Rev. DiAnne Ritola What are You Really Hungry For

Here we are at the end of January, and by now nearly 50% of people who made New Year’s resolutions to get fit/work out, save money, eat healthy, start a spiritual practice, lose weight, keep a journal, and many other “self-improvement” declarations, have gone back to the habits that led to the resolutions in the first place.

What if we didn’t start with the idea of I MUST…, but instead began with curiosity and gentleness? If we take the fundamental life-giving attitude of nourishment away from the shoulds and the have-tos, we might choose those foods, ideas, and relationships that truly feed our deepest hungers.

Today, we’ll explore what it means to nourish our bodies, intellects, spirits, and communities from a place of love and easefulness.

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