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Desiderata: That word| The Goddess on the Go

There so much knowledge that I’ve gained over the years but it’s really the simple things that stick. The words, that no matter how they sound different , the original meaning remains. I purchased a poster from goodwill that held the vision for the life I am meant to live.

Desiderata means what is needed or wanted. Desi means pure or unadulterated. While Derata has a few translations but the rat race is the one that stands out.

Can their be purity in western pursuits of fame fortune and abundance. These words were written before the height of industry for many nations. And still many strive for detachment from the constant flow of wanting, needing and belonging. So I’m striving to remember to just be. Allow my life and experiences to transform me in the midst of the complexities of desire. That’s what it all breaks down to me as. Make your desires your Desiderata. Nothing new remains, Strive to be Happy!

Desiderata: Max Ehrmann

You Can Slow Down the Aging Process | Appearance, Health, Lifespan, & Alzheimer’s – Miche, Ph.D.

You have more control over aging than you think. In this video I go over scientific studies on how to slow down biological aging, in terms of its effects on chronic disease, health, and lifespan; appearance; and cognitive abilities and dementia. The bonus content and discussion forums I talk about are over on my Patreon…
— Read on veganmiche.blog/2022/10/29/you-can-slow-down-the-aging-process-appearance-health-lifespan-alzheimers/

The Goddess on the Go| The Practice of intentional solitude| Women who run with wolves| weekend flow

I never thought the journey to peace was one that I would do alone. I envisioned my perfect life surrounded by family friends and lovers as my intention. I didn’t know that the longing for companionship and togetherness came from childhood experiences that left me feeling rejected and disappointed. So to overcompensate for this insecurity I placed on myself I relied on outside validation because being alone seemed like a death sentence. All these years later, still following through towards the intentions of peace and balance, I love my solitude. It reminds me of the worthy connection I neglected with myself for years. It allows me to remove the thoughts of others from my most sacred space my heart. Put yourself in a position to cultivate solitude, and oneness being all one, a whole one, still one part of a greater path and purpose.

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