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New Moon – Setting Intentions

New Moon – Setting Intentions

Have you ever seen the crescent Moon’s ashen glow? Known also as Earthshine, Earthlight, planet-shine and—perhaps most poetically Present Time and Do What Doing When Doing It Following is the outine of a course I facilitate on New Moon – Setting Intentions. It covers...

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  Ginger is a plant that originated from Southeast Asia. Undoubtedly, it is one of the healthiest spices that exist. Scientifically, it belongs to the Zingiberaceae family, which is closely related to cardamom, galangal, and turmeric. The underground part of the...

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JOSHUA TREE – STRANGE DESERT PLANT

JOSHUA TREE – STRANGE DESERT PLANT

First of all, the Joshua Tree is not a tree, although it does look like somewhat like one.  It is a plant in the Yucca family.  It is most common in California and Arizona but is also found in Nevada, Utah, Mexico and the Caribbean. Early Mormon settlers named the...

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Rare Black Diamond Apple

Rare Black Diamond Apple

 The Albanian farmer from Dibra Zija Keshi experimented with the cultivation of Black Diamond apple in May of this year by cultivating just 10 seedlings. The experiment of Keshi with the culmination of the unique Black Diamond Apple has proved successful by bearing...

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Women Defenders Unite to Protect the Amazon

Women Defenders Unite to Protect the Amazon

  "Indigenous women are powerful! Together we can create real change, so it is time we step into that power. Over the last few weeks, we have worked to serve and organize more than 30 communities of six Indigenous nationalities in the Ecuadorian Amazon. We are...

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All Good Things

All Good Things

Living one day at a time and filling it with love and laughter brings all good things!!! ~ pa’ris’ha

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Care About Others

Care About Others

We all really care about others, just keep including more as you come to understand them, and respect we are all different, it’s just natural. Pa'Ris'Ha

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What One Fears One Destroys.

What One Fears One Destroys.

My morning begins with the chorus of chatter of the feathered relations!! And Hawk makes herself very visible and I greet her as usual. She sits on a branch near me, and we study each other. Her eyes piercing and her head doing some sideward look, she makes herself...

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Sustainable Palm Oil Progress

Sustainable Palm Oil Progress

Peru and Columbia are setting an example to stop deforestation in the production of palm oil while companies like Mars plan some sweet improvements in the sourcing of palm oil.  Palm oil is by far the most efficient vegetable oil to grow as it takes less land to...

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