How do you live well into your second century? 114-year-old Bernando LaPallo, Jr. has some suggestions. Looking at his supple skin and hearing him talk, you may guess that he is perhaps around 70 years old–if that. He has a cane but hardly uses it as he vibrantly saunters through the room with a healthy dose of charm and charisma. I met him when he was honored at the 4th Annual Senior Awards in Phoenix, Arizona on September 25, 2015 where 97-year-old Tao Porchon-Lynch also received an award.
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“Summer Davos” and YGL Summit 2014
THE BUZZ: From September 5th through 16th, 2014, I was in Beijing for the Young Global Leader (YGL) Summit and Tianjin for the World Economic Forum on East Asia. Then, I had the immense pleasure of traveling with a small group – on a private jet – to Japan. It was incredible – from teaching yoga on a private section of The Great Wall of China to learning about the new wave of Buddhism from an esteemed Master. Check out the pictures…
Sundays At Moosewood Restaurant
BOOK: Sundays At Moosewood Restaurant, by Moosewood Collective – Test out some of these delicious and healthy vegetarian dishes from the famous Moosewood Restaurant.
THE BUZZ: On Friday, August 23rd, 2013, I had lunch at the famous Moosewood Restaurant in Ithaca, NY. We were celebrating my nephew Daniel’s move-in to Cornell University.
Slovenia: Sustainability in Action
POWER LIVING® TV: How do you rate yourself on the sustainability scale? Could you live off the land and in a primarily self-sustainable manner? In this edition of Power Living® with Terri Kennedy, come on a journey to Slovenia in Eastern Europe including a visit to a completely sustainable home and biodynamic farm. Be inspired to travel the globe and experience the richness of life.
Carrot Ginger Soup
PWR FOODS: Carrot Ginger Soup is one of my absolute favorite soups in Fall and Winter. It is packed with vitamin A and beta-carotene from the carrots which help to protect eyesight. It also gives a shot of vitamin C and iron – the vitamin C allows you to better absorb the iron. Lastly, the ginger is good for digestion and has wonderful anti-inflammatory properties. Try out this vegan recipe which has no cream.
Part II – Conversation with Sharon Gannon on “Yoga, Life & Being Vegan”
LIVE LONG: What is the relationship between yoga and transformation? How can what you eat affect how you live? I continue my conversation with the co-founder of the Jivamukti Yoga Method, Sharon Gannon.
Part I: Conversation with Sharon Gannon on “Yoga, Life & Being Vegan”
YOGA. What is the relationship between yoga and transformation? How can what you eat affect how you live? I caught up with the co-founder of the Jivamukti Yoga Method, Sharon Gannon. With over 25 years of teaching and activism, she is credited for making yoga “cool and hip.” Here’s what she had to say about yoga, life and being vegan.
Mindfulness as a Path to Sustainability
HUFFPOST: Are you walking through life unconsciously or with eyes wide open? What are the downstream implications of your actions? Sustainability is the ability to live fully in the Present without compromising the future. This applies to the environment as well as your own personal habits.
Q&A: A friend has been talking about doing a fast and I may do one as well. How do I get started? How do I choose what kind to do? What do you recommend?