28 Feb 2017 Dandelion remedy and Peace (quotes Fred Rogers, Milan Kundera and Benedict Cumberbatch)

Good afternoon family.  How are you doing as you visit me here?  It’s 5:55 pm on this Tuesday afternoon as I start to write to you.  I’m feeling better after using myself as a test subject for the medicinal properties of dandelions today.  I haven’t been feeling well for the past couple of days and I was like “F-it! I’m going to practice what I’ve been preaching about dandelions!”  Well I pulled a couple of leaves, rinsed them and chewed them and felt almost immediate relief for everything that was ailing me – especially abdominal inflammation.   We don’t use chemicals on our yard so I feel comfortable eating dandelion leaves from our yard raw like that.  If you use chemicals on your lawn….don’t do what I did!

http://www.blessedherbs.com/resources/dandelion-backyard-herbal-remedy/ – interesting article, there are many more if you look, if you are interested in learning more.

Anyhew – not much else from here.  I hope you are well in your dimension(s) and finding your ways to make this world a better place!  Sending my love and a big hug to you!

http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/tag/peace

Fred Rogers

“When I say it’s you I like, I’m talking about that part of you that knows that life is far more than anything you can ever see or hear or touch. That deep part of you that allows you to stand for those things without which humankind cannot survive. Love that conquers hate, peace that rises triumphant over war, and justice that proves more powerful than greed.”
Fred Rogers
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Milan Kundera

“Dogs are our link to paradise. They don’t know evil or jealousy or discontent. To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden, where doing nothing was not boring–it was peace.”
Milan Kundera

I saw this on the Benedict Cumberbatch Facebook fan page I like this morning and I thought it was beautiful:

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