Every Saturday, I sit down to review somewhere in the neighborhood of 75-100 scientific abstracts and pull papers that pique my interest. This 11-year-old ritual has kept my finger on the pulse of the academic pursuit of truth – of science as we choose to define it at a given time. I have watched, even in
I am reading a book about Goddesses, hoping to shed more light on the mystical power of the divine feminine – that inborn force that we must learn to wield, to hold gently but firmly so that we can be guided from a space of intuition and strength rather than fear and controlling. I sent
Over the time of my mentorship with Nick Gonzalez, I tried to capture the pearls that fell from his mouth. Here is a sampling. May his genius live on.
By Bretigne Shaffer This article first appeared on LewRockwell.com. Earlier this year I spent a few days at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center with my daughter who was having an EEG done. On our way home, I learned that there had been an outbreak of an antibiotic-resistant bacteria while we were there, that it