Did you hear the news item about Leo Plass? He’ll be turning 100 years old in a couple of months but he hasn’t been spending his time in a rocking chair waiting to die. He’s been going to school and just received his college degree! Leo was finishing something he started back in 1932, when he left college just shy of graduation to take a job offered by a friend… Read More »It’s never too late to learn
...we have, and can fully develop, our own natural BMI that allows us to control our bodies and surroundings just as directly as the “brain-machine interface” controls the wheelchair.
When it comes to scientific exploration – and particularly to health and wellness issues – we risk imprisoning ourselves in outmoded and potentially harmful mindsets and denying ourselves and society the benefits of true progress.
The AA principle, which has since been applied to every kind of addiction, dependency and compulsive behavior imaginable, is in some ways similar to the one we affirm in our weekly meetings of the local Rotary Club, where we always close with the motto, “Service above self – he profits most who serves best.” It also brings to mind Norman Vincent Peale’s simple formula for success, “Find a need and… Read More »Guest Post: The Selfishness of Unselfishness
I’m sure I’m not the only one who misses Jack LaLanne, who died January 23 at the age of 96. I remember watching him when I was a kid. Throughout my career, he was there, talking about health and chiropractic. But more than just talk health and chiropractic, he lived both, and showed by his example how we can live longer and better through diet, exercise and – of course… Read More »Missing Jack LaLanne already