Why your DNA isn’t your destiny

The new science of epigenetics reveals how the choices you make can change your genes ─ and those of your kids By John Cloud Time Magazine, 18 January 2010 … research showing that conditions in the womb could affect your health not only when you were a fetus but well into adulthood. In 1986, for…More

The Book of Illusions

Meaningful lines from Picador, Henry Holt and Company, New York, 2002 … when a man has nothing to look forward to, he might as well be dead. What matters is not how well you can avoid trouble, but how you cope with trouble when it comes. Whenever there is a choice between love and money,…More

Thirst No. 2 and 3

Meaningful lines from (Deepest Desires. Instant Remorse – No. 2 and The Eternal Dawn – No. 3) by Christopher Pike Simon and Schuster Children’s Publishing Division USA, January 2010 and October 2010 I began to understand… destiny itself. It can only be lived, it cannot be explained. It is like a mystery, which ceases to…More