“Brazil contains 60% of the rainforest within its borders, with the rest spread over areas of Colombia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela as well as the French overseas department of French Guyana.”
People are putting their fear down and doing what needs to be done. Courage dwells deep in the hearts of goodness. THIS is why corruption is flailing so hard. May this man be remembered for his sacrifice.
“Listen to all the teachers in the woods. Watch the trees, the animals, and all living things – you’ll learn more from them than from books.”
— Joe Coyhis, STOCKBRIDGE-MUNSEE
Nature is a living example of how communities live in harmony. If you go into the forest or mountain and sit still and watch, ask yourself, what lessons are being taught? Then watch how the animals conduct themselves. The trees could represent diversity. The flowers could represent people. Notice how everything in nature assists one another. See how balance works. See how conflict is handled. Can you see acts of forgiveness? Can you spot respect? Nature is full of wisdom if we will only consider her to be our teacher.
My Creator, today let me learn from nature.
This is a very powerful, unifying, transformational, intense and consciousness transforming Spiritual Convergence of Prayers, Meditation, and Truth. This Convergence focuses on what is happening in the Sacred Womb of Mother Earth, in the Amazon Bioregion, and beyond!
If you want spiritual blessing and inspirations, infused with important information, with an open heart and mind, watch and experience this video, from beginning to end.
Yesterday I decided to go ‘upstream’ by many miles. I sat by the river until I heard a twig snap then decided to go where people were … no kitty, I’m not your food.
As I wandered around the trails I took a few pics. As the sun went down the shadows began showing who they held.
I stopped to listen to crickets, and realized it was only the hum of the electricity running through wires. It made me sad.
I took a right, when left was the way home. I drove many miles on these wilderness roads as the sun continued to fall.
It was completely dark by the time I found my way back to the highway. I love getting lost and finding my way back. It’s been a life long love of mine … weird perhaps, but exciting too.
I drove and drove through a thick fir-y forest continuing through a sparse piney woods to a more full and lush piney woods. This place is on a lake in volcano country and there is no cell service and no television. It is way out there folks. Nearly thirty miles from the eastern edge of Bend.
I was fortunate to get the bed by the entry, where there was a slider on the door window. I kept it open and the cool breeze blew in off the lake all night. What a sweet experience! It helps to be with friends, too.
I am so impressed by people who embrace fully the deep woods, the land upon which all of our feet rest at one point in line or another. It is always difficult for me to leave spaces such as this. The peace just washed over me almost immediately upon arrival.
Personally, I had never been this far East in Oregon. I was amazed at the changes in landscape as we journeyed. This is definitely something I want to do more of. Seriously, four hours and it seemed like I entered another world. There are so many unique and beautiful places to see, in just a few hours drive any direction.
Twenty-five years is a long time to be married. I am so happy that two of the nicest people I’ve ever met have each other and the land they love so much. How different it would be to have no television or cell service for months at a time. I am already considering retiring early … haha.
Went for a “glorious” stroll through the piney woods today. Who would have thought the trail would have been “uneven” and rugged. The sign was at the opposite end of where I started, so my journey was uninformed.
I looked up and saw the haze and marveled at how the temperature was still near 90 degrees … on the river … mid-May. We haven’t even entered the Summer season yet. I thought, “If they don’t do this, we’ll burn.” Then I thought, “If they DO this, we’re going to burn … quicker, and hotter … it’s only being delayed.”
I’m thinking the “Space Force” is going to try to nuke the sun to try and drop temperatures. Problem is, according to my vision, they go too far and the sun goes dark. So perhaps we’ll freeze instead … or burn first … causing the Space Force to take flight and do the deed in an attempt to “save life” … they will fail.
Given all the money they are spending on controlling temperatures, I don’t understand why they won’t invest in planting billions of trees around the world and let the planet regulate itself, like it’s done forever.
I am baffled at the millions – no, billions, or trillions even – that our government is spending to try and manipulate the weather instead of investing in the planting of billions of trees world-wide so the planet can regulate itself, as it has been doing since probably before time began.
A friend visiting Spain shared pictures of their sky and I was surprised to see the “con”trail makers at work there too. I thought it was only the U.S. who were being a-holes. This just means that the damage is far worse than anyone may have considered.
Humans, too smart for their own britches. And those “in charge” have too much money and power to listen to logic, or if you prefer, plain ol’ common sense, mixed with a lot of science, readily available to any serious seeker.