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Nyani’s First Visit from Fruitoka

Visit 1:  This is Nyani’s first visit to Earth from Fruitoka.  In this visit she explores why we don’t grow our own food near our homes.  Note – This is a Story.

Attention:  Since this is Nyani’s first visit, I’ll provide a note of explanation here.  Fruitoka is a planet where the people live on a fruit-based diet.  I sent out a call for help from advanced planets and Fruitoka answered.  They sent a delegate to visit us.  Nyani is pronounced “Nigh-On-Ee”, with an emphasis on the “On”.

I arranged for her to meet an American named Steve.  Steve is a pretty average American with a wife and two children.  He eats the standard American Diet.  However, I’ve been briefing Steve on some of the food, energy, and political issues facing our planet.  

I wanted him to be (somewhat) prepared for Nyani’s visit.  Nyani was at first named Firty.  I held a contest to “Rename Firty” – this explains some of the comments on this page.

The Visit

Steve sat on his front porch as a young woman walked down the street towards his home.  She was thin, average height, with blond hair.  Steve thought she was quite pretty.  She walked up his sidewalk, smiled, then spoke for a few seconds in a beautiful language he could not understand.

Then she reached into a small bag tied around her waist, and handed Steve an oblong green stone about four inches across.  The woman said, “Hi Steve, I’m Nyani.  You should be able to understand me now.  The stone is a universal translator.  I just wanted you to hear a bit of my real language.”

Steve sat in shocked silence for a second, then replied, “You don’t look like you’re from another planet.  I expected someone a little more… different.”

“Well, Christopher may not have prepared you enough.  Our planet is near the star you call Procyon B.  We are 11.4 light years away, as you call it.  Our planet is slightly smaller than yours, about 24,000 miles around.  Our people look very much like you.  Fruitoka’s population is nearing ten billion.”

“Would you like to come in?”  Steve slowly asked.

“No, let’s stay out here.  I much prefer to be outside.  Where are all the people, by the way?  And where on earth are your food trees?  Christopher said that on your planet now most of the food is grown many miles from your homes.  I found this hard to believe, but it seems to be the case.  Tell me why?”

“Let’s go around to the back yard,” said Steve.  “We have some fruit trees, or food trees.”  As they rounded the corner of the house to the back yard Steve proudly showed Nyani an apple tree and a peach tree.  “There they are.”

“But certainly this can’t feed your family.”

“No, it doesn’t.  We get food from the store, but it comes from all over.  In our country a small percentage of the people grow lots of food for everybody else.  I think only 2 percent of the people now grow most of the food.”

“And you think this is a good situation?”  asked Nyani.  “How can your food be fresh?  How can it be ripe?  How do you get enough food into the cities before it loses its water content?”  Nyani looked very puzzled.  “We will have to plan a visit to Fruitoka so you can see our planet.”

“You mean me travel there?  Can I do that?”  Steve was starting to wonder what he had volunteered for.

“Of course you can.  As long as you can access the 7th dimension for the holojump.  We may have to work on your density level to reach the 7th.  It’s a higher vibration, you know.”

“Uhhh, yeah,” replied Steve, wondering whether the ‘density’ referred to his body or his brain.  He looked down sheepishly at his tummy, which hung over his belt more than he liked.

Nyani said quickly “Look, part of why I’m here is to show how things could be in your world.  We have a climate very similar to Earth, and we grow most of our own food very close to where we eat it.  I was told to keep this visit short so I wouldn’t overwhelm you.  It may take a few visits from me before you are ready for a trip.”

“You have some people even on Earth who love to grow food,” Nyani went on.  “More and more people are awaking and wanting to be healthy and be kind to your planet.  We will explore more about these people on other visits.  You, and everyone on this planet, can make a difference.  How you spend your money is one way you vote on what exists in your world.”

“Steve, for right now, start to look at your food and ask where it came from.  What is it made of?  When was it picked?  Where in the world, and in what soil, was it grown?  Good bye for now.”

As Steve waved feebly and muttered a good-bye, Nyani walked back down the street.

