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少年打算種一兆棵樹救地球，目前已種140億棵! - 讚新聞
Children call at the UN for a common fight for their future - Felix Finkbeiner is speaking(en,fr,de)
We plant trees for a better world. Help us children to save our future. - Plant-for-the-Planet
Felix Finkbeiner and children of the Plant-for-the-Planet Initiative are speaking at the UN to open international year of forests 2011
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充滿我（生命河靈糧堂 含經文禱告旁白 國語詩歌）
充滿我（生命河靈糧堂 含經文禱告旁白 國語詩歌）
如鹰展翅上腾 Soar on Wings Like an Eagle
我的心 唯有祢 我的靈 渴慕祢
我全人 獻給祢 以全心 讚美祢
舉雙手 敬拜祢 深深說 我愛祢
我的神 我的主 我渴望 親近祢
充滿我 澆灌我 使我靈 得滿溢
充滿我 潔淨我 更新我
充滿我 滋潤我 讓祢愛來圍繞我
我一生 我一世 屬於祢
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Harvard Hosts Vegan Conference
By Anna Starostinetskaya | ?? 24, 2017
Students will discuss the bioethical implications of the vegan diet at the sixth annual Ivy League Vegan Conference hosted by Harvard Vegan Society Student Group.
The Harvard Vegan Society Student Group (HVSSG) will host the sixth annual Ivy League Vegan Conference from March 24 to March 26, 2017. Sponsored by vegan meal delivery company Purple Carrot and Whole Foods Market, the conference will welcome 400 attendees from a variety of disciplines to discuss peer-reviewed studies on the health, environmental, and bioethical implications of consuming a plant-based diet. Speakers will include former White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs Administrator Cass Sunstein, Harvard Medical School professor Walter Willett, and Yale-Griffith Prevention Research Center founding member David Katz. “We take particular pride in having non-vegans in both our speaker lineup and audience,” HVSSG board member Matt Hayek said, “a testament to the growing relevance of veganism and its future role in society.” Last year, Harvard students launched the “Veguary Challenge”—a campaign meant to inspire colleagues to eat less meat during the month of February. Similarly, fellow Ivy League university Yale incorporated the offering of vegan options in school dining halls as a “core value” of the university in 2016.
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和平曙光分享了 Simple Vegan Blog 的貼文。
Our recipes are really simple, at least most of them. They’re usually ready in 30 minutes or less, so today we want to share with you some of our favorite 30-minute (or less) vegan savory recipes.“I don’t have time” is not an excuse for cooking and eating healthy, there are so many simple and easy recipes we can make. You can also make big batches of legumes and healthy carbs once a week and you can make a delicious meal in just a few minutes.
Hope you like them!1.- Vegan Thai soup.
Vegan Thai Soup.- You only need one pot to make this delicious vegan Thai soup. It's made with easy to get ingredients and you can add your favorite veggies.
2.- Pasta primavera.
Pasta Primavera.- This pasta primavera recipe is perfect for spring, although you can make it any time of the year using what's in season.
3.- Cauliflower risotto.
Cauliflower Rice Risotto.- This delicious cauliflower rice risotto is lighter than the traditional risotto because is made with cauliflower instead of rice and is also vegan.
4.- Vegan Sloppy Joes.
Vegan Sloppy Joes.- These delicious sloppy joes are vegan, super easy to make and require less than 30 minutes. I think they are the best sandwiches I've ever tried!
5.- 5-Minute letil dip.
5-Minute Lentil Dip. - This 5-minute lentil dip is so tasty and really smooth. Eat it with some crudités, bread or tortilla chips or use it to make delicious sandwiches or toasts.
6.- Vegan mashed potatoes.
Vegan mashed potatoes
7.- Vietnamese spring rolls.
Vietnamese spring rolls - We're making these Vietnamese spring rolls at least one or twice every week because they're so refreshing, easy to make and perfect for summer!
8.- Vegan pumpkin Alfredo.
Vegan Pumpkin Alfredo. - This vegan pumpkin Alfredo is super creamy, lighter than the traditional one, so simple and is ready in less than 20 minutes!
9.- Quinoa stir fry with vegetables.
Quinoa Stir Fry with Vegetables. - Save some time cooking big batches of quinoa or rice to make healthy meals during the week, like this quinoa stir fry with vegetables. It's so tasty!
10.- Creamy vegan cauliflower soup.
