I have wrestled with my weight for as long as I can remember. I would always hate having having to go shopping for clothes, which would inevitably occur every time I outgrew the pants that I was wearing and could no longer squeeze into them without busting a zipper or tearing the seat of my pants. I would bring a pile of clothes into my dressing room, but nothing seemed to fit right. Too baggy, too tight, too expensive. Wrong cut, wrong color, wrong material. We spend the bul
Sitting at lunch today with a good friend and colleague, she mentioned with a certain sense of pride that she has learned to be like a Chameleon. When I asked her what she meant by that, she said that, with her extensive training and a Masters in Psychology, she is able to read the body language of any individual in a room and adjust her behavior to mimic and connect with them, each according to their specific nuances. My immediate reaction was somewhat incredulous and in ret
An ESaaS is an Ecosystem as a Solution. This should not be confused with what is commonly called a SaaS (Software as a Service). An ESaaS is a safe and secure, private community platform, of interacting organisms (People and Companies) who, in a contained environment are able to flourish under the most optimal conditions. Worldwide, and on a daily basis, individuals conceive and invent incredibly innovative healthcare ideas, technologies, devices, products, and solutions. At
The famous adage goes "you are what you eat" Producers and Consumers
Humans are all animal beings. We have our pure soul, and our animal instincts that engage in a glorious and constantly evolving symbiotic struggle for control.
Animals all need food to energize, oxygen to breathe and water to nourish.
What we choose to eat, how we choose to eat, and how we utilize the energy that we produce are all based on what kind of animal we choose to be. What kind of anim
Think Good There is a well-known Hasidic adage, "Think Good and it will be Good". This message was instilled in us from a very young age. As a child growing up, I found myself often questioning this motto. I would observe, what seemed to be, circumstances, both personal, and with others that seemed clearly to be - not good… I struggled with this idea that if you just forced yourself to have positive thoughts, then all problems would magically disappear. I witnessed pe