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Honoring Green and Healthy Living

We are pleased to bring you in this issue our fourth an­nual Healthy Living Resource Directory, proud that the Dallas Metroplex and North Texas communities we serve have become a thriving marketplace for environmen­tally conscious natural products and complementary, integrative, holistic therapies.

Celebrating Love

February is a month filled with sweetness. We are again happily reminded to celebrate love in its many forms as people focus attention on Valentine’s Day and the affection they feel for special people in their lives.

Onward and Upward

Recently I received an email that said “Good Riddance 2017,” which ruffled me because it would discount the necessary and rewarding living, learning, loving and growing achieved this past year.

Spiritual Foundation

I love our annual December theme of Uplifting Humanity because it gives a nod to the real reason for the Christmas season.

Transformational Gratitude

Circumstances provided me an opportunity to start my Thanksgiving season early and in earnest.

Wake-up Call

Having just witnessed a pair of devastating hurricanes hit our country while tracking others in the Atlantic, I am convinced that something is brewing in the atmosphere of world thought we need to pay attention to.

Letter from Publisher

Fall brings intense morning traffic as we navigate school zones and buses and parents shuttling kids, plus concern for my coastal friends and family during the height of hurricane season.

Letter from Publisher

Most of us have been affected by cancer one way or another, whether it’s through the experience of a loved one, coworker, acquaintance, business associate or neighbor.

Wakeup Call

This past month I fasted for a day so I could binge that night on my hometown high-calorie favorite Mexican food, replete with extra hot salsa and a margarita.

Letter from Publisher

In thinking about Father’s Day, the term “Father Time” came to mind and refuses to go away, so I did a bit of research. Aside from the standard image of an old, white-bearded man with wings, scythe and hourglass, signifying the accepted one-way movement of time, I found a definition I like better in the Urban Dictionary.

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