If it doesn't challenge you, it won't change you.
N E T W O R K I N G:
Go with your friends but temporarily breakup with them so you can make NEW friends. .
Hanging with those you’re already comfy with, won’t grow you, won’t challenge you and won’t get you uncomfortable. .
Do one small thing, daily, that scares the shit out of you. Your future self will thank you for it. 💋
SIDE NOTE: how about the new Saskatoon restaurant?!?! And what a lovely surprise running into my @yeahthatcyclebar
we’ll get a pic together next time!
And thank you @upstatebiz
for putting this together!!!
Hehehe spot our Bichon 🐶 He’s so adorable 💙 Love him to bits....
Life isn't about knowing what comes next. It's about not knowing and having faith it will all work out.
wow!!! our project in America is done. and customers said that our full spectrum is perform well! so glad to hear that.
Critical purple auto flower 🔥
From your green father to my green thinkers, here’s a bit more of the green history.
Last week we introduced the birth of cannabis as used primarily as hemp and its non-psychoactive effects. However, it was only inevitable that someone discovered its "high feel" component, THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).
It was approximately 2737 BCE when it was first recorded as used to get you stoned by Emperor Shen Nang from China.
Throughout the following 3,000 years, cannabis was used for medicinal purposes and spread from Asia including India and into Europe. Even the Greek doc Galen used it as medicine!
Many other doctors prescribed it throughout the middle ages and hemp was introduced into the new world in 1492 by Christopher Columbus. Both the French and British colonized and grew cannabis in the new world.
During the 1600's it grew even more popular and was often traded. And in the 1700's, doctors everywhere prescribed cannabis as medicine.
By the 1800's cannabis plantations were all over the US and doctors continued to prescribe it and was growing even more popular. At that time, there was no scientific study proving any harmful side effects that were anywhere near the side effects we have with todays major pain killers prescribed today.
Come to think of it, we still don't have any evidence backing those harms we all have been told growing up. We were making so much progress! So what the hell happened?
Next week we'll talk about the fall of cannabis 🥀
We talk a lot about figuring out what we want in life, but we rarely ask “what does life want out of me?” If we pay attention, the universe frequently gives us clues of how we could apply our unique abilities to solve a current problem in the world. Simply doing what we want is like taking the easy way out and it's rarely the best thing for us or for the world. However, if we take up the role the universe wants us to fulfill, it doesn’t always fit so cleanly with our desires, and as a result, we’re pushed out of our comfort zone and forced to grow and adapt - which is exactly what we should be seeking. As always, I recently discovered this lesson at a key branch point in my life and I’m fortunate I did (thanks universe!). What is the universe asking from you?