I’m so thankful there are cookbooks with Gluten-free, Casein-free and Sugar-free recipes. Having a son with celiac disease, autism and a rare heart disease, the right diet is life saving for him and the best thing ever happened is, all his tantrums stopped taking him off gluten and sugar 9 years ago.
Be someone who inspires the people around you by the way you live your life and the way you treat others. Stay focused on your future and be willing to give all that you are to make your dreams come true.
Encourage others, and support them with your strong beliefs. Be a motivated person who takes chances when they present themselves.
Don’t wait or worry about tomorrow; just keep focused on what’s happening today. Be someone who looks forward to challenges and fully accepts both the joys and struggles that come to someone who dreams. (book: Is it Time to Make a Change? by Deanna Beisser)
In addition to words commonly used in everyday English conversation, this book includes unique and profound words from other languages and cultures. The word “Ollin”, for example, is a word of depth from the Aztecs. It described a powerful event, like an earthquake or a great storm that shakes the earth. It conveys intense and immediate movement. Ollin means to move or act now with all your heart. To experience Ollin, you have to get “All in”. Global words such as this can unite people throughout the world with a common language. (posted by Caroline)