The past few weeks I've shared some very practical information with you regarding the food that you purchase and prepare for your family.
We've talked about reading labels, paying close attention to ingredients, differences between conventionally and organically grown food, what is a gmo crop, and so on.
I trust at this point that you have a realization why it is so important for us to monitor our diet, since the food we consume determines the energy, overall vitality and health of our bodies.
Do you want to want to end up as a cancer statistic? Of course not! That's why you are here. To learn how to gain more food independence and incorporate nutritionally dense, disease fighting, health enhancing foods to your diet.
We all have great and wonderful ideas that we want to implement, new and better habits we want to start, grand goals we want to accomplish! All noble intentions.
I didn't say this quote. Bill Gates did. And it hit me right between the eyes.
No wonder he's so successful!
Reflecting on 2017, I looked at the good, the bad, and the ugly. It appeared mostly good, thank God! But then I asked myself, "did you do the most good?, for the greatest amount of people?, with everything you had?"
I don't believe in focusing on the past. My energy is best expended on right now and how I can make that better. So, I thought, what is the "most good" for me? Is it going to church on Sunday and seeing my friends and coming into agreement how great Jesus is? Is it putting a check in the mail to a ministry outreach that feeds starving kids from Africa? Is it seeing some homeless man and sending up a quick prayer to heaven for his poor soul? That's all good, but it's not the MOST good. Not for me.
This new year, I want to put out a challenge to you and ME. Let's ask ourselves, and be...