Josh Smith Reno Serial Entrepreneur and a Visionary in the Field of Wellness and Sustainable Technologies

The students at High Desert Montessori School were excited when they were gifted a brand new modular greenhouse by Modular Greenhouses in collaboration with the Great Full Gardens Café. It would help children know more about growing a variety of foods and be intricately involved in the food growing process. The children would learn to respect the food and would be more deeply involved in the overall health and wellness.

The school also received funds to purchase a variety of ancillary items used in the modular greenhouse, including seeds, soil, and planters. The Boys and Girls Club of Reno, Nevada, has also received a greenhouse from the Modular Greenhouse, which is a local and highly popular startup. One of the more ambitious aims of Modular Greenhouse is to make sure that all the local Washoe County schools in the region of Nevada have a modular greenhouse by 2020.

The CEO of Modular Greenhouse, Josh Smith, from Reno, Nevada, said that the company has an integrated program that is working towards facilitating a greenhouse to every local school in the Washoe County. The students believe that it would help the environment as well help to educate them and the youth of the region about food, plantation, and the tree growing process, which is the essential part of the overall student development. One of the sponsors, Great Full Gardens Café, said they hope that soon a day would come when they would be able to serve the food grown by students in their restaurants.

Josh Smith, from Reno, Nevada, has started many companies in the field of sustainable technologies and wellness industry. Smith is a visionary, and it is his vision that has helped his firm Modular Greenhouse grow in such a short span.

The idea of creating a company in this niche came when he wanted a greenhouse for his residence, but was able to have one only after a lot of struggle and hassles. It is when Josh Smith decided that having a company that offers products and services that would cut through all the local and legal barriers on the consumers’ behalf would impact the environment as well as ensure the growth of local organic produce by a significant margin.

How The Kabbalah Centre Presents the Obscure Zohar

Kabbalah likely began around 1290 in Castile, which is now part of Spain, by Moses ben Shem-Tov de León. He claimed that he had copied a second century manuscript in his possession that was penned by Rabbi Shim’on bar Yohai. De León distributed the manuscript that centuries later became known as SeferHaZohar or The Book of Radiance. The work, also called The Zohar, became a central point in the study of Kabbalah. The Zohar is obscure, full of esoteric concepts about God, creation and the universe that invited translation and commentary by scholars of Jewish mysticism.

The Kabbalah Centre was started by Rabbi Philip Berg, who began translating the Zohar. He soon discovered that wanted to share the wisdom contained in the text, which was traditionally reserved for male Jewish scholars. Encouraged by his wife, Berg decided that he would make Kabbalah accessible to everyone by revising the wisdom to make it fit modern life. Berg’s presentation of Kabbalah, not as a religion, but as a spiritual supplement, resonated with people looking for meaning in their lives. Today, while Berg is no longer alive, his dream lives on through his wife and sons, who operate the Amazing Centre International, which is headquartered in Los Angeles, with branches in major cities throughout the world.

The Kabbalah Centre received an enormous amount of publicity when celebrities began showing up at the Los Angeles headquarters, however, there was little mention in the press about the spiritual tools Kabbalah offers. Basically, Kabbalah teaches that the human ego is the source of much of the negativity in a person’s life. The Centre stresses getting closer to the Light, which means different things to different people, including the divine, the creator or the source of all goodness. To connect with the light, a person must share, do good works and treat others with dignity, which are life lessons that apply to everyone, regardless of their faith.