It is time for a pause in my teaching, which means that most of the students and I leave the lecture hall for fresh air, coffee, or cigarettes. I go to the canteen and buy a coffee.
The following has been excerpted from Wired to Connect: The Surprising Link Between Brain Science and Strong, Healthy Relationships by psychiatrist Amy Banks, MD (with […]
Reception I was unprepared for the little surge of pleasure that rang up my spine as I stepped outside and felt the wind brush against […]
If you’re unfamiliar with prebiotics and probiotics, these are substances found within the digestive system which, when kept in proper balance, will ensure its continuing […]
So often we view big business as the enemy of the environment and sustainability. We focus on corporate irresponsibility and the damage that their growth […]
FOCUS ON CONNECTION: Healing the Seeds of Terrorism
Terrorism begins with people who feel a profound sense of anger, hurt, loss and isolation (a lone gunman; individuals who are lured into joining ISIS). Longing for connection, they lash out at the world around them.
“Road sinking, drive slowly” a road sign warns as we drive from the moist and lush lowlands of Bhutan’s south border with India to its […]