May 27, 2010

Ando Natsu | Watch Ando Natsu Japanese Drama Online

Ando Natsu | Watch Ando Natsu Japanese Drama Online

Ando Natsu, whose dream is to become a patissiere, finds herself jobless after the shop owner’s sudden death. She goes to Tokyo in search of another job at a confectionery but the recruiting period has just ended and there are no available positions. This is when she makes her first encounter with the well-established Japanese confectionery “Mangetsudo”. It is run by the veteran confectioner Umekichi, Takezo, and Mitsuko, and they happened to be looking for a part-time worker. A number of chance events follow and Natsu starts working at Mangetsudo. Although her job is to serve customers, Natsu becomes interested in the world of Japanese confection. Having only worked in cake shops, everything is new to her and she is gradually drawn into a profound awe of Japanese Bushido in confection arts.
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Apr 16, 2010

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Mar 28, 2010

Mind: Illusion or Key to Health

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On this episode of ID The Future, Anika Smith interviews science writer Denyse O'Leary about her book, The Spiritual Brain: A Neuroscientist's Case for the Existence of the Soul.

In the book O'Leary and her co-author Mario Beaurogard, neuroscientist and Associate Professor at Université de Montréal, explore the question of whether or not the mind is an illusion as materialists believe. The Spiritual Brain looks at whether religious experiences come from God or are merely the random firing of neurons in the brain. Drawing on his own research with Carmelite nuns, Beauregard shows that genuine, life-changing spiritual events can be documented. He and O'Leary offer compelling evidence that mind creates matter, rather than matter creating mind.

My Note: You will notice that those who are imbued  with the Darwinist perspective  . . . life and mind are a product of an accident of nature . . .  point out that brain surgery opens the way to spirituality and offering insight into the use of the phrase, “Half wit.”  (See Related Articles)

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