Wednesday, September 30, 2009

The Ningxia Wolfberry

Just got done reading a book about the Ningxia Wolfberry which is dubbed the Ultimate Superfood by Gary Young ND, Rondald Larence MD, PhD, March Schreuder.

So what you say? Yeah well..wait until you read about what this Ningxia Wolfberry can do!

It along with four other whole foods helps combat heart disease, Cancer, Chronic Fatigue, Depression, Diabetes and More according to this book.

First of all I want to say none of this information I'm sharing here is my own and all is derived from this book and the scientific studies of many labs and Doctors all referenced in this book.

The Ningxia Wolfberry comes from the China Provenience of Ningxia. In this Provenience there are many Centenarians living there (not only old, but healthy; as in able to still farm their land well past their 100's!). They attribute this to the diet and Ningxia Wolfberry that they eat and drink daily.

Cancer Fighter: Ningxia wolfberry is rich in a number of componunds that have been shown to deactivate carcinogens and protect cellar DNA. some of these include ellagic acid, beta-caryophyllene, and potassium.

Heart Disease- The Ningxia wolfberry may represent the most powerful whole-food natural intervention to reduce the risk of heart disease. It can also slash risk factors for people who already have arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, and hypertension.

For hundreds of years, the Ningxia wolfberry has been included in traditional medicinal tonics to remove fat from the blood, lower cholesterol levels, and cut inflammation.
One of many studies: A 1988 report by the State Scientific and Technoligical Commission of chins, reported on a clinical trial of 50 people aged 64-80 who were given 50 grams of wolfberries for 10 days. At the end of the the study, the lipid peroxide levels in their blood dropped by 65%.

Weight Loss- The Ningxia wolfberry is the only superfood known that combines good taste, high fiber, high protein, and low-glycemic index with extraordinary levels of the vital mineral and bioactive compounds needed to jump-start metabolism and renew energy levels.

Depression- The Ningxia wolfberry may be effective in relieving depression and boosting energy due to its rich bioactive nutrients such as thiamin, niacin, and arginine. 180 grams of dried wolfberries contains the same of amount of thiamine used in a University of Wales study to relieve depression and improve mood.

Preserving a Healthy Heart:
Ningxia Wolfberry Research Summary:
* Reduces serum triglycerides and cholesterol by up to 80%
* Reduces inflammation
* Slows oxidative damage to LDL cholesterol
* Lowers Blood Preassure
* Reduces the stickiness of platelets and thickness of blood; may potentiate the action of warfarin and aspirin

Can Improve Immunity and eye sight and a range of other things too long to list here.

I'm totally sold on what the Ningxia Wolfberry can do for my health and everyone else's health.

Look at this video:

Also here is a PDF brochure about Ningxia Red drink:

More Wealth and Riches in every area of your life!

Dexter Black

Friday, September 25, 2009

Wonderful 45th Birthday

September 24, 2009

My 45th Birthday! Praise God! He is good!!

I had a wonderful time on my birthday.

My beautiful wife and I started out the day looking at a Caddie (for her, not me). LOL
What can I say. I like to buy things for others on my special day, not just myself.
We decided to purchase it and will be getting it home in a few days. I'll post a picture once we have it with more details.

Then we headed out to Lancaster, PA to do some shopping. We made a stop at the Burlington Coat Factory where we bought 3 comforters (one for our daughters future bed, a nice pink/white one) and two for our bed. Bought me nice black Lee Jeans, a nice short brown short sleeve shirt and a shirt for my wife for her Halloween party next month that reads "Bad Kitty". hahaaha She's so much fun!

We got mighty hungry after that and went to a Chinese Buffet called Star Buffet and Grill. I never had such a large amount of Chinese food to choose from in my life! It was all so good with some hot Black Tee to wash it down with. ahhhhhh

After all that food, we just had to walk; so we stopped at a mall and walked at least 8 miles. LOL Well...maybe it wasn't that much walking but it felt like it. It was good though and I found a nice cell phone I wanted and decided to buy it.
A LGRumor2 with a QWERTY Keyboard. I'm not the type of guy that buys the newest cell phone when they come out and I've always wanted one with a QWERTY Keyboard, and so now I have one! (All 100% deductible since I use my cell phone 100% for business in my Great Way To Chat Business. ).

