Glancing at Butterflies and Wheels in my feedreader, I see the following:
An extract from Christopher Hitchens' new book How God is not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything.
A report on the plague of honour killing in Iraq.
A report on honour killings in Jordan.
A report on the opening of cobbled reflexology paths.
ÁegisLiving co-founder and CEO Dwayne Clark said he began researching the benefits of reflexology about 10 years ago, reaching a point in his life when he began looking for alternative methods to promote health and well-being that supplement and sometimes even replace traditional care such as medications.Lots of true believers, then. And just the one nasty sceptic.
"At ÁegisLiving, we constantly seek out and implement innovative health philosophies and care techniques for our residents and employees," said Clark. "Our positive experiences led me to introduce reflexology to all our communities. I'm a true believer."