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2010. október 30. egy csodálatos nap volt az életemben. Több száz ember előtt fejezhettem ki a hálámat a szponzorom a csapatom és a Unaico munkájáért. *******csaladiasmlm****
6 Nov 2010
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,,Minden kapcsolat történés, valahonnan valahová tart. Erre kell figyelni. Úton vagyunk-e még? Vagy már csak ismételjük magunkat? Mit "hoz ki" belőlünk az együttélés? Jót? Előre lépést, derűt, szabadságot, munkaképességet? Rosszat? Idegességet, beszűkülést, rosszkedvet? A kapcsolat változik, és benne változunk mi is. Előfordulhat, hogy az utak szétágaznak. Ha tartósan úgy érezzük, hogy már nincs dolgunk egymással, harag és gyűlölet nélkül is el lehet búcsúzni. Azonban sokszor a másikra haragszunk, mert nem olyan vagy nem vált olyanná, amilyennek elképzeltük. Pedig nem tehet arról, hogy nem vagyunk elég jó emberismerők, és olyat kértünk, amit nem tud megadni,vagy olyat ígért,amit nem tartott be. Elmenni könnyen kell, ahogy a levél leválik a fáról. Elmenni egyszer szabad csak és véglegesen. Egy foghúzás rossz, de elviselhető. De ha mindennap húznának rajta egy keveset - azt nem lehetne kibírni. Az ilyenfajta szétválásban tönkremegy két ember. " "Mutasd meg azt, ki nem kerget ábrándokat, s én mutatok egy boldog embert. Ám az ember igazán csak álmában szabad, így van ez rég, s örökké így marad." (Henry David Thoreau) *******nincsveszteseg.mlap.hu/ ********www.bediamonds.hu/ 愛情、誠実、名誉、信仰、友情、 المودة والصدق والشرف ، والإيمان ، والصداقة ،
8 Dec 2010
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As Ember Rises performs at whammy bar auckland
30 Jan 2011
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As Ember Rises performs at whammy bar auckland
30 Jan 2011
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An original, passionate and at times funny look at obsession, being young, love, life and… birds. With rising British talent Harry Treadaway (Fish Tank, City of Ember, Control) and Australian actress Emma Booth (Hippie Hippie Shake, Clubland). Coming to Theaters on March 7th.
31 Jan 2011
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Rengeteg ember jövedelem kiegészítője! 0% Befizetés! 0% Kockázat! 0% Veszteség!
7 Feb 2011
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Kiss Of Death by Glamour Of The Kill, from their new EP. ♥ [lyrics] Hey baby, you've been looking for me, The best things in life don't come for free, But I've worked too hard for this, So nothing that you say can bring me down, When tomorrow has come and gone, Everything we've said and done, Will mean nothing when our bodies both get swallowed by the waves, The sea can't save our souls, For our love we run, We won't stop for anyone, I can see the evil in your eyes, Goodbye my love, I know we'll meet again, I'm left behind, But my heart will not let go, This all began with burning embers, And now the fires of hell are waiting, And when the cold hands of death reach for me, I know my time has come and here I will meet my end, The sea can't save our souls, For our love we run, We won't stop for anyone, I can see the evil in your eyes, For our love we run, We won't stop for anyone, I can see the evil in your eyes, Hey baby, tell me what do you see, There's no love left in me, I've come to take what's mine, We're nothing more than souls lost to the sea, Bitch, you're coming with me, I'll drag you down till you can't breathe, The ice will fill your lungs, And no one will hear you scream, The sea can't save our souls, For our love we run, We won't stop for anyone, I can see the evil in your eyes, For our love we run, We won't stop for anyone, I can see the evil in your eyes, For our love we run, We won't stop for anyone, I can see the evil in your eyes.
7 Jun 2011
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A legtöbb ember úgy viszonyul a tőzsdéhez, mintha az egy misztikus valami lenne. A tőzsdén kereskedő daytraderekre pedig mint valami furcsa szerzetekre, akik kárt akarnak okozni mindenkinek. A valóságban épp az ellenkezője történik, ugyanis a daytraderek nem véletlenül léteznek és a mai napig kereskednek a piacokon. A 4 részes videóból megtudhatod, hogy miért tőzsdéznek a daytraderek és hogy ha ők nem lennének, akkor mi történne a gazdasággal. Részletekért kattints a *******nymomentum****/tozsdei-oktato-dvd/ címre!
