Bread and Soup

by Joan Greenblatt

We are all familiar with the well-known maxim, “you are what you eat,” and we have all felt the ill effects of food not properly digested. Since the body-mind connection is an interdependent circle, supplying the body with simple, nourishing food makes life lighter and less encumbered; our attention is not diverted but focused and concentrated. We can also choose to bring a special dimension to the preparation and serving of food. A meal cooked and served with love and awareness lifts the spirit and clears the mind of both the giver and . . .


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