Today as I write this being Friday September 25th the day after my Birthday, we continue to celebrate by buying Pizza from Pizza Hut. Love their cheese stuffed crust. I sure don't want to eat this every week, but as a birthday celebration; I'm happy to enjoy it. Spent part of today learning more about my cell phone and how to work all it's features. At least I am back on track in the cell phone world!

Thanks for reading my blog and I really do wish you more Wealth and Riches in YOUR life!

Dexter Black

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Dance Into the Light Lyrics by Phil Collins

Dance Into the Light Lyrics by Phil Collins

It's there in the eyes of the children
In the faces smiling in the windows
You can come on out, come on open the doors
Brush away the tears of freedom

Now we're here, there's no turning back
We have each other, we have a one voice
Hand in hand, we will lay the tracks
Because, the train is coming to carry you home

Come dance with me
come on and dance into the light
Everybody dance into the light

There'll be no more hiding in the shadows of fear
There'll be no more chains to hold you
The future is yours, you hold the key
And there are no walls with freedom

Now we're here, we won't go back
We are one world, we have a one voice
Side by side we are not afraid
Because, the train is coming to carry you home

Come dance with me
come on and dance into the light
Everybody dance into the light

Do you see the sun? It's a brand new day
Oh, the world's in your hands, now use it
What's past is past, don't turn around
Brush away the cobwebs of freedom

Now we're here, there's no turn back
You have each other, you have a one voice
Hand in hand, you can lay the tracks
Because the train is coming to carry you home

Come dance with me
Come on and dance into the light
Everybody dance into the light
Everybody dance into the light

Collins, Phil (Songwriter)
Hit & Run Publishing Inc. (Publisher)
Phil Collins Limited (Publisher)

Do you see the keys of Wealth and Riches in this song? I sure do.

Thanks and have a great day!

Dexter Black

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Then What?

MountainWings A MountainWings Moment
#1274 Wings Over The Mountains of Life

Then What?

What if you won the lottery?

What if you won a big one, like 100 million or so?

What would you do?

Let's go down the usual list.

Pay off the home (no make that buy a mansion - cash).
Buy several exotic cars
Buy clothes
Travel to exotic places
Hire servants (maids, chefs and chauffeurs)
Take care of relatives (mama at a minimum)

Then what?

What do you mean "Then What?"
I hear many of you asking, "Isn't that enough?
How can there be a "then what" after all of that?"

You see people; it's the "then what" stuff that makes the real
difference in life. All of the stuff on the above list, you will
get tired of in six months or less. The excitement will wear off.

You will get bored. People will be after you for your money.
You will get paranoid. You will discover relatives that you
didn't know existed or at least you hadn't heard from in years.

They all will want one thing and it won't be your companionship.

So, you will get paranoid, as everyone wants your money.

Then what?

We often make the mistake of assuming that money will solve all
of our problems. Money will only solve money problems.

In my experience in business and in ministry, I usually find
that it's the "other stuff" that's the real problem, not money.
Often the "other stuff" is the reason for the money problems.

Let's start with the list of what you would do if you won a big
lottery and I want to show you how you can live just as happy
(if not happier) without the big lottery win.

Pay off the home (no make that buy a mansion - cash).

A house is NOT a home. Many have houses but not homes.
Many have mansions but not homes.
You can't buy a home, only a house.
A home is made with love, friendship, and loyalty.
You can't buy those either.
But you can get them without a big cash influx.

