Daily Archives: October 3, 2014
I think this is one of lifes lessons that we should teach our children starting at a young age. Brenda Ann expressed it in a way that could easily be understood. It is a life affirming and positive way to look at life.
“The wound is the place where the Light enters” Rumi
There comes a time in most every life when our apple cart is upset, dumped over, or even smashed to smithereens. Seems we are just rolling along minding our own business when out of nowhere something HUGE and HORRIBLE comes along and scatters us all over the place. Could be a relationship falls apart, or a job is lost, or somebody dies, and we are forced to go through something that was not in our plans, at all. Our quiet little life is shaken to its core and we are broken open.
Why do these bad things happen to good people? Can’t we just live our quiet little lives without this drama and mayhem?
It seems that we have come to this earth school to learn certain lessons and when we get ourselves…
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This sounds delicious healthy high fiber meal.
Pilaf (also known as pilav, pilau, plov,pulao) is a traditional indian rice dish with vegetables and plenty of flavours. It is a wholesome rice dish packed with full of nutrients from vegetables and using quinoa makes it healthy and rich in fiber.
I love casserole dishes. a one dish meal is convenient, easy and reminds me of home. This baked casserole is vegetable quinoa pilaf- its packed with protein through quinoa, nutrients through veggies.
You can make this casserole in advance and bake it later. This serves great for lunch/dinner.
Preparation time-15 minutes
Cooking time-35 minutes
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