Friend and co-author Al McCarn has just reviewed Dr. Rivkah Lambert Adler’s groundbreaking (ground shaking?) Ten From the Nations. I highly recommend the review, but especially want to share a quote that is worthy of framing!
“…those who persevere in reading and studying even when the subject matter is uncomfortable tend to come out much better in the end – smarter, wiser, more tolerant, and better able to cooperate with others in the interest of a greater good.”
Truth requires reading and studying hard subject matter, sometimes even things to which we may be strongly opposed. Be willing to pursue truth, even the uncomfortable parts!
Never know what nuggets we will find, find helpful, end up being the Truth, or lead us in the right direction.
We use to quote that saying, “eat the chicken throw away the bones’. But I’ve found you gets lots of nourishment from those bones. And the longer you simmer them the better.
So, simmer a long time, enjoy some seasonings added, sip slowly, enjoy, meditate on the product, be strengthened. You might find that is just what ‘The Great Physician’ ordered.
Blessings to you.
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Yes, I rather enjoy my bone broth!