  1. Lisa Jenkins
    May 26th, 2009 at 13:42 | #1

    I really like this story and can’t wait for future installments. I’m really interested in starting a raw food diet so this story is perfect!

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    Panasy Reply:

    Iam also support to your opinion.

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  2. Pirshing
    May 26th, 2009 at 13:46 | #2

    Firty´s First Visit From Fruitoka

    I think fiction is ok. The story is fairly simple, straight forward and to the point. After thinking about a name for the visitor (Firty) from Fruitoka, a name popped up in my mind which I think is a beautiful name with a meaning. The name is:
    FRUITFAIRY shortened to FRUITAIRY shortened to FRAIRY

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  3. May 26th, 2009 at 14:22 | #3

    What about Janet from another Planet? Best name to rhyme with planet don’t you think? Procyon B is obviously advanced in many ways as they know how to transfer much more energy into their plants that Earthlings do. They actually concentrate spiralized light rays onto their freshtables for best results and know the secrets of vortexed water :)

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    Panasy Reply:

    Have a planet and and name changing there will be some revolution will change.

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  4. Rasiko
    May 26th, 2009 at 16:43 | #4

    Great Christopher :-)

    Beautiful! It already touched me ’cause it’s very naive and childlike showing that came from the pureness of your heart.

    Thanks my friend for your beautiful work. You inspire me.

    Rasiko

    ps-ah! what about “Amala” instead of Firty. Amala means crystal and also “to love somebody” (ama in Brazilian means to love).

    To Fruitoka’s sucess!!!

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  5. May 29th, 2009 at 00:03 | #5

    Very nice story that will have certainly real facts for thoughts. Instead of Firty, Fruity Blossom sounds good and goes along well with the topic.

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  6. Brenda
    May 29th, 2009 at 01:45 | #6

    How about Juicy Lucy

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  7. Melanie
    May 29th, 2009 at 01:52 | #7

    Very intersting story. I like the story.

    I think a good name for Firty is Fruitia

    I think this is close to a french translation and the french are big raw food eaters.

    Success to Fruitoka

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  8. Tavenisa Diri
    May 29th, 2009 at 02:00 | #8

    Hey this story is a lifesaver, so let us name the young maiden after the Tree Of Life in Fijian -”Vu”

    Cheers Q

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  9. Cynthia
    May 29th, 2009 at 02:04 | #9

    Wow, this was more enjoyable and interesting to read than I expected! I love how you’re teaching people more about a fruit-based diet using a fictional story. I find it really fascinating and look forward to reading about how the story continues.

    As for the name… how about Lychia? Reminds me of Lychee, which are heavenly and out of this world.

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  10. May 29th, 2009 at 02:09 | #10

    The story is great I met a girl named Neelam, exactly 50 years ago in my teens, with her I could not talk and had been just seeing and admiring. Her memory haunted me through out my life. She was my class mate her roll No. was 413. It is strange when my wife was in coma and was takn to the Hospital the Room no. where she lay till her death was 413.

    I propose the name Neelam, which coincides with the name of a precious stone.

    I am now 68 years old living a lonely life unlooked after by any one, no one to talk to in a solitary room at a religious place in a home less state.

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  11. Xunera
    May 29th, 2009 at 02:11 | #11

    alien name for fruity person =)

    Eeeko / Oky

    Eee-A / Eee-O / Eee-E (if in the alien land all names are made of vowels only =)

    ExeeQZa

    =D Hoped to entertain you and your kids

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  12. anoop
    May 29th, 2009 at 02:12 | #12

    hey chris!
    this installment of the story is ok..lets see the rest….
    i agree with the proposed name FRAIRY for FRITY..for my individual proposal is Haily\ Vitaly..
    cheers
    anoop

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  13. Xunera
    May 29th, 2009 at 02:13 | #13

    “Uhhh, yeah,” replied Steve, wondering whether the ‘density’ referred to his body or his brain. He looked down sheepishly at his tummy, which hung over his belt more than he liked ”

    hahahahah !

