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Second Visit from Nyani

Visit 2, in which Nyani shares her favorite fruit with Steve.  

Steve sat on his porch again in the late May afternoon.  He wondered about Nyani and what her world was like.  He had thought a lot about her since the last visit.

This time Nyani came walking down the street in a white dress.  She said, “Hi Steve, you don’t need the translator stone anymore, it knows your imprint.”

“Does that mean I won’t hear any more of your beautiful native language?” Steve asked.  “It sounded almost Hawaiian. ”

“Oh, you will have the chance.  We have many languages on Fruitoka.  Even in the country I’m from, we have many regions, kind of like your Untied States of America.”

Steve laughed and said, “That would be the United States of America.”  

Nyani blushed quickly.  “Well, I’m just going on what I’ve seen.  Or, maybe that translator didn’t get your imprint right after all.”  They both laughed.

“You mean to tell me you’ve been traveling in other areas on this planet as well.”

“Of course”, replied Nyani.  “As you said yourself, I’m not exactly Alien looking.  Don’t you think I pass rather well as an earthling.”  She twirled around in her dress to show off the outfit.

“Very well,” Steve admitted.  

“I have been paying more attention to my food since you came last time.” Steve said.  “I haven’t made loads of changes yet.  But I am noticing that much of my food isn’t really alive.  I mean, most of it came from something alive, I think, but it’s been processed and combined until it’s pretty dead.”

“Well, in that case, I’ve got something very alive to share with you.  It’s my favorite fruit.”  Nyani opened her waist pack and pulled out a roundish fruit a little smaller than a softball.  The fruit was reddish with slight purple spots.  On the stem end of the fruit was a raised part about an inch high.  The stem was still attached.

Nyani said, “This is a Rutan.  It came from my own tree.  The taste is something like your dates.  It’s very sweet and rich, but it’s more juicy than a date.  Will you get a knife and and two spoons?”

Steve went inside and got what they needed, bringing out a plate as well.  

Nyani had Steve cut the rutan right down the center, revealing small seeds in a semicircle on each cut half.  “You can eat the seeds, but the peel is rather tough, so we just scoop it out with a spoon, ” she said.

As Steve let the sweet juicy flavor fill his mouth, Nyani said, “Raising food is more than growing enough food to fill your stomach.  Growing your own food is a spiritual process.  You convert starpower, or sunlight, into the vibrations that literally build your body and mind.  Tending fruit trees is something almost all of us do in Fruitoka.”

Steve wanted to see her planet, and thought about his upcoming visit.  If they had more fruit that tasted this good, he had yet another reason for going!  The rutan was rich and satisfying, and reminded him of some black grapes he had once eaten on a trip to California.  He could just feel that the grapes were more vital and powerful than other grapes he’s eaten.  The rutan was full of energy in a similar way.

Nyani’s voice interrupted his thoughts.  “Call upon the people of your planet to plant more fruit trees, and to eat more fruit to clear and heal their bodies and your planet.  I’ve got to go now, but I’ll see you soon.”

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  1. Nola
    June 11th, 2009 at 02:53 | #1

    This is brilliant. You have a real talent Christopher. I enjoy reading your material very much. Best wishes


  2. branka
    June 11th, 2009 at 04:15 | #2

    hi !
    and thank you for this lovely little story reminding me i should be eating more of the right stuff.
    very inspiring !
    best regards,


  3. Deepak Rao
    June 11th, 2009 at 08:11 | #3

    keep up the good work, I’m a writer myself, even though this isn’t my field, I congatulate you on constantly keeping up the good work, although I wonder if you do face a writer’s block……….
    That said, I look forward to your mails……


  4. La Rey Ekenstam
    June 11th, 2009 at 09:15 | #4

    Great to hear your second story.what is a rutan,and where can you purchase one?It is nice to hear of different kinds of fruit.Also the process of growing your own fruit was a good tidbit.Enjoyed very much with the new name and keep em coming……….
    Thanks again,
    La Rey


  5. Shosh
    June 11th, 2009 at 12:38 | #5

    The story is sooooo beautiful and educational. I love it.

    Thank you so much for that and for being here



  6. madan
    June 11th, 2009 at 14:18 | #6

    great story yaar,very impressive………


  7. arely
    June 12th, 2009 at 11:03 | #7

    Very nice story, you are good.


  8. June 15th, 2009 at 00:21 | #8

    What a great story I like it very much also I read children books they are easy to comprehend.Mr Wallace D Wattles book I read that book over 12 times to really understand it. I tell you it was a great book.


  9. Babi
    June 16th, 2009 at 09:49 | #9

    That was a good one, an inspiring piece. Please keep it up.


  10. Jeje
    June 17th, 2009 at 01:17 | #10

    Chris,Am speechless to your fantastic story.keep it up GOD bess you


  11. Elizabeth
    February 16th, 2010 at 13:06 | #11

    Rutan is natur(e) spelled backwards. Very clever, and great message!


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