The following list of data* highlights the fact that people in modern economies, like America, have too much stuff. Not only is it more stuff than is needed for a life of well-being, it is weighing […]
Honeybees are of huge economic importance, vital for the pollination of many fruit, vegetable and seed crops. Also a wide variety of important products are made from the honey, beeswax, pollen, royal jelly and propolis […]
A study done by the psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi showed that there was a negative relationship between energy consumed and happiness. The reason for this may suggest a new way of thinking about consuming, one that […]
LAW stands for Light Air Water. These three things are essential for life. They are probably the most crucial ‘nutrients’ and yet too many people take them for granted and don’t factor them into their health plans.
People need adequate […]
It is strange, and quite disturbing, that a number of notions, and the words that signify them, have become dirty. In other words they are disdained, even reviled, amongst a certain, large section of […]
The evolutionist Richard Dawkins has explained that humans’ are innately selfish, greedy and interested in short-term gains over long-term benefits. He points out that because of its short-term, opportunistic characteristic Darwinism is not […]
Most people spend about 95 percent of their time inside: in houses, cars, shops, cafes and offices. We are becoming an indoor species increasingly shut off from sky, land, waterways, plants and animals. Nature is […]
For many people Christmas is the most stressful time of the year. It shouldn’t be.
Yes, Christmas is a traditional time of giving, there’s nothing wrong with that at all. But what are we giving? Ourselves […]