By Sandra G. Malhotra, Ph.D. Food (/fo–od/) Any nutritious substance that people or animals eat or drink, or that plants absorb, in order to maintain life and growth. This issue is all about glorious, beautiful, real food — where to get it, why it’s important, and how to have a positive relationship with it. We hope by the end of it you are craving something delicious and nourishing. However, as I write this, I think about how out of place such an article would have been a couple of generations ago. My Mom-mom Pasquarelli did not need instructions on...Read More
By Noam Kostucki We experience death in many aspects of our lives. This year, 2016, is about to pass and give way to 2017. Jobs, relationships, phases of our lives pass away… and so do the people in our lives. When a job or relationship or year ends, we may mourn, but ultimately cherish what we experienced and anticipate the next steps. Can we do the same when people who have touched our lives pass away and continue their spiritual journey? How do you experience life when people pass away around you? What do you pay attention to when...Read More
2016 was quite the year. Seems nearly everybody was fired up about something and there was a lot of noise being generated, whether it be in the form of protests (some of which turned into riots once the anarchists showed up), petitions, social media rants, screaming arguments or even assaults. 2016 ended with a very high decibel level indeed — the loudest that I can remember as a Gen X’er. This has led me to think about how this fire can be channeled. Think about it — a fire can burn down a forest and leave ashes, or it...Read More
By Sandra G. Malhotra, Ph.D. Greetings, All! The holidays are upon us! Deck the halls with boughs of holly, fa la la la laaaa, la la la laaaa! Or NOT. Right? Let’s not sugar coat this fruit cake — the holidays can be downright craptacular … wonderful and stressful crammed together like a Turducken. Unlike holiday movies, the season is not picture-perfect for many of us. It could be more like Festivus, with feats of strength and the airing of grievances. (Remember “A Festivus for the Rest of Us”? If not, Google it! It’s comedy gold, nay platinum, courtesy...Read More
By Sandra G. Malhotra When Willy was two months old and cute as a button, we started seeing a conventional vet close to home. They took great care of him when he had parasites and when he took a leap of faith out of the car window one day. (Why he thought he could fly is still a mystery.) But I became quite alarmed after Willy reacted badly to the distemper/hepatitis/parvovirus (DHP) vaccination at three months of age. He was awake and whining all night and wanted to go outside many times. It was a sleepless night as he...Read More
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