25 Jul 2011
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A legtöbb ember úgy viszonyul a tőzsdéhez, mintha az egy misztikus valami lenne. A tőzsdén kereskedő daytraderekre pedig mint valami furcsa szerzetekre, akik kárt akarnak okozni mindenkinek. A valóságban épp az ellenkezője történik, ugyanis a daytraderek nem véletlenül léteznek és a mai napig kereskednek a piacokon. A 4 részes videóból megtudhatod, hogy miért tőzsdéznek a daytraderek és hogy ha ők nem lennének, akkor mi történne a gazdasággal. Részletekért kattints a *******nymomentum****/tozsdei-oktato-dvd/ címre!
25 Jul 2011
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A legtöbb ember úgy viszonyul a tőzsdéhez, mintha az egy misztikus valami lenne. A tőzsdén kereskedő daytraderekre pedig mint valami furcsa szerzetekre, akik kárt akarnak okozni mindenkinek. A valóságban épp az ellenkezője történik, ugyanis a daytraderek nem véletlenül léteznek és a mai napig kereskednek a piacokon. A 4 részes videóból megtudhatod, hogy miért tőzsdéznek a daytraderek és hogy ha ők nem lennének, akkor mi történne a gazdasággal. Részletekért kattints a *******nymomentum****/tozsdei-oktato-dvd/ címre!
25 Jul 2011
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A legtöbb ember úgy viszonyul a tőzsdéhez, mintha az egy misztikus valami lenne. A tőzsdén kereskedő daytraderekre pedig mint valami furcsa szerzetekre, akik kárt akarnak okozni mindenkinek. A valóságban épp az ellenkezője történik, ugyanis a daytraderek nem véletlenül léteznek és a mai napig kereskednek a piacokon. A 4 részes videóból megtudhatod, hogy miért tőzsdéznek a daytraderek és hogy ha ők nem lennének, akkor mi történne a gazdasággal. Részletekért kattints a *******nymomentum****/tozsdei-oktato-dvd/ címre!
25 Jul 2011
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John Masefield - On Growing Old - Read by John Derbyshire On Growing Old by John Masefield (1878-1967) Be with me, Beauty, for the fire is dying; My dog and I are old, too old for roving. Man, whose young passion sets the spindrift flying, Is soon too lame to march, too cold for loving. I take the book and gather to the fire, Turning old yellow leaves; minute by minute The clock ticks to my heart. A withered wire, Moves a thin ghost of music in the spinet. I cannot sail your seas, I cannot wander Your cornland, nor your hill-land, nor your valleys Ever again, nor share the battle yonder Where the young knight the broken squadron rallies. Only stay quiet while my mind remembers The beauty of fire from the beauty of embers. Beauty, have pity! for the strong have power, The rich their wealth, the beautiful their grace, Summer of man its sunlight and its flower. Spring-time of man, all April in a face. Only, as in the jostling in the Strand, Where the mob thrusts, or loiters, or is loud, The beggar with the saucer in his hand Asks only a penny from the passing crowd, So, from this glittering world with all its fashion, Its fire, and play of men, its stir, its march, Let me have wisdom, Beauty, wisdom and passion, Bread to the soul, rain where the summers parch. Give me but these, and though the darkness close Even the night will blossom as the rose.
