Compress Wisdom. Use Seven Words. Share It.

New Food Guru Michael Pollan (The Omnivore’s Dilemma) has a new tome out exhorting us about what and what not to eat.  It’s called In Defense of Food, not something I thought needed much defending in a land where so many haven’t seen their feet in so long.  The book has a slogan or haiku-like mantra that’s pretty catchy, however:

 “Eat Food. Not Too Much. Mostly Plants.”

Pollan’s  Seven Snappy Words catch the eye of the New York Times,  which invites the rest of us to come up with our own 7-word mantras about politics, art, eating, family, whatever.  Check out some entries here if you like (also see comments) and toss out your own if you dare.

No Prizes. Write for Pride. Get Started.


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