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see in the distance…

I was riding on a train through green England and far away the sky soooo beautiful a train of dark clouds and I thought I’d look away why try to hold on and hours later I thought why not and wrote a poem which went though briefly seen a glance the sky can so delight […]

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Behold: the Business of Isness I have found an answer to the puzzle and of course it is not The Answer Mooji says ask who the I is ask who the watcher who is it that sees? and Mooji says I’m not interested in the answer just study the question who am I who am […]

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a draft

a draft there’s a deep sculpted cutting in the train’s terrain brick stone tunnel rough rick racket dark and the smell of the diesel stinks jostling over the bridge to the edge to the edge of  a beginning then the night wriggles through the long carriage no curtains on the windows to hid the dawn […]

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Fish Oil, Plant Omega 3s, and Cardiovascular Health The is some evidence that fish “omega 3”oils are beneficial to cardiovascular health. Less evidence that plant source “omega 3” has the same value. (Note: there are three types of “omega 3” or “n-3 fatty acids”: two from fish – eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) […]

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Omega 3 and the Heart

There was work done in the 70s, 80s that showed that fish oils improved arterial health. I’m a vegetarian, for many reasons. I want to avoid fish oils… but my arteries are quite clogged. What about flax, what about walnuts, what about chia? Are they known not to work? (these are the vegetable omega 3s) […]

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