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Winter Solstice

The Winter Solstice brought a fresh wave of changes for me. On December 21st in the morning I received notice that my PayPal account was being limited because I appeared to be operating as a non-profit organization because I mentioned some of the funds from payments received being donated by me to charity. Well I had to explain to PayPal that I was not sending all funds over to charity, that my business was an individual small business and not a non-profit organization. So I followed their instructions and sent my appeal. I never heard back on December 21st. Completely stressed out at the prospect of losing one of my only funding sources for my business, I decided to turn to what I liked to do: network. So by magic during the day I met the Iparte.com creator Ron & Julia. We established a connection and ended up exchanging links on each other's social networks. It was really great to do that, uniting us as One more and more. That evening, I received intense hara, heart, throat

A Tasty French Toast Recipe

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As we move into the Holiday Season, I wanted to share a recipe for French Toast that my family and I enjoy for breakast. This is a little different than my usual topics, but I wanted to post this to share with all of you. Use thick slices of toast/sandwich bread. You will need a measuring cup that uses American measurements or you can convert the measurements to metric easily online. First add the following ingredients into a mixing bowl: 1/4 cup flour 1 cup milk 1 pinch salt 3 eggs 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 tablespoon sugar Combine ingredients until you have a smooth mixture in the bowl. Get a large frying pan, place it on the stove top and add cooking oil (I prefer natural sunflower or olive oil) in the pan. Once the oil is warm, take a slice of bread and briefly dip both sides of the bread into the mixture. The bread does not need to be dipped more than a few seconds on each side. Place the bread slice in the frying pan. Cook each side. On

Happy Holidays

To all Members of the City of Shamballa: Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all! I wish to extend my warmest greetings to each one of you and your families. This season of celebrations is a time of eager anticipation, joyful get-togethers, and being with loved ones. Please remember those who will not be with their loved ones during this holiday season. Consider participating in programs established to help them, giving to a local charity, or simply offering a prayer for them. Reach out to those who may be experiencing pain during the holidays. We, as a community, are so very thankful for and inspired by the many community members working to help make The City of Shamballa a better place. Thank you to everyone for your contributions to the community. I wish you a safe, enjoyable holiday season and a prosperous New Year. Very Humbly, Chris Comish http://www.cityofshamballa.net/ Copyright © Chris Comish. http://www.cityofshamballa.net/ This may be shared freely, as l

Member of the Month at City of Shamballa

A Member of the Month page has been created on the City of Shamballa. Every month one (or more) members will be selected and displayed on the City of Shamballa Member of the Month page. This is in gratitude for all of their contributions and love they have shown us. Members of the Month are selected from the featured members of the City of Shamballa. Members that contribute regularly with blog posts, discussions, events, videos etc are featured. Wishing all of you many blessings and thank you for being members of the City of Shamballa. Love and Light, Chris Copyright © Chris Comish. http://www.cityofshamballa.net/ This may be shared freely, as long as this text remains intact.