Food for Thought

Good morning ♡

I came across this story, & I think I saw this before, but in any case, it’s refreshing to see this type of compassion taking place. Meet Minu Pauline, a young woman who left her “cushy” bank job to pursue her goals of opening her own restaurant. Sadly to her surprise,she noticed there were a large amount of homeless people digging in her trash looking for food to eat. She made a decision at that time to make accessing food for them a lot easier (& more dignified). Minu set up a fridge outside her restaurant, Pappadavada in Kochi, India. From her restaurant, she puts left over food in the fridge to allow people in need to come & take what they need. Since setting it up in 2013, the fridge has become a huge success. Community members are also welcome to contribute as well. Minu has even mamed the fridge, “Nanma Maram,” meaning “tree of goodness” or “virtue tree,” & stays open 24/7.

I found this to be so inspiring. This woman, not only followed her own dreams of owning & running her own restaurant, she saw a need in her community & made moves to meet it. Sometimes we see things that require attention & we think maybe we are not equipped to meet the need. We underestimate ourselves & our true power to actually make things happen. Whatever it is in your life, big or small, make the moves you need to make things happen. Baby steps are better than none, & of course you will run into obstacles (or as I like to say, stepoing stones), that will test your will & strength, but we were made by Divine energy, Divine power, & we really can do anything. Remember this as you go about your day today, that your energies, your thoughts, words, & actions, create the environment you live in. Let’s contribute to making it a good one, as the vibrations we send out are not only what comes back to us but also affects those around us ♡ What have you seen lately that requires attention that you can possibly contribute to?

Visit to read more about Minu Pauline 🙂

Love yourself & be yourself. Peace & Love ♡ ☆

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our Light, not our Darkness, that most frightens us.”-Marianne Williamson



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