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Lumineaza-mi intunericul .

Lumineaza-mi intunericul
Dumnezeul meu, Tu Care tii toate i a Crui dragoste ntrece msurile omeneti, ia
viaa mea n minile Tale i f ceea ce eu a vrea att de mult s fac, dar nu pot

Printele Arsenie Boca

,,Cretinismul nu nltur suferina, ci schimb punctul de vedere asupra ei. Suferina


e singura condiie de purificare a sufletului. De aceea Iisus n-a nlturat toate
suferinele ntlnite, ci a corectat, prin pilda proprie, modul de a le primi.
Iisus n-a fugit de suferin, cum fugim noi... Deci nu putem cere s-i schimbe
nvtura fiindc noi suntem prea slabi.
Rugaciunea : S zici o dat i s nu mai termini!" - Parintele Arsenie Papacioc
Harul lui Dumnezeu nu vine unde-i o mhnire, unde-i o ntristare - deoarece
cu astfel de bogie nu tii ce s faci i o risipeti

Sfntul Nifon, Mitropolitul rii Romanesti (1434 - 1508)


"n toate zilele se cuvine s ai pe Dumnezeu i pe Preacurata Nsctoare de
Dumnezeu n inima ta, cci toate bunatile vin de la Domnul i de la Preacurata
Maica Sa pentru cei ce ndjduiesc spre dnii. Fie-i drag a te ruga de-a pururea i
i se va lumina inima i va vedea pe Dumnezeu."

Harul lui Dumnezeu nu vine unde-i o mhnire, unde-i o ntristare, deoarece cu


astfel de bogie nu tii ce s faci i o risipeti.
Harul lui Dumnezeu nu vine unde-i o mhnire, unde-i o ntristare, deoarece cu
astfel de bogie nu tii ce s faci i o risipeti.
i, din pruden, nici nu te stpnete acest har, dar vine unde-i linitire
sufleteasc, unde fiina noastr transform ca un mare aparat de reacie acest
har al lui Dumnezeu cu hotrrile tale de a mica, de a te mplini, i uite-aa
ajungi la msura omului desvrit, ca s nu spun c devii un dumnezeu dup
har, bineneles.
(Arhimandrit Arsenie Papacioc, Despre armonia csniciei, Editura Elena,
Constana, 2013, p. 17)

Matei, 11
28. Venii la Mine toi cei ostenii i mpovrai i Eu v voi odihni pe voi.
29. Luai jugul Meu asupra voastr i nvai-v de la Mine, c sunt blnd i smerit cu inima i

vei gsi odihn sufletelor voastre.


30. Cci jugul Meu e bun i povara Mea este uoar.

Hrisca = Buckwheat
http://www.willowgarden.net/gardendevelopments/Buckwheat_Harvest_2007.html

Hrica, barometrul statutului socio-economic al Rusiei: rubla i pierde


valoarea, iar hrica dispare de pe rafturi
http://adevarul.ro/international/rusia/hrisca-barometrul-statutului-socio-economicrusiei-rubla-isi-pierde-valoarea-hrisca-dispare-rafturi1_547afdf2a0eb96501e3913ca/index.html#

Hrica adevrata identitate a ruilor Acea grn era hrica. i pentru c primii oameni care au cultivat-o n regiune au fost
grecii, ruii au numit-o grecika. De atunci, ruii o fierb i o coc, fac terci i cltite din ea, i chiar i pine. Uitai de vodc i de
ciorba de sfecl, hrica este adevrata parte din identitatea ruilor. Aceste bobie umflele, maronii, merit un loc de onoare pe
steagul rusesc. Simbolul naiunii, vulturul cu dou capete, ar trebui detronat i nlocuit cu dou castroane de terci din hric, scrie
jurnalistul britanic. Iubesc hrica, aa c imaginai-v dezamgirea mea cnd, sptmna aceasta am intrat n supermarketul
local i nu am reuit s gsesc. De obicei sunt cinci rafturi pline de hric, dar panica le-a lsat complet goale, spune jurnalistul
britanic, ce locuiete la Mocova.

Hric
De la Wikipedia, enciclopedia liber

Regn Plantae

Fagopyrum esculentum
Clasificare tiinific
Regn:

Plantae

ncrengtur: Magnoliophyta
Clas:

Magnoliopsida

Subclas:
Ordin:

Caryophyllidae
Caryophyllales

Familie:

Polygonaceae

Gen:

Fagopyrum

Specie:

Fagopyrum E.

Nume binomial

Fagopyrum esculentum
M.
modific

Hrica (Fagopyrum esculentum) este o specie de plante din genul Fagopyrum,


familia Polygonaceae. Plant ierboas cu o nlime de 20 - 60 cm . Cu toate c nu
face parte din categoria cereale seminele ei sunt asemntare cu cele
de gru folosindu-se sub form mcinat ca fin. Planta provine din Asia fiind
rspndit n Europa de mongoli i turci.

Legturi externe[modificare | modificare surs]

A fi sau a nu fi o cereal Hrica 16 septembrie 2011, diversificare.ro

How to Grow Buckwheat


Learn how to grow buckwheat, an easy to grow grain even in poor soil, along with cooking applications and a brief
history on this high-quality protein food.

