When the Law of Attraction first came on the scene, it was crazy talk. Now, it’s an algorithm.
I tend to check Instagram about once a day. I don’t have the Facebook App and I don’t get notifications on Linkedin’s news feed. We live in an “if you like that, then you’ll love this” kind of world. And the more you click, the more you surround yourself with what you ask for, good or bad.
If you find yourself aggravated with dating, then posting memes about how terrible men or women are will not help your cause. If you feel the world is out to get you, local news will do you no favors. If you find yourself broke, then articles about how the job market is bad only serve to make you feel better about the decisions that are causing you to stay broke.
The interwebs, much like Universal law, do not discriminate. The more you pay attention to what you do or don’t want, the more of it you will get. We create the world we live in. You are the master curator. Choose wisely.
Just a word.
I only teach what I am trying to learn. . .
SPACE: SOUTH SHORE, A GARDEN & A RESTAURANT AT 7167 S. EXCHANGE AVE.
CRAFT: VEGAN CULINARY EXPERIENCES.
Chef Tsadakeeyah and Nasya Emanuel are the owners of a new vegan restaurant in South Shore, a southside Chicago neighborhood. They took an eyesore in the neighborhood and turned it into a modern, affordable place to sit down and eat good food. Using organic produce sourced from their neighborhood garden to create delicious soulful dishes, they are shining examples of what it means to love and invest in your community. But, they are also examples of how inefficient city practices are slowing progress to improving neighborhoods. No one with this much drive and ambition should have to wait nearly a year to receive a building permit. After the frustration of financing, and two years of permitting and building frustrations, the restaurant is finally set to open. MoonRose is immensely grateful for your commitment to creating a vibrant, healthy eating experience in your community.