I had another great opportunity to speak about Natures Principle when I was invited to the Sustainable Living Festival (16-17 Feb). The festival promotes the concepts about the importance of using the resources of our planet wisely and in a fashion that is lasting (sustainable). As with Sustainable Living, the central idea of Natures Principle is harmony, however, not just on a global scale with respect to resources, but rather the harmony that we can achieve by eating food in the context of it’s bio-availability (For more info about my concept of Natures Principle apart from public speaking engagements, the tentative publishing date for the book is in September).
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Last weekend I gave a talk and a cooking demonstration at the “A taste of Slow Food” festival, which is held every year. The event brings together people from all over the world who prefer their foods being farmed organically and sold to them directly by the farmer who produced it. It is all about giving the control of produce back to the local producer, whereby the end consumer has the chance to develop a personal relationship with the farmer again. Under the motto: “Good, clean and fair, with pleasure of taste” the festival attracts more and more people every year, many of them eager to become members of this great initiative.
So…what’s coming up?
I am heading off to the United States (Monterrey) this week where the prestigious TED conference is being held. Every year TED invites extraordinary people, who made a difference to our lives, to speak about their experiences and passion. In the past people, such as Al Gore, Bono and Richard Branson, passed on their wisdom. The event is in such demand that not only speakers are invited, but also the audience is hand-picked. Needless to say that I felt quite fortunate to be in the company of personalities like Meg Ryan and Robin Williams, who were also invited to come and listen to the talks this year. For inspiration please check out the TED website for more information. www.TED.com