Life is personal. "Life is not a journey you take alone." If you are a person and even if you're an animal, life is still about the journey of time here on Earth, for now. In my experiences I have come to know that there is much more unseen that also intertwines in our lives. Sometimes these forces are like shadows in the reflection of this picture. It's a undercurrent of love that helps to propel us. Sometimes its the opposing force like a propaganda given to us in school, taught to us as if it is a truth. The food pyramid is my current research project. I've never agreed with the formula. My body would give me pains for certain foods so as an adult I have learned to eat other foods and supplement with vitamins. My mother is now dealing with cancer and I am looking at alternative ways to help her heal. One documentary film on Netflix called "Forks Over Knives" (there is also a website of the same name) shows evidence that meat, dairy products and eggs (along with other convenience foods and packaging) have taken our "American diet" into a large health crisis. When the scientists in the film, who had already built a positive reputation tried to bring this knowledge to the masses, the classes were cancelled. What? Why? Well it doesn't take long to ponder the answer. Even without evidence you might suspect that the food pyramid might have to be reworked. And at the root of all is the money that would shift when the information in the pyramid shifts. In fact all the children in schools would also have a different diet. And we would be healthier and that would cause another shift from money in the health care system back to farmers. Wow. Our world as a whole would look very different. I can hope so. I see people looking for other ways of living. I'm looking. I'm finding essential oils that help me. I looking for receipes that suit my tastes and my budget. Jesus said, "Look and you will find." And in that thinking, it is always important to know what you are looking for and why. Because another phrase I live by was given in my studies of Wayne Dyer, "Wherever you attention goes, grows." Personally I like to focus on what is good. I like to study and make good even better. I like to learn. My personal journey involves a lot of learning. Presently, with my current health focusing on healing some weak veins, I am also learning how to just be. Just be a human being. Not always being a human doing.