I have been wondering what it is like having children from a man’s point of view. … More Having children – what’s it like for men? (and some tips from a woman)
Sleep is something that many of us struggle with, and this struggle can affect our whole day, indeed our whole life. … More Sleep – a very sacred part of our day
Are we willing to look deeper than the colour of their skin, hair, eyes, clothes, their size and shape, to the “them” that is the same in all of us, on the inside? … More Pictures of you…and me
We are still allowing the pictures of what a doctor “should” look like – white, male, upper-middle class, conservatively dressed – to dominate our profession. … More What does a doctor look like?
Plato (not his birth name, but a nickname meaning ‘broad’) was born in Athens, around 427 BC. He was a masterful writer and offered us a way of life founded on mathematics, science, philosophy and religion as one, that still inspires us today. … More Life lessons from Plato
For over one hundred years, since Albert Einstein came to the understanding that energy and matter are interchangeable, and shared it with us all, we have known and said that everything is energy.
How many of us have stopped to consider what this truly means? … More EVERYTHING IS ENERGY PART 2 Everything is Energy
Have you ever taken the time to stop and watch water come to the boil? … More The Science of Boiling Water
What is the difference between care and cure?
Both words originally came from the same word – isn’t that curious? … More Care and Cure – same same, but different!
Anne: I’ve always wondered about the term common sense.
We all use the words:
“It’s just common sense!”
“Use your common sense!”
“She has no common sense!”
“Common sense is not very common” as the saying goes – but is that true? I feel there is more to it than we commonly understand. … More Common Sense – True Medicine