Hurting

I won’t lie, I’m hurting bad on the inside. Have been for the past 8 days. But even with all its pain, life is so incredibly beautiful. I couldn’t imagine not being on this planet with all of you wonderful people.

Stay strong. We are love. ❤

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“Cooking with Herb” by Cedella Marley Has Launched

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It gives me great honor to announce the launch of my cookbook: “Cooking with Herb” – filled with 75 Herb-enhanced recipes, beauty treatments, personal stories about my childhood and more! Fulljoy entertaining the Marley Natural way: http://bit.ly/2vFOwXk

COOKING WITH HERB invites readers into Cedella Marley’s family kitchen for a taste of the vibrant Jamaican culture that is essential to Cedella Marley’s lifestyle.  Each recipe features one of three Herb-infusions – CannaOil, CannaButter, or CannaVanilla Extract – to help readers cook party-friendly fare like Grilled Jerk Chicken with Tamarind Barbecue Sauce and Sticky Sweet Potato Pudding the Marley Way.  

And while hearty, comforting Jamaican classics are a central component of the book, Cedella also highlights ways to incorporate cannabis into your natural beauty and wellness regime, with scrubs and soaks (Pumpkin Face Scrub; Aloe-Hemp Exfoliator).

More than just a collection of recipes, COOKING WITH HERB is filled with practical information, beautiful photography, and Cedella’s personal stories about growing up with her famous father.

Quotes On Spirituality From Albert Einstein

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Spirituality quotes from Albert Einstein:

1. I want to know God’s thoughts; the rest are details.

2. Science without religion is lame. Religion without science is blind.

3. My religion consists of a humble admiration of the illimitable superior spirit who reveals himself in the slight details we are able to perceive with our frail and feeble mind. Continue reading Quotes On Spirituality From Albert Einstein

San Diego Wants to Allow Homeless People to Live Inside Empty Football Stadium

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(ANTIMEDIA) San Diego, CA — In an effort to combat a growing homelessness crisis, city officials in San Diego are developing a plan to temporarily house vagrants at a university practice field, local media reported Monday. The proposal comes as the city unveils a new 62-unit apartment complex specifically designed to shelter homeless individuals and families.

“I think all things are on the table,” Councilman Chris Cate said Monday. Cate is a member of the city’s Select Committee on Homelessness, and the plan is the brainchild of the committee’s chairman, Christopher Ward. Continue reading San Diego Wants to Allow Homeless People to Live Inside Empty Football Stadium

Magic Mushrooms May Hold Key to Long-Term Relief from Anxiety and Depression

By Dr. Joseph Mercola, Wake Up World

According to data from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), the prevalence of anxiety disorders in the U.S. may be as high as 40 million, or about 18 percent of the population over the age of 18, making it the most common mental illness in the nation.[1],[2] This includes generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety and panic disorder. Research[3] published in 2015 also noted that anxiety (characterized by constant and overwhelming worry and fear) is becoming increasingly prevalent in the U.S., presently eclipsing all forms of cancer by 800 percent. Continue reading Magic Mushrooms May Hold Key to Long-Term Relief from Anxiety and Depression

Psoriasis Treatment: How Your Diet Matters

By Joe Leech, The Mind Unleashed

Psoriasis is complex to treat.

In fact, Physician Paul Bechet once said it’s “the antidote to a dermatologist’s ego” (1).

It’s an autoimmune disease that causes chronic pain and itching that can severely impact on quality of life.

Many foods and supplements are rumored to help with psoriasis treatment. But does research support these claims? Continue reading Psoriasis Treatment: How Your Diet Matters

Cedella Marley: You Are One of a Kind

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It is important to remember that you are one of a kind. While it is easy to get in the bad habit of comparing yourself to others, it is much easier to embrace your differences and focus on you.

Yes, it is important to learn from others but take those lessons and apply them to your own life. Celebrate your authentic self and live life to the fullest.

One love…Cedella

https://www.anicetime.com/single-post/2017/07/25/Positive-Vibrations-72517

We Are One – A Native American Perspective

By Gregg Prescott, M.S., BodyMindSoulSpirit.com

As a society, we have lost that connection to nature and how it interacts with every form of life. We have bought into ego, materialism, and greed at the expense of depleting our resources and subsequently killing that which keeps us alive.

The following video contains quotes from Floyd Red Crow Westerman, Oren Lyons, and Russell Means. These Native American words of wisdom show our link to all life and the future of our planet. Continue reading We Are One – A Native American Perspective

Fill the Swamp: Trump to Put Military Industrial Complex Lobbyist in Charge of the Army

By James Holbrooks, Anti-Media

(ANTIMEDIA)  — Last Wednesday, it was reported that Donald Trump was moving to nominate Raytheon lobbyist Mark Esper for secretary of the Army. Raytheon is one of the “big five” defense contractors, and the president’s decision comes at a time when concerns are being raised over the idea of defense industry executives being placed in senior positions at the Pentagon. Continue reading Fill the Swamp: Trump to Put Military Industrial Complex Lobbyist in Charge of the Army

How Spending Time in Nature Makes Us Kinder and More Generous

By Carolanne WrightWake Up World

Want to bring out the very best in yourself? Science says spend more time in nature.

Richard Ryan, a professor of psychology and psychiatry at the University of Rochester, believes communing with nature far exceeds the benefits of easing stress and improving health — it also greatly influences our values and overall behavior as we go about our daily lives. Continue reading How Spending Time in Nature Makes Us Kinder and More Generous