I want to live a healthier life.
I want to eat fruit and nuts and when I can, eat fresh seafood.
I know that living with a lot of energy comes from an active life.
I know that I want to do healthy things, like walks in good neighborhoods, parks, little shops, festivals, markets, concerts, universities, hiking trails, ocean beaches and cliffs, lakes, vistas with good views, forests, riversides, and conventions or shows.
I know that valuing a challenge is something not all people are good at, but that it still brings great peace of heart.
I know that our vested interest in living makes it difficult to realize that we see ourselves as if we are entitled to live forever the first time, until we realize that we have to die to the worldly ways and life to be born in the spiritual afterlife of acceptance.
I want to make conscious choices to eat healthier and in less calories, and would like to remind myself that when convenience and habit and expense make it seem harder to do than it actually is.
Donald R. Anderson. Aspiring writer. Amateur philosopher and amateur writer of Apologetics (i.e., the Catholic reasonings). Faith-driven kindred spirit.