Thursday, September 24, 2009

Israel Clocks Go Back 1 Hour on Sept 27th

Village of Peace Residents in Dimona
...remember to reset your clocks!!!

KNN Staff
Dimona, Israel

In order to gain one additional hour of daylight during the winter, the annual cycle of 'Daylight Savings Time' was created by governments of men.

Israel's Standard time zone's Daylight Savings time which commenced in spring will end Yom Rishone (Sunday) morning. That is during Mohtsai Shabbaht (Saturday) night of the 26th night / the morning of the 27th of September 2009 at 2am. Instead of time advancing to 02:00:00, the time will move back one hour from 01:59:59, then to 01:00:00.

Most people have grown accustomed used to DST beginning or ending on a Yom Rishone (the first day, Sunday). However ironic, it will commence at 2am on the Yom Sheshe (the sixth day, Friday) March 26 in the spring of 2010.

In order not to under-sleep (since you'll gain an hour), it is recommended that you set your clocks back one hour before going to bed Mohtsai Shabbaht (Saturday night).

"And he shall think to change times and laws" - Dan.7:25

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Brother Dahveed is Trailblazing in Ghana

KNN Staff
Dimona, Israel

Brother Dahveed Nelson, in this month of September 2009, is winding up his training for the 3rd Annual Accra International Marathon. This will be the fourth time he has covered the 26.2 mile distance, having done St. Croix (USVI), Tiberias (Israel), and St Louis (Missouri, USA).

Brother Dahveed happens to be a founding member of the now legendary African-American poetry ensemble, known as The Last Poets. He is also a minister and an ambassador of healthy longevity.

He is training almost daily, working towards the September 27th, race which takes off from PramPram, extending to Tema, on to Accra, and ending up in Labadi Beach.

His efforts in the event this year is on behalf of Divinity Inc. This NGO is dedicated to an improvement in our society through ecologically sound projects, such as tree planting and the regreening of the environment. His participation is part of a World Tour aimed at encouraging people to adopt Active, Healthy, Holistic, Sustainable lifestyles.

Anyone wishing to support this effort may do so, by making contributions to Divinity Inc. NGO, which sponsors a variety programs towards this end.

Contact: Dahveed

Contributions: Divinity Inc.
11634 W Florissant
St. Louis, Mo. 63033