Germinated Brown Rice (GBR)
I highly recommend always sprouting brown rice before cooking it, for the health benefits are too good to miss: and it is so easy. All you do is soak it for about 12-18 hours before cooking it: this makes the rice begin to germinate. You can soak it in plain room temp water, or green tea to prevent bacteria activity (which will effect the flavor a little bit).

Germinated brown rice tastes so good: very clean flavor, slightly nutty and sweet.

Great for detoxing with! You can simply eat only or mostly sprouted brown rice for an extended period of time, and it will be very cleansing and healing for your body and mind.

If you can't stand eating just plain rice, you can dress it up a little bit - just try to keep it simple and healthy.
Some examples:

Breakfast
: add some milk (coconut, or sprouted almond milk), mashed banana, and cinnamon.
Lunch: add diced cucumber and avocado, and a pinch of Himalayan sea salt.
Dinner: add diced tomato and chopped fresh basil, and a pinch of salt and pepper.

 
 
Isn't it nice to sit out under the stars at night?
How did humans keep track of time before grid-calendars were invented?
I think a lunar-based Sabbath makes a lot of sense.

www.creationcalendar.com

<3
 
 
Big Black Cube in Mecca: Cube=Hexagram=Saturn=Lord of the Rings
hexagram.. star of remphan ✡.. isis.. "israeli secret intelligence service"..
desert sand + fire = sea of glass

"fire next time..."

 
 
Why are you unhappy?
Because 99.9 percent of everything you do is for your self
and there isn't one
 

pp

02/28/2017

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St Therese Love
"If you are willing to bear serenely the trial of being displeasing to yourself, then you will be for Jesus a pleasant place of shelter." St. Therese

I found that quote in a book I recently read called "People of the Lie: The Hope to Healing Human Evil".

I read a bit about St. Therese and was really touched by her story - made me cry even: "Some dismiss her as a saccharine neurotic, but anyone who tries to practice her spirituality of sacrificial love quickly realizes how hard it is, how strong she was, and how transforming her personal nonviolence can be for all of us.
...
Therese.. dedicated herself to the daily practice of sacrificial love toward those around her, perfecting the art of responding to coldness, rudeness, gossip, and insults with active loving kindness and inner compassion. She aimed these small acts of unconditional love at Christ in the other person and for the redemption of the human race--a spirituality she called her "little way." She wanted to remain like a child, as Jesus instructed when he said that we must become like children if we want to enter the reign of God. She understood this spirituality not as childishness, but as a profound trust in God through confidence in God's love, not just despite our littleness, poverty, weakness and brokenness, but precisely because of them."


I think she's a good example for practitioners of Falun Dafa as well.