- The dictionary will, unfortunately, never fully capture all the language we use.Ã‚Â
- E. Badu’s video reminds me not to self-censor.
- Additionally, allow others to be themselves.
- Exchange energy with others intentionally.Ã‚Â Always go for the thank you, you’re welcome.
- Trust yourself. If you don’t, start. If you do, keep on.
- Just being in Whole Foods makes me happy. Celebrate the little things in life.
- We all want what’s rare, so why do you appreciate common beauty more than uncommon beauty?
- Note: stop comparing your uncommon beauty.
- The internet and all of its social networks are microcosms of a microcosm. Don’t take it or yourself so seriously. It’s not real. Share space, air, and eye contact.
- Live in love&light.
As a child, I watched my grandfather eat grapefruit regularly. Eager to be like him, I requested to taste it, and hated it. What was wrong with the man?
A decade and some change later, I’d drastically changed the way I ate to manage my migraines. Processed foods had become a decreasing part of my diet, while natural foods became the foundation, so my taste completely changed. While perusing the grocery store for new foods, I found myself staring at a grapefruit.
A few years ago, I semi-seriously inquired about the evolutionary purpose of fish. I still don’t have the answer, but I suspect that will change soon. Today is World Ocean Day and the new documentary, The End of the Line, debuts, answering that question and addressing the very quiet issues concerning the deteriorating state of our fisheries.
It turns out that 90% of the sea animals caught in the fishing industry are “bycatch: dumped dead or dying into the sea, or turned into fertilizer, pet food and fish food.”
As a semi-vegan/pescetarian, I think I might need to add a little diversity in my fish choices, skip it altogether, or eat Whole Foods quality farm raised. The sacrifices we all have to make so as many people as possible can enjoy this planet for as long as possible…they’re really not that big.
Source: Ode Magazine