Tag Archives: Industrial Revolution

Your Lucky Day

Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson One of the presenters I was privileged to watch this weekend at our annual Energetix Lyceum described the methylation pathways of our body. Methylation … Continue reading

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The Simple Things in "L"ife

    My youngest son, who is now four years old, learned to pronounce the letter “l” properly this weekend. I daresay that I will miss the “w” that typically stood in the place of a properly pronounced hard “l”, … Continue reading

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Talkin' 'bout a revolution, wherever you go…

Just as the printing press transformed religion and the Western world in the mid-1400s, the internet is catalyzing massive changes in virtually every sphere of human activity. Medicine, science, politics, education, the arts and many other major cultural institutions are … Continue reading

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What changed? Well, everything changed.

“A man hasn’t got a corner on virtue just because his shoes are shined.” – Ann Petry All this talk of fashion reminds me of a wonderful tour I was given of the John Lobb workshop in Paris, prior to its … Continue reading

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