Monthly Archives: October 2013

Hooray! For Cultural Multiplicity!

Imagine a world where everyone was the same and had the same interests.  How boring!  Instead, we are blessed with a variety of cultures filled with different people, foods, arts, and lifestyles.  Travelling to different locations is wonderful, but if … Continue reading

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Life Long Learning

Learning is an adventure, and those who have chosen the life long road to discovery are enjoying the taste of the journey.  How sad that 70 percent of American high school graduates will never read a book cover to cover … Continue reading

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Chicken Appreciation

Did you know that there are about 3 chickens for every person on the planet?  Actually, there are close to 19 billion of these birds on Earth.*  Certain breeds of chickens can lay up to 300 eggs a year!  One … Continue reading

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Salt of the Earth: Sustainable Farming

While in fourth grade, I watched a movie about “advanced” farming technology while HUGE combines were harvesting acres and acres of wheat.  This movie thoroughly impressed me!  The message was that modern-day agriculture was great!  But was it really?  Where … Continue reading

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An Outlier: Avoiding Foods with High Yield, Semi-Dwarf Wheat

About 3 years ago we began to suffer from clicking jaws, plugged ears, and runny noses.  We were taking allergy medicines and Quercetin.  They did help our symptoms, but not the root of our problem.  Last April, we watched a … Continue reading

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Hey! Hobbit Fans!

As a middle school student, a friend of mine loaned me her Hobbit book.  It was the first book that I could not put down.  I was caught up in Bilbo’s adventure.  To this day, The Hobbit is one of … Continue reading

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Food Economics

Food choices are made every day by most people in the United States.  We have the freedom to choose what we want to eat.  Finding life-giving food is difficult, but it is available.  It must be sought like a hidden … Continue reading

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