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believe

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believe

“For those who believe, no words are necessary. For those who do not believe, no words are possible.” -St. Ignatius of Loyola

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Pretty Pickling Pickles! Another Happy Week No 118

Another Happy Week

Pretty Pickling Pickles! Another Happy Week No 118

SO excited for the most delicious crunchy, fresh pickles this week! Cucumbers + fresh dill + filtered water + sea salt + mustard seed + allspice seed + grape leaves + fermenting crock + 3-5 days = prettiest summer pickles!!! #sodelicious! #sonutritious! #thankyousomuch @stonecreektrading @stpaulfarmersmarket The new basket backpacks worked so well carrying many, many, many pickles! #toxinfree #plasticfree SO EXCITED FOR NEXT WEEK!!!! Coming Soon:) Another Happiest Happy Week!!! #thankyouthankyouthankyou  

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Happiness Class: Health Benefits of Linen

Happiness Class

Happiness Class: Health Benefits of Linen

"Health Benefits of Linen Linen is a natural fiber made from the stock of the same flax plant that produces flax seeds. Flax production is extremely eco-friendly and sustainable. Linen is an extremely powerful aid in regulating the body's temperature and keeping the wearer comfortable.  Linen is very effective at absorbing moisture and drying quickly, making it much more desirable than cotton in keeping moisture away from the skin. This is very beneficial especially for items worn next to the skin. Linen... is antibacterial is hypoallergenic (recommended for sensitive skin) Doesn't accumulate static electricity Causes 1.5x less perspiration than cotton...

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god

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god

“God is the word we use for infinite love.” -Jim Finley

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Clothing Reasons

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Clothing Reasons

REASONS “Marc Lappé: Sensitive assays have detected residues of over a hundred different foreign chemicals and metals in our tissues - compounds and substances that were virtually absent from the environments of our predecessors.” - Dr Pitcairn “For many chemicals, there is no information on dermal absorption...Until the beginning of the 20th century, the skin was thought to be completely inert and impermeable to chemicals that might otherwise enter the body. While the skin does act as a barrier, it is not a complete barrier. Many chemicals do penetrate the skin, either intentionally or unintentionally, and cutaneous metabolism does occur....

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