We have a choice - Fear or Love
Foods that contribute to our mental wellbeing
We are all bent double in some way. We are out of whack, out of touch, burned out, checked out, out of order, out of tune, out to lunch, out to get someone, out of line, out of time, out of sight.
Chestnuts are a unique addition to a holiday meal. And the health benefits are fabulous!
Food synergy (1+1=3)
Homemade cranberry sauce. So easy!
To everyone with a dream: all you need is your mind and a brick, and you can build anything with your imagination.
Jesus changed law into love and spun the direction of our future.
Healthy foods fight unhealthy cells in our body.
By physical default, one and a half years before COVID hit, I had already been practicing stay-at-home orders. Every day was worse physically and emotionally than the day before. I didn’t know if I’d ever walk again.
Help determining gluten intolerance.
Gentleness in Christianity: by the late J. Knox Chamblin Western definitions of the Hebrew words for gentle (praus) and gentleness (prautes) would undoubtedly not be…
How herbs provide nutritional benefits when added to the diet.
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Creatives are always looking for ways to stimulate their creativity. Here are ideas to feed your mind.
There is a key to who holds your heart, but there is also a what that holds a key to your heart.
Insights gained from walking through the end of life with dad.
Natural ways to take care of your skin with items you already have in your kitchen!
As an American, your odds of dying from heart disease are one in four.
A welcome change!
Throughout the Bible you will find certain stories, points, or events repeated to emphasize their importance. This post is about the number 3 used in the New Testament.
When a season of suffering entraps us, we can aid in either its pain, or its gain.
“Someone touched me; I know that power has gone out from me.”
Every time I read a Bob Goff book I gobble it up within a few days. It is like bait that keeps enticing until I am nourished by his inspiration.
It seems Thoreau figured some things out during his short lifetime (45 years) that many of us are still working toward. He realized that if our heads were buried too often in our newspapers (or social media), it would be difficult to see and appreciate Nature - the art of God.
Last midnight, while tossing and turning in pain, I tuned into YouTube and worshiped God with voices streaming from my phone app.
Perfectionism blocks creativity, functionality, and efficiency.
May my suffering be wasted not in this love story.
We are so easily led to look at life as a great big whole, and to neglect the little today, to forget that the single days do indeed make up the whole, and that the value of each single day depends on its influence on the whole.
The eye in this storm is the eye of God.
What would it be like to love others without expectation for love in return?
The lions may grow weak and hungry, but those who seek the LORD lack no good thing.
The impact of the life of Jesus continues today, 2000 years after his death, all around the world, in every nation.
No other king has won a battle such as this!
If our respirator is given for another life, we will be okay. We will be at peace. We will be at peace because if we die, we will live again in a better place where this is no need for a respirator, no pain, no sorrow, no grief, no mourning, no crying, no viruses.
One day you’ll look back and remember all the positives you learned that you might not have otherwise.
When we hurt, we look for people who have traveled a road of similar pain before us. We look for stories of hope and survival to help us on our journey.
You never know when someone will be sitting on their front porch and recall a fossilized memory of you that will trigger a smile in them.
God himself relates to each of us with his senses. #RadiantlyBroken
Sometimes we don’t know what we don’t know until we learn a hard lesson.
Dad was close to death, and if Barb hadn’t taken me to see Dad that day, he would have died.
My friend, my anchor, my watchman.
Beginner and intermediate leafy greens.
Caught between life and death.
Turn now. Winter solstice is behind you. Step toward the light. What will you do with the gift of increasing daylight?
Sometimes, all of these losses make me feel like playing Whac-A-Mole. I just want to whack the stages of grief and not let them surface. It’s Christmastime, and I should be giddy with joy and wish to deck my halls! #RadiantlyBroken
As I reached my hand toward God, I imagined him reaching back in response to gently hold my injured hand. #RadiantlyBroken
It’s okay to judge a fruit or vegetable by its cover. Mother Nature provides clues to the nutritional value of its contents by the colors they wear. These beautiful arrays of colors contain plant chemicals (phytochemicals or phytonutrients) that give produce its protective health benefits. Each color contains its own disease fighting nutrients. #RadiantlyBroken #Phytochemicals
God still feeds the multitudes. He creates and multiplies the fish in the waters, beasts on the ground, seeds of the earth, birds in the sky, and delicious birds that cannot fly. #RadiantlyBroken
We want no pain, no sorrow. But these, these are the things that sculpt our faith, courage, compassion and love. #radiantlybroken #healingpoem
The greatest love story of all time. #RadiantlyBroken
God speaks to us in mysterious ways. #RadiantlyBroken
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"Mommy, are you okay?" I had just fallen down the stairs of our home, which spiraled me down into a dark world extending way beyond…
August 27, 2019 Finally, hospice accepted him. He needs more help. My daddy can’t speak but an occasional whisper. He tried to tell me something,…