None want to help. ‘Sorry I’m busy, tied up on the phone: talking to someone, my daughter in fact, about STREEEESSSS man! Too cool for school, and you’re not stressed yet?’ These conversations continue . . . .
We call it ‘Even Mechanics’ here at Monouni, meaning a radical ‘S’ curve, of Sustainability - Y over time - X, we are just climbing the curve in a negative state of time, so now is the time to balance and climb the curve rapidly over the course of the coming few years. We incrementally build at present and that is not putting enough pressure on the quality of the sustainability of the commodity.Read More
There is a slight scratch to my tooth as the plaque rubs on its ruddy soft, strewn bulbus fruit.Read More
‘What did I say? You can trust me, I am OK!’ This remark was the closure to just having blown my trumpet at a dear friend. Let us re-frame that, I was psychologically in denial of the debasement received by the other party to the conversation. But insisted ‘I am fine.’Read More
The heart is where it is at. Here are some interesting facts about the heart:
1. The heart beats about 100,000 times a day.
2. A vegetarian diet as profaned in the book of Daniel will give you a healthier heart.
3. Exercise is all it needs, and that is free.Read More
Almonds, which need bumblebees to help them pollinate, are packed full of fibre, calcium, protein, and contain plant sterols that may help to lower cholesterol levels; and they contain the anti-oxidant vitamin E.Read More
Hair cuts in the Egyptian times were predominantly long, but depended on social class, age, wealth etc. During puberty to young adulthood, a boy would have his head shaved with a nape left on the side to prove their age, a very formal organised society of awareness for maturity in a young man.Read More
Cup to Coca-Cola.
Freshways milk, sugar tax:
Whole, 3.5g fat, 2.2g saturates, 4.3g sugar, 3.5g protein.
Semi-skimmed, 1.5g fat, 1.0g saturates, 4.5g sugar, 3.4g protein.Read More
Perceived anxiety is a part of our collective conscious, and so is placid adversity. Through this placid adversity, we find a relaxation in placid, and an upheaval in adversity. Can there be such a thing as relaxed upheaval? This we call 'create'.Read More
"The classical view is that genes control how nutrients are broken down into important molecules, but we've shown that the opposite is true, too: how the nutrients break down affects how our genes behave," explains Dr Ralser, in the interesting commentary on Sciencedaily.com February 11th 2016, Source: University of Cambridge.Read More
The touch of love brings us all to tears. We forever glance at our loved one and say how come they’re so perfect? How come? And we dwell in our towns and cities amongst the lights at night, spending a night on the town forgetting ourselves and say: ‘that should do’, to just forget the hardship one felt today, yesterday, or my whole life, and we are renewed, replenished, transformed, invigorated and restored to our original selves. Is it that much hardship to go to work, the daily grind and get up for it, and make love to it, and then return home and say to your loved one, that ‘courtesan’ was filthy, and exactly not what I needed!Read More
Peace is within.
How does one find peace?
By taking the right path.
Where does peace begin and end?
In the heart and mind.Read More