Okay, I want to add one more blog to my Food and Eating Series, because somebody has to stick up for food, especially with the Christmas and New Years festivities looming.
It’s time to give food a break!
Food is abused, craved, blamed, idolized, hated, obsessed over, and wasted. Why not simply appreciate food for what it is, and isn’t. Like appreciating ourselves, and others, for our spiritual qualities instead of material qualities.
What food is: 1) a nutriment for our bodies. 2) a symbol of humanity’s equality, we all eat, we all poop…
What food isn’t: 1) the source of our problems. 2) a comforter…
Have anything to add to these lists?
“Normal control is gained through divine strength and understanding.”–21st Century Science and Health
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