Illness Is Not a Coincidence – Nor Is Curing It!

Most diseases are based on oxidation (inflammation), but why is oxidation sometimes kicking in and other times it doesn't? What is it that we can’t see with our microscopes that evidently is happening simultaneously? Why is a bacteria we have in us all the time, suddenly capable of killing us? Here is where the ‘connectedness’ … Continue reading Illness Is Not a Coincidence – Nor Is Curing It!

The Small of All things

We are victims of legends. And it often seems, always will be. The key is to determine which legends help us to find and achieve what we want, whatever that may be. Many of the legends we've inherited as humans include the legend of the 'ultimate', the legend of the 'truth', the 'right', the 'good', … Continue reading The Small of All things

Detox and Then Re-Connect Wisely

Everything is a constant Connecting and therefore a constant Changing. Life, or to be alive, can be described as how well we share our time and space, in physics called the Theory of Synchronicity. How fast and with whom or with what we connect, both on cellular level and on the vibrational level of us. … Continue reading Detox and Then Re-Connect Wisely

The miraculous improbabilities connecting us

Sometimes the things we are trying to avoid are the very things we might benefit to confront. A good example of this is found in my best friend M-, who has a great job supporting a high-net-worth humanitarian whose goal is to be the largest donor ever to walk the face of the earth. I … Continue reading The miraculous improbabilities connecting us

What Does Being ‘Connected’ Really Mean?

Have you ever reflected upon what the ‘all is connected’ really means? To understand connectedness, I see our amazing world in us and outside us, with the kind of scientific thinking I have been taught (cause it works for me, no other reason) I have to think chemistry and energy, particles and vibrations. In this … Continue reading What Does Being ‘Connected’ Really Mean?

When the wrong time is the right time

  It costs between $5-$10,000 dollars an hour to fly a Bombardier Global Express, so the flight from Jeddah to Riyadh, plus taxiiing on the runway, takeoff and landing, would have required at least 3.5 hours, for a total of anywhere between $17,500 to $35,000 dollars (and 3 times the yearly fuel consumption for the … Continue reading When the wrong time is the right time

ourselves as eons

In this painting from the Tibetan Artist Ang Sang, I first found myself asking where is the center, and then, where is the beginning, 
the first brush stroke, the last. Where does this painting begin and end, I asked myself,
 during the 6 months I fell asleep meditating on it,
 with 4 dogs piled on … Continue reading ourselves as eons

When mistakes, aren’t mistakes

Dr. Heck called me six times before he died. The first time I was sitting in my office bored, falling asleep over my keyboard when the phone rang and I saw his name pop up on the small window of my old blackberry. We weren't that close, but for some reason he would visit me … Continue reading When mistakes, aren’t mistakes

Methionine Restriction Reduce Cancer

The reasons why vegans have a much lower risk for getting cancer, and getting metastasis (recurrent cancer) are many. One is of course because the antioxidants are mainly found in fruits and vegetables and they fight any inflammation which is what cancer is. Most of our disease are inflammation based today; cancer, CVD, mental diseases, … Continue reading Methionine Restriction Reduce Cancer

“Grandpa, Did you Really Eat Animals?”

Think about it; it's not long ago doctors recommended smoking. Lucky Strike made publicity claiming it was good against cough. Or sportsmen recommend it to stay fit! This summer vacation I have been catching up on the latest science, a systematic and rather time consuming job, putting the pieces in the puzzle together trying to … Continue reading “Grandpa, Did you Really Eat Animals?”