Some right wing extremists hate anything that leans green, vegan or liberal. Much of this is perception or sound byte based, not rooted in fact or even familiarity. This can be said for the left wing extremists, as well.
The Elephant Journal will publish and promote all sides of any issue. They truly believe in indie journalism and making the world a better place – even when we disagree.
That is beautiful. This is introspective and insightful – for all. Offering different viewpoints with respect and consideration is what opens our minds and gets us to think. And that is what we need more of in this world.
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Are you a chronic illness warrior? Does an autoimmune disease or other illness debilitate you daily? You are not alone.
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It is true that our expectations can disappoint us, but that is only if they are unreasonable or set too high.
— Read on www.elephantjournal.com/2021/11/expect-nothing-less-than-what-you-expect/
What can we learn from the seasons? A lot!
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Times are crazy. I long for simplicity. I long for a time when life seemed more civil and more peaceful. I long for a time when materialism was a luxury, not a societal requirement. I long – for yesteryear.
Do you? Read my latest on The Elephant Journal.
Are you focusing on self at the expense of others? Read my latest on The Elephant Journal.
Are you open to others? Are you living fully? Here are four ways to jumpstart adding some spice to your life. If you hadn’t read it here, read it on The Elephant Journal today!
Read my tips on how to disconnect in The Elephant Journal, an Editor’s Pick this week.
Visit The Elephant Journal and read my latest. It’s an invitation to reflect on our personal history and beliefs. It’s an invitation to color your world.
“When we open our minds and hearts, we lower our risk for being ethnocentric.”