Conquest over the Greed for FoodGreed for food has to be overcome, but it has not to be given too much thought. The proper attitude to food is a certain equality. Food is for the maintenance of the body and one should take enough for that — what the body needs; if one gives less the body feels the need and hankers; if you give more, then that is indulging the vital. As for particular foods the palate likes, the attitude of the mind and vital should be, “If I get, I take; if I don't get, I shall not mind.” One should not think too much of food either to indulge or unduly to repress — that is the best.
A promise of good health.
Small scented cup-shaped flower with large exserted cream white stigmas and sheer delicate pink or white petals that persist and become dry and papery with age; borne in many-flowered umbels on long pendant stalks. A large shrub with broad hairy heart-shaped leaves.