Meals would become more of a joy than just a necessity. I love this idea and want to implement it more in my life. It’s too easy to forget that all the meals I am granted are the result of the sacrifice of another. Each plate is produced in a combination of many elements – animals, plants, farmers, water, the weather and elements of the Earth that provide the opportunity for me to eat that day. It’s a wonderful way of thinking!
Becca, my roommate. I can be grumpy a lot, but then I look at her and she is in a similar situation, but she is always smiling. She is one of the happiest people I’ve ever met. She works hard in school and tries to help everyone around her while appreciating the opportunity every day offers. I’m grateful for her example that inspires me to look beyond what I am worried about, and find the joy.
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