Robert Greene has written best-selling books on seduction, power, war, self-mastery and now knowledge. Although the sum and total of his output of books gives the wrong impression about the man. He’s not an evil and Machiavellian type jockeying for … Continue reading Book Review: The Laws of Human Nature by Robert Greene
This is one for all the history nerds out and anybody who likes cooking and eating, which probably means you. When you try to recreate an ancient recipe, you may end up with a stinking cesspool of inedible muck or … Continue reading Cooking 4,000 year old Babylonian recipes, how do they taste?
This very weighty and important subject is as relevant right now as it was in the 16th Century. That was when a Dutch engraving by artist Pieter van der Borcht the Elder managed to capture the complexity and challenging nature … Continue reading The challenge of ruling a diverse nation never changes
This is very personal. I’ve found that by using these five channels on YouTube I have really gained a lot from life and these channels have helped me with my personal growth in fitness, health, wellness and happiness. I hope … Continue reading Five YouTube Channels to Help Women Change Their Lives
Odilon Redon’s art is the kind of mystical haze of colour and composition that you would find in the corner of your consciousness as you emerge from sleep. I love his art because of this reason, it hints at … Continue reading Dreamy Art of Sublime Fantasy: Odilon Reddon
This is a riveting read from one of the leading lights of modern psychology, Bruce Hood of the University of Bristol. The book’s main premise is that 20,000 years ago our brains were 10% larger than what they are today. … Continue reading Book Review: The Domesticated Brain by Bruce Hood