10 Sep 2011
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Searching for Life: The Dogs of NZ’s Wakatipu LandSAR Search and Rescue & USA’s Mid Atlantic D.O.G.S.. Episode: 1778, Air Date: 28 July 2011. Search-and-rescue dogs serve on the frontlines locating people missing after natural disasters, lost children, injured hikers and others, being ready at a moment’s notice to bravely endure the elements and save lives. Supreme Master Ching Hai, world renowned humanitarian, artist and spiritual teacher, speaks of her admiration and concern for these devoted canines. And I saw many dogs, you know, they used for rescue mission. Oh, they just walk in like nothing, but I feel so bad about them. The dogs walk in the sharp, broken glasses or anything like that, even chemical leaking or anything, or germs or danger. And these are precious dogs. They have been trained for years. And they even lay down their life for anyone at command. You have to protect that dog. To show her loving support for search dogs and their human partners, Supreme Master Ching Hai has generously contributed over US$80,000 to search-and-rescue teams in 18 countries, including Australia, Belgium, Canada, Chile, China, the Czech Republic, Ecuador, France, South Korea, Malaysia, Nepal, New Zealand, Panama, the Philippines, Slovenia, the Netherlands, the UK and the USA. Today’s program features two of these courageous teams, the Wakatipu LandSAR Search and Rescue from New Zealand, and Mid Atlantic D.O.G.S., from the United States. Located in Queenstown, South Island, the Wakatipu LandSAR Search and Rescue is an active team specialized in high country and mountain search and rescue. Wakatipu Search and Rescue is actually a volunteer group, which has been established back in 1980s. It’s a working group of about 40 people, who are sent in case somebody is lost in the mountains, around the lake or in the city, or wherever else. The search and rescue dogs at the Wakatipu LandSAR Search and Rescue are often deployed for searches where time is of the essence and the terrain is difficult. Such is the case following an avalanche. There is a big use in avalanche and snow clearing. My dog is operational in avalanche and snow. It means that if an avalanche happens, he can go and find the buried person. In an avalanche, do you helicopter up to the location? Because the time is very crucial, normally it’s a helicopter, of course. At least to bring you to the base and then from the base you decide how to go there. Normally the first 15 minutes is the most important. Because then the possibility that you find a live person actually drops every minute. So that’s why lots of avalanche jobs are based on the ski fields, which means that they are always very handy. And if anything happens around the area, they can be very quickly transported to the place where the avalanche happened. But, yes, actually in an avalanche the dogs are a great asset for everybody, because there’s no other possibility to cover a big area of snow, because everything else would be really slow. How are the dogs cared for during a mission? During the mission, it depends on the terrain, on the situation, on the weather. Because, for example, a dog like Jacques needs more breaks more often, because he can overheat and can be quite tired after a long search. He has to have lots of water. You will always watch the terrain, if he is not in a dangerous situation. The dogs should have a break every 40 minutes; for another 10, 15 minutes, especially if it is hot weather, if it is demanding terrain, and then you can continue again. Some dogs are very dedicated to work for you. It means that they don’t really watch how they feel and they can put themselves in troubles. They really go to every terrain, every situation. So you have to decide and manage this. The search and rescue dogs are very motivated and willing to work. What is their reward for conducting a successful search? They don’t associate the search operation with any reward. The reward itself comes through the particular search. When he succeeds, he's given a little toy, which is his favorite toy. But most of all it’s your excitement again, as the partner, and that’s what the dog wants to see. Because you are his “alpha” being, you are his leader and he wants you to be satisfied. So it’s not the toy itself. It’s actually the whole group of aspects and behavior of yourself which comes as the reward for the dog. In recognition of the valuable contributions of the humble, dedicated dogs of the Wakatipu LandSAR Search and Rescue, Supreme Master Ching Hai donated US$1000 to the organization to purchase protective equipment for them. It’s actually a kind of confirmation of the great sponsorship we were given by Supreme Master. We will use this great money for the protection of the dogs, which will possibly come in terms of little tents. Because when we do our exercise or even the live search, which is more important, and something happens with the weather, we normally can protect ourselves, but we can’t protect the dogs. Now we travel to central USA to visit Mid Atlantic D.O.G.S., a volunteer organization which provides teams to search for persons who are lost, trapped, or incapacitated. Let’s meet some of the members and their delightful canine partners. Hi, I am Cindy Majane with Mid Atlantic D.O.G.S. We have about 15 regular training volunteers with our organization. I am Christie and this is my dog Aleko. She is a three years old Belgian Malinois. I am Lori Weckesser and this is my dog Ella. She is a two and a half years old German Shepherd. I am George Stephens. This is my dog Max; he’s a two years old Lab. Hi, Jane Servais. This is my seven-year-old Australian Shepherd, Embers. Hi. I am Allen and this is Simi. Hi, I am Bill Kenealy. I have a two and a half year old German