There’s Just Something about a Cactus

For some reason, seeing a cactus is one of the most inspirational views. Perhaps it’s their simplicity or variety; tall or short, thin or chubby, flowers or not, somehow these plants withstand the harshest of environments and thrive. How do they do it? The desert landscapes where they originate are some of the most serene and peaceful places on the planet. If you ever have a chance to visit, you must go and see for yourself.

We should all try to be more like a cactus; to live with less and thrive despite the harsh environment around us. True, we have lots of options for our food consumption and obesity continues to be a global issue. However, it’s the sane person who is enjoying a plant-based diet, enjoying life free from disease and illness and maybe asking ourselves, what else can be eliminated from my diet? It’s not that we’re sadists but just that us vegans do better with less; just like a cactus.

Vegans are such great examples of living the good life; we have our health without which, we become a drain on many levels. Fortunately for us, our bodies are clean at a cellular level, we look and feel great, are free of aches and pains (unless we overdo our exercise) and sleep well each night knowing that our longevity is all but assured. Like a cactus, we thrive despite all of the craziness around us. Now if we could only convince all the rest of you that less is more, we’d really be feeling victorious.

Choose less. GO RAW! Change your food. Change your life. Change the world.

Want to be a Vegan? Get my book: “How I Lost 50 Lbs. on the Raw Food Diet” I did it. So can you – at any age!

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