• One Man, One Cow, One Planet – Can cow dung save our Planet?

    One Man, One Cow, One Planet – Can cow dung save our Planet?

    As the world now reels from multiple climate change catastrophies – this 2010 documentary featuring Biodynamics farmer and teacher Peter Proctor gives real hope that organic-biodynamic agriculture can save the world from desertification and severe water shortage. “Biodynamic Agriculture is Spiritual Agriculture” – Peter Proctor The farmer featured in the ‘One Man, One Cow, One Planet’ […]

  • Batty’s squawk addresses our anxiety, anger and anguish…

    Aging Singaporeans are urged to get Medishield, ElderShield… Well, I have No Medishield, No ElderShield and No Worries! As an antique Singaporean (74) I am told that I should worry about my future. Why? I was born at an age before pampers (we had chemical-free diapers) and I am certainly going to die, on my […]

  • This Chinese New Year the best things in life are free

    Please don’t wish me luck & prosperity for Chinese New Year! Because The Best Things in Life are FREE Every Lunar New Year, as I accompanied my parents to visit relatives, they would say while exchanging oranges, “This year may you get lucky and earn big money”. It’s an auto greeting that I never gave […]

  • CUBA! Homestay hospitality with a heart.

    From boutique homestays in Havana to rustic country-houses, it’s an experience that brings one to the heart of a people who are full of joy. Why are they happy? Starseed Betty L Khoo-Kingsley reports Betty (centre) with homestay host in Playa Laga (in orange) and her helper. Isn’t Cuba a communist country with first Fidel, […]

  • The day I was robbed and dragged across the road outside Sai Baba’s Temple…

    And received an outpouring of loving care, and donations from many strangers! It was a pre-dawn morning…I had set out alone from the women’s college to the Ashram in Whitefield, Bangalore. I had walked this path alone at pre-dawn and after-dark everyday for the past week, and had no fears. Suddenly, a figure sprang out […]

  • Batty’s Squawk: Undoctored Truths

    Teen Azizul’s legs blown off by Landmine: We are all Guilty  See this picture in ST’s World: Sept 15, 2017. Madam Rashida Begum at the bedside of her son Azizul Haque. The 15-year-old had lost both his legs when he stepped on a landmine as the family fled their village, the Burmese military in ruthless […]