There is a correlation between food and life, if food sits out for a long time it spoils and so does life. I always find it interesting when i look at these two dynamics, which are food and life. For instance, we eat to live, that is life is sustained by food, and if one goes without eating, starvation occurs and eventually his or her life expires.
I put these two pictures here to remind us about the fragility of life. I bet when you dispose food into the garbage you never think about the similarity this has to life. From now on, when you look at food, think about how delicate your life is on this earth. It is only a matter of time for it to expire. While your life is still fresh and going, make it a worthwhile and do the things you love, the things that brings a spark into your eyes because life as we know it, is so frail to waste on things that bring you misery or things that hold you back. We all deserve to enjoy the freshness of our lives and share with those around us just as we enlighten our tastebuds with great food.
My point for this post is to love the person you are and not feed into the negative vibes that may deter you from enjoying what could be your last breath on earth. Eat up and live it up today!
Take a drive on Haxton Way and discover a beautiful scenery of trees lined up along a two-way street. A street that may resemble your neighborhood, but the only difference here, it’s like driving into paradise. I kid you not, your eyes will be graced with this stunning view of huge trees with healthy green leaves that are constantly producing clean oxygen you and I depend on.
The Haxton Way trees are rooted on land that has not been disturbed by pollutants.
The trees continue to thrive in this natural setting where its trunks are massive as they provide the needed foundation allowing the tree to stand tall and proud. With roots deep enough to help the trees withstand any windstorm, the solid underlying base is so firm. Figuratively, it is tantamount to a tight community that is always there for its neighbors, thats how close these trees stand in harmony.
The trees go back-and-forth waving the leaves in the air as the breeze sweeps through. There is a soothing sound that is so delightful to the ear, the air smells clean and fresh, and you can’t help it, but smile and let that breeze rush through your face.
This short drive on Haxton Way, will awaken that creative side of you. You will learn to revamp your energies, and your inner-child of yours specialized at observing with intent. This street will relieve all that stress causing you to gnaw your teeth. It is here on Haxton where you will appreciate nature in all its mighty goodness.
Nature is man’s best friend and it can be beneficial to each one of us to experience the aesthetic part of what nature can do to your mood. Come on you all, shake-off your worries and engross yourselves in all things nature.