Your Book of Life

Your Book of Life

Dec 27, 2010

Sudden Light by Dante Gabriel Rosetti I have been here before, But when or how I cannot tell: I know the grass beyond the door, The sweet keen smell, The sighing sound, the lights around the shore. You have been mine before,— How long ago I may not know: But just when at that swallow’s soar Your neck turn’d so, Some veil did fall,—I knew it all of...

Hit hard by life? Keep moving forward!

Hit hard by life? Keep moving forward!

Dec 22, 2010

You may have seen a “Rocky” movie or two in your life and if so, you may recall Rocky’s inspirational speech to his son in the 6th movie of the series, “Rocky Balboa.” Rocky’s son was feeling the pressure of growing up in his father’s shadow in a life full of challenges. Rather than taking charge, his son felt victimized by the experience and was...

Restoring Balance in a Polarized World

Restoring Balance in a Polarized World

Dec 21, 2010

Where there is prolonged imbalance there tends to be polarization. In the physical body an energetic and biochemical imbalances result in organ systems that are either overactive and hot (hyper) or under-active and cold. In airplanes overly weighted aft of the center of gravity, instability results making the airplane unsafe. So it is with our world’s food...

Can we eat to starve cancer?

Can we eat to starve cancer?

Dec 20, 2010

The sooner you make a change when there is a deviation in life the more likely you are to avoid dangerous repercussions. When you are driving, for instance, you make constant small adjustments to stay between the lines. Wait too long to make the adjustment and you are likely to swerve off the road, hit a tree or worse, hit another vehicle. The same is true with...

D.S.F.S.Q.

D.S.F.S.Q.

Dec 19, 2010

I’ve got the cure for the summertime blues. Or, in fact, for whenever you are in a funk. The easiest way to remember this cure is by its acronym: “D.S.F.S.Q.” It stands for “Do Something For Someone Quick! New research from Harvard University shows that helping others catalyzes a “moral transformation” that makes people more capable when performing...