* 2 Golden Delicious or Royal Gala apples
* 1 handful fresh blueberries
* 1 handful fresh raspberries
* 1 handful fresh strawberries
This combination of berries contains a phenomenal number of vital vitamins and minerals. The juice is bursting with folic acid and anti-oxidants, which are excellent for the immune system along with fight against free radical damage.
Check the following video for the quickest healthiest dinner you can do! I would definitelly replace Crab for Chicken…that is a more practical choice.
Discover what really happens with your recyclables. Its time for another round of That’s Just Weird.
ZapRoot, the webs most popular green video series, is an unconventional bite-sized news show that covers the fast changing world of the modern green revolution. With sarcasm, silliness, & sanity, host Jessica Wlliamson encourages you to have a better time while making a better world.
ZapRoot : The Truth About Recycling
Hoping you can cope with a teen New Yorker’s accent, here it goes:
FACT: politicians plan to spend ₤621 billion globally in the next decade on nukes! These weapons are senseless and dangerous remains of the cold war that do not address today’s actual security threats.
How can they justify this spending on nuclear weapons at the same time that budgets for health care and other things that really matter are being slashed? Would you rather re-hire the 70 nurses who were made redundant at Aryshire Arran, or pay for one nuclear weapon?
Join me and sign the petition calling on world leaders to cut nukes, not the things that really matter. Let’s tell them to get their priorities straight.
Click the link above to sign the pettition; and yes,it makes a sound and it makes a difference!
“I like living. I have sometimes been wildly, despairingly,
acutely miserable, racked with sorrow, but through it all
I still know quite certainly that just to be alive is a grand thing.”
Filmed by the Stamford University, this talk was not available to share via TED and I found a way to find it on youtube and share it. This is such an encouraging most interesting graduation speech anyone could have! whilst it can be applied on any walk of life. This amazing guy has the command and power to invigorate anyone in any new venture.
Byron Katie is the author of Loving What Is and I Need Your Love, Is That True? She experienced an awakening in 1986 that led to the founding of The Work, a simple yet revolutionary process of inquiry that helps people question their own minds and find happiness and freedom. Since then, she has introduced The Work to thousands of people around the world.
Byron Katie, founder of The Work, has one job: to teach people how to end their own suffering. As she guides people through the powerful process of inquiry she calls The Work, they find that their stressful beliefs—about life, other people, or themselves— radically shift and their lives are changed forever.
Based on Byron Katie’s direct experience of how suffering is created and ended, The Work is an astonishingly simple process, accessible to people of all ages and backgrounds, and requires nothing more than a pen, paper, and an open mind.
Through this process, anyone can learn to trace unhappiness to its source and eliminate it there. Katie (as everyone calls her) not only shows us that all the problems in the world originate in our thinking: she gives us the tool to open our minds and set ourselves free.
Extracted from thework.com
I find it a very gentle and sort of maternal , the way Byron Katie has to express what awakening is in the simple realisation and acceptance of the realities we live, as she teaches.
The fact that for so many years he is standing her ground as to a renewed woman with a passion to help others with her realisations makes it worth to pay attention to her simple message and maybe try to do the work to certify it by oneself. I will try though I know that as simple as it sounds, it is never easy to conquer our own minds and control all our thoughts specially the obsesive and negative ones.
The truth is that we are responsible for every thought we hold and sustain and that questioning their veracity can bring supreme health.