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“Build Paradise and eat the fruits thereof”

is the call to get back to paradise.



The following excerpt from the foreword to the book explains why dietary changes, re-forestation and backyard fruit and vegetable gardens are the keys to solving the climate problem. *

 * Even though sun spots are a factor, humans have cut down the tropical and evergreen forests and have emitted excessive greenhouse gases which upsets the climatic balance.



Here we present, The Lovewisdom Message on Paradise Building by Dr. Johnny Lovewisdom, first published in 1975, which even after 40 years is now more than ever a timely message.


“Build Paradise and eat the fruits thereof” is the call to get back to paradise.


Every culture has its memory of paradise, a golden era of peace and harmony;

“With the Hebrews it was the Garden of Eden,

with the Celts, the lost island of Avalon;

with the Greeks, that wonderful garden on an island in the Western seas the Hesperides;

with the Persians, the Haoma-Tree Paradise;

with the Chinese, the garden of the Peach Tree Goddess...”

(Henry Bailey Stevens).



Mankind has since chosen an artificial lifestyle, a far cry from our original paradise way of life.



As a consequence, pressing issues threaten the thriving of life on Earth:

the terror of war, climate change, hurricanes, tsunamis, water shortages, famine, deforestation, desertification, over-population, meaningless jobs, poverty, environmental pollution and health epidemics.



The world livestock population (cattle, dairy cows, pigs, goats, lambs and poultry) now exceeds 21 billion animals, 3 and a half times the world’s human population.



The raising of livestock takes up more than two-thirds of all agricultural land, and one third of the total land area according to UN figures. Virgin rainforests are being cleared to accomodate this excessive livestock animal population.



Forests are the greatest carbon sinks converting CO2 into carbohydrate sugar, plant fiber and oxygen and thus are the most important climate control factor.



Animal farming accounts for 21% of man-made CO2, emits the greenhouse gas methane and is the main reason the tropical rainforests are being cut down, all to feed people’s acquired desire for meat, poultry, dairy and eggs.



According to British physicist Alan Calverd, global warming could be controlled if we all stopped eating meat and became vegetarians (or semi-vegetarians ed.).



Dr. Calverd points out that giving up pork chops, lamb cutlets and chicken burgers would do more for the environment than burning less oil and gas.



Cattle ranching is the number one cause of deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon. Cattle ranchers cut the rainforest because of the demand for cheap hamburgers in trans-national fast food restaurants worldwide.



According to the World Watch Institute magazine (July/August 2004), “In Central America, 40 percent of all the rainforests have been cleared or burned down in the last 40 years, mostly for cattle pasture to feed the export market, often for U.S. beef burgers.



The human appetite for animal flesh is a driving force behind virtually every major category of environmental damage now threatening the human future-

deforestation, erosion, fresh water scarcity, air and water pollution, climate change, bio-diversity loss, social injustice, the destabilization of communities, and the spread of disease.”




Two Things That Will Make You Eco-logically and Eco-nomically Healthier:


1.  Plant a Paradise Garden and Grow Your Own Organic Vegetables, Greens, Herbs, Berries and Fruits.


Lettuce is easy to grow from seed.


Ecologic/Economic growth is growing a victory garden for your health and the planet.


2.  Adopt a Vegetarian Diet based on vegetables, fruits and home-made raw dairy products like cheese, yogurt and butter.




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