We have dealt with many deadly diseases, flu’s, pandemics during our human lifetime here on Earth, and who would have thought that during the 21st century we are dealing with another pandemic that controls the entire world? Even more; the 10 deadliest diseases according to the World Health Organization (WHO) are listed here. Stroke is the number 1!
What can we do for ourselves and, eventually, for our future generations to get these numbers down? Most of us say that with a good and responsible diet we can do a lot, but not all of it. But, what if we look at nutrition being more than just food? What if when we realize that emotions are nutrition also we have to deal with? And what about light? Although we need darkness during our sleep, but awaken we need light. Can we see that as nutrition also?
The calendar days, months, and years that we place with our articles are from the Gregorian calendar and from the Jewish calendar.
The Gregorian calendar counts the months and years from the 1st day of its 1st month, which is called "January".
The Jewish calendar calls the 1st day of the Hebrew First Month - which according to the Jewish calendar is called "Nisan" – “Biblical New Year” and counts the months from this month. The years are counted from the 1st day of the Hebrew Seventh Month - called "Tishrei/Tishri" according to the Jewish calendar. This day is called “Rosh HaShanah”. But what does the Bible call this day?