Shepherd who is currently on a time out. I am Kate Gold and this is my dog Pi. She is one year old Border Collie. I’m Laura, and this is Bluestone. He’s a two years old West Virginia hound dog. Because these dogs must frequently work in a wide range of weather conditions, extra care must be taken to protect them. We need to watch out on a cold day like this that you don’t overwork the dog, that you always check your dog’s paws when they come back in to make sure they are not cut or they don’t have snow or ice in between their paw pads. And so we are extra careful both in the snow and during the summer with the heat, always to make sure that they are okay. Dogs have a sense of smell thousands of times better than humans, and use this highly developed ability to locate a missing person. Let’s watch how Cindy and Slugger conduct such a search. This is Cindy and her dog Slugger. Slugger is a nine-year-old German Shorthaired Pointer. Slugger has been doing and training for search work since he was a puppy. You see how the dog’s head has gone up. The body language has changed. The back is straight. The dog had picked up the scent, worked it to the source, and now what the dog has to do is come back and tell the partner that he’s made a find. As you can tell, finding people is the greatest thing in the world. They love this. So it’s not complete without the dog telling. You can hear the dog barking. The dog has to lead the person back in. And he doesn’t get rewarded until the partner and the dog and the person missing are all together. Allen shows how his dedicated dog companion Simi works very diligently until she picks up the scent. So he just gave her the command to go find. So she goes out. And then she goes into the woods. She’s searching. You can see as she zigzags back and forth a little bit, she’s in scent. And then we can hear her barking because she’s found the person. She will bark until Al gets there. Training a SAR canine takes thousands of hours. Sometimes it begins when she is only a puppy. Such is the case for Kailey. Kailey is an eight-month- old puppy and she’s just learning all about search- and-rescue work. And the primary thing that she needs for this is to like people. And she likes people. So we can get started. With the new dogs that are just training they get rewarded for going in. They don’t have the behavior training yet to go back and forth, although they may, just because they’re excited. Kailey’s getting rewarded for going to Laura and finding her. Today’s new technology is helping the dogs and their partners conduct their searches more efficiently. Max is wearing an Astro collar. I’ve actually integrated it on his harness, this orange piece here. That’s a radio transmitter that broadcasts his location based on GPS. I have a companion device which I carry, and it will tell me where he is in relation to me. In addition it maintains a record, so you can see a track on the screen both of where I’ve walked and where Max walks. So if we’re out trying to cover a large area, I’ll be able to see not only the part of that area that I walked, but also the part that Max walked and get a reasonably good idea of how well we’ve covered the area and searched it. Although they train arduously for hours, the searchers and their canine companions enjoy their training sessions together. I learn something every time I go out with my dog. I learn to trust my dog. Sometimes you’re out searching, maybe just training and your dog takes off and you think, “Oh the person couldn’t be there,” but the person is there. You trust your dog, because they have qualities of smell that we don’t have and they can find people that we would not know were there. It’s very inspiring to work with them. To recognize the outstanding contributions of the dogs in this noble organization, Supreme Master Ching Hai lovingly contributed US$1000 toward the purchase of protective equipment for their hard working dogs. Members of Mid Atlantic D.O.G.S. expressed their appreciation of this recognition. Thank you very much for your donation. Thank you, thank you. Thank you. We appreciate it very much. We’ll use it to benefit our dogs who are our true partners. And we very much appreciate you coming out and visiting with us today. Supreme Master Ching Hai’s #1 international bestselling book, “The Dogs in My Life,” was also presented as a gift. Thank you very much, and it’ll be very interesting to read. Thank you. Our heartfelt appreciation, dedicated canines and volunteers from the Wakatipu LandSAR Search and Rescue and Mid Atlantic D.O.G.S., who selflessly devote time and energy to serve others in urgent situations. We wish you every success in your noble work and many years of happiness together, both on and off the job, with God’s manifold blessings. For more information on Wakatipu LandSAR Search and Rescue, please visit: www.wakatipusar***.nz For more information on Mid Atlantic D.O.G.S., please contact: www.midatlanticdogs**** Thank you, compassionate viewers, for your kind presence today on Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants. May all beings enjoy long, healthy and happy lives in a peaceful, vegan world. Canadians Donald Armstrong, an organic grain farmer and Dan Jason, owner of an organic seed company, believe there is only one way to grow healthy, sustainable grains, fruits and vegetables. Organics is the only way to go, not using herbicides and pesticides and poisons in general. If you don’t poison your food and your environment and grow organically, then we’re going to have a planet that survives. If I go somewhere now and smell a (chemical) spray, I can’t stand it. It’s amazing. I just detest the smell of (chemical) sprays. Find out more about growing grains, fruits and vegetables the organic way Wednesday, August 3 on Planet Earth: Our Loving Home.