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  14. May 29th, 2009 at 02:16 | #14

    My changed proposed name is catchsy

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  15. May 29th, 2009 at 02:27 | #15

    seeing that firty comes from a planet, smaller than ours, gravity on earth must weigh her dowm. the quantum differential in gravity would also prematurely age
    firty, an inter planatetary exchange, would demand much research, before, one
    human could safelytake the trip. one of the first order of business, would be
    a determination of the godly spiritual beliefs held by firty’s citizens. i would
    suggest that firty, should be introduced to the christian bible, have her return home with several copies of the sacred scriptures. i would not accept an invitation to her planet, until i knew about her people’s interpertation of god as
    the supreme being. cross cultural examination, would be in order. possible an educational exchange program would be in order.

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  16. May 29th, 2009 at 02:30 | #16

    Hi Christopher,

    In India we have a longtime well-known mango drink known as “Fruity”.

    Since “Firty” comes from “Fruitoka” why not call her “Fruity”?

    Happy travelling on your inter-galactic adventures!

    Regards………….Derek

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  17. Marisa
    May 29th, 2009 at 02:45 | #17

    hi there, I think Zuka or something like Zebah, would be a good name for somebody from another planet.

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  18. May 29th, 2009 at 02:57 | #18

    How about Ako-Tiurf.

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  19. Janice
    May 29th, 2009 at 03:00 | #19

    Oh Christopher,

    What a lovely and fun story! Well, the first part at least. I look forward to reading the next installment!

    I’ve been thinking about her name and decided upon Fruigala, for several reasons. As the story is written more so as a story for children, it does and will, continue to be educational as well, while maintaining an air of ‘fun’. We all know that children and adults both learn and absorb anything better if it is fun! You certainly know this or you would never have came up with the theme for your story.

    So, first of all, I think “Fruigala From Fruitoka” is really fun to say aloud!! (You could omit the ‘i’ and go with Frugala if you choose. It’s all in the pronounciation really.)
    The first syllable of her name is self-explanatory, as it relates to where she is from. The second syllable ‘gala’ literally means: “festivity, pleasure, a festive celebration; especially a public entertainment marking a special occasion”. This definition seems to be quite synonymous with her character and purpose, as it will no doubt be a festive celebration, for Earthlings to learn of better ways.

    Now continuing the definition of ‘Gala’, (when capitalized) it is also: “a medium-sized apple with crisp yellowish-white sweet flesh and a red skin or a golden skin with red striping”.

    How fitting and utterly cool is that? An apple is a fruit!! So that is my choice of names. Fruigala From Fruitoka!

    Well done Christopher. Keep them coming!

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  20. barbara mckirdy
    May 29th, 2009 at 03:36 | #20

    Excellent story, lovely. What about Apolina (as in apple) for the main character. Good luck in all that u do in the future, to you and your family

    In Love and Light
    Barbara

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  21. Neeraja Phatak (India)
    May 29th, 2009 at 04:12 | #21

    I loved the story, make one think. Simple and Straightforward is one comment you have received. Indeed simple and straightforward at first glance – but between the lines there is such a profound message.

    Amla as suggested is good name; in Hindi it is the Indian Gooseberry which is the richest source of Vitamin C and is used in almost all Ayurvedic Medicines.

    Another suggestion is AMBA. There are two meaning to this the first, the Godess who manifests the creation of God. Second, Mango.

    so happy choosing.

    Neeraja

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  22. Gabriella Moira
    May 29th, 2009 at 04:20 | #22

    I enjoyed the story. Would like to read the whole book.
    She sounds like quite a confident and strong person, I think her name should be
    Imishka. When I was younger I always told my mom that she was only my earth mom coz I was from another planet and that was the my name on the other planet.
    I dont know what it means but I think it sounds pretty and strong.

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  23. Bande Henry Bande
    May 29th, 2009 at 04:22 | #23

    I,Love this story. Firty, looks a beautiful fruit nice and very champing. Money is like this fruit that comes and goes depending on our management. Reaching this level of financial freedom we need our creative mind (7 dimension).”More and more people are awaking and wanting to …..” but it all rely on us. Our imaginations, creativity ,etc.Reaching the 7dimension. Many thanks.Your Future Royalty Student.

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  24. Conny
    May 29th, 2009 at 05:01 | #24

    Stick to your day job. Take a writing course. Show, don’t tell.

