Science And Religion In Perspective

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To help people better understand themselves as spiritual beings, 100 essays from diverse fields have been collected into a volume that shows what we have learned from studying ourselves, our planet and the universe. Critics say “Spiritual Information: 100 Perspectives on Science and Religion,” edited by Charles L. Harper Jr. (Templeton Foundation Press, $39.95), conveys […]


Achieving Impossible Goals

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“If the world were to blow itself up the last thing you would hear would be the voice of an expert saying it can’t be done.” –Peter Ustinov Don’t pay too much attention to the experts. They told the Beatles that the time for a guitar group had passed! At least one of them, Paul […]


Glyconutrition All Eyes On Newton

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Glyconutrition and the silence in Parliament: Sir Isaac Newton is not generally associated with medicine and biology, much less glyconutrition. Newton lived 1642– 1727, a period now referred to as the Age of Newton. However, you don’t get an entire age named after you unless you have done something spectacular…like inventing the calculus…or discovering the […]


The History Of The Christmas Card

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The Christmas card, as we know it, originated in England in the year 1843. An artist named John Calcott Horsley was commissioned by Sir Henry Cole, a wealthy and successful London businessman, to create a card that could be sent out to his friends and clients to wish them a merry Christmas. Sir Henry Cole […]


Horses Sir Barton

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There have been many great triple crown winners in horse racing history. But none faded farther into obscurity than the triple crown winner Sir Barton. He wasn’t the last but he was the first. This was an amazing achievement for this horse when you consider the following facts. As a two year old he lost […]


Travels Through Lake Garda Italy

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“Your bill sir,” the waiter whispered with a gentle murmur of broken English. He spoke with a smile. He either expected a tip or had just broken wind. The consequences of the latter were too grim to bear so I settled up quickly and retreated to the waterfront. Lake Garda glistened in the moonlight, perfectly […]


My Trip To Traveler S Health Care Utopia

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Everything was going swimmingly: I got my passport, found a cheap flight, and got my two weeks off of work. I was ready for the ultimate vacation. On a tip from a friend of mine, I decided on a package tour of Meditopia, an island nation often called the jewel of the South Pacific. The […]


Hello From Toronto A First Hand Look At Casa Loma Part Ii

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The Queens Own Rifles Museum is part of fulfilling the legacy of Sir Henry Pellatt who always had a dream of turning the castle into a military museum. A large poster on the 3rd floor recalls the significance that Casa Loma played in world history: Casa Loma played an important role in the development of […]


Hello From Toronto Discovering Casa Loma And Sir Henry Pellatt The Fascinating Man Behind Toronto S Castle

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As part of my “Celebrate Toronto” article series I have set out with a goal of making one of the most complete discoveries of this city, focussing on the people and places of Toronto. One place cannot possibly be missing in this series: Casa Loma, Toronto’s Castle, together with Sir Henry Pellatt, one of Toronto’s […]


Hello From Toronto A First Hand Look At Casa Loma Part I

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Casa Loma, Toronto’s castle and the city’s second most important tourist attraction, has an extremely interesting history. It was the life dream and brainchild of Sir Henry Pellatt, one of Canada’s most successful industrialists and financiers in the early 20th century. After learning about the fascinating background of this unique structure in my meeting with […]


Succeed By Counting Your Chickens Three Success Lessons From The Uk Apprentice

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Three key success lessons emerged from ‘The Apprentice’. ‘The Apprentice’ is a very popular reality TV show in both the UK and the USA. This article is based on the UK version of the show which features Sir Alan Sugar who, like Donald Trump, is a highly successful businessman. Sir Alan Sugar, the East End […]


A Preview Of May S Uk Horse Racing

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May ushers in the first Classics of the current turf Flat season, beginning with the 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket on May 6. All eyes will be upon the short-priced favourite George Washington as he bids to bring trainer Aidan O’Brien back-to-back victories in the colts’ Classic following Footstepsinthesands smart success twelve months ago. In recent […]