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Say often to your self:

“I am Love.
Love is my Action.
Love is my Reaction.”

Do this while opening and
imploring your heart.

This is a place to share the small things in life that make you smile…. like a great conversation with a stranger, a fabulous meal at a new restaurant, a warm shower after a camping trip, the feel of some soft sheets after a long day, etc….

I can see how there’s an aspect of ignorance that is bliss but to me it’s more of a limitation than anything else. The flip side is much more blissful in my eyes. An examined life leads to greater awareness and greater awareness leads to more options and better choices and choice gives us greater possibility. All of this gives us a constantly expanding view of the world and ourselves… and expansion is quite possibly the core characteristic of the universe itself. Sure, there’s some pain and complication that may come along with the greater complexity but it’s a small price to pay. Ignorance is basically the choice to ignore reality and navigating around in the world ignoring what’s really happening will likely lead to unnecessary suffering. Dig deeper, get in alignment with the universe and bliss is sure to follow.

Life is like wine. The closer that you pay attention to it and the more you learn about its subtleties, the deeper and more profound your actual experience of it will be. It will literally “taste” different.

Quinoa pronounced keen-wah is a whole-grain that cooks in half the time of rice and contains essential amino acids for healthy muscle growth. This Incan powerfood also has lots of fiber, iron, and magnesium. Plus it’s tasty and is a great rice alternative. Soak it to make it easier to digest.

Eat lots of broccoli. Not only does it contain the antioxidant sulforaphane, which fights cancer… It also contains vitamins C & K, and fat burning fiber. Plus it also supports alkalinity of your blood.

Life is for the living.

LOVE ONE ANOTHER

Dare to Look
through your Eyes
as GOD gazing
upon GOD.

Why put one pepper or a bunch of broccoli in a separate bag, just to put that bag in another grocery bag?  We can save thousands and thousands of plastic bags by keeping our vegetables loose and not bagging each separately.  You’re going to go home and wash them anyway right?  If you’re buying 2 lbs of mushrooms though, you might have to bend the rules… unless you remember to bring your used ones back…

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The Transition to Greater Consciousness

Unlike the transition from adolescence to adulthood, which occurs biologically and therefore automatically, the transition to greater consciousness must be chosen and then enacted intentionally.

- Connie Zweig & Steven Wolf

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