No one could be more awed and impressed by the internet than I, plus the phenomena of the social media Facebook staggers my imagination. So much on it that’s informational, educational, and entertaining. Despite the evidence, some just waste space and time posting worthless trivia to wade through, overall I’m impressed and fascinated by it.
We are living in an era when so much time, effort, space and news is devoted to the subject of health, and that’s a good thing. Some good, bad and indifferent. Magazines, newsletters, newspapers, radio, TV and social media, geared to health information.
Sandra Toliver, in Hawaii, a nutritional counselor, features a great deal of really good information on Facebook. Her photographs project an inner light of health, and her writings are presented in such common sense manner of information relative to healthy living. She is one FB friend I enjoy reading.
She presents information on subjects of things that induce healing I never heard of. Specifically, one is about the “Moringa tree,” and markets products from that source. Yesterday I received my order of its powder, to use in drinks, plus my order of seeds, to plant. Which I’m quite excited about, and can’t wait to share this with my seven year old grandson Prince William, who loves planting and tending his little garden spot since he was 4 years old. He will be impressed over having seeds from a tree in Hawaii to plant.
I was prompted to engage him in gardening when he’s with me, after reading about school children not knowing where a tomato comes from. Plus it provides me an opportunity to teach him a bit about universal laws. Like planting a tiny spinach seed, which has the know-how to push through soil much heavier than itself, with an energy that moves itself through the soil and springs forth as a plant, reaching for water, nutrients and sunlight, to provide food to nourish our bodies.
He’s going to be excited about planting a seed of a Moringa tree, as I Am. He has never planted a tree seed before and neither have I. Inasmuch as it comes from Hawaii, I presume it requires warm weather, so we will plant in a pot, and keep inside until it sprouts, to transfer in warmer weather. My daughter also wants to try her hand at planting and growing a Moringa tree, here in Southern Georgia.
I suggest anyone interested in nutrition, growing a tree, something different, and teaching a child, go on Facebook and read the post by Sandra Toliver, for more information. A very interesting and well-informed Facebook friend. One can order her products, and have them delivered in just a few days.
Much gratitude to Sandra for providing information and availability, on a new plant, I never heard of before reading her post. Plus a new adventure to share with 7 year-old Prince William.
Confucius say: “If your plans are for one year plant Rice, if your plans are for ten years, plant trees, if your plans are for one-hundred years, educate men”!!!
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