Dying to be me! Anita Moorjani at TEDxBayArea
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Winona LaDuke shared Theda NewBreast’s post.
this looks pretty cool. We could help out some people on white earth .. with this project.
Blood Tribe joins tiny house movement with gigantic shop project
In the backyard of a Blood Tribe high school, students are working on a massive shop project — three tiny homes. The 10 students at Kainai High School had to…
Predictive film? You decide. Mass Depopulation conspiracy. Catch it while you can. One by one the full movie. It may not last long on youtube.
1 BY 1 with Rik Mayall
One By One – – Rik Mayall’s message before he died ‘Release Date 25.12.2015 Cast Dion – Heather Wilson Jeff – Sean Meyer Proof – Steve Macaulay Lily – Katrin…
But really it is their crowding the big cities to keep them all in one place Overpopulation Debunked: Every Person in the World Could Fit
Overpopulation Debunked: Every Person in World Could fit in Just There in AU as an illustration…
Spread the word around the World ! Make your own family Island! Earth Ships? Even Tiny ones! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YL3A5OGIjQ
Earthship-Reynolds: Simple survival model earthship
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Kindness / Getting Back On On Your Feet After Losing Your Home / Earth Ships
· If only there were more caring human beings like the author of this Homeless Piece, we would be in a better place.
update on my homeless friend
I updated and changed my blog over to my website, here is the link. Homeless 2 Homebound Since I last wrote about my homeless friend, he is now on la
- shared Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage‘s photo. Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage will be hosting a seminar in January on how to build and maintain an EcoVillage. For over 25 years we have been working in cooperation in constructing this learning center in our efforts and intention to share the fruits of our labor with other planetary citizens. Please share!
- shared a link via Mother Earth News Magazine.? Be careful with these ! ? Always some bossy control freak people around Sustainable Eco Villages – Find Others to Create Communities www.sustainableecovillages.net Our Social Network has been designed so that people can find others to create an eco-village with.
shared a link via Thrive. Thrive
Will this innovative sanctuary for the homeless also become a model for viable cashless currency?
http://bitcoinmagazine.com/6939/seans-outpost-announces-satoshi-forest/ Sean’s Outpost Announces Satoshi Forest, Nine-Acre Sanctuary for the Homeless – Bitcoin Magazine bitcoinmagazine.com Over the past five months, Sean’s Outpost has come to be perhaps the most well-known charity in the Bitcoin community. Sean’s Outpost, a homeless shelter in Pensacola, Florida run by Jason King,
Wimp.com The “throwaways” in our society, whether they’re homeless people or stray animals, are given shelter at this sanctuary so they can rebuild their lives. This is incredible VIDEO: http://www.wimp.com/peopleliving/
Have you heard of Earthing?http://www.spiritscienceandmetaphysics.com/earthing-the-most-important-health-discovery-ever/
Is “Earthing” The Most Important Health Discovery Ever?
“Earthing” simply means to physically reconnect with the earth. Walking barefoot, laying in the grass, and hugging a tree are all examples of earthing, and these practices have been gaining significant attention in the medical community due to its surprising influence
This man takes a fun idea and uses it to bring food to the homeless in his neighborhood
Man Dresses Up As A Waiter And Feeds Appreciative Homeless People On The Streets.wimp.com
While DJ Sennett of “Public Prank” usually uploads videos about pranking random people in public, this time the “prank” is simply his disguise….
A Rethink About business
Not Business As Usual (2014)
Not Business As Usual (2014) | Watch Documentary Free Onlinefilmsforaction.org61 minutes | Not Business As Usual is a provocative look at capitalism and its unintended price of success. The film tracks the changing landscape of business with the rising tide of conscious capitalism…
Did you know there’s a vast website where you can get further informed about all the issues presented in the movie, Thrive? Here are some key areas we want to make sure you don’t miss…enjoy!
http://www.thrivemovement.com/tips-exploring-thrive-website Tips for Exploring the THRIVE Website http://www.thrivemovement.com Did you know there’s a vast website where you can get further informed about all the issues presented in the movie, THRIVE? Click on any of the images or links below to explore more.Explore the 12 SectorsExplore critical issues in all sectors of human endeavor and follow your interests.
