Life is a Revelation…be encouraged

I admit I have been a McDonald’s addict for nearly all of my adult life. But Susie was finally able to talk some sense into me (I trust you are acquainted with my backwoods euphemisms). This post sheds some light on on that addiction.

Be encouraged!

Bright, shiny objects!



Hailey Hobson writes:

Over the past 50-60 years, our American culture has slowly become out of balance with nature. With the speed of technology and the crazy, intense pace of our lives, our bodies can’t help but live in a chronic state of stress. The phrase is “fight or flight.” Either you’ve heard the terms, or you may — in fact — be living it yourself.

From the minute we wake up in the morning, our bodies are prepared for that state of emergency. It could be the almost car accident you got into on your way to work, the three jobs you’re trying to juggle, your kids screaming at you in the background, the marathon you’re training for or the relationship with your partner that has become less than ideal… Our bodies don’t know the difference. Stress is stress. And it’s chronic.

Our nervous systems are out…

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  1. The first step is admitting your addiction. Lol. It seems you’ve made it all this time my friend. I have faith.


  2. livvy1234 on said:

    In the good old days, I spent about 3 hours a day cooking meals from scratch for my family, prepared a lovely table setting, and made sure when the crew came home that there was a aura of peace permeating the house along with the wonderful smell of good food. It is a travesty to see how people eat food nowadays. The roles of masculine and feminine are very confused, as is society. And of course, technology is not in balance with the laws of nature. Hate to mention a book here I read about two decades ago but I will sneak it in: “Faster.”

    Our body, speech, and mind is being manipulated and aggressed upon. Technology is moving at an exponential rate. Sad. I won’t be here when the historians evaluate this time in history that is pressing people to indulge in insane multi-tasking and the entire gamut of electronic living and robotic thinking.

  3. It’s not healthy and full of Calories ready to invade your Body.

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