On Valentine's Day, men and women around the world celebrate those closest to them with extravagant acts of love. Cards, chocolates, and other gifts are exchanged, all of them bedazzled with or designed in the form of traditional hearts. But how did this shape, ostensibly modeled after the internal organ, emerge as the universal symbol for the emotion of love? Although the heart symbol can be traced back many generations, nobody is really sure … [Read more...]
The Heart Has Its Reasons That Reason Does Not Know
As you watch the videos, think of someone you love, and hold them in your heart. Don't analyze it, just feel it - and remember, The heart has its reasons that reason does not know. Happy Valentine's Day! … [Read more...]
A Healthy Relationship – How To Have One
I continue on with our Valentine's Day series by talking about how to have a healthy relationship with a partner. A Low Density Lifestyle gives you the ability to be in a healthy and long-lasting relationship, because you don't carry baggage into it. Baggage is what can make you feel heavy and cause you to act out in unhealthy ways. Carrying baggage around is definitely one of the traits of living a High Density Lifestyle. I would like to … [Read more...]
The Art of Love
Valentine Day’s and Sugar – Is it the Sweet Life/La Dolce Vita?
Today is the first article in a series on love and relationships, in honor of Valentine's Day and the sweet life.
Unfortunately, too much of a good thing is not a good thing, and so sugar is something that can be detrimental to your health, and lead you into a High Density Lifestyle, which would not be the sweet life you want.
In the U.S., it is estimated that the per capital consumption of sugar is 175 pounds per year. The … [Read more...]