World Vegan Day is an annual event celebrated on 1 November, by vegans around the world. The Day was established in 1994 by Louise Wallis, then President & Chair of The Vegan Society UK to commemorate its 50th anniversary. Vegans around the world join together to celebrate animal rights. Animal advocates hold street stalls about veganism, host vegan potluck events, plant memorial … Continue reading World Vegan Day – Take On the 30 Day Challenge
Bob Marley's words resonates in me: "My life is only important if I can help people. If my life is only for me, my own security, then I don't want it." - Bob Marley Yesterday Alicia arrived from Sweden, to join our last retreat for the season. She is 18 years old, wants to learn about … Continue reading Alicia is Our First Olive Charity Kid
Thank you all in Telecommunications over the years! Thank you all the internet lovers, for making the market, and all the kids for showing us how to use it. It connects us, gives us a fantastic tool for networking and communication. It allows me to blog for you, and you for me. It allows us … Continue reading “Internet Has Changed the Way We Live and Learn”
Actually it's called organic vs conventional food, so if you google information to find out if it's worth buying organic you will find the word "conventional" as opposite to organic agriculture. That irritates me. A lot! Conventional since when? Conventional meaning everyone does it? This is the fundamental problem. We have been made to believe … Continue reading Organic vs Pesticide Food
You've probably heard of the big company Monsanto: the one that rules Codex Alimentarius, the so called UN authority that rules you every time you eat, that hasn't got government representatives at all, but representatives from the big businesses ruling agriculture and food production, and much more. They decide what you put in your mouth, … Continue reading Want to Do Something Mind Detoxing?
Today we are greeting the Olive Retreat May 2014 Group. Some are new to us, some are coming back to us. Some want to relax, some want to learn, and some don't know what they want more than that they want. Whatever the reason is to take them into a new experience and learning, it's … Continue reading Olive Retreat May 2014 Starts Today
I often met 'Gurus' or teachers when I least expected it. This summer I lived in a beautiful little village in the Andalusian mountains, away from the crowded coastal area, to write my book. It was with both fear and excitement that I knew I had to isolate myself and go away. I both looked … Continue reading Who is Your Guru?
This weekend we hiked up la Concha, the highest mountain (1300 m) in the Marbella area. It's so beautiful, so majestic, so hugely vast. Up there, from the top, I feel so small, so insignificant. In a good sense. It's so relieving. At least for me it is a good feeling, like seeing the … Continue reading The Bigger Picture