Many elements of our lives are repetitious, including our learning. Lorne Daniel explores why we need to constantly relearn.
Archives for February 2011
If you’ve ever known someone who leaves his/her toenail clippings in the carpets, tosses clothes on the floor, or is just generally irritating in a way that makes you feel powerless, passive-aggressive or downright mean, this article is for you.
Getting ready for a spring marathon proves to be a struggle for Jess — but she’s not giving up despite having to overcome an injury that is giving her grief.
Genny Ross-Barons watches tourists come and go on the Caribbean island of Roatan. Here, she offers useful tips on how to avoid looking like tourist.
Ross Holloway is a gifted musician who has dedicated two songs to the troops in Afghanistan and to all of those who serve to keep our country safe.
Andrea K. Paterson speaks about the noisy environment that we live in and discusses the tragic loss of natural silence. She urges people to consider attending to silence and to nurture the silent places.
Everyone is buzzing about a crass tweet by fashion designer Kenneth Cole who used the protests in Egypt to promote his new collection.
The film The Diving Bell and the Butterfly sparks Nathan Thompson to reflect on the body-mind connection, and what it means to be human when that connection is broken.
A woman looking at old photos of her father, wonders what he would have thought of her if he were still alive.
A wild bald eagle has been visiting a female bald eagle twice a day at California’s Orange County Zoo inside Irvine Regional Park. Zoo employees began noticing the bald eagle about a week and a half ago. It tends to perch in a sycamore tree 15 feet away from the bald and golden eagle enclosures […]