Our blog Log 9From Monday 21st FebruaryAfter a drive around Kings Park and walk to the war memorial in the park which commands a wonderful view of the Swan River and city of Perth we went to the airport and … Continue reading
Thursday 24th today we are off on our special holiday so Graham was up at about 6.15 to prepare Sweetie for her rest period. I followed as soon as the alarm went off at 6.30am. There were a few other … Continue reading
I took quite a psychological risk last night. I had verified on Friday night that when people played the DVD in Cap’n Bob’s common room it now really hurt my shoulder even if the piece didn’t have drums. I’d finally … Continue reading
November 14On this day I was to have a guided excursion to Boudhnath and Pashupatinath the price of it was included into the cost of the trip. There was a guide for me and a car with driver. This day … Continue reading
NewsNewsNews. Es ist mal wieder an der Zeit was von uns hoeren zu lassen und es ist auch wieder einiges passiert. Von dem was Neuseeland im moment Kopf stehen laesst habt ihr vermutlich in den Nachrichten etwas mitbekommen. In der … Continue reading
This may be my last entry before we leave to head home. I have posted pictures from my Grandson Angelo’s or as he calls himself Angelo Jofus first haircut his third birthday Granddaughter Lincoln’s sewing creation and also pictures of … Continue reading
There are sources of information I inclined to accept with minimal questioning.Â I do not have time to examine everything in excruciating detail, and like most people, use intellectual short cuts to get through the day.Â If it comes from … Continue reading
The Supreme Court of the United States made a ruling the other day that has profound implications for the health of millions of children. Since October 12, 2010, The Court has been quietly deliberating the case of Bruesewitz v. Wyeth, … Continue reading
Dr. Mehmet Oz is one of America’s most influential doctors. Â Just ask him. Â He has a TV show and everything. Â And in the past, much of his advice had been practical and mundane, the same advice you might hear from … Continue reading
Last week David Gorski wrote a excellent post about why we have not yet cured cancer. It turns out, cancer is a category of many individual diseases that are very challenging to treat. We have made steady progress, and many … Continue reading
…Steve Novella, who will be featured as the guest on a live chat with Trine Tsouderos discussing alternative treatments for Alzheimer’s, ALS and other neurological conditions at noon CST. Be there, aloha.
I was surprised to get this e-mail from a reader:Surely, Dr. Hall, the public mania for nutritional supplements is baseless. All the alleged nutrients in supplements are contained in the food we eat. And what governmental agency has oversight responsibility … Continue reading
Naturopathy has been a recurrent topic on this blog. The reasons should be obvious. Although homeopathy is the one woo to rule them all in the U.K. and much of Europe, here in the U.S. homeopathy is not nearly as … Continue reading
Glimpsing Enlightenment: Nexus Interviews Nicole Grace – Buddhist Monk, Mystic …San Francisco Chronicle (press release)One of only six people interviewed each year by Ravi Dykema, the owner and Publisher of Nexus, Ms. Grace’s interview provides a rare glimpse of the … Continue reading
Henry Cloud on people staying stuck without the ability to end things.
A practical and stimulating treatment of the importance of endings in our professional and personal lives.
Elegant and sleek poems from the late John O’Donohue’s first book.
J. Krishnamurti on finding peace in a world where there is no peace.
A collection of talks given in 1983 about the causes of war and violence and the pathways to peace.
A superb resource on travel as a spiritual journey with rituals, magical moments, and with people and places.