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LESSON 4515 Fri 5 Aug 2022 MISSION BENEVOLENT UNIVERSE

Daily Wisdom  
DO GOOD PURIFY MIND

Good Morning

All
the parties were, are and may not continue to be remotely controlled by
foreigners from Bene Israel, Tibet, Africa, Western Europe, Western
Germany, South Russia, Eastern Europe, Hungary chitpavan brahmins and
gobbled the master Key by tampering the fraud EVMs.But today it is
BENEVOLENT AWAKENED YOUNIVERSE with

Benevolently Awakened One’s  Power of Positivity

Think of the universe as a benevolent parent. A child may want a tub of ice-cream and marshmallows, but a wise parent will give it fruits and vegetables instead. That is not what the child wants, but it is what the child needs.

All non-human beings live a natural life depending on natural resources. Future Benevolent Awakened One has Free Online JC PURE INSPIRATION to Attain NIBBĀNA the Eternal Bliss and like free birds to grow fruits vegetables plants in pots and fruit bearing trees all over the world.

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http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org
944926443
White Home
An 18ft Dia Mindful Meditation Lab
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Benevolent Universe Quotes By Pope John Paul II

Do not be afraid to take a chance on peace, to teach peace, to live peace … Peace will be the last word of history. — Pope John Paul II

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Benevolent Universe Quotes By Jane Austen

Life could do nothing for her, beyond giving time for a better preparation for death. — Jane Austen


Benevolent Universe Quotes By Tyler Knott Gregson

We are the memory keepers and the
trappers of time; stealers of stolen glances and breathless lungs from
all that have been taken away. We are the noticers of subtle signs
hidden in plain sight by a benevolent universe
bigger than we’d ever believe…We are the directionless wanderers and
the destinationless travelers and we are the crumpled map that never got
packed to join us. We are the cinematic lovers and the translucent
curtains saturated in light. The soundtrack to the moments without
sounds and the swiftness that two bodies can become one in the stillness
of a second. We, says the last string pulled out, the final string that
kept it all together, balled up tight, filling us after all this time,
We, are the chasers of the light. — Tyler Knott Gregson


Benevolent Universe Quotes By Arthur C. Clarke

So the problem of Evil never really
existed. To expect the universe to be benevolent was like imagining one
could always win at a game of pure chance. — Arthur C. Clarke


Benevolent Universe Quotes By Christopher Hitchens

Whatever are the difficulties in
believing that the Old and New Testaments proceed from, or record the
acts of, a perfectly wise and good being, the same and still greater
difficulties stand in the way of the belief, that a being of such a
character can have been the Maker of the universe. He considered
Butler’s argument as conclusive against the only opponents for whom it
was intended. Those who admit an omnipotent as well as perfectly just
and benevolent maker and ruler of such a world as this, can say little
against Christianity but what can, with at least equal force, be
retorted against themselves. — Christopher Hitchens


Benevolent Universe Quotes By Ayn Rand

The error is this: it is proper for a
creator to be optimistic, in the deepest, most basic sense, since the
creator believes in a benevolent universe
and functions on that premise. But it is an error to extend that
optimism to other specific men. First, it’s not necessary, the creator’s
life and the nature of the universe do not require it, his life does
not depend on others. Second, man is a being with free will; therefore,
each man is potentially good or evil, and it’s up to him and only to him
(through his reasoning mind) to decide which he wants to be. The
decision will affect only him; it is not (and cannot and should not be)
the primary concern of any other human being. — Ayn Rand


Benevolent Universe Quotes By Bon Scott

No matter how long you play rock n roll
songs might change just as the balls are there, the rock balls. And
that’s what’s important to us. — Bon Scott


Benevolent Universe Quotes By Aga Khan

[A]bove all, it has been the Qur’anic
notion of the universe, as an expression of Allah’s will and creation,
that has inspired in diverse Muslim communities, generations of artists,
scientists and philosophers? Scientific pursuits, philosophic inquiry
and artistic endeavour are all seen as the response of the faithful to
the recurring call of the Qur’an to ponder the creation as a way to
understand Allah’s benevolent majesty. As Sura al-Baqara proclaims:
‘Wherever you turn, there is the face of Allah.’”

