Snack time! I wish I had someone to educate me on the value and health benefits of eating raw when I was younger. Just one meal a day that is unprocessed and alive.
Here is the latest from my Aunt Ann Louise Bardach. This is not just another Informative article, it's logical, it's understandable. You don't have to live in California for this to be an important issue, because even if you don't think it's your issue, it's everyone's issue. With a potentially game-changing groundwater bill coming to a vote this week in the
California Legislature, she gives us a little backstory on the drought and how the wealthy are dodging it… http://www.whosay.com/l/uBA95WG
Ha! Might just have to buy a few of these... #MeatFree living
The Words of Martin Luther King, Jr. Powerful. Woke up and saw this, read it out loud. Twice. Thanks @aimparker
The streets of NYC. Never know what you'll find. Came across these gorgeous babies and had to ask for a photo. Stunning.
As the sister of an incredibly bright young man who happens to be entering his first year of high school, I'm going to take this one step further and say this:
Kids are not bullied just because they don't have "cute" clothes, they aren't considered "pretty", or popular, or because they're "shy". Kids are simply bullied. So yes, I encourage you to use your voice if you witness a bully, but I also want to take a second to acknowledge that if you are someone who is being bullied, it doesn't mean there's something wrong with you. Kids will find a way to dissect and criticize one another without any reason other than fear. Fear of what they don't understand, what they feel threatened by, and fear of what is different. So be different. And stand tall. Just because kids have been brought up to believe that is an acceptable part of growing up as they figure who they themselves are, does not mean we can't shine a light on what a huge issue this is and put a stop to it.
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