson, Director of Security Research & Communications, Trend Micro. “There is a wide array of app stores available and apps are therefore ready for use by the user community in minutes. This greater openness of the developer environment has arguably fostered an atmosphere of creativity, but as Facebook has already discovered it can also be a very attractive criminal playground.”

Backed by the Trend Micro™Smart Protection Network™ infrastructure and Trend Micro’s 20-year history of protecting customers from identity theft, data loss and other web threats, Trend Micro Mobile Security users receive unique, real-time and instant browser protection wherever they take their Android mobile device.

Trend Micro Mobile Security for Android is available in the Android Market.
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Honoring Dr. Robert Muller

Honoring Dr. Robert Muller

Dr. Robert Muller a former Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations had a beautiful celebration on Friday, March 11th, 2011. It was held at the Church Center for the United Nations. It was a perfect day and the service on that day to honor and remember Dr. Muller was on the day that he would have been eighty-eight years old. (1923 – 2010)

Barbara Muller, wife of Dr. Muller, giving those in attendance a loving insight into their lives together.

The closing celebration included one of my most favorite poems. When you see the title you will know why.

“I will depart with the belief that there is no end to the flow of life in the universe, that there is no death but only an unceasing change of worlds.

My conclusion would therefore be:

Decide to be happy

Render others happy
Proclaim your joy
Love passionately your miraculous life
Do not listen to promises
Do not wait for a better world
Be grateful for every moment of life
Switch on and keep on
the positive buttons in yourself,
those marked optimism, serenity,
confidence, positive thinking, love
Pray and thank God every day
Meditate – Smile – Laugh
Whistle – Sing – Dance
Look with fascination at everything
Fill your lungs and heart with liberty
Be yourself fully and immensely
Act like a king or queen unto Death
Feel God in you body, mind,heart, and soul
And be convinced of eternal life
and resurrection.”

From the book, Most Of All They Taught Me Happiness, by Dr. Robert Muller

I read his book many years ago and consider it a book that can revolutionize the world. This book can show you that using happiness can save your life. This is a must read for those who want to read about a true genius in our human evolution. This book has and will change many lives.

I have this book on my 20 best books on happiness on our website:

Barbara Muller and Lionel Ketchian

If you would like to see a wonderful 38 minute movie with Barbara and Dr. Robert Muller in Conversations about Happiness, discussing Robert’s amazing story and inspirational book: Most of All,They Taught Me Happiness. Lionel interviews both Barbara and Robert for 38 minutes.

Click here: Conversations about Happiness 

Click here to watch the 38 minute video.

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For our neighbors in Japan

To Japan, our neighbors on our very small planet, we send our best wishes, condolences and prayers!

Japan, as you know, is dealing with very serious natural disasters right now, and they can use all the support they can get.

When is bad good?

When is bad good?

When we learn from it and don’t repeat it!

I thought this while in meditation, and it’s something to keep in mind and applicable to just about every facet of life, both in and out of work.

Remembering Robert Muller

Celebration of Life for Robert
In New York on March 11, 2011
Church Center for the United Nations, NY, NY
The Muller Family and the Global Security Institute graciously invites you to join us in honoring Dr. Robert Muller (1923-2010).

More information here:
Celebration of Life for Robert

In New York on March 11, 2011
Church Center for the United Nations, NY, NY

Emotional Balance

Emotional balance is to be in a state of equanimity. Beyond praise or blame. To be the observer and the observed. Watching and enjoying life in love.

— Jack Lenchiner