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    Christopher Reply:

    Conny –

    This is my day job! This is my 12th book and I’ve worked from home for over four years now.

    I will work to improve. I am better at non-fiction. Thanks for your opinion. “Show” is a great idea – I’ll create some videos also for the site.

    Christopher

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  25. May 29th, 2009 at 05:07 | #25

    Great story, and I think it deserves my latest most favorite name in the world: NIM.

    Regards

    Lizette

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  26. May 29th, 2009 at 05:16 | #26

    A play on words: Fru Berrymore (an angel like Drew Barrymore). :-)

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  27. Salifu
    May 29th, 2009 at 05:16 | #27

    The story is great. It has conveyed a lot of information to me within the shortest possible time.Keep it up.

    An idea is the Firty’s name should be changed to JAMILA meaning beautiful in Arabic because Firty is beautiful with beautiful ideas that will help mankind leave purposeful lives.

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  28. May 29th, 2009 at 05:53 | #28

    How about Fanaloka from Fruitoka(rhyming names are better remembered). In our language, the word means “you’re a winner.”

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  29. May 29th, 2009 at 06:41 | #29

    Dear Christopher Sir,

    I am please to go through the contents of the story, it simply means in one go : -

    LOVE AND RESPECT THE NATURE, THEN ONLY IT (NATURE)
    WILL LOVE AND RESPECT THE MANKIND.

    Thanks you Sir for your beautiful work and inspiring the mankind like this.

    Amarjeet Singh from New Delhi (India)

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  30. May 29th, 2009 at 06:43 | #30

    Great story..the name should inspire great
    health so I’m thinking about this one:

    “Plehgm hammer”. Love to know your thoughts
    on that one…or something like that…

    Dr. Dale Drifus
    daledrifus@yahoo.com

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  31. Ina
    May 29th, 2009 at 07:23 | #31

    I think Kaisa it’s a beautiful name for your girl.
    In my language means apricot, but it’s spelt in a different way.
    I also thought about the name Porto’Kalla.
    Immagine her saying;” My name is Porto’Kalla but you can call me Kalla.”
    Because Kalla, it’s short, easy to remember and in greek Portokala means orange (the fruit).
    Again, spelt in a different way.
    Porto can be her family name, because on her planet this is how you introduce yourself, so everybody can tell what family you come from.
    I hope I helped.

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  32. Sudhakar
    May 29th, 2009 at 08:06 | #32

    Hi Christopher, Everything about this story is nice and i cannot fault it at all.
    Keep it this simple, please. In India there are many such stories about visits
    from other planets, who have lived life like earthling and then departed when
    their time was up. One such story is about a fairy from heavens whose name was
    HAITAL and who loved an earthling and lead a normal life like us. My choice goes
    to this name HAITAL. What it means will remain a secret and will be disclosed
    only in the next instalment of the story.

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  33. May 29th, 2009 at 08:06 | #33

    I like The story very much. I think her name should be Frutasha

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  34. Maria
    May 29th, 2009 at 08:14 | #34

    Okay…..I very very rarely respond to blogs but……….

    First off the storyline is excellent; the writing style is a little naive but easy to follow making it perfect bedtime reading and educational for children which in itself is a great thing.

    As to the name I would go with Rasiko except that in Cyprus the word for love is Agapi (which is also used as a female name). Also I believe Fruitoka should send a whole delegate to Earth – we could sure do with it!

    Many thanks
    Maria

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  35. Haryono Minda Saputra
    May 29th, 2009 at 08:33 | #35

    Bravo Christ,

    Short story but comprehensive enough to touch the subject.

    I prefer “VEGY” instead of Firty.
    Vegy from vegetable or vegetarian.
    Simple but feminine.

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  36. Denise
    May 29th, 2009 at 09:12 | #36

    I thought the story was great. I think her name should be Fruseeda, a combination of fruit and seed. Blessings

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  37. Leanne
    May 29th, 2009 at 09:27 | #37

    How about Felicity? F for alliteration and with a connotation that she is good, she is happy and willing to share what she knows.

