‘Toxic Childhood’ by Sue Palmer, How The Modern World Is Damaging Our Children And What We Can Do About It

By Jackie Sand – Photo by: Wendelin Jacober   ‘Toxic Childhood’ by Sue Palmer How the modern world is damaging our children and what we can do about it. A highly controversial book that sparked an international debate as did for example ‘The Battle Hymn of The Tiger Mother’ […]

Diana Adamyan – Menuhin Violin Competition Geneva, April 12-22

Photo by: Shunichi kouroki   Menuhin Violin Competition Geneva, April 12-22 Our 7Minutesonline team had the pleasure and honor to visit this year’s Yehudi Menuhin Violin Competition in Geneva, Switzerland. We have followed the participants very closely and have spoken to some during their time here in Geneva. It […]

‘Complicit’ The Documentary On Global Outsourcing And Human Rights Watch

By Jackie Sand – Photo by: openDemocracy ‘Complicit’ The Documentary On Global Outsourcing And Human Rights Watch ‘Complicit’ is a documentary by Heather White and Lynn Zhang. The documentary highlights the dangers for factory workers who are exposed to toxic chemicals like Benzene while producing and working on electronic […]

‘The Self Driven Child’ by William Stixrud, PhD and Ned Johnson

Photo by: lastextremeanonymous   ‘The Self-Driven Child’ and bringing up children in our modern and fast paced world. ‘Fly eagle fly’ Some of us at the 7minutesonline team are homeschooling their children, while others are having their children in public and or private schools. Either way, we all have […]

‘Riverbend School’ – A courageous approach is on the horizon: Are our traditional school concepts outdated and asking for a groundbreaking reform?

By Jackie Sand – 07.03.2017 – Photo by: Balaji   ‘NEW SCHOOL OF HAPPINESS’ – CHENNAI INDIA A bold and courageous approach is on the horizon: are our traditional school concepts outdated and asking for a groundbreaking reform? Are students and teachers challenged and nurtured in our schools? Are […]

Chinesischer Gesundheitskalender: August

Von Kristina Jurosz – 18.10.2017 – Photo: Berit Watkin AUGUST – Thermoregulierung des Körpers Die Sonne, warme bis heiße Sommertage, Relax, warme, duftende Sommerabende, Treffen mit Freunden, Bewegung im Freien, Sommerhöchstpunkt, so könnte man den wunderschönen Monat August beschreiben. Langsam fängt auch die Zeit der Ernte und des Überflusses […]

Wissenschaftler haben die Intelligenz von Raben getestet und wurden sehr überrascht

Von Kristina Jurosz – 24.07.2017 – Photo by: John Morgan   Wissenschaftler haben die Intelligenz von Raben getestet und wurden sehr überrascht Raben begreifen den Tod und können einfache Geräte benutzen. Diese sehr intelligenten Vögel werden mit ihren kognitiven Fähigkeiten mit den Schimpansen verglichen. Die Wissenschaftler haben herausgefunden, dass […]

Sommernacht-Party mit flambierten Speisen

Von Kristina Jurosz – 18.07.2017 – Photo by: Mack Male Sommernacht-Party mit flambierten Speisen   Zu allen Gerichten Weißbrot oder Fladenbrot reichen   Lachsröllchen an Sommersalaten 1 Pck. Räucherlachs, 1 Frischkäse, Meerrettich, Schnittlauch, Pfeffer, Sherry-Essig, Olivenöl, Salz Dressing: 1/3 Essig, 1/3 Olivenöl, 1/3 Wasser, Salz, etwas Salz –  […]

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