S.O.S.

S.O.S. Memos, formerly Bite-Size Blogs (BSBs)

Weekly updates regarding our most crucial task in the history of humanity: Saving Our Species. (S.O.S.)  Join Our Mailing List (easy to unsubscribe).

Leveraging the  most recognized distress signal in the world, these weekly SOS memos by J. Morris Hicks are aimed at continuously promoting globally coordinated, urgently executed “big picture” solutions that are necessary for completely reinventing our entire civilization, such that we  may coexist indefinitely in harmony with nature.

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Printer-Friendly One-Pagers. As a former engineer and corporate executive, I know the importance of being able to make your case and describe a course of action on a single sheet of paper. That’s exactly what I have done here:

  1. Corporate Wellness One-Pager  Our flexible consulting approach for promoting health and slashing the cost of health care in all kinds of organizations.
  2. One-Page 4Leaf Guide for Healthcare Providers Helping doctors and other medical professionals streamline the health-promoting capabilities of whole plant foods.
  3. One-Page Guide for saving our ecosystem with engineering and business basics
  4. One-Page Recipe for Saving our Ecosystem
  5. “From Polo to Plant Food” — and a new career based on sustainability

Bonus: My three-page, 12-point paper on climate change (April 2016)

Food. Health. Planet. — Our Future as a Species. (my go-to presentation)

Sailing

Sailing away with 4Leaf to health and sustainability

—J. Morris Hicks, board member since 2012; click banner for more info:

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2 Responses to S.O.S.

  1. Jim: Your BSB #98 today is not yet shown as a hyperlink, just shows as text, not clickable to reach.

  2. Cindy says:

    Hi,
    Thanks for sending great information in your newsletter. I sure hope you continue on the path back to good health. My concern for you is the warfarin, is not great stuff. Have you looked into using natural vitamin E as it is a natural blood thinner? Years ago the Wilifred and Evan Shute from Canada used it to treat thousands of patients. The Shute Medical Institute is in London, Ontario and still carries their message forward. An online search will find many resources such as: http://www.anaturalcure.com or http://www.ericbakker.com/.
    In good health,
    Cindy

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