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The Impermanence of Broccoli

The Impermanence of Broccoli

Dec 18, 2017-- In this piece, Alanda Greene explores our connectedness to the world around us through the simplicity of gardening and practicing yoga. In our daily lives, it's easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle, to feel overwhelmed and isolated, but nothing could be further from the truth. The lines that divide us from each other, from animals, and from nature are largely of our own making. In reality the definition of 'you' and 'me' is much blurrier than we may realize. This is not some romantic ideal, but rather a simple daily observation of how things flow from one phase to another. Life is made from existing life and when it ends, we return to the earth in one way or another, only to be combined with the make up of dirt or grass or bugs. All things flow into each other. We are all connected. (5059 reads)

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