Michael Harris explains it well in a his new book “The End of Absence”. We need solitude to spark creativity and innovation. Sometimes being “too connected” is a mental barrier or a road block to generating unique thoughts and ideas. The End of Absence | Spark with Nora Young | CBC Radio.
Some people might think these types of tourists are taking advantage of the situation, but in another light, you would be learning about it first hand and in the moment. Isn’t that what tourism is all about? Dark Tourism: Why would anyone want to vacation in a war zone? | Q with Jian Ghomeshi | […]
Once you taste how real and flavourful good food really is, you can’t go back to eating crap and you will be willing to pay just a little more to get it next time. The Third Plate by Dan Barber (on Amazon). The future of food will taste better | CBC Books | CBC Radio.