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All of us together, doing what we can to make this world kinder and healthier.

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All of us together, doing what we can to make this world kinder and healthier.
For those of us sitting in solidarity with those outdoors suffering through innumerable challenges to have something like REALITY BITES with us brings a community offering of comfort and real time help all perfectly delivered in a cup thanks to the Singing Bowl Granola community.

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Poverty isn't just for Christmas (or Living in Abundance and Generosity)

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Poverty isn't just for Christmas (or Living in Abundance and Generosity)
Like puppies, poverty isn’t just for Christmas.  Poverty isn’t going anywhere soon, so it is up to those of us who have enough to help those who don’t.

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When Reality Bites, we bite back!

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When Reality Bites, we bite back!
Food is energy. Food is love. Food helps us through tough situations.  With your help, I hope to share love and nourishment with those who need it the most.

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How Do We Care For Each Other? or Creating the Shtetl We Want to Live In.

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How Do We Care For Each Other? or Creating the Shtetl We Want to Live In.

We can care for those we love, and we can care for complete strangers. We see it every day. We do it every day. Community care happens despite atrocities. Community care happens because of atrocities.

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Reciprocity

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Reciprocity

“You might rightly observe that we no longer live in small, insular societies, where generosity and mutual esteem structure our relations. But we could. It is within our power to create such webs of interdependence, quite outside the market economy. Intentional communities of mutual self-reliance and reciprocity are the wave of the future, and their currency is sharing. The move toward a local food economy is not just about freshness and food miles and carbon footprints and soil organic matter. It is all of those things, but it’s also about the deeply human desire for connection, to be in reciprocity...

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