Saturday, July 12, 2008

Breath of Life Classes Online

What is the true spiritual significance of the return of the Sons of Yah?
Breath of Life Lesson #2
Ahtur Keymah

"What is the true spiritual significance of the return of the Sons of Yah? The return of the Children of Israel and the subsequent establishing of the Kingdom of Yah signaled the end of Euro-gentile dominion over Yah’s creation and people.

There will never be a return to the former prosperity of what was called the “good ole days.”

How is it possible for you not to have noticed that the present order is not conducive for the creation of family stability, harmony, mutual trust, love, dedication, good health, and certainly not peace of mind, body, society, neighborhood or home? We must conclude that this world’s order is not ideal for perpetuating these principles, virtues or effects.

A new man with a new mind has been created – one who will not bow to the dictates of the system nor fear the threats of the adversary, but one who farers his Yah and loves his people enough to give his all to save them. It is time now for the righteous scribes who have reborn and redeemed from the pits of hell to declare the good news that the Kingdom of Yah has come."

God The Blackman And Truth – Ben Ammi

Please elaborate on the above quotation. Expand and extract the eternal idea of what is being conveyed here.

We are looking forward to your comments.

Softball / Dimona goes extra to beat Penticon

The Mean Judeans pulled off a 6-3 victory over Penticon
By Micah Winston

In the first game of the Israel Softball Association Finals on Tuesday, the Mean Judeans of Dimona pulled off a 6-3 victory in eight innings over Penticon.

A pitching duel between Penticon's Ami Baran and Elyaheed Ben Israel of Dimona left the score at 2-1 in the bottom of the sixth, with Mark Mayerfeld's triple the big hit for Penticon. Penticon struck with two runs off of reliever Yarone Ben-Israel on errors to edge ahead 3-2.

Dimona then tied the game 3-3 in the top half of the seventh when a misplayed fly ball hit by teen Tahby Ben Israel resulted in an inside-the-park home run. Three runs in extra inning In the extra inning, Dimona scored three runs on RBI doubles by Akhaziya Ben Israel and Amikhai Ben Israel, and an RBI single by Tahby.

Penticon threatened in their half of the inning with runners on first and second and no outs and big gun Baran up to bat. Baran hit a sharp grounder to shortstop Elinatan who tagged the runner and flipped to the second baseman Nativiyah for a nifty double play to quash the rally.

Game 2 of the Finals was played last night at the Baptist Village, but ended after press time.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Hard Facts About Youth and HIV/AIDS

At least two teenagers and young adults in America are infected with HIV every hour of every day

Between 40,000 and 50,000 Americans become infected with HIV every year. Half of them are between the ages of 13 and 24. That means at least two teenagers and young adults in this country are infected with HIV every hour of every day.

People infected with HIV carry the virus in their body fluids, including blood, semen, vaginal secretions, and breast milk. The virus can spread only if these HIV-infected fluids enter the bloodstream of another person.

This can take place (1) through the linings of the vagina, rectum, mouth, or the opening at the tip of the penis; (2) through intravenous injection with a syringe; or (3) through a break in the skin, such as a cut or sore. The most common ways that people become HIV-infected are:

Unprotected sexual intercourse (either vaginal or anal) with someone who has HIV.

Unprotected oral sex with someone who has HIV.

Sharing needles or syringes (including those used for steroids) with someone who has HIV.

Infection during pregnancy, childbirth, or breast-feeding.

There are close to one million Americans living with HIV/AIDS. Roughly 25% of them became infected when they were teenagers, and the rate of infection among young people is rising.

Wednesday, July 09, 2008

America-The Throw-A-Way Society

The modern throw-away society
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The throw-away society is a human society strongly influenced by consumerism. The term describes a critical view of over-consumption and excessive production of short-lived or disposable items.

Between the start of New York City waste collections in 1905 and 2005 there was a tenfold rise in "product waste" (packaging and old products), from 92 to 1,242 pounds per person per year. Containers and packaging now represent 32 percent of all municipal solid waste. Non-durable goods (products used less than three years) are 27 percent, and durable goods are 16 percent.

Food Waste

In 2004, a University of Arizona study indicates that forty to fifty percent of all edible food never gets eaten. Every year $43 billion worth of edible food is estimated to be thrown away.

Vertical integration of manufacturing encourages the throw-away society, as vertically-integrated firms are able to charge excessive prices for (usually-patented) intermediate components, thus making repair of products more expensive than their outright replacement.

Hanging On to Marriage: Tough Task in a Throwaway World

In U.S. we throw away wives, husbands, marriages
N.Y. Times

''We're a throw-away society, aren't we?'' Newman was saying. ''We throw away everything. We never even try to fix things - we throw them away, we destroy things - appliances that break, old buildings because they're old, we throw away relationships that aren't exactly what we thought they'd be, we throw away wives, husbands, marriages.''

It isn't that Paul Newman is the most profound man on earth but itwas the question he responded to that interested me: ''To what do you owe your long and successful marriage? In the world you live in - Hollywood, the theater - long marriages are almost extinct, perhaps impossible.''

A long marriage. By today's standards, what is long? Five years, 10, 15? If so, what are 25, 30, 40?

''They are not long marriages - they are life sentences,'' says a young friend. ''It is impossible to live with someone that long and not be bored out of your skull. Sex with the same person for 30 years? Give me a break!''

It saddens and, at the same time, fascinates me, this complete ignorance of what the young are really talking about when they talk of marriage.

Of course, with time and age comes wisdom, but 40 years ago when some of us married, didn't we have some sense of what we were committing to? Of course we didn't realize what ''for better, for worse'' might entail but we at least were willing to try. I sometimes wonder why people bother with the whole rite of marriage these days, given their attitude toward it.

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Sunday, July 06, 2008

KNN Marriage Survey

Are you Married? How Long?
Ahtur Keymah

Greetings Family. For the next two weeks KNN will be running a survey on married families and how long they stay together.

This study is designed to show that those families with a Yah centred spiritual base have longer more successful marriages people who do not.

Yah has given us divine guideline that when followed guarantee successful marriages and families. Please join us in this survey by answering the following questions:

Are you currently in the Kingdom of Yah?

Are you married?

How long have you been married?

What is the most important ingredient for a lasting relationship?

Please send all responses to . Please put the title "Marriage Survey" in the subject box so your response can be identified.

All results will be posted on Yom Rishone (Sunday) July 20, 2008. Thank-you for you participation. Tell a friend.

Japan Airlines plans biofuel test flight

Carrier hopes Boeing 747 test will offer way to cut greenhouse gases
Associated Press

TOKYO - Japan Airlines said Monday it plans a test flight of a Boeing 747 partially powered by biofuel by early next year as a way to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

The airline, known as JAL, will use a biofuel mixed with kerosene in one of four engines on the jet, with the three remaining engines powered by ordinary jet fuel or kerosene, it said in a statement.

The carrier said it plans to use a new generation of biofuel made of non-edible materials to avoid using potential food sources. It said it would announce more details in August.

See: Japan Airlines plans biofuel test flight

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