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Descension to ascension

Descending into the darkness, the valley I promised to cross comes into view. Losing my false sense of self is terrifying and peaceful at the same time. I realize that my sense of self worth is a comfort to my ego but not my soul. The torrents of wind circle my ankles and climb up …

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The 10 Day Detox Diet…I Found Something That Really WORKS For Me

                    Now, I’m not one to promote things that I try with my health unless they work; unless I can tell my success story.  So when I started the 10 Day Detox Diet by Dr. Mark Hyman 11 days ago I was alas very hopeful but …

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Just Because

Just because I’m different Doesn’t mean that I don’t deserve respect Just because I believe in things that you don’t Doesn’t make me wrong Just because my path goes east and yours goes west Doesn’t mean that either of us is lost Just because I don’t dress like everyone else Doesn’t mean that I should …

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Good, Good, Good, Good Vibrations

“You are what you eat”. This is a quote that I’ve been hearing since I was a child.  For years I’ve paid attention to what I eat in the hopes of creating a healthy positive and uplifting life.  Even when I ate almost 100% raw for a year I still didn’t feel like I had …

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Angry Fat Old Lady

I have become my worst nightmare and I don’t know how to reverse it.  I find myself angry at everything.  And the only thing I have to say to anyone is always about what is wrong with the world.  Why has it gotten to be this way? Where is the lesson and when is it …

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More GM Madness

The headline in the newspapers today was about Washington wheat farmers and the GM wheat that showed up in Oregon. “The article says that Japan and South Korea have halted buying from the US the soft white wheat that they usually buy from the northwest.  They are waiting for information about the incident from the …

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Frankinwheat Out of Control

Photo courtesy of David Kirk Patrick. I received an interesting email from the Center for Food Safety, based out of Washington D.C, this morning. They were asking for any information regarding the Monsanto GMO wheat that a farmer found in Oregon last week.  They wanted to get in touch with any farmers that grow white …

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We should learn…

Once upon a time there was a tiny little seed that began to sprout in a nursery not too far from here. The tiny plant had everything it needed to thrive and grow. Someone watered it daily, it had its own little pot to spread its roots in, it was fed periodically the perfect combination …

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i am who i am

In the quiet moments of the early morning, when the sun has not risen but the air warms in preparation for its arrival, my soul stirs. The smell of wet earth and freshly laundered oxygen puts me back to the place where I began. To a place where the wild things live, where I am …

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Squall or squalor?

After the tea incident I’m laying in bed with my eyes closed listening to the rain on the roof. It seems to come and go now heavy and then super heavy like a waterfall from the sky. The word squalor pops into my head. I look it up. Filthiness…No, doesn’t fit. But squall is a …

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