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Mindful : April 2013
Carsten Knox Mindful’s associate editor, Carsten Knox, went to Baltimore to profile the founders of the Holistic Life Foundation, who work with inner-city children and youth (p. 42). “I’m a fan of the HBO TV series The Wire, so I asked Ali, Atman, and Andy what they thought,” he says. “They liked the show’s story but said the reality of living in Baltimore is far worse.” Knox’s writing has appeared in The Globe and Mail, the Ottawa Citizen, and the National Post. Maira Kalman “I love the marriage of word and image,” says Maira Kalman, frequent contributor to The New Yorker, author of many children’s books, and Mindful’s regular illustrator for MindSpace (p. 80). Kalman started a mindful practice in order to inspire her work on our back page. “The aim is to do a course of meditation and share my thoughts. It’s been very helpful in the hectic days to calm me down.” Jeremy Hunter Jeremy Hunter explores the question: Is mindfulness good for business? (p. 52). With a decade of experience teaching in MBA programs specializing in executive management, he has gained some insight on the topic. “It’s not just mind your breath,” he says. “It’s let’s look at why you’re doing what you do. It’s about taking a step back, reassessing, and creating other choices for yourself.” Sharon Begley “This three-pound piece of tissue inside our skull can do amazing things. And science is discovering so much more about it every day,” says Sharon Begley, the senior health and science correspondent at Reuters. “But it’s impor tant to remain humble in the face of the many questions science has only begun to ask, no less answer.” In the first installment of her column in Mindful, she explores the interplay between the brain and the mind (p. 30). Illustrations by Jessica McCar thy and Maira Kalman (self-por trait) Pico Iyer Pico Iyer, who writes about the clarity he finds while traveling (p. 60), is no stranger to the depar tures level. “From the age of nine, I was flying alone six times a year, back and forth between my parents’ home in California and my schools in England,” he says. “So I guess I decided early on that movement was only as good as the stillness that lies beneath it.” Iyer is the author, most recently, of The Open Road and The Man Within My Head. Béatrice Peltre Chef, food stylist, and photographer Béatrice Peltre developed the recipes and photographed the radishes featured in this month’s One Taste department (p. 24). “This kind of food—healthy and organic—is what I do,” says the Boston resident who grew up in rural France. “Whatever you see is what I eat. If that means it’s not as pretty or glossy, that’s fine.” Peltre is the author of the cookbook La Tartine Gourmande: Recipes for an Inspired Life. 4 mindful April 2013 contributors