|[GMW #2644] Eat Cheap, Healthy,
Delicious Nutritious Foods - Not Well Advertized Expensive
Attractive Addictive Foods
Wednesday 30 Jan 2013, Editor: EasyIdea Dream -Robert Muller's Ideas 3001 to 3500
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~ Idea 3037 ~
When we created the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, never supported by the US and the rich countries, we discovered that the corn-flake contained in a well-advertised, attractive package was worth only 1/1000th of the price at which it was sold!
Recently, through the Internet I learned that a chemical was added to some cereals in order to make the children addicted to them. According to some people Coca Cola is still not completely free of a drug that makes people addicted to the drink despite the announcement by the United States Government a number of years ago that Coca Cola no longer added a drug.
Well, no one should be surprised by the first peoples' demonstrations in Seattle and Washington.
I will also never forget that when we were young the morning cereal consisted of stale bread which we dumped into hot milk or coffee with milk and sugar. It was the cheapest cereal on Earth. But who still does this except in poor countries? It is cheap, healthy and delicious. People should revert to it and save the money and wasteful packaging of cereals.
Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,
Volume II Chapter2 Of Happiness
Cast away any bad thoughts or sentiments.*
Do not let them germinate and take root. The longer you wait the more difficulty they will take to uproot.
UN News: UN Chronicle, United Nations News Service, UN Wire Archive
References: Earth Charter, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Rights of: Children,Women, IndigenousPeople
To Be Written: Rights of Nature, Birds, Animals, Fish, etc.
Maestro Joseph Eger’s Life - A testament to the power of music.
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
Another great pioneer, leader and friend recently joined the growing community of angels that watch over us. Maestro Joseph Eger passed away at home in Durham, NC on Sunday morning, January 13, 2013, following a brief illness. His loving and devoted wife Dorita Beh-Eger was at his side.
Maestro Joseph Eger’s life was a testament to the power of music. A widely traveled and venerated classical conductor, Maestro Eger discovered within music the universal language that unites people across cultures and provides insights into the physical rules of life itself. Music Director of the Symphony for United Nations and principal guest conductor of the Central Philharmonic Orchestra in Beijing, he conducted and performed with some of the world’s major orchestras, toured globally as a solo concert artist on the French horn, and was labeled by The New York Times as “one of the greatest French horn players alive.”
He produced and conducted numerous innovative events, including concerts at Carnegie Hall that combined, for the first time, symphony and rock music, a Lincoln Center concert with John Lennon and Yoko Ono, and a unique symphony/rock/jazz concert at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem. He initiated citywide festivals in the US winning five mayoral awards. He taught and gave master classes at the Aspen Institute, Peabody Conservatory, New School, University of Pennsylvania, University of North Carolina, Florida Atlantic University and abroad.
Maestro received global recognition for his numerous accomplishments beyond his life-long career as a musician: his unwavering support for the United Nations, the future of youth and all humanity, and his dedicated mission for peace. In 2010 he conducted the Symphony for the UN, joined with the Oakland Symphony Chorus and SF Gay Men's Chorus, to perform Beethoven's "Ode To Joy" Symphony #9 gala concert in San Francisco as a tribute to the UN-65 Anniversary. The publication of his first book "Einstein's Violin: Music, Physics and Social Change" met with accolades and outstanding reviews; his second book was recently published in late 2012. If you would like to continue a profound conversation with Maestro you can do so through reading his books.
Your cards and support are welcome.
Continue to enjoy and appreciate every moment in the best of health, and may you enjoy as fulfilling a life as did Maestro Joseph Eger.
With Shared Condolences,
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