The session describes the innovative program that provides nutritious, tasty, and easy to prepare prepackaged breakfast, lunch, and dinner meals at no cost to low income families. The four dishes in the program are designed to provide high quality protein, complex carbohydrates, and fiber. To prepare any of the dishes, simply add water and cook.
Imaginary Dinner Gala
Over the past two decades, dieting has become a national pass time; there are more than 40 diet plans, including some scary types: tongue patch and the tapeworm diets. These valiant, but misguided, efforts actually turn the dieters into food addicts, most experience net weight gain. Self-doubt, depression, and over eating often follow.
We have a scientifically proven solution based on the fact that our brain has difficulty discerning between real and imaginary events; it treats both in the same manner. Successful athletes routinely imagine their feats to success. The intriguing result is that replacing the eating of real food with imaginary eating can result in the feeling that you have actually eaten the food. Hence, our revolutionary solution: Imaginary Dinner Gala, which is calorie free, gluten free, and spiritually uplifting.
This session is designed to help you develop deep individual commitment to ‘green living.’ Eating Green would save a significant amount of energy used to commercially process and transport processed foods and reduce the waste associated with the disposal of food packaging – glass, plastic, paper, and metal.
Patiala, Punjab, India: In 2007, Gopal Kapur and his wife Darlene started a program of educational support for bright students from families with income of less than $125 per month; including five orphanstudents. The scholarship program included school fees, books, stationary, uniforms, and incidental expenses. If after high school graduation, students qualified for college/university admission, the scholarship program covered them to college graduation. Today (2017) we have a CPA, four with undergraduate technology degrees, one with Masters in Computer Analysis, and six with undergraduate accounting degrees. Currently (2017) ten students are in the scholarship program.