Legacy that he left his behind ‘Anthony Bourdain world traveler

Anthony Bourdain, the gifted chef, storyteller and writer who took TV viewers around the world to explore culture, cuisine and the human condition for nearly two decades, has died. He was 61. Bourdain’s death on Friday and the cause of death was suicide.

I am and as everyone are shocked how a kind of beyond the person who described himself as an “enthusiast.

also could suicide and now what we can expect from average and normal people.

The suicide rate in the United States has seen sharp increases in recent years.

I can not believe that he can do suicide

But even if he is then it make us overthink of the causes of suicides and prevention of it.

He’s irreverent, honest, curious, never condescending, never obsequious,” the judges said. “People open up to him and, in doing so, often reveal more about their hometowns or homelands than a traditional reporter could hope to document.”

Anthony Bourdain says,

“We ask very simple questions: What makes you happy? What do you eat? What do you like to cook? And everywhere in the world we go and ask these very simple questions,” he said, “we tend to get some really astonishing answers.”

Here’s a look at some of the other wisdom he shared over the years.

“[When I die] I will decidedly not be regretting missed opportunities for a good time. My regrets will be more along the lines of a sad list of people hurt, people let down, assets wasted and advantages squandered.”

Money doesn’t particularly excite or thrill me; the making of money gives me no particular satisfaction. To me, money is freedom from insecurity, freedom to move, time if you choose to make use of time. My investments advisor understands that I’m not looking to score big on the stock market or bonds. I have zero understanding of it and zero interest. Life is too short.”

Without experimentation, a willingness to ask questions and try new things, we shall surely become static, repetitive, and moribund

Anthony Bourdain was a world traveler and here his philosophy about travel ‘it leaves marks on you- are beautiful often, sometimes they hurt.

The finest and wisest human-being who knows he just began swimming and touched the surface of sea, yet he hast to drown and reach into the depth.

When people eat together that become a most pacify moment, taste of food has capability to change the psychology.

“If all the leaders of world share a meal together then they could create most peaceful environment on the earth.”



Yoga and these 5 Foods Prevent from Alzheimer’s Will Boost your Memory


Alzheimer is a progressive cognitive disorder that destroys memory and other important mental function

•In the initial stage memory loss is mild but with the time it gets worse and also causes death

•There is no current cure for this but studies show certain yoga postures and natural foods can prevent from dementia and memory loss

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