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お願いします。  Have you ever gone camping? People who love to camp often talk about how well they can see the stars away from city lights.They talk about noticing how early some birds wake up in the morning,and how after a few days they have figured out the best places to find lizards or wild blueberries.When you're camping,you're living close to the earth.(Some people think too close!)You have the time to see patterns that you wouldn't notice in ordinary life-like the way mint stems are square,with leaves that stick out opposite each other,and that the best time to find salamanders is after it has rained.When you go camping,you can't help noticing and wondering about the natural world.You can't help being a scientist.  The peoples of ancient India lived close to the land all the time.In a way,they were all scientists.They may not have had the tools that modern scientists do.They never learned about magnifying lenses,so they had no microscopes or telescopes.They certainly didn't have any laboratories with gleaming glassware and stainless steel sinks.But they were curious about the world in which they lived,they paid attention,and they discovered some wonderful things.  The earliest and longest lasting of their discoveries are included in the traditional Indian medicine form called Ayurveda.Ayurveda has been around in one form or another for 5,000 years.It includes all kinds of treatments,such as herbal medicine,surgery,yoga,meditation,and massage,and teaches that disease often starts first in the mind.A lot of people still use Ayurveda.For example,many Indian mothers massage their babies with oils and apply heavy black eyeliner around their children's eyes.They believe that the massages help soothe their children and prevent stomabh pains,and that the eyeliner protects their children's eyes from infections and the bright Indian sun.

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 あなたは、これまでにキャンプに行ったことがありますか?キャンプ好きの人々は、彼らが都会の明かりから離れてどれほどよく星を見ることができるかしばしば話します。 鳥の中に朝どれほど早く目を覚ますものがいるか、また、数日経つと、トカゲや野生のブルーベリーを見つけるにはどの場所が最もよいかについてどの様にして彼らが答えを見つけ出したのか気付いたことについて、彼らは話します。 キャンプしているとき、あなたは大地の近くで生きています。(あまりに近すぎると考える人もいます!)あなたが普通の生活では気がつかない様なパターンを見る時間が、あなたにはあります ― 例えば、ミント(ハッカ)の茎が四角く、葉が互いの反対側に突き出ているとか、サンショウウオを見つける最高の時間が、雨が降った後であるとか言うことです。 キャンプに行くと、あなたは、自然界に気付き驚かずにはいられません。 あなたは、科学者にならざるを得ないのです。  古代インドの諸民族も、常に、大地の近くで暮らしました。 ある意味では、彼らはみんな科学者でした。 彼らには、現代の科学者が持っている様な道具がなかったかもしれません。 彼らは拡大鏡について学んだことなどは一度もなかったので、彼らは顕微鏡や望遠鏡を持っていませんでした。彼らには輝くガラス器具やステンレスの流し台のある実験室など確かにありませんでした。 しかし、彼らは自分たちの生活する世界に興味を持ちました、彼らは注意を払いました、そして、彼らはいくつかの素晴らしいことを発見しました。  彼らの発見で最も初期からのもので、最も長続きしたものは、アーユルベーダと呼ばれる伝統的なインド医学の形に含まれます。 アーユルベーダは、5,000年の間なんらかの形で存在してきました。 それは、ありとあらゆる治療、例えばハーブ療法、手術、ヨガ、瞑想、マッサージを含んで、病気が最初心の中でしばしば始まることを教えています。多くの人々は、いまでも、アーユルベーダを使います。 たとえば、多くのインドの母親が、油で彼らの赤ちゃんにマッサージをして、彼らの子供たちの目の回りに濃い黒いアイライナーを施します。 マッサージが彼らの子供たちをなだめ、胃痛を防止し、アイライナーが彼らの子供たちの目を感染症と明るいインドの太陽から保護するのに役立つと、彼らは信じています。

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