A Message a Day helps Food for Life

A Message a Day helps Food for Life

“People say motivation doesn’t last. Well neither does bathing. That’s why we recommend it daily.” – Zig Ziglar Dear Friend, I’d like to thank you for your kind support over the years, support which has helped feed millions of needy people worldwide. As much as Food For Life values and benefits from its donors, as Director I’ve often wished there was a way to reciprocate in kind with those that give – by giving something back. That’s why I’m proud to announce Food For Life’s exciting new partnership with Omkara World and the launch of… “Namaste – Message a Day” Namaste Message A Day is a daily program that sends motivational and inspirational quotes to your cell phone via text message and/or standard email. These once-a-day positive messages are a gentle reminder; poignant wisdoms from the world’s greatest minds to invigorate the spirit, and take our day from the mundane to the meaningful. Think of it as a pocket-sized motivational coach, sent by Adam Omkara of Omkara World. Adam is an internationally known mind/body health guru and spiritual consultant whose clients have included celebrities, politicians, CEOs, professional athletes and sport team owners. Besides short daily messages, members also enjoy monthly insightful emails, audio and video updates, tele-seminars with leading experts on topics of practical spirituality, positive lifestyle, health and wellness, tips on staying motivated as well as valuable free bonuses upon joining, and eligibility for free monthly products. The cost of Namaste Message A Day is just$7.99/month. SIGN UP NOW and SUPPORT FOOD FOR LIFE A win-win situation for YOU and Food For Life Global The reason I’m especially excited by this program is because the majority of the proceeds go to Food for Life Global! Yes, Omkara World and Food For Life have joined together to create a program where over 50% of net profits are going directly to […]

Scientists push to implement edible RFID tracking chips in food

NaturalNews is reporting that Hannes Harms from the Royal College of Art in London, has developed a “NutriSmart” system that is based on the idea that RFID wafers injected directly into food can help better track the food supply chain; further automate the supermarket shopping experience, and simplify the eating experience by programming data into food so that humans essentially do not have to think about what they are doing. “As interesting and novel as this might sound, such technology is actually quite frightening when taken to its logical ends,” the report says. “The NutriSmart system is just another piece of evidence that those in power wish to micromanage every single aspect of our lives, from the drugs we take to the foods we eat.” READ FULL REPORT Yet another reason to take control of your food supply. CONSERVATION FARMING Inspiring video about growing food just the way nature intended. It is called Conservation Farming. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYfZf5Nllsk[/youtube]

Food for Life in Japan – Week 7 & 8

May 29, Miyagi, Japan — Food for Life Japan continued to provide sumptuous vegetarian meals to survivors of Japan’s worst natural disaster. Despite the heavy rains, 34 volunteers travelled the arduous distance to the shelters to serve sandwiches, soups, pasta, cakes, chips, cookies, and orange juice, along with 1,200kg of fresh fruits and vegetables. The latest efforts were jointly sponsored by the Indian Jewelry and Diamond association, Jatin Patel, Samir Bodhe, Jishad Abubacker, Nalnish Agarwa and Aravind Mohonaram. The Hare Krishna Govinda’s restaurant team have been providing the hot vegetarian meals for all seven weeks. Photos: http://tinyurl.com/ffl29may June 5th, Miyagi, Japan — One of the most hectic weeks for Food for Life Japan, but more than 800 people received a delicious lunch, consisting of two vegetable curries, roti, salad, juices and snacks, along with another truckload of fresh fruits and vegetables. To date, more than 5400 people have been served a hot dinner and over 24,000 people have been served with breakfast and lunch via Food for Life Japan’s donation of fruits and vegetables. The meals were sponsored by Navin Sonak of the Sekaiboeki company and Mr. Jaju Ji of Recon Gems. Once again, ISKCON’s Govinda’s restaurant provided the hot meals. HOW YOU CAN HELP An enormous effort is required throughout the whole cycle from preparation to distribution. Food for Life Japan is seeking help for driving, transportation, shopping, cutting vegetables, cooking, packing, distribution, cleaning, and donations in-kind and/or cash. If you know of someone who can help, please alert them to the opportunities available. Finally, please pray for the affected. Sincere prayers are mighty then Tsunami and will always help. We welcome your suggestions or comments to further assist in this important service. ONLINE DONATIONS Donate directly to Food for Life Japan Donate through Food for Life Global – Emergency Fund (tax deductible […]