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This New Year, Make Four Agreements Instead

I seriously can’t recall the last time I made new year resolutions. When I did, they seemed do-able till mid-February and then, like fluffy, flighty clouds, faded away into nothingness: quickly and regrettably forgotten. Over the years I wondered why its hard for almost anyone to stick to their resolutions. Could it be that the idea of ‘resolving’ […] Read more…

Movies: Ingredients

There are many things to love about ‘Ingredients’: the beautiful cinematography, the inspiring interviews, the coverage of the local food movement. But in the end, its the cheeky ‘Who’s your farmer’ tagline that takes the cake. Its a loaded question though. With foods reaching our shores from as far as China and Somalia, you’ve got […] Read more…

Movies: The New Medicine

The East has known this for a long time. Ayurveda, Acupuncture and all other Chinese and Tibetan Healing techniques take the body-mind connection into consideration when treating patients. Thus ‘Treat the patient, not the disease’ has been the core principle in these forms of healing. Western medicine is now catching up with this truth. The […] Read more…

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