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  38. Bani Sodermark
    May 29th, 2009 at 09:29 | #38

    How about Pranarasa, or the juice of life?

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  39. May 29th, 2009 at 09:51 | #39

    Very interesting. Great concept in this economy and with all the recalls. How a bout tiurf (fruit spelled backwards) and Ti for short?

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  40. pooja
    May 29th, 2009 at 10:15 | #40

    This is a great and inspiring story.I must say it have inspired me to do inquiry about the food i and my family eating.That from where it cmes from and how much fresh it is left..
    Thanks chritopher this was a great job.

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  41. Tara
    May 29th, 2009 at 10:22 | #41

    How about Frucha or Fruicha-it contains the idea of their diet and is a very new age name. I also like Fruchua or Frumony. Take your pick!

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  42. Beatrice Gleaves
    May 29th, 2009 at 10:24 | #42

    I totally enjoyed the story. Thank you.

    As for a name I thought Brita would be nice. I know it doesn’t have an “F” beginning.

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  43. sister.so
    May 29th, 2009 at 10:28 | #43

    I think the name chichi would be a cute one it is a fun name to say and is a fruity drink.peace

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  44. Babi
    May 29th, 2009 at 10:58 | #44

    Hi Chris,
    I like the story it’s very simple, touchy and eye-opener. If you continue in this style of simplicity, you can help awaking more people especially your American populace.
    For the name, I’ll suggest “Penda” for “Firty”. “Penda” means Love in Swahili.
    Love, love and great success to the story Fruitoka

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  45. La Rey Louise
    May 29th, 2009 at 11:48 | #45

    Christopher,
    Absolutely love it!!
    I see the great idea in this,my dad is all about raw food and growing your own food,great fun way to have people read this and truly see the importance!I was thinking of something that resembles “foresight”for a name,
    “Forsithia”from Fritoka.
    La Rey

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  46. Said
    May 29th, 2009 at 12:02 | #46

    Hey Chris,

    I liked the simplicity of the story very much. Always, especially for me, simple is beautiful. I hope it’s also the same for others. As for the name how about “Tufah” which means, in my local language Tigriyna, juicy fruit. Or “Aranshi” for an orange juice.

    Cheers.

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  47. mrsjones
    May 29th, 2009 at 12:32 | #47

    Great story! I do have to agree with your children…Firty is not an inspiring name. The name that came to me is a Sanskrit one…JNANI: (Pronounced Nyani) A wise person.

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    Christopher Reply:

    Mrs. Jones –

    You are the winner! I sent you an email asking about how to send you the $30. My family wants to go with Nyani and say it “Nigh-On-Ee”. Thanks so much to everybody for participating.

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  48. La Rey Louise
    May 29th, 2009 at 12:40 | #48

    Just wanted to add an example:Forsithia said quickly”Look,part of why I’m here is to show what could be.
    Many other parts of the story gave me an idea for this name another one is:It may take a few visits from me before you are ready for a trip.”
    I can not help it ,I am very excited about this name.
    La Rey

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  49. Coral Larson
    May 29th, 2009 at 12:41 | #49

    I think her name should be Monitaya. It just came to me in the bathtub while I was relaxing.

    It would be great to get ideas for growing your own food while living in an apartment, which is what I will be doing while going to school this year.

    Is the quality of indoor grown fruit different than fruit grown outside?

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  50. joseph
    May 29th, 2009 at 14:32 | #50

    The ideas presented in the story are quite catchy but for it the approach to be feasible we need to cut down the human population to at least a third of the present numbers
    As for the name how about Frooty

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    Christopher Reply:

    If we cut down the population, I hope I’m one of the third that gets to stay!

    Actually, Fruitoka has a population of ten million and it’s smaller than we are. You are right that we don’t have enough fruit right now.

    Here are some rough calculations. We are nearing 7 billion on Earth and need about 2000 calories a day. That makes 14 trillion calories a day needed to feed us all. Right now we produce more calories than that, but of course it’s not all fruit.

    In fact, just about 50 percent of it is grain. I think we could increase our percentage of fruit (as a planet) by one or two percent each year as we grow more. I’m still researching into pounds per acre of different foods, and calories per acre, and worldwide fruit production. There’s a LOT of fruit being produced already on the earth. I was amazed.

