Why you want to put your hands in the dirt

Why you want to put your hands in the dirt
Young Living has this incredible quality commitment called seed to seal.  
It's not a slogan it's a calling.

Seed where?  
To whom?  
Sealing what now?
What does this all mean?   

Seed to seal means that from the time the certified non-GMO seeds are chosen an hand-selected, to the time each essential oil bottle is sealed, every step of the process is painstakingly controlled 100% by Young Living.
Every. Single. Step.

The three pillars of Seed to Seal—Sourcing, Science, and Standards— ensure that the farming, harvesting, distillation, legal compliance, and quality testing of the essential oils produced by Young Living are all done without compromise.  
It also ensures that we care deeply for the earth, our farms, our plants, and the employees in communities that surround them.
Young Living has been bringing pure oils “from the soil to the oil” since 1993, a process that takes years to begin, and far more to perfect.

So why settle for anything less?

See for yourself...
Young Living is the only essential oil company in the world that is not a broker.  
Young Living is the only essential oil company in the world that owns or partners with each farm AND distills all oils on-site.  
This company has nothing to hide, truly zip.   
They are so open and transparent that their farms and distilleries around the world are open to the public where you, too, can see their commitment to qualify and sustainability with your very own eyes.  

Get to a farm. Stick your hands in the dirt.  It will change you forever.

I sure did me.   Every single time I open a bottle of Juniper, it take me right back to that first step on to the farm.   I wiped touched, I smelled, I tasted, I felt, I laughed, I wiped tears.   It is hard to put into words, and it all comes back with one inhalation.

You know how when you go to a healthy, open-kitchen restaurant and feel reassured as you watch your food getting prepared with the freshest ingredients?  
This is the same open-- door philosophy at Young Living.   
We encourage you to visit the farms, tour our distilleries, participate in a harvest,  meet the people,  feel the true passion for the purity and purpose.   
It is who we are.  

Ready for more?   
We start with what we call an ‘oil map’.    
It helps you see the benefits available for you right where you are.   
 

Remember to put your glass down

Remember to put your glass down
Are you carrying stress walking through, a pandemic, adjusting to working from home, caring for an elderly parent,  a special needs child, a consuming job, difficult relationship you are navigating?  

It seems like we are always grasping for something to stay afloat…. 
In the meantime, we fall through; exhausted with one nostril above the waves. 
(I have listened to the song ‘Oceans’ by Hillsong literally thousands of times). click to listen

Our own health suffers, our view is foggy, relationships suffer, marriage is strained as we juggle and cope. 
We feel like we have been run over by a semi-truck a few times…
And we live life with an empty cup, trying to eek one more drop out of the cup.

Our friendships, relationships, conversations, are mostly centered around the weight of the latest storm we are in.
The situations on the front burner are sizzling. 
We view everything through stress filled glasses.
Always reaching and grasping. 
All the while our own knees are wobbling, and we are trying to support without ever feeling like “we’ve got this”
This IS our story.  Is it yours?     
Maybe this is how you feel...  watch this
How long can you keep hanging on? 
We are offering to come along side you, and walk with you in this journey, and help you to “remember to put your glass down.”     

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Who are you shining for?

Who are you shining for?
I read a story about a lighthouse keeper who worked on a rocky stretch of coastline.
Once a month he would receive a new supply of oil to keep the light burning so ships could safely sail near the rocky coast.

One night, though, a woman from a nearby village begged him for oil to keep her family warm.
Another time, a man asked for some oil to use for his lamp.
Another came and asked for oil to lubricate his wheels.
Since all the requests were legitimate, the light keeper tried to please everyone and grant the requests of all of them.

Towards the end of the month, the man noticed his supply of oil was getting very low.  
His light went out.   
As a result, that night several ships were wrecked and many lives were lost.
When the authorities came to investigate, he shared with them about all the people he was trying to help.   Their reply to his excuses was simple and to the point.  "you were given oil for one purpose-- to keep that light burning!"

When was the last time you took a minute to think about why you do what you do?   
What is it that guides your choices and makes the decision to carry out your actions each day? 

Our world is roaring with needs and events and noise.
It's easy to get distracted by things shouting around us.   
There are so many needs, we can lose sight of the purpose God has imprinted inside us.
Hit the pause button.
Who is  your light shining for?    
A lot of people you may never meet are depending on your light
Go out and shine.  

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