The Production of Welsh Sea Salt Spans Millenia

June 21st, 2011

In the Book of Matthew (5:13) it is written of people that “ye are the salt of the Earth.”  By the shores of the Dead Sea, Herod the Great consulted the salinic waters for their curative healing benefits.  Guy Fieri’s professional kitchen is incomplete without it— he states quite simply, “I can’t cook without salt.”

Today, an in-depth look at salt.  And not just any salt but the purest of Welsh Sea Salt — where product production spans millenia.

Click Here to Read Full Article, “Welsh Sea Salt Production Spans Millenia,” By Ray Pearson.

Pure, Beautiful, Welsh Sea Salt

“Salt is born of the purest of parents: the sun and the sea.” – Pythagoras

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Author Profile: Adonis

June 20th, 2011

Adonis: Syrian-Lebanese Poet

He is a highly influential figure in Arabic poetry and literature today, combining in his work a deep knowledge of classical Arabic poetry and revolutionary, modernist expression. Like a number of Middle Eastern writers, Adonis has explored the pain of exile – “I write in a language that exiles me,” he once said.

Click here to read full article about Alo Ahmad Said Asbar (“Adonis”), courtesy of CityRoomStories, Literature.

Take a Spiritual Tour into the Heart of Botswana

June 20th, 2011

The rapidly disappearing Ju/hoasi bushmen of Botswana invite select groups into their camps to observe rituals carried out just as they have been for nearly 30,000 years.  …You could be in one of those select groups.  Click here to read more >>

Uncharted Founder Ralph Bousfield with the Ju/hoasi Bushmen

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