If you have love you will do all things well
Thank you everybody for your contribution, support, good wishes, love, and kind thoughts! I don’t have enough words to express my gratitude to all the people around me who genuinely want to help… Here is the link to the fundraiser: life.indiegogo.com/fundraisers/olinka-s-treatment–3/x/122755 Any help spreading this message will be highly appreciated. Thank you! PS To claim your incentive please e-mail me email@example.com $15 or more you get one of my crocheted toys (an uki or an ochopod) $25 or more you get another crocheted toy (sneal, baby penguin, papa penguin or…read more
The neck is a very important part of our body. It connects our torso with the head. A lot of vitally important channels such as circulatory, lymphatic, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine run through it. The neck is the start of the spinal column and spinal cord. Normally, the spinal column contains two dozen interconnected articulating vertebrae, and nine fused vertebrae in the sacrum and the coccyx. The neck contains seven of these, known as the cervical vertebrae. They are the smallest vertebrae in the body and are typically referred to as C-1 to C-7. Cartilaginous…read more
all the people around me… I’m getting support from my family, friends, acquaintances, and strangers, from the paces I never expected it to come from! I believe that people have very beautiful hearts as long as they do good deeds and as long as they follow the call of their souls. Shine your light into this world!
Every family in Ukraine and Russia has their own recipe of borsch that’s why it always tastes different. It can be meat based or vegetarian, fat or lean, thick and chunky or thin and with more liquid. I’ve learnt cooking borsch as a little girl helping my grandmother in the kitchen, but as I grew up I developed my own approach. To make this red goodness you will need: 5-7 tbsp butter or ghee 1 Tbsp salt 3-6 bay leaves 2 Tbsp dry dill flakes 2 Tbsp dry parsley flakes…read more
Be the change that you wish to see most in the world.
… the fact that I’m alive, for my mom being able to come from Ukraine for my treatment, for the generosity and support of friends and strangers, for all of the inspirational stories about cancer survivors, for still being able to teach Yoga and see my students grow… I am thankful for my life. I believe that this challenge is a lesson I needed to learn and whatever happens happens for the best. “Lord, thank you that you took it only in money”:)
It is an amazingly easy food to make and so delicious at the same time! The original recipe can be found in the book Wheat Belly. It was a little too spicy for me, so I played some with proportions and substituted all other spices with ginger since it improves digestion and still adds some kick to the flatbread. So to bake it you will need: 3/4 cup ground flaxseed 1/8 tsp sea salt 1 tsp ginger powder 1/4 tsp baking powder 1 large egg 2-4 Tbsp water Personally, I…read more