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Are We Toast? – Reflections on the Planet and the Hollow Eagle Bone

I’m part of a private discussion group on Facebook. And this group has been going deep into the challenges of our current times and trends and how hopeless it all feels. As if the whole population of humans and half … Continue reading

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My womb is a Garden, poem by mare

My womb is a Garden     My womb is a garden. She is a space of flowers and blessings And fertile soil with lots of happiness   And I shall tend her This sacred space with kindness And openness … Continue reading

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How Species Save Our Lives – NYT’s series

A friend sent me the link to this article recently and I find it fascinating. And also disturbing how little regard we do give naturalists and their work. Kudos to Sloane and his concocting milk chocolate after visiting Jamaica (though … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month Should = Toxin Awareness Month

My heart goes out to all who have suffered, lost their lives or gone into remission with breast cancer, any type of cancer, any disease for that matter. But what if we partnered Breast Cancer Awareness Month with phasing PERSISTENT … Continue reading

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Soft Drinks – Pancreatic Cancer Connection

Okay — this is very sobering news. I’m not exactly surprised but only two or more/week? That’s not a lot of soda, really. What about those who drink one or more a day? Rather scary… (From NaturalNews) A 14-year study … Continue reading

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