Tuesday, June 14, 2011
It's Not All Black and White
It appears that her baby is waiting for its turn for some milk. (you sure don't see babies with their mothers anymore! So sad. So unnatural. So cruel.)
Whole fresh milk, unpasteurized...
A Campaign for Real Milk at realmilk.com links to Weston A Price Foundation and says that,
"Back in the 20s, Americans could buy fresh raw whole milk, real clabber and buttermilk, luscious naturally yellow butter, fresh farm cheeses and cream in various colors and thicknesses. Today's milk is accused of causing everything from allergies to heart disease to cancer, but when Americans could buy Real Milk, these diseases were rare. In fact, a supply of high-quality dairy products was considered vital to American security and the economic well being of the nation. What's needed today is a return to humane, non-toxic, pasture-based dairying and small-scale traditional processing, in short..."
It 's not all black and white. There are a lot of opinions. A Lot!
I say, "Follow the Money!" Better yet, I say, and I quote, "Look and listen for the welfare for the whole people and have always in view not only the present but also the coming generations." It originated with the Iroquois - Great Law of the Iroquois - which holds appropriate to think seven generations ahead (a couple hundred years into the future) and decide whether the decisions they make today would benefit their children seven generations into the future.
"Iroquois clans were ruled by women, who made all the land and resource decisions for each clan."
There is a sharp contrast from this to how we function in our world today. Maybe we could take an example from their wisdom...