His Highness
the Aga Khan’s 2003 Address to the International Colloquium ‘Word of
God, Art of Man: The Qur’an and its Creative Expressions’ organised by
The Institute of Ismaili Studies (London, United Kingdom) — Aga Khan


Benevolent Universe Quotes By Mithun Chakraborty

‘Dance India Dance’ is family to me. I actually miss the madness whenever the season is not on air. — Mithun Chakraborty


Benevolent Universe Quotes By Quentin Smith

If any spirit created the universe, it is malevolent, not benevolent. — Quentin Smith


Benevolent Universe Quotes By N.K. Jemisin

In a child’s eyes, a mother is a
goddess. She can be glorious or terrible, benevolent or filled with
wrath, but she commands love either way. I am convinced that this is the
greatest power in the universe. — N.K. Jemisin


Benevolent Universe Quotes By Rick Bass

The thing about nature is that each
species does what it’s best at. That’s why it’s all so locked together.
I’m certain that at its center is some kind of peace or unity or harmony
- the white light people speak of having when they come back from “the
dead.” And what does our species do best? We construct artificial
systems wherein we are mighty predators, or mighty thinkers, or
sagacious, benevolent rulers of the universe - allies with God even. — Rick Bass

Benevolent Universe Quotes By Melody Beattie

Sometimes, we don’t get what we want … But this is a benevolent universe. And once in a while, we do. — Melody Beattie

Benevolent Universe Quotes By William James

From a pragmatic point of view, the
difference between living against a background of foreigness (an
indifferent Universe) and one of intimacy (a benevolent Universe) means
the difference between a general habit of wariness and one of trust. — William James

Benevolent Universe Quotes By Neil DeGrasse Tyson

The more I learn about the universe,
the less convinced I am that there’s any sort of benevolent force that
has anything to do with it, at all. — Neil DeGrasse Tyson

Benevolent Universe Quotes By Penny Reid

They’re stackable, like Tetris. All beverages should be stackable. — Penny Reid

Benevolent Universe Quotes By Walt Whitman

No specification is necessary - to add
or subtract or divide is in vain. Little or big, learned or unlearned,
white or black, legal or illegal, sick or well, from the first
inspiration down the windpipe to the last expiration out of it, all that
a male or female does that is vigorous and benevolent and clean is so
much sure profit to him or her in the unshakable order of the universe
and through the whole scope of it for ever. — Walt Whitman

Benevolent Universe Quotes By R.S. Grey

The man’s father runs the program for
30 years, steps down, and within a day his son’s got the job? What is
this, North Korea? — R.S. Grey

Benevolent Universe Quotes By Richard Rohr

If God is Trinity and Jesus is the face of God, then it is a benevolent universe. God is not someone to be afraid of, but is the Ground of Being and on our side. — Richard Rohr

Benevolent Universe Quotes By W. Somerset Maugham

Conversion may come under many shapes,
and it may be brought about in many ways. With some men it needs a
cataclysm, as a stone may be broken to fragments by the fury of a
torrent; but with some it comes gradually, as a stone may be worn away
by the ceaseless fall of a drop of water. — W. Somerset Maugham

Benevolent Universe Quotes By Lois Lowry

Once she read a book but found it distasteful because it contained adjectives. — Lois Lowry

Benevolent Universe Quotes By Percy Bysshe Shelley

What then is this harmony, this order
that you maintain to have required for its establishment, what it needs
not for its maintenance, the agency of a supernatural intelligence?
Inasmuch as the order visible in the Universe requires one cause, so
does the disorder whose operation is not less clearly apparent demand
another. Order and disorder are no more than modifications of our own
perceptions of the relations which subsist between ourselves and
external objects, and if we are justified in inferring the operation of a
benevolent power from the advantages attendant on the former, the evils
of the latter bear equal testimony to the activity of a malignant
principle, no less pertinacious in inducing evil out of good, than the
other is unremitting in procuring good from evil. — Percy Bysshe Shelley

Benevolent Universe Quotes By Sean J Halford

It’s tragic that most of us spend our
private lives paradoxically thinking something is watching us and
permanently disapproving. We say we believe in benevolent deities but
smear them with hate and the power to smite. We see sin everywhere, when
the only sin is when we forget to treat each other with respect. That
is the sad secret that makes the Universe vulnerable. — Sean J Halford

