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Le guérisseur ne guérit pas

Nadeije Athlan

Il existe en nous ce fantasme: quelque part existe quelqu’un, quelqu’une qui a la clé de notre guérison. Cette personne SAIT ce qu’il nous faut, va nous mettre sur le bon chemin, nous donner les bons conseils, les bons produits à prendre, faire la bonne opération et voilà! Nous serons guéri.es. Comme par magie, peut-être même sans trop d’effort. Le rêve, quoi.

La demande pour les guérisseurs et guérisseuses est grande; les attentes aussi; les croyances abondent autour de la maladie et de la guérison depuis la nuit des temps, car il reste encore tant de mystères autour de ce qui nous rend malade ou de ce qui nous guérit. Shaman en tout genre pullulent, médecins “scientifiques” avec leurs preuves et leurs études, naturopathes, acupuncteur.res, ostéopathes, chiros, herboristes…médicaments, remèdes, vaccins, prières, rituels, homéopathie, allopathie, bye-bye-pathie…tout est bon. Sommes-nous réellement si loin de l’huile de serpent des charlatans ?

Le plus…

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Molly Anne Brewer Nabs 3rd in Nationwide Writing Contest

Brave Enough to Fail

Molly Anne Brewer

Molly Anne Brewer of Indiana is a new author who enjoys penning stories with fantastical and sometimes macabre twists. She grew up in a small town, the youngest of eight children in a family of musicians, writers, actors, poets and artists. She is currently working on several short story projects and a full length novel entitled ‘Collide’. She makes her home in the Midwest, which she shares with her husband, two dogs and two cats.

Molly’s  short story, entitled “The Library” is, according to one of our judges,  reminiscent of an episode of Rod Serling’s Night Gallery for folks over fifty, or an episode of Stranger Things, if you’re somewhat younger than that.   Either way, it was scary enough to grab third place the 18 years old and over category of the Brave Enough To Write, short story contest which benefits Brave Enough To Fail Inc. a 501 (C)…

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Tips for sustainable travelling

The Soul Hugger

As I’ve mentioned in my Zero-Waste living: my beginner’s journey post, each month I will focus on one area of my life where I can reduce waste. Since I was travelling through South-East Asia in February, it made sense to dedicate my efforts into becoming an eco-conscious traveler.

Below I share some practical tips for sustainable travelling that I have implemented into my habits. While most of them are rather obvious and can be applied to everyday life, it’s always useful to be reminded of ways we can help the Earth.


Tips for sustainable travelling

Bring a reusable water bottle
A small part of my soul shrivels whenever I purchase a plastic water bottle. However, compared to my recent trip in Iceland where the tap water tastes like it’s sent from God/Thor and is filled with miraculous healing powers (or so the country’s inhabitants told me), consuming tap water in Vietnam would have left me permanently squatting above a…

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Sweet Potato and Apple Doughnuts

This is gorgeous and for sure a delicious recipe
Gonna try it!!

The Soul Hugger

Up until recently, the word doughnut would conjure up in my mind the image of some shabby guy with an oily complexion wearing a stained shirt and grabbing a box of greasy pastries from a drive-by Dunkin’ Donuts.

I know, so much judgment in that one sentence.

However, Instagram has been going crazy with pictures of healthy and vegan donuts lately that my curiosity got the better of me. As serendipity would have it, I stumbled upon a sweet potato doughnut recipe in The Vibrant Table while searching for some inspiration for a dinner I was hosting.

Verdict: I’m in love. If I could marry food, I would marry these cuties.

They are moist, naturally sweetened and for Goodness sake (!!) have sweet potato in them.

Enjoy, and please let me know how they turn out!

Sweet potato doughnut

Source of recipe: The Vibrant Table by Anya Kassoff
Serving: 6-8 doughnuts depending on your doughnut pan

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