3 wishes

Question of The Day, December 24, 2012 ~ Three Wishes ~

What are your three wishes??

Mine are very close to Mendy’s

Security for all, by supplying everyone with self maintaining machines designed to meet all of the essential survival needs – which is also a good working definition of prosperity.

Peace for all, stemming partly from security, and partly from a spreading awareness of our commonality and new levels of cooperative awareness transcending the scarcity based money paradigm that is currently driving the military industrial complex.

Long life – for all, through life extension technology based around understanding our genetics.

[followed by]

We have just finished our second huge feed of the day – polished off by Pavlova for most of the guests (which I had a frozen banana and cocao cream with blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries).

I had vegan sushi, while everyone else had fresh caught crayfish (we got 12 out of the pots this morning), and smoked kahawai (got a big kahawai yesterday, and I smoked it) for lunch.

For evening meal I had sushi again, while the others had leg of lamb and ham on the bone with potato salad, gravy and peas.

Day started with serious fog (took us over an hour to find the pots this morning), but cleared up after lunch to a still hot day.

[followed by]

Pavlova is an amazing desert that both Kiwis and Ausies claim creation of (one of the many trans-Tasman battles).
It is made from old egg whites, a little water, and lots of sugar beaten into a white froth that is baked slowly to give a meringue like base about 20 inches across, which is then coated in an inch or so of whipped cream, and topped off with fresh berries (today ours had blueberries, raspberries and strawberries).

Vegan sushi is made from brown rice, and has a vege filling of cucumber, carrot, avocado, pawpaw, capsicum, sesame seeds, tomatoe (and whatever else you can law your hands on at the time); with soy sauce, wasabi and preserved ginger.

I used to eat a lot of raw fish (only selected species – not the softer flesh susceptible to neamtode worm), but no fish at all the last 31 months.

About Ted Howard NZ

Seems like I might be a cancer survivor. Thinking about the systemic incentives within the world we find ourselves in, and how we might adjust them to provide an environment that supports everyone (no exceptions) - see www.tedhowardnz.com/money
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