Benevolent Universe Quotes By Dan Simmons

Pain and darkness have been our lot
since the Fall of Man. But there must be some hope that we can rise to a
higher level … that consciousness can evolve to a plane more
benevolent than its counterpoint of a universe hardwired to
indifference. — Dan Simmons

Benevolent Universe Quotes By Srikumar Rao

Think of the universe as a benevolent
parent. A child may want a tub of ice-cream and marshmallows, but a wise
parent will give it fruits and vegetables instead. That is not what the
child wants, but it is what the child needs. — Srikumar Rao

Benevolent Universe Quotes By Anatole France

Theologians and philosophers, who make
God the creator of Nature and the architect of the Universe, reveal Him
to us as an illogical and unbalanced Being. They declare He is
benevolent because they are afraid of Him, but they are forced to admit
the truth that His ways are vicious and beyond understanding. They
attribute a malignity to Him seldom to be found in any human being. And
that is how they get human beings to worship Him. For our miserable
species would never lavish worship on a just and benevolent God from
whom they had nothing to fear. — Anatole France

Benevolent Universe Quotes By Sigmund Freud

It would be very nice if there were a
God who created the world and was a benevolent providence, and if there
were a moral order in the universe and an after-life; but it is a very
striking fact that all this is exactly as we are bound to wish it to be.
Sigmund Freud

Benevolent Universe Quotes By Jim Holt

From a philosophical perspective,
Linde’s little story underscores the danger of assuming that the
creative force behind our universe, if there is one, must correspond to
the traditional image of God: omnipotent, omniscient, infinitely
benevolent, and so on. Even if the cause of our universe is an
intelligent being, it could well be a painfully incompetent and fallible
one, the kind that might flub the cosmogenic task by producing a
thoroughly mediocre creation. — Jim Holt

Vegetables and Fruits

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  • Vegetables and fruits are an important part of a healthy diet, and variety is as important as quantity.
  • No single fruit or vegetable provides all of the nutrients you need to be healthy. Eat plenty every day.

A diet rich in vegetables and fruits can lower blood pressure, reduce
the risk of heart disease and stroke, prevent some types of cancer,
lower risk of eye and digestive problems, and have a positive effect
upon blood sugar, which can help keep appetite in check. Eating
non-starchy vegetables and fruits like apples, pears, and green leafy
vegetables may even promote weight loss. [1] Their low glycemic loads
prevent blood sugar spikes that can increase hunger.


At least nine different families of fruits and vegetables exist, each
with potentially hundreds of different plant compounds that are
beneficial to health. Eat a variety of types and colors of produce in
order to give your body the mix of nutrients it needs. This not only
ensures a greater diversity of beneficial plant chemicals but also
creates eye-appealing meals.

Tips to eat more vegetables and fruits each day


  1. Keep fruit where you can see it.
    Place several ready-to-eat washed whole fruits in a bowl or store
    chopped colorful fruits in a glass bowl in the refrigerator to tempt a
    sweet tooth.
  2. Explore the produce aisle and choose something new.
    Variety and color are key to a healthy diet. On most days, try to get
    at least one serving from each of the following categories: dark green
    leafy vegetables; yellow or orange fruits and vegetables; red fruits and
    vegetables; legumes (beans) and peas; and citrus fruits.
  3. Skip the potatoes. Choose other vegetables that are packed with different nutrients and more slowly digested carbohydrates.
  4. Make it a meal. Try cooking new recipes
    that include more vegetables. Salads, soups, and stir-fries are just a
    few ideas for increasing the number of tasty vegetables in your meals.

5 common questions about fruits and vegetables.

Have
you hesitated to fill your grocery cart with colorful produce because
of concerns that pop up in online articles and discussions?


Vegetables, fruits, and disease

Cardiovascular disease

There is compelling evidence that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables can lower the risk of heart disease and stroke.

