¿Sabías que el cacahuate te aporta casi todos los nutrientes que tu cuerpo necesita al día? 🐘
La cantidad recomendada por porción son 30 g, lo que quepa en el puño de tu mano o ¼ de taza. 🚩 No olvides que el consumo moderado de todos los alimentos, así como la combinación adecuada nos ayuda a aprovechar al máximo sus propiedades.
Our hearts and heads have the most interesting way with each other, if we let them. How they filter, what they retain. You see, I remember exactly where I was, what I as doing, every piece of the morning my mother died. Time moves so slow in these seconds, hours, days, in pain- it doesn't stay that way, but in those moments, feels like it could last forever. It's loss that does this, not just death, not simply sadness- it's loss, the loss of love. It becomes more than a feeling, its visceral and consuming; to feel, is to be alive, and we are never more aware of our fleeting humanness than when loss hits. I remember the loss so clearly, because those moments slowed enough to feel it all. The way I hung up the phone, and flushed the toilet, yes I was peeing during a break at work when my father called and I knew exactly why. The way my boss embraced me and told me to go, and not to worry about anything but my family. The steps I took to walk out from work, the sun I felt when I finally walked outside, the looks of strangers when I collapsed by the riverside, doubled in pain that couldn't be just my heart breaking, I thought I must have been dying too. I felt the cold ground and the warm grass, the hand of the stranger on my shoulder, the voice that let me know, yes, I'm alive, and no, your Ma isn't. I don't want to remember it like this, but I do, the human brain, so capable of holding in our pain, but the heart, perfectly designed to pump out the old, and breathe in the new. It's my heart that allowed me to go on, despite the breaks. It was the decision to turn to my heart every time my brain reminded me of the loss, it was this heart that demanded I go on, to help rewire my brain from pain back into love; because love is the most powerful medicine we have, and our heart, the most powerful piece of our being. It will always lead the way through, to healing, if we let it; let it lead back to love. #loveandalliscoming 💛 (oldie, goodie PC @sophielions )
@sam_iliev living it up in Melbourne. Check out his article on his recent trip across the ditch on our website now, and get your wanderlust on. @sofitelmelbourneoncollins