We Are Not Beggars, We Are Creators.


The most essential things for human beings are the elements – sun, air, water and food. These are the essential resources for people’s lives.  God decided that these things would be the enjoyment of all, so that all might live.  He does not intent that we monopolize the elements – yet because they’re so abundant, people treat them as trivial, so they do not take them seriously.

Agricultural products should be saved as a human right.  To live, people need to eat.  You cannot commercialize this!  It’s such an anti-human behavior, not just anti-social, but anti-people.

Globalizing the market has effectively transferred control of farming away from the farmer, and into the hands of those who can shape the market.

We are not beggars, we are creators.  We have self-respect and we can be self-reliant.  We can control our own resources. For that to happen, though, the forces that currently control the resources will need to be confronted and dismantled.

–Stuffed and Starved.

Live and learn. We All Do.

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About julia29

Hi. My name is Julia El-Haj. I am a Hall of Fame Athlete, an MBA, Professional Certified Marketer, Certified Youth Fitness Trainer, a Specialist in Sports Nutrition and a licensed Real Estate agent. I gave up my "seat at the table" to be home with my 3 children because that's where I was needed most. I blog about everything with Wellness in mind.
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