as promised we've released our new VEGAN EDGE tee today following our orders yesterday | printed on our super comfy white tees, it's a must for those hot summers days - this #veganedge tee is perfect for our #veganstraightedge crew... snap it up today.
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Dinner! Mixed veggies w basil and sea salt and turky cutlets by gardein. 1 on its own and the other as a burger w roasted garlic mayo. Had some jalapeno montero jack cheese by daiya and crackers to start!!
Personalmente creo en la magia, he visto la magia y en ocasiones estudio sobre ella.
El manuscrito de Huld contiene diferentes símbolos de protección.
Este venía seguido de esta descripción: "Carry this sign with you and you won't get lost in storms or bad weathers, even though in unfamiliar surrounds."
La finalidad del Vegvisir es ayudar al portador a encontrar el buen camino.
Al igual que el tatuaje que lo rodea, mi vida es un lienzo incompleto que con el tiempo se ira llenando.
😷 Definitely no fun when your babies are unwell 🤧🤒 And your heart goes sad too ☹️ But thank goodness for @haloroom.asia to help shorten their sicky times! 🎊 1 week of intensive Salt Therapy and they're back on their feet 😅 Sometimes I even wish they'd just be so weak & manja for a couple more days just so I can coddle them more 😂 Cause hell knows how much I need some peace in a household of 4 🤯 Kaylee is okay when she's sick, she just sleeps 😴 Kayden on the other hand, has his "bad" days - moaning all day long 🙄🙄
#Repost Thanks for the post Matt.
Got in a car accident, had pretty bad whiplash & I went to see my friend, Dr. Amanda for chiropractic treatment 💆🏻♂️ I never believed in chiro but I do now... She did before & after high tech tests on my neck & back; this ish works for me! Thanks to @battafulkerson for being the best accident attorneys also... I’m not 💯 yet but starting to feel better in my neck-tal regions haha 👊🏼💪🏼 If you have a bad back or neck I highly suggest trying out all options (instead of pills) & try out chiropractics in your treatment options... What has worked for me: yoga 🙏🏼 @spirityogastudios, chiro & core strength training @basefitnessclub
A journalist recently asked me if there was a lot of overlap between the Recovery community and the Straight Edge community. To regular people, it's easy to see how the sobriety shared by both communities as meaning both are essentially the same.
At the same time, I don't think people should participate in both communities at the same time. Not for reasons of elitism, though. I recognize that the Recovery community is an important source of support for people working through serious emotional and addiction issues. The Straight Edge community is not.
Likewise, if addiction no longer has power over your life in any way shape or form, it's important to be part of a community based on an identity that matches the identity you've created for yourself. When I see people sharing that they've been in Recovery for 5 years, or 10 years, or 20 years, I recognize the impact that identifying as beholden to addiction for that long can have on a life. It tempers every social interaction, every decision, and every daily challenge.
Unlike Recovery, the Straight Edge identity is a strong declaration that addiction has no power over your life. A rejection of common culture in favor of critical thought. In fact, its membership is often comprised of people for whom addiction has never held any power.
Or, at its most extreme, people that have adopted the Straight Edge value system as a means of furthering their training in preparation for revolution.
Obviously, another major difference is that the Straight Edge community has its roots and traditions in the punk rock community. And it's tough to criticise a community like Recovery that is actually having such a positive impact on people that truly need it, in a way that we are not. Especially if there are people that are so proud to share their 20+ years of membership, there must be lessons there for us to learn from.
What's your take?