Reminders in the Desert

If you’ve ever had the good fortune to visit a desert for an extended period of time, consider yourself lucky. For the rest of you who maybe haven’t thought about taking such a trip, perhaps it’s time to rethink it. We know that it will be more arid than just about any other place you’ve been but you won’t be disappointed. During the daytime, the desert reflects a barren and harsh place which is exactly what it is. At nighttime, the sky becomes a black velvet cloth sprinkled with diamonds. You just can’t see this stuff near a city. You have to be out in the middle of nowhere. It’s a real feast for the eyes and the soul.

The other side to the desert is the unique types of life that is going on right under our very eyes; strange vegetation grows, various species of creatures prevail and somewhere, deep beneath the dry earth a water source is tapped. And since rain and moisture are rare, these living things must adapt to survive in this harsh environment. Sound familiar?

Since our bodies are constantly combating our own attacks from pollution via the air we breathe or the food we eat, let’s take a hint from the desert and remind ourselves that we too are adaptable creatures living under harsh conditions. With that said, we need to make sure we are nourishing ourselves to survive. If you’re not vegan already, try adapting to a plant-based diet. By giving ourselves living food, we can better fight all the elements externally by reinforcing ourselves internally. There’s no better way to live a healthy and productive existence – in any environment. It’s never too late to get healthy and enjoy longevity.

Choose life. GO RAW~

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