lisa london travel with lisa on shared humanity that is expressed through emojis common across cultures that have been in conflict for decades including the Israeli Palestinian conflict


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Travel With Lisa

We Can Emoji It All Better

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February 14, 2019
There’s so much deprogramming potential to be had in braving the uncomfortable, getting into each other’s space, and sharing the mundane human experiences that transcend the social constructs of race, religion, nationality--and therefore borders! After all, WhatsApp is nearly universal. So are heart and kissey-face emojis 😘 💖 We should spread those suckers around like confetti.
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Divorce Recovery

Gathering the Courage to Be All In

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February 12, 2019
In poker, the term all in means that a player has put the last of her chips into the pot. She can no longer perform another action because she doesn’t have any chips left. In a life transition such as a break up, divorce, or death of a loved one - to be all in often means gathering the courage to be vulnerable again.
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Lisa London Travels, Cultivates Joy


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Divorce Recovery

Cultivating Joy Starts With Gratitude

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February 6, 2019
I'm visiting Israel, Jordan and learning to cultivate joy through gratitude, mindfulness, and curiosity about all of my experiences in the Middle East. The one good thing about divorce is that it provide numerous opportunities for emotional growth. The challenge is to grow through what you go through.
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Eat With Lisa Vegan Recipes

Vegan Chicken Style Gravy

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October 19, 2018
This vegan chicken style gravy can be a staple in any southern girl's kitchen. It is simple to prepare, delicious and wholesome. You are bound to love this gravy. Use it to top a Lentil Nut Loaf or other meatless main. Get that recipe here.
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Eat With Lisa Vegan Recipes

Lentil Nut Loaf

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October 16, 2018
Lentil nut loaf packs a protein punch, is tasty and filling. This recipe makes about 10-15 servings and stores easily. It is also great for repurposing. You can crumble some up over your salad, add to soups or use some of the mix to make into patties. It tastes great with gravy.
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