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Genesis 1, 28 says that we should "go forth and multiply, and replenish the earth." Not all Bibles have this "replenish the e...

Friday, March 6, 2020

Coronavirus : it's time for us to start taking an active part in healing our world

Dear friends

I think we should be aware of Corona Virus, especially for any group events we do, but we shouldn’t let it distract us from our mission(s) and we must not let fear override our common sense.

Of course we must take precautions, but we mustn’t shut down our lives.

There are energetic ways to protect ourselves as well as opportunities to boost our immune systems.

For example we can use this time to stay away from sugar and starch (sugar) and perhaps take up intermittent fasting and stay away from fast foods.

We have an opportunity to use Corona as a catalyst to change the way we think. And especially to get others to change the way they think.

We have an opportunity to investigate how short our lives are and how much work we still need to do.

Let’s take these opportunities without being fearful and with the knowledge that whatever happens we have taken the right path, thought the right thoughts, eaten the right food, and as best we can, shared our world with each other.

Here’s to our health and the health of our planet.


I wrote the following in 2010:

Monday, November 8, 2010

Ancient Teachings

Genesis 1, 28 says that we should "go forth and multiply, and replenish the earth." Not all Bibles have this "replenish the earth" in them, but this is a direct translation from the Hebrew and is in my Bible. We cannot simply take and take. When nature decides that she has had enough, we will be given a lesson. We are also told that the "sins of the fathers will be on the children to the fourth generation" (Deuteronomy 5, 9). Four generations are about 100 years. This sentence means that we should consider 100 years time in all our decision making. The warnings are in our most ancient teachings. It's about time we heeded them.

Thursday, February 6, 2020

No prevents progress

The biggest reason South Africa is critically ill, and what we should do about it.

“No” has become a standard response from people who are protecting their jobs, basically by changing nothing. “No” should actually be “come and talk.” “No” has led to Load Shedding, Job Losses, Unemployment, Lack of Security, Waste and Health Risks e.g. in Milnerton Lagoon, etc.

The fastest way for us to fix this problem is to organise our communities into cooperatives, and then for the cooperative to negotiate on the community's behalf.

Of-course this requires trust and cooperation, a huge problem in a country full of fraud and corruption.

Love your neighbour needs to include Trust your neighbour. I trust those I love.

South African companies fall apart because trust disintegrates.

We need integration.

We need to cooperate and to become interdependent.

This way our costs go down and our security goes up.

Thursday, January 9, 2020

Steps to fix South Africa include

To answer a question that someone presented to me, about "have you spoken to the "DA"?

I've met Helen Zille and other top DA people over a period of more than 10 years. I've got personal phone numbers of top DA people. I've also met top ANC, IFP, ACDP and other political and business leaders over the years ...

Firstly they need to Mandamus each and every minister. Take a look at https://mypowerstation-sa.blogspot.com/2018/01/david-lipschitz-mandamuses-south.html

This is a Mandamus that I presented to government in early 2018. 3 working days later, the government declared the Western Cape a disaster area, without ever mentioning my Mandamus.

My Mandamus took me over 500 hours to Research and Develop and Write. I first had to learn and understand how common law works and I studied the South African and USA Constitutions.

Secondly they need to declare the Electricity Act (law) to be unconstitutional.

Thirdly they need to work to Level the Playing Fields to that everyone has the same access to using and supplying electricity (and water and other products).

South Africa needs a business leader who will lead

Dear Business Leader
Happy new year to you.

I wish and pray that we could find a way to get Milnerton (applicable to any group of people, even if they aren't neighbours) neighbours to work together. If we could, we could

1) reduce our electricity cost whilst dramatically increasing our supply and having no load shedding.
2) give free electricity to the squatter camps around Milnerton.
3) start producing our own water using desalination at under R15 per kL.
4) give free water to our poor neighbours and to poor people living in our suburb.
5) start the production of localised food.

All this is possible and I know how to make it happen technologically. But I lack the social skills.

Financially it is also possible, if we choose to redirect our financial resources to sustainable living, rather than to others, who aren't interested in our lives.

And imagine, lower crime and lower electricity and lower water and lower food costs, whilst at the same time having security of supply and unlimited water and food and electricity and also having sewerage recycling and sewerage mining and other recycling means that Milnerton could become the go to place.

A place of rebirth. A place of plenty. A place of health.

And full employment for anyone in our suburb.

Feel free to roast, criticise, gloat, flame, whatever.

Also free free to help me find the answers I've been searching for since I started on this journey in 1999, when I saw the future.

There are so many strands to this process including declaring the electricity act to be illegal, leveling the playing fields, etc, but it really needs a business leader to step forward to to put his name to the process. At some point this leader will lead and South Africa will have reached the turning point it so desperately needs and which is so so close.

Best regards,