FAR AWAY IN THE HORIZON

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Far away in the horizon, Lies a world not too unreal, The air of which is saturated, With the molecules of love, And the clouds of dust, Are dispersed with hope, That rains… Continue reading

THIS IS NOT THE END, THIS IS A NEW BEGINNING

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Hello world! Today is 21st December 2012 – the day of change!! There are many theories that support the fact that TODAY is the doomsday; the end of the world as we know… Continue reading

WHEN WORDS END, MEANINGS BEGIN

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Through this post, I want to share my views about some thoughts that came into my mind when I stopped noticing activities on this blog. The purpose, however, is not to criticize anyone,… Continue reading

Let’s tweet!!

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Hello, my fellow contributors! There’s not currently being much activity on Daring to Live in Love! lately — we’re all busy, I know, & we have our own blogs to keep up with. … Continue reading

IT’S ALL ABOUT AN IDEA

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An idea makes us, An idea breaks us, An idea builds worlds, An idea creates words, An idea born from nothing, An idea consciously becomes something, An idea creates our reality, An idea… Continue reading

LESS IS MORE

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The things you see from the unshut door, The voices you hear of the cracking floor, The lines you steal in the bright daylight, The masks you wear in the limelight, The time… Continue reading

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Originally posted on On the Cusp of the Wave:
Why Fight It? Why fight it, or dare I ask? Why fight the urge to merge, To live, to bask In Love? Why resist…

Gardening in small spaces 101

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Gardening in small spaces 101 – Start a garden no matter your location. NaturalNews Monday, September 10, 2012 by: PF Louis With the rash of veggie and herb garden raids on front yard… Continue reading

SOME WORDS ARE BETTER LEFT UNSAID

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On the roads that we walk, There are leaves that are shed, From the trees once green, Where flowers once bred, With some voices that whisper, But no memories in their head, Every… Continue reading

Urban Agriculture / Manchester /UK

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September 7, 2012 tags: allotments, food growing, kitchen garden, Manchester, sustainability, urban agriculture Re-blogged from http://aerialediblegardening.wordpress.com/2012/09/07/urban-agriculture-part-eight-manchester/ Part eight of my series for Kitchen Garden about urban agriculture “There’s a huge amount of food… Continue reading

Peace through food?

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Why, yes, indeed. The PeaceMeal Project explores the intersections & connections between sustainability, eating mindfully, how food is grown & distributed, creating a more peaceful planet.  Visit PeaceMeal Project for info re their online… Continue reading

Generation Food Project: Campaign Launch

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The Best Kept Secret About The Way We Eat Today Everyone knows we live with a broken food system, but often it is easier to focus on the bad news rather than the… Continue reading