See that jar on the left? That’s the first Love Jar, from January 1, 2017. I took the photo above today. I understand if you’re skeptical. I would be too. But this is indeed the same jar, same rice with which my granddaughter and I began our first water and rice experiment two years ago today. I can’t explain the rice looking so good. I can tell you, it doesn’t smell as good as it looks. Not as bad as the other two, which just about made me faint, but bad enough.
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This experiment gives me hope that loving gratitude can indeed change our lives, and perhaps our world.
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The goal: To learn whether kind thoughts would cleanse the rice and water in the two yukky jars
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See those three jars? They’re part of an experiment the eight-year-old and I began on January 1 …
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