For those who wait…

..SO… I haven’t written in a while. Done a lot of reading, re-editing and putting in hours at where I work. The mind has been a bit fuzzy with the ongoing routine of it all to put together something of value.
..Thought about another poem, but the only thing that comes to mind is snow. And I doubt anyone wants to read ANOTHER poem about little white fluffy flakes. Thought about history, the prophetic in America and a few other subjects.
..Been considering one on the subject of food, mostly all the stuff I have been learning about the real science behind Carnivore eating. But most of that is too new to me personally, to do a decent write-up on would require footnotes, links and better thinking from a person who is often tired after work. So I will keep learning and wait to write it.

Creativity is low in the world of the daily grind.

..So, I would just like to vent for a moment in this update. And say I yearn for the next thing beyond the daily cycles of life. I tire of the ongoing reports of “what is coming,” of the great course correction in the world, church and financial markets. As cold as it may sound, I just simply just want to have it happen, so that this event is over. It’s like holding your breath forever, over the ongoing march of good and bad reports.
..I hear things from several places, on several subjects. And like Bilbo said in the Fellowship of the Ring, “I feel thin, sort of stretched, like butter scraped over too much bread.”
..I keep feeling (and so does my wife) that all of this will be fine. It will settle out in the end, the things spoken in the silence of dreams and visions from the Lord’s heart will regardless of my understand still take place.
..But still, I am not still, but restless for the change. For things I have not seen and old promises maybe held to close. Everything waits, frozen on a screen like a pause button from an old VCR remote.
..And talking and reading of the words of a few others, I know we are not alone in this.

What are you waiting for?


Waiting for the Sonrise, part two

Sonrisepart 2

  In the past blogs, I have not really dived into the “nut & bolts” of the Carnivore diet. In truth, this diet is not really a diet, but its part detox and part a way of life. As we transition into the latter half of our second month of this all meat diet. We now have noticed not only the continual slow and steady weight loss but we are also seeing the larger health benefits.

 To date, both my wife and I are reducing our home regiment of supplements as our health becomes more inline. I am down to about one-third of what I once took to manage my Thyroid and my wife’s high blood pressure is steadily falling in line with acceptable numbers. Continue reading

Waiting for the Sonrise, part one

Sonrise dog

  As stated in my previous post, “Ink on the page” this is an introductory part of a going series. The quote I used blog post is to me the most on target. It came from the first Lord of the Rings movie when Galadriel was speaking at the intro to the movie.

  “The world is changed. I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air. Much that once was is lost; for none now live who remember it.“

   Much of the Rings movies is extremely symbolic of the age we now find ourselves in. Many of the now famous quotes like Gandalf speaking to Frodo is oddly the question that will face most of the church during this age as we gear up for our own personal and corporate last battles

  “I wish it need not have happened in my time said Frodo, ‘So do I,’ Said Gandalf, “and so do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.”

  So, do you feel the change? Do you watch the world around you and feel somewhere deep down within you a change has taken place that has a hard time describing?

  Many do and are starting to speak up about it.

  An even larger group, I think feel the same but have said nothing for there own personal fears of being correct. As I said before, there is a universal SOS or wake up call that even the non-Christians are now hearing.

  And that is the point of the next several blog posts. I am hoping to display some “things” that do not fit within the narrative our world is teaching. All in the hope of a few people waking up from the dangerous slumber we now find ourselves in.

  This first post is a sampling of some of the issues that I will try diving deeper into. So hopefully this will cause you to ponder and reflect as I slowly hack away at some of the foundations of illegitimate wisdom in our world.

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Carnivore Diet Update


There have been a few questions, so I thought I would give an update. -RF
It’s been over a month and here are a few things that have happened and that we have learned.

• I’ve lost about 32 pounds.
• My wife has lost about 26 pounds.
• We both are living with less pain.

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Report: The Carnivore Diet


Note: Ok, so I had a bit of fun creating the above image. Not that I am saying I am a dinosaur or that we are eating dinosaurs. But after moving to Wyoming it seems every town has a museum for dinosaurs because it’s the farmers who sometimes find the bones in the fields.

I wanted to give a three-week report on a new diet we are trying. First of all, I am not going to be filling this simple report with many of the facts anyone can find on the internet. I will say there is a lot of growing support and facebook groups for eating this way. All I want to do in this simple report is simply just let people know what my wife and I have been discovering with this diet.
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