This is a genius video! I do wonder though….if more people saw this video, would they actually be willing to open their minds to this idea, let alone actually change their consumer habits? I do find it hard to believe because people have totally lost the connection between food and our health and the health of the planet. But I will still continue to make my own changes and spread the word in the hope that eventually people will start to open their eyes and consider the true consequences of their actions!
This is very true indeed and runs through my mind each and every day. But rather than burying our heads under the sand, we should take care of ourselves as best as we can and make a stand to make our planet a more harmonious place! Times are changing and we need to keep pushing to achieve the changes that we all deserve 🙂
So….I have a LOT of work to do then! Great post though 😀
- Stop ‘trying’ to be enlightened. Trying and striving create separation – a need to distinguish yourself from others. Simply remember who and what you truly are. If you align yourself with God you no longer need to try. Simply Be. A tree can be enlightened – so can the worm in the ground. Enlightenment is not a position above or apart from all others – Enlightenment is awareness of your connection to All Things.
- Get over yourself: Surrender to the “true” God. You (the personality you opted into) is NOT God. You were created by LOVE – the Source of all things and you are a part of that Love. Your ego is not God. The sooner you get over yourself, the better.
- Stop judging: Realize that every person you judge as well as the people you “idolize” is all a version of you. We all come from the same…
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I was lucky enough to catch David Icke on video whilst queueing to get into the Bilderburg Fringe Festival yesterday. It must be hard for him to compress what he needs to say into such a short space of time but I think his words are always relevant and uplifting. What a great guy 🙂
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Although this cartoon has a comedy aspect to it, the message is very serious – sad but true! Put your money where your mouth is and buy products from responsible sources – try to shop locally and choose organic 🙂
As it’s my Dad’s birthday today, I decided to make a cake with a bit of a difference and with no guilt element attached to it! It was a great experiment for me as I have never made a cake using tofu before and I haven’t really ventured very far into vegan cake making yet. I will definitely be making more cakes like this…….this is only the beginning!
The recipe was adapted from this site: http://dairyfreecooking.about.com/od/cakes/r/veganchoccake.htm
I substituted maple syrup for honey (as I don’t trust myself with judging stevia in cake recipes and as of yet do not have any coconut sugar), canola oil for coconut oil, and I used spelt flour. I also added a handful of cacao nibs into the mixture.
The frosting was an invention that was inspired by the recipe at this site: http://www.instructables.com/id/coconut-oil-frosting/
I used 1/4 cup of extra virgin coconut oil, 2 sachets of stevia, 2 tablespoons of almond milk, 4 tablespoons of freshly brewed coffee, and ground arrowroot.
I am pleased with my first attempt 🙂
“When there is no enemy within, the enemies outside cannot hurt you.”
(Taken from Thinkexist.com – “African Proverb quotes)
The people who want to make enemies of others should probably be greeted with love and forgiveness by those that they insist on picking fights with. Giving these people energy and attention only feeds their cause and further aggravates their inner turmoil.