Blog - 5 HABITS FOR LIFE

5 HABITS FOR LIFE -- 03/29/2012


How refreshing, although tragic, to see the headline news today on Fox…“The Ultimate Sacrifice of Father, Soldier, Hero”,  the report of a US soldier sweeping up a young Afghan child from the path of 16 ton armored vehicle but ultimately dying of his injuries from the incident.  He leaves behind three small children here in the States.  Was this wise? Doesn’t matter either way. At this point the only thing to think about is what motivated him to make that split second decision. Our thoughts, ideals, truths, and beliefs are ultimately played out in our life choices, and its the split second decisions which show them most honestly.  “Greater love has no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.” (John 15:13)

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How to Un-Inflame Yourself -- 03/23/2012


I went to Costco today to find engine oil and noticed they do have some really good looking food.  I used to buy things there, but I really struggled to find something I wanted. Why? Because I am fighting the forever battle to get quality ingredients, not just calories. You may call me a food snob, and I guess I have become just that. But before you think that I live on seeds and nuts, let me assure you that chocolate is my most favorite food group followed by breadbutterandjelly. I eat grass fed red meat once a week and would eat cheese in great amounts daily if my stomach could take it.  Since their prices are so good there I was really looking for quality meat, meaning grass fed beef, or wild caught fish.

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Up from the Grave -- 03/09/2012


The approaching celebration of Easter has us thinking about the miracle of life following death, and that is just what this weekly special is about.  It happens to be one of my favorite specials because it is such a dramatic example of how what we eat can give us life rather than unnecessary sickness and early death.  I’ve never forgotten what this story teaches about the power of omega 3 fatty acids to reduce damaging internal inflammation, and I hope it has the same effect on you!

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It Comes Lemon Flavored! -- 03/02/2012


You may have already heard the amazing story of Joshua Bell, one of the greatest musicians in the world.  He went incognito down into a New York subway and played some of the world’s most intricate pieces of music on a 3.5 million dollar violin for 45 minutes straight.  Whereas the night before he had played the same music to a sellout crowd at $100 a seat, this crowd barely noticed he was there because they were so busy hurrying to catch their trains. A few children tried to stop but were pulled away by their parents.  Some adults threw change in to his case or stopped for just a minute to listen, but for the most part, he was overlooked.  What does that say about the human condition…that we find it challenging to catch trains?  I don’t think so.

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