Thank you so much for all of the informative information you post. You are a wonderful teacher, educator and writer. It is so easy to understand and follow your advice. I love the You Tube videos and your recipes and the call that you and Donna made together on Food.
I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate all that you do for the website and it will be very much a part of continued healing for new people for many years to come.
Blessings and love,
Here's another thought about your last post in this thread...specifically related to your friend with the green thumb.
I'm writing this response for two reasons...one just because those of us who know Mel will laugh...and for those who do not yet know Mel and who may be a little intimidated by his style of communication.
If you're new and you've been listening to past conference calls, you might think of Mel as pretty straightforward...or sometimes even a little aggressive in his responses and comments. He does seem that way sometimes...but...it's because he's very passionate about helping others get better and this side of his personality will come through if he thinks he needs to make a point.
Combine this with his life experiences (he played semi-professional hockey for years), and one might conclude he's a little bit scary.
Ok Mel...I'm about to tell off on you.
Mel's true personality is just so opposite from that image.
Case in point...his love for plants. Maria...you mentioned that your friend with a green thumb is like a miracle worker in bringing plants back to life because of the love she gives to them. This clearly illustrates that loving energy is felt by every living thing. Like the lady in the "Your Words Have Power" said...(something like) your words echo what is in your heart.
I guess you can't fake it with plants...you have to have real love in your heart for living things to help them thrive.
Mel is like your friend...he has a miraculous green thumb. I couldn't believe how beautiful his plants were in his house. Every single plant (all grown indoors) look like a perfect specimen...like something out of a seed catalog. He's had some plants for years and through multiple moves...some as far back as the 1970's...all still thriving under his care.
I watched him taking care of them. He has a whole bag of tricks in his "protocol" for plant care. I cracked up watching him get his watering can, tiptoe over to his plants, and talk softly to them while watering.
The plants must be "listening" and responding because they all sure look good.
Ok Mel...I've now revealed what a big softie you really are.
Consider yourself exposed.
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