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From: Gina (
Subject:         Re: Query for Gina…
Date: October 4, 2014 at 2:13 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Query for Gina… posted by siva on October 4, 2014 at 2:54 am:

I hear you Siva, but until I meet a Chinese scholar that says otherwise, I am just going to believe all my Chinese friends that say that Bigu means to fast, and that the man John Rose is quoting from, who has a western name, may not grasp what Bigu actually means.

While we're on the topic, I wonder what John Rose thinks of Hsu Yun (1840-1959), the buddhist who lived to 119 who ate Chinese vegetarian food, including rice. And how do the amazing shaolin monks build such amazing bodies on vegan Chinese foods, including rice, tofu, and vegetables? The buddhists study sutras and raise their vibration via transforming their minds and hearts. The buddhists are just one group that is able to do that...of course there are others. Man cannot live by "bread" alone...

Regarding John Rose's entry...I tend to agree with John McDougall who explains how starch was able to allow civilizations to grow and thrive.

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