  • A meta-analysis of cohort studies following 469,551 participants
    found that a higher intake of fruits and vegetables is associated with a
    reduced risk of death from cardiovascular disease, with an average
    reduction in risk of 4% for each additional serving per day of fruit and
    vegetables. [2]
  • The largest and longest study to date, done as part of the
    Harvard-based Nurses’ Health Study and Health Professionals Follow-up
    Study, included almost 110,000 men and women whose health and dietary
    habits were followed for 14 years.
  • The higher the average daily intake of fruits and vegetables, the
    lower the chances of developing cardiovascular disease. Compared with
    those in the lowest category of fruit and vegetable intake (less than
    1.5 servings a day), those who averaged 8 or more servings a day were
    30% less likely to have had a heart attack or stroke. [3]
  • Although all fruits and vegetables likely contributed to this
    benefit, green leafy vegetables, such as lettuce, spinach, Swiss chard,
    and mustard greens, were most strongly associated with decreased risk of
    cardiovascular disease. Cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli,
    cauliflower, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, bok choy, and kale; and citrus fruits such as oranges, lemons, limes, and grapefruit (and their juices) also made important contributions. [3]
  • When researchers combined findings from the Harvard studies with
    several other long-term studies in the U.S. and Europe, and looked at
    coronary heart disease and stroke separately, they found a similar
    protective effect: Individuals who ate more than 5 servings of fruits
    and vegetables per day had roughly a 20% lower risk of coronary heart
    disease [4] and stroke, [5] compared with individuals who ate less than 3
    servings per day.

Blood pressure

  • The Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) study[6]
    examined the effect on blood pressure of a diet that was rich in
    fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy products and that restricted the
    amount of saturated and total fat. The researchers found that people
    with high blood pressure who followed this diet reduced their systolic
    blood pressure (the upper number of a blood pressure reading) by about
    11 mm Hg and their diastolic blood pressure (the lower number) by almost
    6 mm Hg—as much as medications can achieve.
  • A randomized trial known as the Optimal Macronutrient Intake Trial
    for Heart Health (OmniHeart) showed that this fruit and vegetable-rich
    diet lowered blood pressure even more when some of the carbohydrate was
    replaced with healthy unsaturated fat or protein. [7]
  • In 2014 a meta-analysis of clinical trials and observational studies
    found that consumption of a vegetarian diet was associated with lower
    blood pressure. [8]

Cancer

Numerous early studies revealed what appeared to be a strong link between eating fruits and vegetables and protection against cancer. Unlike case-control studies, cohort studies,
which follow large groups of initially healthy individuals for years,
generally provide more reliable information than case-control studies
because they don’t rely on information from the past. And, in general,
data from cohort studies have not consistently shown that a diet rich in
fruits and vegetables prevents cancer.

  • For example, over a 14-year period in the Nurses’ Health Study and
    the Health Professionals Follow-up Study, men and women with the highest
    intake of fruits and vegetables (8+ servings a day) were just as likely
    to have developed cancer as those who ate the fewest daily servings
    (under 1.5). [3]
  • A meta-analysis of cohort studies found that a higher fruit and
    vegetable intake did not decrease the risk of deaths from cancer. [2]

A more likely possibility is that some types of fruits and vegetables may protect against certain cancers.

  • A study by Farvid and colleagues followed a Nurses’ Health Study II
    cohort of 90,476 premenopausal women for 22 years and found that those
    who ate the most fruit during adolescence (about 3 servings a day)
    compared with those who ate the lowest intakes (0.5 servings a day) had a
    25% lower risk of developing breast cancer. There was a significant
    reduction in breast cancer in women who had eaten higher intakes of
    apples, bananas,
    grapes, and corn during adolescence, and oranges and kale during early
    adulthood. No protection was found from drinking fruit juices at younger
    ages. [9]
  • Farvid and colleagues followed 90, 534 premenopausal women from the
    Nurses’ Health Study II over 20 years and found that higher fiber
    intakes during adolescence and early adulthood were associated with a reduced risk of breast cancer
    later in life. When comparing the highest and lowest fiber intakes from
    fruits and vegetables, women with the highest fruit fiber intake had a
    12% reduced risk of breast cancer; those with the highest vegetable
    fiber intake had an 11% reduced risk. [10]
  • After following 182,145 women in the Nurses’ Health Study I and II
    for 30 years, Farvid’s team also found that women who ate more than 5.5
    servings of fruits and vegetables each day (especially cruciferous and
    yellow/orange vegetables) had an 11% lower risk of breast cancer than
    those who ate 2.5 or fewer servings. Vegetable intake was strongly
    associated with a 15% lower risk of estrogen-receptor-negative tumors
    for every two additional servings of vegetables eaten daily. A higher
    intake of fruits and vegetables was associated with a lower risk of
    other aggressive tumors including HER2-enriched and basal-like tumors.
    [11]
  • A report by the World Cancer Research Fund and the American
    Institute for Cancer Research suggests that non-starchy vegetables—such
    as lettuce and other leafy greens, broccoli, bok choy, cabbage, as well
    as garlic, onions, and the like—and fruits “probably” protect against
    several types of cancers, including those of the mouth, throat, voice
    box, esophagus, and stomach. Fruit probably also protects against lung
    cancer. [12]

