Category Archives: Spiritual

Spirituality

Gifting the Gift of Gratitude

Typically when we think of exchanging gifts it is all about the material acquisition of stuff that at a certain point in time becomes useless stuff and we either throw it away or donate it to a thrift store. But what if we could gift something that never deteriorated in value — something that lived…

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What do Your Numbers Say About You?

My numerology services are unique in the market in that I bring a spiritual perspective to my readings, having been a monk for 14 years from age 19 – 33 with intense study and meditation on the divinity of numbers. My principle realization is that God — the divine force that permeates this world and…

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Catching up with the Walking Monk

It was so nice meeting up with the Walking Monk, Bhaktimarg Swami during our visit to Orlando and it was serendipitous as well for wife Juliana and I are launching a new product called the “Walking meditator.” (Launching soon). The swami wrote about our meeting on his blog: http://www.thewalkingmonk.blogspot.ca/2014/11/thursday-october-30th-2014.html I have known the Swami for over…

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World Food Day is a great idea, but what is the real solution to World Hunger?

World Food Day is celebrated every year around the world on 16 October in honor of the date of the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in 1945. The day is celebrated widely by many other organisations concerned with food security, including the World Food Programme and the International Fund…

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The Teachings of Saint Francis are alive and well in Colombia!

Source: Food for Life Global There are basically two distinct schools of Christian thought: The Aristotelian-Thomistic school and the Augustinian-Franciscan school. The Aristotelian-Thomistic school teaches that animals are here for our pleasure—they have no independent purpose.  We can eat them; torture them in laboratories – whatever we feel is necessary for our survival. Most modern…

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The core value of the Pitt’s personal family mission is charged with spiritual truth

Brad and Angelina’s wedding cake was made by their 10 year-old adopted son Pax. I love this family for a few reasons: 1) They have made a point of celebrating diversity and the equality of all human souls; 2) They take action to make the world a happier place; 3) They are not controlled by…

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An Animal Sanctuary that touches the core of what Saint Francis of Assisi taught

I rarely endorse projects that are not my own, so this is one I fully believe in and think is well worthy of support. Check out their web site: www.paramatamafarm.com And their IndieGoGo Crowdfunding Campaign: http://igg.me/at/saveanimalsnow

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New Food for Life Documentary Released: Uniting the World Through Pure Food

The world’s largest plant-based food relief has a unique mission — the solution for world peace. This new documentary features some of the primary feeding programs the charity has around the world, including the Food for Life Annamrita midday meal project that feeds school children across India. Currently Food for Life Global affiliates serve up to 3 million meals daily…

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The Food Yogi INTERVIEWED on the YOGA TalkSHOW

EPISODE 108 How to Serve 2 Million Meals on a Daily Basis and Change the World If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element Prefer to download? Download  Email This Paul Rodney Turner, the “Food Yogi” is the international director of Food for Life and the co-founder of Food…

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How to make a healthy snack bar for your children

As parents, we cringe sometimes when our kids ask us for a particular snack bar that we know is not really as healthy as advertised. In fact, this is the case for the majority of health bars in the supermarket. Most are filled with artificial flavors, corn starch or fake fruits. So how do you make…

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