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Are you mistakenly funding corporate interests you actually oppose?To change the world requires a change in consciousness….all of our consciousness. Combining inner knowing with outer action is the integration that makes real transformation possible.In this week’s blog I offer some tips on how to “follow the money” so that you can track the impact of your actions, and align them with what’s in your heart.
Toward greater peace, inside and out,
shared Greenpeace USA‘s photo. Bryan of Vu ja de Vineyards in Spencer, West Virginia has offered up his two solar powered wells to residents of the 9 counties without clean water right now due to a chemical spill on the Elk River.
The water is clean and drinkable, and powered by clean energy — what could you not like more?
Go to Vu ja de Vineyards to find out how you can get access to this water if you need it, or just go like their page — because they’re awesome!
But as my son pointed out, they are being overly kind in their gift! As people think a well can never go dry but the sad news is they can! If 300,000 people sucked the water out of that well even if it is from an under ground spring and not just ground water. That would wipe it out pretty fast sad to say. It would have to be a mighty big under ground river to supply every one! But their love is felt and Thank You dear ones for the Love!
ANTIGRAVITY FREE ENERGY NOW ! DIY Folks
John taught his wife Nancy how to make Power Cells and lets her teach us how to make our own:)
To help us get off the grid ourselves in doing it by ourselves with these Power Cells that once
activated will continue to run on their own. Thank You, John!
Step by step instructions on how to build a crystal power cell, developed by John Hutchison. FREE ENERGY. Hutchison is in the process of open sourcing ALL his technologies. The METER readings
are in VOLTS and MILLIAMPS. Now that you have the knowledge of how to become FREE:
This glass sphere might revolutionize solar power on Earth The Mind Unleashed on 24 December, 2013 at 19:40 German architect André Broessel, of Rawlemon, has looked into his crystal ball and seen the future of renewable energy. In this case it’s a spherical sun-tracking solar energy-generating globe — essentially a giant glass marble on a robotic steel frame. But this marble is no toy. It concentrates both sunlight and moonlight up to 10,000 times — making its solar harvesting capabilities 35 percent more efficient than conventional dual-axis photovoltaic designs.
André Broessel was a finalist in the World Technology Network Award 2013 with the globe’s design and afterward produced this latest version, called Betaray, which can concentrate diffuse light such as that from a cloudy day.
Let me repeat that. This is 35% more efficient than current solar panels and is able to operate on cloudy days. It concentrates light by 10,000 times.
Courtesy Plates Cynthia Bailey (right) came to St. John’s in 2012 as a homeless mother addicted to drugs and alcohol. Now she works at Plates, is excelling at art, and life is back on track for her and her 12-year-old son. Woman center and right are unidentified. Share this Story Get News Alerts Submit this Story Notes From a Single Mom: Restaurant Serves Inspiration for Homeless MothersLynn Armitage1/12/14In Sacramento, California, there is a very special restaurant called “Plates Café & Catering.” What makes Plates different from other eateries are the people who work there: homeless mothers served by St. John’s Shelter for Women and Children.
Plates is the brainchild of Michelle Steeb, CEO for the shelter, and Bobbin Mulvaney, co-owner of a restaurant and catering company in Sacramento. These enterprising women, who met for the first time over lunch in 2009, shared a similar vision: to help homeless mothers become self-sufficient by training them for jobs in the hospitality business.
“Children and hunger is an important issue to me,” Mulvaney said. “We live in one of the richest agricultural regions in the world and there shouldn’t be a child in our area whose mother is worried that there’s nothing for breakfast tomorrow.”
After visiting a rehabilitative program in San Francisco called Delancey Street, Steeb recognized that training formerly homeless mothers enrolled in St. John’s program to work in a real restaurant would be an important component to helping them provide for their own children eventually.
An unidentified homeless mother working at Plates. (Courtesy Plates) “They are homeless, not helpless,” she said.
