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Lost Arts Radio Show #127 - Special Guest Alina Bartell

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We've been doing a lot of shows recently on some very serious topics, like the 5G system rollout and the horrific damage being done by the scam of vaccines and medical drugs. So I wanted to make sure we also continue highlighting the work of great people who are making amazing contributions to healing humanity and all the life forms of our planet. I realized also that we talk a lot about the incredible healing power of organic live foods, but I have given far too little attention to the importance of what we put on our skin, including of course the clothes we wear every day. How much is our health affected by wearing clothes made from fabrics grown and treated with chemicals, or made out of materials like GMO cotton?

So it seemed like a perfect time to introduce you to Alina Bartell. Alina is a Polish immigrant (a legal immigrant) who came to the U.S. with the kind of spirit that made America the inspiring land of opportunity it once was and could be again. Alina's personal appreciation for nature and love for her children led her to create the Natural Clothing Company, an online small business supplying organic clothing to customers who understand its importance to their health and quality of life.

Be with us this Sunday, meet Alina, and hear the story of her coming to the United States and how she went from being an architectural student, to the founder of a company offering high quality clothing that can make a positive impact on your life, and is a perfect complement to organic food. Alina is also planning to offer a special gift to Lost Arts Radio listeners interested in trying out the clothing she sells. I'm looking forward to becoming one of her customers. Her story is an example that what you can imagine, you can do, and how we live is our contribution to the world. Every one of us is more important than we may imagine.

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