THE PATH TO ENLIGHTENMENT

As many of you know, the show Chopped on the Food Network never ceases to be a source of inspiration for this blog. Last night was no different, albeit for different reasons. The cheftestants were not those who work as restaurant chefs, private chefs, or even culinary instructors. They were those who worked in non-profitContinue reading “THE PATH TO ENLIGHTENMENT”

ALL ARE WORTHY

Somebody recently asked me why I continue to write in this blog? How many different connections can one possibly make between food and spirituality? I just smiled and said the connections are endless. They challenged me to make a connection between food addictions and spirituality. As I have a few (olives, pot stickers, sashimi, anythingContinue reading “ALL ARE WORTHY”

Sometimes we th…

Sometimes we think it is our place to tell other adults what to do; it’s not. It’s their place to make decisions about their journey and their lives. When we make decisions for others, then we are saying I devalue you and your ability to make choices and decisions about your own life. Rev DrContinue reading “Sometimes we th…”

Thank you for loving me

Every morning one of the first things I do is to take time to thank you for at least five things I have been blessed with in my life. Sometimes they are not things in my life, but the absence of things in my life. When I hear of people who are struggling with andContinue reading “Thank you for loving me”

I am Interesting!

Recently, a fellow blogger, Ariffa, nominated me for The Versatile Blogger award. It was not like it was one of those big deal awards. It was one of those ways of getting to know other bloggers and to allow other bloggers to get to know you. It was a simple process. You had to list fifteenContinue reading “I am Interesting!”

On Earth as it is in Heaven

This morning I came across this quote from don Miguel Ruiz Jr.’s book, The Five Levels of Attachment. He wrote: “The main job of the ego is to protect the false image of a separate self. One way it accomplishes this is by reinforcing the illusion of personal importance. Read More