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The tree of life, are you rooted in Christ. A man is known by what fruit his tree bares. We are experiencing the tree of knowledge of good and bad while we are here; the dualism of life..

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Apple Crafts for Kids

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How Can I Get More Fiber on the Low-FODMAP Diet?

Click through to download a free checklist of this infographic and a sample low-FODMAP menu! When we eliminate wheat and certain high-fodmap fruits and vegetables, it can be a huge challenge to get enough fiber on the low-FODMAP diet. Fiber is key for keeping digestion regular, especially with IBS-C. Building your meals around these fiber rich foods can really help! Click through or head over to http://calmbellykitchen.com/blog/how-can-i-get-more-fiber-on-the-low-fodmap-diet & get the…

workman: coffeenuts: 52004 Ginkgo biloba by horticultural art on Flickr. We had a giant ginkgo tree on campus. It was so fun in the fall when there were a carpet of these leaves under it.  But, they cut it down to redo the quad—“they paved paradise to put up a parking lot”.

Let the latest (September) issue of Organic Gardener magazine inspire and invigorate you – just in time for Spring. We have a focus on trees – from backyard planting to global forest action and an interview with former Greens leader Bob Brown on the spiritual connection we have with trees. As for vegies and fruit, we have articles on growing beans, juicy celery, and currents, plus succulents, tackling fruit fly, cubby houses, making a wicking bed and more. So get set for spring gardening…

from The New Yorker

Emma Donoghue’s Art of Starvation

#fasting #primal Emma Donoghue's Art of Starvation By September, her daily diet consisted of a single pill-size morsel of the raw fruit served in a teaspoon. On October 10th, she refused that, too. http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2016/09/19/emma-donoghues-art-of-starvation