could active seniors have a positive impact on today’s society . . . . . eh!

4.25 am, 31.05.2013


do we care deeply or couldn’t care less?

5.45 am, 30.05.2013

I often read the account given of Moses just before he departs.

His eye was not dim nor was his natural force abated at the age of 120.

I’m reading Joel Fuhrman’s The End of Diabetes, Harper One, 2013.

Joel calls it the eat to live plan to prevent and reverse diabetes.

It should be so simple and it should be so very easy for us.

What is the terrible snag taking our health away?

What are the barriers for each of us?

Do you want to know?

6.02 am

“How is your math . . . . . eh?”

5.07 am, 30.05.2013

If we add zero and zero and one and one, do we get two?

But if we add four plus four and then one and one, do we get ten?

The SAD and the standard Canadian Diet is heavy on sugar and heavy on fat.

Sugar and fat are calorie dense but contain zero micro nutrients which our bodies need and must have for health.


The cake with all the icing and the ice cream is so so yummy.

We are gleefully robbing ourselves of good health and wellness.

Who in Saskatchewan will learn how to live healthy and to live well from 5 to 105?

How is that accomplished by anyone interested and by all those interested?

I’ve been told that 2,000 strokes reported in Saskatchewan annually

. . . . . and 80% of these strokes are reported to be preventable?

Who is interested in supporting stroke prevention right here in Saskatchewan?

Who is up on their basic math skills?

Who can figure this out?

Who wants to?

5.40 am

*edit/ is falls prevention given a universal priority? : 5.30 am, 31.05.2013

> let us take the time to seriously review fall’s prevention in Sask. for seniors                         > Gallagher and Scott 1949, BC Ministry of Health claims downward trend             > Sun County Sask. Health Region, – Laura Bouvier 2010-2011 well illustrated

> Good cartoon Laura: “got time to exercise properly for one hour a day or what was the other choice given?”

So, what is a healthy diet for all ages and what is adequate exercise for seniors my age, for younger adults and for our older elders?

Who knows for sure for sure and who is still just guessing?

– 5.43 am, 31/05/2013

6.19 am, 31/05/2013

> I just did an internet search for “the anatomy of falls prevention” > my posting from May 20, 2013 was the first of 2,770,000 entries listed in .36 seconds.           > I guess I ought to sharpen my pen.                                                                                            > perhaps, if crafted well, what I am prompted to write and to illustrate will have a positive and lasting impact on Canadian Society.                                                       > from what I can see, we needs lots of help to get past the mess we’re in.

– 6.28 am, 31/05/2013

black and white thinking

10.45 am, 23.05.2013

black and white thinking is harsh, rigid and inflexible

and it is deadly.

life is not about about you are right and I am wrong

it is about how I help you today and will you help me in any special way

if you think you can focus on one requirement and discount all other requirements > come with me to see James 2:10


are you inclined to agree or to disagree

5.42 am, 23.05.2013

Can you see and do you agree that Saskatchewan has a unique opportunity at this time to learn how to enjoy physical health and emotional wellness and many could and should choose spiritual life.

It seems to me that our poor eating habits and lack of exercise are like a bondage to Egypt and to the world and to the things of the world. Food cravings for sugar and fat are known to be addicting.  Are you aware that a poor diet together with a lack of adequate functional exercise lead to most illness and most disease and the abundance of our current health problems.                                                                                                       >we are directed to love not the world nor the things of the world – 1 John 2:15

Second, we must build a strong faith < Hebrews 11:6 > and have great trust in God and not in ourselves and not in the world as we pass through an emotional and social wilderness and our heart is tested and our faith is tried before we are allowed to enter into the promised land.

Third, we are led along a spiritual path to spiritual life < John 8:12 > <Psalm 16:11> and guided flawlessly in an advanced learning curve > see Hebrews 3: 7-19, Hebrews 4:10 and James 1:22-27

I believe that Saskatchewan is being challenged in this way at this time . . . . . eh:

to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace  > Ephesians 4:3

to come in the unity of the faith           > Epesians 4:13

to be no more children spiritually                 > Ephesians 4:14

to speak the truth in love and to grow up into Christ  > Ephesians 4:15

to learn to show mercy and compassion           > Zechariah 7:9

to be kind one to another, tender hearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake hath forgiven us                  > Ephesians 4.32

to be followers of God and to follow Jesus           > Ephesians 5:1 and John 8:12

to have fellowship one with another <in the Spirit>     > 1 John 1:7  and 1 John 1:3

What is the bottom line?

love and fruitful works through Jesus which give proper Glory to God the Father

how do we get there step by step by step?

how do we make breakthroughs?

we are to consider one another to provoke unto love and to do good works                                                                               > see Hebrews 10:24  and 1 James 1:22-27 again.

