“The economy of love can only exist because love has been made a scarcity. As infants, we are wild, divine lovers in love with ourselves and with all other beings. But parents steal this from us. They deny the sexual nature of their love for the child and sell expressions of love in exchange for acceptable behavior. They punish or reprimand us for blatantly sexual behavior, calling it bad. They judge us and so teach us to judge ourselves. Instead of loving ourselves, we feel obliged to prove ourselves—and fail often enough to never feel sure of ourselves. Love ceases to be a free gift to the cosmos and becomes a very scarce, high-priced commodity for which we must compete.”—
It seems kind of hard to avoid processed foods. Was the transition easy? It seems like it's just starting from the beginning with eating. With processed foods you know recipes and all the junk, but I don't even know where to begin in terms of that, other than just buying vegetables. Any tips?
For me not really because I’ve always leaned more towards natural…ness. I don’t use man-made chemicals on my skin and hair so not eating them just made sense. You’d be surprised at how easy and cheap eating fresh food is, and cooking things from scratch is pretty fun. Try it for a week! Why are you anonymous haha.
HOW. HOW. HOW DID YOU LOSE 40 LBS? What kind of work outs are doing? ffs I am jealous.
I really didn’t even intend to. I started getting into nutrition and stopped eating processed foods and that alone made me lose hella weight. Then I signed up for my gym randomly when they were having one of those ‘no registration fees’ weeks. I’m not even consistent with my workouts, I go maybe twice a week and run when I feel like it. I think it’s mostly what you eat!