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Mussels: clam for the anemic

The mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis) is a bivalve mollusc, consisting of two robust valve with the form of drops connected by notches. These mussels are grown in nurseries rarely in nature, this crustacean per 100 grams of edible portion contains a… 123 more words


Start with a quotation

“Curiosity, especially intellectual inquisitiveness, is what separates the truly alive from those who are merely going through the motions.” ― Tom Robbins

In the desert without water and the only thing you can think about is thirst. 35 more words

Transitional Transmission; From Visitor to Resident

In a city that reminds many of other cities,

It’s easy to reflect upon identity.

Or at least, it brings identity to mind often.

Questions like; Who am I? 289 more words

Don't Fear the Questions

I’ve recently completed a book called Socrates Café by Christopher Phillips. If you don’t know of Socrates already, he is a Greek philosopher of past. He is the center player in the Socratic Method which aims to create answers by asking loads of questions. 435 more words


The Flower of Life, Music and Chakra (interrelated)

Chakra is also related to the flower of life. Chakra and it’s color orientation has alot to do with enlightenment, meditation and spirituality; it has an alignment in the flower of life that places each chakra channel in the correct place. 401 more words


...loves exploring new things.

I swear I have an insatiable curiosity. They say it killed the cat, and I suppose it’s a good thing I’m not a cat. I love exploring and trying new things. 69 more words


Regain A Missing Sense

“Awe is the beginning of wisdom.” Matthew Fox

We’re missing a sense integral to a fully-lived life. Not a sense like hearing, seeing, tasting, or feeling—although these senses should come into play too. 759 more words