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Chop Suey Friday

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Today I would like to thank the Nature Ripe Farms in BC for the delicious fat plump blueberries I had for breakfast.  I started out rinsing them, and was only going to have a couple, but some how the hand at the end of my arm, kept popping them into my mouth. What a mouth-watering treat. The now almost empty container sports the Canadian flag..  Pl Principle # 8 says “I will not have a mind to be greedy”  hmmmmm I see I will have to practice more restraint around the little beauties.

In the summer, when fresh produce is in abundance, I find blueberries and other fresh products I like, hard to resist.  I will go most fall, winter and spring, and not give a blueberry a glance, but when these big fat round ones appear. I succumb to the bliss of a melting blueberry on the tongue as  I savour the moments of pleasure they give me.

PL Principle # 3 – Appreciation – I will live with a mind of appreciation towards others and things.

Visit a link  naturipefarms.com to read about the goodness of the blueberry.

 

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This is a saying that I think should be posted on billboards all over the place. Speaks for itself. Networking is not kindness. It is important in today’s world, for connecting, sharing ideas, and it is super effective, I am a believer of networking.  But, there is a difference between networking and kindness.

PL Precept # 11 Always be with God

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Comments on: "Chop Suey Friday" (4)

  1. LOVE that saying you found about kindness versus business! I am a “dot connector” and like to use my blog to help others share their messages as well as mine and it’s about that first…using my blog for good. I don’t ever expect anything for helping others because all that gets me is a big fat resentment! Always examine your motives before doing for others. Love to you today!

  2. I grow blueberries in my garden ~ in theory the bush shouldn’t bear flowers or fruit because you are supposed to have two for pollination. One of mine didn’t survive but the other is still thriving and providing 5 years on. They are yummy and I can’t stop eating them either! 🙂

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