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  51. Khem raj Nepal
    May 29th, 2009 at 15:14 | #51

    Hi Christopher,
    I like the story; it is simple and contains something precious meaning. You know Christopher, when I read this story I remembered a notable statement that my son had told me before 3 years. At that time I lived in Kathmandu, and once my son saw a hauler carrying milk and selling nearby shops and my son (he was 4 years old) told me that how can a mini Toyota gives us milk papa! I was astonished because his saying was clearly focused on the source how the milk comes from. He was unaware about whether cow/buffalo or mini Toyota gives us milk! Really I thought one day again my son will ask me about how a mini truck can produce such big pile of food and fruits papa? So to fulfill his curiosity I immediately planted a mango, papaya and Litchi trees around my house and now it gives us much more healthy fruits, and saves my money too. At the fruit time my mother tells me that my son hangs around the trees and enjoys.
    And the name ‘Firty’ obviously sounds beautiful to me because Firty is saying something life changing ideas!

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  52. Robert
    May 29th, 2009 at 17:02 | #52

    How about Fruanna? It has a nice quality about it! Especially being from
    a Fruit Planet!

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  53. mohan padman
    May 29th, 2009 at 19:54 | #53

    Hi Christopher,
    I thought the theme was interesting though there are millions who eat a vegetarian diet on planet Earth right now! Steve thinks that she is ‘quite pretty’. Surely a better description could be attempted? The alien expresses surprise in the beginning of the para that Steve doesn’t grow his own food, but later tells him that people do grow their own food, surely a factual error? Somehow Steve comes across as a peculiar, blase, unimpressive slob not filled with wonder or imagination, someone few could emote with.
    Don’t you think it will bore readers if you go on and on about food? A sort of interminable Al Gore on food growing habits? Hope you will not explode at my criticism….I’ve received much of the same in critiques!

    I suggest you call the alien ‘dung’ as in the natural organic fertilizer….also sounds alien yet has meaning and is it not likely that the alien knows everything about Earth and so would choose a name that would resonate with humans?

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  54. DiAnne
    May 29th, 2009 at 22:00 | #54

    Dear Christopher,
    beautiful sentiments. Her alien unpronounceable name best translates as; Gaia. Thanks for all you are doing.

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  55. angel
    May 29th, 2009 at 22:03 | #55

    Sorry to say, but your story can only be appreciated by the naive, undereducated and gullible masses. There is NO protein in a fruit diet, NO iron, NO minerals; it is UNHEALTHY, DANGEROUS, and nothing more than yet another of the foolish FAD diets, that many foolish weight-obsessed Americans fall prey to. As a reminder, Liberacci was on an exclusive fruit diet when he succumbed to AIDS. Linda McCartney was on a pure vegetarian diet when she succumbed to cancer. Enough said…

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    Christopher Reply:

    Angel –

    Yes, there is protein in a fruit diet. Yes, there is iron and there are minerals too. Just go to Nutridiary.com and enter as a guest and type in some fruits and see the protein content. See my blog entry on protein, it has some numbers for you.

    Yes, it’s good to get lots of greens also (I like lettuce and spinach) as these are higher in minerals. What happens to one person on any certain diet isn’t proof of anything.

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  56. Janet
    May 29th, 2009 at 22:59 | #56

    Although I really liked ‘Janet’ from the planet for obvious reasons… I offer Manna “spiritual nourishment of divine origin”, because food fresh from nature is, literally, nourishment from God.

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  57. Missie
    May 30th, 2009 at 03:19 | #57

    I say Fruitoria from Fruitoka. Firty sounds like Thirty with a possible speech impediment. I love the story and the whole site. I have just started drinking this all vegetable drink that a friend of mine makes fresh daily and adding this into my eating plan. I am not quite use to the taste yet but am already feeling a difference after several weeks. We have cut out most suger with the exception of fresh fruit and fruit smoothies that we fix from organic frozen fruit, and this was my 15 year olds idea. Oh out of the mouths of babes…..

