The Buddhist concept of interbeing – the inter-relatedness of all things – can sometimes seem abstract. But when you hear Michael Dimock, president of Roots of Change, talk about our food systems, you can see the world in an apple—and become inspired to work towards a food system that’s as sustainable for the eater as it is for the farmer and the planet itself.
Learn more about the health risks of eating too much salt in this ABC Nightline video. Dr. Frank Sacks, a professor of cardiovascular disease prevention at Harvard, explains that less than 2 teaspoons a day of salt contribute to 150,000 deaths per year.
Today at 12:30 pm EST I will be a guest on the Gary Null Show. The Show will be broadcast live on WNYE-NPR in NYC. You can listen in on Progressive Radio Network and NPR. You can also find a recording archived at Gary Null's website. Enjoy!
I enjoy this Sunday and contemplate the beauty of each moment. I drink a cup of tea and consider the vapors that move through my nose and mouth, the tea soothes my throat, calms my mind and warms my being.
A Sunday Reflection for Savoring:
The past is already gone.
It is not the present.
With each present moment, there is an opportunity of a new beginning.