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The Heart

Yesterday we covered twenty-two verses in what almost qualified for the “list of longest posts.”  Today we will cover just eight verses!  Yes, it’ll be a little breather (so we can continue to digest the better-than-honey sweetness of God’s Word) but let me tell you that these eight verses are packed full of rich truth. 1,597 more words

Bible Study Tools And Tactics

Just chew !

Awareness in action is what makes life tasteful. If we only cultivated this ability a bit more we would live our lives much happier and healthier. 564 more words

Ayurveda

Gravy, Not Soup

Today’s post is by Kimberly Borin

Recently, I had the good fortune of being on retreat with the Shalem Institute at the Bon Secours Retreat Center.  680 more words

Contemplative Spirituality

Perfect seasonal food: home made baked beans

Springtime is the time to treat our palates with bitter, pungent and astringent tastes. Pulses, spiced right, are perfect spring food because they are astringent. 578 more words

Ayurveda

Homestead Spring

If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.
~J.R.R. Tolkien

Eva, my three year old, and I spent this past weekend at the family homestead. 

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Through a Different Lens

I’m cheating again.  I am combining Nurturing Thursday with The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge.  

Sometimes it’s hard to see grace, especially when looking at something that is broken.   761 more words

Photography

My Favorite L'Oreal Hair Oil

Due to the history of my hair, I like to find ways to really look after my hair, especially since it’s become so dry! So, during these heartfelt searches I came across magic – I’m serious, sometimes I feel like it’s magic lol – in the form of… 377 more words

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