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  58. Ruby
    May 30th, 2009 at 09:18 | #58

    Nice story. I think Firty should be named Toka.

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  59. May 30th, 2009 at 11:35 | #59

    nice!
    I think that we can call her Starlet. It’ s about Scarlet, it’s a star too and he came from another star.
    Maybe you will like it.
    Or another choice could be Skylie.
    Thanks, bye!

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  60. May 30th, 2009 at 16:54 | #60

    I like that story the ending was beautiful,the name should be Foreal,like Firty Foreal maybe.

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  61. Vic
    May 30th, 2009 at 20:19 | #61

    Since fruit is the food of the Sun God, let’s name her Sunyo Organia Fruitilicious.

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  62. May 31st, 2009 at 11:36 | #62

    I think that you should call her Frucinda. Thoroughly enjoying your chapters thanks so much.

    Cindy

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  63. misty
    May 31st, 2009 at 14:12 | #63

    What to the boys think about Fruita?

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  64. May 31st, 2009 at 21:21 | #64

    Hi Chris, Really liked your story–Good to have a story with a message. Would like to read more of it. How about Strawberry Elise —and Strawberries are her favorite fruit. Keep up the good work. Rosemary

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    Savithry Krishnan Reply:

    Dear Chris,

    Your imaginatory story looks like a fantasy. Please give her the name :

    ANAMIKA

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  65. Merlin
    June 1st, 2009 at 04:37 | #65

    my bet for new name

    Keettah

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  66. Phillip
    June 1st, 2009 at 08:12 | #66

    I really loved your story christopher.Please do continue it/finish it.Thats my kind of story,and I hope that people will more nd more want to change the world and eat healthier.I know I must start myself nd see how healthy I can become. As to a new name for Firty,how about Frutiana pronounced frooshiana.from your suggestions in the story,its clear you know your metaphysics. Thank you.

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  67. June 1st, 2009 at 22:58 | #67

    Christopher, funny, the only one to say that you should not write fiction and that is the one you respond to? Look at the list of compliments! I write and I promote contact… it is time for us to open our hearts and minds to benevolent contact and see through all the misinformation. I am happy with your story… it makes my heart laugh, makes my job easier and I am looking forward to more.
    If she must have a new name… what immediately came is EFloura Fauna.
    Are you sure this is fiction? Love your spirit and enthusiasm…

    Saleena

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  68. Harshendra
    June 1st, 2009 at 23:44 | #68

    Proposed name : Frootilla
    Pet namy : Frooty

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    Harshendra Reply:

    Story is very good, we are waiting for visit of Firty again.
    Kind regards,

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  69. Nadjwah Booley
    June 2nd, 2009 at 07:59 | #69

    I think her name should be Zahraa.
    This is my daughters name and she act just like a little miss from another planet.
    The meaning of the name is lady of the garden of heaven.

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  70. Maria
    June 2nd, 2009 at 08:08 | #70

    Just a quickie – I’ve given this some more thought and think Fysi would be a good name (meaning ‘nature’)….. that’s all for now.

    Take care
    Maria

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  71. June 3rd, 2009 at 13:49 | #71

    Hi Christopher,

    I think your trying to sensitize people about eating healty is very beautiful and I feel more and more people are indeed awakening to the importance of nutritious food while respecting mother earth.

    May I make a correction on the above text?

    In the sentence: “How can it be ripe? How do you get enough food into the cities before it loses it’s water content?” “the word “it’s” should be its, without the apostrophe, given it is possesive. “Its water content” ie the water content of the food, belonging to the food.

    As for the name I suggest two:
    Eshuraru or Azuraya

    Good luck!
    Teri

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    Christopher Reply:

    Teri –

    Thanks, it’s changed now. I’m glad you caught that before my wife did!

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  72. MrsJones
    June 7th, 2009 at 01:14 | #72

    Dear Christopher,

    Thank you so much for the $30.00! I was so amazed that I won the “name” contest! Once again thank you very much and I look forward to more chapters of Nyani from Fruitoka.

    Take Care,

    Marla Jones

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  73. Alpha
    June 9th, 2009 at 15:58 | #73

    here is my suggestion for the name contest.

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