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    From Bad to Better: Finding Inspiration in Hard-to-Hear Knowledge

    June 12, 2011 •  2 comments.

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    Written by Robyn O’Brien

    As we learn new information about our food supply and how contaminated and polluted it has become, the knowledge can at times be disheartening. There are moments when the information can be hard to hear and difficult to learn, as it can cause enormous heartache and grief.

    But if you look at the information as a gift, as the greatest knowledge you could ever receive to help protect the health of your loved ones, somehow it makes it easier to learn.

    Because in the words of Charles R. Swindoll, “We are all faced with a series of great opportunities brilliantly disguised as impossible situations.”

    Knowledge does not have to infuse you with fear, but rather knowledge can inspire and empower you, so that the love that you have for your children can serve as a rocketfuel to create the change we want to see in the health of our families.

    And if you need a moment to reflect on how to do this, just watch this video of an incredible performer who is sure to inspire you.

    “Love who you are and let it guide you to who you can be.” ~ Mariel Hemingway

      2 Responses to “From Bad to Better: Finding Inspiration in Hard-to-Hear Knowledge”

      1. Wow. He’s incredible. Thanks for the inspiration. Great post! -Jen

        • AllergyKids

          Thanks so much for your great work, Jen. There is so much that we can do to restore the health of our food supply and families, and we appreciate your incredible efforts.

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