“Because the work of caring for the cows and the land is satisfying, artificial sources of pleasure are not required. As spiritual life develops, austerity and simple living become a pleasure, not a burden. A cowherd farmer may not have time and may not feel the need for nightclubs, bars, cinemas and casinos. Herding the cows and taking care of them day and night engages him or her fully and it is a very satisfying chore.” - Dr Sahadeva Das (Cows & Humanity) 🌿🌾
Chicken Lips spotted at @mariesitaliandeli in Cumming, Ga!!! This place has the freshest, most delicious food around! Yum!
Starting something new! I'm a big supporter of small, local businesses! Where should we go shout out next?!? Tag your favorite business or venue! Looking forward to showing off North Georgia! ✌🏻❤️🐮
One reason we bought this piece of land was the vision of one day a good amount of our families food would come straight from it.. I think it’s wrong we have to go to the grocery store and play “defense” to keep chemicals out of our food.. It may just be wild blackberries we got today but it’s the start of our vision coming to light.. Its the start of our kids growing up outside learning the dying skill of providing and not buying.. We have a long way to go still but its the little things that make my heart happy about where we’re headed 🌾🐄❤️🤗