Buy several exotic cars
I have a fairly fancy car now but it pales in comparison to my
first car. A Corvair. Not a Corvette, a 1966 Corvair.
That was the car Ralph Nader campaigned against because he
thought it was unsafe. I paid $125.00 for it. It leaked a trail
of oil wherever it went. It smoked. It jerked. It might not
get you where you intended to go, but it was mine. It was exotic.
I got more thrill from that Corvair than from my fancy car now.
Exotic is in the mind. Notice the hot graphics on the bus you
are riding? Exotic is in the mind.

Buy clothes
A friend of mind saw Stephen Spielberg in a bookstore.
Spielberg is the big movie producer of many of the all time
great Hollywood movies.

Spielberg is worth hundreds of millions if not billions.

He was dressed in shorts, tennis shoes with no socks, and a
floppy hat. You can afford to look like multi-multi millionaire
Stephen Spielberg. Is that exotic enough for you?

Travel to exotic places
There are still a world of things in my city that I have never
seen. Places that I have never walked. Streets that I have
never driven. People whom I have never met.
So it is with your city. If you are not happy in your city, you
won't find happiness on top of some foreign mountain or in some
posh village.

Hire servants (maids, chefs and chauffeurs)
Invite your little niece or nephew over and pay them a toy to
help you clean up. That will liven up your day.

Take care of relatives (mama at a minimum)
If your parents or grandparents are still alive, I can guarantee
that they want to talk with you more than you talk with them.
Talk costs you nothing but time and you don't have to win the
lottery to have that. They want a little of your time, not a
new house. Take care of them.

No matter how little (or much) you earn, always put something
aside. I have seen that saving is a habit that's not dependant
on income but on discipline.

The things that you do after the "then what?" will ultimately be
more important than your list if you won 100 million.

If you've understood this,
congratulations on winning the big one.

~A MountainWings Original~

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More Wealth and Riches in your life!

Dexter Black

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Are You...?

Are You...?

A few years ago a group of salesmen went to a regional sales
convention in Chicago. They had assured their wives that they
would be home in plenty of time for Friday night's dinner.

In their rush, with tickets and briefcases, one of these
salesmen inadvertently kicked over a table which held a display
of apples. Apples flew everywhere. Without stopping or
looking back, they all managed to reach the plane in time for
their nearly missed boarding. All but one.

He paused, took a deep breath, got in touch with his feelings,
and experienced a twinge of compassion for the girl whose apple
stand had been overturned. He told his buddies to go on without
him, waved goodbye, told one of them to call his wife when they
arrived at their home destination and explain his taking a later
flight. Then he returned to the terminal where the apples were
all over the terminal floor. He was glad he did.

The 16 year old girl was totally blind! She was softly crying,
tears running down her cheeks in frustration, and at the same
time helplessly groping for her spilled produce as the crowd
swirled about her, no one topping and no one to care for her

The salesman knelt on the floor with her, gathered up the
apples, put them back on the table and helped organize her

As he did this, he noticed that many of them had become battered
and bruised; these he set aside in another basket.

When he had finished, he pulled out his wallet and said to the
girl, "Here, please take this $40 for the damage we did. Are
you okay?" She nodded through her tears. He continued on with,
"I hope we didn't spoil your day too badly." As the salesman
started to walk away, the bewildered blind girl called out to
him, "Mister". He paused and turned to look back into those
blind eyes. She continued, "Are you Jesus?"

He stopped in mid-stride, and he wondered. Then slowly he made
his way to catch the later flight with that question burning and
bouncing about in his soul: "Are you Jesus?"

Do people mistake you for Jesus? That's our destiny, is it not?
To be so much like Jesus that people cannot tell the difference
as we live and interact with a world (shopping, working,
reacting to others that are serving us) that is blind to His
love, life and grace.

If we claim to know Him, we should live, walk and act as He
would. Knowing Him is more than simply quoting Scripture and
going to church. It's actually living the Word as life unfolds
day to day.

You are the apple of His eye even though we, too, have been
bruised by a fall. He stopped what He was doing and picked you
and me up on a hill called Calvary and paid in full for our
damaged fruit.

Let us live like we are worth the price He paid.

~Author Unknown~