16 Oct 2011
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23 Nov 2011
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Delights of Ethiopia:Coffee and Injera (In Amharic). Episode: 1832, Air Date: 20 September 2011. Today’s A Journey through Aesthetic Realms will be presented in Amharic, with subtitles in Amharic, Arabic, Aulacese (Vietnamese), Aulacese (Vietnamese), Chinese, English, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Mongolian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. Greetings, kind viewers, and welcome to another episode of A Journey through Aesthetic Realms. On today’s program we’ll explore the Ethiopian injera and coffee culture, and discover the birthplace of coffee or “bunna,” as it is called in Amharic. The beautiful country of Ethiopia, located in northeast Africa, has many wonderful customs associated with delectable food and beverages. Inspired by the Orthodox Church tradition, Ethiopian cuisine is famous for its delicious vegan dishes. While diverse cultures exist in the nation, typical Ethiopian meals feature a sourdough flatbread or injera, various spicy vegetable dishes called “wats,” as well as an after-meal espresso-style coffee. Let’s first take a look at how injera is prepared. Now I am going to show how to make teff injera. Teff is native to Ethiopia. Teff has three varieties; we call them white, mixed, and red teff. Teff contains iron and also other nutrients. The most widely used food in Ethiopia is teff. Teff can be eaten with anything. Teff’s straw is called “chid.” And the straw is used for making traditional mud houses by mixing with mud. The grain looks like this. This is white teff grain. It is sifted, cleaned and ground. After grinding, the flour looks like this. This is white teff. I put the white teff flour in here and knead it. We knead it, and we add yeast to it. We can make one to two injeras from this. We ferment it. This is the fermented teff. It has been three days since we made this dough. We add “absit.” Absit is made by adding teff flour to boiling water, then we put it to the fermented dough after it cools down. Then we wait for about an hour. Making injera requires very simple yet special equipment. This is called “gulcha.” We put the griddle on 3 gulchas used to support the griddle. And this is “mitad.” It is called “ye’injera mitad.” And it is used to make injera and many other things too. We can also use it to bake bread. This is called “akenbalo;” it is made from black soil, ash and mud. And this one is made from clay soil. This is clay soil. To make the best injera, it is very important to heat the griddle evenly and thoroughly. We sprinkle something to ignite the firewood, to burn the firewood fast. Then we sprinkle Ethiopian cabbage seed powder. It will tell us when the griddle glows. It is called “gomen zer.” It makes the griddle more beautiful. It takes 30 minutes. When it glows, we clean the powder and put the dough on it. Now we need to add some firewood on all sides to burn the fire well for the griddle to glow well. We need some straw to burn the fire well. We use this to set the fire. It will have smoke while burning. Once the griddle is thoroughly heated, it’s ready to make injera. This is a cleaning cloth. I am cleaning, like this, to give the griddle a beautiful sheen and so that the injera will not stick to it. Now we bake the injera. This is called circling. Circling injera. Now it is hot enough. We cover the lid after it forms some kind of holes. So, it takes some 3 minutes to bake. It needs to be baked well. And this “sefed” is to take out injera. This is where we put the injera. Now we take out the injera. We detach the edges like this to avoid tearing off. Then we put the sefed under. Yes. I put it here. This is “mesob” for injera. Injera is often torn into small strips and served with “wats” or vegetable dishes. After a satisfying meal with scrumptious injera, it’s time for coffee. The story of coffee begins in Ethiopia, the original home of the coffee plant, Coffea arabica, which still grows wild in the country’s forested highlands. It is believed that coffee cultivation and use began as early as the 9th century. And from this long history of coffee cultivation arose the tradition of the Ethiopian coffee ceremony, an