In the last weeks several media moments pose the same question or seek to fully answer it for today’s generation of Ready-to-Eat food purchasers and eaters.
I continue to be surprised and delighted to discover how each moment of life has so much potential for growth, beauty and creativity.
Physical feelings of pain are familiar signals to us all. In general we note the discomfort and naturally make attempts to correct the cause. This is our innate intelligence at work.
Last week, I wrote about ways to find your source of inspiration and asked you to write with questions and comments.
It’s taken me almost half my life to discover a fabulous gym outside my door. Turning compost is essentially lifting weights. Raking is like using a rowing machine.
Exercise boosts the immune system, prevents or treats many diseases, improves focus, elevates mood and stabilizes it for at least twelve hours.
To sow spiritual seeds means that we do spiritual work. Spiritual work is always interior work first, even if, as a matter of course, this work becomes manifest through exterior action.
- The “F” Word: 5 Steps to Practice Forgiveness May 20, 2013
- “30 Is Not the New 20″: 3 Things Every 20-Something Needs to Hear May 21, 2013
- “Too Religious” for School: Yoga Curriculum Sparks Lawsuit in Southern California May 20, 2013
- Feeling Stuck? 4 Tips to Move On May 20, 2013
- Find Out What You Want – Step #1 May 20, 2013
- What the Sleepy Dog Taught Me About Compassion May 22, 2013
- 5 Ways to Find Peace in a Big City Like Los Angeles May 22, 2013
- 6 Ways to Chill This Summer May 22, 2013
- How to Protect Your Family From Air Pollution May 22, 2013
- Wordplay Wednesday: More May 22, 2013
Follow @intentdotcom on Twitter
© 2013 Intent Blog. All Rights Reserved.
Powered by WordPress. Designed by