Within six months of that initial meeting, Plates Café & Catering opened in an old Army commissary building, where it operates rent-free, thanks to a compassionate landlord who charges only for utilities and maintenance.
True to the founders’ vision, Plates is staffed by women served by St. John’s who clock in an average of 600 to 1,200 hours of training in preparing, cooking and serving breakfast and lunch to patrons, as well as filling orders for catering events, which generates the majority of Plates’ revenues.
Michelle Steeb, Plates CEO (Courtesy Plates) While they don’t earn money during their vocational training, they don’t have many expenses, either. St. John’s provides shelter, meals and child care. And Thunder Valley Casino, owned by the United Auburn Indian Community, offers a free shuttle service to the women. Steeb said these much-needed services remove barriers to steady employment so women can focus on completing the program and finding work in hospitality in order to become self-sufficient someday.
And the program is working wonders. Just ask 46-year-old Cynthia Bailey. In 2012, Bailey came to St. John’s as a homeless mother, addicted to drugs and alcohol. Today, she is clean and sober, and life looks promising. She and her 12-year-old son recently moved into their own apartment, subsidized by the shelter. She is training at Plates as a server and to her great surprise, discovered through art classes at St. John’s that she is a gifted artist.
“I never knew I had this talent,” Bailey said. Her artwork hangs on a wall at Plates, along with works by other women. “This program has given me so many blessings and rewards. It empowers me and I want to keep moving forward.”
Mary Scott, the sous chef at Plates, is another success story. In 2010, she left an abusive relationship in another part of the state where she owned a Mexican restaurant and gas station deli, and moved into St. John’s shelter to start anew.
After taking part in Plates’ six-month vocational training, Scott, who said she felt right at home in the restaurant business, was hired as the sous chef. Now it’s her job to teach other women how to cook and prepare dishes for customers.
Mary Scott, Plates’ sous chef (Courtesy Plates) “This program saved my life. Now I’m self-sufficient, renting a house and saving up to buy a condo in the area,” she said.
Running the daily show at Plates and Plates2Go is General Manager Susan Wagner, who is in her element. Before moving to Sacramento, Wagner managed a chain of five restaurants in the Bay Area. “I have a big passion for this business because food is the celebration of life,” she said.
Managing Plates has been a dream job for this natural-born hostess, who said she fell in love with the women immediately. “To watch the human spirit come back to life is like watering a plant that has wilted,” Wagner said her work with the women of St. John’s is similar to the seeds she plants in her own garden:
“You water them and they’ll grow; you nurture them and they will produce. It feels so great to be in that environment.”
Lynn Armitage has a lot on her plate, too. She is a single mother in Northern California and an enrolled member of the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin.
Thrive is working together with Rythmia, a medically-licensed healing resort in Costa Rica, to explore using the umbrella of their world-class center to help bring new breakthrough healing remedies to the world. Their partnership saves us time, money and trouble, which translates into a shorter lead time before we can get these treatments out to the world.
For more information about this please visit: http://bit.ly/Thrive-Rythmia
We also encourage you to check out Rythmia and see for yourselves the plant-based medicine and whole-being lifestyle support services they currently offer. You can visit online here: http://bit.ly/SeeRythmia or you can give them a call using this number: +1 (844)-263 8340
As Shaishannah stated, this program is Very Expensive and is NOT affordable for most people!! ( See Comments at bottom of post )
I don’t know how you imagine making things available for everyone if you don’t have a sustainable model. The only way something is free is if the real costs are subsidized. A sustainable model where people who can pay do so allows the flow of money to be used to then distribute technologies and services widely and affordably to others who don’t have the resources. Cures are not free, they require that people who can afford them make them available to others. That is the model we are setting up. Kimberly
TheOrganic Matrix 6 hours ago
Healing for the well-off? A tad disappointed to be honest.
Ah Do it the wild foraging / wild herbs / wild food way ….. make a spa bathroom / back yard pond spa ?
Grow your own Organic fruit and vegetables:)
Look into it for a healthy research for doing it all at home, for your own budget costs. Always check at Ann’s Survival Tips, Over at ‘Buffalohair – Jage Ann’s Journals Collection 2’