|An apple tree after being fed.|
|A view from the deck of the trees we fed.|
Just as Travis and I sat down to eat our lunch the doorbell rang. It was our mail delivery person with the long lost box I mailed from Australia three weeks ago. The Australian post office charged me $156.75 for one week delivery. A sticker on the box said it was received in Amarillo, TX in damaged condition due to inclement weather. But at least it made it. It had almost all my dresses in it.
In my Natural Hygiene Course the lesson in Philosophy of Nature Cure was about The Treatment of Chronic Diseases (Part Two). I sent my completed lesson to John....and bragged to him about feeding our trees!
Perfect cleanliness is necessary, both inside and outside the body. Kuhne said, "Health is cleanliness." Anything that interferes with the circulation of the vital fluids and nerve currents creates disease.
We must abstain from everything that is harmful in food and drink in order to relieve the cells of unnecessary work.
I practiced my flute for a little while. Hopefully, Harriet Reynolds will take me back on as a pupil. Maybe I can get good enough to play in the New Horizons Band in 2012.
Karen Knowler is a raw food coach that lives in the U.K. I worked with her during 2011. It wasn't the best year for me to decide to work with her because of doing the internship in Australia. I wasn't able to give her suggestions the attention they deserved, and I wasn't able to participate in some of the live coaching. But her office sent an email with links to all the calls from the Extrawdinary Diet part of the coaching. I downloaded all of them and saved them on my computer so they can be listened to again. That is fantastic. I hope they will do the same thing with the Extrawdinary Life part of the program.
For supper I had hummus, tabouli, baby carrots, mushroom, cucumber, chopped up onion and tomato, and raw peanuts. Travis had a baked sweet potato.
I am reading a book called The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari. It is a fable about a high-powered lawyer who had a spiritual crisis.
To health and happiness.
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