Whole Life Magazine

December/January 2014

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Making daily prayers of thanks for all the forms of abundance in my life has transformed my heart. Every morning when I go outside and stand on the earth and still myself to pray, I am reminded of something that Maya Angelou tweeted a year before she died: "This is a wonderful day. I've never seen this one before." Diana Rico contributors While I like to believe I live my life to the fullest every day, sometimes it takes a special person like Anam Cara Hospice founder Mitch Metzner to remind us that every moment of life is precious. I'm fortunate to have had good genes and health habits passed to my by my family, but it is reassuring to know there is a warm, comfort- ing alternative for end of life care should I need it. Elyse Glickman In the culinary world, it's easy to get lost in the lavishness: paying high prices for small plates; quibbling over whether this wine pairs with that flavor. In reality, one in five children in America lives in a household that struggles to put food on the table. It was inspiring to find chefs using their talents and influence to support meaningful causes. Sarika Chawla Writing a piece on Death Valley was a wonderful experience. I've been visiting the area regularly for more than ten years, traveling back roads and taking adventure hikes with my children. It was a pleasure to stay in eco-conscious lux- ury in the park and especially, in such a dry part of the planet, to savor Xanterra's delightful mineral water swimming pool. Genie Davis 310 396 9900 www.anandala.org 10524 W. Pico Blvd #214, LA 90064 Free parking in the back Join us! Our services include: Meditation Kriya Yoga Joyful Music Energy Healing Spiritual Community 8 wholelifetimesmagazine.com

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