Added by Ben West on September 27, 2011 at 7:45pm — No Comments
On my journey a little over two years ago, I was Blessed to discover a small town on the top of Sacramento Mountain. It's in the lower Rocky Mountains.
The town itself only has 380 population. There are two tiny stores that are too expensive, so the journey down the mountain to go for groceries at Walmart is 150 mile round trip.
We are around 6,000ft in elevation. It is in the Lincoln National Forest. It's the first time I have ever lived in a forest, and my…Continue
Added by Reverend Aimie Halo Foster on September 27, 2011 at 9:20am — No Comments
So in 1971 or so I went to the Catskills in NY to get closer to the Source. This was where a Guru from India had set up an environment for many of us to go and listen and find our Home again. He was interesting and he said a lot.
I spent time in this environment and connected deeply with the Salamanders near the shallow ponds around this sparkling place. Under trees, deep…Continue
Added by John Francis on September 25, 2011 at 9:37pm — No Comments
Added by Raymond Hermenet on September 25, 2011 at 4:31pm — No Comments
A definitive and key global showdown is clearly unfolding, on the near horizon, between the Petroleum Industry and a rapidly growing Global Movement of Indigenous Peoples, Environmentalists, Inter-Faith Coalitions and Globally Minded Citizens committed…Continue
Last Sunday, when the newspaper banners blared NEVER FORGET, the minister preached Forgiveness. I was glad that his message was short and sweet. Glad that because he had preached it; I could write about 9/11 with an introduction that might be more palatable to those who still see America as invincible.
All week, the papers were full of individual recollections: How lives had been changed that day, How we as a nation would never be same. Yet, I think our behavior as a nation…Continue
Added by Kathleen Buerer on September 19, 2011 at 1:29pm — No Comments
"The piece of legislation, called la Ley de Derechos de la Madre Tierra, is intended to encourage a radical shift in conservation attitudes and actions, to enforce new control measures on industry, and to reduce environmental destruction."
Added by Maureen on September 11, 2011 at 6:30am — No Comments
Vacation in amber
Once upon a time it was said that money makes the world go round. So people started to make strange circles. These circles looked a little bit like those of cats running behind their own tail. But the tail of these people was very short. So they never could reach it. But…. wait a minute….Watch that story:
It happened to be that a family of six went on vacation to the Baltic Sea. They went into an Amber-museum - a…Continue
Added by Anett Leutritz on September 7, 2011 at 3:49am — No Comments
I am currently enjoying memories of the past. At a time when I was youthfully fit, I met a kid much like me. He was adept in the gymnastic world. He would jump upon a fire hydrant and do a back flip off of this thing. No cushion in concrete.
We would than walk upon our hands down the sidewalk to entertain the gazers. Much fun in this. I built a high bar in my neighbors backyard.…Continue
Added by John Francis on September 4, 2011 at 8:17pm — No Comments
once a student from the 11 grade played that song with a guitar at a little concert in a German town:
(I try my best to translate it into English)
> No blood for oil! No blood for oil!
> That is it no worth.
> No blood for oil! No blood or oil!
> Say way do you give it away?
> Big fields - a sea of flames.
> Crying people - but there is no help.
> Death within the sand of the…
Added by Anett Leutritz on September 4, 2011 at 12:47pm — No Comments