Monthly Archives: March 2018

Knowing The Mind of God

Professor Stephen Hawking, who has died aged 76, was one of the world’s most brilliant theoretical physicists. He concluded in his book, – A Brief History of Time, which sold more than 25 million copies – that if we discover a complete theory of physics, we may be able to find the answer to the question of why we and ... Read More »

How High Is Your Love Quotient

At the January 2018 World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Alibaba founder and Executive Chairman Jack Ma spoke openly and at length about some of the key challenges facing the world while delivering a stream of perspectives and guidance. When he was asked about the ‘key to success’ this is what he had to say – “To gain success a person ... Read More »

When you shouldn’t trust experts

In 2000, National Football League (NFL) scouts reported on Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr, an American football quarterback for the New England Patriots: Poor Build Skinny Lacks mobility and ability to avoid the rush Lacks a really strong arm Can’t drive the ball downfield Does not throw a really tight spiral System-type player who can get exposed if forced to ... Read More »

Maple Leaf Foods Listeriosis Outbreak: What The Independent Review Revealed

In Aug 2008. L. monocytogenes-contaminated deli meats produced by Maple Leaf Foods, Inc. of Canada caused 57 illneses and ultimately resulted in 22 deaths. International food safety experts convened by Maple determined that the possible source of contamination was commercial meat slicers that, despite cleaning according to the manufacturer’s instructions, had meat residue trapped deep inside the sliding mechanisms. The ... Read More »

Your health matters. Nurture It

I recently shared this on social media: For a balanced and stress-free life, I recommend a daily and an appropriate dose of the following: Prayer, Meditation, Exercise, Diet, Hydration, Work and Sleep. Not only will my recommendation reduce stress it will also aid in nurturing our health. Many of us however will find that we fail in or do not ... Read More »