Every cause of disease first begins with an imbalance in the body’s energy systems, specifically, the interaction between how the heart communicates with the brain and the body. Fix that and there is no disease, ever. The heart can produce an electrical field 100 times greater than the brain and a magnetic field 5000 times greater. Which one are you using to heal?
"I used to live in Lakewood for about a year and I happen to know that they didn’t have any school buses and that they had arranged their schools so they were all within walking distance for their students, and I had never heard of that and I thought it was a really cool concept that people in other places might be interested."
I love this example of great (sub)urban development that actually makes sense and is beneficial for city residents. Good way to reduce pollution (and road rage), good way to get kids into a naturally active lifestyle, and good way to develop a closer community.
How do I love thee, tree? Let me count the ways; you change carbon dioxide into the oxygen we breathe,…
The fact of the matter is, this homeless mom is me. She is you. Today, nearly one in six Americans reports running out of food at least once a year.
This article brings up such a valid point: Good nutrition is available only for those who can afford it. We tend to think that members of poor communities make poor choices about food, but it is that they make the smartest choices they can, based on what they can afford. I would like to see us trying to find ways to make fresh (and organic) produce more affordable and more accessible to all communities. We are creative beings. Nothing is impossible.
In my experience, as someone who sometimes doesn’t have enough to spend on necessities for short periods of time due to being a student, what has saved me is the markets in Paris. If I were to buy all my foodstuffs from supermarkets, I wouldn’t be able to afford much. But thanks to the many bi-weekly markets here, I can get a week’s worth of produce for 5 euros! (Just one example…in summer, peaches go for 4 euros/kg at my local supermarket, and 1.50/kg at my neighborhood market!) That plus bread or couscous and eggs, and I’ve got enough to eat well. So maybe it’s time that American farmers got together to create more farmers’ markets, and in particular, ones that accept food stamps.