Specific components of fruits and vegetables may also be protective against cancer. For example:

  • A line of research stemming from a finding from the Health
    Professionals Follow-up Study suggests that tomatoes may help protect
    men against prostate cancer, especially aggressive forms of it. [12] One
    of the pigments that give tomatoes their red hue—lycopene—could be
    involved in this protective effect. Although several studies other than
    the Health Professionals Study have also demonstrated a link between
    tomatoes or lycopene and prostate cancer, others have not or have found
    only a weak connection. [14]
  • Taken as a whole, however, these studies suggest that increased
    consumption of tomato-based products (especially cooked tomato products)
    and other lycopene-containing foods may reduce the occurrence of
    prostate cancer. [12] Lycopene is one of several carotenoids (compounds
    that the body can turn into vitamin A) found in brightly colored fruits
    and vegetables, and research suggests that foods containing carotenoids
    may protect against lung, mouth, and throat cancer. [12] But more
    research is needed to understand the exact relationship between fruits
    and vegetables, carotenoids, and cancer.

Diabetes

Some research looks specifically at whether individual fruits are
associated with risk of type 2 diabetes. While there isn’t an abundance
of research into this area yet, preliminary results are compelling.

  • A study of over 66,000 women in the Nurses’ Health Study, 85,104
    women from the Nurses’ Health Study II, and 36,173 men from the Health
    Professionals Follow-up Study—who were free of major chronic
    diseases—found that greater consumption of whole fruits—especially
    blueberries, grapes, and apples—was associated with a lower risk of type
    2 diabetes. Another important finding was that greater consumption of
    fruit juice was associated with a higher risk of type 2 diabetes. [15]
  • Additionally a study of over 70,000 female nurses aged 38-63 years,
    who were free of cardiovascular disease, cancer, and diabetes, showed
    that consumption of green leafy vegetables and fruit was associated with
    a lower risk of diabetes. While not conclusive, research also indicated
    that consumption of fruit juices may be associated with an increased
    risk among women. (16)
  • A study of over 2,300 Finnish men showed that vegetables and fruits,
    especially berries, may reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. [17]

Weight

Data from the Nurses’ Health Studies and the Health Professional’s
Follow-up Study show that women and men who increased their intakes of
fruits and vegetables over a 24-year period were more likely to have
lost weight than those who ate the same amount or those who decreased
their intake. Berries, apples, pears, soy, and cauliflower were
associated with weight loss while starchier vegetables like potatoes,
corn, and peas were linked with weight gain. [1] However, keep in mind
that adding more produce into the diet won’t necessarily help with
weight loss unless it replaces another food, such as refined
carbohydrates of white bread and crackers.

Gastrointestinal health

Fruits and vegetables contain indigestible fiber, which absorbs water
and expands as it passes through the digestive system. This can calm
symptoms of an irritable bowel and, by triggering regular bowel
movements, can relieve or prevent constipation. [18] The bulking and
softening action of insoluble fiber also decreases pressure inside the
intestinal tract and may help prevent diverticulosis. [19]

Vision

Eating fruits and vegetables can also keep your eyes healthy, and may
help prevent two common aging-related eye diseases—cataracts and
macular degeneration—which afflict millions of Americans over age 65.
[20-23] Lutein and zeaxanthin, in particular, seem to reduce risk of
cataracts. [24]

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