My Happy Life for Sale — #365DAYSOFHAPPINESSbook

the nose knows

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the nose knows

“That ‘new car smell’ is so dangerous it ought to deploy an airbag. Those silver fillings in your mouth could one day prevent you from recognizing your own reflection. If you wouldn’t drink it, don’t put it on your skin. Plastic may steal your family’s future. We don’t really know the long-term consequences of vaccinations. Indoor air pollution is the asbestos of tomorrow. Technological advancements made for profit will always outpace research designed for safety. Flouride is poisonous. Convenience can kill. In this toxic world, the nose knows.” -Dr Myron Wentz & Dave Wentz

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ecosystems

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ecosystems

“Our most important ecosystems are our homes and workplaces. They’re either making us well or making us sick. Each of us is a cellular being who interacts with every substance we encounter no matter how miniscule it is. What we’re after here is true health...making the space in which we live as safe as it’s meant to be.” -Dr Myron Wentz & Dave Wentz

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celebration

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celebration

“This is life, and we must not only live it but celebrate it. All of it...It’s okay to care how you look every day and to adorn yourself beautifully. Because all of this is a celebration of life. The more aware we become, the more inner peace we cultivate, the more present we are, the more we are able to enjoy every moment of life. We begin to live life how we were meant to live: with celebration, love, and devotion behind everything we do. Finding the divine in every aspect of our day starts at home.” -Jennifer L. Scott...

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right

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right

“Desires that lead to sorrow are wrong and those that lead to happiness are right...What helps you to know yourself is right. What prevents it is wrong. To know one’s real self is bliss, to forget - is sorrow.” -Sri Nisargadatta Mahara

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surroundings

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surroundings

“Surroundings should relate to who you are, what you love, and to what you deem important in life.” -George Lois

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