By Greg and Pat Williams


May/June 1986
Read more: http://www.motherearthnews.com/organic-gardening/how-to-grow-buckwheatzmaz86mjzgoe.aspx#ixzz3KZ3RM8TJ

Buckwheat is easy to grow in fact, it's unequaled at growing on poor soil . . . cut
the stems with grass shears when about three-quarters of the seeds have turned
brown. Threshing the seeds is fun: Just lay the stalks on a clean sheet and beat
them with a broom!
Buckwheat is one of the best sources of high quality protein in the plant kingdom.
It's easy to grow, harvest, and process; it prospers on soils too poor for other crops;
and it's not susceptible to any major disease or pest problems. On top of all that,
buckwheat is an excellent smother crop for weed control, a superb green manure
crop, and a legendary nectar source for honeybees.
Yet few gardeners use it! In all the years we've planted buckwheat for bread and
pancake flour, we've never heard of any other gardener raising the crop. So this
article explaining how to grow buckwheat is our chance to speak up for an old friend,
one that has served us faithfully . . . providing fine flavor and wholesome nutrition

while asking for just a little care in return. We think buckwheat is the backyard grain
you can bring in a usable harvest from as little as 40 square feet! It well deserves a
place in American gardens.
A Bit About How to Grow Buckwheat
Some guidelines on how to grow buckwheat: This quick-blooming crop doesn't like
hot, dry weather and is produced commercially only in the northern states. Still,
while high temperatures particularly at night can reduce yields by causing flowers
to "blast" (fall off without forming seed), buckwheat's long period of bloom.generally
ensures at least a moderate crop even when it's planted as far south as Tennessee.
At our location in south central Kentucky, we've experienced some losses in August
heat, but these have been followed by excellent seed formation during cooler periods
in September.
Buckwheat is also quite tolerant of acidic conditions there's little to be gained by
adding lime to the soil. What's more, soluble nitrogen fertilizer is definitely not
recommended for buckwheat, because it can cause the plant to favor vegetative,
rather than seed, growth. However, buckwheat does respond well to nutrients
supplied by the natural breakdown of organic materials. Winter cover crops such as
rye and hairy vetch plowed under as green manure are excellent for maintaining soil
fertility where buckwheat is grown.
Who Has the Buckwheat Varieties?
Unfortunately, seed of the few good buckwheat varieties can be quite difficult to
locate. Most likely, your local farm supply store can provide you with "common"
buckwheat, which is OK but nothing special. The same goes for the few mail-order
houses selling buckwheat seed.
If that's the best you can find, go with it. But there are a few certified varieties
available in states with commercial buckwheat growers. For example, the Minnesota
Crop Improvement Association supervises production of Mancan and Giant American
seed. Your local county extension agent might be able to connect you with a source
of these seeds
How We Grow Buckwheat
In most areas, the best time to sow buckwheat is about three months before the first
expected killing frost: The idea is to plant as late as possible to avoid high
temperatures during much of the period of seed formation. Most northeastern
growers, then, would sow during the last week of June, while southerners would
plant a bit later. In a pinch, you can sow as late as two months before the first
expected frost and still expect some yield.
Buckwheat does not need very finely worked soil, although numerous studies have
shown that early seedbed preparation promotes high yields. In our experience, this
grain loves to follow an early pea crop. We broadcast the seed by hand at a rate of
between two and four pounds per thousand square feet, and cover it by lightly raking
the sown area.

The seedlings emerge within a few days with two heart-shaped leaves. Growth is
amazingly rapid the plants start flowering in little over a week! As the seeds
develop, they change color from green to dark brown-black. Because buckwheat
blooms indeterminately (over a period of time), late in the season the plants will
have flowers as well as both ripe and unripe seeds.
When about three-quarters of the seeds have become dark brown, we cut the stems
near the ground with grass shears. We always harvest before the first killing frost;
otherwise the foliage will collapse in a tangled mass and many of the seeds will
"shatter" (fall off the plant). Even before frost, the most mature seeds shatter easily,
so we try to be gentle when harvesting.
Threshing buckwheat is fun our kids love it! We simply lay some plants on a sheet
and beat them several times with a clean broom, turning the stalks over frequently.
Conveniently, the unripe green seeds remain attached to the stalks, while the ripe
ones fall onto the sheet. Then we transfer the separated seeds plus a considerable
amount of chaff and other debris to a container and use the stalks as organic
mulch.
The next step is cleaning the seed. We've had excellent results by simply pouring it
slowly in front of a window fan that's running at high speed. This must be repeated
several times.
Buckwheat in the Kitchen
We grind buckwheat in a small stone-burr mill, but a blender could be used to
process small quantities. The seed hulls (pericarps) slip off during grinding and are
easily sifted out of the ground flour.
Making buckwheat pancakes from a 50:50 mix of buckwheat and whole wheat
flour is our favorite use for the finished product. However, adding up to 20%
buckwheat flour to a whole wheat bread recipe is rewarding, too, and boosts the
nutritional quality of the bread considerably. As several studies have shown, the
amino acid composition of buckwheat flour is on a par with that of animal protein.
And buckwheat contains a high level of protein, up to 12%. Furthermore, while most
cereal grains have limited amounts of the essential amino acid lysine, buckwheat has
abundant lysine, so it complements cereal proteins well.