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March 8, 2023
GHAZAL YADAV asks if we have been sleeping long enough and soundly enough. She explores the relationships between work-life balance, toxic productivity, FOMO, social media, and declining sleep quality around the world. It is no secret that sleep has slowly been pushed lower and lower on society’s priority list of needs. In the United States,... View Article
March 8, 2023
BABUJI’S NATURAL REMEDIES During his lifetime, BABUJI shared a wealth of knowledge to his associates about the simple natural remedies that he learned and also discovered during his life in northern India. In this series we will be sharing some of these, starting with his remedies for tonsillitis.1 Ingredients: ½ tsp ground ginger½ tsp ground... View Article
March 8, 2023
KALYANI ADUSUMILLI compares wants and needs, and explores how the simple life helps us keep a check on needs and wants, leading to contentment and happiness. To truly find contentment, it is commonly thought that we must distinguish between our needs and wants. Needs imply basic requirements to survive, such as water, air, and food;... View Article
March 8, 2023
YES, YOU CAN DO IT! Thoughts live; they travel far.—Swami Vivekananda Humans are social beings. We are not meant to survive in isolation. When our inner growth expands to touch the hearts of others, and our material prosperity is shared with others, we all thrive. We are all connected through the heart, and deep down... View Article
March 7, 2023
February 15, 2023
VIVAN PATEL decided it was time to build cognitive reserve in his brain by doing a few simple tasks. The results speak for themselves: he became much more aware instead of functioning on autopilot. In order to build and retain cognitive reserve, our brain needs fresh challenges almost on a daily basis to keep our... View Article