Entry Submitted by D.N. at 1:33 PM EDT on April 11, 2017
"Eliminate Hunger in the US and How About a Network?" by Sue - 4.11.17
Sue, Pat, and Dancing Dolphin.
Thank you for your responses.
(And to you as well, HB. Prayers are just as necessary as ideas, just like the chicken is needed as much as the egg.)
In particular, Pat, I got an idea from reading them:
A broad-spectrum vegan restaurant, where the cooked food is sold for free, with donations accepted.
By broad-spectrum, I mean one that caters to various walks of life: Casual vegan, raw vegan (which is where I'm leaning right now), liquid vegan, even inediacs.
(Even if they don't need to eat to survive, they may still crave food every now and then for the sheer pleasure of eating with their enhanced tastebuds.)
Pat, This could work in conjunction with your idea to set up free food stores.
Sue, I'd need those superfoods on hand anyway. It sounds like your idea fits with my plans and Pat's, like a drum fits with guitar and vocals.
The seed of the idea implanted itself from reading a humanitarian guest post from someone who wanted to start a raw vegan restaurant in Scotland.
(I've been trying to find that post again and get in contact with that person. If anyone knows either where that post is or who posted it, please speak up. That includes you, King Patrick of DC. )
This also could work wonders in conjunction to this other guy's idea:
1) A company that sells superfoods.
2) Store chains that responsibly gives food away for free.
3) Restaurants that gives superfood-based culinary works away for free.
4) An organization that makes 5D-oriented community housing settlements.
5) A lot of free-energy devices.
6 and 7) Several ZIM notes.
I feel there's something beautiful to be had here.
And don't think I've forgotten you, Dancing Dolphin.
Your business acumen could be crucial in the case that coordination does occur between Pat of Na'maste, Sue, and I. This could definitely be something for your site.
And/or a really zany idea.
But hey, no need to rush. Remember, we have the rest of our lives. And then-some, accounting for reincarnation, physical ascension, and age-reversing tech. Maybe a few hundred years at least.
I'd like to sow the broad-spectrum restaurant and then after a few years, once it's well-rooted, pass the harvest onto someone who would treat it right.
I'll do it when I do it.
What do you "all" think?
(Please insert non-gender-binary substitute for "guys" here.)
P. S.: I originally started this post to give a shout-out to this company that Synchronicity (and Google Ads) called my attention to:
I was hoping someone would look into them and see if they're on the up-and-up.
They sound like a good company I'd like to fund and cooperate with, especially since I LOVE coconuts.
(Take that any way you'd like. It's funnier that way.)