For the Love of Skyscapes

Contemplate the entire UniverseAs a magic showOn the grandest scale imaginable.Fabulous art, an immense painting in motion.God is a magician whirling galaxies of fire,Juggling atoms, planets, and us.Everything, everything is fleeting.~Lorin Roche, PhD, The Radiance Sutras Years ago, when I first began my travels West, I discovered the astounding beauty of skies. I was immediatelyContinue reading “For the Love of Skyscapes”

Nature Interrupted

Love the world as your own self; then you can truly care for all things. ~Lao Tzu If you are a regular Micro of the Macro reader, you have seen my posts on how the design of Nature is being interrupted on an ongoing basis. Harmful chemicals are used on crops, in cleaning products, andContinue reading “Nature Interrupted”

Super-Simple Bok Choy Soup

This was the first recipe I shared on Micro of the Macro. It’s quick, easy, healthy, and delicious; what could be better? According to the Universal Guideline for Human and Planetary Health, (WFPB.ORG), Human and environmental health are dependent on one another. What we consume greatly influences our personal health, the economic health of ourContinue reading “Super-Simple Bok Choy Soup”

For the Love of Trees

This post was first shared close to a year ago. Although it’s a personal favorite, it didn’t get a whole lot of love because, at that time, few folks knew this blog existed. I am reposting it for all my current readers, in an effort to instill the vital importance of trees for each ofContinue reading “For the Love of Trees”

Outstanding Blogger Award

I was recently nominated by Angela from SUITCASE Travel Blog for the Outstanding Blogger Award.  Heartfelt thanks, Angela!  Like me, Angela is passionate about travel, exploration, meeting new people & learning new customs.  I do hope you’ll show her some love by visiting her beautiful site! Rules Provide a link to the original creator’s awardContinue reading “Outstanding Blogger Award”

12 Simple Acts to Help Our Current Crisis

Extinction:  a word normally associated with dinosaurs, certain smaller animal species, and ancient civilizations.  Or, that used to be the case.  Recently, there’s been a lot of speculation on our possible extinction; that is to say, you and me and everyone we love.  Why, you might ask?  Because of our collective irreverence for Nature.  AlthoughContinue reading “12 Simple Acts to Help Our Current Crisis”

7 Lifestyle Touchstones from the Healthiest Person I Know

Over the years, I have learned that regularly investing in the health of my mind, body, and spirit is vital.  I don’t want to live forever, but I do want to feel good, enjoy life, and thrive as long as I’m on the planet.  When I go to my annual doctor’s visit for a check-upContinue reading “7 Lifestyle Touchstones from the Healthiest Person I Know”

Winter in the High Desert

The first time I witnessed a big snowfall, it was in Northern Arizona. I was walking back to my hostel from a yoga class when the flakes first started. After having lived full-time in the Southern US, where snow seldom makes an appearance, I was super-excited to see it. Two days later, there was anContinue reading “Winter in the High Desert”

Asian Veggie Noodle Soup

As funny as it may sound, this recipe will forever take me back to memories of Northern New Mexico. It was in a small hostel there that I first had a soup similar to this prepared by another hostel guest, a young Japanese girl who was selling it for $2 a bowl. It was soContinue reading “Asian Veggie Noodle Soup”

Travel Challenge – Day 10

A big thank you to my friend Jyothi at Travel Explore Enjoy for nominating me for the 10 Day Travel Challenge! The rules of the challenge are very simple. Post a favorite photo from your travels without explanation for each of 10 days, and nominate & notify 10 other bloggers to participate.  Be sure toContinue reading “Travel Challenge – Day 10”