Creamy vegan cauliflower soup. - This creamy vegan cauliflower soup is so light and simple and although cauliflower is not one of our favorite veggies, we really enjoy this amazing recipe.
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March 22, 2017 at 20:53
These all look great!
March 24, 2017 at 16:51
Hi ! Thanks a lot 😀 Have a nice day!
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3月25日 17:00 ·
10 delicious, vegan recipes ready in 30 minutes or less. "I don't have time" is not an excuse for cooking and eating healthy.
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20170325Experience: my chickens saved my life I thought, if they can cope with the trauma they have experienced, then I’ve got to find the strength myself
"The hens accept me. They calm me down and I feel that, through the horrors in both their lives and mine, we connect."
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‘Bizarrely, one day, a friend asked if I’d ever thought about adopting ex-battery hens.’ Photograph: Shaw & Shaw for the Guardian
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I took my first overdose at 11, my second at 18 and my third just after my 21st birthday. It was a cry for help. I had lovely parents, but I was desperately unhappy.
I was sexually abused at the age of eight, in the 1960s. I was afraid I’d get the cane if I told a teacher, so I didn’t tell anyone. When my parents found out, all hell broke loose. The abuser went to jail, but I never spoke about it. I couldn’t face it.
I left school at 15 and worked for Royal Mail, first as a telegram boy and then as a postman. We’d finish at 12.30pm and go straight down the boozer. I’d have three or four pints, five, sometimes. Alcohol masked my depression, and by my early 30s I had become dependent. If I got bladdered, I could kick the demons out. One Christmas, I drank 48 cans of Carling in two days. I ended up in hospital. The doctor said, “You either pack in the drinking or you’ll die.”
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That’s when, aged 34, I went to rehab and there followed six years without a drink. I lost six stone in weight and started cycling 15 miles to work and back. I’d never felt so fit.
Then, in 1997, I fell in love. It was a beautiful sunny day, we’d been to the Cotswolds and I had a beer. One became two, two became three… It was the ladder to oblivion.
In 2006, nine years later, I had a full psychotic breakdown. I was out with my dad and he said, “You don’t look well, son.” I remember feeling nauseous, my whole body trembling. Next thing I knew, I woke up in a psychiatric unit. I spent two months in hospital, then had treatment with support in the community.
I retired from Royal Mail on medical grounds, after 33 years, and filled my time volunteering for various charities. Then, in 2011, I suffered PTSD after I was beaten up in broad daylight. It was an unprovoked attack and I became paranoid, couldn’t sleep and began to self-harm – it was a way of coping.
I became a virtual recluse, and would let only a handful of trusted people into my home. Then, bizarrely, one day, a friend asked if I’d ever thought about adopting ex-battery hens. I looked at him as if he was stupid. He said, “They have a horrendous life, and you’ve suffered a horrible life.” He thought I would benefit from looking after them.
I had always felt good around animals, and I’ve got a huge garden, so I contacted the local rescue centre and went down for a look. It was like something from a horror story. The hens were in such a state: they had no feathers and the bottom of their beaks had been cut off. It shocked me to tears.
I took in four hens to start with, and they changed my life. I quickly realised that these hens depended on me, and that gave me a purpose. I thought, if they can cope with the trauma they have experienced, then I’ve got to find the strength myself.
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They were terrified at first, but the first time they ran out of that coop, flapping their wings, was one of the most pleasurable moments of my life. I’ve now got three coops, a 12ft run, a brand new fence, 13 hens – and counting. I’ve got space for 30. I have spent a fortune on lettuce, porridge and corn on the cob. Live meal worms cost £11 a kilo, but they love them. I’ve probably spent about £3,500 so far, but the joy the hens give me is immense. They jump on my trousers, sit on my shoulders, they make me smile. I hadn’t properly smiled in 40 years. Even my psychiatrist said, “Paul, this is the best I’ve seen you.”
I’d never spoken about the abuse, locking it away in the back of my mind, but one day last August I broke down and told my psychiatrist everything. The hens had made me feel I could be more open. When I heard them clucking, I thought, if they can still speak after what they’ve been through, so can I.
One of the most crippling aspects of mental health is the desperate loneliness and discrimination from some members of society. The hens accept me. They calm me down and I feel that, through the horrors in both their lives and mine, we connect. As ridiculous as it sounds, they give me what I need.
• As told to Ruth Addicott.
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