> and when do we get our new heart?

> see John 17:26 as well as

> 1 Peter 4:11.

if (Xx Xx)

and when  [ Xx Xx ],

then                     > Xx >     and     < . . . . . >          < + + + + + >

8.17 am

another beautiful sunrise

5.05 am, 22.05.2013
I was just out on the deck viewing another very beautiful sun rise

I was being reminded again:                                                                                                        that though he were a Son, yet learned he obedience by the things which he suffered:   – Hebrews 5:8

and just now, I was guided to add                                                                                                                          And being made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him;                                         see > Hebrews 5:9 akjv

5.16 am

how bad must life get and and how wretched must our lifestyle become, before Canadians cry uncle?

2.38 am, 22.05.2013

do you know what is being referring to?

“Patrue, mi Patruissimo.”

what is this?

In Roman times, a bullied child would cry “uncle”, in order to surrender and be freed.             source>  > search > where does cry uncle come from?

How bad must our health become before we’ve had enough and cry uncle?

The standard American diet is not only SAD, it is also very very BAD for all of us!

do you have any idea why?

do you want to understand the problem?

would you like to experience the easy and the oh so simple remedy?

If you are content to sit and just wait, here is something for you to contemplate!

do you want to know or are you really that comfortable being a bullfrog in hot water?

This week, I’m cherry picking from Joel Fuhrman’s new book the eat to live plan to prevent and reverse diabetes and the end of diabetes, Harper One, 2013

do you have a few minutes to allow me share with you?

come with me to page 8 and page 9

or take my copy of the book

X – did you know that diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease that causes serious health complications including kidney failure, heart disease, stroke and blindness. As you can readily see, this is not good.

X – recently there has been a 15% increase (in the US) in two years      this is bad!

X  – there has been a 700% increase in the last 50 years           that is very very BAD!

X – more than 40% of Americans 20 years and older have diabetes or pre-diabetes

X – approximately 30% of adults over 60 have been diagnosed with diabetes

X – More than 50% of Americans will have diabetes or be prediabetic by 2020, if current trends…this is sad and bad and Very Sad and Very Bad and who can believe it?

would you like to comment?

do you already know all of this and more?

And are you concerned or are you not concerned?

To help with a quick understanding of the seriousness of the problem

and to assist all those interested in the very best application of the remedy,

I propose to prepare a small companion folder to articulate and illustrate the key points

in order to facilitate a smooth, complete, faultless learning curve and the ideal learning experience.

and in addition,

I’ve been told that 80% of the 2,000 annual strokes in Saskatchewan can be prevented

who wants to see that number and that percentage lowered?

and, I have frequently read in my Bible this verse from James 4:17:

Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin.

Now, I don’t know it all,                                                                                                           but I do have considerable experience                                                                                                       and some relevant understanding of potential value

who is positively ready and willing to put their heads together

true, people fear change and initially are often unwilling to trust new ideas

BUT, let me tell you what I know about Psalm 16:11.

3.59 am, 22.05.2013

May I share what I was shown yesterday about Peter getting out of the ship and the big lesson for us today – see Matthew 14:24-31, Hebrews 12:26-29 and Isaiah 42:6-12.

– *this comment < *upgraded comment> was added  4.06 am, 22.05.2013 06

> a little spiritual icing on the cake – way way over on the spiritual side of life!

> I’m experiencing 2 Corinthians 3:16 and Jeremiah 29:13.

> my best friends tell me that I am double minded and rebellious and off track , but nevertheless I believe Lord, that you promised never to leave me nor forsake me.

> there is still lots to do in the physical, emotional and social as well as in the spiritual

> there is still plenty to do

> is it Your voice

> I hear?

4.40 am,

– loud



5.41 am