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When I woke up from this dream--I was left with the conviction of a mission to heal and reset broken and disillusioned hearts. If I could ask God a question, what would it be?


The answer to the question was in that dream. It is simple and maybe even sounds a little silly, but powerful:

Can you spell "potatoes?"

What the what?



Don't block me out until you hear the whole story. I promise you will feel inspired and have direction, hope, and hopefully--you are smiling. All these things are much needed in these scary times.

When I first moved to Talkeetna in 2007--my closest neighbor and farmer, Mr. Peterson, lived over a mile away. His cows kept showing up at my place and causing a bit of havoc. Mr. Peterson would drive over and chase them back to his place. As a peace-offering, he always brought me potatoes from his garden. They were delicious.

Remember in the '60s when there was much division found in America over Viet Nam? How some individuals were labeled "Hippies" or "Flower Children?" This group of individuals would pass out flowers to others and say, "Make love, not war." America was horrible to our warriors. My dad was one of those warriors, and my heart broke when these so-called lovers, not haters, spat on him and his uniform. Many warriors did not return. Many returned with horrific wounds. Physical and emotional.

What calmed down the feelings of hate and disappointment in America over this situation? What allowed us to return to a normal life? It seemed to be music. A lot of beautiful, meaningful music came out of that era. But it took many years of forgiveness, and those flower-children to grow up.

Then there was the horrible situation in India when Gandhi rose up to bring hope and restore love. Mother Teresa restored love and compassion for forgotten children. After 911, Americans pulled together in our grief and shock. The world joined us. I was in Russia on that day, and the Russians were very loving to the Americans. They invited us to their homes, saying, "If this can happen to you, we don't have a chance." They openly cried in the streets the same as the Italians did in Italy when JFK was murdered by his friends. These horrible experiences pulled us together because many of us acted lovingly. We did not divide. We became a team.

Throughout history, there are many more examples of a person(s) or a symbol such as the cross, the heart, the sun, the Son, smiles, kind words, helping each other, etc., as something that turned bad situations into good ones--where hearts were reset. I want to be an instrument of good for this world. I've learned that the conspiracies are NOT theories. They are true. I've witnessed first hand evil so deep that it makes me cringe. I'm shocked that Americans sacrifice babies, and a few individuals use money and prestige to control and manipulate the masses. Things are so wrong right now that only God can fix them. We need to stick close to Him and ask:

What can we do to help?

Then wait for the answer. But not too long. Keep asking. Time is of the essence.

How do we stay part of the solution as opposed to the problem? What is to become the beacon of hope and transformation to this era? Something as simple as a flower, or a slogan? As bad as things are, how can we reset hearts? Because a heart-reset is severely needed. The author of hearts is God. How do we join with Him to help make this happen?

My dream revealed that there needs to be a change in this world: I was inspired to think of potatoes--and how they can become a new symbol used to reset hearts. I'm asking you to join me. I'm asking you to bring in the gift of potatoes to your homes, offices, churches, families, friends, and the world.

I would like to tell you about the power of the potato to change or reset hearts. I wish it were possible to print the entire chapter of the book: Medical Medium: Life-Changing Foods, Save Yourself, and the Ones You Love With the Hidden Healing Powers of Fruits and Vegetables by Anthony William. Chapter "Potatoes." Buy the book and read for yourself.

In the chapter "Potatoes" you will find the best, most comprehensive information, but you can read a blurb on the mighty potato here:

How can potatoes reset hearts?

From the book "Life-Changing Foods."

  1. First, nutritionally potatoes are a nutritious, healthy food that are rich in vitamins A, C, & B-complex and minerals such as manganese, iron, magnesium, and potassium. And much more.

  2. Giving a peace-offering of potatoes from your garden is a sign of love and kindness. It can reset hearts.

  3. Remember as a child, when we stuck toothpicks in a potato, and placed it in water. What happened? This was a fun activity and proved the power of the potato to grow and transform. Why not do this with your children or grandchildren? It's a powerful lesson.

  4. The potato absorbs and diminishes the adverse effects of wireless Internet signals, cell phone signals and emissions, and other electromagnetic fields (EMF).

