Whenever I meet someone, one question keeps coming back: “What about the man?”
Of course I share my story with you my friend my sister. Thus, I even wrote The Knot in the Spiral to prevent you from falling into similar traps.
Nevertheless, I choose not to talk about that topic with the new people around me. I learn that saying “I do not talk about this” was a magical sentence to stop further questions, politely and kindly.
Since I arrived in my new country, the word I heard the most is: “Welcome”.
While I express gratitude for Tunisia, Africa, my new place of living, I invite you to welcome the strangers and the newbies you meet today.
One of my dreams recently came true: I own an aloe vera and it lives on my kitchen counter.
From time to time, I cut one of its leaves and use the pulp for smoothies or for my skin.
My grandmother wanted to be a schoolteacher but her father would not allow it so he prevented her from getting French nationality early enough.
I moved to Tunisia a few months ago and I find myself getting ready to teach children.
I feel like my grand mother, who recently died, handed me a torch. She gave me her dream so I could fulfill it in my lifetime.
Moreover the planets are now aligned in my life, at 37 years old. I feel my life matters (it has not always been the case).
My wish for you is that you get to experience the planets getting aligned in your life.
This is the reason why I am sharing my experience with you.
I highly recommend the youtube channel of Hans Wilhelm.
I love learning about reincarnation, our purpose on earth and how to clear our life path of karma.
I thought about the teachings of Hans Wilhelm and reached the following conclusion: I am on this earth, in this body, so that my soul can experience what unconditional love is and what receiving abundance feels.
Oftentimes, we are on earth to experience what we really lacked. As if the universe had planned everything for us.
What about you my friend my sister? Why are you here to experience?
I am a recovered bulimic. I was very bulimic. It made me lonely, ashamed and disgusted of myself.
Today emotional eating looks like a bowl of rice bran solubles with cacao nibs. So of course I am happy and proud.
Because there is progress. Because I honestly look at it now.
Emotional eating, you are welcome in my life. I know that one day, I will not need you anymore. I am getting there.
PS: dear emotional eating, feel free to leave the life of as many women as you can, thank you.
Soak raw pine nuts overnight in water.
The following day, remove the soaking water then blend the pine nuts with a bit of water, one or two cloves of garlic and a pinch of sea salt.
This creamy salad dressing is perfect with vegan noodles made of cucumbers or zucchinis.
I love olive oil, or liquid gold, but sometimes it is nice to add a bit of variety 🙂
Cucumber noodles are simple to make and so delicious. My 9-year-old son loves making them.
I love having this little cute bowl from Brittany, France inside this beautiful colorful fruit plate from Tunisia: