You lit the flame of love within my heart.
The love that knows no bounds and no others.
No others to mix with just love embracing love.
Oh lord, what is the cause of this grace, That one such as I could receive?
Thank you father, my destiny is fulfilled and I am at peace. 🙏🌸🌸🌸🙏
Throw back #poetry .. I am my best teacher when I feel like I need fire(passion) or #motivation I go to I because no one knows I better than I. 13💜 to All the Real ones out there that got love for themselves because when you love yourself it will reflect.
RP from Dawn Crosby Peace Alkaline Vegan Fam!
I found this amazing method of Hair Growth I want to share with you.
I use rice water to stimulate Hair Growth and it does Wonders for my hair! Wild Rice starts off all black. Once soaked, the rice splits open revealing its white inside. Wild Rice is rich in protein and amino acids. Rich in inositol to protect from damage.
You can soak the rice for 30 mins then drain or let it ferment by letting the water sit in room temperature for a couple of days before using. "Fermentation lowers the pH of the liquid, which is similar to our hairs pH, which is also on the lower side (slightly acidic). As a result, slightly acidic pH plus the added nutrients through the fermentation process help restore hairs pH balance, nourish hair follicles to promote healthy hair growth, and improve General hair condition".-Nature Helps
I've been using this method for about one month now and not only have I seen major growth in my hair, it has also made my hair healthier and full. I have Locs so I keep rice water in a spray bottle in the fridge and spray once a day in the morning. This brings life to my hair! 😄
There are different methods to fermenting. This is the method I use-
Step 1) soak about a cup of wild rice in spring water for at least 30 mins. I normally soak overnight.
Step 2) strain rice from water and let water sit for 1-2 days until the water turns slightly sour indicating it's starting to ferment. Your rice water is ready.
Please note- fermented rice water is very potent so you may need to dilute with a cup of warm water depending on your needs. More for dry hair and less for oily hair.
3)Store in fridge for up to one week. Shake before using.
You can be a wonderful, loving present parent and still follow
your dreams. 💗 Honestly our children will grow immensely watching us follow our dreams, reach our goals and stumble along the way. ✨ I've struggled with mom guilt majorly. Thinking by making time for myself I'm doing my children a disservice. It's taken me awhile to realize my burnout and overwhelm came from this very thing. By not making time to explore what makes me happy as person, as Jessica the human, separate from my identity as mother-was doing myself and my family a disservice. It's not only ok to make time for ourselves. ITS ESSENTIAL. If you are struggling to find balance, justifying making time for yourself or feeling guilty, know that it's ok. It's ok to feel all of these things. You are a wonderful in-tune parent. If you weren't those thought probably wouldn't cross your mind. Balance is key. A few hours to spend alone each day to be with yourself, find joy in other things, or connect with other adults is healthy. Balance in parenthood = healthy relationships. What do you do to make time for yourself? What do you do when you begin to feel mom guilt? I hope today you fill up your self love, self care cup! #spiritualmamamonday
She was a girl of abuse
She was a girl of silence
Those tears were hidden behind
those sad eyes
But, one day she found beauty
Beauty in the sky
Beauty in the trees
Beauty in the birds
Beauty in the lady bugs
Beauty in all things
Even beauty in hurt and pain
because through that she learned
to love life and all things deeper than ever before.
Say this: "Today, I thrive." I'm done with survival. Yes. I am a survivor. I am a fighter. That doesn't change. What changes, right now, is this; I will no longer just survive. I will rise. I will thrive!!!
Letting go can be the most empowering thing you can do. Defending oneself and clinging delay the inevitable and cause undo stress and anxiety. Allow things to be as they are, without clinging or trying to control, and you free yourself.
The mainstream media and conventional medicine have done everything in their power to convince the world that vaccines don’t cause autism. But if that’s really true, then why are the very same vaccines that are given to people causing autism in primates? A recent study conducted by researchers from the University of Pennsylvania found that some of the most commonly administered vaccines caused autism in monkeys. The monkeys were given standard doses that simulated the same doses given to children — the researchers naturally adjusted the vaccine doses based on the monkeys’ weights to keep everything on an even keel.
The team, led by researcher Laura Hewitson, conducted the type of analysis on regularly-used vaccine regimens that should be done before they are given to children, of all people. This was the kind of experiment that should have been conducted by the Centers for Disease Control, but naturally, they have never conducted such a study before. What are they doing with our tax dollars again?
What Hewitson and her team discovered has completely destroyed the myth that vaccines are harmless and well worth their salt. Their findings showcased how what were considered “appropriate” doses for the monkeys’ weights and sizes still led to the development of symptoms characteristic of autism. The monkeys’ unvaccinated counterparts did not develop any signs of autism or exhibit any similar symptoms of vaccinated monkeys. The researchers analyzed the effects of several vaccines, including flu shots and the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine.
The MMR vaccine has been scrutinized for its potential to cause harm to its recipients. Natural News reports:
As of March 1, 2012, nearly 900 claims have been filed in the federal Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) for injuries and deaths associated with MMR vaccination. Meanwhile, there have been zero reported deaths from natural measles infection for more than a decade.
Of course, vaccine enthusiasts would just say no one has died of measles recently because of the vaccines. However, even before the measles vaccine was developed, death from measles was quite rare. Continued in comments