Sometimes, we are confronted by situations or face decisions that appear to have no positive outcomes. It feels as if we’re at the edge of a cliff or precipice and there’s no turning back. I came across this [zen saying] that captures the course of action that we all need to take … we just need to take the leap, whatever the perceived outcome. And surprisingly, a Net will appear and everything turns out fine in the end. It may not be what we anticipated … whether negative or positive … sometimes, it is just “different” and many times, the outcome is better than what we thought. So, the next time, when faced with the unknown or uncertain, “Leap, and the Net Will Appear.” [zen saying]Read More
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I recently learned about Sabah Snake Grass (Clinacanthus Nutans) as a promising herbal treatment for people going through various stages of cancer. This is a grass that grows in Sabah, a state in my native Malaysia. I have been able to find mostly anecdotal reports rather than clinical studies, but it will be interesting to track news about this. Here are some links for anyone interested:
- Herbal cancer treatment : Sabah Snake Grass – http://bit.ly/qvE5hm
- Gan Chin Seng: 优顿草/Clinathanus/Sabah Snake Grass – 癌患救星? – http://bit.ly/nWPVYO
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“The Secret Life of Chaos” attempts to explain how we, as humans, got here. It traces the contributions of Alan Turing (The Chemical Basis of Morphogenesis), Boris Belousov (Belousov Reactions), Edward Lorentz (The Butterfly Effect), Robert May (Population Dynamics), and Benoit Mandelbrot (Fractal Geometry of Nature and the Mandelbrot Set):