  5. They can even soak up and neutralize the negative emotional energy we sometimes pick up during the day and bring home with us.

  6. The power of potatoes can be accessed by placing one in a basket, on a counter, or elsewhere in your home. Discard it every five to seven days (don't eat it) and replace it with a fresh one.

  7. Potatoes are NOT "disease-producing" and do NOT contribute to obesity, diabetes, cancer, or any other disease-producing conditions. They can reverse these illnesses, instead.

  8. The potato is the ultimate underdog, full of potential, yet always overlooked and even trampled on. They have been blamed for ills they never caused. Sound familiar?

  9. Potatoes remind us of all our hidden gifts, our life purposes, and all our talents that get trapped inside and held back.

  10. You will give yourself one of the greatest gifts on earth if you can overcome the misinformation provided by misguided "experts" regarding potatoes.

  11. Potatoes can improve conditions of: Heart disease; colon cancer; breast cancer; pancreatic cancer; prostate cancer; liver disease; liver cancer; kidney disease; kidney cancer; hypoglycemia; diabetes; obesity; arthritis (including rheumatoid); peptic ulcers; hemorrhoids; irritable bowel syndrome (IBS); Crohn's disease; celiac disease; colitis; small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO); all other intestinal conditions; insomnia; depression; Graves' disease; Hashimoto's thyroiditis; low reproductive system battery; herpes; endometriosis; mystery infertility; shingles; anxiety; Addison's disease; all autoimmune diseases and disorders; chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases (COPD); ear infections; eye infections; inflamed uterus, ovaries, and/or fallopian tubes.

  12. Also can improve these symptoms: Inflammation; fungus; fatigue; brain fog; difficulty sleeping; dizziness; ringing or buzzing in the ears; diabetic neuropathy; tingles and numbness; malaise; listlessness; hearing loss; hypothyroid; canker sores; restless leg syndrome; food allergies; anxiousness; skin discolorations; frozen shoulder; Candida overgrowth; Bell's palsy; hyperthyroid; loss of libido; spasms; twitches; cold sores; central nervous system; sensitivities; inflamed gallbladder, stomach, small intestine, and/or colon.

  13. For emotional support, potatoes offer us foundation and strength when we're feeling blurred, dizzy, foggy, troubled, or adrift in our lives.

  14. If your ego is consuming you, potatoes can tap into the humble confidence within; overriding the toxic emotions that keep you from succeeding in the areas of life that truly matter.

  15. Potatoes reorient us, help us to feel pleased and gratified by our experiences, and guide us to make choices not based on ego but out of true grounding and stability.

Get the point yet?

Bring potatoes back into your life and the world.

Make sure we give the gift of potato or potatoes to everyone. Add them to your gardens, your pockets, your meals, and your rooms. Grow them. Instead of a flower--give the ones you love or the ones who hate--a potato. Make it a gift of love and peace. It can be the symbol we need right now.

More from the Medical Medium book:

"When you feel like you're living by an arbitrary belief system that dictates what you're supposed to do and who you're supposed to be, connect with the wisdom and grounding of the potato. Remind yourself that so much of who you are is beneath the surface, that you are supported and witnessed, and that you deserve to unearth your true nature and share it with the world."


  1. The potato, from the perennial Solanum tuberosum, is the world’s fourth largest food crop, following rice, wheat, and maize.

  2. The Inca Indians in Peru were the first to cultivate potatoes around 8,000 BC to 5,000 B.C. In 1536 Spanish Conquistadors conquered Peru, discovered the flavors of the potato, and carried them to Europe.

  3. Sir Walter Raleigh introduced potatoes to Ireland in 1589 on the 40,000 acres of land near Cork. It took nearly four decades for the potato to spread to the rest of Europe.

  4. Eventually, agriculturalists in Europe found potatoes easier to grow and cultivate than other staple crops, such as wheat and oats. Most importantly, it became known that potatoes contained most of the vitamins needed for sustenance, and they could be provided to nearly 10 people for each acre of land cultivated.

SUGGESTION: Try throwing a potato instead of a brick. I wonder what would happen? Try handing out potatoes instead of bullets.



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