Posts Tagged ‘Roots’

Relationships That Have Roots are the Anchors in Our Lives

By Carolyn Massiah UCF Forum columnist The view in my backyard is a conservation area full of various types of trees. As the seasons pass, the trees lose their leaves and even some of their branches, but the trees remain in large part due to their sturdy roots. To the side of my house is […]

Anamu Tea Jamaican Guinea Hen Weed 100 Roots and Leaves

Anamu Tea Jamaican Guinea Hen Weed 100 Roots and Leaves This herb is free of pesticides and chemical additives. This tea consist of the roots and leaves of Anamu which is indigenous to the Caribbean, Amazon rainforest and tropical areas of Central and South America and Africa. Price: $ Sold by

Honoring the Roots, Celebrating The Blossoms On International Day Of Yoga

The Indian ambassador to the United Nations joined a room full of journalists this week to talk up the first International Day of Yoga taking place on June 21. Ambassador Asoke Kumar Mukerji laid out some of the plans for the day in New York City, which includes a yoga teaching at the UN Plaza […]

Fundamentalist Islam and the Roots of Terrorism

After witnessing the Islamic Republic of Iran violate human rights, persecute other religions, adopt sharia law, murder dissenters, and compel the judiciary to serve the Ministry of Intelligence, I am now convinced that the worst thing that can happen to a free Western country is to allow Islamic fundamentalists to have a say in government. […]

Yoga Deepens Its Roots in the West

What happens when over 3,000 yoga practitioners converge in the middle of the high desert to celebrate four days of yoga, kirtan, and music? Bhakti Fest 2014. Marking its 6th year, Bhakti Fest is nothing short of a small village built on the hot desert sands in Joshua Tree. Three yoga halls and a series […]