It’s Ganpati at the moment. That is the both the name of and eponymous celebration of the god with the elephant head. For him we chant, pray and gift flowers in a colourful manner. Moreover we also observe the socio-spiritual-indulgent practice of ‘prasad’, as outlined below.
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I am not a particularly spoon efficient person. By this, I mean that I tend to use more utensils for a task than necessary. For example, my preparation of cereal usually pans out as follows:
Recently I was having lunch with a couple of acquaintances. One of them, a geneticist, was describing his research into genetic models of complex diseases. He suggested that one day we may be able to accurately predict complex phenotypes from genetic profiles, which could provide immense health care value.
Insanity is simply abberance.
A few months ago I visited a dietitian, another avenue which I hoped may shed some light on my current health issues. To be frank, the depth of her advice was disappointing, although not surprising. As a health nut who regularly scours journal articles, online lectures and enjoys discussing the current state of nutritional research I found her advice to be little better than that of a Womens Day magazine.