integral part of the nation’s social and cultural life. An invitation to attend a coffee ceremony is considered a mark of friendship or respect and is an excellent example of Ethiopian hospitality. So why not sit back with a cup of coffee and enjoy the show? Coffee was found for the first time in Ethiopia, from a region called Kaffa. The word “coffee” is derived from the word “Kaffa.” The traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony includes the processes of roasting, grinding, brewing, and serving coffee. Special equipment is used for each of these steps. This is “jebena” for boiling coffee. This is where we put the jebena. This is called “rekebot.” This is “sini” for drinking coffee. This is where we put the incense. To put these inside. Then, this is where we burn the incense. This is called “biret mitad” (iron griddle). This is a roasting metal. This is a roasting furnace. These are the coffee beans to roast. This is “mukecha” (mortar), for grinding the coffee beans. This is “zenezena” (metal stick). This is green grass. We spread it on the ground during holidays to symbolize good wishes and lushness. This is how we dress during the coffee ceremony in holidays to prepare coffee for our guests. The coffee ceremony begins with roasting the green coffee beans over a hot stove. My coffee beans look ready, I will take them out when their color changes to black. Now the coffee is ready. We are going to take it out. We make it like this because it has aroma. It is to spread the aroma to people. Like that. Now with this mortar we grind it after it cools down. Here are our coffee beans. This is our coffee mortar. We grind it with this zenezena. When the powder is fine after this, we put it in the jebena. Now the powder is fine. The pot for cooking coffee is called jebena, a simple wheel-turned pottery vessel with a neck and a handle. The water is boiling. We pour it into the jebena. We rinse the jebena. Now since the powder is fine, we put it here. Now, after adding the powder, we add hot water. Now, we should check the strength of the coffee. Too much powder, so we add a little water. So, we put it on the charcoal. This is the jebena lid. A lid for this. You can eat “yebuna qurs” until it boils. Come take. We burn our incense well. These are tongs to pick up embers. Tongs are used to adjust this. This is to pick this up. When the smoke flares, our coffee ceremony will be nice. We will check like this so as to avoid boiling over. We do this to facilitate the charcoal burning. When the coffee boils, it produces vapor. Now the coffee is boiling. Here it is. We put it like this for sedimentation. We serve the coffee when it sediments. Now it is ready. After pouring like this, we add sugar, or nothing, according to people’s needs. This is an Ethiopian cup, sini. We drink coffee with these bigger cups. Coffee grounds are brewed three times during the ceremony. At the same time, incense is burned. This, the first one, is called “abol.” The second “tona.” The third “bereka.” Now, this water is for the second and third. Yes, now the second or tona is put on the furnace. We can chat and eat yebuna qurs while waiting for it to boil. First, we rinse the cups, and make them ready for the second round. Ethiopian coffee ceremony is like this; it is very incredible. Now the second or tona is ready. We put it here for a while to sediment. We put this here for the next, to boil for the third round or for the bereka. This is it! Now the third or what we call bereka is ready. This is it; we have finished now. Delighting in the aroma and richness of freshly ground and lovingly brewed Ethiopian coffee, one is sure to feel relaxed. Today, we presented the injera making and coffee ceremony of Ethiopia. Our many thanks, Ms. Tsehay Mulugeta, for demonstrating your gracious tradition. May these time-honored customs continue to be joyfully practiced by the gentle Ethiopian people for eons to come. Caring viewers, thank you for sharing a fantastic time with us today on A Journey through Aesthetic Realms. Up next on Supreme Master Television is Vegetarianism: The Noble Way of Living, after Noteworthy News. May your journey on Earth be illuminated with Divine wisdom and compassion.
17 Dec 2011
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