|The Final Word On Health
the rise of smartphones and the newly formed habit of humanity
documenting our lives via pictures posted on social media platforms,
our species had figured out yet another novel way to aggravate and
torment one another: judging and shaming strangers from a distance. No
subject is off limits but very often it’s about the health, body size,
food choices and morality we can assume about one another based on
those posted pictures.
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A Mindful Interview with Mindful Vegan Lani Muelrath
providing the essential building blocks to meditation and growing on
that minute-by-minute with each subsequent chapter and meditation
sitting, Lani Muelrath sets her readers up for success. It is
particularly written for both vegans and those trying to transition,
making an excellent case for how veganism aligns with a mindfulness
practice, and why vegans might benefit from living in the world with
more mindfulness as well. As someone who was among the many that at one
time thought they couldn’t meditate to being someone who now meditates
daily, I think of the practice like a shower for my brain, or maybe
windshield wipers that help to clear off my murky glass.