Examine with me the influences of nature on the human mind, specifically when walking paths in the countryside, in water and in towns. The link with Covid-19 provides another slant on how an imposed 'path' can change even our thinking.
There are excellent personalities in every field, whether academics, arts, politics, sports or any other skills. Is being a topper the criteria to be considered as successful?
We spend lots of time and money running around to see the wonders of nature. I'm not playing down the impressive giant redwoods or the Grand Canyon, but many amazing things are happening very close to home. In this essay, I share my experiences while fishing on a small lake in northern Michigan.
Supermarket shopping in modern times can be an extremely frustrating business. Do you ever find yourself mentally and physically drained after a simple visit to the supermarket? This page takes a tongue in cheek look at some of the issues we are likely to encounter on a daily basis at the supermarket.
Indigo Child Definition (courtesy of Wikipedia and Nancy Ann Tappe): A group of children supposedly possessing special traits; beliefs about the traits vary from paranormal abilities (e.g., ESP) to simply being more confident and sensitive.
It is great for doing things you don't want to do that you didn't have time for in the schedule you didn't want during the week. (Yes, people, this is satire. Sort of.)
With collective thinking, we can bravely face the biggest challenges. Today the entire world is going through a difficult time. This article contains how we can stand together and move forward with collective minds in this difficult time.
Amid the historic coronavirus pandemic, the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington, during an online sermon, asked us to take note of what we can see, now that our eyes have been opened by the deadly impact of COVID-19 on humanity.
If you grew up with a passive aggressive parent, you may have been affected in many profound, long-lasting ways. Today, you may struggle in 3 key areas: communicating directly, trusting others, and expressing anger.
I have survived wearing glasses, contact lenses, LASIK surgery and a cataract operation. I am forever grateful to modern science. technology and the amazing people who made this possible.