The Real Santa is No...

The Real Santa is Sustainable & Non GMO   I know this for a fact….he told me so at the National Heirloom Expo, 2014.  In this photo he is sitting with Nadine, of Nadine’s Favorite Ingredients, head of our Grow A Healthier Pizza Department.  Nadine gives thumbs up for products she likes to eat.  We feature...

The Return of Essential Living Begins with me now

  The Return of Essential Living Begins with me now. This will be my #Bestyearyet It is in each of our hands to Plant a New Script for The Future of Humanity. Essential living, a more simple and natural Walk is calling out to us to plant a positive renewed Seed Dream for The Future of Humanity.  –Leslie Goldman, Your Enchanted Gardener, Plant Your Dream BlogHoliday Prayer 2014   Facing  more challenge and I can remember on my plate all at once, I will take on an extraordinary opportunity, the opportunity to have my #Bestyearyet. Two  Sacred Seeds will grow in my world this year… Job,Tears, The Seeds of Life Fulfilment, and Kamut® Ancient  Wheat, and a pure original wheat seed that reminds me,  How Fast Can a...

Holiday Shopping Gui...

  This Plant Your Dream Blog is being Updated! Coming Soon!         Please check out The Plant Your Dream Blog Shopping List for my favorite  Non GMO, Organic, and Fair Trade Products, produce, and services I use and recommend for helping to create the  Enchanted Garden, a name for our renewed...

Planting The Future ...

  Marco, a worker at Rancho La Puerta in rain gear, December 13, 2014.  He was happy that it was raining and so was I.   On Friday December 12, 2014, the day that heavy rains fell in drought parched San Diego County,  I was in Tecate, Mexico at Rancho La Puerta celebrating the wet weather that gave a good soaking...

Essene Renaissance: Images of a world at Peace

        “So … you can see that our world in those days was a time of neighbors and friends … and the border was really only a line on a map.”–Deborah Szekely, Co-Founder of Rancho La Puerta” I just finished reading another segment of Peter Jensen’s History of Rancho La Puerta, Part XII. The story is about Deborah Szekely reflecting on her experiences in the early days at the Ranch and the good relationships between the US and Mexico on the almost non-existent border.  The story brings tears to my eyes and reminds me of something I once wrote:  Friendship is a River that has no Borders.     The Journey toward my #Bestyearyet @YourEG takes me through the gate...