“My dad recently told me the process of life is like sifting and winnowing— the method of separating the wheat grain from the chaff…”
“and you’re left with the invaluable kernels of life in your basket…”
“I can only believe this metaphor holds true."--Traveler Taylor Smythe
Taylor is going on 3 years of learning from the Nepalese people...
and she wanted to share this grain of truth with you too…
Here’s to the kernels of life and to feeling good—because after all, it's Friday!
-Jack & Alley, Co-Founders
Photos: Scenes of Nepal by Traveler Taylor Smythe, founder of Clean City.
Wikipedia (ahem, my favorite source) defines “pay it forward” as “an expression for describing the beneficiary of a good deed repaying the kindness to others instead of to the original benefactor.”
In other words, when someone does something nice for you, you do something nice for someone else, sparking an awesome chain reaction of kindness :)
Season’s greetings to you and your family!
We hope you have a great thyme this season doing your favorite holiday things: from cumin together with your family, to wearing warm and comfy cloves, to chili-ing out and taking some time off to rest. Oh and have fun opening presents too, just remember that “it is always pepper to give than to receive.”
From all of us at Taaluma, we wish you a rose-merry Christmas and a dill-lightful New Year!