compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
ON this day of commemoration of Christopher Columbus' landing in the New World on October 12, 1492, let us ALL seek to exemplify the opportunistic action of nature, by seizing the moment, at this time of quintessential change,
by opening the door to ...
The fungal-fantastical. Emerging from their axial homes, fungi are beginning to be understood as nutrients to the human consciousness and ecological sustainability. Paul explores mycology and compels support for your own good nature and our fungal allies.
We envision a world where everyone sees the life in all things; where the
animals, trees, plants, even the largest mountains and smallest pebbles
are seen and honored for the spark of consciousness that resides within
them. We see people beginning to treat Great Nature the way they would
want themselves to be treated, and in response, Great Nature has begun
to open her arms, reveal her secrets, and share her abundance with us like
Now we see a partnership formed between humanity and Great Nature
whereby people everywhere are rejuvenated and recreated because we are
regularly walking the woodlands, visiting the shores, hiking the mountain
trails, swimming in the lakes and streams. We see a grounding taking place
within us now that we are touching the Earth and reestablishing our ancient
connection - and as a result, the speediness of life has given way to a tranquility
in mankind and womankind. Once we learned that something magical happens
when we take off our shoes, soak our feet, bathe and baptize ourselves in the
natural waters, we gained a relief from our seriousness and the cares of life.
Now we see things more clearly, make better decisions, and live happier
lives because we've made friends with the best friend we could have:
us find our way, in this cosmic soup of choices and beauty."
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