The Rudi Connection at Whole Foods illuminates the Connection between Food, People, and the Planet

Yes Indeed, Life is Complicated. The complexity of Life involves the complexity of Color and Coloration that shapes the World of Colors in which the man exists. I coined the phrase Whole Optics to make the Connection between Food, People, and the Planet.

The Rudi Connection at Merchant of Vino Remembers Tuesday, September 11, 2001. In God We Trust

I remember Tuesday morning September 11, 2001 when American Airlines Boeing 767 flight 11 plane crashed into North Tower of World Trade Center in New York City at 8.45 A.M. I was driving on south bound lanes of US 23 on my way to Ypsilanti City giving ride to a friend who was returning home after he finished his work in Plymouth City, Michigan.

The Rudi Connection at Whole Foods describes the Connective Linkage of the multicellular human organism

Yes Indeed, Life is Complicated. The complexity of Life involves the use of a very complex predetermined plan to design the tissues, the organs, and the organ systems of the entire human organism from a single, fertilized egg cell that divides and differentiates into a most complex variety of cells which perform very specialized functions. The Red Blood Cell provides the connective linkage to sustain the living functions of the trillions of the building blocks of the human body.

The Rudi Connection at Whole Foods formulates the Rudi Doctrine: Life is neither created nor destroyed

Yes Indeed, Life is Complicated. The complexity of Life involves the perplexing problem of Death. But, I ask my readers to meditate upon the phenomenon called Life by understanding the designing of Matter and Spirit.

The Rudi Connection at Whole Foods describes the relationship between Echo and Sound, Singer and Song, and the Creation and the Creator

Yes Indeed, Life is Complicated. The complexity of Life involves the complex nature of the designing of the Living Things which gives them the capacity to visualize the artistic scheme of the World in which they exist.

The Rudi Connection at Whole Foods asks everyone to help in the Prevention of Suicide

Yes Indeed, Life is Complicated. The complexity of Life involves not only the problem of shopping for food but also the problem of shopping for the means to put to an end to one’s own existence.

The Rudi Connection at Whole Foods Labors on Labor Day Holiday to Deliver the Truth. Don’t Stop the Daily Grind

Yes Indeed, Life is Complicated. The complexity of Life is about the unstoppable Daily Grind called Metabolism. The man, from the moment of his conception to the moment called death, can never ever stop the Daily Grind that fundamentally involve the Chemical Reaction called Oxidation-Reduction Chemical Reaction or the activity called Cellular Respiration. I Labor on Labor Day Holiday to Deliver the Truth. “I Grind, You Grind, Life is Nothing But, a Daily Grind.”

The Rudi Connection at Whole Foods celebrates the birth anniversary of Goddess Radha, the Force that keeps Life in Motion

Yes Indeed, Life is Complicated. The complexity of Life involves the conditioned or the dependent nature of the human existence. The man has no existence if he is not connected to an external source of energy. The external source of energy which supports the existence of Life is often described as the Divine Providence, the original source of Love, Mercy, Grace, and Compassion.

The Rudi Connection at Whole Foods reviews the Mylapore, Madras Connection on the birthday of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

Yes Indeed, Life is Complicated. The complexity of Life is about the nature of the man’s life journey. How would I know if every move I make has been predestined? How could I make this journey from Mylapore, Madras to Ann Arbor, Michigan? Do I have the free will to make the choices for the moves I choose?

Rudolf reborn as Rudi reviews the philosophy of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. What is Spirit?

Yes Indeed, Life is Complicated. The complexity of Life involves the fundamental nature of existence. Philosophers and Theologians have for a very long time are using terms such as Soul and Spirit without bothering to clarify the distinction between the Living and the Nonliving Matter and further, they leave things to the readers’ imagination without specifying the substance that constitutes the Spirit or Soul.