Apart from the articles listed below, see also various short articles
that I posted in my Journal 2004-2011 or in my Blog 2012-now.
Some of them are listed below.
ARTICLES IN MY JOURNAL OR BLOG:
My ramblings on Paleo diet
Discovery of Ardi and its impact
What is Natural Hygiene
You are a primate
Calorie counting or Hunger - a tutorial
"Questions and Answers" by Gosia
"Awareness" by Gosia
"Where did my watermelon go?" by Gosia
"Seven points debunking some B12 myths" by Gosia
(A compilation of quotes, references and links)
"There's more to health than diet" by Bryan Yamamoto
Special Feature: "Favourite quotes from Nora"
"Success on the raw foods diet" by Bryan Yamamoto
"The importance of touch" by Luke
"Raw Cacao: A Veritable Cocktail of Opiates and Stimulants" by Michelle A
You can learn many things from children. How much patience you have, for instance.
(Franklin P. Jones)
A three year old child is a being who gets almost as much fun out of a fifty-six dollar set of swings as it does out of finding a small green worm.
Kids: they dance before they learn there is anything that isn't music.
Children are one third of our population and all of our future.
(Select Panel for the Promotion of Child Health, 1981)
Every child comes with the message that God is not yet discouraged of man.
In the United States today, there is a pervasive tendency to treat children as adults, and adults as children. The options of children are thus steadily expanded, while those of adults are progressively constricted. The result is unruly children and childish adults.
Children are unpredictable. You never know what inconsistency they're going to catch you in next.
(Franklin P. Jones)
Children seldom misquote. In fact, they usually repeat word for word what you shouldn't have said.
Children find everything in nothing; men find nothing in everything.
(Giacomo Leopardi, Zibaldone Scelto)
Women gather together to wear silly hats, eat dainty food, and forget how unresponsive their husbands are. Men gather to talk sports, eat heavy food, and forget how demanding their wives are. Only where children gather is there any real chance of fun.
(Mignon McLaughlin, The Neurotic's Notebook, 1960)
Anyone who thinks the art of conversation is dead ought to tell a child to go to bed.
There are no seven wonders of the world in the eyes of a child. There are seven million.
A child can ask questions that a wise man cannot answer.