Alice Jongerden, former agister of BC’s Chilliwack based “Home on the Range” cowshare, started on a raw milk “fast” a couple weeks ago. So how’s it going?
Alice Jongerden. photo by Shannon Mendes, Vanmag.com
For all of you who are wondering…yes I am still on my milk fast. Whatever happened to blogging daily… Well, Day 16. I am still feeling just as wonderful today, as I did at day 4. I am enjoying the balanced energy I have. No afternoon lags, yeah.
I have had a few people mention to me that I could add coconut oil to lose weight quicker, so here are my thoughts on that. First, I am all about Milk these days. REAL MILK! Fresh, raw, unpasturized, from our cows grazing in their natural habitat! Milk is a perfect food. Full and complete, if it is from a healthy cow, eating a healthy diet. I am not taking any supplements. Continue reading
From Helke Ferrie, in Vitality Magazine:
Our Constitution guarantees that the laws, from which our government derives its mandate, shall work in the “public interest.” In actuality, this mandate is mostly an experience of illusion for the public, because the government and its agencies prove to be chronically delusional. The difference between an illusion and a delusion is that an illusion is a misconception, sometimes based on deception; illusions are correctable through reality checks. A delusion, on the other hand, refers to a belief maintained despite contradictory proof. Delusional views and policies refuse to be confused by the facts. Shedding illusions is the first step towards eliminating delusions. True, this is hard slogging, often painful, extremely frustrating, but unfailingly liberating. So, here we go! Continue reading