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Joe Cross lost 80 pounds, cured himself of a chronic illness, and helped change countless lives along the way. The filmmaker and main subject of the documentary Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead, shares one of his favorite green drinks with us.  Serving Size: 16 ounces Ingredients 1 cucumber4 celery stalks2 apples6–8 kale leaves1/2 lemon1 tablespoon fresh ginger Directions More
Chef Roger Dufau shares this delicious recipe for Zucchini Corn Bread, which he serves frequently at Drew House, his popular bed and breakfast. This is not your usual sweet bread, but a leavened (yeasted) bread more akin to a loaf of olive or artichoke bread. It's great for dipping or served with dinner.   Ingredients More
Steve Taylor, a researcher and author of five books, was included in Mind, Body, Spirit magazine’s list of "the 100 most spiritually influential living people." His work has been described by Eckhart Tolle as "an important contribution to the shift in consciousness happening on our planet." His spiritual poems, published in The Meaning, offer a profound glimpse into the presence he speaks about in his work.       More
Art is the fabric of imagination that connects us with everything—everything that is, everything that was, and everything we are capable of being. It is the ultimate transformer and a powerful healer. Through art, we see ourselves, recreate ourselves, and often discover truths that otherwise would remain foreign. More
Steve Taylor, a researcher and author of five books, was included in Mind, Body, Spirit magazine’s list of "the 100 most spiritually influential living people." His work has been described by Eckhart Tolle as "an important contribution to the shift in consciousness happening on our planet." His spiritual poems, published in The Meaning, offer a profound glimpse into the presence he speaks about in his work.     More
When I first got to college, I had thought teaching must be the best gig in the world. Teachers got paid to talk. Occasionally they graded papers, it was true, but they only had to show up for classes two days a week, they got long summer vacations, and they never had to wear a tie. Teaching seemed in all ways superior to working for a living—until I attended a sherry party with the chairman of the English department. I’m pretty sure that was the night I decided not to pursue a teaching career. More

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