Monday, May 25, 2009

Live Weeks 2009 - 2010

KNN-Village of Peace
Dimona, Israel

In its continual effort to assist in the maintenance of perfect health and in the pursuit of Everlasting Life for the African Hebrew Israelite Community, the Ministry of Divine Health at Dimona, Israel has taken the charge in regulating Sugarless Week and Live Food Week.

Sugarless and Live Foods consumption Weeks were created by and for the African Hebrew Israelite Community and has been practiced by its many members worldwide. Thanks to the efforts of The Kingdom News Network (KNN), the Regenerative Health and Nutrition Program* (RHNP), the Soul Vegetarian Restaurant chain, and many other vehicles which have been effective in getting the word out, Sugarless and Live Foods Weeks have more recently been adopted by thousands internationally.

Numerous individuals of the global community at large, who are not a part of the Community, have resigned themselves to practicing the Healthy Hebrews' 'healthy lifestyle', testifying about its countless benefits as a viable health-enhancing lifestyle adjustment in their pursuit of excellent health, more vibrant life, more abundant strength and longevity than that which they had previously enjoyed.

In order to allow ample time for the preparation and shopping commonly associated with entering in to the cycle of Sugarless and Live Foods Weeks prior to the incoming summer, harmattan or whatever the upcoming seasonal change in your region of the world, the Ministry of Divine Health (MODH) in Dimona, Israel has released the tentative schedule for both Sugarless Weeks as well as Live Weeks for the year 2009 through the Hebraic New Year in the Spring of 2010.

June 5–13 Summer '09                                    September 4–12 Fall '09
December 4-12 Winter '09                                March 12–20, Spring 2010

June 13–19 Summer '09                                  September 12–17 Fall '09**
December 12–18 Winter '09                             March 20 – 26 Spring 2010

*  Please note that RHNP is an ongoing cooperation between the Community's NGO the African Hebrew Development Agency and Ghana's Ministry of Health.

** Also note that in September, Live Foods Week will end at sundown Yom Kameshe (Thursday) due to the inception of the Hebraic High Holy Day The Memorial of Blowing of Trumpets (Shabbahtone Zeekrone Thruahk).

To view KNN's previous posts regarding Sugarless and Live Foods Weeks and RHNP, either type in 'live foods' in KNN's search box near the upper left hand corner of the screen, or simply click here. Otherwise, please stay tuned to KNN for upcoming information on Sugarless and Live Foods Weeks.

For more information on holistic health, The Ministry of Divine Health can be contacted at

World Bank warns of social unrest

The head of the World Bank has warned that the global economic crisis could lead to serious social upheaval
BBC News Service

"If we do no take measures, there is a risk of a serious human and social crisis with very serious political implications," Robert Zoellick said.

He pointed to Eastern Europe, which faces the "tricky situation" of fast-shrinking economies and protests.

Mr Zoellick suggested governments should start preparing for high levels of unemployment.

"In my opinion, in this context, nobody really knows what is going to happen and the best one can do is be ready for any eventuality," Mr Zoellick said in an interview with Spain's El Pais newspaper.

"There is also what I call the 'X-factor', that one can not foresee," such as the recent outbreak of swine flu, he said.

"Latin America has remained reasonably stable, even if Mexico and Central America are under pressure because they rely a lot on the North American market," Mr Zoellick added.

It was reported last week that Mexico's economy shrank by 8.2% in the first three months of this year compared with a year earlier. Mexico sends 80% of its exports to the US.

Other economies in Eastern Europe have registered double-digit declines in GDP, such as Latvia and Estonia, while the retiring Bank of England rate-setter David Blanchflower has said at least one million more people in the UK will lose their jobs.

The World Bank has previously warned of a "human catastrophe" in the world's poorest countries unless more is done to tackle the global economic crisis.

It said an extra 53 million people are at risk of extreme poverty.